الخميس، فبراير 10، 2011

Lawyers protest against Iraq government

BAGHDAD — Hundreds of lawyers took to the streets across Iraq on Thursday to protest against widespread corruption and unemployment in demonstrations inspired by anti-government uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia.

The demonstrations in Baghdad, Karbala, Kut, Ramadi and Amara came a day after Iraq's anti-corruption chief said ministers frequently covered up graft in their departments.

In the capital, around 500 people, mostly lawyers but also including some tribal sheikhs, called for the government to open up so-called "secret prisons" to scrutiny, give detainees access to legal counsel and take stronger measures to fight corruption and boost employment.

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غير معرف يقول...

Checkpoint in Baghdad

Freddie Starr يقول...

Freddie Starr ate my hamster.

Um Ayad يقول...

Egypt's Mubarak refuses to quit

Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak has said he will stay in office and transfer all power only after September's presidential election.

His comments in a national TV address confounded earlier reports that he was preparing to stand down immediately.

Mr Mubarak said he would delegate some powers to Vice-President Omar Suleiman, but would ignore "diktats from abroad".

Thousands of anti-government protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square reacted angrily to his announcement.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-12424587

Ayman يقول...

"Just give me 30 more years to complete Egypt's transition to representative government," Mubarak was reported to have implied in today's speech.

Wonder how this will play with the Egyptian people.

غير معرف يقول...

@ Zeyad.

It seems this day will show whether the Egyptian people's protest becomes a people's revolution, or not.

It looks that either tomorrow the dictator Hosni Mubarak (together with the CIA torturer, Omar Suleiman) fulfils his declared dream of dying in Egypt, or it will instead be the dreams of the idealistic democratic demonstrators that will end on the torture benches of Omar Suleiman's mukhabarat, as a step to unmarked graves in the desert or the river (like happened to thousands of Egyptians before them, under the benevolent aegis of the American and Israeli allies of the Egyptian regime).

Let's hope that the democratic revolution wins...

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

 
Yo, ‘Italian’!  How ya comin’ along with the search for that imaginary transcript of that imaginary interview with Suleiman?

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

   
Just to recap:  The ersatz ‘Italian’ was trying to back up a fantasy by Bruno to the effect that the Egyptian military was laboring under the (also fantasy) belief that Israel and Hamas were conspiring to run joint covert ops in Egypt to bring down Hosni Mubarak.  (Nothwithstanding that Israel is nervous as hell ‘bout the possible ramifications of this upheaval on her borders.)  So, in support of the Bruno fantasy, the ersatz ‘Italian’ then offered us up a supposed quote from Suleiman to the effect that ‘the Egyptian people' [sic] rebellion had been organised by ‘a conspiracy between Israel and Hamas’."
‘Cept, of course, Suleiman never said any such thing and there was no such interview.    And those two clowns are just postin’ whatever outrageous bullshit comes to mind, ‘cause that's pretty much all they got goin’ for ‘em at this point.

RhusLancia يقول...

Approximately from Sandmonkey's twitter, while waiting for the speech today:

"Changing his Facebook status with Israel and the USA to 'its complicated' #ReasonsMubarakIsLate"

Cargosquid يقول...

Lawyers AGAINST corruption?

I sure wish we had those in the States.

غير معرف يقول...

@ Lee C., 6:53 PM & following one.

["people'" being 'people's', of course, oh lice-picking beast, lol!]

As for the substance, dear mangy critter, if there is the transcript or the video clip of Omar Suleiman's interview at Egypt State TV on the 3rd of February (YES, THE INTERVIEW TOOK PLACE, while your famous Eyewackian Referendum DID NOT), neither I nor you could understand what he said.

I referred only what people reported about it on the web; and Sandmonkey and others have written that Egyptian State TV has kept blathering ever since about the Sionist-Hamas-whatever conspiracy, in ludicrous forms.

So, stinky monkey, you're being as silly and documented as 'ya' usually are... vide Referendum, lol!!!

