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SINCE DECEMBER OF 2010 youth have been rising up in: Sudan, Jordan, Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Bahrain, Syria, Yemen, Algeria, Iraq, Iran, Mirrocco, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebonon, Israel, Mexico, Columbia, Bolivia, Visakhapatnam, Serbia, Armenia, Grece, Hungary, Albania, Pakistan, New Dehli, Bangladesh, China, Haiti, Senegal, Chile, and in the UK at the Petroplus refinery, an oil refinery in Whales, London Student Riots, not to forget China's Tienamen Square in 1989 and the WTO riots in Seattle in 1999. The internet has been cut-off in some countries as well.
It is interesting to note that this article by american media (The NewYork Times and The Wall Street Journal DO NOT mention protests and strikes in America such as:
Largest Crowds Since Vietnam War March In Wisconsin
100,000 protesters in Wisconsin
Peacefull Revolution March in Washington D.C. on March 20, 2011
Faith Leaders Arrested In U.S. Capitol
U.S. Protests Against The Tar Sands Pipeline
2,600 Protesters arrested in U.S. since 2009
Protesters in America seek new policies towards Middle East
Rallies in 50 States support Wisconsin voters
This Labor day We Need Protest Marches Rather Than Parades
Progressive Groups for good Jobs - Nashville, Target DSen. Corkers Office
Picketing continuies at sugar plant in Minnesota
400 protest water rates in Arizona
Glenn Beck's Israel Rally Prompts faebook Protest
... and there have been protests against the Iraq War since it began in 2002.
This is all connected to governments and a false and corrupt fossil fuel economy. Mankind will have a much better life now and much brighter future ahead if we all go out and be heard that we want a new Green Energy Economy world wide.
original link (NY Times/Wall Street Journal