Honestly, you think a nation of 7 million people is going to invade Egypt and somehow keep control of riots and use it to any benefit of their own?
Its too late for invasion, if they had any cards invested in this game, its sliding down the hill to the ocean. Israel cant afford to take any more
flak, they can barely stay afloat in wars without US support and I sincerely doubt that will continue if Israel decides to invade Egypt.
edit on 2-2-2011 by Gradius Maximus because: (no reason given)
Hey i'm with you man (or woman?), anarchy has worked pretty good the last week or so. People helping people and such. I say erase those colonial
lines. I don't think government is ever the answer but it is so ingrained in peoples consciousness that they feel helpless without it. I have to
say that my crystal ball doesn't see people abandoning the idea of government any time soon. I'll let you know. lol
In all honesty it is all very worrying, the shape of the middle-east will be shook up dramatically but there is still more moves to take place before
Israel invade anywhere. The plan is not complete yet, further countries must fall & a strong middle-east with extremists in power in each country
before Israel realises its in the sh!t. It could be too late by then but this is only the beginning my fellow adventurer
Finally after two days of me screaming the message of the "Big Event" taking place now is beginning to be noticed around here
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by DarthPhobos because: (no reason given)
it's ironic, in every interview of egyptian protesters, they are calling for almost begging for democracy, and the one nation that stands in it's
way, propping and supporting a dictator, is the self proclaimed leader and defender of democracy, the united states.
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