By John Galt
December 4, 2011 – 21:45 ET
Two stories from Reuter’s African news wire tells the tale of trouble that so many of us warned would be a result of these “popular” uprisings. The first story is straight out of the conflict of cultures under way in the nation of Tunisia:
Last I checked, from this particular blog, all I can say is:
But hey, who am I to say that?
Oh yes, that guy who warned all the num-nuts who claimed that the “Arab Spring” would be bring about freedom, democracy, and a new way of life in the region. The disaster which started in Tunisia with the nightmare created by Francophone Africa continued to the East with these stories from Egypt:
From those three stories, the first from Al-Arabiya, the second from Reuters, and the last from Al-Masry Al-Youm (from Egypt) tell the tale of just how critical the situation has deteriorated and the abject panic beginning to set in for the West. Iran is a minor player in a bigger stage unless Iran wishes to commit regional suicide by launching an assault against Israel. The major crisis in the Middle East and North African region (MENA) is not the fact that a robot was shot down over eastern Iran, it is the fact that the true Islamists, those who are influenced by the House of Saud via the Wahhabi movement and its fundamentalist Sunni edicts is gaining control over he majority of the MENA region.
But don’t worry boys and girls; they view China as a more reliable strategic partner over the U.S. and Europe.
As they have since the early 1960′s for those of you who have not bothered to read a history book or indulge one’s mind into the intricacies of the Arab mind.