November 10-11, 2016 -- Soros's "Purple Revolution" brewing for Trump presidency

publication date: Nov 10, 2016
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November 10-11, 2016 -- Soros's "Purple Revolution" brewing for Trump presidency

George Soros and his Sorosite minions wasted no time in launching their "color revolution" for the United States. Ironically, it is the United States that championed Soros's "color revolutions" in Ukraine (twice), Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Iran, China, and countries in the Middle East and North Africa. Now, thanks to the billionaire hedge fund tycoon, a color revolution is being launched on the streets of the United States.

Anytime globalist politicians embrace a color, be on guard for a revolution bearing that particular hue. On the day after the election that propelled Donald Trump into the White House, Hillary and Bill Clinton entered the ballroom of the "Moonie" Unification Church-owned New Yorker hotel in midtown Manhattan adorned in the color purple. Mrs. Clinton wore a pant suit with purple lapels and a purple blouse, while Bill Clinton wore a purple tie. Journalists were told that the color represented the "coming" together of "blue" and "red" America into a united "purple" nation.

No sooner had Trump been declared the 45th president of the United States, George Soros-funded political operations launched America's "Purple Revolution" to protest the incoming Trump administration. The swiftness of the Purple Revolution was reminiscent of the speed at which protesters hit the streets of Kiev, the Ukrainian capital, in two Orange Revolutions sponsored by Soros, one in 2004 and the other, ten years later, in 2014.

Hillary and Bill Clinton launch George Soros's Purple Revolution from the Moonie-owned New Yorker in Manhattan.

Purple was one of the three colors of the women's suffrage movement but it has also been embraced by the modern gay rights movement. Purple continues to be the color of the women's movement and it had also been adopted by Planned Parenthood. However, purple is also best known as the color of royalty, something that is not lost on those who feared a Hillary Clinton presidency would continue to advance hereditary politics in the United States. Purple was also the color used by the globalists in Iraq in 2005 to champion the Western-imposed occupation government of that nation. It was also used by the political campaign of Calgary's first Muslim mayor, Naheed Nenshi. Purple Revolutions, therefore, are deeply rooted in Soros policies and operational tactics.

As the Clintons were embracing the color purple, street demonstrations coordinated by the Soros-funded and following the script for themed revolutions developed by the grandmaster of street coups, Gene Sharp, broke out in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Oakland, Nashville, Cleveland, Washington, Austin, Seattle, Philadelphia, Richmond, St. Paul, Kansas City, Omaha, San Francisco, and some 200 other cities across the United States. A signature themed-revolution puppet made from paper-maché -- a Soros specialty -- and depicting Trump's head was burned in Los Angeles. Protesters impeded traffic on the 101 freeway in Los Angeles, while other protesters blocked Chicago's Lake Shore Drive, Philly's Broad Street, and Oakland's state highway 24. Protests turned violent in Oakland when protesters vandalized a number of downtown businesses. Five people were shot, with one critically-wounded, near a protest in downtown Seattle. Police said the shooting "did not appear" to be connected to the protests.

The Sharp script calls for celebrities to lead the way for themed revolutions. America's Purple Revolution saw its share of anti-Trump celebrities taking action. Hillary Clinton supporter Lady Gaga protested in front of the Trump Tower in Manhattan with other demonstrators while Katy Perry took to Twitter to tweet out, "THE REVOLUTION IS COMING."

The anti-Vladimir Putin and Soros-financed Russian singing group "Pussy Riot" has  released on YouTube an anti-Trump music video titled "Make America Great Again." The video portrays a Trump presidency. Caution, the video is gratuitously violent and vulgar. Following the Gene Sharp script to a tee, Pussy Riot member
Nadya Tolokonnikova called for anti-Trump Americans to turn their anger into art, particularly music and visual art. The use of political graffiti is a popular Sharp tactic.

The populist movement has also used the color purple as a political device. The UK Independence Party (UKIP), which supported Trump's candidacy, called the Brexit referendum the "purple revolution." However, when it comes to themed revolutions, the Sorosites have refined the art to a science.

While Mrs. Clinton called for uniting the nation in her concession speech, Soros's minions took the streets in protests, some turning violent, across the United States. Clinton, who received millions of dollars in campaign contributions from Soros, showed her real intentions by signaling the start of Soros's Purple Revolution in the United States.

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