Welcome to The Blogger Soviet

I bring you updates on what's happening in the revolutionary world of today. As well as discuss important political and historical issues and discrepancies. Plus other cool stuff

Monday, February 14, 2011

Friday, February 11, 2011

Mubarak is OUT

Today, the 30 year president of Egypt has resigned from office. the revolution has succeeded! Finally, we see the people win for once.

Could this be the domino that starts a new wave of peaceful revolutionary movements? Only time will tell.


Thursday, February 10, 2011

Blizzard Activision Update

Blzzard/Activision's plans for the future:

- Guitar Hero franchise is being discontinued to a lack of interest

- Development stopped on 'True Crime: Hong Kong' game in order to pursue more lucrative opportunities

- Still heavily devoted to 'Call of Duty' franchise with plans of bringing out several more titles


- WoW Cataclysm sold over 3.3 million copies within 24 hours of its release thus making it the fastest selling video game of all time

- more than 12 million people are now subscribed to World of Warcraft worldwide

-CoD Black Ops has racked up more than a Billion dollars since its release

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Amazing Pictures from Around the World

a while ago i found this website that had the most amazing pictures

you can find the rest of the set here: http://justpaste.it/3ky

Monday, February 7, 2011

Why Can't America Stay out of Everyone's Goddamn Business?

America has flipped and flopped on its position about the Egypt crisis enough believing that the entire world cares what they 'think of the situation'. They seriously need to stay out of everyones business since they only seem to support what looks like it will serve their best interest.

At the start of the protests, the US gov't said that they completely supported protesters in search for a democratic reform... while aiding the Egyptian government 1.3 billion in Tanks, Planes, Troops, equipment and training. The protesters were quite surprised when they were pelted with tear gas canisters bearing the mark "Made in the USA"

They completely supported the pro Autocratic government that was Mubarak's Dynasty. The United Sates attempted to blacklist the Al Jazeer network that was the only live streaming of issues in Egypt. They succeeded in 48 out of the 51 states too. Leaving only Ohio, Vermont and Washington D.C. able to broadcast the live feed. They actually prepared a bill that they had drafted a long time ago called COICA (Combating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act). It would shut down internet websites that streamed information about the Egyptian revolution that didn't go through one of America's state sponsored news operations(Fox, NBC, CNN, etc.) so much for freedom of the press eh?

When it seemed like the government was shaky and could in fact topple, they resigned their statement and refused to issue any position on the current situation.

Since the government has obviously lost and it's just a matter of time before the president is forced to resign or no longer holds any power, America shows its utmost support for the protesters.

BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE! Now that nothing has really been getting done in Egypt recently, the government scaled back their support to a "gradual political reform"

So seriously America, F*ck off, let this, for ONCE, be a PEACEFUL, PEOPLE'S REVOLUTION.

Stories following America's indecision about what better serves their interests:





Listen to Music that Matches Your Mood

most people I've talked to seem to listen to music solely based on the type of mood they're in. StereoMood plays a pre-made playlist for pretty much any mood you can think of. rather it be happy, sad or mad, StereoMood has it.
ps - the high playlist is awesomely fantastic


Sunday, February 6, 2011

Watch Megavideo Movies With No Time Limit

Using EZwatch you can ignore the pesky 72 minute limit. thus making many more movies that much more watchable. (it seems to not work for some movies, but for the most part it works).



as everyone probably knows, it's Superbowl Sunday. any predictions on who's going to win?

I bet my friend 30$ that the packers will win. I'm hoping that the Steelers (along with everyone else) will just assume a Pittsburgh win and underestimate their Green opponent.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

What's Happening in Egypt NOW

You can follow what's happening right now in Egypt here: http://english.aljazeera.net/watch_now/
24/7 live coverage of the astounding events unfolding in Egypt
A man can be killed, corrupted and converted. An Idea has the power to change the world thousands of years from now. An idea can never die.

Egypt. 'nuff said

The most popular revolutionary movement going on at this time is obviously Egypt. more than two million people protesting against the government in the capital city alone, that's quite a thing to happen. and one more, they're peaceful! It seems to be just a matter of time before the president is forced to step down. the lack of food and money did little to deter the protesters. Pro government troops, clashes with police troops, none of these have deterred the momentum of the patriots.

This popular movement, spawned from the successful toppling of Tunisia's government has spawned more and more actions around the world in the name of freedom and civil rights. Myanmar's military dictatorship has stepped down leaving in its place a democratic parliament. The government in Jordan has been scrapped by the government in response to protests. mass protests have spawned in South Africa, New York and other cities in the support of the Egyptian movement.

Conceived in the economic hardships of Egypt's late economy, this 'revolution' is starting to look like that of the French Revolution of over 200 years prior. Could this be the enlightenment in the Arabic world? Only time will tell. So long as an Arabic Napoleon doesn't arise this could be the beginning of a very wonderful time.

It seems that the free world is just hoping that this revolution doesn't turn religious. There wouldn't be much worse than to have another radical Islamic state with a powerful military on our hands. So far, it seems like the protests are strictly secular. Christians have protected Muslims while they pray, Jewish, Orthodox, Hindu, any religion is accepted, they are there for their freedom.

Sooner or later, the government will step down, or lose its legitimacy and be replaced. nothing is more powerful than people fighting for their basic rights, ready to die at any moment for their comrades.

Viva la Revolution!