Discussion in 'Freedom of Expression' started by Anonymous, Feb 13, 2011.
Gabon, Iran, Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria, whatever, wherever, it doesn't matter, because it's all the same. All dictators, all those who oppose the rights of their people to peaceably have their voices heard, should know this: "You have no chance to survive make your time."
I wish that were the case, but many of the protesters in these country are lacking one crucial element to their success; the support of the military.
All I can say is this; these autocrats are showing, with their very actions (restricting net access, arresting protesters and enforcing curfews, etc.) just how out of touch they are with the world. And such actions will only further motivate those who oppose such regimes.
It's like they're asking to be overthrown by the people.
Andre Mba Obame isn't doing Gabon any favors by claiming to be the legitimate president, last thing Gabon needs is a Cote d'Ivoire situation to occur.
Journalists on strike in #Gabon: «We want our dignity & independence in treatment of news and information» #OpGabon
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