reply to post by CodeRed3D
Frankly I am disgusted that this crap even makes the news. The ONLY important ,remotely news worthy element of the Egyptian revolution is that
democracy has the potential to find another home in the world. The fact that previously established democracies are soiling thier ever so expensive
underwear over the financial impact of this is testament to something I have long believed about such well established democracies. That would be that
they rely on democracy being exclusively available to themselves, and nations they consider to be stable already. When a nation which has even the
remotest chance of going over the edge, and becoming a problem state, or harder to manipulate with cash, these old campaigners , these monoliths of
people power, go ape, loose worth, and cannot sustain even thier DIGNITY during such upheavals.
It should be the aim and the desire of every democratic nation, and every person in a democratic society, to spread this political methodology as
far, and as wide as it can go, to show the benifits of universal freedom of expression, equal rights and access to the political landscape, and the
freedom and power to change that which makes life burdensome and keeps all but a ruling class under the thumb of poverty and disharmony.
Instead, we see that some pathetic and utterly spineless individuals are more interested in the ecconomic backwash that is being caused by what ought
to be recognised as a good thing.
Its not just the US that will be affected by this change. All the financial institutions in the world will feel this change at some point, but you
dont see the leaders of the free world all prattling thier fears and sorrows about the situation.
Heres my truth. If the spread of democracy caused the utter destruction of the ecconomy in my nation, I would welcome the chaos, and rely on the
strength of democracy to see my nation through such worries. I would rather be uncomfortable in day to day life, and remain dignified and quiet in the
face of the jubilation felt by newly democratic nations, than immediately complain bitterly that joyous as these changes are, they are killing my
nation slowly. The very fact , that ANYONE sees fit to mention such dirty , and utterly UNIMPORTANT matters as finance, in the face of such a positive
change in the world, confounds my ability to render a response which is adequate to my complete contempt for the attitude which makes these comments
In short, if one is really so obsessed with ones bank accounts, one can all shut up for about a year while people who actualy have souls, and hearts,
and want the best for EVERYONE on Earth, get on with celebrating one of the most important moments in the history of democracy itself.