United States Agency for International Development

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The United States Agency for International Development is an agency of the United States government that is allegedly in charge of the nation's international humanitarian programs.[2] Its public relations cover is to provide “international development.” According to Kurt Nimo this is code for fomenting regime change and undermining elected governments not on-script with the neoliberal agenda.[3] The agency is basically a cutout for CIA activity, including overthrowing foreign governments by providing money to opposition groups. It was created in 1961. While an independent federal agency, it works closely with the United States Department of State and is under the authority of the Secretary of State.[2] In January 2021, unindicted war criminal Samantha Power was nominated by the Biden junta to be the head of USAID.

U.S. taxpayer money supported controversial gain-of-function vaccine research with Chinese scientists through the National Institutes of Health] (NIH) and USAID. In 2021 USAID funded (to the tune of $39 million) EcoHealth Alliance, a group studying emerging viruses. President Trump shut down the operation after it was revealed it collaborated with the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Ecohealth Alliance funded “gain of function” experiments.

According to U.S. diplomatic cables from the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, China, published by the Washington Post in July 2021, the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) took 11 years to build the highest level biosafety lab, level 4, to research “among the most virulent viruses that pose a high risk of aerosolized person to person transmission.” Construction was finished Jan. 31, 2015 and the lab was accredited by the Chinese in Feb. 2017. The cables, dated Jan. 19, 2018, the year before the Covid-19 outbreak, found, “The new lab has a serious shortage of appropriately trained technicians and investigators needed to safely operate this high-containment laboratory.” According to the cables, the Wuhan lab “has scientific collaborations” with the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston— supported by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), which is led by Anthony Fauci. Further, according to the cables, Fauci’s institute and USAID had supported a five year study (2017) on bat coronaviruses with the Chinese scientists from the Wuhan lab and Peter Daszak of EcoHealth Alliance.[4]

Color Revolutions

USAID is at the forefront of numerous color revolutions. “Wherever a coup d’etat, a colored revolution or a regime change favorable to US interests occurs, USAID and its flow of dollars is there,” writes Eva Golinger, a Venezuelan-American lawyer, writer, and journalist.[5]

The recipe is always the same. Student and youth movements lead the way with a fresh face, attracting others to join in as though it were the fashion, the cool thing to do. There's always a logo, a color, a marketing strategy. In Serbia, the group OTPOR, which led the overthrow of Slobodan Milosevic, hit the streets with t-shirts, posters and flags boasting a fist in black and white, their symbol of resistance. In Ukraine, the logo remained the same, but the color changed to orange. In the Republic of Georgia, it was a rose-colored fist, and in Venezuela, instead of the closed fist, the hands are open, in black and white, to add a little variety. Golinger adds, “The same agencies are always present, funding, training and advising: USAID, NED, IRI, NDI, Freedom House, AEI and ICNC.”

As of the spring of 2023 the pattern is now being repeated on the streets of Tbilisi, Georgia. In 2020, according to NATO,

USAID/Georgia launched a new Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) to guide its assistance to Georgia through 2025. Under the new strategy, USAID will strategically partner with Georgia on its journey to self-reliance, helping advance its Euro-Atlantic integration and strengthen its resilience to malign influence.


In 1966 USAID established the Office of Population. The first director was Reimert Thorolf Ravenholt. “He would hold the post until 1979, using it to create a global empire of interlocking population control organizations operating with billion-dollar budgets to suppress the existence of people considered undesirable by the U.S. Department of State,” wrote Robert Zurbin for The New Atlantis.[6] “Ravenholt also had no compunction about buying up huge quantities of unproven, unapproved, defective, or banned contraceptive drugs and intrauterine devices (IUDs) and distributing them for use by his population control movement subcontractors on millions of unsuspecting Third World women, many of whom suffered or died in consequence.”

USAID’s Office of Public Safety (OPS) was shut down in 1974 after Sen. James Abourezk of South Carolina disclosed OPS was involved in training Latin American police to torture activists. The public cover for OPS was to end corruption and promote professionalism. In reality, it was a CIA proxy.[7]


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