Thursday, January 27, 2011

Egypt: What's Coming

Considering this jittery position of the powers that be,



(they provide their friends with these,)



and the jittery position of him,



i think our "allies" will put in place this guy



@bencnn
ElBaradei at airport says the point of no return has been reached must be peaceful change govt must stop using violence #Jan25 #Egypt
8:12pm January 27

whom "the people"



didn't elect.

This is maybe a tip toe better than what we have lived under for the past 30 years... but it is a continuation of Egypt's neo-liberal "reforms" a la mr. fayyad

... just a guess

and i dont like it.

Around here we need to start thinking about alternatives to the nation-state, because after all the "post-colonial moment is still colonial"

4 comments:

Rana said...

all about Israel. what about Israel pursuing peace with Palestinians?

America gives to Egypt:
"20 million for democracy and governance programs vs 1.3 billion for security/ police/ military ... democracy destabilizing to the region"

priceless.

lara said...

الجمهورية العربية المتحدة
Al-Gumhuriyah al-Arabiyah al-Muttahidah / Al-Jumhuriyah al-Arabiyah al-Muttahidah,
United Arab Republic???

Anonymous said...

So let's start the conversation here then, what alternatives to nation-state do you envision?

Justin said...

Interview with Philip (in three parts) from saturday afternoon on http://husseini.posterous.com/

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