February 23, 2011. http://www.theblaze.com/stories/ahmadinejad-predicts-mideast-unrest-coming-to-america/ Iran's president said Wednesday he is certain the wave of unrest in the Middle East will spread to Europe and North America, bringing an end to governments he accused of oppressing and humiliating people. "The world is on the verge of big developments. Changes will be forthcoming and will engulf the whole world from Asia to Africa and from Europe to North America," Ahmadinejad told a news conference. Ahmadinejad said the world was in need of a just system of rule that "puts an end to oppression, occupation and humiliation of people." [and from another] This correlates with what the Zetas said about the 8 of 10, "These sociological and political dramas are part of the 8 of 10 scenarios, as well as geological and astronomical features. This is the next chapter." http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/zetatalk-fame The Zetas did say that Ahmadinejad is STO . Did he got his information from reading ZT or is there more too it?

 

Ahmadinejad is speaking as a leader of a Muslim country, viewing the Arab Spring as an uprising against colonialism, imperialism, and western corporate influence. This stance is expected of him because of his political role in Iran. The article makes much of Ahmadinejad's criticism of Gaddafi and his brutal treatment of his people. This is to differentiate between an Arab leader who was considered a puppet, as was Mubarak, and Gaddafi who was considered a leader who resisted western influence and control and thus should be a brother to his people. Does Ahmadinejad read ZetaTalk and have an inside track on the Transformation, the pending 8 of 10 scenarios? Yes on both fronts, as despite disbelief that Ahmadinejad is a Service-to-Other individual, he is a sleeper like Obama, awaiting his opportunities to make a difference in the world. He gives a hint as to the sequence of revolt and discontent - from the Arab Spring to Asia, then Africa, then Europe and thence to N America.

Source: ZetaTalk for June 18, 2011

 

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Comment by Spockymuc on July 22, 2016 at 10:45pm

Munich paralyzed by terrorism from three persons:

as I am living in Munich I got shocked about what happend today:

http://edition.cnn.com/2016/07/22/europe/germany-munich-shooting/in...

All public traffic is offline, no busses, subway, trains, light-rail system closed down, restaurants closed, central station closed and emptyed, police everywhere (I can hear their sirens all the time) - offenders still on the run and not being catched so far (as I know) - this is pure horror!

Comment by KM on July 16, 2016 at 3:02am

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3692693/Turkish-military-la...

'We have taken control': Turkish military open fire on civilians as they launch coup to depose Islamist government – while President Erdogan 'hides in a hotel room' and Facetimes a TV station to urge his supporters to fight for him 

  • Turkish troops have launched a military coup according to the government with helicopters firing on capital Ankara
  • Turkish PM Binali Yildirim told reporters: 'We will not allow this attempt' although the military said they are in control
  • Explosions and gunfire have been reported in several locations with fast attack jets patrolling over the skies 
  • The Turkish military claimed they have taken power in order to protect the civil rights of the population 
  • President Recep Erdogan has used 'FaceTime' to call on the population to take to the streets to oppose the coup

President Erdogan has flown into Istanbul amid government claims that the Turkish military coup has failed.  

The president is believed to have flown from Dalaman on board the government Gulfstream IV jet to Ataturk airport, which had earlier been seized by members of the military. 

However, reinforcements in tanks were blocked from the area by unarmed civilians who lay down in front of the heavy armour. 

Despite claims the civilian government had regained control, reports from near the parliament said tanks had opened fired and blasted the building. 

There are also reports of explosions at the airport. 

Police and soldiers have exchanged fire in Taksim square in Istanbul.

A number of soldiers have been taken into custody.

Earlier, the Turkish military killed 17 police officers in the first reported fatalities in the army's bid to overthrow the Islamic government of Recep Erdogan.

The state-run Anadolu agency said the victims died at the special forces headquarters in Ankara. 

Earlier there were reports that he building had been attacked by helicopters.

Elsewhere troops have opened fire on civilians attempting to cross the river Bosporus in Istanbul in protest to the military coup.

Soldiers seized strategic locations across Istanbul and Ankara in an effort to overthrow the Islamic president Recep Erdogan. 

Also, a bomb has hit the parliament building according to the state's press agency as the security situation in the country becomes more perilous. 

Several police officers and parliament workers were wounded as an explosion ripped though the building. 

An eyewitness claimed the blast was 'massive' and shook nearby buildings.

