Ingredients of Revolution?

Posted: August 27, 2009 in Middle East, World News
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I wonder why the people of Egypt and Libya allow these corrupt mummies dictate their lives and future?

Smiling is not an option: Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has ruled Egypt for 28 of his 81 years, not quite happily for the Egyptian people. It shows

Mohammed Hosni Mubarak, Egypt’s autocratic president since October 1981, is one of the world’s longest-serving presidents. His iron grip on every level of Egyptian society has kept the Arab world’s most populous nation stable, but at a price. It has exacerbated economic inequalities, kept most of Egypt’s 80 million people in poverty, abetted brutality and torture by police and in the nation’s prisons, and stoked resentment and Islamic fervor against the regime. Those are ingredients of revolution. With his health failing and his succession unclear, Mubarak’s hold on power is overshadowing Egypt’s want of reform.

Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi delivers a speech in Rome in June ...

I'm somebody! 67 year-old dictator ruining Libyan lives for 40 years!

Wake Up People! Time to retire these Mummies!

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Comments
  1. I posted this back in 2009! The Egyptians have finally taken action. More Power to you all in Egypt!

    Arab dictators: Your end is near!

    ATW

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