Glad you're not happy with it. You get people who say this every time there's any kind of attempted or actual revolution, protest movement or whatever in oppressive countries with governments that are not on good terms with the USA. I think it's an extension of "my enemy's enemy is my fried" to "my enemy's enemy's enemy must also be my enemy".
It's deeply racist, too, since it rests on an assumption that white Westerners are the only people in the world with political agency.
Well this is what I was trying to talk about yesterday. Trying to steer between this dumb binary of on the one hand considering all these events as illegitimate due to the involvement of outside powers as eg USA or Soros or on the other hand saying that anyone who sees these events as anything other than the spontaneous expression of the will of the people is RACIST.