(I'm surprised that none of your subhuman Ahmehwican collegues has told you yet that you're wrong... they should learn to spare themselves the embarassment 'ya' represent to the US of Ahmehwicah. lol).

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

 
I should take this then as your more or less official notice that you're abandoning any effort to find a transcript to match those quote marks you imagined up for us?
I'll also have to take it as clear evidence that you'll just make up stuff as suits you so you can see your own rants in print.  (Albeit, only on the internet, but beats being ignored by your neighbors I'd reckon, which is probably what you're used to.) 
However, the end of that subject gets us back to where things were before, which is this:
Ya'll (you and Bruno and your ilk and kin) just post any damn thing without regard to its veracity or even its credibility.  You have a marked tendency towards ‘outrageous bullshit’ as I've previously described it.  I can't be bothered with trying to debunk your bunk as fast as ya'll can pour it out.
So, back to the rule as previously stated:  When ya'll happen to come up with something interesting enough to warrant comment, I'll be sure and let ya know.  ‘Til then, well, to repeat myself:

      "You come up with anything really interesting,
      something worth engaging with, I'll be sure and
      let you know. ‘Til then, I'll just watch you
      scramblin’ for something, anything, and I'll be
      quietly amused. ‘Cause you seem to sorta share
      in the panic, and I do find that amusing.
"
      Lee C. @ 3:31 PM, previous thread

Clown.

james يقول...

FLEE "that imaginary interview with Suleiman?"

The simian loses again:

"And day before yesterday, Suleiman’s interview on national TV in Egypt was kind of like the Glenn Beck stroking your bunny moment for Suleiman. He really was just nuts. He blamed the protests on a combination of Hamas and Israel and al-Qaeda and Anderson Cooper, and everybody just thought that was just creepy and weird. "

http://www.immortaltechnique.co.uk/Thread-A-Two-Hour-Special-on-the-Revolt-Against-the-Mubarak-Regime-Democracy-Now

... tis to be expected of course. How can a base animal compete with actual, live humans?

james يقول...

"Down, down Hosni Mubarak," chanted the protesters, who numbered a few dozen. A sign delivering the same message had been attached to barbed wire that was blocking one of the entrances to the palace. "

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/02/11/egypt-palace-idUSLDE71A0E920110211

james يقول...

^
%&^^ google put up my posts using another email identity. That was me.

Bruno يقول...

Oh, for pete's sake ...

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

 
 
      "He blamed the protests on a combination of
      Hamas and Israel and al-Qaeda and Anderson
      Cooper…
"

Good morning Bruno.  Think the alias is gonna make you seem smarter or less partisan somehow? 
So, you're gonna give stuff from an instant-on web site that headlines itself as "A Two-Hour Special on the Revolt Against the U.S.-Backed Mubarak Regime"?  This when it's been fairly clear for weeks that the Obama administration was pressing Mubarak to step down (first behind the scenes, more openly these days).
Nobody ever said that either you or the ersatz ‘Italian’ were creative enough to come up with this crap on your own.  In fact, my initial question on the subject was:

      "Supposedly, these Egyptian soldiers are
      supposed to believe that the Israeli and Hamas
      are secret allies and are running joint covert ops
      in Egypt. And it never occurred to you to
      question the veracity of the tales being carried by
      the folks carrying that tale?
"
      Lee C. @ 3:31 AM, previous thread

In answer to this, and in support of you, the ‘Italian’ gave us a faked, supposed quote.  And in support of him you're now giving us a lefty "web forum" full of various forms of foolishness.  (I believe I saw something about vegan Martians when I was skimming through there.)  What we don't have, however, is anybody (other than the ersatz ‘Italian’ that is) who'll back up that allegation of a conspiracy between Hamas and Israel to run joint covert ops in Egypt against Mubarak.  And that's what the ‘Italian’ alleged he had for ya, in your support; and ya still ain't got it, even at the screwball web-forum, anybody who claims to have heard Suleiman make that preposterous conspiracy claim out loud.

