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Posted by Brennen on Jan-28-2011 17:48:

Riots and Anti-Government Protests in Egypt

http://english.aljazeera.net/watch_now/

Government shuts down internet and cell phone communication and implements a martial law. Push people to the breaking point and this is the result.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/egypts-mubarak-imposes-curfew-after-day-of-protests-rocks-regime/article1886184/


Posted by jester on Jan-28-2011 17:52:

I just wonder where else in the Arab world this will happen. Thing is, if you toss one asshole out, another asshole will replace him and will be much worse.

Anyways, I wish Tunisia and Egypt the best of luck becoming more free.

Who is next on the list? Lebanon, Syria, Saudi Arabia?

One thing, how are things in Algeria, Morocco and Libya?


Posted by Brennen on Jan-28-2011 18:00:

quote:
Originally posted by jester
I just wonder where else in the Arab world this will happen. Thing is, if you toss one asshole out, another asshole will replace him and will be much worse.

Anyways, I wish Tunisia and Egypt the best of luck becoming more free.

Who is next on the list? Lebanon, Syria, Saudi Arabia?

One thing, how are things in Algeria, Morocco and Libya?


From what I'm hearing there is uprising all over the area.


Posted by hardcore trancer on Jan-28-2011 18:12:

This is funny because Egypt has always been called and looked upon as the ideal democracy in the Middle East by Washington. If that is the case then why is that that they are shutting down all social media's and possibly the internet? How is that democracy??

I've already started a thread in PDD if anyone wants to discuss/debate:

http://www.tranceaddict.com/forums/...3&forumid=66&s=


Posted by UXC on Jan-28-2011 18:20:

All these fukin news guys calling it some sort of revolution...

just like when shit hit the fan in Iran and everyone was calling that a revolution.

no revolution going on here, just some angry unorganized people as usual..


Posted by UXC on Jan-28-2011 18:24:

quote:
Originally posted by hardcore trancer
This is funny because Egypt has always been called and looked upon as the ideal democracy in the Middle East by Washington. If that is the case then why is that that they are shutting down all social media's and possibly the internet? How is that democracy??

I've already started a thread in PDD if anyone wants to discuss/debate:

http://www.tranceaddict.com/forums/...3&forumid=66&s=


It is because the United states build the entire Egyptian governmental structure and paid or killed everyone off and insured corruption in the 50s as a part of its stratigic middle east plan. They forced their version of democracy down their throats now for many years and it paid off for them. Without at least having a couple of so-called allies in the middle east it would be harder for the American powers to reach their goals.

Now the average Egyptian is as much of a tool as the average American when it comes to politics. The Americans can do whatever they want to hinder/help the Egyptians as usual and get praised for it And Obama is talking so much shit about this now I cant even believe...


Posted by Brennen on Jan-28-2011 18:28:

quote:
Originally posted by UXC
All these fukin news guys calling it some sort of revolution...

just like when shit hit the fan in Iran and everyone was calling that a revolution.

no revolution going on here, just some angry unorganized people as usual..


How can you organize 15,000+ people? They are not linked to any political party, they are normal people who have had enough.

They just burned down the NDP headquarters.

Full support!!


Posted by Adam420 on Jan-28-2011 18:29:

Good. Mubarak is a piece of shit. I just hope some extremists don't end up replacing the government. That will be even worse.


Posted by UXC on Jan-28-2011 18:32:

quote:
Originally posted by Brennen
How can you organize 15,000+ people? They are not linked to any political party, they are normal people who have had enough.

They just burned down the NDP headquarters.

Full support!!



Sorry my point was, the word revolution gets thrown around.


Posted by Brennen on Jan-28-2011 18:33:

quote:
Originally posted by UXC
Sorry my point was, the word revolution gets thrown around.

That I agree with. Maybe I read your post wrong.


Posted by UXC on Jan-28-2011 18:33:

quote:
Originally posted by Adam420
Good. Mubarak is a piece of shit. I just hope some extremists don't end up replacing the government. That will be even worse.


Thats the plan I would assume. Replace one tool with another worse tool that the people are tricked into thinking is actually a lesser tool. Same story different day/country.

humans...


Posted by UXC on Jan-28-2011 18:34:

quote:
Originally posted by Brennen
That I agree with. Maybe I read your post wrong.


