The Grand Scam: Spinning Egypt’s Military CoupEvery coup d’état in history begins with a military General announcing the overthrow and arrest of the country’s leader, the suspension of the constitution, and the dissolution of the legislature. If people resist, it turns bloody. Egypt is no exception.
The MOLAR MACHINE the CruNChing Death the MouthMaw of the MachiNERoar devouring anything its in path including / in the end/its own Teethsoldiers/ A Monstrous hellbdeath GNasHing dating back to the oldest of human existence.
What machine is this ? its a sick disease from Outer Space/ Some Lunactic Ismisimus imported from where?
Mars? another unknown planet o f diseaed dead ghosts? whatshit soldiers rerun from dead cans of old soapoperas have monstrized the present moment /capturing the Earth day smashing the Earth night
there has never been an army that wasn't going to put somebody down sooner or later./people idealize these things thinking/they're to do 'good' / talk to young soldiers/ after returning from war areas/ they don't see it the same/ ______________________________________
'One never escapes the economy of war”
Nietzsche says; churches, armies, States - which of all these dogs
wants to die? (AO, 70-1/74)
we know there are hidden armies behind these armies slinking around the backchannels
and doors funneling the loot
to the boot
( and the 'coup that was not but was' it was only aN AppeArance of one ) one can't really one novelists for the truth!
if armies want to thrown down their guns, and other paraphenial then here might be
an army of love
As hundreds of thousands took to the streets of Cairo on Friday in the competing rallies, there was another, much smaller protest on the opposite bank of the Nile at Sphinx square. Several dozen men and women gathered in the afternoon to voice their opposition to the both the military and the Brotherhood, billing their rally as the 'Third Square.'
"I'm not sure what the solution is but I know we can't return to the way the Brotherhood were ruling and we can't go back to military rule either," says Shaimaa Said, a 33-year-old Cairo resident. She hold up a poster with the faces of both Morsi and al-Sisi crossed out and the caption underneath them: 'Down with religious fascism. Down with military fascism.'
Beside her stands 29-year-old Hanan Abdel Gazar. "We want to continue the January 25 revolution. First the Brotherhood stole it from us so we protested them on June 30. Now the army is stealing it."