by Talk Show America
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Tags: Egypt, political, conservative
The new season is starting with the new show 2/16/2011 ! Mubarak is out in Egypt, the military is in charge, martial law has been declared and the Muslim Brotherhood has announced that they will form a political party in Egypt and front a candidate in the upcoming elections, sound like backdoor Sharia Law to me. A Port authority agent in San Diego suggests that WMD material may have enetered this country, DHS says "No"
by Areli's phlog
Tags: canal de suez, protestas, mubarak
En el articulo de Egipto el gobierno amenaza pero las protestas aumentan ___ se trata de las personas que hicieron protesta contra el presidente Husmik(?) Mubarak. El miercoles unos trabajadores hicieron protesta pero el jueves 17 hicieron protesta contra el gobierno Husmik(?) Mubarak. Ellos hacen protestas por bajos salarios y la escases de alimentos. En el canal de Suez lo trabajadores quieren que Mubarak renuncie y abandone el poder que tiene esto puede resultar en el futuro una crisis en el Egipto los trabajadores quieren participar en otra marcha el 11 de febrero y otra vez piden que renuncie Mubarak. Los trabajadores quieren provocar la caida del gobierno y cuando estaban haciendo las protestas
I am watching amazing scenes coming from Tahrir Square today. I am totally overwhelmed and humbled by the courage displayed by all of you who are putting your lives on the line to get rid of Hosni Mubarak, a nasty gutless individual who really is not worthy of calling himself an Egyptian. But the scenes that I am seeing now unfold reminds of the inspirational words of Nelson Mandela when he said, "there is no easy walk to freedom anywhere and many of our people have to pass through the valley of the shadow of death, bufore they reach freedom"
As the Mubarak regime pushes the curfew up to 4 pm local time, a duo of fighter jets begin to circle the Egyptian capital in a show of force. Cory reports that the situation in Cairo, while not calm, has begun to find some sort of rhythm as the city prepares to plunge into another chaotic night.
Cory Ellis checks in once more from Cairo in the midst of a massive movement to overthrow the Mubarak regime. Since his last podcast, mosques have announced that all people are to turn on their lights (For some unknown reason). Water will become sparse, as it is announced that it will be cut off tomorrow morning. Other than that, there seems to be a momentary break from the continuous escalation of tension and standoffs that were seen earlier in the day. However, the night is just beginning in Cairo.
Cory reports in from Cairo again. The mosques of the city have opened their doors as a safe haven to anyone who cannot make it home in time for the curfew or who feel in danger from the mobs roaming the streets. Cory also reports that people are arming themselves for self-defense. A theory is going around Cairo that Mubarak wants there to be chaos, so he can restore order and be seen as a hero.