Again, a organisation which could easily work for some other foreign interests.
Its a revolt against a corrupt and power-mongering system, by young, frustrated, moderate and educated people.
Same was in Eastern Europe. Oops.
When people claim that someone can flawlessly puppeteer such a rebellion, they are going beyond rational explanations and into conspiracies. And conspiracies of that scope are nothing more than irrational secular superstitions.
You could in theory say that these rebellions are partially caused by the rise in food and fuel costs, which probably are caused by the recession, which was caused by the American bank Lehman Brothers bankruptcy back in 08. So if you can find proof that the Lehman Brothers are earning billions on this revolution: wooo.... conspiracy
First of all, with all honesty, these are what we Romanians call "lovilutions", which means a coup with popular support. Think a bit, for 30 years nothing happened, and out of a sudden "democracy is coming! YAY!" thing. Its just too sudden. It doesn't make sense. Its economic, military interest for the regions.
I'm going to be frank with you: I come from a former Warsaw Pact country, and believe me, here NO ONE believes that there was a revolution(maybe people who are too far away from the major cities, or too poor, etc.) and seriously, an average Romanian will tell you that all that fall of the bloc wasn't a 100% democratic thing, the regimes could've lasted a lot more. But the USSR couldn't support these countries economically. That's why they left them to the West.
Right now it seems that the US is weak(just like the Gorbachov period) and it seems that they will leave this countries to the Russians(Iran-like interest. Think of Islamic republics, which will be under Russian influence).