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February 27, 2011

Gaddafi's, another silly speech announcing the collapse of a regime.

If the legitimate claims that leed to revolt in North Africa and Middle East
countries are
the same, the course of events shows that it is easier to
a crook (Tunisia) or a traditional dictator (Egypt) than a sick
like Colonel Gaddafi.

[TelLieVision - 1 of 3]

The revolt of the Libyan people is probably felt by the Colonet as clumsiness and lack
of gratitude
from his subjects, which only exasperates the need for recognition of his
hypertrophied ego.
The problem is that he now feels driven to martyrdom, but not before having wiped
those who oppose his will.
Mentally ill or devil's henchman, the treatment Gaddafi
to protesters since the beginning of riots has seriously violated the international
humanitarian law and therefore...
"The UN Security Council voted unanimously Saturday night to impose military and
financial sanctions against Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi and his inner circle and to

refer his
regime's crackdown on protesters to a war crimes tribunal for an investigation
of possible crimes against humanity.
[The Washington Post]

Speaking about Human Rights, why isn't there a way yet to stop mad people BEFORE they
perpetrate genocide and crimes against humanity? It usually takes too long a time before
they come to an end 'spontaneously'... haven't we learned but nothing from the past?

The official seat of the International Criminal Court is in
The Hague, but its proceedings
may take place anywhere
so we're [I am] expecting to see Gaddafi respond for his crimes
before a Libyan court.

***Avaaz is working urgently to "blackout-proof" the protests - with secure satellite modems
and phones, tiny video cameras, and portable radio transmitters, plus expert support teams on
the ground -- to enable activists to
broadcast live video feeds even during internet and phone
and ensure the oxygen of international attention fuels their courageous movements
for change.

February 26, 2011

February 24, 2011

February 17, 2011

Bahrain yesterday, from an expat friend...

Bahrain protesters reclaim Pearl roundabout
in central Manama
Feb. 19th: The standoff in central Manama ends with troops moving out
and the return of jubilant demonstrators demanding change.

2011–2012 Bahraini uprising - WIKI

February 16, 2011

ParisPointGriset is 4-years-old!

Happy 4th Anniversary PPG!

ParisPointGriset & G@ttoGiallo in images on Google.

The best present comes from the 'Cartoon Movement' with this image
[by Sherif Arafa] which is worth a long speech on this year's unexpected
change in the course of history


February 11, 2011

From the deplorable Mubarak's speech to #Feb11

For those who can read between the lines, it sounded something like this:
"Friends, Egyptians, countrymen, lend me your ears;
I shall stay to deceive the Egyptians, not to let them free.
The evil that men do lives after them;
The good, if any, is oft interred with their bones;
So let it be with us. The international Press
Hath told you I was to leave:
If it were so, it was a grievous fault,
And grievously hath I answered it.
Here, come I to speak in Egypt funeral.

Jan 10/2011
- Hosni Mubarak gave a speech in which he was anticipated to announce
his resignation...
instead, the 82-year-old Egyptian president repeated his intention to
remain in power
until the presidential elections in September.
... Then Egyptians hold 'Farewell Friday' tomorrow, on 18th protests' day !

Finally, on late Febrary 11/2011 afternoon, Al Jazeera live announces...

6:03pm: Omar Suleiman says: President Hosni Mubarak has waived the office of president.

He's gone. He's resigned - 30 years of Mubarak rule is over.
Jubilation breaks out across Egypt. Flags waving. Joyous scenes in Tahrir Square, Alexandria,
Suez... and even Paris/Griset !

Enjoy with Egyptian people on AJ live blog
Today is #feb11 on Twitter.

I've never appreciated 'dominoes' until now,
Isn't it curious?

And, besides...
people say
there's no 2 without 3.

Who's next?

February 10, 2011

In Graffito Veritas, says Le Mur

Le Mur - #89 - KefliOne - February 10/2011


February 07, 2011

Are you desperately seeking G@tto ?

Well, he's virtually moved in Middle East.
, you can keep his trail...

All the rest is silence, almost.

° ° °

February 03, 2011

Starring on February 3, the Rabbit !


1927, 1939, 1951, 1963,
1975, 1987, 1999, 2011

Chinese community's traditional parades in Paris on February 6/2011
Places and departure time:
1:30 pm, Paris 20, Belleville/M° Couronnes
- 1:30 pm, Paris 13, 44 avenue d'Ivry
- 3:00 pm, Paris 4, City Hall

Despite his departure from China almost a year ago, Google proudly
its special logo for the Chinese New Year's Eve under the
It also features the Chinese character (fu), [Happiness]
upside down,
whicht is auspicious, according to Chinese tradition.

This logo visible on the Google homepage search engine google.com.hk represents a rabbit
in the t
raditional Chinese paper cut style.

A rabbit statue in porcelain, 8.20 meter high and 9.6 wide, has been built
in the
city of Jingdezhen, China's Jiangxi Province, to celebrate the Chinese
of the Rabbit.
The giant statue, - mounted on People's Square - has a metal frame
covered with
plates of 30 000 blue and white porcelain.
Since the Song Dynasty, 1700 years ago, Jingdezhen is known as the
porcelain city".

This year, a New Year-themed cartoon posted on a popular Chinese website seems to have
rankled officials.
Censors have deleted the video, in an apparent reaction to its biting political
The message for many is clear: pushed too hard, the Chinese people may one day rise
up and overthrow their Communist leaders.


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