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Sunday, April 30, 2006

"Now?! Whatever Happened To Good Timing?!!"

Moved on! Check TheCairoCalls

In a surprising move (not as much for its nature, as for its timing amid all the protests from pro-reform activists), Ahmed Nazif, asked the parliament to renew the emergency law, citing Dahab as justification.
So, for the uninitiated, this essentially mean one thing "NO assembly of more than 3 people, right to freedom from random arrests, free press, uncorrupt government, civil state, freeing of political prisoners FOR YOU!"
This Sucks! (Yeah with a capital S)

Update 1: The law apparently passed from the parliament!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wow, that was fast, I didn't even feel a thing!
Update 2: Wtf?? Apparently the people's representatives in the parliament missed the fact that the whole idea of the parliament is to voice your opinion, with your voice! Not use banners to do that!!! Yeah...MB representatives carried (Arabic - English[machine-translated])"No For Emergency Law" banners during the session, so NDP's representatives carried "No For Terrorism" banners, so (yeah it goes on ) the MB representatives responded by carrying "No For Emergency, No For Terrorism" banners!!!!! That's the parliament for God's sake, not a fuckin' football stadium!! I want to cry!!
Update 3: I'm in the mood for doing something illegal, just to piss off the emrergilaw. Do you know that it's illegal in the Egyptian law to hang a flag on a non-government building!!!!!!(I swear it's true!!!) Let's hang some flags!!! (Oh...I'm so evil!)

Moved on!

6 Comments:

argh! This is crap! I hope the reports are wrong about passing it! I sure hope so!

By Blogger Memz, at April 30, 2006 5:18 PM  

That is a complete joke!! If that doesn't prove that parliament is a circus, I don't know what does!

By Anonymous Alb Sayed, at April 30, 2006 5:51 PM  

It's not a circus, it's a friggin mental asylum..

By Blogger The Sphinx, at April 30, 2006 5:58 PM  

If your serious, get serious. If you get in trouble, (if caught), do some serious type trouble. Make it worth the prison stay.

Like burning down a few of those government buildings.

I hear gasoline is cheaper over there, use a lot and a timed fuse and walk away slowly, wearing a disguise of course.

Papa Ray
West Texas
USA

By Blogger Papa Ray, at April 30, 2006 7:38 PM  

Papa Ray,
You can fall under the law for your comment (both Egyptian and Federal US. Remember law enforcement officers don’t have any sense of humour. Just a free advice from a frustrated lawyer:)

By Anonymous Anonymous, at May 01, 2006 6:51 AM  

My father informed me of that strange law about the flags when I bought my first Egyptian flag (3 years ag - in Lebanon of all places). Either way, and although it's not big, it hangs from my balcony until now.

Fuck em!

By Blogger Faisal, at May 02, 2006 1:05 AM  

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