Tag Archives: Hosni Mubarak

'Military Top Brass Atop Egypt Pyramid'

Saturday, 12 February 2011 David Icke  ‘Now what is [Vice President] Omar Suleiman‘s position? No one knows that he remains in his position as vice president. The government of course is going to be changed. But the top brass, all of the members of this military council, [are] all very close hand-picked generals picked by […]

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‘Military Top Brass Atop Egypt Pyramid’

Saturday, 12 February 2011 David Icke  ‘Now what is [Vice President] Omar Suleiman‘s position? No one knows that he remains in his position as vice president. The government of course is going to be changed. But the top brass, all of the members of this military council, [are] all very close hand-picked generals picked by […]

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Why Mubarak Had to Go

I hope it’s as simple as this. But I doubt it…. Stephen Herrington It’s a jubilant day in Egypt. It’s a terrifying day for potentates. Mubarak was pulled down by a peaceful public protest of the masses, a protest as significant and worthy as any in world history. What follows it is anybody’s guess. But […]

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World Leaders’ Reactions To Egypt President Mubarak’s Resignation

Ask yourselves this:  does democracy REALLY exist???… The Huffington Post | The international spotlight is currently on Egypt, after President Hosni Mubarak stepped down after 18 days of civilian protests against his 30-year rule. Since the beleaguered leader announced his resignation, the streets of Cairo and Alexandria have erupted in a jubilant celebration, and now, […]

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World Leaders' Reactions To Egypt President Mubarak's Resignation

Ask yourselves this:  does democracy REALLY exist???… The Huffington Post | The international spotlight is currently on Egypt, after President Hosni Mubarak stepped down after 18 days of civilian protests against his 30-year rule. Since the beleaguered leader announced his resignation, the streets of Cairo and Alexandria have erupted in a jubilant celebration, and now, […]

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Egyptian Army Commits To Civilian Power Transfer, Peace With Israel

It seems that world priority is always “peace with Israel“. Why? Do they deserve it? I know I’m sounding harsh, but what they’re doing in Gaza and to the Palestinians is far from peaceful. They deserve what they put out. If Israel is doing things in peace, then they too deserve peace, but if not, […]

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Egypt army to shoot commanders?

An Egyptian activist says several Egyptian army officers and soldiers have warned the military that they will no longer shoot protesters, instead they will shoot the commanders. “I think some of them (the army personnel) might join protesters. We have heard some of the officers and soldiers saying if we receive an order to shoot […]

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The Intent of the U.S. Ruling Class Is Total Tyranny: We Must Stop It!

by Gary D. Barnett   As I’m writing this, Egypt is enmeshed in turmoil. The people have literally taken to the streets in opposition to oppressive government. It is about time, and it seems they have had enough. I pray that they are successful in overthrowing the entire Mubarak regime. But why did they wait so […]

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“The People Are Not Ready for Democracy!” Announces the Tyrant

Benjamin R. Barber Author of ‘Strong Democracy’ and ‘Jihad vs. McWorld   Egyptian protesters are being asked to choose between revolution and democracy, and if this is the only choice they are allowed to have, then I say go for revolution. Here’s the dilemma they face: a hectoring set of self-interested leaders including Egypt‘s Mubarak […]

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"The People Are Not Ready for Democracy!" Announces the Tyrant

Benjamin R. Barber Author of ‘Strong Democracy’ and ‘Jihad vs. McWorld   Egyptian protesters are being asked to choose between revolution and democracy, and if this is the only choice they are allowed to have, then I say go for revolution. Here’s the dilemma they face: a hectoring set of self-interested leaders including Egypt‘s Mubarak […]

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