How the West prepares operatives - January, 2012

Although the Anglo-American educational system is regularly ranked amongst the lowest in the developed world, the hype created by the Anglo-American propaganda machine is so powerful that a majority of the sheeple in the world actually look forward to sending their impressionable sheeplets to the Anglo-American world for an "education".

What this situation essentially does is it gives senior policymakers in the Anglo-American world a large pool of "human resources" they can tap into and exploit towards political purposes. This is in fact how they find and prepare their operatives. 

In recent years we have seen many examples of how Western officials use western educated young men and women from places such as Venezuela, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Serbia, Ukraine, Russia and Armenia against their homelands. 

Having a large pool of energetic and ideologically pliant army of western educated young activists is one of their most powerful weapons - after Hollywood and American pop culture, of course. 

For instance: A twenty-something year old from one of Armenia's many slums or backward villages suddenly opens his or her eyes in hustle-and-bustle of London, Paris, New York or Washington... Just imagine their awe, their excitement, their heightened state-of-mind. Imagine what it would be like for a young man or woman from a poor family in Armenia when they are given the opportunity to live and/or study in the western world. Try to put yourselves into their shoes and try to think of what their impressions would be as they walk the beautifully manicured Ivy League university campuses of the most powerful empire the world has known.

Would it be farfetched to think that these young people would be more than willing to emotionally attach themselves to the political system of the land they are so awe struck by, the system that gave them an opportunity to leave their dilapidated towns for the opulence they find themselves in?

After living through Communism and Crony Capitalism, after experiencing firsthand Armenia's severe growing pains, after suffering impoverishment or unemployment, after growing up listening to the ubiquitous anti-Armenia hate-speech of all the grownups around them... of course these impressionable, naive and psychologically vulnerable individuals will be in total awe of the seemingly magnificent political system of the Western world.

A common thought going through their minds would be: "Why don't we have this kind of life back in our backward and/or Asiatic and/or primitive homeland?"

Therefore, by willingly and enthusiastically latching themselves onto the Western system of things, they consciously tell themselves that they are trying to bring western "values" to their underdeveloped homeland. Subconsciously, however, they are simply happy to have the opportunity to have a job, an education and some self-worth, all of which they lacked back in their homeland. 

This type of superficial, shallow and shortsighted (yet utterly human) thinking lies at the very root of a natural psychological process that takes young men and women down the path to assimilation (a best case scenario) or treason (a worst case scenario).

These young adults wittingly and unwittingly become the "human resources" that Western powers then exploit towards self-serving political purposes. 

The aforementioned natural process of turning simple, poor folk from Armenia into enthusiastic activists for the political West can of course be applied to all nations on earth today; perhaps with the notable exception being the fortress state of North Korea. Even the world's second largest economy, China, is not immune. A recent survey conducted in China suggested that a majority of China's wealthy prefer sending their children to the United States for an education.

Simply put, millions of young men and women are given the opportunity to study (i.e. get brainwashed) in Western institutions; and a select few amongst them get recruited to become active operatives for Western governments. Therefore, keep this in mind next time you watch a western educated Arab, Russian, Iranian or Armenian publicly criticizing and/or attacking their homelands.

The quality of education in the Anglo-American world's "Ivy League" universities is in no way superior to their counterparts around the world. It can be argued, for instance, that generally speaking students in Germany, France, Japan, China or Russia receive better college educations.

However, what sets Western universities apart from their counterparts around the world is the priceless value of - networking - that students get to do in "elite" Ivy League educational institutions such as Oxford, Cambridge, Yale or Harvard. These are the magnificent campuses where sons and daughters of kings and queens, presidents and prime ministers, tyrants and dictators, oligarchs and business tycoons meet and mingle, and often times make friendships that lasts a lifetime. These are also the ideal environments where Western intelligence operatives freely roam looking for prospects.

January, 2012


Opportunity of one-year free education in Great Britain for Armenian students

The British Embassy Yerevan is offering Chevening Scholarships, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and administered by the British Council. Press service of the British Council told Armenpress that these cover the costs of study (including living expenses and international flights) in the United Kingdom for 12 months. They are awarded on a competitive basis for Master's degree programme in the fields of: conflict prevention and resolution; development of the public sector to meet EU and other international standards; strengthening free/unbiased media.

