A counter-revolution is just as bad as the regular kind, and due to the fact that the CIA's records are mostly declassified, including the counter-coup in Chile. The KGB backed groups will normally fair better in the eyes of the world because the only way to get to KGB is to break into the Moscow Archives, which has an entire army division guarding it. good luck.
In most cases I think it is safe to say that a revolution is bad. Not all, but most.
Did you know the KGB had a pistol that was completely silent and made it appear that you had been shot at 400 meters?
The KGB is, and always will be shrouded in mystery, They launched revolutions and preformed assassinations on a unprecedented level. We will never know how many "popular" uprisings were orchastrated by KGB operatives.