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Deadly Winter Follows ‘Arab Spring’

Posted by feww on November 20, 2011

Arab Spring: “We’ll see!”

Deadly clashes between Egyptian protesters and riot police backed by the army leaves at least a dozen protestors dead, up to a thousand injured, and hundreds more arrested.

OOPS!!! Wrong Photo! Psycho police officer brutally pepper sprays seated UC Davis students at close range. The students were peacefully participating in Occupy Movement, showing solidarity with protesters at the University of California in Berkeley, who were beaten with batons by police on November 9. Eleven protesters received medical treatment for exposure to pepper spray; two were hospitalized. The police acted on orders from Linda Katehi, the chancellor of the University of California, Davis. See video.

Disaster Calendar 2011 – November 20

[November 20, 2011]  Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.  SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,578 Days Left to the ‘Worst Day’ in Human History

‘Suckers’ Democracy’: Military Takeover Disguised as Arab Spring

  • Cairo, Egypt. Deadly clashes between Egyptian protesters and riot police backed by the army have left at least a dozen protestors dead, up to a thousand wounded and hundreds more arrested.
    • A reporter was told by a doctor at a Cairo hospital that “protesters have injuries from rubber bullets… many have been hit in the eyes.”
    • Demonstrators are demanding the resignation of Egypt’s military government.
    • Violent clashes have also erupted in Alexandria Suez and Ismailia.
    • Nine months after the fall of Mubarak, Egyptians are angry that the army remains in charge and police violence against demonstrators has not abated.
    • The military government seems unwilling to give up power and is seeking exemption from civilian oversight.

The following is a quote from Charlie Wilson’s War:

Gust Avrakotos: There’s a little boy and on his 14th birthday he gets a horse… and everybody in the village says, “how wonderful. The boy got a horse” And the Zen master says, “we’ll see.” Two years later, the boy falls off the horse, breaks his leg, and everyone in the village says, “How terrible.” And the Zen master says, “We’ll see.” Then, a war breaks out and all the young men have to go off and fight… except the boy can’t cause his legs all messed up. and everybody in the village says, “How wonderful.”
Charlie Wilson: Now the Zen master says, “We’ll see.”

Other Global Disasters

  • North Carolina, USA. NC Gov. Perdue has declared  Davidson and Randolph counties as disaster areas because of the damage caused buy tornadoes.
    • At least two people were killed and dozens of homes damaged in North Carolina when tornadoes swept southeastern United States.
  • Massachusetts, USA. The town of Monson (population 9,000) located in Hampden County, Massachusetts, has been declared a disaster area for a third time in the last 5 months after it was hit by tornadoes again.
    • the town was struck by an EF-3 tornado on June 1, 2011, which caused extensive damage.  In October 29, 2011, a rare pre-Halloween snowstorm buried the town.

Related Links

  • WARNING: Many parts of the United States could become ‘unrecognizable’ due to extreme climatic, geophysical and geological episodes over the next 18 months: FIRE-EARTH Forecast

3 Responses to “Deadly Winter Follows ‘Arab Spring’”

  1. Carol W. said

    “We’ll see.”

  2. Graham C. said

    Amazing prophecy!

    Street clashes between anti-government protesters and police left at least [18] people dead on Sunday as authorities imposed tight security to prevent an outbreak of protests marking the fourth anniversary of Egypt’s pro-democracy uprising.

  3. feww said

    Cairo clashes rage on, 35 people killed

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