Saturday, February 12, 2011

A New Egypt


Mubarak has finally stepped down. He has ceded power to the upper level of the military. This is the second successful uprising in the Arab world in the last few months. The rest of the repressive and totalitarian leaders are probably watching their own populations very closely.

Egypt, along with Tunisia, has been an overwhelming success for the power of the general public. Arab leaders will be more cautious in the future. The fact that an uprising can appear so spontaneously and unseat the most entrenched leaders in weeks has to give them a little caution in their decision making.

This is a positive force for good in the region, regardless how their government turns out.




19 comments:

  1. my question is tho, is this an uprising in muslim forces? or for freedom in general? because if its a muslim thing, they will gain power by over throwing govts, until the world is muslim. Then it will be just like the dark ages that were run by the christians. you see how that shit turned out.

    poetry

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  2. It was for the people, they overthrew this guy because he stayed in power for 30 years, and never planned to step down. The people of Egypt got tired of having their freedoms shit on. good for them IMO

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  3. who can fight a man with a bread hat?

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  5. 30 years of power.. wow

    dude must have felt like a king

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  6. Everyone should take a lesson from Mr. Bread Hat. Always have backup munchies for your protests.

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  7. I hope this is for the good. These revolutions have a tendency to trade one dictator for another dictator.

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  8. Have you ever been so mad you wear bread as a hat?

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  9. we need not just new egypt but new world

    Im BACK  >>HERE<< and  >>HERE<<

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  10. He cannot be defeated unless you have the bread-slicer knife

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