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From the year that changed the world to a New Year with full of expectations and high hopes?

In Fanny Lulu's diary on January 7, 2012 at 1:11 pm

Time never hesitates to pass by and never stops. On the other hand The World FactBook has an extremely good memory to keep all the actions  being performed by human beings and the mother nature..

Just like the previous ‘Farewells’ i will mostly remember the heartbreaking tragedies & highlights of the ‘Year 2011’ and remind you some part of them below in order to be aware of who we are indeed as relating to what we do.

The Year 2011 was the year of the common people and the others who were under the control of external power and also opposition sides. They were the ones who walked the line of death against the dictatorships and bursting out their harassment because of the regimes which are miles away from the democracy. They were the people from different segments of society with revolting and rebellious heart. Arab Spring was the movement of freedom and democracy on the surface but also its colour was neither orange nor green. It had the colour of ‘Red’ and we knew that the revolutions were/are written by blood. In this year what we saw and heard is all about blood, tears and sad & real stories from the Middle East, Africa, Far East, Europe, Russia and even from the U.S but also rise of renaissance in the Middle East countries including North Africa.

You can ask me why do i always see the dark side of the moon? My answer is a never ending question, could you point at me a concrete truth regarding that the 7 billion people are indeed glad with their lives? If you say that no need them to be happy in the world, i can see your point of view on life…But there is such a thing as truth that a negligible quantityof this number is rich, happy and careless about the rest of the world and we, human being, must know that ‘’1 in 7 chance that person will be born hungry. Nearly 1 billion people in the world go to bed hungry each night.’’ WFP

Let’s make a rough turn to the question: What did The Arab World gain and lose at the end of The Arab Spring? Algeria lost his Mohammed Bouazizi who was a young man at the age of 27 and street vendor to make a living for himself and his family. How easy to say that he caughed fire and burned himself saying that ‘if you don’t see me, i’ll burn myself!’in order to prevent the police coming over him to take his goods from him. It was initial fire of the Arab Spring and Bouazizi died in pain soon after setting himself on fire in protest. On the following days we witnessed that The President Zine El Abidin Ben Ali and The PM Ghannouchi were ousted from their duities. Nowadays New Algerian president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, promised to make the constitutional reforms. In details, Algeria seemed to have the pluralistic democracy and  it cost thousands of people’s lives and million dollars.

Just after the Tunisia, Arab Tsunami spread its wave to Egypt and afterwards we watched nearly the same protests, crackdowns and violent clashes in Libya, Yemen, Syria, Bahrain and the other Middle East countries. Likewise it was called ‘Facebook Revolution’: “I’ve always said that if you want to liberate a society just give them the Internet,” said activist and Google marketing manager Wael Ghonim. http://www.globalnews.ca/2011/arabspring/

Besides these all, in 2011, the western world dealt with the economic crises which tended to disrupt the European Union. Particularly Greece, Portugal, Spain, Ireland and Italy had to declare that they were financially in huge debt burden.

The activists and the common people had a start of  ‘OCCUPY WALL STREET’ movement in  New York because of the unfair distrubition of income, economic inequalities and fast-growing scarp between poor and rich. The activists set up their tents and thus occupied the well known squares of the big cities such as Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Greece, London, Madrid, Sydney and so on… According to me, we could have a big chance to select the most democratic countries in the world which let them organise and protest with their meaningful banners. http://occupywallst.org/

What happened more? NATO troops collaborated with Libyan opposite groups and they arrested The Ousted Leader Muammar Gaddafi alive & killed him later without judgement. NATO troops also killed many civilians during the operations as they did in Afghanistan.

Osama Bin Laden was killed by the US Forces in Pakistan without judgment and Obama declared proudly that the world was saved from The (Tailormade) Frankenstein by adding that ‘’justice is done…’’ https://newspool.wordpress.com/2011/05/04/obama-vs-osama/

Japan was terribly hurt by the destructive Eartquake and Tsunami on the 11th of March and soon after that it has been started to be discussed about the safety and necessity of the Nuclear Power Plants in the world. Photos can tell you everything much better than me. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2011/03/pictures/110315-nuclear-reactor-japan-tsunami-earthquake-world-photos-meltdown/

The worst drought and famine disaster in half a century hit the East African country Somalia and 750.000 Somalian died because of the disaster which we, rest of the world, support indirectly…”Droughts will happen. They always will, but they don’t have to be disasters. They can be managed,” Oxfam’s Philippa Crosland-Taylor said in neighbouring Kenya.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/43841708/ns/nightly_news/t/famine-horn-africa-how-help/#.TwcBjlaE6yY

‘Right wing Christian Terrorist’ Anders Behring Breivik bombed government buildings in Oslo, which resulted in eight deaths. Just after the blast he arrived at a youth camp in police uniform and opened fire on 69 young people with full of dreams, hopes and loves to life…A few months later the mass killer was declared that he has been found criminally insane. https://newspool.wordpress.com/2011/11/29/bigger-crimes-smaller-fines/?preview=true&preview_id=648&preview_nonce=3419afa04f

US declared that Irak War came to an end as of november 13…(???)

https://newspool.wordpress.com/2011/12/17/you-came-you-saw-and-you-killed-the-password-is-still-divide-and-rule/

https://newspool.wordpress.com/2011/12/22/they-couldnt-make-it-without-you/

Israel released 1027 Palestinian prisoners in exchange for Israeli captive Gilad Shalid.

