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Posted by marisacat in 2012 Re Election, Egypt, Inconvenient Voice of the Voter, Lie Down Fall Down Dems, Pan Arab Revolt - 2011, The Battle for New Orleans, Total fucking lunatics, Viva La Revolucion!.

A group watches the State of the Union address at a bar in New Orleans Tuesday. | AP Photo Close

Snicker.   Having skipped out on the speech and the after event “analysis”, I would have paid cash for what some good ol’ boys in New Orleans said.

And yes, sure, some of it, possibly a lot of it, would have been derisive and race laden…

Just for the entertainment value… considering the Gulf has been the recipient of bi-partisan screwing, for years now.


 BI has a post on how hard liquor sales are experiencing an uptick in the US of A.

Americans are getting drunk off vodka, whiskey and tequila again according to a Citi report, though beer is clearly the cheaper drink of choice.

 Beer still has the upper hand with 49.8% of the market share according to Reuters, but spirits drew some money away and came in second with 33.3% of the market. That compares to sub 33% market share last year.

At least some people have figured it out, stay smashed thru the decline.  Blur the mind numbing parade of pretzels.


I don’t know why exactly but street protest that is independent of the USA!! USA!! always cheers me up. 

Egyptian slogans
Dalia kindly translated those Egyptian slogans that I posted yesterday:
“ا مبارك ارحل غور أحسن بكره تموت مقتول
“Oh Mubarak leave for good, or else tomorrow you’ll be killed”

• الهلال ويا الصليب بيقولوا لأ يا حبيب“The crescent and the cross say “no” my love / darling”
(Jonathan sent me this: “Just FYI the Habib in الهلال ويا الصليب بيقولوا لأ يا حبيب is surely Interior Minister Habib el-Adly, not ‘darling'”

• الهلال ويا الصليب ضد القتل والتعذيب“The crescent and the cross against murder and torture”

• حسني مبارك يا عميل بعت الغاز وفاضل النيل“Husni Mubarak, you agent, you sold the gas and (only) the Nile is left (to be sold)”

• قولوا وردوا أنت وهي …مصر هتفضل غاليه عليا“Say and repeat, you and she…. Egypt will stay dear to me”

…مصر حتفضل غاليه عليا رغم الخونه والحراميه“Egypt will stay dear to me, despite the traitors and the thieves”

• ارحل ارحل ارحل غور خلِّي بلدنا تشوف النور“Leave, leave, leave, for good, let our country see the light”

• ارحل ارحل يا عميل بعت بلادك لاسرائيل“Leave, leave you traitor, you sold your country to Israel”

• ياعيون العالم طُلي مصر لبست توبها التلُّي“Oh, eyes of the world behold, Egypt wore her tulle dress”

• ارفع ارفع الهتاف شعبنا حر ومش هيخاف“Raise, raise the chant / call / slogan, our people are free and not afraid”

• اضرب اضرب يا حبيب مهما تضرب مش هنسيب“Hit, hit, you darling, no matter how much you hit, we won’t let go”

• مش عايزينه مش عايزينه ولا كلابه ولا زنانيه“I don’t want, I don’t want, neither his dogs nor his prisons”

• اصحي يا مصر وفوقي م النوم نهبوا ولادك يوم ورا يوم“Wake up Egypt and become aware, they had deprived your sons of sleep day after day”

• ثوره ثوره في كل مكان ضد الخونه والأندال“Revolution, revolution everywhere, against the traitors and the scoundrels”

• ثوره ثوره يا مصريين لجل ما نخلص م الخاينين“Revolution, revolution, oh Egyptians, so that we can get rid of the traitors”

• اهرب اهرب ياجمال انت وابوك والأندال“Escape, escape, Gamal, you and your father are scoundrels”

• يا مبارك يا خرتيت ارحل ارحل يا غتيت“Oh Mubarak, you rhinoceros, leave, leave, you’re annoying”

• علِّي الصوت علِّي كمان لجل ما يسمع كل جبان“Raise your voices even more, so that every coward hears”

• حسني مبارك جلده تخين هو وعيلته مش سامعين“Husni Mubarak has thick skin, he and his family aren’t hearing”

• حسني مبارك يا بليد شعب مصر مش عبيد“Husni Mubarak, you lazy one, Egypt’s people are not slaves”

• حسني مبارك يا جبله اطلع اطلع اطلع بره“Husni Mubarak, here’s the clarification, get out, get out, get out, outside”

