Egypt goes berserk

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

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  1. Anonymous Member

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  5. none given Member

    Guis, running out for more popcorn.
    Anyone need anything?
  6. Nemesis91 Member

    Focus on 2:00
  7. none given Member

    add an explaination: where was this exactly, when was it exactly. anything and everything you can add. names of the witnesses filming. the address. anything elese meaningful or not.

    Post it in several places. Include the explaination there.

    Follow up. find out if the shot man died. leanr whatever you can from others about who was the shooter and his friends.
    Good luck.
    Thanks you for preserving this evedence.
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  8. Anonymous Member

    Who was shooting in that video? Police? Military?

  9. lulzgasm Member

    My guess would be paramilitary. Black uniforms being a common uniform for "enforcers" possibly with their faces masked to hide their identities while also inducing fear (hence the black uniforms). If "police" then most likely the same secret police who were harassing and detaining journalists. If military, then the fact they're not using standard camo suggests special forces. I doubt they'd use special forces on unarmed protestors, so I'd bet it's paramilitary secret police
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  12. lulzgasm Member

    I come from a military family. So I grew up having these types of discussions. ;)
  13. Anonymous Member

    MOAR Faggotry from neoconAIPACZionist Frank Wisner:
  14. Anonymous Member

    Other than Wikipedia *cough* bullshit *cough*. Do you have a single news source to back that up? Because I couldn't find one.
  15. OhSah Member

    The guy who is leading opinion polls in Tunisia is also a theocratic leader who would institute sharia law and force Tunisa to bow to the Imams in Iran.
  16. none given Member

    Don't you have a proper sock for srs bzns?

    Also, moderate Muslims are theoretically possible; like moderate Christians. We kinda gotta go with that.
  17. Anonymous Member

    I guess it's *bullshit* when it doesn't agree w/your POV.
  18. Rockyj Member

    Its very hard to look @ they are so young & so hopeful. Their memory will never die & I have no doubt someday a memorial in Tahrir Square w/all their names will be created.
  19. Herro Member

    Unless Mubarak holds on to power. Then nobody will remember them.
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    I would rather a total collapse of the government with little to no guidance on how things might turn out. I'm sure it will work out just fine.
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  24. Rockyj Member

    Its being promoted on twitter & was in Alexandria:
  25. Silly433 Moderator

    I'd say forward this to Aljazeera. If true I'm positive they will confirm it
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  26. Rockyj Member

    Video of captured Thug who admits Mubarak's police gave them weapons when they were released from prison. Don't know Arabic so NO way to know what he's saying but that's what vid poster states:
  27. Anonymous Member

    We will.
    You will too.
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  28. lulzgasm Member

    Oddly enough....I.....actually agree with Herro....

    But all the more reason Mubarak needs to go. The last thing we want is for him to rewrite history.
  29. CarltonBANKS Member

    Yup, total cunt.
  30. Anonymous Member

    Why not? Services don’t just disappear just because the highest levels of government are being changed you know. And I think the phrase ‘total collapse of the government’ is a bit of a canard imo.
  31. lulzgasm Member

    Worked out fine for certain British colonists back in the late 1700s....
  32. Anonymous Member

    When the "government gets changed" on this scale, little things like "payroll" get pushed aside for awhile.
    Some providers of service are happy to work without pay until the new government gets its act together and starts paying its employees again.
    Some just stay home and loaf, or go out looking for other work in the meantime.

    You are correct, that services "don't just disappear", but you would be incorrect in expecting them to continue without interruption,
    if the interregnum lasts for longer than a few days....
  33. Anonymous Member

    However does Luxembourg manage?
  34. Anonymous Member

    You sure as hell are one to make false equivalencies.
  35. Anonymous Member

    Yup. It was a lucky fluk. Maybe it will happen again but history isn't on our side.
  36. Anonymous Member

    dammit. forgot the 'e'. *fluke*
  37. Xoanon Member

    if he really was anon, he'd have mask.
  38. Xoanon Member

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  39. Anonymous Member

    That is so 3 years ago. Thanks.
  40. Rockyj Member

    Again, a little humor to break the pain.
    My Bailey is a Corgi:

    And Corgi's love tether ball!

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