2011 Global / World Wide Riots and Protest Have Started

Riots and protests have begun world wide! This is only the begining. With food prices skyrocketing and inflation setting in along with austerity measures in countries people have had enough. Egypt has been protesting for nine days and already the world is calling for Mubark’s resignation. As the year progresses food and fuel will increase in price along with other basic living essentials Expect to see more of this.
2011 – Riots in Assam, Meghalaya, Northeast India, 4 dead.
2011 – Riots in Arusha, Tanzania, 2 dead and nine people injured
2011 – Riots in Algeria, 2 dead and four hundred people injured in riots linked to food price increases and unemployment
2011 – Riots in Tunisia, at least 78 killed
2011 – Riots in Jos, Nigeria, more than 30 people dead
2011 – Riots in Tirana, Albania, 3 killed, 17 policemen and soldiers were injured, including three seriously, along with 22 civilians
2011 – Riots in Lebanon, following the fall of Saad Hariri‘s government
2011 – Riots in Egypt, at least six killed
2011 – Riots in Tafawa Balewa, Nigeria, 4 killed
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About debtcrisis
Alan Vincent provides insightful commentary on global events from a biblical perspective. He is the founder of a PropheticAlert, a prophetic spiritual discernment ministry that attempts to interpret the evolving chaos and crisis coming upon the earth, in light of Biblical revelation and prophesy. Alan's role as a Prophetic Watchman is to warn of the enormous financial Tsunami that is coming upon the earth - a tidal wave of financial crisis and anguish as the world has never seen throughout all of history.

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