By Gilbert Mercier and Liam Fox - Taken from http://newsjunkiepost.com/
Even though the revolution / occupy in Egypt is still at an uncertain, fluid stage, they’ve already made an irreversible geopolitical impact in the Middle-East, and beyond. If 9/11/2001 marked the start of a dark chapter in world history, 2/11/2011 may have been the beginning of a new era of positive global systemic changes challenging a worldwide unsustainable course of development.
Its progeny, the Occupy movement in America, is only four months old. Taking root in the labor uprising in Madison, Wisconsin, the movement has spread across the country. Occupy camps have sprung up one after the other, and, one after the other, have been struck down by the authorities. The 99 percent are struggling to gain a foothold, but, so far, they’ve achieved little more than providing new slogans to be exploited by political campaigns and establishment activists. Read the rest of this entry →