Tuesday, December 11, 2012

#Dec11 : When Tuesday becomes Friday

Officially Tuesdays have become the new Fridays in Egypt when it comes to protests and rallies !! Today we are having a day or an evening full of protests and rallies pro and against through out the country.
The political powers and parties against the Draft Constitution are planning rallies tonight in the following governorates : Cairo , Alexandria , Dakhalia , Red Sea, Luxor , Fayoum, Suez, Ismailia, Damietta, Bani Sawfi, Port Said, Sohag, Damnhur , Assuit , Monufia and Mahla.
There will be 6 rallies heading from different areas in Cairo to the Presidential Palace.
The protesters are still having their sit in at Tahrir square.
Tonight the National Salvation front will hold a meeting to declare its final position from the referendum after knowing the final decision of judges.
There are rumors that President Morsi will address the people tonight and declare something huge. Well We knew that he held a meeting with no other than Mohamed Hassenein Heikal followed by Fahmy Howaidy. Both renowned writers believe that the president should delay the referendum. There are leaks that a big VIP US official is currently visiting in Cairo
By the way President Morsi has recorded a TV interview today to a channel that is being attacked right now by his allies outside Media city. It is not ONTV by the way
At the same time Islamist powers are organizing Pro-Morsi Pro-Constitution rallies also in Cairo too !! They are having two rallies. The first rally is at Raba'a Al Adawya mosque and the second rally is at
Geographically these two Islamist Pro-Morsi rallies are being planned to intersect with the anti-Morsi rallies coming from Nasr City and Heliopolis. This is why I am worried from clashes today.
The Islamists also are having rallies in Alexandria too as well.
It is worth to mention that the Islamist powers mainly from Salafists are having sits in at Media city and the Constitutional court.
Now to the Live coverage from all over the country.




8 comments:

  1. what? A couple of thousands at Rabia Al adawiya. You posted that bollocks 3 hours ago and live footage then was tens of thousands by any estimate and now live I am lookingat maybe 200-300,000 If you are going to spread lies then at least make them plausible. If demos = numbers=the correct arguments then no doubt baradei and his rabble do not amount to much and the islamists rule. But actually all the demo stuff is silly. The arguments don't depend on numbers. cleansing the media, the judiciary, the economic elite, the police and ultimately the military is an essential revolutionary demand.

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    1. For sure there are a lot more pro Morsi than anti Morsi demonstrators. The anti Morsi are well outnumbered and losing support every time El Baradei or Mousa opens their mouths. The medi propaganda is not working and it looks like it will be a YES vote.

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  2. Even if MB are 10s of thousands they are counted as 1. They all repeat the same brainwashed argument without improvisation. They can't agree even if they are logically convinced with an issue different to their doctrine. Inquisitive thinking is against MB policy of hear and obey. Here religion is only a tool for mind control.

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  3. I love "cleansing". Such a noble word for a blueprint for a dictatorship. Hope the military reads this too.

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  4. Good coverage Z. Its a messy picture. It seems Morsi wants to accomplish at least, something in the 1st months of his Presidency. The MB did back down on the decree but I don't think they will on the draft constitution. The vote will be a test for Morsi. If it passes, the big question is how it can be changed in the future because it will need a lot of changes and improvements.

    Protests are always a good sign and definitely better than an absence of them (as in dictatorships). The question has been asked if the new system is religiously based then how can any other authority supercede that of the highest religious authority (Al-Azhar)? MB spokespeople argue that it was part of the previous constitution but that doesn't answer the question.
    It was an unnecessary part of the previous constitution and it is an unecessary (not wrong,not evil) part of the proposed new constitution. Everyone knows Egypt is overwhelming Muslim country. So what? That has little to do with how it should be governed or how the new institutions should work. It seems a diversion from a more important definition of freedoms & powers.

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  5. An advice to the uniforms.
    No people in history have ever survived, who thought they could protect their freedom by making themselves inoffensive to their enemies.The era of procrastination, of half-measures, of soothing and soothing and baffling expedients, of delays, is coming to a close. In its place we are entering a period of consequences.
    In our wide world there is but one altogether fatal personage, the berk ,he that speaks irrationally, that sees not, and yet thinks he sees.Uniforms do not allow that enemy to win.If you appease now,you could not appease tomorrow.You will have to eliminate the bearded enemies sooner or later.Now is better,to save the country.I am not asking you to carpet bomb them. Just talk them into surrender.They will have to do it now,with your interference,or they will perish at the hands of the impoverished masses. Uniforms act now, or else the spillage will happen,and you will then have no choice but to declare martial law.By now trying to arbitrate, you are seen as siding with bearded,not the masses.Do not repeat the deadlock during mubarak,use your parachutes now.Cancel the referendum, stand with the judiciary and save a country.

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  6. Another advice to the uniforms.
    the situation is bad.intransigence and bigotry are seen.a mixture of beliefs,delusions and greed is evident.doing politics as usual seems not an option.problems that should have been settled thousands of years ago,are making a meaningless comeback.so what to do.a yes or no to the referendum is not settling.in either case, the fight will continue. the ballot box is far from ending the dispute, and will not effect any democratic significance ,with most of the voters are either illiterate or disinterested. it will be a ballot of loud noises,empty rhetoric, and will not reflect the impending needs of an impoverished society.the yes result will result in more demonstrations,and the no result will effect the same ones from the other party.the rivalry will continue throughout the planned political course,to no avail. A serious effort, by the uniforms, is deemed indispensable.the president steps down,as a national security concern.the process starts again,with the appropriate legal framework,settling all the violations to the concept of state ,legislation and internal order. the rule of law is exercised in its own right, and its inherent literal meaning.thus providing equal citizenry with obligations and rewards. any other course ,will be an encouragement to all factions to continue the escalation.the escalation will not be without unforetold consequences.
    The day soldiers stop bringing you their problems is the day you have stopped leading them. They have either lost confidence that you can help them or concluded that you do not care. Either case is a failure of leadership.The ultimate measure of man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.Neither a wise man nor a brave man lies down on the tracks of history to wait for the train of the future to run over him."It is no use saying, "We are doing our best." You have got to succeed in doing what is necessary.Start greasing your geer, and assume leadership.

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  7. This is NOT about Allah's Sharia'a. The ihwan are abusing religion to deceiving the uneducated masses. Truly this is about power, money and sex for Khairat Shater and his ihwan.

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