Anton Goryunov is at the Egypt crisis again in Cairo Egypt and thinks civil war there is very weird. Money is getting thrown around there left right and centre.
This is a skeptical review of Democracy Now and the support for the Muslim Brotherhood and the Middle East and North Africa. He singles out Quatar as a country supportive of change. The financial backing on the street is showing signs of why crisis occurs and the financial backing that gives it a boost and pays for the arms on the street.
There are talks about the struggle the United Nation have been having in trying to theoretically understand 60 years of hardship instead of getting in the middle and creating peace.
More talk about US President Barack Obama and Hosni Mubarak combined making a clear point about the similarities rather than the differences between Christianity and Islamic faiths. Choosing words very carefully the US President has sent signals to the Egyptian military who have been given the nod about the financial difficulties and how they are pulling out of financing these arguments. To many people have been hurt over the years and the riots we have seen this week have been beyond the pale.
The financial security from Saudi Arabia is also something worth examining, find out why over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.
Anton Goryunov from Damascus tells his story of how President Bashar al Assad and other influences from around the world have created trouble in Syria?
The first explanations start by mentioning President al Assad then after that he mentions the Libyan rebels then a reminder about the death of Colonel Gaddafi and finally some speculative imaginary instructions if Gaddafi was still alive from one dictator to another.
Syrian people know their way (Photo credit: Ars Electronica)
Find out why Al Qaeda terrorists are what keeps Al Assad going the threats from terrorists he believes can come from anywhere.
Find an interesting contrast between Kofi Annan and Tony Blair also find out all you need to know about Saudi Arabia and Syrian leaders like Mr Annan and the relationships with these big Western nations.
Get the five most important things Western politicians a regretting recently. Decisions like the ones made in the Arab Spring, President al Assad and the decisions he had to legitimate representatives of the Syrian people. And find out a couple of things about Al Qaeda that America and Britain know and don’t want you to know about.