Hey there dear readers, this blog has taken a hit in the past few weeks. So many things have been going on, making it difficult to put out new blog posts. I thought that the worst of it is over, but surprise! There is still so much going on, making it hard to stay focused. Well, life is full of surprises, and that is something that will never change. Thus, I will continue to blog and try my best to keep you updated and entertained in the days to come.
This is a political cartoon that is proving to be true in the Middle East and North Africa, with the potential to spread even to the countries of Asia. However, it is unfortunate that the momentum has lost its steam along these lines, for the Communists have carefully prepared for the coming wave. China and Vietnam have been successful in preventing the Jasmine Revolution from hitting their respective frontiers, blocking the flow information and bitterly smashing any signs of dissent from the population.
Even so, I am optimistic that the change sweep across Asia as it is doing in the Middle East. The difference here is that the Communist system has established a monopoly in every aspect of the country, so it is without a doubt that any challenge to this extreme totalitarian regime will take much longer t0 develop. That being said, the days of the Communists are numbered.
This is especially true in Vietnam’s case. The countless betrayals of the Vietnamese Communist Party continues to erode their legitimacy, making them weaker than their counterparts in China. The stupid governing of the Vietnamese Communist Party is slowly pushing their people to the breaking point, and ever closer to a real revolution. The same can be said in China, though they are in a more advantageous position over their own people than the Vietnamese Communists.
So for these reasons, the amazing accomplishments that have created a domino effect in the Middle East and North Africa has much potential in reaching Asia. But because the Communists have such a tight grip on the people, it will take longer for the movements to cultivate. Even so, the people of Asia want democracy. Vietnam, China, Burma, and all the other dictatorships are fighting for their very existence, and even one spark can change the course of history. Let’s fight for it together.
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