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janey's Little Sock News Thread - Egypt Protests Updates - Mass protest day Tuesday

 
Nikki_LaVey

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Did I say that? No. Common enemies make strange bed fellows. Ever heard of that? This people's revolution, allowed to flower on its own, will not allow a conservative sexist fundamentalist group to lead them into the future. However, they can join the revolution if their members so choose....
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Gawd you are Naive!
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No, I would say that not supporting a revolution because you dont like the fact the MB members are supporting it is reactionary to the extreme. Grow up!
 Quoting: Nikki_LaVey


Bingo!

If Egypt ends up under reactionary to the extreme Muslims and not moderate Muslims or secular ones. We lose not only an ally we lose a balance of power that could cause a multitude of problems for the whole world!
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Revolutions do not follow a clear playbook for you. Live with it....


Like I said, be optimistic and have confidence that this revolution is a positive development.

If you are too scared to support it,,,, just stand aside and watch....


I am on the side line on this one.

The less bloodshed the better!
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Obviously, the MB are anti Mubarak along with the majority of the Egyptian people and will support a revolution against him. Duh!

What do you expect people to do? Stop the revolution to fight against the Muslim Brotherhood?

The majority of the protesters have already made clear that they do not want religious fundamentalism to lead their revolution.

Havent you noticed that from all the footage we have seen?
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So where are the women??? Certainly Egypt is not 90% male.
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CNN reporter:

One reason that White House isn't pushing Mubarak out is that no one knows who would replace him.

I tend to agree with that. One thing that the protesters have to do is get organized. They need to agree on a face, or several faces, to lead and represent them.
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The egyptian outcry is an archetype in motion now.
You can't stop running water.


Revolution.
No choice.
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Actually the Egyptians were great at controlling water.

You have a Bumper Sticker Life!


Lordie I'm a bitch tonight!

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Egyptian state TV anchor resigns over demo coverage

Tue Feb 1, 2011 6:57pm GMT

CAIRO Feb 1 - An Egyptian news anchor has resigned from state television after 20 years for what she said was a "lack of ethical standards" in its coverage of Egypt's mass protests calling for the ousting of the president.

Egypt's many state channels played down the protests in the first days, but gave them 24-hour coverage from Friday.

Soha el-Nakash said she presented five programmes for state news channel Nile News on Jan. 26, the second day of the protests, and was dismayed the streets of Cairo were portrayed as calm when in fact thousands of people were demonstrating.

"I have decided I will not go back again," she told Reuters on Tuesday. "I left because the state TV coverage of the protests lacked the minimum level of ethical standards.

"During my breaks, I went to join my colleagues who were gathered around TV screens watching other news channels and we all saw ongoing violent mass protests rallying across Egypt," she said.
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CNN reporter:

One reason that White House isn't pushing Mubarak out is that no one knows who would replace him.

I tend to agree with that. One thing that the protesters have to do is get organized. They need to agree on a face, or several faces, to lead and represent them.
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See this is just what I am saying!
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[link to www.kjct8.com]

For Travelers, Cairo's Safest View Is From A Plane
Uncertainty Grows Over Security


TAREK EL-TABLAWY, AP Business Writer
POSTED: 7:13 am MST February 1, 2011

CAIRO -- Thousands of foreigners flocked to Cairo's airport, some scuffling with airline staff while others dug deep into their pockets to pay a final bribe before they would be able to contemplate the chaos engulfing Egypt from the safety of an aircraft's window at 30,000 feet.

More than 18,000 passengers converged on Cairo International Airport on Tuesday, frantic for a way out. Their numbers were eclipsed only by the 250,000 demonstrators massed in the capital's downtown - the epicenter of a protest movement to oust Egypt's ruler of 30 years, Hosni Mubarak.

The scene downtown was more organized than at the airport, where the strains of a week of unrest were showing on tourists and foreigners who for years had called Egypt home. Adding to the sense of urgency was an order from the U.S. State Department for all non-emergency personnel and their families to leave. Washington had, until Tuesday, just suggested it would be a good idea to go.

That was easier said than done.

"People holding tickets had difficulties getting on the plane, because the airport in Cairo is pure chaos," Canadian tourist Tristin Hutton, 44, said after his plane landed at Germany's Frankfurt airport. "The terminals are full of panicking people."
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Some people here don't seem to have realised what this is about & continue to recite the same tired old paradigm that has been practised by the CIA against the interests of the freedom & liberty all over the world.

This subversion & corruption of other countries political processes serves the interests of an International cabal that cares nothing for the US or anyone else.

The US has merely been used as the hired muscle & the bankroll.

That paradigm is over.