• يا جمال يا غراب البين خد ابوك وروحوا لزين“Oh Gamal, you crow, we’re turning your father’s cheek, so you two leave to Zayn (al-‘Abideen Bin ‘Ali)”

• شعبنا رافضه من سنين بس مبارك جلده تخين“Our people are refusing him, it’s been years, but Mubarak’s skin is thick”

• علِّي علِّي علِّي الصوت النظام خايف موت“Raise, raise, raise the voice, the regime is scared to death”

• التغيير التغيير ارحل ارحل يا حقير“Change, change, leave, leave, you contemptible (person)”

• مش ماشيين قاعدين قاعدين حسني مبارك جلده تخين“We’re not leaving, we’re sitting, sitting, (because) Husni Mubarak has thick skin”

• ارحل ارحل ياخسيس بره بره يا عجل يا تيس“Leave, leave, you despicable (person), outside, outside, you calf, you ass”

• فاقد الحس والأهليه هو وابنه والوليَّه الخرتيت ابن الحراميه“They don’t have sensations or qualifications, he and his son and his wife, the rhinoceros, the son of thieves”

• كل الشعب يقول وينادي حسني مبارك بره بلادي“All the people say and call: Husni Mubarak (get) outside his country”

• يا حبيب يا حبيب حسني مبارك قتله قريب“Oh sweetie / darling, oh sweetie / darling, Husni Mubarak’s murder is near”

• السرطان في كل مكان والغاز متباع بالمجان“The cancer is everywhere, and the gas is sold for free”

• باعوا دمانا وباعوا كلاوينا وبنشحت احنا وأهالينا“They sold our blood, they sold our kidneys, and we beg, we and our families”

• تسقط تسقط العصابه الزعيم ويا الديابه“Fall, Fall, the gang, the boss, and the wolves”

• مسلمين مع مسيحيين كلنا طالبين التغيير“Muslims with Christians, we all demand change”

• الكرامه والحريه مطلب كل المصراويه“Dignity and freedom, is the demand of all Egyptians”

• التحرير التحرير من حكم الرمه الخنزير“Liberation, liberation, from rule by the dregs / junk, the pig”

• التحرير التحرير من حكم عصابة التزوير“Liberation, liberation, from rule by the gang of fraud”

• مصر بلدنا مش تكيه للهليبه والحراميه“Egypt, our country, is not a hospice, for villains and thieves”

• شرطة مصر يا شرطة مصر انتو بقيتوا كلاب القصر“Police of Egypt, oh police of Egypt, you’ve become the dogs of the castle”

• لأ لأ لأ يا جيش خليك بره واوعى تطيش حسني مبارك مش حيعيش”“No, no, no, oh army, stay out and aware, don’t be reckless, Husni Mubarak will not live””

Posted by As’ad at 7:04 AM



1. marisacat - 27 January 2011

Angry Arab has oodles of entries onthe protests… I don’t see mention yet of Yemen (I caught a news snip off France 24 or EuroNews that protestors have blocked some vital point) but likely to come…


This rides second from the top, at the moment:

“How to Revolt Intelligently”

I have just received from Egypt a secret document titled “How to Revolt Intelligently” prepared by the youth activists in Egypt. It is a most sophisticated manual by activist that I have seen. I am not exaggerating. It has very specific instructions as how to deal with the oppression tactics and methods of the Mubarak regime.

I would have shared it with you, but the activists are circulating it as a secret document with special instruction against wide distribution for fear of falling into the hands of police. It has specific instruction as to how to deal with tear gas canisters and the repression vehicles and baton of the police. It sets the demands and style of the movement with well-done illustration. It ends with an illustration of Jamal Mubarak nicknamed Jaban Mubarak (Coward Mubarak).

It is most impressive and makes me more hopeful about change in Egypt. I have not seen anything like this before, not by any revolutionary or activist movement anywhere. The title in Egyptian accent is:
كيف تثور بحدائة

Posted by As’ad at 10:02 AM

2. marisacat - 27 January 2011

😆 How about “Let’s Move – AWAY”


MICHELLE OBAMA. As the first anniversary of Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” campaign to fight obesity approaches, ABC News “Good Morning America” co-anchor Robin Roberts will join the first lady in South Carolina for a look at how the issue impacts the military and its recent efforts to combat the problem. Roberts will also sit down with Mrs. Obama for a wide-ranging interview to air tomorrow on “Good Morning America.”

3. marisacat - 27 January 2011

Our long national nightmare is over. 😆 Think that is what Jerry (Gerry?) Ford said to try and grease his way as more than a R operative.

