"Injustice Anywhere Is a Threat to Justice Everywhere." Martin Luther King, Jr.

In society, many people face injustice and want change so that they are able to live better lives. By wanting change, some of these people revolt against the governing body and put themselves into positions to make change. When people in a certain place do so, it may affect other places around the world; some may also revolt against their government or create unrest in support of change. I believe that injustice is a threat to justice around the world.
In certain parts around the world, people are experiencing suppression and censorship by the government they are under. In the Middle East, the Arabic nations that were under a dictatorial rule began to revolt. Some of these nations were successful in the overthrow of their government, removing injustice in the region. However, other nations were not as lucky as injustice still reigned. As a result, some countries around the world also began to revolt against their government; a chain reaction where people wanted equality and justice for themselves. People who feel like they have no rights as citizens may cause the same reactions in other nations; therefore creating a threat to countries that have justice because sparks may erupt from the oppressive countries.
In many parts of the world, injustice in a certain place can spread to a neighboring place. In the Arab Spring of 2011, it began when Mohamed Bouazizi self-immolated himself in front of the Tunisian government under a dictatorial rule. Because of his self-immolation, Tunisia started to revolt against their government because of this injustice. Due to the fight against injustice in this one nation, neighboring Arab nations including Egypt and Libya started to revolt against their nations, where peace used to have existed.   People use other nations who are fighting injustice as an example to fight for their justice. As a result, people in neighboring countries that were originally in peace will fight against their government for more rights than they have...