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Saturday, January 29, 2011

Bangunan "UMNO Mesir" Sedang Terbakar!!!!!!!

Pada hari ini, rakyat Mesir telah bangkit. Mereka bangkit tanpa rasa takut dan risau. Mereka telah bangkit untuk menjatuhkan regim Mubarak yang menjadi pencacai kepada Amerika dan Yahudi. Mereka bangkit dengan semangat mahu memerangi kronisma, nepotisma dan korupsi. Mereka mahu supaya masa depan anak cucu mereka terjamin dan bukan setakat masa depan kroni dan pemimpin2 "UMNO Mesir"(parti NDP)

Pada hari ini, Markaz Besar parti NDP (parti Mubarak) sedang terbakar. Ia dibakar oleh rakyat Mesir sendiri walaupun Markaz Besar ini adalah salah satu mercutanda bandar Kaherah.

Kepada sesiapa yang tidak tahu simbolisma ini, bayangkan bangunan PWTC terbakar kerana dibakar rakyat!!!. Begitulah apa yang sedang berlaku di Mesir sekarang ini. Rakyat Mesir melahirkan kemarahan mereka dan membakar markaz utama parti pemerintah Mesir yang bernama NDP.

Lain-lain perkembangan:

1.0 Polis telah meninggalkan semua bandar-bandar besar termasuk Kaherah. Rakyat Mesir dan Kaherah sedang turun dalam bilangan yang beratus ribu. Pada waktu ini, boleh dikatakan polis Mesir telah hilang segala kawalan ke atas Kaherah ataupun di semua bandar di Mesir.

2.0 Balai Polis terbesar di Kaherah juga sedang terbakar. Banyak balai polis serata Mesir juga sedang terbakar. Pokoknya balai-balai Polis seluruh Mesir sedang terbakar.

3.0 Bangunan Kementrian Luar Negeri Mesir telah diambil alih oleh para penunjuk perasaaan. Pada masa ini, para penunjuk perasaan sedang berusaha untuk mengambil alih "RTM" Mesir serta bangunan Kementrian Penerangan Mesir.

4.0 Demonstrasi ini berlaku di SELURUH MESIR termasuk di bandar-bandar kecil seperti Bani Suwaiyz. Polis Mesir tidak mampu untuk menghadapi protes dan tunjuk perasaan yang berlaku di seluruh Mesir ini. Di Kaherah dan bandar-bandar besar, polis telah menghilangkan diri.

5.0 Kenderaan-kenderaan Polis sedang dibakar oleh penunjuk-penunjuk perasaan. Mana-mana kenderaan polis yang dapat dicapai oleh penunjuk perasaan, akan dibakar atau dihumban ke sungai Nil.

6.0 Perintah berkurung telah dikenakan kepada rakyat Mesir di bandar-bandar besar. Namun, kerana polis telah menghilang diri, maka perintah berkurung ini tidak diikuti oleh rakyat Mesir.

7.0 Amerika melahirkan kesedihan mereka di atas apa yang berlaku di Mesir. Namun, ia tidak lebih dari kebimbangan mereka kerana hilangnya salah satu "kawan Israel" yang paling kuat di Timur Tengah. Itu sahaja. Selama ini Amerika tidak pernah kesah dan hirau betapa teruknya kehidupan rakyat Mesir. Yang penting bagi Amerika hanyalah Israel.

8.0 Orang-orang kuat parti NDP sedang diserang, dirompak, dipukul dan dicampak dalam sungai seluruh Mesir sekarang ini.

9.0 Kaherah sedang diselimuti asap kerana kebakaran berlaku di merata rata tempat.

10.0 Demonstrasi seluruh Mesir ini TIADA PENGANJUR. Rata-rata protes ini dianggotai oleh anak-anak muda di dalam lingkungan 20-30 tahun. Oleh kerana protes ini tiada penganjur, maka Mubarak menghadapi masaalah untuk menghancurkan gerakan ini. Anak-anak muda Mesir ini keluar protes kerana mereka sudah tiada harapan dengan Mubarak untuk menjamin masa depan mereka.

Tulang Besi rasa, kejatuhan Regim "UMNO Mesir" hanya menunggu masa untuk jatuh. Rasanya kejatuhan Mubarak ini semakin hampir. Tapi, tak tau lah. Ini kerana tidak mungkin Amerika akan membiarkan kawan Israel paling besar ini akan dibiarkan Amerika untuk jatuh.