But, you did get my attention what with the alias there and all.  So, ‘yes’, you're a clown too.  Happy now?

غير معرف يقول...

@ All, RE: Filthy Referendum Diximonkey.

Sandmonkey (who's a human who chose such a moniker, while our stinky Kansonian beast is a monkey that chose 'Lee C.' as a moniker) wrote about the State TV follow-up to Suleiman's speech:

"In the meantime, State-owned and affiliated TV channels were showing coverage of Peaceful Mubarak Protests all over Egypt and showing recorded footage of Tahrir Square protest from the night before and claiming it's the situation there at the moment. Hundreds of calls by public figures and actors started calling the channels saying that they are with Mubarak, and that he is our Father and we should support him on the road to democracy. A veiled girl with a blurred face went on Mehwer TV claiming to have received funding by Americans to go to the US and took courses on how to bring down the Egyptian government through protests which were taught by Jews. She claimed that AlJazeera is lying, and that the only people in Tahrir square now were Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas. State TV started issuing statements on how the people arrested Israelis all over Cairo engaged in creating mayhem and causing chaos. For those of you who are counting this is an American-Israeli-Qatari-Muslim Brotherhood-Iranian-Hamas conspiracy. Imagine that. And MANY PEOPLE BOUGHT IT".

This written, we can safely leave the sick beast Leecy to its filth.
I wonder why Bwidgette doesn't intervene on her tailed pupil, lol!

Hi, Bruno :).

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

   
And, just by the way, if anybody's really been following this on other than the screwball lefty, anti-Merkin sites, they'll have noticed that Mubarak and Suleiman are actually blaming us, the Evil Merkins, for trying to hustle Mubarak out of power.
That must be givin’ you guys fits trying to figure out how to ignore that one, ‘cause (aside from the fact that it doesn't fit with your preferred story line) that's not a story likely to piss off the general population in Egypt, and that's gotta be givin’ you guys fits.

Bruno يقول...

Gosh I assume that that puts the ranting ape to bed for good.

How does it feel to be a LOSER yet again, FLEE?

Bruno يقول...

"He blamed the protests on a combination of Hamas and Israel and al-Qaeda and Anderson Cooper, and everybody just thought that was just creepy and weird. "

Bruno يقول...

I wonder how FLEE feels about the Egyptian military torturing Egyptians on US money?

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

   
      "A veiled girl with a blurred face went on
      Mehwer TV claiming…
"

Let's see here…  You're now claiming that Suleiman went on Egyptian TV and made the ‘conspiracy between Israel and Hamas’ allegation while in costume, masquerading as ‘a veiled girl with a blurred face’?
Jesus H!  How do you expect to sell any of this stuff?

Bruno يقول...

"He blamed the protests on a combination of Hamas and Israel and al-Qaeda and Anderson Cooper, and everybody just thought that was just creepy and weird. "

Bruno يقول...

How is it that animals get access to the internet in the US?

Bruno يقول...

Hey, FLEE! Tell us about US aid to the Egyptian military again?

Bruno يقول...

LOL

Bruno يقول...

"That may not be enough to satisfy the increasingly angry pro-democracy movement that has gripped Egypt for 17 days. Suleiman's heavy-handed role suppressing anti-Mubarak dissident organizations, such as the Muslim Brotherhood, and his ties to the CIA make him a poor choice to lead the country, even temporarily, and could lead to escalating violence in the coming days, many observers say.

"He's as unacceptable to the protesters as Mubarak. He has fully sided with Mubarak and has used threats to dissuade protesters," says Fawaz Gerges, professor of Middle Eastern politics and international relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science."

http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/2011-02-11-suleiman11_ST_N.htm?sms_ss=email&at_xt=4d5497fdb645459e%2C0

Bruno يقول...

Run, run, run ... flee, flee, flee ...

