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arclein

Is history repeating itself? Have the events of 1848 in Europe repeated themselves in the Arab World? Will 2011 see the same outcomes as 1848? Only the Arab people can decide. Their fate is in their hands, but they should learn from the mistakes of 1

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he pressure in Egypt has been building for a long time and has now finally exploded – inspired by the events in Tunisia. The fact that the Egyptian government has been taken by surprise is a sign of how disconnected the regime has become from the re

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LewRockwell.com

Everything Needs To Be Abolished, And here's why, says Tom Woods - Come to the 1st Ron Paul Monetary Hearing - Another Economic 'Martial Law in the Streets' Moment - Shooting on a Shoestring, Firearms that you can afford

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Global Voices

On February the 2nd, the Egyptian authorities decided to restore the Internet after five days of a near-complete shut down of the service. During that period, which is believed to have cost the country tens of millions of dollars, the government clam

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LewRockwell.com

Egypt!, Karen Kwiatkowski on St. Augustine and Étienne de la Boétie, and why DC should be next - Mubarakian Oppression, Americans feel the sting, too, says Paul Craig Roberts - Liars: Bernanke and the BLS, Marc Faber on inflation, the false economic

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C4SS / Thomas L. Knapp

Any lasting coalition between secularist and Islamist statists seems unlikely. Eventually they’ll duke it out. But they’re pulling together for the moment to combat the specter of anarchy.

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Hosni Mubarak, the 31 year sock puppet despot of the Anglo-American governments, is already deposed whether he yet recognizes such or not. The Egyptian people (like Tunisia) already awoke to their own power and are overthrowing oppression.  Th

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AntiWar.com / Justin Raimondo

Hosni Mubarak’s American fan club is a coalition of neocons like John Bolton, nutballs, like Pamela Geller, and the Israel-appeasers who inhabit the security and diplomatic establishment and don’t dare sneeze without Tel Aviv’s permission.

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arclein

Egypt has often harassed the Qatar-based channel since it began in 1996, setting off a revolution in Arab media in the face of state-controlled information, but it had never before tried to shut down its operations completely. But the channel led

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