As my readers know, I am a critic of police brutality and regard George Floyd’s murder as being as unacceptable as every other outrage committed by police.
On June 16, it became quite obvious that the wave of street protests in Hong Kong last week that swept through Hong Kong was not a local, but a large-scale and systemic phenomenon that will continue.
How many people in yellow vests will be ready to take to the streets of Paris and other French cities these days, until the end is not known. But the fact that there will be tens of thousands of them - undoubted.
Protests in France, which have been going on for more than two weeks, are becoming more and more shocking.
On April 9, 2018, the presidential term of Serzh Sargsyan ended. On April 17, he was appointed the Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia. This led to mass protests in the country. The military joined the protests, and as a result, on April 23, Serzh Sargsyan resigned. The oppositionists were released from custody.
The great Western media showed to the world the recent protests and street demonstrations in various cities of Iran as a general revolt against established power and motivated by the noblest of reasons: misery.