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What the Egyptian Revolution Means
02-06-2011, 08:08 PM,
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Rainbow  What the Egyptian Revolution Means
What the Egyptian Revolution Means

Michael Brownstein

Surging through the streets in uncountable thousands, burning policestations to the ground, convincing army troops of their commonality, spontaneously organizing themselves to protect property, direct traffic, and deal with emergencies, smoking out Mubarak’s attempt tocapitalize on the inevitable looting and violence, they are revealing to the world a new national template: self-organization.

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02-10-2011, 09:38 PM,
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RE: What the Egyptian Revolution Means
(02-06-2011, 08:08 PM)Solve et Coagula Wrote: What the Egyptian Revolution Means

Michael Brownstein

Surging through the streets in uncountable thousands, burning policestations to the ground, convincing army troops of their commonality, spontaneously organizing themselves to protect property, direct traffic, and deal with emergencies, smoking out Mubarak’s attempt tocapitalize on the inevitable looting and violence, they are revealing to the world a new national template: self-organization.

It is just another well prepared Revolution, another step towards world Democracy...

Do you know that about every household in the Muslim world has got a digital receiver?

You can get any channel you want for dirt cheap and the hardware will cost you just about 140 Dollars.

The majority of the people are controlled by the media. You can feel it when you talk to them. When you ask questions, you get exactly the same stereotyped answers. The same vocabulary, the same sentences.

It's embarrassing when you're on the head of some government and you have no effective propaganda machine. It gets insane when somebody operates their gigantic propaganda monster under your very eyes to get rid of you and your government.

" There's no conspiracy, we don't believe in conspiracies; the people had got a spontaneous mass reaction all over the country at the same time; no other country is behind those protests; we want Democracy, freedom, rights, dignity, we want no dictatorship..."

Over and over and over and over on every news channel!

And don't kid me with that self-organization stuff, a revolution is a revolution!

One of the first duties of the physician is to educate the masses not to take medicine...
William Osler
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02-12-2011, 01:59 AM,
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RE: What the Egyptian Revolution Means
The only thing is it seems the U.S. isn't real crazy about all this, they're just trying to subvert it as much as possible to benefit their own means. But I sense that they may have preferred to just stay with Mubarak.
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