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Agent Provocateur: Decadence, Arab politics and Islamism
The denial, the Jewish community leaders say, follows protests by Christian groups. This article ought to be read whilst on a trip with some decent acid. Note to the apparatchiks acid as in hallucinogenic stuff, and trip as in being under the influence of the said hallucinogenic substances, to see the world as president Bush the junior the famous dry drunk, and user of exotic substances sees. Starting with sex, and sleaze and despicable shenanigans, and ending up with good Mubark, can only be rational, and or somewhat digestible only then. Missing from the article for those under the influence is the flashbacks to the parting seas, etc. Finally for those of us sober lot, could there be a refund for wasting precious electricity and time to read such utter cock and bull story in praise of the Arab vassal, who is kept on short leash to let Israel be, to carry on the genocide of Palestinians another day, so that the Islamists are kept at bay for another day???!!!!
I have seem this video and lots of others on Youtube, they are all sad and heartbreaking, it just goes to show you that it is the owner not the dog, that cause these animals to become aggressive, Pit Bulls are one of the most loyal, loving and obedient dogs a person could ever have, they will do what ever you tell them, even if it is wrong. People take advantage of their good nature and willingness to please their masters, I have had APBT's all of my life and not a single one of them have misbehaved, acted aggressive, or biten anyone, I have always cherished and respected these dogs Words cannot express how bad I feel about this video and the conditions the dogs are placed in.
Now that President Hosni Mubarak was gone, the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's largest opposition group, said it will register as a legitimate political party once party restrictions are lifted. But it initially said it would not field a candidate in the next presidential election. While the specter of an MB presidency haunted secular Egyptians, it initially seemed unlikely in the immediate post-Mubarak period. Under the legal framework established by Mubarak, the MB had no ability to put forward a presidential candidate in the event of an election.