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reply to post by MichiganSwampBuck
I do have question. What do you mean by anti-government: 1) against all government in principle or 2) just against the current regime?
Ok, to end this...I am Ukrainian and right now I am so proud to be able to have that claim. I am watching intently the events unfolding and while I know it's not the same issue, it is the same issue. Government control where people have had enough.
People have been growing in awareness at an accelerated speed for about 15-17 years - since widespread Internet and cell phone use took hold. Knowledge has an effect on people - it changes perceptions and behavior. There has been tension in the world forever - here and there, but it does seem as though something has shifted. If I'm wrong that's ok - I'll go back to the drawing board. I just believe there is a significant impact that is culminating now - as people more readily see the truth.
TextLAGOS – Nigeria’s naira currency crashed and the fixed income and bond markets closed on news that President Goodluck Jonathan has suspended the Central Bank governor who disclosed billions of petrodollars are missing from the coffers of Africa’s biggest oil producer. Financial analysts say the naira plummeted from 163 to 169 to the U.S. dollar when Jonathan’s statement became public. The Central Bank’s fixed income and bond market stopped trading. The stock exchange remained open. Analyst Bismarck Rewane warned of “a very difficult time” for the naira and Nigerian financial market in the near-term. www.peaceau.org...
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