Egypt Is Fucked

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gsu
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Egypt Is Fucked

Unread post by gsu » Mon Jul 01, 2013 11:25 pm

Arabs are too hot headed for democracy. It doesnt work.
From here, it can only be down for Egypt. They will appreciate the role of dictator Mubarak later.
Egypt will end up being something like Sudan.

Is this the Egypt that was planning to take on Ethiopia??

http://www.policymic.com/articles/52281 ... s-to-morsi

kioipaul
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Re: Egypt Is Fucked

Unread post by kioipaul » Mon Jul 01, 2013 11:54 pm

Restrict yourself to Yinon Plan and you will never watch news.It has everything you need.
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Re: Egypt Is Fucked

Unread post by kioipaul » Mon Jul 01, 2013 11:59 pm

1)Egypt will be divided into four with a Christian state.
2)Nigeria will be divided into two.Christian and Muslim
3)We will have small many Arab states
4)And this rule applies in Tanzania It will break up and so may other states.
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Re: Egypt Is Fucked

Unread post by Sixty Four » Tue Jul 02, 2013 12:31 am

gsu wrote:Arabs are too hot headed for democracy. It doesnt work.
From here, it can only be down for Egypt. They will appreciate the role of dictator Mubarak later.
Egypt will end up being something like Sudan.

Is this the Egypt that was planning to take on Ethiopia??

http://www.policymic.com/articles/52281 ... s-to-morsi
The problem in Egypt is not politics or religion. I think it is Economic.

Egypt has simply outgrown its resources. It has two options, raze everything to the ground and start again after half of its population has fled to Saudi Arabia or just get a good dictator in place. The dictator should be the type that will hammer their hot heads to submission.

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