Video: Deadly Riots in Kyrgyzstan – Coming to America Soon

(KurtNimmo) – Riots against the corrupt government in Kyrgyzstan have resulted in more than a hundred dead people. In Bishkek, the nation’s capitol, thousands of protesters stormed the main government building, set fire to the prosecutor’s office and looted state TV headquarters. Government officials were seriously beaten and reported killed. Read More Here

“Demonstrators furious over government corruption and a recent hike in power prices looted the state television and radio building and were marching toward the Interior Ministry,” reports MSNBC. “Elite police opened fire to drive crowds back from government headquarters.”

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(LewRockwell) – Anarchy in the Streets

Chaos often breeds life, when order breeds habit. ~ Henry Adams
How often do discussions on the prospects of a stateless society produce the response that, without government, there would be “anarchy in the streets”? To many people, the streets are symbolic of society, and with good reason: they are the most visible networks through which we interact with one another. They are much like the major arteries (we even use that word to describe streets), veins, and capillaries that transport blood throughout our bodies. Each can be thought of as the carrier of both food and waste to and from individual cells. Read More Here

(HuffingtonPost) – Kyrgyzstan Protests: Opposition Claims Control, At Least 40 People Killed Read More Here

(BBC) – Video: Kyrgyzstan in crisis as clashes escalate – Video Link Here

(ITN) – Kyrgyzstan government ‘resigns’

The Kyrgyz opposition claims it has forced the Central Asian country’s government to resign after a day of violent protests. Read More Here

(Globe&Mail) – Small army to protect Toronto during G20 summit

Police forces have entered into an alliance to deal with the threat of violent protest at Toronto’s G20 summit with as many as 10,000 uniformed officers and 1,000 private security guards teaming up to protect world leaders. Read More Here

(GlobalResearch) – The Global Economic Crisis: Riots, Rebellion and Revolution

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(InfoClearingHouse) – In Kyrgyzstan the Tulips Turn Blood Red

The tulips are pushing up, so it must be time for more political tremors in the home of the “Tulip Revolution,” the mountainous Central Asian republic of Kyrgyzstan. Yesterday demonstrators tried to storm government buildings in the remote administrative center of Talas, and today protest actions swept across the country’s north. Here’s a summary of the latest developments in the Guardian: Read More Here

Video: Kyrgyz govt steps down, over 100 protesters killed in Bishkek riots – opposition

Kyrgyzstan’s President Kurmanbek Bakiyev has reportedly left the country after thousands of protesters, calling for him to step down, clashed with police. The opposition claims one hundred people have been killed, but the country’s Health Ministry, says the number of dead is 40. Continue reading

Commentary: Prosecute sins of Bush-Cheney era – Jack Cafferty

(CNN) – The Bush presidency is thankfully over…but the damage he and Dick Cheney did continues to press on the nerve of the American people like an impacted wisdom tooth. And until the questions surrounding arguably the most arrogant and perhaps most corrupt administration in our history are addressed, the pain won’t go away. Continue reading