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One: a Muslim caliphate that controls the Mideast and parts of Europe.
Two: China that will control Asia, the southern half of Africa, part of the Middle East, Australia, maybe New Zealand and God only knows else. Socialism—Islamic socialism and socialist communists working together, along with radical Islam.
What you see behind me is a celebration of this new policy announced today by the East German government, that now, for the first time since the wall was erected in 1961, people will be able to move through freely. A city that had a major role in the astonishing developments in the Philippines. Three decades of absolute power surrendered in three minutes.
President Ferdinand Marcos who vowed to fight to last drop of blood has fled his country tonight. Asia‘s longest-serving leader, President Suharto, bows to pressure and steps down, asking for forgiveness.
A runner-up in terms of best visual communication about what just happened in the world, I think this representation of Hosni Mubarak as Gulliver pinned down by Lilliputians. Hosni Mubarak, like Andre the Giant has a posse, with props to Shepard Fairey. Who in United States looked at the video from Egypt, looked at shot like this, and said, boy, that stinks, this is bad news?
Who in America looked at this, looked at the jubilance in Tahrir Square and thought, man, I wish Hosni Mubarak had stayed in office and put down those demonstrators in the streets?
But on days like today, the inspired part of us beats back the worried part, just for this moment, because things like this, days like this remind us that not everything is foretold, that not every fate is sealed, that no trajectory is permanent, that surprises happen.
This has been one of the cheers that has been iconic throughout all of this. And today, the army is stepping in to join the people and now taking charge the (INAUDIBLE).
First, here is Bush-bama or Oba-bush, whatever you would horribly call them. If they were allowed to vote in an open election, they would put themselves vulnerable and make us vulnerable to dangerous terrorism.
OBAMA: There are basic principles that are universal. And the United States of America will never waiver in our efforts to stand up for the right of people everywhere to determine their own destiny. UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Congressman Ackerman might be positive that their Jeffersonian Democrats about to create the first burgeoning democracy in the Middle East under Arab rule, I myself am not 100 percent confident.
Had what happened in Egypt today, had it happened even a couple of years ago, American conservatives might have been trying to claim credit, saying Egypt happened because Bush bombed Iraq or something, or Mubarak, we always felt about him like we felt about Saddam.
Would have been a hard sell, but I could see them doing it.