egypt protests

Web Wrap: Must-Reads From the Internets

Here' s a look at what you might have missed today.
In News by Alex Moore / December 21, 2011

Web Wrap: Must-Reads From the Internets

Here's a look at what you might have missed today.
In News by Alex Moore / November 23, 2011

So Much for Egypt’s New Democracy: Activist Charged for Advocating End to Military Regime

Egypt might have had its revolution, but power bypassed the people and landed directly in the hands of the military, where it has stayed for the last six months.
In News by DJ Pangburn / August 17, 2011

Biz Stone: Twitter’s Role in Egypt Revolution Overstated and Mark Zuckerberg has Multiple Personality Disorder

Biz Stone isn’t drinking his own Kool Aid. On Howard Stern this morning the laid-back and intelligent co-founder of Twitter said that the role of his company in the revolution in Egypt was overblown.
In News by Sami Khan / March 30, 2011

State of Emergency Rally NYC: Day of Rage Protest

New Yorkers are marching from City Hall to Wall Street at 6pm in solidarity with Egyptian and Wisconsin protesters.
In Politics by DJ Pangburn / March 24, 2011

Clinton to Egyptians: ‘No One Is Permitted to Hijack This Revolution (But the U.S.)’

Clinton takes a tour of Egypt and claims the revolution is more magnificent than the Pyramids. Since they were built with slave labor, we sure hope so.
In Politics by DJ Pangburn / March 16, 2011

Egyptians: Stay in the Streets, Stay Entrenched

Do not let them carry out a coup on the Egyptian people.
In News by DJ Pangburn / February 14, 2011

Mubarak’s Gone, What About his Military Dictatorship?

For anyone willing to look, we are now getting a very subtle lesson in how the state preserves its power, even as it deposes a tyrant.
In News by DJ Pangburn / February 13, 2011

Mubarak Fakes Left, Goes Right

President Hosni Mubarak will not leave office, as was indicated. Get ready for pandemonium in Tahrir Square.
In News by Alex Moore / February 10, 2011

Egypt: Mubarak May Step Down, Western Countries Still Trying to Manage the Revolution

Mubarak may be stepping down, but the U.S. puppet and Egyptian spy chief Omar Suleiman is waiting in the wings.
In News by DJ Pangburn / February 10, 2011

The CIA’s Puppet VP Omar Suleiman Threatens to Smash Egyptian Rebellion

Omar Suleiman is the CIA's man in Cairo and if Egypt will not accept the United States' terms of a transition, then Suleiman will work his magic as torturer extraordinaire.
In News by DJ Pangburn / February 9, 2011

Egypt Protests on a Collision Course with U.S. Policy?

Just days after the U.S. officially backed a gradual transition in Egypt, Cairo is alight with the biggest protest since the turmoil began—and "gradual" doesn't seem to be what Egyptians in the street want.
In News by Alex Moore / February 8, 2011

Al Jazeera Lets Slavoj Žižek Sound off on Egyptian Revolution and Western Meddling

For anyone looking for the most unvarnished reporting out of Egypt, Al Jazeera's website has been the place to go.
In News by DJ Pangburn / February 7, 2011

WikiLeaks: U.S. Government Behind Egypt Revolution?

The Telegraph is reporting that WikiLeaks documents suggest the Egyptian revolution was encouraged by  a U.S. government that was still publicly propping up Mubarak's regime.  Is there truth in the suggestion?
In News by DJ Pangburn / February 4, 2011

President Mubarak’s Violent Disinformation Campaign on the Streets of Cairo

After yesterday's violent attacks by pro-Mubarak forces, many were left wondering what had happened with the peaceful Tahrir Square protests. Mubarak sent in paid agitators and thugs to turn the peaceful protests violent into a disinformation campaign.
In News by DJ Pangburn / February 3, 2011
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