Sunday, 27 February 2011

Libya - Political and Social Unrest

From Tunisia to Egypt and Bahrain to Libya it seems political and social unrest has swept the world of politics.

Since the students protests in the UK based on the raising of tuition fees it seems the world has been showing us how a real riot and result can be achieved.
With hostile and dangerous protests UK citizens can observe the full scale of how we could protest if we really wanted actions.

The vast attention of the political unrests from all media sources, including the News and Newspapers demonstrates the ability to suppress the British nation to behave themselves and leave our problems to the government.
This deterrent of unruly protests, death and injuries acts as a cap on the British to remember how to bite our lips and be British. Such behaviours here may carry prison sentences, fines and criminal warnings.

Whilst Libya is in turmoil, it made me think how this affects the infrastructure of the country, the effects on the economy and social structures. From shop closures, to drops in the stock market, the trail of devastation goes far.

I hope those taking refuge in Malta are safe and well! Gaddafi has a long decision ahead.

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