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

 
      "He blamed the protests on a combination of
      Hamas and Israel and al-Qaeda and Anderson
      Cooper…
"

Yeah, sure, blame is one thing.  Having listened to Glenn Hannibaugh ramble through this for a couple of days I'm familiar with the tactic of blaming everybody for one element or another.
Where's the ‘conspiracy’ allegation, alleging coordination and joint covert ops conducted jointly by and between Hamas and the Israeli?

Bruno يقول...

"Yeah, sure, blame is one thing."

Oops. I guess we can wrap it up, then?

Bruno يقول...

Hey, FLEE! Tell us about US aid to the Egyptian military again?

Bruno يقول...

"I'm familiar with the tactic of blaming everybody"

Yep, you are.

Bruno يقول...

Appear to have made a break for it.

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

 
And, just by the way, I think Sandmonkey was taking a little poetic liscense there.  I think Suleiman left al-Qaeda off of his list, but did have the Muslim Brotherhood down as a culprit.  (Although, I don't recall any mention of Anderson Cooper either; I'm apparently more familiar with what he did say than you are.  And, just for the record; Suleiman granted several interviews on the 3rd; three that I know of, maybe a fourth too.)

Bruno يقول...

The Egyptian military has thrown its weight behind Hosni Mubarak's decision not to resign as president and to transfer most of his powers to his vice-president.
[...]
The army said it would protect the nation but repeated a call for protesters to go home so life could return to normal; protests and strikes have had a serious effect on the Egyptian economy.The army "confirms the need to resume orderly work in the government installations and a return to normal life, preserve the interests and property of our great people". The communique acknowledged the delegation of powers to Omar Suleiman, indicating that the military stood squarely behind the president's speech, and also pledged to "preserve the stability and safety of the nation".

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/feb/11/egyptian-army-backs-hosni-mubarak

Bruno يقول...

Yo, FLEE! Tell us about US aid to the Egyptian military again?

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

 
This one should be easy ‘nuff Bruno.  The ersatz ‘Italian’ was trying to back you up by claiming that:

      ""Omar Suleyman…alleged in his TV interview
of the 3rd of February that the Egyptian people'
rebellion had been organised by ‘a conspiracy
between Israel and Hamas…’
"
The ersatz ‘Italian’ @ 9:03 AM, previous thread

So, where's the allegation from Suleiman of ‘a conspiracy between Israel and Hamas…’?

Answer is:  Ain't there nowhere.  He never said that.

Bruno يقول...

"He blamed the protests on a combination of Hamas and Israel and al-Qaeda and Anderson Cooper, and everybody just thought that was just creepy and weird. "

Bruno يقول...

Yo, FLEE! Tell us about US aid to the Egyptian military again?

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

 
 
Conspiracy’, Bruno, not chain of events, not combination of causes, ‘conspiracy’.
Where's the allegation of ‘a conspiracy between Hamas and Israel’?

Bruno يقول...

"He blamed the protests on a combination of Hamas and Israel and al-Qaeda and Anderson Cooper, and everybody just thought that was just creepy and weird. "

Bruno يقول...

Rubbing your face in it, LEE.

How does that feel?

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

 
Conspiracy’, Bruno, not combination of causes, not a chain of events provoked by various actors, ‘conspiracy’.
Where's the allegation of ‘a conspiracy between Hamas and Israel’?

And, the answer is:  No such allegation was ever made by Suleiman.  Even trying to sell to the illiterate, long-time propaganda fed masses, Suleiman wouldn't go there.  And yet you're trying to sell it here to people who can read.  You're that desperate for a story to tell.
That's rather pathetic.
You're rather pathetic, you know that, don't you?

Bruno يقول...

LMAO ... the ape returns to debating how many angels can fit on the head of a pin, in order to avoid looking like the biggest idiot on the internet ... again.

Carry on, sonny.

The question isn't about "conspiracy" but whether Suleiman blamed Israel and Hamas. And he did.