Breaking News from ABCNEWS.com:

Obama to Name Jay Carney, Current Biden Communications Director, New Press Secretary

4. marisacat - 27 January 2011

This just made me laugh. No wonder “Ron jr” is trying to hype his book.

He’s said a few things over the past 20 years that were of interest — Patti was interesting only early on, like 30 years ago, when she wanted her tubes tied, lest she pop out a Ron or a Nancy, snicker — but then she, too, landed on the cash-cowing-it of writing about Daddy-O.

5. mattes - 27 January 2011

juan cole:

Asia Times

marisacat - 27 January 2011

From the close on page 2:

[N]onetheless, Obama has left in place, or in some cases strengthened, one of the worst aspects of Bush-era policy: a knee-jerk support for self-advertised pro-Western secularists who promise to block Muslim fundamentalist parties (or, in the end, anyone else) from coming to power. There should be a diplomatic middle path between overthrowing governments on the one hand, and backing odious dictatorships to the hilt on the other.

It’s time for Washington to signal a new commitment to actual democracy and genuine human rights by simply cutting off military and counter-terrorism aid to authoritarian and corrupt regimes that are, in any case, digging their own graves.

Sorry Juan. Obster won’t be “improving”.

6. BooHooHooMan - 27 January 2011

IDF Colonel Declared Citizen, Resident,
Gosh, A-Okay in Chicago! And DC!
Hell, Throw in Amman! And So Close!
It Was Unanimous! The Bargaining is Done!


(Won’t be blabbin-on tonight. Kinda covered.)

marisacat - 27 January 2011

Chicasalem ChicaAviv.

BooHooHooMan - 27 January 2011

Fall-in-Line! Chica- D‘s!!!

Go Team! Yeah! Woo Hoo!

{A Damn Fine Cheerleading Duo! Damn Fine!
– Look at the Outfits on those two!}

marisacat - 27 January 2011

I say everybody who votes for Rahm should get that same finger shortening. Declare yourselves! Go farther than blue or purple dyed digits!

REMOVE half a digit for Rahm Baby.

BooHooHooMan - 27 January 2011

And at the $50 Dollar Level

Why Wait?! ~VOLUNTEER!

marisacat - 27 January 2011

Yeah. How many mugs can the Obs and the Rahms sell.

7. BooHooHooMan - 27 January 2011

Rabbi Festival on Larry O”Brien tonight.
NOT sponsored by Pepsodent. All I’m sayin’.
Guy’s had the show 4 Days.

Madman in the Marketplace - 27 January 2011

I had to turn that off. Ugh.

BooHooHooMan - 27 January 2011

The Orthodox guy was a hoot.
I think the cameramen sort of became all
WTF – HYPNOTIZED leaving the zoom on his teeth as he was nasally enunciating.
I laughed my ass off.

Madman in the Marketplace - 27 January 2011

I’m always sickened when so-called “reform” or “progressive” or whatever religious types act respectful toward medieval nutjobs … drives me nuts.

8. catnip - 27 January 2011

Hmmm…I don’t see the “Winning the future” slogan up there.

marisacat - 27 January 2011

I think I like the Palin version better:


catnip - 27 January 2011

Maybe Obamalama should go back to Cairo for another speech. Heh™

marisacat - 27 January 2011

oh i forgot about that gangbang!!

9. Madman in the Marketplace - 27 January 2011

oh, much surprise and pwoggie rending of Obama t-shirts:

Snatching Defeat From Jaws Of Victory, Reid/McConnell Agree To Squelch Filibuster Reform

I’m shocked, SHOCKED there’s collusion going on between the “two” parties!

marisacat - 27 January 2011

But hey, “secret holds” are no longer okay…sort of. Which means with no leverage and no teeth, the Senate will be exactly the same dysfunctional legislative body it was last year.

hilarious. It was ever going to get better?

10. Madman in the Marketplace - 27 January 2011

he’s a clown about almost everything, but he’s not wrong about this:

U.S. Sen. Rand Paul wants to end all foreign assistance, including aid to Israel.

Paul, a Republican newly elected in Kentucky, was on CNN Wednesday outlining where he would cut the $500 billion in government spending he says is critical to sustaining the U.S. economy. His focus was on the departments of energy, education and housing.

Interviewer Wolf Blitzer then asked about foreign assistance, asking if he wanted to end “all foreign aid.” Paul said yes, and Blitzer asked him about aid to Israel.

