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?

Old, New, Third [thmp thump, rhnmp]

Egypt’s Forces Raid Offices of Nonprofits, 3 Backed by U.S.

xref: Old, New, Third [whum]
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Mohammed Asad/Associated Press
Egyptian military personnel stood guard as officials raided a non-governmental organization offices in Cairo on Thursday.
Published: December 29, 2011

CAIRO — Egyptian security forces stormed the offices of 17

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nonprofit groups around the country on Thursday, including at least three democracy-promotion groups financed by the United States, as part of an investigation that the military rulers say will reveal foreign hands in the recent outbreak of protests.

Egyptians have friends and allies world wide, and year round. Is there ANY nation which cannot be found to have a hand in working Egyptians?
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Military to Lend $1 Billion to Bolster Egypt’s Currency (December 29, 2011)

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xref: recent estimate of the Sovereign (Independent) Asset Value of the Egyptian Balance Sheet. Also xref: you, NH.
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Court in Egypt Says Rights of Women Were Violated (December 28, 2011)
Times Topic: Egypt News — Revolution and Aftermath

xref: Facebook as an evidence gathering tool in legal brief exhibits.

{[You’ve got to call me now, [whum] Remember,]; xref: Access levels. Why didn’t I think of that? Requiring [thn/] a voice telephone call before who can friend whom. Also xref: a needed choice, ( ) Remember = automatic saving / recording of interactions with whom, what, or why; xref; categories and tags.

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In Cairo, heavily armed men wearing the black uniforms of the central security police

xref: the black raincoat vs. the orange one, and what is more appropriate for whom to wear; xref: now that who has two rain coats who can give one to whom asked for whose. [thnk/]
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tore through boxes, hauled away files and computers and prevented employees from leaving offices of two of the American groups, the National Democratic Institute and the International Republican Institute,

xref; “Quinn the Eskimo”‘s igloo of white boxes here, and a referral to whom might be able to translate whose English posts and books into Egyptian, or Arabic.
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which are affiliated with American political parties and financed by the United States government. The security forces also raided the offices of the Washington-based Freedom House.

National Democratic Institute, International Republican Institute, Freedom House,

The raids were a stark escalation in what has appeared to be a campaign by the country’s military rulers to rally support by playing to nationalist and anti-American sentiment here.

“General prosecutor & central security stormed N.D.I. office in Cairo & Assiut,” an employee of the National Democratic Institute wrote in a text message from inside its offices. “We are confined here as they’re searching and clearing out office.”

‘out’; xref: ‘r’; xref: heads and progeny [thk/]
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A man, who identified himself as an official with the public prosecutor’s office but declined to give his name, stood outside the offices of the International Republican Institute in the Dokki neighborhood. He refused to answer questions about the raids but said, “Don’t worry, we’re not going to arrest them.”

xref: Do, OK, [thn/] Door, key,

The raids come of the heels of an investigation by the Egyptian government into foreign financing for nonprofit organizations operating in the country. The military has suggested that such funding has played a role in fomenting protests with goal of bringing down the Egyptian government.

Egypt gets so much money from the United States already [^] If who is in charge can’t keep a competitive advantage with $1 X 10^9 from the USA compared to what meager funds these, or any, nonprofits likely have, then, who might not be moving whom closer toward the 100% independence. [wthump] Is that right?
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The raids also coincided with the acquittal of five police officers in the deaths of protesters during the revolution that ousted the country’s autocratic president, Hosni Mubarak. An Egyptian court found that the police officers had either not been at the scene or, in the case of two of the men, had fired in self-defense, state media reported, a ruling likely to further inflame opponents of the country’s military rulers.

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Sounds like the old guard seeking to regain it’s footing and draw the upcoming generation closer. The leadership deficit of whom clinging to power as one group so long may have not trained enough upcoming young people to lead. Meanwhile, who for religious reasons, has been building constituencies and learning leadership skills – not out of motivation for worldly power, but to be ready to face the 100% independence when the time line arrives at it’s limit.
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Human rights advocates have urged the Egyptian government to drop its investigation into foreign funding of civil society, which prosecutors have described as treason.

xref: domestic dollars and external dollars and the need to convert internal currency to external currency to pay for imported goods and services, and vica versa regarding bringing money into the country.

A September report by state security prosecutors identified what it said were more than two dozen unregistered groups receiving foreign funding and operating in Egypt. By the country’s law on associations, the violation is punishable with imprisonment.

The first step is to find who is advocating the violent overthrow of the government.
Morally responsible people publish a declaration of independence when those who control the government are failing to uphold the duties of office and the constitution. [thn/]
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The Republican and Democratic institutes have worked openly since 2005 and had been assisting with election monitoring during the country’s parliamentary vote.

Perhaps it’s a good idea to voluntarily write letters to the local, state, and federal governments whether or not it is required, so over and above any required registration, fees, taxes, etc. NGO’s can have a record in the office, and on the internet of voluntary reporting to the authorities. Then liability is shifted.
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In separate statements on Thursday, the two groups said they were troubled by the sudden raids on their offices. “Cracking down on organizations whose sole purpose is to support the democratic process during Egypt’s historic transition sends a disturbing signal,” the N.D.I. president Kenneth Wollack was quoted as saying.

N.D.I., Kenneth Wollack,

The statement from the International Republican Institute was even more direct. “It is ironic that even during the Mubarak era I.R.I. was not subjected to such aggressive action,” the group said.

David D. Kirkpatrick reported from Cairo and J. David Goodman from New York.

Categories: why it’s essential “the anonymous show” be permitted to continue in parallel while LinkedIn permits whom to investigate whom, and Facebook reorganizes to offer VOLUNTARY, member choices regarding broadcasting images of members, and degrees of verification of whom you are, and whom who else is who cares to address you; xref: the difference between tawaf where who sees only the backs of those in front of whom, and sa’i where who sees the faces of those walking in the opposite direction.

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