This is about the people rejecting the IMF & the corrupt politicians that are their rent boys & the people taking back the power.

It's the new black & it's coming to a country near you soon as more people wake to the fact we have been sold into debt slavery by these criminals.

This 'extreme Muslim' shit is bogus.

This is about people not being frightened of liberty, their own or others.

Get with the program.

& if you support the military that's great. the best way you can do that is to bring them home to fight the real terrorists running our governments & corporations.
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Obviously, the MB are anti Mubarak along with the majority of the Egyptian people and will support a revolution against him. Duh!

What do you expect people to do? Stop the revolution to fight against the Muslim Brotherhood?

The majority of the protesters have already made clear that they do not want religious fundamentalism to lead their revolution.

Havent you noticed that from all the footage we have seen?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1252230


I'm seeing all kinds of mixed messages out of Egypt.

Hear is my personal problems and Islamic Egypt will cause me (Yes this post is all about Me Me Me)

I really love Egyptian History, and if an Islamic Government takes hold there I am in danger of being hung just by breathing Muslim Air!

See here is the thing you haven't figured out is I'm a Post Op Transsexual therefore they are compelled to kill me!

OK I lied this isn't all about me it is about the amazing historical sites and artifacts in Egypt!

I keep remember the Taliban blowing up two wonderful Buddhas because it was an offence to Allah.

With a moderate Muslim Government it's just me that can't go but with an extreme Muslim the world loses part of it's history.
 Quoting: Nikki_LaVey


You arent the only one that would be killed by fascist religious fundies. Although that isnt an accurate description of the Muslim Brotherhood as presently led IMO. They are more a conservative grouping, not even as bad as the moral majority types of the US. They arent fanatically threatening to more moderate folk. You describe groups like Islamic Jihad, and they are no where to be seen. I dont politically support the Muslim Brotherhood, but I or you shouldnt feel mortally threatened by them either. Their participation in a positive revolution is legitimate so your fear is misplaced....
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Obviously, the MB are anti Mubarak along with the majority of the Egyptian people and will support a revolution against him. Duh!

What do you expect people to do? Stop the revolution to fight against the Muslim Brotherhood?

The majority of the protesters have already made clear that they do not want religious fundamentalism to lead their revolution.

Havent you noticed that from all the footage we have seen?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1252230



So where are the women??? Certainly Egypt is not 90% male.
 Quoting: Tantrumtamer



They are home with their families.
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RT @brit_newsman: #Egypt 'Police stabbed protesters in Alexandria as terror campaign mounts. Threats 2 families & widespread intimidation' - aljazeera #jan25 4 minutes ago via web
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Actually the Egyptians were great at controlling water.

You have a Bumper Sticker Life!


Lordie I'm a bitch tonight!
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Obviously, the MB are anti Mubarak along with the majority of the Egyptian people and will support a revolution against him. Duh!

What do you expect people to do? Stop the revolution to fight against the Muslim Brotherhood?

The majority of the protesters have already made clear that they do not want religious fundamentalism to lead their revolution.

Havent you noticed that from all the footage we have seen?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1252230



So where are the women??? Certainly Egypt is not 90% male.
 Quoting: Tantrumtamer



They are home with their families.

 Quoting: Nikki_LaVey


Ohhhh, is THAT where they keep them. Lovely.
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Obviously, the MB are anti Mubarak along with the majority of the Egyptian people and will support a revolution against him. Duh!

What do you expect people to do? Stop the revolution to fight against the Muslim Brotherhood?

The majority of the protesters have already made clear that they do not want religious fundamentalism to lead their revolution.

Havent you noticed that from all the footage we have seen?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1252230



So where are the women??? Certainly Egypt is not 90% male.
 Quoting: Tantrumtamer


I heard they were there today, and in the square during most of the day. But no,,, in the face of violent conflict the women support from the rear. Nothing wrong with that....
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Some people here don't seem to have realised what this is about & continue to recite the same tired old paradigm that has been practised by the CIA against the interests of the freedom & liberty all over the world.

This subversion & corruption of other countries political processes serves the interests of an International cabal that cares nothing for the US or anyone else.

The US has merely been used as the hired muscle & the bankroll.

That paradigm is over.

This is about the people rejecting the IMF & the corrupt politicians that are their rent boys & the people taking back the power.

It's the new black & it's coming to a country near you soon as more people wake to the fact we have been sold into debt slavery by these criminals.

This 'extreme Muslim' shit is bogus.

This is about people not being frightened of liberty, their own or others.

Get with the program.

