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Egyptian protesters denounce Mubarak; 3 killed

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Like the overthrown of Shah in Iran 1979, the islamic world were frustrated their leaders who were supported by the west!Pay back time is due...

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We are witnessing history in the making that will shape the future of the Middle East. The Suddenly Open Defiance Alliance of Pissed Off People (SODA POP) rising up in the Middle East will spread across the landscape like fire.

Hosni Mubarak will be the next one to catch a flight out to Saudi Arabia if he has the chance to escape before they shut down Cairo. I may be wrong, but it looks a lot like Obama encouraged the demonstrators/revolutionaries in his State of the Union address tonight.

Many of these revolutionaries are Islamic militants who have been stirring the pot for some time now. This is happening hand in hand with widespread persecution/exodus of Christians in the Middle East. They would be only too happy to kick out the US backed corrupt governments that march to Washington’s drum. The puppets of Arabia must be pissing their pants/robes and loading their gold into cargo containers, while drafting exit strategies to South America.

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Japlan:

" We are witnessing history in the making that will shape the future of the Middle East. "

Exactly. But alas, that is no reason to celebrate for us. The radical theocracies that will emerge in these countries will makes us feel nostalgic for the oppressive regimes of today soon.

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Carthage (Tunisia) has once again proved to be the innovator for people around the world. While the globalists are enforcing their police state in the US (TSA scanners, Fed takeover of local police, FEMA camps) other nations are calling out this tyranny/corruption and forcing the financial terrorists to flee in jets with their gold looking for a safe harbor.

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There is no guarantee that radical theocracies will be the result of open elections. I would think that a democracy, even if a partial theocracy, would be better than a totalitarian regime. The Egyptians have a right to give it a chance. It's their country. Who are we to complain?

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Well this is going to be interesting. Maybe some kind of compromise can be reached for a stable transition to a more equitable government and away from the European-backed Egyptian hardliners.

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You read it here first with Japlan. Who knows if Mubarak is even in the country? This today:

Egypt president's son, family flee to Britain Arab Herald Wednesday 26th January, 2011 (IANS)

"Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak's son who is considered as his successor has fled to Britain along with his family, US-based Arabic website Akhbar al-Arab reported".

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I just get a kick out of the sudden name change when there are protests against the government. Egypt isn't Egypt anymore, it's "the US backed Egyptian regime." But we never hear statements about the "European backed Cuban regime." It's just Cuba. And the funny thing is the same people rushing to attach Egypt and the US at the hip are most likely the same people take the opposite position when the US strictly limits cooperation with countries like Cuba or Iran or Venezuela.

The moral of the story is...damned if you do, damned if you don't.

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