Applicants must have the potential to rise to positions of leadership and influence. They will need to demonstrate that they possess the personal, intellectual and interpersonal attributes reflecting this potential. Although the scholars must meet the academic requirements for their courses of study, academic excellence is not the determining selection criterion for the scholarship. The criteria for suitability are: applicants should ideally be aged 25-35 but applications from all ages are welcome, should already hold a higher education diploma, hold a higher education diploma, should have at least two years work experience in their selected field of study, have an adequate standard of English, and should be committed to return to Armenia and contribute to the development of the country. All applications must be made on-line. Deadline for submitting applications is 23 January 2


Britain's Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Who should apply?

Applicants should be:
  • Motivated to make a career that will take them to positions of leadership in their own country within ten years of their scholarship
  • Able to use their studies and experience in the UK to benefit themselves, their countries and the UK
  • Natural influencers and talented communicators, with energy and ambition
  • People who value networking and who can demonstrate the value of networks to their studies, and to bringing about change on a global level
  • Intelligent, with demonstrable academic potential
  • Strong characters with integrity, drive, and the ability to self manage and work independently

U.K. Has Record Influx of Immigrants

Migration into Britain last year hit its highest rate since record-keeping began in 1964, a blow to Prime Minister David Cameron's promise to curb an unprecedented immigration wave. Migration—defined as the difference between the total number of people who enter and exit the country to live—hit 252,000 in 2010, an increase of almost 15% over 2009, according to the Office for National Statistics. Government statisticians said they believe this is most likely the highest level of migration ever into Britain. The number was driven by a 591,000 increase in immigration and declining emigration, which fell to 339,000, its lowest level since 2001.

Since coming to power in May 2010 in a coalition government, Mr. Cameron's Conservative Party has promoted an annual cap of 20,700 visas for non-European Union workers; promised a clampdown on immigrants bringing families into the country; and cut the amount of colleges allowed to recruit foreign students.

Thursday's figures show, though, that education was the most common reason stated for immigration to the U.K, with 238,000 people having arrived to study in Britain in 2010, compared with 211,000 in 2009.

Mr. Cameron faces a tricky balancing act between satisfying concerns among the wider population and British businesses who say stricter controls are stopping them from hiring foreign workers with key skills, which they say exacerbates the economy's troubles. Foreign students are also a big earner for British educational institutions and had for many years been targeted as an area of economic growth by British ministers.

Immigration Minister Damian Green said immigration has been coming down since it hit a peak in September 2010, but said a lot more work needed to be done. He promised to bring net migration down from the hundreds of thousands to the tens of thousands over the course of this Parliament, which will end by 2015. While the U.K. doesn't have the same history of far-right political agitation over immigration that many European countries have, the subject has played an increasing role in voting behavior. Labour lawmakers say immigration was a big factor in their loss in last year's elections.

The issue has climbed national agendas across Europe after a decade-long burst of immigration led to fears of home-grown terrorism and the erosion of local culture. Also, the recession has increased unemployment, stirring resentment over extra competition for work. The U.K.'s unemployment rate is currently 8.3%, lower than most other major economies, which means fewer people are moving out of Britain for work reasons, according to the ONS.

The numbers underscore how a globalized economy like Britain faces a struggle to control immigration. The U.K. has no control over immigration from the European Union given open-border agreements with its members. Still, despite Mr. Cameron's promise to cut down on immigration from outside the EU, more than three-quarters of immigrants into Britain came from the rest of the world. Almost half of new entrants came from the Indian subcontinent, which includes India and Pakistan.


Armenia First in Region in Winning US Green Cards

A total of 1,200 entrants from Armenia have won US Green Card Lottery 2011. And in the 2012 Lottery, the number of winners from Armenia is close to one thousand, US Consul to Armenia Robert Farquhar stated, during a press conference on Thursday, adding that with this indicator Armenia is the clear leader in the region. Farquhar also informed that in 2011 the number of Green Card Lottery winners was around 700 in Georgia, and 350 in Azerbaijan. Also, 2,400 people became Green Card winners in Russia. Green Card Lottery 2013 started on October 4 and it continues until November 5. Every year around 55 thousand Green Cards are played in this lottery, RFE/RL reported.


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