Kita tengoklah nanti.
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  1. "Kepada sesiapa yang tidak tahu simbolisma ini, bayangkan bangunan PWTC terbakar kerana dibakar rakyat!!!."
    Hold your horses there, TB
    From what you've said, don't be surprised that Papa Gomo, PK and even GM tak ori lodging a police report and police will come knocking on your door and arrest on you on charges of inciting violence

    IMO, PWTC should not be burned or demolished or whatever
    Just gave the building to PAS that is if PR marches into Putrajaya, InsyaAllah
    PAS always wanted to conduct their annual muktamar there
    That would be pretty freaking sweet

    Oh, I guess I have to expect some bombardment from GM and his kind of me willing to forsake a national heritage to bunch of ulamaks

  2. This is what called people power, not crony aka FLOM power. Bravo and thumbs up to Egypt people.

    UMNOAPCO YAHUDI LAHANAT is pissing in their pants right now. ha ha ha ha..

  3. Alhamdullillah....

    Satu Dajjal Mesir dah jatuh... namun ada beribu2 lagi akan muncul.

    'One at a time' strategi memang bagui.

  4. dimana mana pun polis sentiasa menjadi pecacai pemerintah zalim... dan dibenci rakyat...

  5. Thousands protest in Jordan
    Protesters gather across the country, demanding the prime minister step down.
    Thousands of people in Jordan have taken to the streets in protests, demanding the country's prime minister step down, and the government curb rising prices, inflation and unemployment.

    In the third consecutive Friday of protests, about 3,500 opposition activists from Jordan's main Islamist opposition group, trade unions and leftist organisations gathered in the capital, waving colourful banners reading: "Send the corrupt guys to court".

    The crowd denounced Samir Rifai's, the prime minister, and his unpopular policies.

    Many shouted: "Rifai go away, prices are on fire and so are the Jordanians.''

    Another 2,500 people also took to the streets in six other cities across the country after the noon prayers. Those protests also called for Rifai's ouster.

    Members of the Islamic Action Front, the political wing of the Muslim Brotherhood and Jordan's largest opposition party, swelled the ranks of the demonstrators, massing outside the al-Husseini mosque in Amman and filling the downtown streets with their prayer lines.

    King Abdullah has promised some reforms, particularly on a controversial election law. But many believe it is unlikely he will bow to demands for the election of the prime minister and Cabinet officials, traditionally appointed by the king.

    Rifai also announced a $550 million package of new subsidies in the last two weeks for fuel and staple products like rice, sugar, livestock and liquefied gas used for heating and cooking. It also includes a raise for civil servants and security personnel.

  6. Record deficit

    However, Jordan's economy continues to struggle, weighed down by a record deficit of $2bn this year.

    Inflation has also risen by 1.5 per cent to 6.1 per cent just last month, unemployment and poverty are rampant - estimated at 12 and 25 per cent respectively.

    Ibrahim Alloush, a university professor, told the Associated Press that it was not a question of changing faces or replacing one prime minister with another.

    "We're demanding changes on how the country is now run," he said.

    He also accused the government of impoverishing the working class with regressive tax codes which forced the poor to pay a higher proportion of their income as tax.

    He also accused parliament as serving as a "rubber stamp'' to the executive branch.

    "This is what has led people to protest in the streets because they don't have venues for venting how they feel through legal means," Alloush said.

  7. eport: Egyptian president's son Gamal Mubarak arrives in London

    Gamal and Ala Mubarak, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's sons, have arrived in London with their families, Al Jazeera reported. The report is based on sources in the Egyptian community in the British capital. Gamal Mubarak was expected to be President Mubarak's successor. (Roee Nahmias)

  8. Egypt Closes Banks, Stock Market; Protests Spread to Saudi Arabia, Jordan; Saudi King Backs Mubarak; Reflections on Misguided US Policy

    One sure way to get people fired up is to shut down the stock market and all the banks, thereby denying citizens access to their money. Yet, that is exactly the desperate course of action chosen by Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.

    Protests have now spread to Saudi Arabia, and Jordan. So far however, the protests in Saudi Arabia are of a peaceful nature, mostly related to government response to flooding. Recent history suggests that may change at any moment into something far more significant.

    In a move that can easily backfire, the Saudi king defended Mubarak and offered support.

