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When I respond, or seek responses, I think of the Internet Republic and the people [[whump]] and the places who have made our water world Eden brave and free and fair. Permitted, required, and impossible. Stand alone or stand with, whose choice to what degree [[Thn/]] O[[thn/]]ne water world Eden under "We the people" – created by whom?

Six decades of military dictatorship; xref: Ron Paul being “Boo”-ed at the second Republican debate for asking, “How would you feel if somebody invaded your country?” // How would you explain how some mid-east people feel about the U.S.?

Before leaving office, Mubarak empowered the supreme council with both executive and legislative powers. At first, protesters and members of the opposition thought the council would collaborate with them, but as they’ve found, it has no such desire.

After six decades of military dictatorship, the army should have sought above all to oversee a peaceful transfer of power and an orderly return to the barracks. The first step would have been a unity government including all political factions, followed by work on a new democratic constitution. Then, the army could have enabled political groups to compete openly, leveling the playing field at last.

Six decades of military dictatorship; xref: Ron Paul being “Boo”-ed at the second Republican debate for asking,
“How would you feel if somebody invaded your country?” How would you explain how some mid-east people feel about the U.S.?

Filed under: democratic constitution, legislative powers, military dictatorship, mubarak, peaceful transfer, political factions, political groups, protesters, ron paul, second republican debate, supreme council, Uncategorized, unity government

“Lay down,” xref: “Lay down, lay down…” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=530Hqoamf3Q

The supreme council blames a “hidden hand” for sparking the violence, citing foreign infiltration and the remnants of Mubarak’s regime — apart from themselves, of course. Regardless of who’s responsible, the army has missed a chance to lay down a road map for Egypt’s political transition, unwisely attempting to monopolize the entire process instead of sharing power with civilians.

 “Lay down,” xref:  “Lay down, lay down…” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=530Hqoamf3Q
So what would a “white bird” be in this context?

Filed under: infiltration, mubarak, political transition, remnants, road map, supreme council, Uncategorized

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