When we now look at the map of the Arab countries and the tense political situations, it may be difficult to see some major bright spots in the peace’s and democracy’s character. Well, historically the Revolutionary destabilization can take years before a final objective will be within the scope.
The overall appearance is quite characteristic of the man in today’s world. Many of the so-called rebels we do not know much about and in some cases, the “lurking” and greedy bosses are just sitting in the background, waiting on the final fall of a sitting dictator only to replace him with a new and perhaps even more bizarre leader.
Many young and educated people have certainly been in the forefront of the fight against the horror regimes, but without a major and organized hinterland, making it easy for the religious and anti-democratic leaders to push a wedge between the moderate rebels and come to the office via their large support base of people, who through their hard striking religious motifs still have a good grip on their members or their supports.
The focal-points will, as we have already seen it spread like wildfire and many items should be put together before it gets better from education, medieval faiths, democratic insight, human respect and, not least, recognition and understanding of the many different cultures. The elderly and conservative generation often have the blinkers sitting close to the head without a greater sense of reality among their own and particularly younger part of the population.
The Mediterranean region has over the long history been a fire point of many wars, revolutions and religious strife, but with the economic harsh realities of today’s world, it would perhaps be that which will contribute to a reconciliation between the parties, when all at a time are forced to cooperate across all whatever impedes the way for the development and peace.
Corruption in both politics and business contexts, of course, also has an influence anywhere in the world and we see today, that this particular factor has played a greater role than most people were aware about and the corrupt politicians and business people continues unabated to mislead quite ordinary people. If this is not stopped, it can easily be that the otherwise quiet and thoughtful people will shed more ammunition to the stake, which may lead to an even greater revolution or war, which is heavy to handle even for the major superpowers.
Education, social justice, jobs and recognition of the man’s most basic needs for a life of dignity must and should be the goal as soon as the world’s most rabid leaders are referred to a pension or imprisonment of life wherever it may be. The Democracy in itself is a heavy form of government, but the best we have and where the freedom of expression is a key part of this concept.
Democracy can unfortunately also be abused by using the rhetoric’s worst elements, including the man’s ability to manipulate people through self-learned or brain-washed indoctrination based on medieval rituals, beliefs and lifestyle.