Sunday, 11 August 2013

On the Crisis of Egypt - Following Egypt into the Developed State as Developed Nation

I support the Military of Egypt in them electing an interim leader and to encourage people of Egypt into the streets in celebration. I also find the name reliable.

This has two premises:
1. The Military is the people. Their decision also speaks of all Egyptian strength.
2. The leader is the leader for only a (very) limited time, 2 - 3 years.
(3. The appointed man comes out as decent, i.e., not against Egyptian values, against Islam and so on.)
(4.) The last point is that as the Egyptian military has asked the Egyptian people to come out into the streets in _celebration_, I hope the Muslim Brotherhood of Egypt has the wisdom to recall/stop the demonstrations and to set the democratic clock instead, 2 - 3 years into time, for the democratic election to take place!

It is also noted that the Egyptian Military has to keep their Word, their promise, to deliver on their duty. Executions if not?

Good luck to all of Egypt, people and business!

Urls for Egypt:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egypt . General outlook. GDP number. Also PPP.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egypt#Military . Protecting peaceful Middle East targets. Maybe NATO?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muslim_Brotherhood . Religious organisation. How their  religious society is to develop.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/African_Union . One parent to Egypt of 2.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab_League . The other parent to Egypt of 2.

Note: Arabic League and African Union get my word anytime.
Note2: I am no Egypt-expert. I don't know the Egypt "system", so to speak.

5 comments:

  1. (Before blog above.)
    On Crisis in Egypt

    I support the Military of Egypt in them electing an interim leader and to encourage people of Egypt into the streets in celebration. I also find the name reliable.

    This has two premises:
    1. The Military is the people. Their decision also speaks of all Egyptian strength.
    2. The leader is the leader for only a (very) limited time, 2 - 3 years.
    (3. The appointed man comes out as decent, i.e., not against Egyptian values, against Islam and so on.)
    (4.) The last point is that as the Egyptian military has asked the Egyptian people to come out into the streets in _celebration_, I hope the Muslim Brotherhood of Egypt has the wisdom to recall/stop the demonstrations and to set the democratic clock instead, 2 - 3 years into time, for the democratic election to take place!

    It is also noted that the Egyptian Military has to keep their Word, their promise, to deliver on their duty. Executions if not?

    Good luck to all of Egypt, people and business!

    Note: Arabic League and African Union get my word anytime.
    Note2: I am no Egypt-expert. I don't know the Egypt "system", so to speak.

    (First published to Facebook profile, Olsnes-Lea a while ago.)

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  2. African Union with Africa has made this fine letter/contribution to the UN for secured development, url: http://www.un.org/ga/search/view_doc.asp?symbol=A/67/938&Lang=E .

    There is reason for much optimism in terms of progress, also in the employment sense by turning an economic emphasis to employment in itself, along with prospects of 2 kids (or 1 kid) into the family tree of all humanity forever, also down the generations, with the focus on family planning...

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  3. A Suggestion for OPEC's Future
    - Turn the agenda toward "a national profit basis" that distributes for all member states (194?) and that new democratic ideals for all the needs of these nations are cared for, investment-wise, development-wise, all other... (water, sanitation, food, etc.)... please!

    This can be done while also coming together to agree on a key for preserving the traditional respects/honours inside this "profit-key-solution" so that leadership sanity is preserved or made easier throughout the World.

    I must insist also, that combatting Overpopulation at the same time by voting for "1 kid or 2 kids" family policies, is the most wise!

    There must be no doubt, to conclude, that OPEC's future can't be placed in doubt! It is serving ALL people now, also by international law in terms of plausibility, and should continue to do so "forever", with the appropriate celebration to go, as much as ending slavery back in former-colony-USA, by the civil war then.

    Labels: Arab League, Corwin Amendment, Ethics, Gadhafi, gas, Hussein, Iran, Iraq, Kantian Ethics for nations, Kantianism, Libya, minerals, oil, OPEC, rights of the people, ecology, development, "generic" industries, progress, UN, broad acceptance.

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  4. For universities and colleges alike:
    For Egyptians to populate the universities, just make sure the "competence box", that people are competent, first and foremost, is in place and then Egypt announces them all graduates, bachelors, masters, doctors and professors. Some pedagogical abilities may be wanted from the people to hold positions. Also, that the respects to these "high achievements" to the doctorates' degrees can be played down, placing the service to people and industry first and making sure the Egyptian backbone sits firm at the same time, reliability from Egypt to Egypt granted!

    Keyword: competence (rather than "high, high, high..." so that only few and unsufficient number become academic educators and leaders of society, also possibly marked by stupid envy)

    Note more, basic and probably in already: keeping an eye on the development of the university ratings may not be such a bad idea, making an additional "ethno-self-serving-centric" Middle Eastern not so bad either.

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  5. For Egypt and many other countries, whether in group or not, in sympathy:

    A Suggestion for UN Declaration

    That we now can rate countries into the two categories,

    * Developed Countries
    * Countries Developing - Level 2

    By this it is acknowledged that High-Tech factories can "land" into any country, even to off-shore platforms by will to spend more money. It must also be certain that there are no more these obstacles to various communication needs given the phone/wi-fi systems for a start, cables by fibre-cables possibly representing higher qualities.

    That transportation routes can easily be set into construction and omitted effectively by other means suitably quick so that this aspect for every of these "lowest" countries are well covered.

    This declaration makes it a reality that the World has now moved on in terms of connectivity and possible hostility given the vast returns of people communicating internationally and seeing happiness in actually enjoying the corresponding tourism opportunities too, "specialising into one's own interest area or other tourist behaviour".

    It's now for UN to step up planning intensity for World Bank initiatives for these potentials by possibilities to be fully or credibly exploited. Good luck! End.

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