5 for Egyptian frontier justice.
I understand that the current Egyptian government is corrupt and had this coming, but can someone explain to me what kicked this whole protesting/lawlessness thing off?
Must have been something pretty intolerable.
For more information:
News and good in-depth analysis
(the Tunisian and Egyptian revolts are doing for Al Jazeera what the Gulf War did for CNN: )
More commentary and analysis
LA Times got a rater good coverage of the situation
Commentary from an Angry Arab-American Atheist Academican (As'ad AbuKhalil)
(useful to gauge the quality of the "experts" the news media rely on)
The CIA has been aggressively fanning the flames and providing logistical support for influential individuals.
The U.S government has a stake in removing mubarak.
Wow, thats a lot of good info.
Ill bet a democracy is on its way, the CIA will see to that.
Historically, revolutions result in virtually the same government with the same institutions being set up... except with different names for everything. See: the French Revolution, Iranian Revolution, Russian Revolution, any change in dynasty in any monarchic country since the beginning of time, etc.
Hopefully, Egypt will be the exception.
I don't see any mention about supposed police enacted "false flags", whatever the hell that's supposed to mean.
I've read in several places that many looters, after being captured, were carrying police ID which implies that they were being ordered to do so in order to undercut the protesters (and force more of them to protect their homes rather than protest). It's merely speculation backed by extensive circumstantial evidence, but there's not enough room in the title for such subtlety.
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But they can't be free. We haven't even invaded yet.
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This is one of the most inspiring things about all of this. Five stars for people taking care of each other.
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