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    Яαgιи Яαvєи
    Cairo, Egypt
    Wanting people to listen, you can't just tap them on the shoulder anymore. You have to hit them with a sledgehammer, and then you'll notice you've got their strict attention.
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اعتراض من الجانب الآخر

Our honorable government system is pretty much like installing software. They're usually very nice and well mannered in their words and conditions; and in the end you're given freewill, ultimately, on a silver platter; where you can either agree or disagree. If you agree, you're allowed then to make use of all features provided by that software for 30 fully functional days after which it's your credit card all the way baby. If you disagree, everything goes blank and dark... and the software doesn't perform as intended. Nothing's for free, not even basic public service.

I had recently planned on going on a silent demonstration for the sake for the war on Lebanon. I only had to figure out a way to get a permit for it. However, when I went through a considerable amount of research I realized that the local law over here does not allow amicable demonstrations of any sort; that the grouping of seven or more people would be considered a potential riot with a mayhem intention and hence are arrested without showing any just cause. Riot my ass. All we wanted was to silently stand there for a couple hours then leave. To illegally go for one would be stupid. We wanted to demonstrate for a reason and the reason is Lebanon. We'll deal with Egypt later. I wouldn't want to get arrested for standing quietly. I'd rather get arrested cursing this and swearing at whomever and throwing stones at a public official. I guess it's a bit early for Egyptians to experience friendly riots. They must fear having to deal with many of those if it ever became legit.

On the other side of the map, I've just learned that the Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez recalled his country's ambassador in Israel as to show "indignation" over the military offensive in Lebanon. He called the Israeli attacks "Genocides". I'm crying about it over here and then some dude from some other culture and country who probably has his own problem speaks the word out. They're wiping us out. Genocide, huh? Where the hell are all the others? Why is it just you and I Hugo?

He said: "It's hard to explain to oneself how nobody does anything to stop this horror."

He said: "The Israeli elite repeatedly criticize Hitler's actions against the Jews, and indeed Hitler's actions must be criticized, not just against the Jews but against the world. It's also fascism what Israel is doing to the Palestinian people ... terrorism and fascism."

Yeah well, you've done enough... and I thank you for reading the news. Someday, when this shit's over... and if I became filthy rich ever, I'd pay off your debts to the World Bank... but if I'm still same ol' me, I promise to buy you dinner.

Venezuelans are poor, yet so lucky. I should trade passports.

when hitler hit people knew where he is gonna hit: bridges, strategical roads, army airports, jews, soldiers.
but these people are hitting all over, one never knows who is next: ambulances, fleeing people, children, other civilians, civilian houses, non-strategical targets, anything.
this facism seems much worse.

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