If Tunis and Cairo can do it, what about Minsk, Havana, Caracas - and why not Moscow and Beijing, too - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Moshe - Haifa, Israel
    • 14.02.11 | 18:13 (IST)

    Why not Havana and Beijing? Because these two countries care for their own people and have rid themselves from the American monster, who's only purpose in life is to have other nations serve it's own interests no matter who gets killed or suffers in the process. Cuba and China have gone through ruthless dictators and have learned the true meaning of what democracy is all about. Unlike the American and Israeli public who are brainwashed since birth to believe that they live in the only democratic countries, but in fact they live in the least democratic countries. We all witness what America is all about and how America supported former dictators like Saddam Hussein, Mubarak, the Shah of Iran, dictators who killed thousands of innocent people while receiving military aid from America. We also witness how till today America continues to support dictatorships like the royal Saudi family among others, while they oppress and crush anyone who attempts to want freedoms and rights. So Mr. Adar Primor, before you post such garbage, try to learn first what democracy is all about, not what you were brainwashed since birth to believe is a democracy.

    from the article: Egypt upheaval may send shockwaves far beyond the Arab world
    First published 01:24 14.02.11 | Last updated 01:24 14.02.11
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