KFC in Tahrir Square smashed by protesters….
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Egyptians merely removing “Peter” Mubarak for “Paul” ( insert an Egyptian name) does not in the least begin to address the fundamentals of:-
A. The poverty and lack of development and want of sovereignty in Egypt related to the nature of the World Bank/IMF conditionalities imposed on the Egyptian nation.
B. Egypt’s relationship with the US and Israel.
C. A vision of a society that is led not by puppets manipulated by US and Western interests, but a leadership that actually is of the people, for the people and stands by the people – as distinct from a movement of protest so far twittered from afar and directed towards the maintenance of a status quo changing the face of “Peter” for “Paul” without addressing any structural changes that brought on the crisis in the first place. At a deeper level – surely – the protest movement if it is to be meaningful and effective for the welfare of the Egyptian people has to go well beyond – Mubarak must go ( we don’t like him). What he did and has consistently accomplished is being a puppet for the puppet masters in the US supporting and dictating what he must do in the best interest of US and not Egyptian foreign or domestic policy interests. This picture is one that is replicated around the world, and for decades in the post World War 11 era has significantly been played out in Latin America among many other satellite outposts around the world. ( Read on) – there is the point very well explained.
( READ ALSO) – The Protest Movement in Egypt: “Dictators” do not Dictate, They Obey Orders
by Michel Chossudovsky
Global Research, January 29, 2011
The Mubarak regime could collapse in the a face of a nationwide protest movement… What prospects for Egypt and the Arab World?
in this sentence, the word 3amil means spy or traitor, and not cleint.. the spelling is the same but it has two different meanings, spy/traitor making more sense in this sentence
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Hossam el-Hamalawy is an Egyptian journalist from Cairo