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Tracking the Global Revolution: Index thread

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posted on Jan, 30 2011 @ 10:19 PM
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This thread is to provide a reference list and starting point for all of the countries that are experiencing unrest, uprisings or chaos within the last week or so, or who are expected to soon, and the corresponding current ATS threads and/or MSM news articles about each. I have left out countries I didn't find any news or current threads on, but will add them as events arise. A few countries are blank (or sparse) because they're so obviously being covered and I have not compiled a list of those threads yet.

Please let me know if you have a current thread that should be added, or a news article that adds new updated information, and I will reproduce the list in a new post with the new additions once a day or so (depending on the number of additions).

Related threads on the global situation as a whole:
Are We Witnessing the Start of a Global Revolution? (ATS)

-Albania
Little known uprising taking place in Albania
Threats fly, tensions escalate between political rivals in Albania
Anti-government protest in Albania

-Algeria
Youths riot in Algeria over high food prices (ATS)
Thousands in Algeria protest march: organisers

-Armenia
War In Nagorno Karabakh Can Start At Any Moment (ATS)

-Azerbaijan
War In Nagorno Karabakh Can Start At Any Moment (ATS)

-Belarus
[See Poland]

-Burma
[See Myanmar]

-Cambodia
Thai protesters urge government to solve border dispute with Cambodia
Street politics back in Bangkok

-Cameroon
[See CAR]

-Central African Republic (CAR)
Africa: Continent Braces Itself for 'Democrazy' as Most Countries Prepare for Elections

-Chad
[See CAR]

-China
China censoring Egypt protests, are they afraid?

-Congo, Republic of the
[See CAR]

-Cote d'Ivoire
Leaders differ with the UN
Ivory Coast's Gbagbo is not president, ECOWAS says

-Djibouti
[See CAR]

-Dominican Republic
Dominican Republic Police assigns 13,000 cops to deal with planned protests

-Egypt
Middle East On Fire (Egypt, Lebanon, more) (ATS)

-Gabon
The Real Reason Behind The Sudden Explosion Of Unrest In The Middle East
Gabon: Obame declares himself president, seeks UN refuge

-Gambia, The
Gam bia: Revolts sweep North Africa and the Middle East

-Gaza Strip
GAZA: Unrest in Egypt creating gas shortage in neighboring Arab enclave

-Ghana
Ghanaians protest against high cost of living

-Greece
Greece's Cosseted Classes Fight Red Tape Reform
-India

-Indonesia
Indonesia suspends rice, soybean duties to combat inflation
To Stave Off Unrest, Governments Start Stockpiling Food

-Iran
Opposition says Iran fears Tunisian unrest
A Nervous Tehran Sees Potential Benefit — Maybe

-Iraq
Protests erupt after lethal blast in Baghdad

-Ireland
The Irish aren't rioting over austerity—yet
Irish political unrest could upset the bailout

-Israel
Israel Mulling Sinai Attack? (ATS)

-Italy
Italians protest growing right-wing

-Jordan
And now Jordan (ATS)
Arab world unrest has Jordan's king under pressure

-Kenya
President Kibaki names new
judiciary team amid protests

Africa: Drought and Food Price Increases Spark Fears of Violence

-Korea [See North Korea]

-Lebanon
Middle East On Fire (Egypt, Lebanon, more) (ATS)

-Madagascar
[See CAR]
Gold caught in rising food prices, geopolitical worries

-Malawi
Global grain price crisis? What crisis?

-Mexico

-Morocco
Grain, Soybeans Rise as Food Riots Spur Demand for U.S. Exports
A region in turmoil: How far will the unrest spread?

-Mozambique
Food price hikes fuelling unrest

-Myanmar
Burmese Junta Monitoring Unrest in North Africa

-Nicaragua
Business Digest: Intel firm issues danger analysis
Global Poverty, Food Riots, and the Economic Crisis

-Niger
Unemployment: Averting A Revolt In Niger Delta

-Nigeria
Nigeria: Protests in Kano Over Cancellation of Governorship Primaries
Protest against army after central Nigeria killings
World briefs: Soldiers shoot at university students in Nigeria

-North Korea
Korean crisis news update (ATS)

-Oman
A wake-up call
Mubarak and Friends in Denial About the Revolution

-Pakistan
Top Risks of 2011: In Pakistan, things fall apart
Foreign Espionage Network in Pakistan

-Poland
Belarusian president accuses Poland of plotting to overthrow him in order to recarve border

-Russia
Russia launches arms race with new intercontinental ballistic missile (ATS)
Russia threatens NATO with nukes [1/24/11] (ATS)
Russia threatens NATO with nukes [1/25/11] (ATS)

-Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia Slammed Protesters in Egypt as "Infiltrators" (ATS)
Why Saudi Arabia? (ATS)
Jobs Data, Egypt Unrest Loom in Coming Week

-South Africa
Violent protests on the rise

-South Korea [See North Korea]

-Sudan
Demonstration in Sudan! (ATS)
Sudan protests 'echo Egypt unrest'
As Sudan makes split official, popular anger sweeps north

-Syria
Internet Reportedly Down in Syria (ATS)
Could Syria be the next domino to fall?
Syrian army deployed into Kurdish areas to crack down expected protests

-Tanzania
DAVOS-Firms seek to up food output to counter more unrest

-Thailand
Thai nationalists launch protest over Cambodia
Thai PM: Leaders must exercise restraint against protesters

-Togo
Togo Increases Electricity Prices, Cuts Subsidies, Minister Says
Risk of Riots Rising as Governments Cut Food Subsidies, UN's Sheeran Says
Ivory Coast’s Gbagbo Seizes Abidjan Electricity Center

-Tunisia
Protests erupt anew in Yemen, Algeria, Tunisia (ATS)
Tunisian army vows to protect revolution (ATS)
Tunisia protests turn violent

-Turkey
Why Turkey accepting the anti-missile shield could lead to WW3 (ATS)

-Turkmenistan
Uzbek leader Islam Karimov in EU talks

-Uganda
[See CAR]
Uganda opposition leader warns against unfair poll
Election season prompts alert for Uganda

-United Kingdom
Weekend of protests across the UK (ATS)
Thousands of Students and Workers March the Streets of London Against Cuts. (ATS Citizen Journalist)

-United States
World Gripped By Anti-Government Riots; America Next? (ATS)
Renewed Push to Give Obama an Internet "Kill Switch" (ATS)
Apple confirms remote iPhone 'kill switch' (ATS)
Egypt Flips Internet Kill Switch. Will the U.S.?

