Special Agent Sexton Tried Out “Colour Revolution” Technologies in Serbia Under the Order of Hillary Clinton

The head of the security service of the American Embassy in Russia Stephen Sexton successfully worked under the leadership of Hillary Clinton and has had high-ranking patrons for a long time. Such details were found out within the framework of an investigation carried out by the Federal News Agency concerning the interference of the US State Department in Russian elections.

How the special agent Sexton ended up in Russia

For more than 15 years the special agent of the American intelligence agencies Stephen Sexton has been sent to the embassies of different countries around the world, where by a very strange coincidence there are mass riots and colour revolutions in which the handwriting of Washington is clearly visible. Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Serbia, Iraq, South Korea, South Sudan — Sexton worked in these countries before his appointment to Moscow. What is noteworthy is that everywhere he headed the Regional Security Office (RSO) of the US Embassy.

According to the historian of intelligence agencies and retired FSB Major General Valery Malevany, the RSO is actually an illegal residency of the CIA. In addition to the officially declared security of American diplomatic missions, its functions include controlling funds allocated by the US through gray channels. In fact, the head of the bureau controls the process of spending money on colour revolutions in different countries around the world.

At the same time, the head of the RSO is directly subordinate to the First Secretary of the US Embassy, i.e., a legal resident. In reality, even the US Embassy itself does not know who Sexton is directly subordinated to.

“It is quite possible that he was transferred to the Russian Federation because our counterintelligence is highly professional, and therefore it is opposed by a specialist who has a successful track record of carrying out colour revolutions and anti-government information wars in different countries,” explains Malevany concerning Sexton’s appointment to Russia.

As the Federal News Agency found out, during the period of mass disorder in Moscow Sexton at least twice visited the office of the “Anti-Corruption Foundation” (ACF) recognised as a foreign agent. This happened before the searches that were carried out in relation to the case of the ACF laundering one billion rubles.

According to the the Federal News Agency’s source in the ACF, Sexton instructed its employees how to behave during the illegal actions in Moscow. In addition, it is possible that he carried out an audit and covered up the tracks of the money allocated by the US for a revolution in Russia.

In this part of the investigation we will focus in more detail on Sexton’s activity in Serbia, where he was appointed as a result of an agreement between the US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the leadership of the self-proclaimed (and in fact taken from Belgrade by NATO forces) Kosovo.

Sexton goes to Serbia under the instruction of Clinton

The beginning of the 2000s was noted by the most powerful influence of the US worldwide. One of the important points on the map of Europe where the State Department was most active was the Balkans, which survived the fragmentation of Yugoslavia into many formally independent states. Almost on a daily basis the White House at a high level influenced in the most active way the domestic and foreign policy of Serbia, having concentrated its best experts in the Belgrade embassy.

The Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in 2010 personally came to Serbia, where she met the president Boris Tadic. Then she went to the self-proclaimed Republic of Kosovo, where she held negotiations with the Prime Minister Hashim Thaçi and promised him every support from the US. This support, apparently, was expressed in the strong strengthening of the Belgrade US Embassy with the high quality staff of the State Department. In the summer of 2011 the special agent “on special security issues” Stephen Sexton appeared there.

At the end of July 2011 the situation in Kosovo became aggravated. On July 25th the Kosovan police tried to take two border crossings, but met active counteraction from the Serbian population. As a result only one point was taken, it was succeeded to hold on to the second thanks to barricades. A day later NATO (KFOR, the international forces under the leadership of NATO) were sent to the region to defeat Serb fortifications. Serbs armed with stones actually resisted the army of NATO, while in parallel the authorities of Serbia condemned the “attacks on KFOR” and made statements about the inadmissibility of such acts.

On August 1st NATO started clearing the Serb fortifications in Kosovo, but before this, as the Federal News Agency found out, the US, through the parliament of Serbia, adjusted the position of Belgrade in favour of the course the US needed. And Stephen Sexton, who during this period already worked at the US Embassy in Serbia, was one of the first to receive a detailed report along with Hillary Clinton.

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The American lobby for a NATO military operation against Serbs in Belgrade

As it became clear from the correspondence of Clinton published on the WikiLeaks website, representatives of the American administration literally sat at sessions of the Serbian parliament and sent out their reports on the progress of government decisions.

As the Assistant Secretary for the Balkans Thomas Countryman said on July 29th 2011, in one of the letters sent to the assistant to the Secretary of State Huma Abedin, an extraordinary session was convened in the Serbian parliament on the issue of numerous violations of the rights of the Serbian population committed by the “international forces”. This concerns the forceful dispersal of the Serbs living in Kosovo by NATO forces.

It follows from the letter that the Director of the US State Department office for Southern and Central Europe Matthew Palmer reported to Countryman that one of the “friendly deputies” of the assembly transferred to his employee a copy of the final text of amendments even before the vote. Was that State Department person in Parliament special agent Stephen Sexton himself? Today we are unlikely to find out. But the fact that he had a direct bearing on the promotion of decisions, beneficial to the US, is a completely indisputable fact. The name of Sexton is mentioned among one of the addressees who the director Palmer sent the report to.

In addition to the head of security of the U.S. Embassy in Belgrade Stephen Sexton, the letter was also addressed to other high-ranking State Department staff. Among them it is possible to see the US Ambassador in Serbia Mary Warlick, the deputy assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian affairs Tina Kaidanow, the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs Alexander Vershbow, and many others.

“The key point for us in the Declaration is that the GOS has walked back a half-step from the specific accusation that international forces in Kosovo were violating UNSCR 1244 and endangering the survival of the Serb population. The draft version slated for adoption notes that “certain international missions deployed in Kosovo based on decisions or authorization of the UN, with some of their activities, are violating the status-neutral framework mandated by the (UNSC) Resolution 1244 and supporting acts, thus endangering the rights and the survival of the Serb population and the interests of Serbia in the province”.

