Egyptian Chronicles: Shut Up Khamnenei , Shut Up Fox News And Cherchez Le Regime In The gas pipeline

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Shut Up Khamnenei , Shut Up Fox News And Cherchez Le Regime In The gas pipeline

Khamenei is insisting of jumping in to the wagon and is spreading lies about the #Jan25. Yesterday he spoke in his Friday speech insisting that our Egyptian #Jan25 revolution is an Islamist one which is totally wrong. The #Jan25 is a rare ideology free  revolution , Mubarak’s dictatorship rule managed to unite us with all our differences in a very rare occurrence not only in Egypt but rather in the world.
Khamenei spoke and the regime is using his statements to attack the revolution , this statement supports the claims of the regime that this is an Iranian  funded revolution to destroy Egypt. The regime also using this statement to scare the west and the world.
I think Khamenei only speaks about the Egyptian revolution to tease the Egyptian regime but not to really encourage because in the end he is very scared from something similar to happen in Tehran.
The reformists in Iran have praised the Egyptian uprising before anyone speak about it there, already according to my knowledge the Iranian official media made it look like an Islamist revolution to the Iranian people.
Khamenei is harming us indeed so he should shut up.
Moving to the Fox News that is also portraying our revolution as an Islamist one thanks to Glenn Beck. Fox News that does not know where Egypt is exactly on the map claims that Omar Soliman has survived an assassination attempt that killed two of his bodyguards !! Nobody heard anything about that in Egypt whether Egyptian or foreigner. I just fear that will give the
Update : Now I remember that during last week late at night Al Hurra TV broadcasted an urgent news that was pulled hours later : a prominent Egyptian politician survived an attack. No further details were giving.
Did Omar Soliman actually survive an attack ??
The CNN confirms it too.
An attack like would not be carried like that by anyone except someone from inside the regime itself. We should not forget that for years Suzanne and Gamal Mubarak fought Omar Soliman over the vice president position. According to several experts Soliman is currently the real president of Egypt after a very soft secret coup. There are no doubt that there is split and teams from inside the regime that fights each other over the big cake called Egypt.
Moving to Egypt today we found out in the news that the gas pipelines in Sinai were blown up and Egyptian decided to stop temporarily the gas importation to Jordan and Israel
This is not the first time something like that happens , angry citizens in Sinai once tried to do it before still I am scared that this could be actually the doing of the regime in order to show the world and Egyptians that there are saboteurs who are destroying not only the country but rather  the Egyptian Israeli relations. I know the clashes and protests in Sinai are very violent but I do not think it would reach to this level. I believe it is a dirty scheme the Egyptian regime is using again with the West world “Me or the boogyman”
Update : GASCO. has issued a statement that this explosion happened due to technical reasons not because of terrorist act
Days will tell us the truth very soon insh Allah.
Update : The Muslim brotherhood has issued a very important statement clarifying very important points especially their relation to the revolution. This is not an Islamist agenda behind this revolution , it is people’s revolution.
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  1. CNN confirmed the attack on Soliman.

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  2. Iran is indeed a parasite in this region! It facilitated the invasion of Iraq through its militias who fought the Iraqi resistance along with the Americans. The main cause of the Iraq-Iran war was Iraq's endeavor to check the advance of the dark retarded Kohmeinist ideas in Iraq. Now those freaks are trying to export their medieval ideas to Egypt. In this context, there is no difference between reformists and conservative mullahs, they are all driven by a relentless Persian desire to impose Iran on the Arab world which is fueled by Persian grudge against everything Arabic

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  3. You should know who controls the world mass media and use it to achieve their own evil objectives. The news are selected, highlighted, manipulated and packaged to serve their objectives: divisiveness and confrontation among their enemies. And every one, other than themselves, are their enemy. They create proxies to fight their wars.

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  4. Speaking as an American citizen, I can tell you that most of the people here in America know FOX News is fake news put out by the republican party here. FOX is owned by them and never ever tells the truth about anything.

    MSNBC is the closest to real news we can find here on TV, most get their news from the internet and people who are there, such as yourself.

    I will share this blog entry of yours on FB and Twitter myself and hope others do as well.

    Stay safe,
    Katerina

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  5. I hadn't seen the Fox News map before. Funny!

    The Egyptian revolution isn't an Islamist one, true, but there is always a danger MB may hijack it. I hope that doesn't happen. Egyptian bloggers will find a fascist theocracy even less hospitable than the Mubarak regime. Hitler came to power with only 37% of the vote, or something like that.

    Here is a depressing article in Asia Times that you will not enjoy but should read: Food and failed Arab states. Key quotes: "Even Islamists have to eat. It is unclear whether President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt will survive, or whether his nationalist regime will be replaced by an Islamist, democratic, or authoritarian state. What is certain is that it will be a failed state... 35% of all Egyptians, and 45% of Egyptian women can't read. Nine out of ten Egyptian women suffer genital mutilation... Egypt is wallowing in backwardness, not because the Mubarak regime has suppressed the creative energies of the people, but because the people themselves cling to the most oppressive practices of traditional society... The Arab poor have been priced out of world markets. There is no solution to Egypt's problems within the horizon of popular expectations. Whether the regime survives or a new one replaces it, the outcome will be a disaster of, well, biblical proportions..." I hope Spengler is wrong.

