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Tunisia...Egypt......Resistance Is Victory
#11
"What is really beautiful is that not all Egyptians were involved in the looting of the museum. A very small number of people tried to break, steal and rob. Sadly, one criminal voice is louder than one hundred voices of peace. The Egyptian people are calling for freedom, not destruction. When I left the museum on Saturday, I was met outside by many Egyptians, who asked if the museum was safe and what they could do to help. The people were happy to see an Egyptian official leave his home and come to Tahrir Square without fear; they loved that I came to the museum.
The curfew started again on Saturday afternoon at 4.00pm, and I was receiving messages all night from my inspectors at Saqqara, Dahsur, and Mit Rahina. The magazines and stores of Abusir were opened, and I could not find anyone to protect the antiquities at the site. At this time I still do not know what has happened at Saqqara, but I expect to hear from the inspectors there soon. East of Qantara in the Sinai, we have a large store containing antiquities from the Port Said Museum. Sadly, a large group, armed with guns and a truck, entered the store, opened the boxes in the magazine and took the precious objects. Other groups attempted to enter the Coptic Museum, Royal Jewellery Museum, National Museum of Alexandria, and El Manial Museum. Luckily, the foresighted employees of the Royal Jewellery Museum moved all of the objects into the basement, and sealed it before leaving.
My heart is broken and my blood is boiling. I feel that everything I have done in the last nine years has been destroyed in one day, but all the inspectors, young archaeologists, and administrators, are calling me from sites and museums all over Egypt to tell me that they will give their life to protect our antiquities. Many young Egyptians are in the streets trying to stop the criminals. Due to the circumstances, this behaviour is not surprising; criminals and people without a conscience will rob their own country. If the lights went off in New York City, or London, even if only for an hour, criminal behaviour will occur. I am very proud that Egyptians want to stop these criminals to protect Egypt and its heritage." http://www.drhawass.com/blog/situation-e...ties-today


people without a conscience will rob their own country - you hear that Clegg and Cameron? - hear that Finance and Corporation?


on another note there are reports of confirmed agent provocateurs in Egypt attacking private homes, trying to discredit and destabilise the revolution.....there are clear suggestions that the CIA has had some hand facilitating aspects of the revolt....

would foreign agents and/or internal agent provocateurs preferentially threaten nation symbols and heritage?....hmmmm... I wonder....

Pray that Peoples Resistance is not hijacked by corporate and foreign interests.
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#12
Dr Zahi Hawass appointed to new Egyptian cabinet as Minister for Antiquities http://t.co/vzeIj9G Well there is a turn up! But what a mess to clear up!
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#13
"It's quite shocking, really, that a transitional government meant to replace a government ousted for its failure to respect free speech and assembly is now itself putting new restrictions on free speech and assembly,"

http://www.almasryalyoum.com/en/node/374819

hmmm...


1984 & Kinetic military operations...

http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/2...c-mccarthy
http://www.prisonplanet.com/orwell-rolls...ction.html

well i never...
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#14
so it goes back to square 1.....Syria next?
:face-rain:B):face-crying:

http://therealnews.com/t2/index.php?opti...mival=7124
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