A New Wind of Change?

A New Power Rises Across Mideast (washingtonpost.com)
In a Washington where the cherry blossoms are out and spring is as it is when it’s at its best, Wasington Post published this article – the first in a series of two – on the new winds of change that – perhaps, perhaps – are starting to sweep through the Arab world.

It’s still too early to tell, there is a very long way to go, and there might well be dramatic set-backs – but there is no doubt that there are new winds starting to blow.

2 Responses to A New Wind of Change?

  1. simulev skriver:

    A new winds of change, Right?

    Egypt: Muslim brotherhood, a backward Islamist racist apartheid group once again aspires for the power, their terrorist offspring Hamas has been supported, both by Sweden an EU, to take power within PA.
    Lebanon: is tired of some plus 30 years of Syria illegal occupation, and their hired guns from Hezbollah aggressions, a cruel Baath dictatorship regime, Iraqi style, that certainly has enjoyed their days within the UN security council. The same council where Israel, the regions only democracy, has been effectively barred to participate since 1948.
    What’s the change? Sounds more like possible Arabic upcoming civil war in power struggles. We all know who will be blamed if that happens. Everyone, but the Arabs, I.e. US and Israel.
    On the East front nothing new…

    The only change that would be worth anything IMHO is when the now corrupted UN club of internal admiration reforms to only allow genuine democracy’s to participate and vote regarding international affairs.

  2. simulev skriver:

    Mr. Bildt, i have a free gift for you.
    Go to my blogg by clicking here and read the post ”The Face of Terror”.
    At the end of the post you will find a free download to a fact filled PDF file, in Swedish, regarding the MidEast problems.
    Strongly suggest you print and read it.

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