14 Feb


Via The Australian:

On Friday, the military allowed protesters to gather outside Mr Mubarak’s presidential palace in a Cairo suburb — but by that time the president and his immediate family had flown to another palace in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, 400km away.

Mr Suleiman was left to announce that Mr Mubarak was stepping down.

In a two-sentence statement to state television that took 49 seconds, it was all over.

Via The Age:

A day after Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak was driven from power by a popular uprising, President Barack Obama called Jordan’s King Abdullah, among others, to emphasise American support for greater political openness. Mr Obama expressed his ”conviction that democracy will bring more – not less – stability in the region,” according to a White House account of the calls.

Diplomats from some Middle East nations say the administration’s response to the Egyptian uprising has made them question how much US support they would receive in the face of their own anti-government demonstrations.

Leaders in the region ”didn’t miss it when Obama came out to say it was time for Mubarak to go”, said one Arab diplomat, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

US officials also have been trying to reassure allies of Washington’s continued backing.



2 Responses to “WHAT NOW?”

  1. x February 15, 2011 at 9:07 am #

    God you’re a wanker.

  2. AC Stewart February 16, 2011 at 7:07 am #

    Well I do like to masturbate it’s true. 🙂

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