It was important for State Department that the criticism of deputies during a discussion in parliament was aimed at the government of Serbia, and not the United States, international community, EU, or NATO.

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“None of the speakers from the government mentioned the United States by name,” stated Palmer with satisfaction.

“We will continue to monitor the debate and apprise those copied on this message of any new developments,” wrote Palmer in the report. “It is possible that President Tadic will speak at the end of the debate and we will report on his comments (if any) early Sunday am Belgrade time.”

The letter, we will remind, was dated for July 29th. And on August 1st NATO started clearing the Serb barricades, and Belgrade ceded control over the border crossings to the “international forces”.

As it turns out from the subsequent correspondence of Clinton, the State Department wanted to hear a report from the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia Vuk Jeremic or the president Tadic on how they implement the “agreements” with the US. As a result, an agreement during such a phone call between Clinton and Tadic was reached.

“Colour” team for promoting US interests

In general, it is necessary to stress that all, without exception, “behind the scenes” participants of this extraordinary parliamentary session in the Serbian parliament are themselves the most experienced political strategists of various “colour revolutions”. For example, the former US Ambassador not strongly known to ordinary people in Kosovo Tina Kaidanow, holding under Trump the post of the Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs, plentifully left his mark on Armenia, Georgia, and other countries of the post-Soviet space. Should we be surprised after the ongoing Russophobic attacks and constant “revolutions” in these countries?

In 2017 Kaidanow also came to Ukraine. Back then the representative of State Department said that “Ukraine was and remains a priority on the agenda of the US Administration”, noted the importance of continuing to pursue internal reforms and the invariance of the US’ firm support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine, and also promised military aid from the US. Soon this “military aid” in the form of PSRL launchers would be widely used by the “Azov” battalion East of Mariupol.

Another colleague of the special agent Sexton who was closely working with him is the already mentioned Alexander Vershbow. Unlike Kaidanow or Sexton, Vershbow is well-known in Russia. Vershbow held the position of the US Ambassador in the Russian Federation in the first half of the 2000s, then became the ambassador in South Korea, and in 2012 became the Deputy NATO Secretary General. Vershbow openly calls Russia a military and political opponent and is a staunch supporter of sanctions.

As for Thomas Countryman, Clinton highly appreciated his efforts for the establishment of a pro-American government in Serbia and requested a promotion for him from president Obama. At the end of September 2011 the Senate approved Countryman as the Assistant Secretary of State for International Security, and there are all grounds to consider that Sexton played a positive role in promoting this high-ranking American diplomat. Perhaps it is precisely Countryman who was the informal supervisor of Sexton in the State Department, since Patrick Kennedy, the official head of the department for managing the Regional Security Office, was completely excluded from these sensitive issues and was not mentioned in the correspondence.

Why the State Department organised gay parades in Serbia

This is only one striking example of those foreign policy tasks designed to establish and maintain a loyal pro-American government that the special agent Sexton actively participated in. The other activities of the State Department in Serbia were no less destructive. The Regional Security Office (RSO) of the US Embassy headed by Sexton actively worked not only with Serbian politicians, but also with civil activists, “protest electorate”, and sexual minorities.

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The organisation of so-called “pride parades” is the favourite method of the State Department. In Washington new ways of using people with a non-standard sexual orientation are constantly being studied, and special groups for LGBT community issues operate. In one of the photos from a meeting of this working group in August 2016 Stephen Sexton was captioned for the first time on the website of State Department. Thanks to this we were able to understand what this secret special agent looks like.

Literally a few months after the emergency meeting in the Serbian parliament described above, the holding of another gay parade was planned in Belgrade with the personal support of the US Ambassador in Serbia Mary Warlick, who participated in correspondence with Clinton.

Ambassador Warlick has participated in a Belgrade gay parade in the past too. Thus, in 2010 she headed a column of 400 LGBT activists completely openly. Together with her there were the head of the EU delegation in Serbia, the ambassador of the Netherlands, the deputy ambassador of Germany, and diplomats from Austria, Spain, Sweden, and Great Britain. Back then the police barely managed to restrain several thousand indignant Serbs who tried to disperse the procession.

Sexton, on behalf of his unit, posted on the website of the embassy an announcement of the event, in which instructions for the actual organisation of mass disorder were presented in a very veiled manner. From the abstract “warning” to American citizens in Belgrade posted on the website of the US Embassy it was possible to learn the exact time of the beginning of the action, where the police cordons will be, and where it would be more convenient to gather for those who were going to attack the “sexual opposition”.

However, because the really heated situation in the city threatened to develop into the most brutal clashes with the police and the loss of human life, the authorities of Belgrade, despite the objections of the US diplomatic mission, cancelled the gay parade at the latest moment.

The US Embassy repeated this manoeuvre in the summer of 2019 in Moscow when it published on social networks the detailed route of an illegal rally with an appeal at the end to avoid the procession. “But, as we understand, 90% of the information just urged people to be involved in this event,” commented the Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Maria Zakharova concerning the activity of the US Embassy.

Clinton’s “revenge” against Russia for her failure in the US election

As we can see, the special agent Sexton possesses all the necessary technologies for the purpose of fully destabilising society. It is quite logical to assume that, having worked for many years under the leadership of such odious American politicians as Vershbow or Clinton, Stephen Sexton continues to promote their aggressive anti-Russian line. Most likely, Hillary Clinton wasn’t able to accept her shameful loss to Trump in the 2016 US presidential election, and lays the “blame” for her failure on Russia. Now she can use any tool that is available in her arsenal, including financing Russian “oppositionists” and organising mass disorder as her “revenge” against Russia and a demonstration of force.


Igor Lukyanov

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