America’s “Challah Queen,” Victoria Nuland, the Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, is at it again with Macedonian media reporting that she was at the center of an attempted “color revolution” coup against Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski’s government.
Nuland and her signature challah bread offerings to protesters at Kiev’s Maidan Square, who eventually overthrew the Ukrainian government of President Viktor Yanukovych, are testament to America’s deep involvement in unconstitutional government changes in eastern and central Europe. In keeping with the George Soros/Gene Sharp “themed revolution” model, the Ukrainian putsch could be called the “Challah Revolution.”
But in Macedonia, Nuland and her co-conspirators have engaged in a very nasty sort of attempted coup, one that charges the current government with carrying out the type of communications eavesdropping of which the U.S. National Security Agency subjects Macedonia and the rest of Europe to on a daily basis.
This time, Nuland has been charged by Macedonian intelligence with conspiring with the leader of the opposition, Zoran Zaev of the Soros-supported Macedonian Social Democratic Party (SDSM), and his deputy, Radmila Sekerinska, to foment a themed revolution against Gruevksi’s right-of-center VMRO-DPMNE government. Gruevksi, unlike many U.S.-installed and -influenced governments of the region has been reluctant to apply sanctions against Russia over Ukraine. That stance has earned the government in Skopje the enmity of the Obama administration and most notably, Nuland, whose husband Robert Kagan is a leading neoconservative war hawk who helps craft the bellicose lines of senators like John McCain and Lindsey Graham.
In response to Zaev’s charge that Gruevski wiretapped 20,000 Macedonians, including taping phone calls between Zaev and his daughter, the Macedonian government charged that it was Zaev and his associates, working with a foreign intelligence agency believed to be the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), to overthrow Gruevski’s government. Zaev was ordered to turn in his passport as a flight risk. Others, in addition to Zaev, accused of working with the CIA to oust Gruevski include Zaev’s associates Sonja Verusevska and Branko Palifrov, and the former director of the Office of Security and Counter-intelligence (DBK), Zoran Verusevski. Gruevski charged that Zaev threatened to disclose sensitive information about his government provided to the SDSM by the CIA, referred to as “the bomb” in the Macedonian media, unless Gruevski appointed a caretaker government that would lead to early parliamentary elections. Gruevski has called Zaev’s gambit nothing more than blackmail pressure in order that a snap election be called.
The foul-mouthed Nuland met on the side of the 51st Munich Security Conference with Macedonian Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki and President Gjorge Ivanov to express her displeasure at Gruevski’s insurrection charges against her friend Zaev and his SDSM co-conspirators. Earlier, Nuland had offered to mediate a long-standing dispute between Greece and Macedonia over the latter’s use of the name Macedonia, which some Greeks consider to be a solely Greek name. Macedonian observers viewed Nuland’s interest in the name dispute to be a trap that would enable a pro-U.S. government, along with the Zionist and global banker baggage that comes with any such “themed” coup d’état, to seize power in Skopje, similar to what happened in Kiev in early 2014.
Nuland and her co-conspirators in Skopje are alarmed over the speed at which the Macedonian security services rounded up the coup plotters. Macedonian police, in raids conducted in Skopje and Veles, seized five laptop computers, three desktop computers, 19 mobile phones, 100 CDs and DVDs, 17 hard disks, and 9 savings deposit books used by the coup plotters, including a number linked to Soros-financed NGOs. The bank accounts of the plotters reportedly were flush with healthy cash deposits from the CIA as the date of the planned coup approached.
Previously published in the Wayne Madsen Report.
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