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President Obama speaks on Egypt: Live!

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Askari Kanzu, Feb 11, 2011.

  1. Askari Kanzu

    Askari Kanzu JF-Expert Member

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    The speech is finished but here is what Obama said!

    'Egypt's transition begins' - Barack Obama


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    President Barack Obama said: "The American people are moved"
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    Mbona Marekani wameshikiria bango sana hii ya misri, kuna niniii?
     
  3. Askari Kanzu

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    Nadhani wanaona mipango yao mashariki ya kati inaporomoka!
     
  4. Mallaba

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    USA ni taifa kubwa na lenye sauti kubwa duniani, hali kadhalika kwaEUROPEAN COUNTRIES , hivyo hawana budi kutoa msimamo wao kulingana na hali halisi ilivyokuwa inakwenda.
    Pia ikumbukwe kuwa hiyo mnayoiita democrasia imetoka kwao hivyo wakikaa kimya huku wanaona watu wanadai haki zao ni wazi wataonekana kama ni wasaliti au watu wasiojali kitu walichokianzisha.
    Ndani ya USA hili liko kisiasa sana, sababu hata Obama alipoonekana kuwa kimya kidogo kuna vijembe na kejeli kibao tu toka kwa Republican wakihitaji majibu kwa nini Obama ame-handle mambo sivyo.
    All in all, Egypt ni mshirika mkubwa sana wa USA katika kuweka amani ndani ya Mashariki ya kati.
    Hivyo hawawezi kukaa kimya hata siku moja.
     
  5. Mallaba

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    Mr Obama compared the youthful Egyptian protest movement to the Germans who tore down the Berlin Wall, Gandhi leading India to independence, and the Indonesian popular protest movement that had succeeded in forcing President Suharto to resign.
    "Egyptians have inspired us, and they've done so by putting the lie to the idea that justice is best gained through violence," he said.
    "For in Egypt, it was the moral force of non-violence - not terrorism, not mindless killing - but non-violence, moral force, that bent the arc of history toward justice once more."
     
  6. Askari Kanzu

    Askari Kanzu JF-Expert Member

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    Mallaba please don't assume that everybody here is as ignorant as you think. A simple reference to Wikipedia proves you wrong:

    The history of democracy
    -- the history of empowering people by giving them a say in their political entities—traces back to Athens to its re-emergence and rise from the 17th century to the present day. According to one definition, democracy is a political system in which all the members of the society have an equal share of formal political power. In modern representative democracy, this formal equality is embodied primarily in the right to vote.

    Get down and read the facts here!
     
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