In a special episode of Not Rex, Humberto DaSilva reports on Hosni Mubarak's resignation and the people's revolution in Egypt.
"Now the struggle for freedom is moving beyond national or even regional theatres. New, transnational solidarities are springing up. Who can forget the largest mass demonstrations in world history - fuelled by online organizing - that took place on Feb. 15, 2003, when up to 30 million people in 60 countries marched against the imminent invasion of Iraq? It was a day to remember, but the next few decades will see mass actions that dwarf that event."
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This week, Not Rex looks at the Jasmine Revolution -- a street vendor in Tunisia set himself, and the whole Arab world alight. Regime change comes not from imperial armies, but from the streets!