PROTESTS CONTINUE on the streets of Tunisia, Egypt, and now Yemen as hacktivists use social media to organize flash mobs. In Tunisia, it’s now semi-officially called the Jasmine Revolution, which echoes the Rose, Orange, Tulip, Cedar, and Green revolutions of recent years — some of which have been funded by Western interests — like George Soros’ Open Society Institute and the US government.
In Egypt, late word is that the Muslim Brotherhood has joined the protesters opposed to the rule of aging President Hosni Mubarak. This could get interesting and not in a good way.
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