“Well, I think what you have to do is you have to look,” Paul said. “When you send foreign aid, you actually [send] quite a bit to Israel’s enemies. Islamic nations around Israel get quite a bit of foreign aid, too.

“You have to ask yourself, are we funding an arms race on both sides? I have a lot of sympathy and respect for Israel as a democratic nation, as a, you know, a fountain of peace and a fountain of democracy within the Middle East.”

Blitzer pressed, “End all foreign aid including the foreign aid to Israel as well. Is that right?” he asked.

Paul answered, “Yes.”

marisacat - 27 January 2011

yeah I agree….

One thing I am hoping for, the domestic political climate in the US is too volatile for any shits who abdicate to come here.

France is sitting on a hot potatoe, after decades of taking in these pensioned off despots, but NOW the Tunisian thieves are a big thorn in the French side. And if Gbagboe ever moves on from the cote d’ivoire, the French may nto want him either… sunning himself at the pool at some villa in the S of France… etc.


mattes - 28 January 2011

Speakking of,

Sarkozy goes “postal” on Dimon, as FCIC story unfolds


11. Madman in the Marketplace - 27 January 2011
12. marisacat - 27 January 2011

Angry Arab:

For Husni Mubarak

“Connecticut National Guard Detachment 2, Company I, 185th Aviation Regiment of Groton has mobilized and will deploy to the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt, to support the Multinational Force and Observers. The unit left Connecticut Jan. 15 for Fort Benning, Ga., for further training and validation. The unit operates C-23C Sherpa aircraft and has deployed three times in the last seven years in support of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. The unit will provide an on-demand aviation asset to the Multinational Force and Observers commander to support its mission of supervising the security provisions of the Egypt/ Israel Peace Treaty.” (thanks Jeff)

Posted by As’ad at 8:24 PM

And this too:

What if this was Iran?

The Egyptian regime is clamping down hard:

they stopped the internet altogether, they stopped SMS, (and Twitter and Facebook obviously shut down). Vodaphone and two other phone companies stopped SMS. Najib Suwayrus, the Egyptian billionaire friend of Jamal Mubarak, is a collaborator in the repression. Even the regime’s mouthpiece, Al-Ahram, has been shut down. Egyptian goons are erasing clips of repression from Youtube. In Suez, the land lines are down.

What if this was Iran?? And when there were protests in Iran, Twitter (the company) and Facebook (the company) came out in support of the protesters. The US media were enamored with the protesters back then.

Why are those protesters not sexy for you? You can’t say that they are Islamists this time (as if Islamists have no rights to protest–but let us go along with the argument for the sake of it), and yet they are all alone.

It will be remembered (when you ask now and later why they hate us), that Mubrak’s repression took place with the full support of both parties in the US and the Obama administration.

Do you know now why whenever a US official, any US official, ever utter the word “democracy”, Arabs get a strong urge to throw up? In Iran, the US covertly smuggled those cute camera pens for demonstrators. They were not cute enough for the Egyptian people.

Posted by As’ad at 4:31 PM


lucid - 27 January 2011

I wish more of the world would realize the US could give a shit about democracy… I wish even more of the world would realize that what passes as ‘democracy’ is simply a tool of aristocratic repression.

marisacat - 27 January 2011

…what passes as ‘democracy’ is simply a tool of aristocratic repression.

ain’t it the truth.

13. marisacat - 27 January 2011

hmm John Ellis (Bush relative) linked to this article at Stratfor. FWIW…:

According to a Jan. 27 report in the independent Egyptian daily Al-Mesryoon, President Hosni Mubarak held a high-level meeting Jan. 25 with top members of the Cabinet, security officials and leaders of the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) to discuss the largest instance of public agitation in 30 years. During the meeting, an unnamed but key member of the Cabinet reportedly called on Mubarak to immediately appoint a vice president from the military and resign as NDP chief, and said the governing party should withdraw from any plans to nominate the president’s son Gamal as a candidate for the presidential election slated for September.

If Egypt’s apex leadership is indeed discussing such measures in meetings, it means a significant number of elements within the top ranks of the state are not confident that the regime can contain the ongoing unrest without making some concessions to the public. That a senior minister is asking for the appointment of a vice president from the military shows the extent to which Egypt’s military is reasserting itself in the decision-making process. It also shows that there are forces within the ruling party that feel the party’s survival depends upon gradually distancing itself from the Mubarak family, which has been the object of public ire.

