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Don't Ignore Electoral Fraud In Egypt

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Submitted by Judith (United States), Jan 24, 2012 at 14:40

Hoping for peace in the Middle East the alphabet media cannot stop trying to convince the world that indeed, the Emperor is wearing clothes. The Arab Spring is rhetoric but the Arab Sandstorm is reality and with the dust beginning to clear we see that nothing has changed, except now the people are hungry, discouraged and have taken to killing their "tourist" camels for food. Good leaders and real democracy will take a miracle! Unless the West faces the reality that we've been duped and don't have the courage to speak out against the continuing fraud, good people will continue to suffer under leadership that cannot create jobs or any type of decent living standard for the masses. Expect mass exodus from Egypt or mass begging for foreign aid. This doesn't look good. The real journalists work for MEF and other on-line sources. When you cannot face the problem you cannot solve it so mainstream media is totally letting us down and trying to convince us that it will all work out if we just keep calling it a "Spring." Yikes!

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