Mathilde muPe on Thu, 3 Feb 2011 04:13:04 +0100 (CET)

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Re: <nettime> Egyptian Revolution: 2nd decolonialisation for all

Hear hear!

I'm also following the current situation in middle east closely.

Without any historic in depth study my estimate is that a lot of 
friction and thus in later phase west hemisphere fear for islam 
extremist is a result of west politics themselves in that region.

It took leaders of western civilisation a full week to see  Egyptians 
people cuddling militarists and screaming for freedom and bread were not 
the extremists they feared....


On 31-Jan-11 23:48, Armin Medosch wrote:

> the silence on nettime regarding the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions
> is really deafening. is it that the vanguard of net-criticism has
> nothing to say when a genuine people's movement is rearing it's
> hydra-like head?

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