Saturday, September 24, 2005

Cindy Sheehan in Egypt

I thought of this crazy idea imaging Cindy Sheehan is in Egypt being a pain in the neck for President Mubarak. I imagined the reactions in Egypt. Reactions in Egypt will have nothing to do with bi-partisan, Republicans or Democrats, pro and anti-war folks, fox news or CNN. It will have to do with how one sole determiner with absolute power treats the citizens.
  • Protests’ interpretation: A hired agent by an enemy country. She was paid to distort the reputation of Egypt abroad and destabilize state security.
  • Press and mass media: A nationwide campaign in the national and so-called opposition newspapers with evidence that she was paid by Israel and the US to threaten national sovereignty. President Mubarak replies, “Egypt preserves the right to its sovereignty and we do not accept foreign interference in domestic politics. This is a mere internal situation.”
  • Ministry of the Interior part: Cindy Sheehan is raped in one of the demonstrations and all her clothes were ripped off. All her family members are interrogated and their phone calls are intercepted because they are regarded as state threat. Some of her family members receive threats from security entities if she does not stop as a punishment to all of them. Some of her young family members will be denied job opportunities.
  • On street demonstrations: Cindy and her group might be crushed by an army of blind soldiers who do not listen except to the voice of their officer.
  • Anticipated reactions: Cindy Sheehan might be shot dead by the President’s guards as they did with a poor man from Port Said City few years ago when he tried to submit a request to the President.
  • Unconventional ways: Bribery by the regime which could be money or a position in the policies secretariat of the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP).
  • Coercive disappearance: Cindy could disappear forever and then papers will say last seen buying groceries near her house when she was kidnapped in the middle of the night.


At 5:19 PM, Blogger Papa Ray said...

Well, If I had the money, I would buy her and her liberal left organizers tickets to Egypt tomorrow.

But, don't worry, she is wearing out her credibility more each day.

Even some of the moderate (less insane) liberals are distancing themselves from her now.

Papa Ray
West Texas

At 3:23 PM, Blogger Shafaki said...

So Miss Freedom, think yourself imaginative? I bet your imagination never went as far (or as close) as seeing Sheehan arrested in the USA? Or did it? Just shows how you are so trapped in the idea of freedom in the US and lack of it in Egypt.

At 5:23 PM, Blogger Freedom for Egyptians said...

Hi Mr. Shafaki

I thought I have the right to be imaginative if I wanted. Rights are not to be confiscated. If anyone has a different opinion he/she can express it without confiscating others rights. If you believe Egypt has all the freedom, it is your right to think so, but also I have the right to IMAGINE and THINK, even nonesense, if I wanted as long as I m not hurting anyone.

By the way I did not imagine Sheehan arrested in the US. If you want to write about her arrest in the US, why do not you go ahead. Here is the latest news:

6:22 PM

At 10:32 PM, Blogger Gateway Pundit said...

Wonderful Post Miss Freedom- And ignore Mr. Shafaki. Cindy and her fellow liberals planned the arrests today. They knew the rules... and they knew the arrest would give them maximum exposure so silly people would say "See! I told you America is bad!" They knew the rules and Cindy's smiling face tells the rest of the story.


At 3:58 AM, Blogger programmer craig said...

Shafaki isn't going to read that story, of course, so I'll post a quote:

"Police warned them three times that they were breaking the law by failing to move along, then began making arrests. One man climbed over the White House fence and was quickly subdued by Secret Service agents."

They tried to break into the white house, got arrested by park rangers, and were released after 2 hours with citations - the equivalent of a traffic ticket.

Pretty fearsome stuff! :D


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