You are in our thoughts & prayers. From America, in solidarity. Mubarak is a criminal. Long live the power of people.
…Egypt is on fire, and for Americans that could pose a huge problem.
The tens of thousands of protesters are trying to bring down the man who has held power in Egypt for 30 years, President Hosni Mubarak. They want better living conditions.
But for the U.S., alarm bells are sounding. Egypt is one of the strongest U.S. allies in the Arab world, supporting a Mideast peace process and fighting terrorism.
“If the Egyptian government falls, then all bets are off throughout the region,” said David Bender, an analyst with the Eurasia Group.
“Whatever government comes next is likely to be more suspicious, if not outright hostile, but certainly more suspicious of the U.S. than the current regime,” Bender said.” —
I think it’s worth it though, just to see…this 30 year dictatorship hasn’t been nearly as beneficial to the people as the possibility of a living, breathing democracy. -Alexis
No evil can overtake me.
All negativity, blasphemy must pay. But no money could ever change me. My heart shall be eternally grateful, for the blessing of this place. My feet on the earth. To look at the sky. To make love for the sake of creating.
But she keeps herself grounded. Everything she needed, she found it. Here, in this world full of calamity, depression and insanity…