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Do you think Gamal Mubarak will take over the presidency in Egypt?

Celebraties share their thoughts

| Written by makarona

Wed, 10/21/2009 - 14:16

The rumour's been out and about for some time now: will Gamal Mubarak take the throne? El Koshary Today took to the streets to ask passersby what they thought of matter. Below are some of the folks we bumped into. Actually, this intro is completely unnecessary - we only put it so that there would be something to take up space in the extract on the main pages.

Do you think Gamal Mubarak will take over the presidency in Egypt?

Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton

Batman

Batman

Rene Descartes

Rene Descartes

“Umm, I dunno, is he like hot?”
“There’s something you need to know: I am Gamal Mubarak” “I think, therefore I don’t think so.”

Ellahw El7'afy

Fri, 10/30/2009 - 20:36

what are you talking about guys???
do you think Mubarak Sr. will let ANYONE take it???

AbdelGhany

Mon, 11/16/2009 - 23:30

I read an interview with Marx..
He said: The National Democratic Party is the opiate of masses

Anonymous

Tue, 11/17/2009 - 16:07

Why not, Jamal represent our generation, Obama is 48 years Old , yes i agree that Gamal rouls.

G!

Wed, 12/02/2009 - 16:13

It's not (only) about what Mubarak Sr. wants, it is rather the people (powerful lobbies/businessmen)around the Mubaraks and what THEY want.
And the concept of inheritance is beyond all shame. But still that doesn't stop him from being the next boss.

Anonymous

Wed, 12/09/2009 - 18:17

How about we all make a plan.....maybe get someone we WANT in stead of a leader someone ELSE wants... or worse yet, a leader determined by an accident of birth! There is power in numbers friends.

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Aboul-Romy

Sun, 12/27/2009 - 01:27

lol Jimmy would make a great Batman! Methinks he's got the features and character to pull it off.
Maybe not President though.

In Love with Makarona (hoping it is a gal)

Sun, 12/27/2009 - 23:39

Well, first of all, Jimmy M. is straight (sexually speaking of course, I don't know much about his financial habbits)L He got married to a girl half his age. Not only that, but she does smile while with him in public. That does mean something! The guy got it.

Second, he really gets happy when the Egyptian football team scores and sad when someone scores against it. I SAW it on TV!

What the hell? What else do Egyptians want?

Jimmy will make a fine president because, well:
1- He is a fluent English speaker and knows all the big words. He can say "imperialism" (his father said "imbaba", his grand dad said "imboo").

2- He looks like an a-hole (a pre-requisite in the constitution).

3- He has many cute friends: Zizo (the steel drums boy), Walwal (the tax freak), and Rashy (the growth guy wink-wink) to name a few.

4- His brother got the money. Have a frigging heart guys.

He has my vote.

Herodotus

Tue, 01/19/2010 - 05:14

Ok, I gotsta say: I love what Mubarak Snr. has done for Egypt. He took a country which was falling apart, ditched in a diasterous economic hole it was left in, thanks to decades of futile warring. He modernised it, and he helped Egypt to recover.

It is evident to the global community now that Egypts' economy is flourishing and expanding at an envious rate. For the first time in over half a century, Egypts' star is rising. This is thanks to Mubarak Snr, and the care he has for Egypt.

As I understand it, he has groomed his son for the position of the "Presidency" -which should be read as "Dictatorship"-. I further believe that this is what Egypt NEEDS. Egypt is not a developed country, it is developing. Egypt cannot afford to choose its' leader in the same way as a developed country can. It needs a leader who can continue the work done by Mubarak Snr., and continue to develop Egypt until the country is developed, and economically independent. When this is realised, and only when this is realised, will Egypt be ready to enter the world stage of "Democracy" or more accurately "Plutocracy" as evidenced by the shameful 2000 "elections" in the usa.

