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    • tia_algeria
    • 02.02.11 | 19:42 (IST)

    1. the people and 2. a "superior" force. revolutions need to be “guided”. just like for teh russian revolutions. the first did not work in 1905 as it was only the people, the second time in 1917bingo! as external forces came to help bolcheviks. it does not work in any other way as people cannot win against guns, as simple as that. in the tunisian like in the egyptian case, teh US have been the superior force that “helped”the popular movement for whatever strategy they have. These people don't think like you do, besides lots of them have been in teh streets for days, they cannot appreciate your analysis from the comfort of your home :-) they will believe something is changing when they see it. people died and others got injured. noone wants to be duped and Muby is an old fox who has many tricks up his sleeves. Why should they give him more time. He had 30 years to do something, didn’t he. egyptians will make the best out of the situation and get on the democratic wagon. Let’s encourage them instead of shooting them down

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    First published 16:59 02.02.11 | Last updated 16:59 02.02.11
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