Blog/Civil Unrest

France Blocks Reports of Protests Against Muslim Population

  There is a rising discontent in France, which has the largest Muslim population in Europe. Many French see their language and culture as being suppressed by [...]

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Hong Kong Anti-Mask Riot – Will this Become a Worldwide Contagion?

The protest in Hong Kong over remove all masks has a deeper concern which has sparked the most violent protests yet. China’s “social compliance [...]

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Indonesia Riots Over New Laws

The contagion of discontent exists. I have studied this interesting phenomenon from ancient times to the present. We have witnessed massive rioting in Hong Kong and [...]

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Italy Seizes Missile from Far Right Activists

The tensions in Europe continue to rise as the entire refugee issue has led to a major polarization within Europe. In Italy, the BBC reported that an anti-terrorism [...]

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Cultural Differences in the United States

QUESTION: Hi Martin, I have been reading your blog for about 5yrs now. Do you think that the Alabama “anti-abortion” bill could be one of the [...]

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Director of UK Charity Calls for Acid Attack on Nigel Farage

The policy director of a UK charity that “campaigns to increase happiness” was fired after calling for Brexit leader Nigel Farage to be doused in acid. [...]

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Suicide Rate Doubles in France Among Police

The Yellow Vest movement is turning into a major confrontation demanding Macrone leave office. The French police are now protesting after 28 officers have committed [...]

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Food Riots of 1795 Due to Climate Change

The British had a long tradition of striking tokens for political purposes. There were political tokens against the American Revolution. Some pictured Thomas Paine [...]

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Fashions Turning to Civil Unrest for Inspiration

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I am in the fashion industry and it becomes painfully obvious that there are cycles in fashion. You have mentioned before the economic [...]

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The Rising Political Violence

  The Make America Great Again was actually a slogan used by Ronald Reagan who became one of the more popular presidents in postwar history. A Tennessee man [...]

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