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    Re: Morsi Leaves Palace!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by ecofarm View Post
    The words "Marxist" nor "Zionist" appear in that article. Just admit you invented that he "self identifies as a Marxist Christian Zionist". You made things up about your political opponents, plain and simple. You demonized South Sudan while claiming that Bashir is innocent, and you MADE STUFF UP. Deal with it.
    I said Garang self identified as a Christian Marxist.. That has been discussed TWICE with you.
    Some Americans thought he was a "Zionist" because he was the darling of right wing Republicans.

    I followed Garang's career for two decades.. and I was a conservative Republican myself.

    The pro-democracy activists in Egypt have thrown their support behind the judiciary, which despite some reform minded judges, is considered a corrupt Mubarak holdover in desperate need of reform... and about half the demonstrators are in their teens.

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    Re: Morsi Leaves Palace!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by sharon View Post
    I said Garang self identified as a Christian Marxist.. That has been discussed TWICE with you.
    Let me know when you get a real source.

    Quote Originally Posted by sharon View Post
    John Garang self identified himself as a Dinka convert who became a Christian Marxist...

    John Garang - Head Of The Sudan Liberation Army

    Garang is an American-educated Marxist Christian Zionist, who attended Grinell College in Iowa. He trained at Fort Benning, Georgia. In 1983, he established the SLA, and he fought Khartoum until the 2005 peace agreement. He was elected Vice-President of the Sudan government, but died in a helicopter accident three weeks later.

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    As we're off topic here, I'm done with it here. Feel free to deny the dishonesty in that thread.

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    Re: Morsi Leaves Palace!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by ecofarm View Post
    Let me know when you get a real source.




    As we're off topic here, I'm done with it here. Feel free to deny the dishonesty in that thread.
    You're off topic bringing up Garang who caused 20 years of civil war and the deaths of 2 million people.. I did NOT identify him as a Zionist but the Christian Right did because small arms support of Israel.

    allAfrica.com: Egypt's Government Commits to Creating 750,000 New Jobs Under Auspices of State Committee Dedicated to Micro-Projects and Youth Employment

    Excerpt: 750,000 jobs for Egypt

    "Unemployment, particularly amongst youth, was a key grievance voiced by protesters during the revolution. With more than 750,000 new entrants to the labour market every year, the unemployment rate in Egypt has been on the rise, going from 8.7 per cent in 2008 to what will likely be over 13 per cent by the end of 2012," said Tapsoba. Almost 90 per cent of all unemployed people are between 15 and 29, Tapsoba explained. He also added that unemployment is increasingly concentrated among the educated young. For men, university graduates comprise the largest segment of unemployed, while high-school graduates report the highest rates of unemployment for women.

    Tapsoba was followed by Waly, who said there was a real need for urgent action to give young people a chance to prove their worth in the workplace. "Our priority is crystal clear: Decent jobs and decent incomes," stated Waly. "SFD was created to support growth and development of small and micro enterprises and to avail employment. In doing this, we collaborate with all stakeholders and learn from international best practices and South-South cooperation," she added.

    The forum's four sessions focused on the challenges and opportunities faced by Egypt's youth demographic as well as the best practices and lessons the nation could implement from around the region. Experts also discussed the characteristics of the labour market in Egypt with an emphasis on regional disparities; policy priorities, programs and initiatives for the promotion of youth employment; and the areas ripe for strategic partnerships to implement these kinds of programs.

    At the end of the forum, the AfDB released the Bank's 2012 flagship report, the African Economic Outlook, that details its confidence in Egypt's recovery, provided the government can get the support of everyday Egyptians.

    According to the report, North African countries have long lagged behind more developed neighbours when it comes to job creation and social justice, especially in terms of young people. Although new governments have taken over in some of these countries, with incumbent authorities making concessions to better working and living conditions in other nations, many in the region are still struggling to make ends meet and put food on the table.

    During the second quarter of 2012, around 3.4 million Egyptians were jobless. Egypt's beleaguered tourism sector that typically employs 12 per cent of the workforce was one of the hardest hit sectors by last year's popular revolution and its after-effects, which drove many businesses to shed jobs as visitor numbers fell.

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    Re: Morsi Leaves Palace!!!

    Wow....between HoJ and some of the conservatives in this thread, we've managed to determine that everything good and bad that happens in the world is simultaneously all credited to Obama.

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    Re: Morsi Leaves Palace!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Zyphlin View Post
    Wow....between HoJ and some of the conservatives in this thread, we've managed to determine that everything good and bad that happens in the world is simultaneously all credited to Obama.
    Hows that working out for the last 3 pages?

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