The extent to which the military and NDP are pushing for these changes remains unclear, but both entities want to preserve their political interests and are trying to prevent a potential collapse of the system. Given the situation and what is at stake, it is reasonable to assume that they are likely considering all options. The question is whether such moves are too little, too late, given the outbreak of unrest and the possibility that such moves could be seen as signs of the regime’s weakness, further emboldening its opponents.

Stratfor is subscription only and Ellis linked to some page pitching a subscription and offering the report for free via email… the reason there is no linkk to Stratfor.

14. Madman in the Marketplace - 27 January 2011
15. Madman in the Marketplace - 27 January 2011
16. BooHooHooMan - 27 January 2011

CNN exclusive: FBI misconduct reveals sex, lies and videotape

Editor’s note: Some content in this report may be offensive to readers. For more on this CNN exclusive story, watch Kyra Phillips’ full report on “The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer” tonight starting at 6 p.m. ET. 😆

Washington (CNN) — An FBI employee shared confidential information with his girlfriend, who was a news reporter, then later threatened to release a sex tape the two had made.

A supervisor watched pornographic videos in his office during work hours while “satisfying himself.”

And an employee in a “leadership position” 😉
misused a government database to check on two friends who were exotic dancers and allowed them into an FBI office after hours.

{Snip Zip Wippy Woo Hoo!}

However, the internal summaries show that even with serious misconduct, employees can keep their job (names and locations of the employees are not listed in the reports):

— An employee had “a sexual relationship with a source” over seven months. The punishment was a 40-day suspension.

— The supervisor who viewed “pornographic movies in the office while sexually satisfying himself” during work hours received a 35-day suspension.

— The employee in a “leadership position” who misused a “government database to conduct name checks on two friends who were foreign nationals employed as exotic dancers” and “brought the two friends into FBI space after-hours without proper authorization” received a 23-day suspension. The same employee had been previously suspended for misusing a government database.

— An employee who was drunk “exploited his FBI employment at a strip club,” falsely claiming he was “conducting an official investigation.” His punishment was a 30-day suspension.

— And an employee conducted “unauthorized searches on FBI databases” for “information on public celebrities the employee thought were ‘hot'” received a 30-day suspension.

I thought this was hilarious –

“The vast majority of our
employees do not lie,” Will said. “The vast
majority of our employees do not cheat. The vast
majority of our employees do not steal. The vast
majority of our employees do not engage in the
type of misconduct you are describing….

Well No Kiddin! They’re too busy FAPPING OFF! 😆

marisacat - 27 January 2011


– An employee who was drunk “exploited his FBI employment at a strip club,” falsely claiming he was “conducting an official investigation.” His punishment was a 30-day suspension.

A high level of training leads to high levels of professionalism. Esp in the field.

Gotta lvoe it.

17. marisacat - 28 January 2011

Geesh. Janet Nap, announcing the end of color coded terror candy, sounded like someone who will be laughed at if she runs for school pretzel.

Can’t we laugh her off the stage?

catnip - 28 January 2011

Janet Who? I’m surprised they let her out of her bunker for a public appearance.

18. catnip - 28 January 2011

Joe Biden says Egypt’s Mubarak no dictator, he shouldn’t step down…

The US and “the west” has made such a clusterfuck of the ME by its’ meddling that it’s all just become one sad, pathetic joke.

marisacat - 28 January 2011

I caught his interview on Lehrer. Where he said that, it was AWFUL.

19. catnip - 28 January 2011

lol…after a comment with a quote from Obamalama’s Cairo speech:

Obama has a lot to do with this (2+ / 0-)

Recommended by:
chimpy, Gemina13

1. His story’s made world citizens think about their possibilities.

2. With less hatred towards the US, people in Mideastern, illiberal republics stop seeing the government as part of the “them” against “they.”

Corporations have been enthroned and an ERA of corruption in high places will follow — Lincoln. -9.38, -5.18

by Nulwee on Fri Jan 28, 2011 at 08:37:31 AM MST

Brought to you by The Department of Are You Fucking Kidding Me??

20. catnip - 28 January 2011
21. catnip - 28 January 2011

Lady Hillary of Clinton will be speaking soon about the unrest in the colonies.

22. marisacat - 28 January 2011

hmm this may be old news (I just woke up 40 mins ago and am catchig up) but El Baradei under house arrest and Mubarak will “address the people” tonight.

catnip - 28 January 2011

Looks like Lipless is set to speak soon too.

Or will it be Carney? Apropos name for that bunch of circus entertainers.

marisacat - 28 January 2011

There you go!

“Carnie” it is.

23. marisacat - 28 January 2011



………….. 😯

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