Comments:Unrest spreads to Morocco; police violently break up demonstrations
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It seems that the entire world is starting to fall apart, and revolution is everywhere. Is this a good thing? Revolution led to Stalin's rule, but it also led to the birth of the US (like it or not). Will the revolutions inspire revolts in other parts of the world, such as new Irish civil war? Is it reason to worry?
Not too worried to be honest. I'm an Australian with an Arab background, and as much as I hate all the violence - I'm glad to see "my people" doing something to better there situation. In fact I can't remember the last time the Middle East managed to be so united about something. If the countries could unite and finally work together perhaps there might be some positive change in the region.
Then again, would unity in the Middle East be something for the rest of the world to worry about? No idea.
As far as Ireland goes, there does seem to be a rise in tension in the region since these events began in the Middle East. Then again, maybe it's not new and it's just talked about and reported now, because of the recent events in the region.
To be honest I'm not that worried either. Societies are naturally prone to a bit of instability, and indeed, I would be uneasy if there were NO unrest in the world.