Friday, October 21, 2011

Muammar Gaddafi Dead, Assad Is Next, and then...


The revolution in Libya has come full circle with the death of Gaddafi.  Only time will tell what will become of this great country with diverse tribal loyalties and great oil wealth.  Post Gaddafi, one can only hope that the Libyans will stand united and take their nation on the path of development.  If they remain divided, they will be exploited by foreign hands.

Only when the benefits are shared by every countryman does a nation rise as a civilization.  Libyans should not  allow their country to become another India... where democracy is a hollow ring... where tokenism and corruption is a daily habit... where every politician is a dirty dictator.

In India, every 2 seconds a child dies somewhere hungry.
India's GDP is $1.8 Trillion.

I truly hope Libya doesn't become another India.

Death to Dicktraitors.

Long Live Revolution.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Pain, Pleasure and Revolution - Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen...


Pain
(1)  An unpleasant sensation occurring in varying degrees of severity as a consequence of injury, disease, or emotional disorder.
(2)  Suffering or distress.

Pleasure
The state or feeling of being pleased or gratified.

Revolution
(1)  The overthrow or repudiation of a regime or political system by the governed.
(2)  In Marxist theory, the violent and historically necessary transition from one system of production in a society to the next.

As the epic events in the Arab World unfold before our very eyes, I am filled with a sense of awe... My heart is filled with hope as I witness these great revolutions... Never in my dreams did I imagine that such great events will take place in my lifetime...

(to be continued)

Muammar Gaddafi has turned on his own people.  For the sake of watching private concerts, he has started bombarding the Libyan people - even as the world watches, pretending to care about the common Libyans... as the price of crude heads north...

My question to Muammar Gaddafi:

Do you think you will ever be able to walk the streets of Libya, or be amongst the common Libyan people like a true leader?

(to be continued)