As the dawn breaks over a new Egypt, the former protesters, now proud citizens of a burgeoning democratic Egypt are collectively cleaning up Tahrir Square and getting ready to begin the amazing and determined task to build a government for the people and by the people.
In the 20th century, I think this person is right. But hold on! This is the Facebook 21st century! Not so fast……. What strikes me most strongly is that this Tunisnian, now Egyptian event is part a bigger grander major shift on the global political techtonics. This Facebook generation of Eqyptians are nothing like the past. They speak and quote Martin Luther King and seek American style freedom and liberty. Many speak English and want to live in the global world. Yet our own US Government seems stuck between the 20th and 21st century, between what was and what is to come and it’s starting to look like we are missing the history boat. Maybe we are on the wrong side of historicial? Maybe the future is here and we can’t see it through our 20th century eyes?
The Founding Fathers are Emerging in a Modern Day 21st Century Democratic and Free Egypt and the Results are Surprising…… No, it’s not Hosni Mubarak, the man who, if not for his 20th century ethos, could have been the founding father of a new 21st century democratic and free Egypt. No, it’s not U.S. President Obama who set […]
In honor of his highness, the dicktator of Egypt, Hosni Mubarak on the eve’s of his ouster, I present to you “Ya Mubarak”, a punk rock song dedicated to the dishonor that is a man who could NOT get his fat friggin’ greed and ego out of the way for people to live in freedom […]
Large parts of the Internet essentially went dark about midnight Egypt time after the government of President Hosni Mubarak, a longtime ally of Washington, ordered service providers and cell phone companies to shut down. “Under Egyptian legislation the authorities have the right to issue such an order and we are obliged to comply with it,” Vodafone, one of the largest cell phone carriers, in Egypt, said in a statement.