Who faces the Arab revolution?


February 10, 2011
By Ángel Guerra Cabrera
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Is it only the Mubarak regime when facing this massive protest?
Taken from La Jornada
There will be no end to the regime, Mubarak will not, Egyptians are not ready for democracy, says the vice Suleiman, a man of the CIA and Israel's candidate to succeed Mubarak. It seems unmoved and even shown threatening insurrection against the youth mass, the increasingly diverse sections of people and now the main factory workers, that asking for the departure of Mubarak expressed their total rejection of the ancient regime. They achieved the feat of overcoming the Nile on Tuesday, 8 mass mobilized within two weeks earlier, making the Tahir Plaza, this extraordinary school of revolutionary cadres, they are very young.
But please, is it only the Mubarak regime to facing this huge protest? If so, and that, Suleiman and many of his accomplices would have been forced to flee hastily to avoid being prosecuted civilly, as required coordination youth associations. If Mubarak and others have simply left because they received the nod from Wall Street, the war industry, the U.S. Zionist lobby and its European counterparts. It is not advisable to go now, Clinton has said. And what about Israel, where the panic corrodes the hierarchy to the core since the movement began in Tunisia and Hezbollah took control of the government of Lebanon. What of Egypt, has horrified. Never produced the Israeli press as much press release with more honeyed praises Arab tyrants and more irrational insults against the people of the area: its inability to exercise democracy-match with his friend Suleiman, and his natural inclination to "radical Islam "and violence.
Sorry, but there are comparisons that unconsciously repeated "arguments" of the media machine. None of the movements "democratization" of Eastern Europe had to challenge the major centers of world capitalism, as the Egyptians do today to achieve freedom and justice. On the contrary, has been widely documented that received them and their secret services all the moral support, loads of money and political advice. The only thing that looks like the collapse of European socialist experiment in the Arab insurgency is that this was due to exhaustion of the experiment and that the agony of capitalism. The gas and triggered the insurgency increasingly politicized and Egyptian Arabic have been the appalling social consequences of liberal policies of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank. In contrast, fall of the regimes of Eastern Europe was due to boredom and depoliticized mass disenchanted by the ruling bureaucracy, in the end responsible to the West of giving to all democratic peoples of neoliberal capitalism, which stripped them of the social rights they enjoyed in As for wages, living standards, health, education and social security, if not push them too terrible massacres in the former Yugoslavia.
I reaffirm what I said in my previous note: "The Arab revolution is just beginning and may take time to define its future," but I must add that there is lack of determination and heroism, of acute political intelligence, sensitivity to perceive danger and strength to not compromise on principles that checks every minute in Tahrir Square. Is mainly due to the magnitude of the enemies you face, how they feel frightened Washington and international capital to lose its grip on this area of outstanding strategic importance for its rich deposits of oil, the Suez Canal and the Strait of Hormuz-jugular capitalist economy and its location between Europe, Africa and Asia.
But even though the counter-maneuver, we see ups and downs in the movements, there is no turning back. The Arab people want all human rights. A decent work and decent life, to participate in the decisions of sovereign countries not puppets of imperialism, as most of their governments. A peace with Israel itself, but with dignity, without giving an inch of Palestinian rights, including the return of refugees, contained in UN resolutions. So the Egyptians, in a plebiscite, mass reject the Camp David, cunning capitulation of Cairo to Washington and Tel Aviv.

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