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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:






  1. Cause our government are assholes. Lol.

  2. The problem is the "powers that be" want you to hate. Hate anyone but don't hate the banks or financial superpowers; don't hate the people who make things happen, hate the puppet.

    The world is controlled by a few people. Don't hate the American people because many don't even know what is going on. Pity them for their ignorance and empty existence.

    There are quite a few educated, critical-thinking Americans. In many of these conflicts, both sides are funded by the same 'puppet master'. Once there is a reaction, they use the media to offer a 'solution'. Problem, reaction, solution.

    The people of the world shouldn't hate each other. The people of the world should lift the veil and see who is playing with the peoples lives.

  3. ^ ^ ^ Many Americans, just like many other people all over the world, are addicted to entertainment. If it is not happening to them, or around them, they don't care.

    Sometimes, even if it is right in front of them, they'd rather turn on the TV.

    It's sad really..

  4. This article makes very good points.

  5. I support America trolling the rest of the world

  6. End of the world: http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/end

  7. It's funny how the U.S. gov't is all up in Egypt's crisis while more than half Americans don't know what the hell is going on over there! And I'm being generous by saying "half" too!

  8. not surprising, considering we once supplied al-Qaeda

  9. are any other leaders poking their noses over their? (im not actually sure, im lazy to check, but it seems the US does it EVERY time)

  10. The tear gas canisters where made in the US?

    No wonder our riot police failed to stop the protests xDDDDDD!!!!!11

  11. I want America to be taken over by a benevolent dictator. I want America, as the most powerful country, to become the world's police. I want this country, for all its POTENTIAL greatness, to lead by example instead of letting greed and corruption reign free, letting soldiers commit war crimes, and all the other bullshit this country does.