You Can’t Spell Mubarak Without Barack (or Bush, or Clinton, or Bush…) by Eli Cryderman

The revolution in Egypt is the result of a tyrannical dictator, who has oppressed, kidnapped, tortured, murdered and pretty much done everything a regime can do to repress and terrorize a people, for almost 30 years. 20 of those years have been under “Emergency Law,” a law giving the Egyptian government the “authority” to dehumanize its people and flimsy cover at best. Hosni Mubarak is the longest serving president of Egypt, which begs the questions, how has he remained in power for so long? The answers are complex, but they center on the Sphinx in the room that no one will discuss in the mainstream media: U.S. foreign aid and influence.

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via You Can’t Spell Mubarak Without Barack (or Bush, or Clinton, or Bush…) by Eli Cryderman.

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