Intelligence sources close to Erdogan claim the situation is back under control while factions in the military insist they are now in charge of the county.  

Amid the continuing chaotic scenes, soldiers have taken control of the headquarters of the Dogan Media Group. A journalist broadcasting live on the station said she did not know how much longer she will be able to continue on the air.

17 police are believed to have died after military helicopters attacked their headquarters building in central Ankara, pictured

17 police are believed to have died after military helicopters attacked their headquarters building in central Ankara, pictured

A man lay down in front of a tank on the approach to Ataturk airport in Istanbul as citizens took to the streets to oppose the military coup

A man lay down in front of a tank on the approach to Ataturk airport in Istanbul as citizens took to the streets to oppose the military coup

The man then stood up and took off his shirt in an effort the present the tank from taking position in the airport 

The man then stood up and took off his shirt in an effort the present the tank from taking position in the airport 

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on July 14, 2016 at 12:06am

Hundreds Arrested as St. Paul, Baton Rouge Protesters Turn Violent

SUN, JUL 10 · CLIP 7 of 8

Protesters hurled Molotov cocktails, fireworks and glass bottles at police during demonstrations Saturday in response to recent officer-involved shootings of black men.

http://www.nbcnews.com/nightly-news/video/hundreds-arrested-as-st-p...

Comment by SongStar101 on July 13, 2016 at 10:18pm

Civil Unrest Explodes In Berlin - Over 3500 People Riot Against Police

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-07-11/civil-unrest-explodes-berl...

The biggest and most violent protest in Germany erupted in Berlin over the weekend exactly with our models calling for an explosion in civil unrest.

Some 1800 police were called in and at least 120 policemen were injured in what is becoming a street battle. This has been the most aggressive and violent protest in Germany for the past five years.

Protesters were throwing bottles, cobblestones and fireworks, as well as they destroyed cars in addition to attacking police officers. It appears at least 3,500 rioters took part in the uprising and possibly more than 4,000.

The protest is against police operations and involved mostly young people who have risen up against the police operations in the Riga street area. Protesters wore black hoods carrying banners with slogans like “Riga defend 94” and “Housing solidarity against state terror.”

The demonstration went on with the crowd chanting repeatedly: “Bullenschweine get out of Riga!” Demonstrators were throwing firecrackers and police fired back with tear gas. The police also called in air support using helicopters and they had to call in for reinforcements from Bavaria, Brandenburg, Lower Saxony, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia and the Federal Police.

Interior Senator Frank Henkel (CDU) announced that the police will also be present at night after the demonstration, so riots and arson attacks should be stopped...calling the riot a "leftist orgy of violence."

With September's elections looming we suspect the tensions will only get worse.

Comment by SongStar101 on May 27, 2016 at 11:47am

Riot police crack down on Paris protests against labour reforms

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/may/26/riot-police-crack-down...

Thousands of protesters turn out on streets of French capital as refineries and nuclear power stations across the country come to a halt

Riot police arrested 16 people and fired teargas in violent clashes with protesters marching in Paris as striking workers continued to blockade refineries and nuclear power stations in an escalating stand-off over labour reforms.

Tens of thousands of people marched across France in protest against François Hollande’s planned labour bill, which aims to make it easier for companies to hire and fire workers and was forced through parliament without a vote this month following more than ten weeks of protests.

Police fired teargas at about 100 people on the edge of a protest march through Paris. Several masked people charged shop windows, smashing them, and cars were damaged near the route of the march. There were skirmishes at Place de la Nation as riot officers cordoned off protesters, some of whom complained of heavy-handed policing.

Comment by Howard on May 23, 2016 at 4:21am

Mass Fish Deaths Breath Life into Vietnam Protest Movement (May 22)

A massive fish kill along a 208-kilometer stretch of north-central Vietnamese coast in April has awakened a new emerging middle class of citizens who are willing to take a stand about environmental issues.

In a rare display of disobedience in this closely policed communist state, thousands of protesters have crowded the tree-lined boulevards of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City in recent weeks to demand better environmental protections, bearing signs that read “Justice 4 Fish” and “Save Our Seas.”

Police, who warned the protesters to stay home, have arrested dozens of them, as a state-run broadcaster reported that “reactionary forces” were attempting to overthrow the government. Social-media platforms including  Facebook  and Instagram were interrupted during the protests, which activists attributed to the authorities.