-Yemen
Protests Grow to 16,000 in Yemen (ATS)
Yemeni Protests Turn Violent
YEMEN: Demonstrators clash with government supporters at rally

-Zimbabwe
[See CAR]




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posted on Jan, 30 2011 @ 10:31 PM
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Great idea and good work!

Not sure if this is how the thread works but can you add the following?:

www.herald.ie...

TPTB are preparing for unrest in our emerald isle:


Officers have spent several days undergoing intensive preparation for any potential protests or street violence in the build up to Election Day. The Public Order Unit was practicing defensive formations, and is also understood to have been trained to deal with petrol bombs. A source explained: "Training has intensified recently to deal with any civil unrest around election time. "Despite the problems we've had in this country there has been relatively little violence but the highest levels of precautions are being taken."



posted on Jan, 30 2011 @ 10:31 PM
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Thanks doing this, makes it much easier to track.

Storm's a brewing!



posted on Jan, 30 2011 @ 10:33 PM
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Sure! I'll add it next update!



posted on Jan, 30 2011 @ 10:35 PM
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Great list. I've been looking for something like this.




posted on Jan, 30 2011 @ 10:40 PM
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Have posted this before but I believe it to be relevant to this thread so the last place I'll post it.

Edgar Cayce prophecy (take it as you will). 'Cayce also predicted the possibility of a third world war. He spoke of strifes arising near the Davis Straits, and in Libya, and in Egypt, in Ankara, and in Syria; through the straits around those areas above Australia, in the Indian Ocean and the Persian Gulf."'



posted on Jan, 30 2011 @ 10:46 PM
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Awesome! I was waiting for someone to post a list of all the places that have protests going on lately.

Im not sure if this goes hand in hand with Indonesia, but heres another link about the Papuans rallying for independence. ATS thread

Article



posted on Jan, 30 2011 @ 10:52 PM
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Do not forget Haiti. There is a run off election coming up. A month ago during the election results there were riots, running gun fights with UN occupiers, and looting. The next weeks could be exciting depending on who is placed into the presidency. Celestin is out I heard, and I do not know where sweet mickey is in all of it. Haiti is always crazy, but it does coincide with the rest of the world going crazy.



posted on Jan, 30 2011 @ 11:11 PM
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LOL, and I've said this before about that prophecy: it's a bit like shooting fish in a barrel.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 02:42 AM
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Will you try to gather some more info on that? The thread died on the 26th, and searching Google doesn't bring up much about what happened after the 26th, so it kind of leaves it hanging. If you can bring us up to speed on the present situation there (or at least some political analyst's commentary on what's expected to happen, etc) I'll add it so we can all continue to monitor the situation!

I kind of want this thread to be an index of all the info that's relevant *right now*, as in the last 48 hours and extending into the next few days, so that it doesn't become bloated with superfluous info and hard to navigate. If there's articles or threads that are older but give a good background to a current situation, I'll add both the old and the new threads so it's easy to find both.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 02:56 AM
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posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 12:11 PM
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Definitely a crazy world we live in right now. New member here after being banned from another 3 letter "alternative news" site that I wish to leave nameless so I don't know if this has been shown anywhere at ATS yet. Interactive map of the uprisings and related news:

maps.google.com...



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 12:19 PM
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When I opened that map, I heard angels singing in my head----you know, like in the movies the bright light appears and you hear "laaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!" That.Is.Awesome. Thank you. Will definitely add it.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 03:05 PM
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Great resource!




posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 03:08 PM
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With all of the civil unrest going on around the world right now THIS is looking like a pretty damned good solution.

MOTF!



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 03:17 PM
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@OP:

Trust me, what you need is a one page website that scrolls horizontally in columns by country with the links in descending chronological order.

Just like this: css-tricks.com...

With a little jQuery you could make it into something extraordinary: www.thewebsqueeze.com...

I could build and design it for you in less than 30 minutes if you're serious about this. I just don't think an updated forum thread is the best way of presenting such a useful archive.



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posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 03:25 PM
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I have a website hosted and ready to go. Write some code, I'll give you an FTP account and you can set up the entire subdomain. I'll create any databases you need and whatnot (it's hosted by GoDaddy, so I can do basically anything you need). Linux and SQL, PHP5 I believe. Show me what you've got, and I'll just devote the main domain to the thing, it's a personal website I haven't used in a while. (Not a personalized name, though).
edit on 31-1-2011 by 00nunya00 because: PHP version was wrong



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 03:42 PM
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Very good work! Thankyou so much for your effort. I have bookmarked this thread and will be following closely.Like others have already said, extremely important archive here.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 04:06 PM
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great idea..and of hard work putting on all those links..i appreciate it and once back from the grassland i will try to contribute you desrve it OP..

"POPCORN ANYBODY????"



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 07:14 PM
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Two more good sources of info on what's going on:

Live interactive map updating with random tweets from areas of uprising:

www.mibazaar.com...

Tweet2Speak for Egyptians and others who have had internet access blocked:

search.twitter.com...



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