Posts Tagged ‘Hosni Mubarak’

Egyptians Celebrate Successful Revolution!

Friday, February 11th, 2011

Less than 24 hours after Mubarak disappointed Egyptians and the world,  it was announced that he will be stepping down as President of Egypt. 18 days of growing protests, and the people have finally ended 30 years of oppression.

WOOOOOOHOOOOOO!!!! This is incredible! So Awesome! I’m very happy for Egypt and everyone in the world.

This shows where the real power of the world is. Not with corporations. Not with banks. Not with governments or dictators. No, the real power in the world is in the hands of the people.

We – the human race – have the power to make our world everything we want it to be. We can end war. We can end extreme poverty. We can make ours a more just global civilization.

Mubarak Disappoints Millions of Egyptians, World

Thursday, February 10th, 2011

The millions of protesters gathered in Tahrir Square and around Egypt were expecting to hear their president deliver his resignation speech.

Instead, the people were delivered a patronizing speech reiterating Mubarak’s desire to pass power over to his Vice President.

This is not what the people wanted. Egyptians are demanding democracy and civil rights. Their regime has just offered to switch from one head puppet to another.

Massive protests were already planned for tomorrow. Given today’s unsatisfying events, a major uprising is likely. Here’s hoping democracy and a free human spirit prevail.

Egypt: So What?

Monday, January 31st, 2011

If you’re looking for a simple reason as to why you should care about the civil uprising in Egypt, Tunisia, Albania, or where ever, it is this:

The people from these foreign countries are, for the most part, just like us. If they can overcome their oppressive regimes, then there is hope that we can do the same.