    Meanwhile, in Jordan, the pace of protests have now picked up as opposition supporters have held rallies in Amman and called for the resignation of Jordan's prime minister.

  9. Egyptian Bourse, Banks to Close

    Bloomberg reports Egyptian Bourse, Banks to Close Tomorrow on Unrest

    The Egyptian bourse will be closed tomorrow after thousands of protestors congregated in central Cairo for a fifth day and President Hosni Mubarak ignored demands to resign. Banks will also be shut, State TV said.

    “No one expected this to take place and at such a fast sequence of events,” said Mohamed Radwan, head of international sales at Cairo-based Pharos Holding for Financial Investment. "The critical time frame for the market is from now until the implementation of economic and democratic reforms demanded by the people."

    Soldiers, backed by armored carriers and tanks, are guarding banks and government buildings in the capital after acts of looting and theft yesterday. Forty people were killed and another 1,100 people were injured yesterday and today in the clashes that have swept major cities including Cairo, according to the Egyptian Health Ministry. The government of Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif resigned today at Mubarak’s request.

  10. Domino Effect

    Bloomberg reports Saudi Stocks Decline Most Since May as Egyptians Defy Curfew

    Saudi Arabian shares retreated the most since May on concern political unrest could spread in the Middle East after Egyptian protesters clashed with police and the North African country’s president refused to resign.

    The Tadawul All Share Index tumbled 6.4 percent, the most since May 25, to 6,267.22 at the 3:30 p.m. close in Riyadh. All but one of the 146 shares fell. Saudi Basic Industries Corp., the world’s largest petrochemical maker, slumped 7.5 percent. Savola Azizia United Co., a food producer with subsidiaries in Egypt, dropped 10 percent, the maximum fluctuation allowed in a single trading session.

    “There is a lot of worry looming among investors that we’re going to see a domino effect across the region,” said Amro Halwani, a trader at Shuaa Capital PSC in Riyadh. “That is pushing investors away from equities and straight into cash. It is panic selling across the board.”

    Mubarak appoints leade

  11. Mubarak appoints leaders as protests rage

    MarketWatch reports Mubarak appoints leaders as protests rage

    Mubarak appointed his intelligence chief, Omar Suleiman, vice president and named former civil aviation minister Ahmed Shafik prime minister. Shafik was charged with setting up a new government.

    The appointment of the 74-year-old Suleiman may signal that Mubarak won’t run again in presidential elections in September. But the appointments of Suleiman and Shafik didn’t slow protestors’ demands for Mubarak’s resignation or immediately satisfy the Obama administration.

    “The Egyptian government can’t reshuffle the deck and then stand pat,” U.S. State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley wrote Saturday on Twitter. “President Mubarak’s words pledging reform must be followed by action.”

  12. Protests Call for Ouster of Jordanian Prime Minister

    Anti-government action in Jordan picked up and Jordanian Protesters Say Prime Minister Must Go

    Taking their cue from Tunisia and Egypt, an estimated 3,000 Jordanians marched through the streets after Friday prayers, demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Samir Rifai and calling for political and economic reforms.

    They warned corrupt Arab leaders would face the same fate as ousted Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.

    Peaceful protests were also held in the cities of Irbid, Karak, Maan, and Diban, AFP reported. Jordan has a population of six million, 70 percent of whom under the age of 30. Official unemployment is running at about 14 percent, but other estimates put joblessness at 30 percent.

    The government says it is pumping around $500 million into the economy to improve the people's standard of living.

  13. Peaceful Protests in Saudi Arabia

    In Saudi Arabia, Dozens of protesters arrested in Jeddah

    Dozens of protesters have been arrested in Saudi Arabia's second biggest city after they protested against the weaknesses of infrastructure of Jeddah.

    The protests were triggered on Friday after floods swept through the city, killing at least four people, and raising fears of a repeat of the deadly 2009 deluge, in which more than 120 people lost their lives.

    On Wednesday, torrential rains caused flooding that swept away cars and downed electric lines in Jeddah.

    The oil-rich kingdom lacks the basic necessary systems and structures to drain water out of the residential areas during a heavy rainfall.

    Given infrastructure is this bad, I have a simple question: What the hell is Saudi Arabia doing with all the oil money it receives?

    I also have an answer: It is going into the pockets of billionaire sheiks who have more money than they possibly know what to do with. The same could be said for multi-billionaires everywhere.

    Saudi Protest Video


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