There's a lot of talk about electing a President that "we" want instead of one that "they" want. How about what Egypt "needs"?? Hmmm??? Stop being selfish, and look to what is best for Egypt, and not the pipe-dreams of fools who think that free elections will solve all the problems of our once-great country.

Despite all the Nasser-lovers out there, Gamal Abd-el Nasser fucked Egypt in the arse. In his his 17 years of fucking the country, the only good thing he did for Egypt was dying. Anwar el-Sadat was a bit better. He was a good man, who tried to do the right thing. If he lived, he may have made a fine President. We'll never know. Mubarak is the only President Egypt has ever had (even though we've only ever had 3 presidents) who hasn't led Egypt into a pointless war against Israel.

Israel is NOT the enemy. Israel never was the enemy. Mohammed made war against the Idol-Worshippers of the Arabian peninsula, and NOT against the Jews. The Jewish Tora -the first 5 books of the Bible- are accepted by the prophet Mohammed and by the Koran as the word of God. Those who claim to be muslim, and who hate Jews are not real muslims, and they have ignored what the prophet Mohammed tried to teach them. They have strayed from the path, having been misled by hateful arabs. Egypt doesn't need that. Egyptians are BETTER than that. We had our OWN population before the arabs came, and we don't need to be pulled down to hell with the rest of the arabs. Egyptians are better than that, and we can show the world this fact by embracing our Jewish brothers with love, rather than by allowing ourselves to be misled by hate-filled arabs who have forgotten -or choose to ignore- the message the prophet Mohammed gave to the world.

So, despite what the people of Egypt might want, what the nation of Egypt needs is for Mubarak Snr. to live a long life, and to groom his successor into his role as the man/ woman to lead Egypt to a place it deserves: A nation amongst nations leading the world to a better future.

ChefUnderConstruction

Fri, 01/22/2010 - 00:30

ROFL @ the guy (hopefully) who's in love with Makarona!! I couldn't possibly agree more!!

Dalia

Wed, 03/03/2010 - 14:43

To Herodotus:

Are you a Mubarak in disguise?

Anonymous

Thu, 03/04/2010 - 23:40

Is there any body else out there, maybe superman or spiderman or even better catwoman,i'm still waiting for a hero.

Omm Fatakaat

Thu, 03/11/2010 - 05:59

Guys,
I don't know why everyone is against Mubarak, let alone Jimmy being president.
As you all can see, in your everyday life, Mubarak has done all he can to help the Egyptians live a better life and eat Baladi bread. I actually thought at one point he was just gonna give it to the citizens for free.
Moving on to Jimmy being president,the man has class, a nice house and a pretty wife with big teeth. I also know that he brought Amr Diab to sing in his wedding--this def. shows how he has class.
Also, he's been educated and he knows his daddy's ways way too well for him to NOT be prez.
Don't you guys want Egypt to be an awesome place? Please, vote for the Jim man, so, he can add his "new thoughts" or fikr gideed, to the society's mentality.

Anonymous

Tue, 05/11/2010 - 13:52

Stewie Griffin Said:
"BLAAAST, Victory shall be mine; he's gonna eat the poop in my Dipper"

Me

Fri, 07/09/2010 - 14:20

Herodus,
I don t know which books you read. Why don t you try and make your little research about the economic and political weight of egypt in the 70s and today? Dont forget to take a close look at the corrumption indx, the total GDP ranking, the disparityies between classes etc. You could also go do your little survey in Mansheyet nasser, in mahala at the factories or in the cells of lazoghly and check for yourself how thrilled people are during the "reign" of mubarak!...oh but i forgot..why ask these ignorant illetrate people..they dont understand anything anyway!!! Better stay in our villas in the sahel and enjoy a called beer..Yummy!

nobbary@yahoo.dk

Mon, 11/08/2010 - 22:12

Gamal M. is dishy in gucci trousers and thats about it.

Bonzo

Wed, 09/21/2011 - 00:23

I guess this question has been answered!

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