You lose.

Again.

Bruno يقول...

Yo, FLEE! Tell us about US aid to the Egyptian military again?

Um Ayad يقول...

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Bruno يقول...

Excellent post by Sandmonkey:

http://www.sandmonkey.org/2011/02/11/mubaraks-gamble/

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

 
      "The question isn't about ‘conspiracy’…
"

Truth is otherwise.  I am the one who posed the question; to wit:

      "Supposedly, these Egyptian soldiers are
      supposed to believe that the Israeli and Hamas
      are secret allies and are running joint covert ops
      in Egypt. And it never occurred to you to
      question the veracity of the tales being carried by
      the folks carrying that tale?
"
      Lee C. @ 3:31 AM, previous thread

And, in fact the question was specifically about this supposed conspiracy you had first mentioned.   Pretending otherwise gets you nowhere.

      "Yo, FLEE! Tell us about US aid to the Egyptian
      military again?
"

And you want to change the subject instead.  I do believe that's a fair indication that my work here is probably done for the day.  Rather doubt if I can make you look any more obstinate and partisan and flat out stupid than you do now.  Good a place as any to let it go. 
So, do have a nice weekend now.  At the very least you'll have time to dream up more fantasies to wave ‘round come Monday.

Bruno يقول...

"And, in fact the question was specifically about this supposed conspiracy you had first mentioned. "

Who cares what you think?

Clearly, the line going around is that Israel, Hamas, Al Qaeda, the murkins and so forth are behind the instability. THAT is what is important. Whether or not they have signed onto a secret LEE-C-INSPIRED conspiracy pact, signed in blood and guarded by the tooth fairy, is besides the point entirely.

Your moronic games with definitions are merely red herrings, Zeuglodon sized one to boot.

FLEE "And you want to change the subject instead.

That subject was first in case you're wondering.

The change of subject is your "conspiracy" red herring.

Bruno يقول...

Yo, FLEE! Tell us about US aid to the Egyptian military again?

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

 
      "Clearly, the line going around is that Israel,
      Hamas, Al Qaeda, the murkins and so forth are
      behind the instability.
"

You appear not to have noticed that ‘the line’ you're promoting ain't been goin’ ‘round.  Pretty much fell down dead right outta the gate, in spite of your best efforts.  However, with or without your notice, that pretty much be true.  (Gotta be frustrating for you; all those arabs in the street and they're not chanting anti-American slogans.)

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

 
      "Yo, FLEE! Tell us about US aid to the
      Egyptian military again?
"

How ‘bout I tell you instead ‘bout how the protesters in Tahrir Square are calling on the Egyptian military to ensure the transition to a ‘democratic’ state, and lock Mubarak up, maybe banish him to his villa in Sharm-el-Sheik, somewhere out of the way, if he won't resign?  Seems they're not all that pissed off at what we spent our money on in Egypt.  That's just gotta frustrate the hell outta you.  And I am amused.

Bruno يقول...

[bruno] Clearly, the line going around is that Israel, Hamas, Al Qaeda, the murkins and so forth are behind the instability.

[lee] You appear not to have noticed that ‘the line’ you're promoting ain't been goin’ ‘round

[bruno] "He blamed the protests on a combination of Hamas and Israel and al-Qaeda and Anderson Cooper, and everybody just thought that was just creepy and weird. "

You lose

Bruno يقول...

So, it seems that LEE ADMITS that the US gave billions of dollars to the Egyptian military!

Is that right, son?

Bruno يقول...

Yo, FLEE! Tell us about US aid to the Egyptian military again?

Bruno يقول...

Appears that FLEE doesn't want to tell us about US aid to the Egyptian military.

Bruno يقول...

Appears that FLEE has fled.

Bruno يقول...

