AUTHENTIC FRONTIER GIBBERISH: Egypt's Rebuffs Washington's Speed Up Calls ;0)


AUTHENTIC FRONTIER GIBBERISH: Egypt's Rebuffs Washington's Speed Up Calls ;0)
by Darius Kadivar

Egypt's foreign minister has rebuffed calls from Washington to speed up the pace of political reform. (See BBC Report) .
CNN's International Correspondent In Egypt has just deciphered the Egyptian Diplomat’s Hieroglyphic response and behind the scenes conversations in understandable terms.

Well I guess that’s what happens when a barely 300 years old country want’s to lecture a 7000 years old civilization … ;0)

Secretary of State Vs Egyptian Foreign Minister

Clinton: U.S. Focusing on Egypt's Transition, Democracy :
(NOTE: The Watch Double Click Here)

Egypt's Foreign Minister: U.S. Is Trying to Impose Its Own Will:

President Sadat's Legacy

Sadat speaks about Khomeinsim Vs Islam:

President Sadat about to receive American Diplomats 1980's assisted by Hosni Mubarak: 

Mubarak was to succeed to the Egyptian Raïs after the latter's assassination during a military parade

During Which Mubarak was wounded.

Our International Correspondent In Egypt has just deciphered the Egyptian Diplomat’s Hieroglyphic response in understandable terms. Below is an audiovisual Transcript of behind the scenes conversations: 

American Authentic Frontier Gibberish :

Don’t Stop the Israeli Colonizations :
(NOTE: To Watch Double Click Here)

US Secretary of State’s Concrete Proposal to handling Egyptian transition:

The Egyptian Response to the American Administration :

Wanna Play Chess ? :


Guess Who Invented it ? :


10 things I hate about the Ten Commandments :

Don't Lecture Us Dude:



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by LoverOfLiberty on

Good retort!  :)

And, good timing! :)

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LoverOfLiberty ... well ... Apparently it does ;0)

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by LoverOfLiberty on

Darius Kadivar: "Well I guess that’s what happens when a barely 300 years old country want’s to lecture a 7000 years old civilization … ;0)" if the collective knowledge, intelligence, or wisdom of a country or civilization actually accumulates consistently and significantly with time.

<<<<ROLLS EYES>>>>