& if you support the military that's great. the best way you can do that is to bring them home to fight the real terrorists running our governments & corporations.
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Are you already married? :) Because I think I love you.
hf

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Obviously, the MB are anti Mubarak along with the majority of the Egyptian people and will support a revolution against him. Duh!

What do you expect people to do? Stop the revolution to fight against the Muslim Brotherhood?

The majority of the protesters have already made clear that they do not want religious fundamentalism to lead their revolution.

Havent you noticed that from all the footage we have seen?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1252230


I'm seeing all kinds of mixed messages out of Egypt.

Hear is my personal problems and Islamic Egypt will cause me (Yes this post is all about Me Me Me)

I really love Egyptian History, and if an Islamic Government takes hold there I am in danger of being hung just by breathing Muslim Air!

See here is the thing you haven't figured out is I'm a Post Op Transsexual therefore they are compelled to kill me!

OK I lied this isn't all about me it is about the amazing historical sites and artifacts in Egypt!

I keep remember the Taliban blowing up two wonderful Buddhas because it was an offence to Allah.

With a moderate Muslim Government it's just me that can't go but with an extreme Muslim the world loses part of it's history.
 Quoting: Nikki_LaVey


You arent the only one that would be killed by fascist religious fundies. Although that isnt an accurate description of the Muslim Brotherhood as presently led IMO. They are more a conservative grouping, not even as bad as the moral majority types of the US. They arent fanatically threatening to more moderate folk. You describe groups like Islamic Jihad, and they are no where to be seen. I dont politically support the Muslim Brotherhood, but I or you shouldnt feel mortally threatened by them either. Their participation in a positive revolution is legitimate so your fear is misplaced....
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I nor you have any idea what people who end up in control and what their ideas are until this is all over.

I hope that my fear is misplaced.

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Obviously, the MB are anti Mubarak along with the majority of the Egyptian people and will support a revolution against him. Duh!

What do you expect people to do? Stop the revolution to fight against the Muslim Brotherhood?

The majority of the protesters have already made clear that they do not want religious fundamentalism to lead their revolution.

Havent you noticed that from all the footage we have seen?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1252230



So where are the women??? Certainly Egypt is not 90% male.
 Quoting: Tantrumtamer



They are home with their families.
 Quoting: Nikki_LaVey

Protesting during some of the day so Men can sleep and protect them at night! Come on sheep. This has been going on for how many days?
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Some people here don't seem to have realised what this is about & continue to recite the same tired old paradigm that has been practised by the CIA against the interests of the freedom & liberty all over the world.

This subversion & corruption of other countries political processes serves the interests of an International cabal that cares nothing for the US or anyone else.

The US has merely been used as the hired muscle & the bankroll.

That paradigm is over.

This is about the people rejecting the IMF & the corrupt politicians that are their rent boys & the people taking back the power.

It's the new black & it's coming to a country near you soon as more people wake to the fact we have been sold into debt slavery by these criminals.

This 'extreme Muslim' shit is bogus.

This is about people not being frightened of liberty, their own or others.

Get with the program.

& if you support the military that's great. the best way you can do that is to bring them home to fight the real terrorists running our governments & corporations.
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Are you already married? :) Because I think I love you.
hf

clappa
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I love you too. Where shall we live when we're married, Canada or the UK? Can we live in Canada? x

hf
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Obviously, the MB are anti Mubarak along with the majority of the Egyptian people and will support a revolution against him. Duh!

What do you expect people to do? Stop the revolution to fight against the Muslim Brotherhood?

The majority of the protesters have already made clear that they do not want religious fundamentalism to lead their revolution.

Havent you noticed that from all the footage we have seen?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1252230



So where are the women??? Certainly Egypt is not 90% male.
 Quoting: Tantrumtamer


I heard they were there today, and in the square during most of the day. But no,,, in the face of violent conflict the women support from the rear. Nothing wrong with that....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1252230


Yeah, nothing wrong with letting the men run the world. Certainly not.
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Obviously, the MB are anti Mubarak along with the majority of the Egyptian people and will support a revolution against him. Duh!

What do you expect people to do? Stop the revolution to fight against the Muslim Brotherhood?

The majority of the protesters have already made clear that they do not want religious fundamentalism to lead their revolution.

Havent you noticed that from all the footage we have seen?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1252230



So where are the women??? Certainly Egypt is not 90% male.
 Quoting: Tantrumtamer



They are home with their families.

 Quoting: Nikki_LaVey


Ohhhh, is THAT where they keep them. Lovely.
 Quoting: Tantrumtamer



Yeah they don't fall for any of the Feminist Bullshit women are for cooking, cleanin', and having sex, raising the children. many aren't allowed to work outside the home.