When the simian comes back, he will explain to us this:

"Egypt's military said Friday that it endorses Mubarak's decision not to resign, which he announced Thursday after widespread speculation that he would announce he was stepping down during a special address to the country. "

http://www.cbc.ca/world/story/2011/02/11/egypt-cairo-protests-mubarak.html

Fool seems to think that supporting Mubarak's military isn't the same as supporting Mubarak's rule. Clown.

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

    
      "…and everybody just thought that was just
      creepy and weird…
"

See there.  Told that line didn't go nowhere.  Fell down dead right outta the gate.  Only places still pretending there's life in that line are the weirdly fanatical anti-American web sites you most like to frequent.
(Man, you are really desperate, ain't ya?  Kinda fun to watch ya flounderin’ round like this.)

Bruno يقول...

Yo, FLEE! Tell us about US aid to the Egyptian military again?

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

 
      "Fool seems to think that supporting Mubarak's
      military isn't the same as supporting Mubarak's
      rule.
"

I do believe the Egyptian military will soon demonstrate the difference to Mubarak, and, not incidentally, also to you.

      "Clown

      "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery."
      Charles Caleb Colton―Lacon, volume I

I guess I be flattered then.

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

 
Bruno seems to have slacked off.  Either his boss wandered by and he had to shut it down, or he's thinkin’ on what to do next.  Eithere way, I got stuff to do in the meantime.  Pretty much enjoyed as much of this as I can hold on for just now.  But, I'll check back later when I got a few minutes.

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

 
"Either way, …"  Seem to have had me typo up above there.

RhusLancia يقول...

Thanks for the Sandmonkey link, Bruno.

You know, for all the creating and sustaining of Mubarak by the US all these years, as well as the alleged interference of foreigners to oust him now (ignoring the calls of the people to do so), Mubarak must be starting to look pretty good in your eyes by now. I mean, if there's one thing that'll get you on anybody's side, it's demonstrated anti-US words/feelings/actions.

It will be interesting to watch you side with him.

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

 
Mubarak has surrendered his office and left Cairo.
And they're partyin’ in the streets.

Petes يقول...

Excellent news. I'd kinda hoped against hope that Mubarak's last gasp announcement last night signalled he was into his last 24 hours of power, once the folks in Tahrir Square didn't pack in the protests.

My guess is the army told Mubarak he had one last chance to quell the protests peacefully, and that they'd back him if he was successful. That is borne out by their statement earlier this afternoon. But I think they had their "Come to Allah" meeting with Mubarak later and told him the game was up.

Dangerous times ahead. I wish all the best to Egypt.

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

 
      "My guess is the army told Mubarak he had
      one last chance to quell the protests peacefully,
      and…
[etc.]"

Word over here among the pundits and press is that they (the Egyptian equivalent of our Joint Chiefs) had talked Mubarak into resigning yesterday, and scheduled his speech to the Egyptian nation announcing same, and released the promotionals to the press and such as that; they thought it was a done deal, and then Mubarak backed out on ‘em and refused to go through with it.  They then had to convince him that the jig was already up, they'd already gone out on a limb, publicly guaranteeing that the protesters would see their demands met.  But, they wanted, insisted, that he take responsibility for the move that put them in charge.  Didn't want it to go down headlined as ‘Mubarak Deposed in Military Coup

Lynnette In Minnesota يقول...

Didn't want it to go down headlined as ‘Mubarak Deposed in Military Coup’

And to avoid that kind of description in the history books, then a fair election must be organized and held, facilitating the forming of a civilian leadership. This is critical.

   Lee C.  ―  U.S.A.       يقول...

 
      "And to avoid that kind of description in the
      history books…
"

Early indicaters appear to suggest that FoxNews has already made an upper-level editorial decision in favor of playing it as a military coup anyway, to the extent that they can press that interpretation.  Expecting to have most of their reporters, pundits and personalities toeing that line by Sunday morning talk show time.  Make of that what you will. 

Bruno يقول...

Yo, FLEE! Tell us about US aid to the Egyptian military again?

Data Entry Jobs يقول...

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