Friday, March 25, 2011

brief hypotenuse of Arab spring events to come

So been watching the events lately cause i have and here is a rundown of things that may come to be from all of this freedom.

  1. Yemen: it appears this thirsty desert nation maybe the next to fall. With there longtime strongman saying he is willing to leave as long as country is in safe hands.which is eerily similar to what a one Hosni Mubarak said three days before stepping down. what is next for the country is anyones guess lets hope they invest in science and mathematics.
  2. Syria: the Syrian government brutally crackdown on protesters in this country crossing the proverbial line I don't see this turning out well for the Syrians .There is no going back after today since government forces killed folks in Deraa. this may not end good for the freedom loving Syrians and may lead to a Libyan type affair. complicated by the fact Syria has strong relations with Iran it is very doubtful we will see any "humanitarian Intervention" 
  3. Libya:  entering into the 6 or 7 day of bombing from the result of the  U.N resolution allowing countries(mainly western) to "protect the citizens" with cruise missiles and tomahawks.oh and Qatar has became the first Arab country flying combat mission over Libya.
  4. The Palestinian - Israel: fighting continues to escalate! as Israel losing along time ally in Egypt to chaos of freedom and american defense secretary visits the "territories" marking a historical first. oh just heard Israel threatens to use great force against Gaza.
  5. Jordan: a protector has died in clashes with security forces today .... will his death be in vain or will freedom win here as well. 
  6. Bahrain: more clashes there as security forces fire tear gas and fought with freedom loving Arabs. reports say at least one more dead in Bahrain. this here leads me to wonder if Iran can maybe drum up a international coalition to protect the Bahrain citizens
  7. Saudi Arabia: protests in solidarity of the bahrainians demanding Saudi Arabia withdraw its troops from Bahrain.  

Monday, March 21, 2011

Operation may take some time

so with Qaddafi vowing to hold on and the international community saying this could take awhile what are the hopes of the regular Libyan citizen? meanwhile Italy has been receiving refugees from the north African "free states"  and it leads me to wonder what will the Italian Government do about the influx of immigrants?
elsewhere Syria sees more protests mounting and a new slogan has emerged



Sunday, March 20, 2011

THE WAR IS ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

the "international community" has begun attacking Libya  but will they be as keen to help the rebels of china or Iran or Greece? doubtful but i hear Syria is starting to heat up with at least one dead and protests entering it's 3rd or 4th day. the freedom fever who knows whats next all we do know is Qaddafi has vowed to make it a long war.

in other news....
dead and or missing hits at least 21,000 in japan due to earthquakes, tsunamis, and nuclear meltdowns oh mine

Monday, March 14, 2011

Libyan rebels are they fighting a losing battle,lets hope they can get some help maybe the egyptian military could help out these fledgling freedom fighters..

In other news it looks as if the Kingdom is done playing the nice guys and have invaded Bahrain to stop it's freedom fighters from influencing the Saudi citizens

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

the Arab world is exploding

So good old Momar is bringing the fight to the winds of liberty blowing through the Arab world. Currently there have been talk of the international community stepping in to help prevent any more killing.However, nothing has seemed to have materialized on that front yet. This Question has got me thinking and my suggestion is let the other freedom revolters help Libya, making this a truly Arab uprising. If the Arab reformers work  together we may even see the abolishment of post-colonial borders through-out north Africa. Hopefully We are seeing the emergence of a dignified, sincere, and free Arab nation.Whatever the outcome is the residents of these revolting areas still have a long journey ahead of them.