Chinese Cybersecurity Entities Accuse CIA of Orchestrating Color Revolutions Globally

A new report released by China’s National Computer Virus Emergency Response Center and cybersecurity firm 360 alleges that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has been involved in planning and promoting “color revolutions” and unrest across the globe, utilizing advanced technology to influence institutions and individuals.

The report was published exclusively in China’s Global Times.

The CIA is accused of overthrowing or attempting to overthrow at least 50 legitimate governments abroad, causing turmoil in affected countries.

The report claims that instances such as the “color revolution” in Ukraine in 2014, the “sunflower revolution” in Taiwan, and the “saffron revolution” in Myanmar in 2007 are all linked to U.S. intelligence agencies.

Some have alleged that the 2014 Ukraine color revolution was a coup orchestrated by the United States and the European Union (EU) to overthrow the democratically elected President of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovych, claiming that the protesters were paid and trained by Western powers and that the violence was instigated by outside forces.

It’s worth noting that in May 2014, billionaire globalist George Soros told CNN’s Fareed Zakaria that his Open Society Foundations played “an important part in events” taking place in Ukraine at the time.

“One of the things that many people recognized about you was that you, during the revolutions of 1989, funded a lot of dissident activities, civil society groups in Eastern Europe and Poland, the Czech Republic,” Zakaria stated, before asking, “Are you doing similar things in Ukraine?”

Soros replied, “Well, I set up a foundation in Ukraine before Ukraine became independent of Russia. And the foundation has been functioning ever since. And it played a — an important part in events now.”

The color revolution in Ukraine founded the country’s pro-Western stance, apparent now in President Volodymyr Zenensky’s regime.

According to the new Global Times report, America’s technological advantage in telecommunications and on-site command has provided the CIA with unprecedented opportunities to execute its plans for regime change.

Five methods commonly used by the CIA have been disclosed, including providing encrypted network communication services, offline communication services, on-site command tools for rallies, American-developed software called “Riot,” and an “anti-censorship” information system.

The Chinese report also claims that the National Computer Virus Emergency Response Center and cybersecurity firm 360 have discovered Trojan horse programs or plug-ins related to the CIA in recent cyberattacks targeting China.

The public security authorities are currently investigating these cases.

The report urges high vigilance against U.S. intelligence and espionage activities and cyberattacks on other countries.

It also calls for an immediate response to the highly systematic, intelligent, and concealed cyberattacks launched by the CIA against China.

To effectively combat these threats, the report recommends that China adopt self-controllable localized equipment and establish a long-term defense system.

American Faith recently reported how new revelations have emerged suggesting the potential involvement of the CIA and Saudi government in the 9/11 attacks.

An exclusive report by SpyTalk’s Seth Hettena suggests potential involvement of the CIA and Saudi government in the 9/11 attacks, based on allegations from anonymous former FBI agents and interviews with whistleblowers conducted by attorney Vincent Canestraro, who represents a defendant at Guantanamo Bay.

Hettena’s report raises questions about the CIA’s knowledge of the first two hijackers to arrive in the United States and the role of Saudi Arabia in supporting the attackers.