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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by TLSS_N, Jan 30, 2011.
EDIT: Ignore me. Idiot moment.
it's ok, I looked at it and thought they either completely removed the article, or moved it. I went and looked around and noticed they just updated/added more information to the article. I am going to update my post now.
Problem is right now, it's pretty impossible to know who to trust on the news front. I don't know which news groups from that part of the world are good or not. I might, right now, be reading Fox News's views on Obama and be thinking it is fair and balanced.
I understand where your coming from, and truly.. it's completely up to you who you want to trust.
The source I have chosen on this matter, where the first to report on stuxnet, and the cause of Israeli forest fire. They where also correct when they reported about OBL's plans to attack the united states in 2001.\
there are other things, but I just wanted to list a few, I just wanted to list why I follow there news, and trust them.
Just pointing out I'm having to go on trust before I say this.
Oh shit, things are taking a turn for the worse and been hijacked by a bunch of loonies. If the people are not careful they will just end up replacing one bunch of tyrannical despots with another.
sure, well go w/ that.
So this is the reason why Israel isn't helping Egypt out?! The peace treaty that was made doesn't make it concrete when there's an uproar in Cairo. The United States need to stop being Superman! We have far too many issues that aren't being dealt with inside this country, right now. Just adding more problems doesn't make the old problems go away!
I hear you loud and clear, this has been in the works for a while though, since at least 2008. isn't it funny how our politicians work? creating trouble for the opposite wing to try to get back into power? it's sickening, and I for one am sick and tired of all of this poison politic!
The reason why the Hamas are joining against this revolution because Egypt recognizes Israel.
Except the only problem with this revolt that the DOW went down because the Suez canal is one of the largest centers of world wide trade
I trust in Tunisian democracy, they are since a long time laicistic (like Turkey), they are western orientated, and they have a wide, enlightened, very good educated and open minded middle class.
On the other side, Egypt doesn't have a wide middle class and most people are very religious or/and poor.
If u compare the Tunisian and the Egypt protesters, you will see that over 60% were women without headscarf in Tunisia, but in Egypt u will just see around 5-10% and mostly headscarf or completely covert.
Thats why I don't trust in this democracy thing in Egypt! Freedom is important, but for which Price?
Mubarak might be a dictator and army man, but what will the new Government make better? If they get the Sharia(Islamic law), Tourist will not come anymore (60% of the economy) and even if not, changes will be not very significant, its a poor country without a lot of industry.
one of the reasons i think it is poor is it is under external pressure, let it be free and the results will be seen as the ppl's interests will be observed
if it remains poor, atleast the ppl will be happy... what more do u want
People's happiness can't be gained without sacrifice. You're looking at the society and tradition that made it for what it is today. Sure the 30 year-old ruler has been a dictator for a long while. It won't break the cycle of anger and bitterness that those people had brewed inside their minds all these years. If America want to do something about it, leave them alone and let nature takes it course.
Screw the independant movement, Egypt as a country has to realize their problems aren't the only issues we as a whole (This World) right now. It just an outcry for the citizens to feel democratic for their beliefs. If what they believe is true, as far as democracy goes. Then how come Israel isn't backing them up on this one? Fishy isn't it?!
updated the post with some new news.