A Muslim Brotherhood
The main political force in Egypt is known by some to be the Muslim Brotherhood. The known situation in Egypt during these times is the revolution, the radicals of Egypt argue this is not true, but most people know this is how they are happy to be known.
The geopolitics of Egypt has both been debated and on the outside has been stirring trouble in the community.
The debate is based on the usual divisions of labour and the gap between poverty and the middle classes in Egypt. To the Brotherhood this may appear radical. On the outside it does seem radical, but from the inside it is a different story unfolding.
Political parties are pitting there wits to find some solutions to current issues and later issues that may also arise, many of these issues are spoke about in the article below. Stirring Trouble Internationally contributor James Anderson writes all the information he has gathered from the inside of Cairo’s archives and current news.
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The radicals, who range from liberals to Trotskyites, accuse the Brotherhood of seeking an accommodation with the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF).
The Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Is Divided. Who Will Benefit?
"Labiba Ahmed" The first leader to the women branch of Muslim brotherhood Organization العربية: لبيبة أحمد أول رئيسة لقسم الأخوات المسلمات في جماعة الإخوان المسلمين (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
In New York this week The F-word is debated by Joe Biden. In politics swearing is not accepted but in the mainstream most politicians do like to use the F-word.
A lot of people find offencive whenever the F-word is used, so in politics it is important to use better terminology when trying to articulate what one another means by what they are saying.
Dan Majestic notices that in New York these debates are being used to align politics with common slang of swearing. He also highlights the danger of burning out therefore making words fizzle out by loosing there sparkle.
Some of the words used area bit choice and nothing compared to the F-word and recommends the use of these types of words should be used more sparingly in light of the debated outcomes.
Using The F-Word Properly. And Keeping Its Sparkle Intact.
Politics Balloons (Photo credit: Newfrontiers)
In China this week’s news report’s are in about Bo Xilai and Bo Jiantu seen here in the picture shaking hands, wearing red badges. In October last year the elections were Triumphant but from the position we are seeing a decline in what was promised before the elections were won. The standing committee are either well pleased or they are not the outcome of which is still yet to be determined.
This year the goals and projections about innovation and technology are being focused on and its these negotiations that may or may not win back the respect they are looking for from their home country China.
Gu Shua deepens the discussion more from Beijing by saying:
The Tibetans, Mongolians and Xinjiang Muslims would battle for independence. So democracy is off the table. So what does democratisation mean?
Who Gains More From The Disgrace Of Bo Xilai? Hu Jintao or Wen Jiabao? http://ow.ly/1jeBqJ
Gu Shua in Beijing wrote:
“He used a visit to the German city of Hannover the other day to bang the drum again.”
What Gu Shua means by this is that the Prime Minister in China is in someway playing homage to the old China Communist Party, go over to Stirring Trouble Internationally and find out for yourself what Gu Shua is saying.
China Needs Political And Economic Reform According To The Prime Minister. But Is Anyone Listening?
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Wendi Deng Murdoch, wife of News Corporation Chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch, (Photo credit: Wikipedia)