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  6. @Katerina "most of the people here in America know FOX News is fake news... MSNBC is the closest to real news"

    Enjoy your own private reality, Katerina.

    Data by Nielsen Media Research, Feb 2, 2011:

    Fox News 377, CNN 218, MSNBC 136
    Fox News 564, CNN 321, MSNBC 212
    Fox News 1512, CNN 622, MSNBC 532
    Fox News 2498, CNN 835, MSNBC 901

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  7. Oh my goodness citizen Katerina " I can tell you that most of the people here in America know FOX News is fake news put out by the republican party here. FOX is owned by them and never ever tells the truth about anything."

    Such lies are what make most Americans despise liberals. FOXNEWS ( I am not talking about their opinion shows)is the most watched cable news channel and MSNBC has much lower ratings and it is a farce.

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  8. Katerina, you sound like a fool when you say that FOX News "never ever tells the truth about anything." You should just say that you don't like the positions they take on the news and how they present it. You obviously prefer the liberal demagoguery of MSNBC over the conservative demagoguery of FOX.

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  9. I remember many years ago when I was young, I wanted to grow up fast so I bought a car before I got my drivers permit, the car stood outside for months and I had no clue how to drive the thing. Now the Egyption revolution is like that, the Egyptian have no clue how to manage it, I dont blame them as their revolution should have taken place during the 16th century.
    This revolution in Egypt is like a 16th century revolution taking place in the 21st century. No leader, no clear list of demand and no way to enforce it, no startegy, lots of useless committees, sub committees, and a lot of shouting in the street yet many people have already paid the price with their lives. I dont see the light at the end of all this yet. I hear that the revolutionary do not want a leader rather they want it to be headed by a group of coalition figures, oh my god this will be exploited as a group of Caliphs. Egyptians, are you really in control of this?

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  10. Hi Zeinobia, was there some problem with my response to Katerina? Here, let me try again:

    @Katerina "most of the people here in America know FOX News is fake news... MSNBC is the closest to real new"

    Enjoy your own private reality, Katerina.

    Data by Nielsen Media Research, Feb 2, 2011:

    Fox News 377, CNN 218, MSNBC 136
    Fox News 564, CNN 321, MSNBC 212
    Fox News 1512, CNN 622, MSNBC 532
    Fox News 2498, CNN 835, MSNBC 901

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  11. My comments aren't reliably appearing. :( Let me try re-posting this one:

    I hadn't seen the Fox News map before. Funny!

    The Egyptian revolution isn't an Islamist one, true, but there is always a danger MB may hijack it. I hope that doesn't happen. Egyptian bloggers will find a fascist theocracy even less hospitable than the Mubarak regime. Hitler came to power with only 37% of the vote, or something like that.

    Here is a depressing article in Asia Times that you will not enjoy but should read: Food and failed Arab states. Key quotes: "Even Islamists have to eat. It is unclear whether President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt will survive, or whether his nationalist regime will be replaced by an Islamist, democratic, or authoritarian state. What is certain is that it will be a failed state... 35% of all Egyptians, and 45% of Egyptian women can't read. Nine out of ten Egyptian women suffer genital mutilation... Egypt is wallowing in backwardness, not because the Mubarak regime has suppressed the creative energies of the people, but because the people themselves cling to the most oppressive practices of traditional society... The Arab poor have been priced out of world markets. There is no solution to Egypt's problems within the horizon of popular expectations. Whether the regime survives or a new one replaces it, the outcome will be a disaster of, well, biblical proportions..." I hope Spengler is wrong.

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  12. An article in American Thinker predicts

    "Inevitably, sooner or later, the Muslim Brotherhood will take power, usher in a barbaric Islamist power in Egypt that will control the Suez Canal, and show no mercy to its own people or its perceived foes... It is clear to any child that a new Egyptian regime will, if not immediately, be hijacked by the Muslim Brotherhood"

    I think it's not inevitable, but the danger is greater than educated secularists like Zeinobia believe. Predictions are wonderful because in the fullness of time they turn out to be right or wrong. We shall see.

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  13. I disagree with Katerina regarding Flaux News "never ever tells the truth about anything" About 5% of what they say is Truth. Usually on the weather News report. The other 95% is garbage.

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  14. DEar Zeinobia,

    Don't worry about Khamenei; by 'talking' he is actually harming himself; especially since he has a FAR WORSE track record than Mubarak has. No one takes him seriously; neither in Iran nor in the rest of the world.

    Dear Iraqi,
    I think you are a little unfair. Iranians have no desire to exert their Persian influence on the Arab world. If anything, this current regime is trying to exert Arab culture on the Persian one; and this is why Iranians are resisting and fighting it.

    Let's not generalize our hatreds; we are all under dictatorships that do not represent us. Once we get rid of these despots, we can work together, celebrating our similarities and diversities at the same time.

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