I do not know what the short term will bring but long term I believe people are waking-up and will chose to direct their energy not at each other but at the evil doers who try to forment sectarian strife. The world is too crowded and technology far too deadly to do anything but reject the incitement and strife created to benefit the billionaires. The pushback in the last few weeks against the neoliberal policies of the governments in Turkey, Brasil, Egypt, Tunisia and elsewhere are good predictors of a positive future. We should all join hands to say: we want economic justice, we want human rights, we reject sectarianism, and we want peace which can only be based on justice. In this dangerous era, we can’t be neutral on a moving train (Howard Zinn). We must take sides: with the rights of the disenfranchised majority and not with the greedy and violent plans of the elites.
The west still doesn't get what the Turkish uprisings are about
100-year-old general: We razed Arab villages, so what?
Action: This 29 year-old analyst just gave up his whole life -- his girlfriend, his job, and his home -- to blow the whistle on the US government's shocking PRISM program -- which has been reading and recording our emails, Skype messages, Facebook posts and phone calls for years. When Bradley Manning passed this kind of data to Wikileaks, the US threw him naked into solitary confinement in conditions that the UN called "cruel, inhumane and degrading". The authorities and press are deciding right now how to handle this scandal. If millions of us stand with Edward in the next 48 hours, it will send a powerful statement that he should be treated like the brave whistleblower that he is, and it should be PRISM, and not Edward, that the US cracks down on:
March on the Wall
US Zionist Lobby Reels From Resistance al-Qusayr Victory http://www.
No to the torture of children!
The writing on the wall for Palestinian collaborators