Color Revolutions in the Post-Soviet Space: A Conversation with Johnny Vedmore
NGOs and philosophy galore
This story is about my conversation with Johnny Vedmore. It is my third conversation with Johnny, the first two can be found here (Klaus Schwab’s lineage and alphabet connections) and here (Johnny’s life at large).
Johnny is an investigative journalist from God, he has a real gift for it. He is also a very kind soul and a friend.
In this third conversation, we talked about Johnny’s research into the history of color revolutions in the post-Soviet space (starts at about 1:03:55). We also talked about language, the role of “information” in our lives, and how “information” is most useful to us when it stimulates our independent thinking and guides our philosophical choices.
It was a fun and meaningful interview, I hope you enjoy it, too!
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