Thirteen Senses – Into The Fire

I heard this on Democracy Now during the break whilst watching their excellent coverage of Egypt which puts mainstream broadcasters with the exception of Al Jazeera to shame.

US made a few beeping noises when Al Jazeera was cut off in Egypt and their journalists and offices were attacked. US citizens should ask why they cannot watch Al Jazeera on their cable networks? Is it because it would show how crap is their news coverage? Fox TV applauded when CNN journalists got roughed up! Is it because they may learn a little of the truth of the world?

As a new day dawns in Egypt please pray for victory over the terrorist dog Mubarak and that the day does not end in a bloodbath.

Today we are all Egyptians
Middle East Peace Process
A million Egyptians take to the streets
Juju’s message to Mubarak
When Isis Wept for Egypt
We lost our fear
US urges reform in Egypt?
Egypt: One by one the dominoes fall
Criminals of a feather flock together – Blair backs Mubarak
Video Report on the Battle for Tahrir Square

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8 Responses to “Thirteen Senses – Into The Fire”

  1. Lainee Says:


    This is the message that came up on my screen when I tried to play the video.

    “This video contains content from Vevo, who has blocked it in your country on copyright grounds.”

    • keithpp Says:

      Slightly different to what I get. Click through to youtube, then maybe will play. Sadly you are hitting the greed of mega-corporate record companies. Odd because it was played on Democracy Now which is in the US!

      Or search on youtube with my heading.

    • keithpp Says:

      After we overthrow Dog Mubarak and other US-UK backed Arab dictators we overthrow the tyranny and dictatorship of US-UK Corporations!

  2. Dances With Crayons Says:

    This link works! Not the same video though.
    Love to you both xo

    • keithpp Says:

      Thanks Jane. Still have to click through to youtube though. But please note I have added a second video of the people on the street in Egypt.

      As the new days dawns these brave courageous people are in our prayers. We pray they achieve victory over the terrorist dog Mubarak and that victory is achieved without the day ending in a bloodbath.

  3. keithpp Says:

    Our prayers were answered, the day has passed without bloodshed. In part due to soldiers manning the entrances into Tahrir Square. More than a million people have taken to the streets on the Day of Departure calling for the terrorist dog Hosni Mubarak to go, and still he stays.

    Egypt in revolt

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