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Tag Archives: revolution
(The photos of the US made teargas cannister are here and here.) “The cars are on fire, the police station is on fire, but those of us on the streets we are also on fire!” Tweeted yesterday, IIRC by Mona … Continue reading
Yes I know I promised to get back to the gardening and cooking blogging… However my social justice gland has been hyperactive in recent days with all these brutal dictatorships being overthrown. It’s absolute bliss to see people rising up … Continue reading
Tear gas cannister fired into the crowd of protestors by Egyptian police. “Made in USA”. Credit for this photo goes to Alia Malek, who posted it on Topsy on Jan 25th. It was also referenced on the “We are all … Continue reading
There seems to be bugger all in the MSM so I’ll post a few links here just to document during the afternoon. From Reuters: The Awl: Egyptian revolution. Telecomix is attempting to assist the flow of information out of Egypt. … Continue reading