. August 28, 2012 SouthAmerica: Here is a very interesting story about how easy it is today to overthrow the government of a country - I guess this applies to all the countries around the world. Syria proxy war: 'Back to good old colonial games' â August 28, 2012 <iframe width="420" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/wtTKAep0Ti0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> Paris has made its latest move in the political gambit over the Syrian crisis. French President Francois Hollande has called on Syria's opposition to form a provisional government, saying France won't hesitate to recognise it. Our correspondent Tesa Arcilla reports on what this means for the conflict. ************ In a Nutshell: The message that French President Francois Hollande is sending to the world is that remember the 2005 riots in France when France exploded with riots of African Muslim immigrants. As of 2008, the French national institute of statistics INSEE estimated that 11.8 million foreign-born immigrants and their direct descendants (born in France) lived in France representing 19% of the country's population. These foreign-born immigrants came from about 20% of Algerian origin, 15% Moroccan or Tunisia origin, 8% Turkey origin, and the balance came from sub-Saharan Africa (Senegal, Mali, Ivory Coast, Libya, Mauritania), and also from other European countries. French President Francois Hollande is saying that it is "O.K." for these people to start riots and a new revolution in France, and create a new government organized by these revolutionaries â to make it legitimate all you need is for a few African countries to recognize the new group of revolutionaries as the new legitimate government of France. What these immigrants are waiting for in France to start a new French Revolution? According to French President Francois Hollande there's nothing wrong with that. The French love a good revolution â here we go again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! .