*Palestine  Government applied Unesco in order to have the full membership as a free state and the application was approved 37 years later. The Palestinian Leader Mahmoud Abbas has also submitted their request for the UN membership to UN commitee. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-15033357

North Korean ‘Dear Leader’ Kim Jong II died of heart attack due to physical and mental over-work and the world opinion have been curious and concerned about his son who took the place of his ‘God Father’ whether he would have the key to getting better results for the public prosperity and national happiness or keep on challenging the world by the nuclear weapons.

In 2011, unfortunately domestic violence against women and waves of detensions & long prosecution process which the journalists, writers,  military officers and academics have been arrested, carried on and it has still being discussed about the expression of freedom of thought and peculiarly ‘democracy’ by the close followers and public opinion in Turkey. Furthermore, 7.1 Mw earthquake in Van province took 604 lives and left up to 40.000 people homeless.

I can continue typing the events which took unforgettable place on my mind but i don’t want to bore you with recalls but i need to emphasise what my points were when i looked back to the recent past and i will appreciate if you add more headlines in addition to my article in order to be aware of our pictures in the world’s memory…

I wish you a magical year with full of hopes, peace, happiness, justice, democracy and equality and…(Please fill in the blanks..) A year in which the International Law is not violated by the Global Monsters.

Thanks for reading my ‘long’ post and being a part of our dream world.

Kind Regards…

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is there anything to hide?

In Afasia's corner... on October 20, 2011 at 9:11 pm

I just want to ask a simple question for all of us.

Why US government kill all their ex? Do they want to bury a long complex story by killing those single used puppets?

What reason behind not to keep them as war criminals or judge them? Why do they just make them disappear as fast as possible. Why can’t American Citizens or World Citizens have right to see the enemy, listen and know why their country have been ages out fighting?

So one more dictator is gone! Who is the next?

Don’t you worry about things which are already happening in/out or by your country?

Are you a bloody insouciant person who never care about things going on? Are you the one who actually causes all this chaos and terror all over the world?

Now just move your ass, go out and be against!!! Ask your rights to know much about what your Representatives are doing in Parliament!!!

Politics are abusing our apathy!.. Just enough to make them know that we keep an eye on their each move and make them aware that we have chosen them all as our representatives in parliament but we are the game makers. They should not forget about my vote’s power which is about the punch on their nose to avoid all this inequitably constructed capitalist system!.. Just to make them remember to cooperate with each of us before deciding things to do.

Don´t wait for the change, just change it yourself!

Thanks and Best Regards

graffiti by http://filipspagnoli.wordpress.com/2010/12/20/political-graffiti-125-blus-soldier-puppets-in-warsaw/

 

New pawns, a new game?

In Afasia's corner... on May 8, 2011 at 12:48 pm

On today´s CNN you can see an article written by Shadi Hamid worrying  about Gaddafi´s situation and US´s next move to make him go(I believe it´s ironically). Let me tell you what will US do with Gaddafi. Probably they will search him at Libian caves for 10 years and they will find him at 5Star hotel in Turkey, ready to be executed next to his swimming pool. So, we will again ask here the quantity of death and injured at Libya after years which actually don´t really mean anything to US or any other EU government. That´s what will happen to Libyan dictator(Or pawns like him, remember Saddam Husein). Actually the question is not what will happen to Gaddafi. Until now he did not care for his people and now he is paying the bill. The question is what is happening to Libyan. IS THERE SOMEONE THINKING ABOUT LIBYAN, SYRIAN, IRAQI, AFGHAN VILLAGES RIGHT BEFORE BOMBING. So then who will pay back all those loosen Lives?

http://edition.cnn.com/2011/OPINION/05/06/hamid.libya.us/index.html?hpt=Mid
Photo from CNN.com

Thanks and Best Regards…

NATO THINK! PEACE AND SECURITY that’s our mission!

In Afasia's corner... on April 14, 2011 at 9:52 am

Nato think they found a secret gun depot at Libia by bombing via their GUN INVENTORY at Tripoli. What kind of paradox is that, an organization which has been constructed under umbrella of peace and security, bombing a country! killing or injuring civils to protect same civils!. Who will protect them from NATO and alliance countries?  Sad but true in any interest of politicians,we civils are the only ones eating the iron bread. Chair lovers are ordering from their ornamented villas to their faithful soldiers without thinking of  a single baby which is gonna die anywhere in this world and they expect us to believe in those cosmetic, make-up lies. There are many other countries in trouble like in Africa or in Asia, but I don’t see any operation of NATO to overturn a dictator in those regions. Why don’t they arrange an operation to South Africa against King Mswati III?  Read his history, you will find that King’s story much more interesting than Gaddafi’s story. Hunger’s land King gives lot’s of suffer and injustice to his people.

We won’t cover your lies anymore! We don’t want to have your dirt in our hands, and the blood of innocent infants.

Thanks to all for reading and commenting!

photo from Peter Eyre – Middle East Consultant – 23/3/2011 http://www.eyreinternational.com
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