Protesters dominate central Cairo

居然扣掉了三千多的税,那天财务还在内部办公系统上说要合理避税,虽然他是四川人,但是我依然要歧视他,如果你做不到,你可以不说,但是你不要说了又做不到嘛,嚓。

妈咪寄来若干的腊肉,香肠和生花生,花生是我要的,因为北京的超市里面只有炒熟的花生,没有生花生,就算有,也是陈年烂花生,都已经变黄的那种,当然去年在地摊的菜市上买过刚出土的湿花生,很好吃,嗯,妈咪说五月份有一个东南亚的offer,问我要不要去,我说那边不是仇视华人的么,去那边万一挂了怎么办,后来一想我又没钱,人家仇视个喘喘啊,像南疆那样不分男女老幼一律砍杀的毕竟是少数。老汉在花生里面给我夹带了一张药品说明书,是治疗前列腺炎的药品,他说那个效果很好,让我去买来吃。

四大文明是哪四大?中国,印度,埃及,美索不达米亚,呃,基本上是现在的中国,印度,埃及和伊拉克以及伊朗,伊拉克倒下了,印度倒下了,埃及快倒下了,伊朗还没倒下,中国我就不说了,记者们总是热爱拍这样的照片,大概是东欧剧变时期留下的定势思维,为神马不换个角度呢?其实把事件的照片全部看完就会发现,埃及人民其实要求很低很低,不要说自己生活不幸福,四大文明里面,也就中国人民生活幸福点了,还有那么多时间唧唧歪歪,试想想要是大陆人人买得起房子,开得起汽车,娶得起老婆,那这ZF不是引火烧身吗?不是国进民退,也不是国富民穷,而是本来就没打算让你小康,因为,让你为了生活奔波,比让你为了天下大同奔波,要简单,容易,和可控得多。


Associated Press 和 Reuters 都在显要位置张贴了Travel advice,还标成了醒目的猩红色,看来美帝和大不列颠都不打算继续支持穆巴拉克了……
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Protesters dominate central Cairo
Protesters have taken over the centre of the Egyptian capital Cairo on the sixth day of demonstrations against the rule of President Hosni Mubarak.

The police, who have been involved in violent clashes with protesters in recent days, have largely disappeared from the streets.

There is a heavy military presence in the city, but soldiers are not intervening.

Meanwhile, al-Jazeera’s broadcasts via an Egyptian satellite have been halted.

The Egyptian government had earlier ordered the Arabic TV channel, which has been showing blanket coverage of the protests, to shut down its operations in the country.

Clashes between protesters and the security forces – mostly riot police – are reported to have left at least 100 people dead across Egypt since rallies began on Tuesday. Thousands have been injured as violence has flared in cities including Cairo, Suez and Alexandria.

In Cairo, many protesters defied an overnight curfew to camp out in Tahrir (Liberation) Square, the focal point of the demonstrations in the city.Sunday provided some of the most amazing images of this uprising so far. In central Cairo, an army officer was carried aloft on the soldiers of cheering protestors.

With tanks still on the streets, no one yet knows if President Mubarak will order the army to turn against the protestors, But scenes like these are potent and powerful.

Just off the main square we found a reminder that people are still being killed and injured – a makeshift field hospital where volunteers were treating people shot by police; no anaesthetic and basic medical to treat severe gunshot wounds.

One doctor told me that 50 people had been killed in Cairo alone in the last 24 hours.

Chants of “Mubarak, Mubarak, the plane awaits” could be heard on Sunday morning, a reference to protesters’ hopes that President Mubarak will step down and leave Egypt.

Many protesters once again climbed onto tanks and armoured vehicles around the square, with many soldiers apparently on friendly terms with the anti-Mubarak demonstrators.

Sunday is the start of the working week in the Middle East, but many businesses in the capital are closed. Internet access remains intermittent.

The BBC’s Jeremy Bowen says that although key government buildings are under heavy guard, there appears to be a vacuum of authority in large areas of the city.

Throughout the city, armed citizens’ groups have formed to respond to the widespread looting and disorder that has accompanied the growing sense of lawlessness.

Across Egypt, thousands of prisoners are reported to have escaped from jails after overpowering their guards.

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Western leaders have urged President Mubarak to avoid violence and enact reforms.

Mr Mubarak has appointed a vice-president – intelligence chief Omar Suleiman – as he struggles to regain control. Aviation Minister Ahmed Shafiq has been appointed prime minister.

Sunday saw a number of Egyptian political movements issue a joint statement calling on leading opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei to form a transitional government.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said his government is watching events in Egypt carefully, and hoping to maintain peaceful relations with its Arab neighbour.

The Rafah crossing between Egypt and the southern Gaza Strip is closed, Palestinian officials say.

The US government, which previously had advised US citizens against non-essential travel to Egypt, is now advising Americans in Egypt to consider leaving the country as soon as possible.

The UK has advised against all but essential travel to Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor and Suez.

A number of other European countries have also advised against visiting the country.

The unrest in Egypt follows an uprising in Tunisia two weeks ago which toppled President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali after 23 years in power.

The Tunisian upheaval began with anger over rising food prices, high unemployment and anger at official corruption – problems which have also left many people in Egypt feeling frustrated and resentful of their leadership.
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