Sunday, January 30, 2011

ElBaradei, Muslim Brotherhood Offer Political Path Out of Egyptian Confrontation - Sunday 30 January 2011

by: Robert Naiman, t r u t h o u t | News Analysis

Al Jazeera reports:
Egypt's opposition groups have agreed to support opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei to negotiate with the government, a leading member of the Muslim Brotherhood said on Sunday.
"Political groups support ElBaradei to negotiate with the regime," Essam el-Eryan told Al Jazeera.

MY question for us Americans is "where are OUR balls?"  When will WE hit the streets?

How LONG are we going to stand for the criminal banking wall street elite thievery?  They have stolen HOW MANY peoples' homes?  Ruined the value of HOW MANY homes?  STOLEN how many retirements?



One Fly said...

I do not have the answer at leas not an easy one for here except to say I share your rage 100% my friend.

Mr. Natural said...

Thanks man. I have a potential buyer for the place coming later today. Wish me luck, then come visit in New Zealand.

One Fly said...

Best of luck getting it to be a done deal. That would be soooo exciting.

Mr. Natural said...

Thing IS, the old motor home's new engine and rear end are still waiting to be installed, and I can only work for an hour or two max at a time until I get stove-up and have to go sit or lie down. Much to do before able to load up and putt...our intention is to load what we want to ship into a trailer and tow it behind the motor home as we tour the West and America while we wait the 6 months for the cat to be ready to ship. THEN pack the stuff from the trailer into the motor home and load it onto a ship to Auckland. Fly over, buy a car then meet the truck and have it inspected (big process there! they allow NO dirt coming in, headlights need to be re-aligned to the other side of the road, etc etc etc.) I'll be 65 this year, so it is time to get a move-on if we are going at all, but have to sell this place in order to do that. Hoping to get somewhere into the 170's for it.

As Jim Hightower explains it, is that “the wealthiest 1 percent of Americans possess more net worth today than the bottom 90 percent of us combined. Worse, these privileged few and their political henchmen have structured a new economic ‘normal’ of long-term joblessness, low wages, no benefits or worker rights, miserly public services, and a steadily widening chasm between the rich and the rest of us.” We must restore sanity to this nation.