The tension comes ahead of a landmark visit by U.S. President  Barack Obama to Vietnam that is aimed in part at drumming up support here for the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact, which includes stronger environmental safeguards among its provisions. Over 140,000 people have signed a petition created on a White House website urging Mr. Obama to raise the dead-fish issue with Vietnam’s leaders next week.

Sources

http://www.wsj.com/articles/vietnams-dead-fish-breathe-life-into-pr...

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/president-obama-leaves-wee...

http://atimes.com/2016/05/vietnams-mass-fish-kill-isnt-simply-an-en...

Comment by SongStar101 on March 31, 2016 at 7:47pm

Tear gas, clashes, broken windows: Anti-labor reform protesters rally across France

https://www.rt.com/news/337851-france-protest-labour-reform/

Police have used tear gas to disperse activists in Paris who are protesting new labor reforms. In the city of Nantes demonstrators tried to storm the town hall and smash windows.

Scores of people have taken to the streets across France to once again voice their anger against recently proposed labor reforms. The demonstrators have reportedly clashed with police officers.

Students are rallying against labor law reforms recently proposed by Labor Minister Myriam El Khomri. The French authorities are desperately trying to battle high unemployment in the country, and have suggested cutting overtime pay for work beyond 35 hours.

Employers would pay only 10 percent of overtime bonus, instead of the current 25 percent, according to proposed reforms.
The protests were partially organized by a Facebook community called ‘Loi travail: non, merci’ (Labor reform: No, thanks). Arguing that the reforms concern all French citizens, the group has started a petition, which has so far been signed by over one million people.

Earlier, French President Francois Hollande said the reforms would help employees “have more job stability.”

“We must also give companies the opportunity to recruit more, to give job security to young people throughout their lives, and to provide flexibility for companies,” he said.

In the city of Nantes protesters have smashed the windows of local shops and the city hall, photos on social media show.

In Paris the protest started in Place de la Nation, the same place where previous anti-labor rallies took place. The demonstrators threw bottles with flammable liquid and stones at police officers.

“Everyone hates the police,” the protesters were shouting.

At least two protesters have been beaten by police officers in the city of Lille, according to photo reporter Julien Pitinome, who tweeted a picture of the incident.

The protesters in Lille also started a fire during the rally, local media said.

The head of the General Confederation of Labor, Philippe Martinez, promised "an enormous number of people" would take to the streets on Thursday.

"All workers are directly affected by the labor reform bill," he said.

Several arrests have been made during the protests, BFMTV reported, citing police sources.

----------------------------

Thousands take to streets in France to protest labor reform

http://www.theolympian.com/news/business/article69158187.html

Tens of thousands of workers and youths took to the streets of France to protest, sometimes violently, a government reform meant to make it easier to hire and fire employees and to relax the country's strict 35-hour workweek.

As train drivers, teachers and others went on strike, student organizations and seven employee unions combined to condemn the Socialist government's bill, which they argue will badly erode hard-won worker protections.

"It's shocking that a Socialist government introduced this law," said Zoe Farre, 23, during a peaceful gathering in the driving rain in central Paris. About 28,000 people marched in Paris' streets, according to the police.

The government and businesses claim the reforms would help the economy and reduce unemployment, which is at a high 10 percent, by making it easier for companies to take on — and lay off — workers.

Farre, who is unemployed, said she understood the argument that more flexibility means more jobs, but she had doubts about the kinds of jobs officials were talking about. "It's going to be like the U.K. where you're on a zero-hour contract or like the U.S. where they make you hold a sign in the street and call it a job", she said.

Eric Beynel, spokesman for the Solidaires union, said "the reality is that it's already easy for companies to lay off their workers," referring to an administrative process that allows companies to pay off an employee.

Deborah Boke, a 26-year-old school worker, said she was "totally against this law."

Boke, who said she was going into teaching after struggling to find work after her master's degree, accused the government of "doing the opposite of what it was elected for. The exact opposite."

Earlier in the day, a few dozen protesters that were mostly hooded or wearing masks broke off a peaceful student demonstration in eastern Paris to hurl paint bombs at banks and stores. Some smashed cash machines with bats or set of off smoke canisters while confronting the police.

Clashes also broke out between a small group of young protesters and the police in the cities of Nantes, Rennes and Toulouse.

The strike affects public transports, schools, public hospitals and state-owned broadcasters. It is not affecting Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport, though 20 percent of flights at Paris' Orly airport have been canceled.

