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Mubarak's speech yesterday was a warning to the protesters

He thought he had the military, he was wrong. That or it was just a strawman to get a sense from the ground of what the people had in mind. If he did have the military he would have pressed the button, but his handlers knew better and sent him packaing, and spared the military from firing on their own.

Welcome to the internet age, ten years ago this might have gone a totally different way, much like most protests of this nature did in the 20th century.

Amazing how sites like youtube, facebook and twitter can bring the power of truth to bear!!!



here more info from Al Jazeera:

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Love won! Deliverance from Tyranny is on the way! Col. 2:13-15

Will Americans Ever Get A Chance To Celebrate, Like This?


The day in November 2012 that it's announced that RON PAUL has been elected President of the "NEW" USA ! ! !

Have Americans ever celebrated like the Egyptians are doing right now?

Again Yes !

When it was announced on the radio that WW II was over, and we had won the war.

Power To The American People, Elect Ron Paul !


Why are these people cheering?

Would you cheer if Biden or any of the many other thugs in Washington, DC replaced Obama?

Do you think that food will be any more affordable to the 30 million Egyptians trying to survive on $2 per day?

It is sad that the Egyptians suffered the tyranny of a dictator for the last 30 years, but that is not why they are demanding change. They are suffering economically because food is becoming more expensive and the government threatened to eliminate subsidies that help them buy food. The government can no longer provide these subsidies because they no longer export oil. They no longer export oil because their production peaked and is falling.

Adding to their economic woes is the current scarcity of wheat from a series of unfortunate production problems.

These people are delusional if they thing changing their ruler is going to make their lives any better. Just as we, they need very little government, but that is not what they are going to get, and even a libertarian government would not overcome the current disaster we face from lack of sufficient energy to support the population bubble.

"Bend over and grab your ankles" should be etched in stone at the entrance to every government building and every government office.

I read there are rumors that the VP is out too

Authority transferred to army until elections can be held.

RP R3VOLution

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Something must be going on

Al Jazeera is overloaded, can't get video.


Mubarak resigns, hands power to military

CAIRO – Egypt's Hosni Mubarak resigned as president and handed control to the military on Friday, bowing down after a historic 18-day wave of pro-democracy demonstrations by hundreds of thousands. "The people ousted the president," chanted a crowd of tens of thousands outside his presidential palace in Cairo.


Real eyes realize real lies

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So one dictator gets ousted by the people. I wonder which dictator will take his place that the US will support and send a ton of money to.

Of course the US backed military

remains "in control", but there you go.

A chance

thay comes only once in a generation. God grant Egyptians are able to seize it for freedom. Yes the odds are still long.