Btw

hope the mic is treating you nice

shhh


Posted by Brennen on Jan-28-2011 18:37:

quote:
Originally posted by UXC
Thats the plan I would assume. Replace one tool with another worse tool that the people are tricked into thinking is actually a lesser tool. Same story different day/country.

humans...


And thats the problem. Fucking shit up is the easy part...getting a working honest government is hard.


Posted by UXC on Jan-28-2011 18:40:

quote:
Originally posted by Brennen
And thats the problem. Fucking shit up is the easy part...getting a working honest government is hard.


Good honest government only exists when there is good honest people to choose from

oh edit:

Good honest people that will not bend to corporate and other governmental pressures...

so yea not happening, especially in the middle east where so many people have so many vested interests (mostly people outside the middle east)


Posted by VERTiG0 on Jan-28-2011 18:46:

I bet Egypt will end up worse-off after this.


Posted by exraver on Jan-28-2011 18:50:

Government forces are leaving Suez.

And it's not just Egypt, also Tunisia, Algeria, Marocco, Yemen, Jordan.

Looks like empire built in last 50 years is falling apart fast.

Poor Israel, they probably shitting their pants now, reality of being surrounded by Iran-like countries has never been so real.


Posted by jester on Jan-28-2011 19:02:

quote:
Originally posted by VERTiG0
I bet Egypt will end up worse-off after this.


Its a high probability thats for sure.


Posted by infinity HiGH on Jan-28-2011 19:09:

quote:
Originally posted by hardcore trancer
This is funny because Egypt has always been called and looked upon as the ideal democracy in the Middle East by Washington. If that is the case then why is that that they are shutting down all social media's and possibly the internet? How is that democracy??


...by Washington


What's hilarious is that these riots were in part started by Julian Assange (remember that terrorist?) of Wikileaks and the leaked US documents that they're trying to cut his head off for.


Posted by exraver on Jan-28-2011 19:09:

http://english.aljazeera.net/watch_now/


Posted by yankeeBaby on Jan-28-2011 19:19:

quote:
Originally posted by VERTiG0
I bet Egypt will end up worse-off after this.



a large possibility of this being true....


Posted by jester on Jan-28-2011 20:08:

Off Topic (different region)...

I heard there is protests in Albania also now. One thing, what happened to Greece. No more protesting? Did they get lazy?

---

Plus there is protests happening in Jordan also :/ There goes the neighbourhood. North Africa and now slowly but surely the rest of the Middle East.

2012 is around the corner


Posted by hardcore trancer on Jan-28-2011 20:08:

quote:
Originally posted by exraver


Looks like empire built in last 50 years is falling apart fast.


About fuckin time I say. The people there have had enough of their corrupted regimes. This movement will grow even bigger I believe. Things changing and they are changing fast and there is nothing the U.S. government can do to stop it.

quote:
Poor Israel, they probably shitting their pants now, reality of being surrounded by Iran-like countries has never been so real.


What scares me now is that the zionist regime may consider using its nukes in the region.


Posted by jester on Jan-28-2011 20:13:

quote:
Originally posted by hardcore trancer
What scares me now is that the zionist regime may consider using its nukes in the region.


They wouldn't use it. Israel would stick to regular missiles to take out military targets. There is no use to use a nuclear weapon, other than killing off 10s of thousands, if not 100s of thousands. It would create more problems and more people will become radicals. The reason why I say it would cause more problems. People here in North America would start destroying synagogues and what not, for shit that happened over there. Which that actually happens all the time. Goes to show how there is some idiotic people on this planet. Something 1000s of kilometers away, they want to import the problem here.


Posted by Vivid Boy on Jan-28-2011 20:17:

thank god. no more friend requests from egyptians on facebook.

they should do the same in nigeria to clean up my email a lil.
but DO NOT fuck with my penis enlargment emails.


Posted by hardcore trancer on Jan-28-2011 20:30:

quote:
Originally posted by jester
They wouldn't use it. Israel would stick to regular missiles to take out military targets.


Knowing Israel's tactics from the past wars I can assure you that they will not just be going after the "military targets". They would target hospitals and schools and will just say that those were terrorists hideouts.

quote:
There is no use to use a nuclear weapon, other than killing off 10s of thousands, if not 100s of thousands. It would create more problems and more people will become radicals.


While I would really hope that this is the case something tells me that the zionist regime would actually cross the line to save their land from the Arabs taking it back.


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