Post Tagged with: "media madness"

  • The Puzzle that is Egypt

    Not only is Ancient Egypt still presenting the world with an unending supply of hitherto unsolved mysteries – modern Egypt is also presenting it’s mysteries and puzzles.  If what happened in Egypt in 2011 and the ongoing effects of the […]

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  • How are you doing today?

    “Woke up this morning…feelin fine…..” I seem to remember a song with those words.  Well, thank God, I did wake up this morning feeling fine – more importantly I continued to feel fine after finding two emails from two different […]

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  • Egypt – Writes the Opening Chapters of a New Millenium – and the world misses it.

    We marvel at the Ancient Egyptians, what they did, what they left behind.   We dig in the sand for their treasures, rob their tombs and put their bodies on open display in museums so we can gawk at death. […]

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  • Nothing Earth Shattering

    So where are we today?  Personally – and this is more of a personal touchy, feely post today…. Personally I have been DESPERATELY trying to NOT focus on Syria or Egypt’s ‘stuckness’.  Am I succeeding?  Of course not!  Every time […]

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  • Egypt Still Losing International Media War

    It appears that Egypt has lost and is still losing the international media war. They are short of video and stories of violence because to a greater extent the situation has stabilized here. Yet they continue with the insinuations of […]

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  • Luxor is a Happier Place Today

    Yesterday I went into Luxor – more accurately I went on a bit of a joyride around town to catch up with some friends and see how the land lay. First noticeable thing was that there was nothing to notice […]

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  • Egypt Still Fights Alone

    I hardly know where to start this morning.  Once again the CNN, BBC World and Al Jazeera English are continuing their “…….” I don’t have a word to put in there – let’s just say that their slant on the […]

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  • David Cameron UK Prime Minister

    UK Response to Violence at Home

    So far UK has been quiet in response to what is happening in Egypt and rightly so, with the exception of William Hague’s bit of non-specific waffle deploring deaths etc. I am taking this opportunity to remember the UK responses […]

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