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RE: Isn't anything ever just fixed?

The final results for the new Egyptian constitution has been announced. On December 15, 10 of 27 of provinces voted in favor of the constitution with 57%. On December 22, the remaining 17 provinces voted in favor of the constitution with 71%.

The overall result is 64% in favor of the new constitution.

(Why did you edit your post Nietzsche? Everyone saw what you wrote.)

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25.12.2012 20:37
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RE: Isn't anything ever just fixed?

One of the best ways to prevent change, is to destroy it from the inside out. Do they want a new government? Give it to them, but make sure it is still a puppet government. What a better way to maintain control, if not by making the people believe they are free?

25.12.2012 23:11
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See, that's why I support full annexation. Then people won't be fooled.

26.12.2012 00:09
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All the people in power should think about all the basic social issues in whole of the world..There should be participative style of leadership not the autocratic.Democracy should be the final solution.

27.12.2012 18:30
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Formal democracy is an empty shell.

27.12.2012 20:50
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you have to live in a country like Egypt to understand its dynamics and power struggles in it.Otherwise all of these are empty comments.

28.12.2012 00:11
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dragakhal Wrote:
you have to live in a country like Egypt to understand its dynamics and power struggles in it.Otherwise all of these are empty comments.


If it was true that people from country A trying to understand the wishes and dynamics of people in country B was always in vain and unnecessary, we could stop worldwide dialogue, get rid of the UN and just stop caring about each other for good.

I am sure you didn't mean to sound as destructive as I interpreted your comment - but I still think it goes into the wrong direction. Smile

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Nietzsche Wrote:

dragakhal Wrote:
you have to live in a country like Egypt to understand its dynamics and power struggles in it.Otherwise all of these are empty comments.


If it was true that people from country A trying to understand the wishes and dynamics of people in country B was always in vain and unnecessary, we could stop worldwide dialogue, get rid of the UN and just stop caring about each other for good.

I am sure you didn't mean to sound as destructive as I interpreted your comment - but I still think it goes into the wrong direction. Smile

Also by that logic, no one may criticize someone else, on account that they're not in the same profession. You should criticize politicians, because we've never been in their shoes. We shouldn't criticize business executives, because we've never been in their shoes. ^^


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