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Reader comment on item: Why Egypt Will Not Soon Become Democratic

Submitted by havas (Turkey), Feb 4, 2011 at 17:29

mubarek will definitly go.no question about this. Turkey is a model system for Egypt. politically they will have difficult years in front of them. america will not want to lose her major officer in the middle east and try to replace mubarek with new mubareks, but will fail. because middle eastern people are awakened. not possible to turn back.after egypt, all middle east including the most backward saudis will become democratic. many of them can have the leadership of conservative muslim parties.(and not islamic parties). but all the world will understand that islamic fears created by israel and america is a big lie. taliban and al qaida was founded by america itself.

when american imperializms power decreases in this area, we will be able to work with each other do business more and we will all together develop and become richer.western thiefs will not be able to steal our money and resourses any more. the huge money in the middle east will not go to weapons sold by america and to western countries. very good days are waiting middle east.

egypt is a very ancient 15,000 years old civilization. gangsters who have less than 300 years of history will be forced to leave our area.

and poor israel will continue to survive. but will stop its greedy and spoiled behaviour and become a good peaceful partner of the middle east.

israelis will be the winners also but america will definitely the biggest looser.

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