”REPORTING FROM CAIRO — They came by the tens of thousands, swelling through neighborhoods, marching over bridges and pouring into Tahrir Square on Friday in the biggest protest yet against Egypt’s beleaguered military rulers.
The demonstration in Cairo erupted days ahead of Monday’s parliamentary elections, heightening this frayed nation’s political turmoil and intensifying the standoff between protesters who succeeded in ousting longtime President Hosni Mubarak and generals who have yet to solidify their once-unquestioned legitimacy.
In a bold public rebuke, Washington urged the military to step aside. The move signaled the Obama administration’s frustration over months of human-rights abuses and stifled democracy in one of the region’s most influential nations.
“The United States strongly believes that the new Egyptian government must be empowered with real authority immediately,” the White House said in a statement. “Full transfer of power to a civilian government must take place in a just and inclusive manner that responds to the legitimate aspirations of the Egyptian people, as soon as possible.”
PUTTING Mr Celente;s news of Crooks taking over, using the unsuspecting masses to do their dirty work I try to put some perspective in local happenings.. RAAF x f111 dumped in a hole, and we still have to pay for new ones.. When we buy a new car, we sell or trade in the old one.. best budgeting.
Pamea’s comment, then an answer to ‘falangatang from Springfield Central ‘ yet to be published.
Enormous Losses, yet they still trade!http://topics.nytimes.com/top/news/business/companies/goldman_sachs_group_inc/index.html