State railway company SNCF has warned of disruptions to national and regional train traffic. International lines to London and Brussels are not affected.

Paris' Eiffel tower is closed all day. The company operating the monument said in a statement there are not enough staff to open the tower with "sufficient security and reception conditions".

"We are quite disappointed because we are here only for three days," said Zsolt Bencze, a tourist from Hungary who had already booked tickets to visit the tower. "So now we are planning to visit the Louvre. I hope it's open and not closed due to some strikes or something."

The government proposal technically maintains the 35-hour workweek but allows companies to organize alternative working times. Those include a workweek of up to 48 hours and 12-hour days. In "exceptional circumstances," employees could work up to 60 hours a week.

The bill is to be debated in parliament in April.

Comment by casey a on January 25, 2016 at 5:21pm

Thousands march for Bernie, blame media for 'nearly nonexistent' coverage

https://www.rt.com/usa/329996-march-bernie-sanders-media/

Several cities had marches..

Comment by KM on January 12, 2016 at 12:49pm

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3395246/Hundreds-far-right-...

Hundreds of far-right protesters rampage through German town, destroying ethnic restaurants and takeaways - hours after Merkel admits European migrant crisis is 'out of control' 

  • Anti-refugee rioters have gone on the rampage in Leipzig, trashing Doner kebab and fast food stalls 
  • 250 holigans part of the local branch of PEGIDA known as LEGIDA set cars on fire and vandalised shops 
  • LEGIDA called for the deportation of migrants and closure of borders following the sex attacks in Cologne 
  • Germany has started sending a growing number of migrants back to Austria since the New Year's Eve sex attacks 
  • Police have made 211 arrests in connection to the mindless vandalism carried out by hooligans in Leipzig

Hundreds of anti-refugee rioters have gone on the rampage in the German city of Leipzig after a demonstration where they called for asylum seekers to be deported and their nation's borders closed.

The attacks come just hours after Chancellor Angela Merkel admitted that Europe had lost control of the crisis. The right-wingers broke away from a largely peaceful march in the eastern city to trash the suburb of Connewitz.

Doner kebab fast food stalls were destroyed, cars set ablaze and shop windows smashed by around 250 hooligans of LEGIDA - the local branch of PEGIDA, the anti-migrant, anti-EU organization which marched against the refugees earlier in the evening.

Doner kebab fast food stalls were destroyed, cars set ablaze and shop windows smashed by around 250 hooligans of Legida

Doner kebab fast food stalls were destroyed, cars set ablaze and shop windows smashed by around 250 hooligans of Legida

Inside one of the doner kebab grills where some 250 masked hooligans attacked takeaway restaurants in Leipzig

Inside one of the doner kebab grills where some 250 masked hooligans attacked takeaway restaurants in Leipzig

At one point the demonstrators, who threw fireworks at police, attempted to build a barricade in a main street with signs and torn up paving stones before they were dispersed.

Firemen had to tackle a blaze in the attic of one building set alight by a wayward rocket fired by the rioters. A bus carrying leftist pro-asylum demonstrators was also attacked and seriously damaged.

Police said they have identified and arrested 211 of the crowd of right-wing hooligans, many of them with criminal records for violence.

'This was a serious breach of the peace,' said a police spokesman, confirming that several police officers were injured in the clashes triggered by simmering anger over the New Year's Eve mass sex attacks against women in Cologne and several other German cities.

'Rape Refugees stay away' was one of the banners carried during the march, the wording above a silhouette of women running from knife-wielding attackers, one of whom resembled a caricature from Aladdin.

Earlier in the day Mrs. Merkel said; 'Now all of a sudden we are facing the challenge that refugees are coming to Europe and we are vulnerable, as we see, because we do not yet have the order, the control, that we would like to have.'

She also said the euro was 'directly linked' to freedom of movement in Europe, adding: 'Nobody should act as though you can have a common currency without being able to cross borders reasonably easily.'

Merkel said that if countries did not allow their borders to be crossed without much difficulty, the European single market would 'suffer acutely' - meaning that Germany, at the centre of the European Union and its largest economy, should fight to defend freedom of movement.



Comment by casey a on January 7, 2016 at 7:39pm

I'm putting this here to put a light on the winds of change that is supporting Bernie Sanders. Note the average contribution to his campaign & how 99% of those contributed would contribute to his campaign again.

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