Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Egypt riots, Self immolation in Saudi Arabia still barely the beginning: Food wars coming to a country near you!
People vs Police State: Revolution rage to spread after Tunisia? Yes!
The violent economic and food riots in Tunisia and Algeria show just how quickly things can change. Just a few months ago, these two northern Africa nations were considered to be very stable, very peaceful and without any major problems. Now protesters are openly squaring off with police in the streets. Many of the protesters are resorting to throwing "fire bombs" or are shooting fireworks at the authorities, and the police are responding with a tremendous amount of violence themselves.
Self immolation in Saudi Arabia still barely the beginning
Egypt protests: Eyewitness accounts
In Algeria, several protesters have been killed by police and several others have actually set themselves on fire to protest the economic conditions. In Tunisia, more than 100 people have been killed and the president of that country actually had to flee for his life. As we discussed numerous times in this economic disaster it is the poor and the poor nations that will feel it and go down first. That is Africa, the middle east, and I am sorry to say yes the Muslims and they are vulnerable to the Islamists and their empty promises.
I started discussing the growing food wars and the water wars a couple years back. Wait until they go through the poorer countries and hit us! Food Riots 2011
Growing water wars and food wars 4/12/08
world wide water wars 1/24/08
Tunisian events likely to spark wider Arab reforms, but not revolutions Yes, Revolutions and it's long been a given. Egypt alone has had food riots for years.
CAIRO - Kuwaiti foreign minister says the Arab world is witnessing an "unprecedented political mobilization," in reference to the expected secession of south Sudan and the uprising in Tunisia that led to removal of a longtime authoritarian ruler. Kuwait FM: Arab world witnessing 'unprecedented political mobilization'
African nations, the Middle East, they are all in trouble as in environments like this the down trodden and poor nations are the first to go down. It is no coincidence that they happen to be Muslim and the Islamists will capitalize off this but it will not lead to more jobs food and a better life. It will lead to a stricter harsher life period!
Sudanese security officers arrested Islamist opposition leader Hassan al-Turabi from his Khartoum home early on Tuesday just hours after he warned in an AFP interview of a Tunisia-style uprising. Sudanese security officers arrested Islamist opposition leader Hassan al-Turabi from his Khartoum home early on Tuesday just hours after he warned in an AFP interview of a Tunisia-style uprising. The Islamists will take advantage and create dissention everywhere they can. This may have started on 9/11 2001 but it is really still just beginning to take shape. Someone else will take his place!