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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/28/richard-engel-egypt-tear-gas_n_815647.html

28. 2. 2011
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ENGEL: You talked earlier about anti-American sentiment and a lot of that has been because the United States while today the Press Secretary is saying how they've been talking about Egypt and the need for reform and bringing up this at every meeting that's not the way many Egyptians see it. Most Egyptians see the United States as having stood solidly by President Mubarak while the government here grew more and more corrupt. And they see the Americans as complicit in it. And just today, for example, when we were out on streets this is what a lot of people were showing us about American involvement. If you can see in my hands this is one of the tear gas canisters and very clearly written in English on it, it says "Made in the USA by Combined Tactical Systems from Jamestown, Pennsylvania. And they say this is the kind of support that the United States has been giving to the Egyptian government and bears some responsibility, although today it it trying to say that it never backed Mubarak so much, it has been calling for reforms for a long time, Egyptians don't see it that way.

The primary reason the United States is allied with Hosni Mubarak's regime is that Mubarak has been a key player in the Israel-Palestine peace process ... such as it is, I mean -- the release of the "Palestine Papers" has revealed that there may not be as much of a "process" going on as many of us were led to believe. It's perhaps an unfortunate, though entirely fitting, coincidence, that the last time these very same tear gas canisters made news, it was in the West Bank, with a fatal outcome. "



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                                 Cutting  of Internet access.
 
Interesting  how easiely this is technically possible in a country like Egypt..... Cutting down internet access with some switches and shutting down mobile telefone communication limits  organisating and informating activities. Closing train stations and  forcing people to travell by feet makes it possible to move the masses the direction you want them to move. The behaviour gets predictable.

5- 10 % of the world trade traffic goes through the Suez canal. Imagine the implications if the Suez canal would get closed.  Not regarding the main conflict potential, the open wound, the palestinian people, who are affected by what is going on in Egypt.

In my opinion the planning forces will try to avoid any bigger bloodshed , they will dirigize the process  by  multileveloperations , using subtile masspsychology and actions touching matters of daily life  not obviously connected to political change. For example getting  food becomes a problem after a few days in a city of 20 million inhabitants, where banks and shops are closed. So time becomes an important factor.

In the end those in the dark will still be in the dark , but hopefully the wealth  of the nation will  be shared more fairly. As some  of my talking partners had told me: "Most of the wealth goes to the rich."
The american government , who or whatever that is, should have and has ( they are not stupid)  be aware of the economic injustice and of the spysystem which is spread out  over  the people. But they missed the chance to win some true allies. They missed to win the hearts of the people. From the bottom of my heart I am convinced, it  would  have been pretty easy to win them. I salute to the egyptian people and to their nation.

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You may be correct. This kind of closing of information sources and borders is generally a prelude to some kind of warfare or military action.

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            Killing  too many slaves is  uneconomic.

Current situation on february 2th 2011:

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 In my opinion.

I would like to bring to your attention, the possibility  that what we see in Egypt is a carefully orchestrated interregnum takeover by the military. Military in civil clothes. It is a multilevel  operation. Mr. Mubarak is not in order anymore, maybe since some longer time.  He is  just used as a target for the emotions. Visibly the operation was opened  by the explosion in the coptic church in Alexandria a few weeks ago, killing many christians.`Cause most people are programmed ( educated ) to feel, think, act and perceive  linear it`s hard for them to recognize the multilevel "intelligence" on work. Reality  is not a bundle of lines, it is a 4 ( or maybe more ) dimensional network. Vicepresident Mr. Suleiman, the  former ( or still present) secret service chief is ordered by President Mubarak to negotiate with the opposition , Mr. Suleiman said. With the opposition, not with the people.
Which opposition ? There is no opposition in Egypt.

There are some groups,  without political experiences. There has not been a  chance to organize  a political opposition, like in the western socalled democracies. I could go very much in detail, but I refuse. Watching this misinterpretedet tragedy unfolding, I am full of sorrow and I feel a deep compassion with this great nation.  It is a fraud and in the end, there  only will be victims left. On each sides.


-- Edited by One single drop on Tuesday 1st of February 2011 11:06:27 AM

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we have come a long way. all those people would have been slaughtered.

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in the past it would have been greek fire.

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lol! toro toro!


running of the bull****.

glad that's not gasoline they are spraying.

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