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18 Jun, 2009 08:51

Iran protests: breeding ground for new revolution?

The West may take advantage of mass protests in Iran following the re-election of President Ahmadinejad to organize a ‘green’ revolution similar to color revolutions in former Soviet states, says journalist Wayne Madsen.

“What may have been a mass protest without foreign interference may now be subsidized by people like George Soros. We are talking about yet another themed revolution – in this case, a green revolution,” Madsen told RT.