Egypt goes berserk

Discussion in 'Freedom of Expression' started by Anonymous, Jan 25, 2011.

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  1. mojo Member

  2. Anonymous Member

    Vice President Omar Suleiman warned Tuesday that "we can't put up with" continued protests in Tahrir for a long time, saying the crisis must be ended as soon as possible in a sharply worded sign of increasing regime impatience
    "Won't Get Fooled Again" is a song by the rock band The Who. It is based upon the idea of revolution, somewhat cynically portraying the hope surrounding the concept – "I tip my hat to the new constitution/Take a bow for the new revolution" – and the disappointment that the new regime is the same as the old one – "Meet the new boss/Same as the old boss".
  3. Etain Member

    The protester's don't trust the government and who can blame them? Letting Mubarak stay there until September is just asking for trouble. By waiting it gives him time to re-assert his power and he would end up making examples of anyone who opposed him.

    He needs to leave NOW.
  4. Nemesis91 Member

    A video that i think you should see.

    a photo :


    LOL :
  5. prot Member

  6. Booboo.Craze Member

    Red Cross, Food Bank, etc will not do anything the government doesn't approve of... most people buy things and take them to people directly...
  7. DeathHamster Member

    The skill of hot-wiring a light post is one that I hope to never need to acquire. I'm surprised that the government didn't cut the power.
  8. WMAnon Member

    On that note: you can't donate blood to the makeshift hospitals in Tahrir Square right now, but you can donate to your local Red Cross. There is no part of any country that has "too much" blood in stock, and when you donate blood to the Red Cross they make a small profit from selling it to hospitals, money that is then used for all that "helping people" stuff.

    If you want to make a direct monetary donation to the Red Cross/Red Crescent people on the ground in Egypt, here's their FAQ. I'd suggest donating to the general fund so that the money goes wherever it's needed in the region right now. With Yemen, Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, and Iran all jumping on the partyvan, there's going to be a lot of need in the whole region over the next couple months.

    Red Crescent updates on Egypt:
  9. Anonymous Member



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  10. Rockyj Member
  11. Damn- Egyptians are brave!
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  12. Anonymous Member

  13. Booboo.Craze Member

  14. Anonymous Member

  15. Anonymous Member

    About time April 6th got some attention. Those faggots really deserve it.
  16. Jeff Jacobsen Member

    The Egyptians have been good at escalating the pressure on Mubarak. Add another protest site at Parliament. Unions start protesting. Schedule "world's largest funeral" for the 300 who have died so far. And still staying calm and organized. I'm impressed.

    I read someplace that Al Qaeda is essentially becoming obsolete, since these successful peaceful revolutions show you don't need to resort to terrorism to topple a bad regime.
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  17. exOT8Michael Member

  18. Etain Member

    And we are also further proof of that.
  19. Anonymous Member

    Mubarak's wife is the President of the Egyptian Red Crescent.
  20. Rockyj Member

    Anderson Coopers kicks Mubarak & his Thugs in the ASS!

  21. WMAnon Member

    That's unfortunate.
  22. Anonymous Member

    Another van plows through a crowd, except this time, the protesters get their revenge:

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  23. Rockyj Member

    CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 tonight seems to be the ONLY USA journalist who is reporting on the lies Mubarak & his Thug's are telling the Egyptian people & the world!
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  24. exOT8Michael Member

  25. Anonymous Member

    Actually, MSNBC has been doing a pretty good job as well, especially with Cenk Uygur being a very useful addition to the network.
  26. Anonymous Member

  27. Anonymous Member

    OP = sry 4 berserk
  28. whosit Member

    Oh Egypt. Why don't you actually fight for real freedom. You even have the ultra liberals freaking out you fucktards

    You (Egypt) are a bunch of whiny bitches.

    Jews are to blame.
  29. whosit Member

    Wouldn't be really awesome if the Egyptian youth movement disavowed the Muslim Brotherhood and pushed for a secular representative government that didn't give a shit about religion?

    Too bad that will never happen.
  30. Anonymous Member

  31. whosit Member

    waiting for jihaddddddddddddddddddddddddddd

  32. mojo Member

  33. Anonymous Member

    Not so liberal when it comes to the self-determination of the Egyptian people. Netanyahu and Faisal run this.

    Also, this:
    Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit said, "Do we want the armed forces to assume the responsibility of stabilizing the nation through imposing martial law, and army in the streets?"
  34. Booboo.Craze Member

    on AL ARABIYA : Prime Minister ahmad Shafeek said that MUBARAK MIGHT STEP DOWN SOON

  35. Silly433 Moderator

    so it seems its finally happening
  36. Anonymous Member

    NBC reporting Mubarak stepping down!
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  37. Anonymous Member

  38. mojo Member

    CNN - Leader of Egypt's ruling party National Democratic Party expects Mubarak to accomodate the demands of youth.Le
    ader of Egypt's ruling National Democratic Party expects President Mubarak to accommodate 'demands of youth.' Leader of Egypt's ruling National Democratic Party expects President Mubarak to accommodate 'demands of
  39. mojo Member

  40. Kilia Member

    Blessings and Peace for Egypt!
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