Egypt goes berserk

Discussion in 'Freedom of Expression' started by Anonymous, Jan 25, 2011.

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  1. Rockyj Member

  2. Rockyj Member

    Faux News is so out of touch with reality.
  3. Anonymous Member

    I know you're fond of MSNBC. You do realize they're no better right? You're such a fucking tool Rocky.
  4. anonvish17 Member

    Would it matter? Look at his VP, his PM, look at how Tunisia went post-Ben Ali. Mubarak has just been buying time, he's set up Egypt to run with a bunch of his puppets so that he doesn't need to be there. Him "leaving" will change NOTHING. The entire government needs to be thrown out.
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  7. Anonymous Member

    post pix of lulzy MSNBC fuckups, or gtfo
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  8. Rockyj Member

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  9. Anonymous Member

    obvious shoop is obvious
  10. Rockyj Member
  11. Rockyj Member

    Could be The Onion but its typical of Faux Boobs.
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  13. Anonymous Member

    Lol @ tired right wing argument of false equivalency.
  14. Anonymous Member

    1) nodome
    2) moving posts between threads appears to be difficult in XF
    3) most of the mods are in RPF, so their posts are "held from above"
    4) you're not helping
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  16. Anonymous Member

    Agreed, I always regret seeing political partisan Faggotry interjected into threads but, once having seen such faggotry, find it hard to ignore.
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  17. Anonymous Member

    Lol @ Israel trying, as always, to game the results in their favor.
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  18. yea cause theyre scared theyre going to lose one of the only countries in the area not shooting at them with the regime change
  19. Anonymous Member

    I think you're a little confused. Israel is the one doing all the shooting.
    Also, Israel's main enemies, Hamas and Hizbollah, are not countries.
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  20. Anonymous Member

    ITT historical revisionism
  21. the anti Member

    we know iran doesn't like them much either. I mean, didn't ahmadinejad say something about wiping Israel out of the universe awhile back or something of the likes? also saddam when he was in power before in fact paid some of the suicide bombers families that went out to kill Israelis
  22. alrite i stand corrected, what i meant was that they are scared they will lose the support of a major ally if the power shifts the wrong way in the country.
  23. Anonymous Member

    Actually, Iran is the one that should be afraid.
    צְבָא הַהֲגָנָה לְיִשְׂרָאֵל(IDF)=fourth largest army in the world.
    Plus, Israel's the one with all the nukes.
  24. Anonymous Member

    Israel does have some cause to fear because if egypt dissolves the peace treaty and gets hostile, all hell is gonna break loose because of the interconnected treaties concerning peace will drag most of the mid-east into the fray opposite Israel. not to mention the un and the rest of the euro-american powers interceding. and as for the nukes, the moment they launch one the rest of the world is gonna turn that country into so much radioactive dust
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  26. pedrofcuk Member

    Just wondering, why don't some Vulture Ministers go to Egypt and hand out Way To Happiness booklets?
  27. DeathHamster Member

    They've been busy handing them out to the Palestinians and Israelis, and that's working so well.
    www dot (Munged CoS front link)
  28. xenubarb Member

    So the Muslim Brotherhood stepped forward too early?
  29. implying that MB are Fundies
  30. Anonymous Member

    If wanting to set up a state based first and foremost on religious law is not fundamentalism, then I don't know what is.
  31. Then why are [some of the] Muslim Brotherhood backing Mohamed ElBaradei ? Wouldn't fundamentalists be backing a Cleric?
  32. Anonymous Member

    They are backing the overthrow of the current dictator and don't want to risk giving the dictator a reason to stay in power.

    When he's gone you will soon see the MB, the largest opposition movement in Egypt, that got 20% of the vote a few years back, step up into the limelight. The question is will they submit to a democratic process, or will they use force and intimidation to eliminate the opposition?

    Note that top members of their organization were freed from prison during the protests by men with guns.
  33. Anonymous Member

    Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake.
  34. implying that backing Mohamed ElBaradei is a mistake
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  37. Consensus Member

    Maybe they're ballsier than I, but I wouldn't try to use deceit and intimidation to try to get these people under my thumb.

    They're standing up to a fucking army for christ's sake.
  38. Anonymous Member

    People like this don't afraid of masses opposing them:

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