Alaa Abd El-Fattah (Arabic: علاء أحمد سيف عبد الفتاح, IPA: [ʕæˈlæːʔ ˈæħmæd ˈseːf ʕæbdelfatˈtæːħ]; also presented in English as Alaa Abdel Fattah) is an Egyptian blogger, software developer, and political activist. He is known for co-founding along with his wife Manal Hassan, daughter of activist Bahi El-Din Hassan, the Egyptian blog aggregator “Manalaa” and “Omraneya”, the first Arab blog aggregators that did not restrict inclusion based on the content of the blog. In 2005 the “Manalaa” blog won the Special Reporters Without Borders Award in Deutsche Welle‘s Best of Blogs competition. He has been active in developing Arabic-language versions of important software and platforms.
Paul Craig Roberts (born April 3, 1939) is an American economist and a columnist for Creators Syndicate. He served as an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration and was noted as a co-founder of Reaganomics. He is a former editor and columnist for the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, and Scripps Howard News Service. He has testified before congressional committees on 30 occasions on issues of economic policy.
During the 21st century, Roberts has frequently published in Counterpunch, writing extensively about the effects of the Bush (and later Obama) administrations related to the War on Terror, which he says have destroyed the US Constitution’s protections of Americans’ civil liberties, such as habeas corpus and due process. He has taken positions different from former Republican allies, opposing the War on Drugs and the War on Terror, and criticizing Israel’s policies and actions against the Palestinians.
Publicado el 18/09/2013
En 1983 el presidente Reagan se refirió a la Unión Soviética como “el Imperio del mal”. La URSS ya no existe. Pero hoy día, después de la entrevista con el Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, subsecretario del Tesoro en la Administración Reagan y padre del modelo económico que se conoce como ´reaganomía´, Daniel Estulin asume la responsabilidad de afirmar, que EE. UU. se ha convertido en “el Imperio del mal”. Irak, Libia, Afganistán, ahora Siria ¿Cuál es la gran estrategia de EE. UU. para con todo el mundo?
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USSA The Police State is Getting More Confident BUT Ends in Collapse, Paul Craig Roberts
26 July, 2013 – Discussion of how the USA has become the USSA. We are ruled by the executive branch, and it is no longer accountable, it is unconstrained by the constitution. The Police State is getting more confident, soon exposing it will have no effect…
Look for a renewed economic downturn in late 2013 as the incessant call for “newrights” diverts attention from the loss of traditional civil rights. The irony is that in an unaccountable Police State, it is the “elite” that will be completely destroyed, and they are bringing it on themselves.
These are crazy people.
Great Flushing 2008-2009
Great Leveling 2015-2017
Great Reset 2020
Arash Sadeghi was arrested a number of times for participating in the demonstrations that followed the disputed presidential election in 2009. On 4 April 2010, Judge Pir-Abbas in Branch 26 of the Revolutionary Court sentenced him to 74 lashes and six years in prison after convicting him of the vaguely-worded national security charges of “gathering and colluding against state security” and “spreading propaganda against the system”. He was acquitted on appeal of the latter charge and his sentence reduced to one year imprisonment and four-years suspended sentence for the former. Arash Sadeghi’s current detention is unrelated to his previous case but it is believed that he is being held under suspicion of “gathering and colluding against state security”, although he has not been formally charged. No further details are known and the case is said to be “under investigation”, meaning that he cannot have access to legal representation.
In the European Parliament Civil Liberties committee hearing on USA Spying
Facebook removed the last photo of Amina which is calling for a new revolution in Tunisia “WE DON”T NEED YOUR DEMOCRACY”. The reason for the removal of photo-action of Amina was the critical number of complaints against the photo. Also Facebook blocks any attempt to re-upload a photo of Amina. FEMEN accuses the Islamist regime of Larayedh in planned online campaigns against the revolutionary call, expressed in photography FEMEN Tunisia and Facebook of censorship and mechanical approach to the charges. We want to remind you that the online resources of the international movement FEMEN have repeatedly been subjected to hacker attacks from the territory of Tunisia and Algeria.
FUCK YOUR MORALS!
An activist of FEMEN Tunisia Amina expresses her message with her topless photo-protest. Amina says: ” We dont need your democracy”. Amina is protesting against fake Islamist model of “democracy”, implemented by the Tunisian authorities. Amina calls for real revolution!
Amina is free!
Tunisian FEMEN activist Amina was liberated from jail until her next trial.
Amina spent 2.5 month in Tunisian jail for tagging the word “FEMEN” on the wall in Kairouan, Tunisia.
First Skype talk of Amina and Inna Afrer liberation.