I don't hear a lot of shouting about women's rites.
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So where are the women??? Certainly Egypt is not 90% male.
 Quoting: Tantrumtamer



They are home with their families.

 Quoting: Nikki_LaVey


Ohhhh, is THAT where they keep them. Lovely.
 Quoting: Tantrumtamer



Yeah they don't fall for any of the Feminist Bullshit women are for cooking, cleanin', and having sex, raising the children. many aren't allowed to work outside the home.

I don't hear a lot of shouting about women's rites.
 Quoting: Nikki_LaVey


I wonder why? I mean I thought this was about democracy. Secular democracy.
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Some people here don't seem to have realised what this is about & continue to recite the same tired old paradigm that has been practised by the CIA against the interests of the freedom & liberty all over the world.

This subversion & corruption of other countries political processes serves the interests of an International cabal that cares nothing for the US or anyone else.

The US has merely been used as the hired muscle & the bankroll.

That paradigm is over.

This is about the people rejecting the IMF & the corrupt politicians that are their rent boys & the people taking back the power.

It's the new black & it's coming to a country near you soon as more people wake to the fact we have been sold into debt slavery by these criminals.

This 'extreme Muslim' shit is bogus.

This is about people not being frightened of liberty, their own or others.

Get with the program.

& if you support the military that's great. the best way you can do that is to bring them home to fight the real terrorists running our governments & corporations.
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Are you already married? :) Because I think I love you.
hf

clappa
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hf
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ROCK ON!
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Some people here don't seem to have realised what this is about & continue to recite the same tired old paradigm that has been practised by the CIA against the interests of the freedom & liberty all over the world.

This subversion & corruption of other countries political processes serves the interests of an International cabal that cares nothing for the US or anyone else.

The US has merely been used as the hired muscle & the bankroll.

That paradigm is over.

This is about the people rejecting the IMF & the corrupt politicians that are their rent boys & the people taking back the power.

It's the new black & it's coming to a country near you soon as more people wake to the fact we have been sold into debt slavery by these criminals.

This 'extreme Muslim' shit is bogus.

This is about people not being frightened of liberty, their own or others.

Get with the program.

& if you support the military that's great. the best way you can do that is to bring them home to fight the real terrorists running our governments & corporations.
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They are home with their families.

 Quoting: Nikki_LaVey


Ohhhh, is THAT where they keep them. Lovely.
 Quoting: Tantrumtamer



Yeah they don't fall for any of the Feminist Bullshit women are for cooking, cleanin', and having sex, raising the children. many aren't allowed to work outside the home.

I don't hear a lot of shouting about women's rights.
 Quoting: Nikki_LaVey


I wonder why? I mean I thought this was about democracy. Secular democracy.
 Quoting: Tantrumtamer


That is the question Nobody is sayin' Secular and one of the main instigators is a religious group that wants a strict Muslim government.
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Obviously, the MB are anti Mubarak along with the majority of the Egyptian people and will support a revolution against him. Duh!

What do you expect people to do? Stop the revolution to fight against the Muslim Brotherhood?

The majority of the protesters have already made clear that they do not want religious fundamentalism to lead their revolution.

Havent you noticed that from all the footage we have seen?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1252230



So where are the women??? Certainly Egypt is not 90% male.
 Quoting: Tantrumtamer


I heard they were there today, and in the square during most of the day. But no,,, in the face of violent conflict the women support from the rear. Nothing wrong with that....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1252230


Yeah, nothing wrong with letting the men run the world. Certainly not.
 Quoting: Tantrumtamer


Nothing wrong with them fighting either. Nothing wrong with anyone supporting a revolution anyway they can...
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Ms.Nikki I'm off for the night.Don't be to rough on the young'ins.good nite all
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So where are the women??? Certainly Egypt is not 90% male.
 Quoting: Tantrumtamer


I heard they were there today, and in the square during most of the day. But no,,, in the face of violent conflict the women support from the rear. Nothing wrong with that....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1252230


Yeah, nothing wrong with letting the men run the world. Certainly not.
 Quoting: Tantrumtamer


Nothing wrong with them fighting either. Nothing wrong with anyone supporting a revolution anyway they can...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1252230


What a Hypocrite!

You fo on and on about Peace and Love but it is OK for men go to out and fight as long it is a cause YOU believe in!
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Ms.Nikki I'm off for the night.Don't be to rough on the young'ins.good nite all
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Nighters Hon! hf
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So where are the women??? Certainly Egypt is not 90% male.
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So where are the women??? Certainly Egypt is not 90% male.
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Taking care of the kids while the males are overthrowing the scum.


Ever see female fight in the US revolutionary war?

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