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Are we about to see a democratic North Africa?

Is it really kicking off there - do you think anything's gonna happen in Egypt and Algeria?

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Yeah, you're right

Not getting tr0lled into thinking you spelt intellectual wrong as well you fass

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i for one encourage interlectual(sp?)/political debates.

then again ima cultured individual.

step ur life game up josephine

pos for you brother

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Couldnt care less about egypt.

Algeria is democratic and has been since independence, the issues in algeria are largely unemployment which leads to poverty and discontent.

President boutfelica is in his 2nd term, hes fairly popular, i just think the government need to spread more of the oil money amongst the poor instead of giving 4 billion dollars to russia for weapons for example.

Algeria will be fine, there is a huge algerian population living abroad which will help the long term economy in algeria.

Ben Ali of tunisia and mubarak of egypt have been in power for decades, they were dictators, bouteflica has been democratically elected twice. There are opposing parties in algeria and last election a woman stood for president.

Conclussion, algeria will be fine.

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What's the food like in Algeria

Lamb?

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What's the food like in Algeria

Lamb?

more or less like moroccan cuisine... cous cous, lamb, chicken... bread with everything

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my guy hosni will be smokin these dissenters like an apple shisha by the wweeekend

lol at those guys tihnkin its tunisia time...gna end up being served in nxt weeks doner meat

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Not getting tr0lled into thinking you spelt intellectual wrong as well you fass

my guy hosni will be smokin these dissenters like an apple shisha by the wweeekend

lol at those guys tihnkin its tunisia time...gna end up being served in nxt weeks doner meat

:lol: :lol:

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This timebomb breh seems to have been chatting sh*t. talking about algeria being stable reh reh

the internet is alight with calls for similar revolts to happen in Algeria.

your fam mus be on the govt payroll to be chatting the breeze you have.

all this your anti african stance. u aint no african...cease from claiming this from today

The struggle spreads in Algeria

January 17, 2011

Algeria has been ruled by the National Liberation Front (FLN) for most of the time since the country won its war for liberation from French colonial domination half a century ago. FLN leaders claim the mantle of the independence struggle, but they rule over an authoritarian system dependent on the state's repressive military and security forces. The president since 1999, Abdelaziz Bouteflika won a new term in office in April 2009 with more than 90 percent of the vote in an election that was widely boycotted.

Tunisian revolt spreads to Algeria

19/01/2011

Solidarity with the Algerian and Tunisian masses!

Chahid Gashir, CWI

With the new year having hardly begun, an important wave of revolt is hitting North Africa. While in Tunisia, an unprecedented period of protest is shaking the Ben Ali dictatorship, for over a week, Algeria has been also overcome by a series of popular “riots”. These have involved, until now, most notably young people, in a country where the population below 30 years old represents 75% of the total. This massive unrest reveals to the eyes of the world the depth of the despair and rage of this ‘no future’ generation, sharpened by the effects of the international crisis of capitalism.

http://www.socialistworld.net/img/article/2011-01-10Grafik1587598712676875679.jpg

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Most of these places in algeria have not experienced riots of this scale for over two decades. Even governmental figures, if they are worth anything, are forced to recognise that about 24 wilayas (regions) have been hit by the movement - in other words, half the country.


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lol @ ayo telling me bout algeria cos hes seen a couple vids a read a few foreign news reports.

The riots in algeria were not cos of the president like in tunisia, believe it or not it was cos food prices went up, in particular cooking oil which went up to around £8 per bottle, the government slashed food duties after the riots and they stopped.

What ur showing there is no different to the student protests in london and people being pissed off at the conservatives, the algeria situation is not the same as tunisia and egypt.

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I like reading about the UK in foreign news

We're perceived as some 1984-like big brother state cuz of our unnaturally high amount of CCTV, according to the Americans at least

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yeah yeah... pictures dont lie. nor do the people protesting who are there.

way you were chatting was like nothing is happening.

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yeah yeah... pictures dont lie. nor do the people protesting who are there.

way you were chatting was like nothing is happening.

u could take some images and videos from the student protests in london and come to the same conclussion.

i was on skype to my cousin last night, theres nothing happening there now.

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TIMEBOMB ITS CONCLUSION NOT CONCLUSSION FACK

U DNE THAT TWICE NW LLOW IT

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This timebomb breh seems to have been chatting sh*t. talking about algeria being stable reh reh

the internet is alight with calls for similar revolts to happen in Algeria.

your fam mus be on the govt payroll to be chatting the breeze you have.

all this your anti african stance. u aint no african...cease from claiming this from today

WOW.

I would not have that.

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TIMEBOMB ITS CONCLUSION NOT CONCLUSSION FACK

U DNT THAT TWICE NW LLOW IT

:lol:

why u getting a bee in ur bonnet about my spelling then writing "u dnt that twice nw llow it", some 16 year old girl spelling

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LYK LLOW ME MAN PLZ

R8 MA LYF

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Dunno how no one said that before you

POS

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Reports are emerging that Internet has gone down in Cairo and perhaps throughout Egypt, only hours before the largest planned protests yet.

According to a report from The Arabist, "Egypt has shut off the internet."

Multiple Internet Service Providers are affected according to the report, which states:

f*cked up if true.

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