2011年01月29日

Naoto Amaki's mail magazine No.60 Jan. 29, 2011

"And Then There Were None"

Rebel campaign in Egypt have intensified.

I didn't expect it would expand as big as it is to tell the truth.

In any event, the Mubarak regime has escaped any danger so far.

It's due to the overwhelming support of U.S.

Then I still don't think Egypt would achieve a popular revolution like Tunisia.

U.S. would try to build up a pro-U.S. regime at a pinch, discarding Mubarak.

It's obviously not a true popular revolution which I hope.

If the people revolution is not real thing, major trend is not affected.

Naoto Amaki's mail magazine No.56 Jan. 28, 2011

"U.S. fears for demonstration expanding in Egypt and Japanese mass media agrees with it"

Coup in Tunisia is spilling over to Egypt.
I haven't been sure yet how far it'll expand, but its course can't help giving a big influence on the Palestinian issue.
That's why I pay attention to this demo.
Of course, U.S. is interested in it with the same reason.
U.S. can't maintain dictatorship, and it doesn't want to be a wet blanket against a trend for democracy, because if it inflamed Egyptian public opinion by maintaining the Mubarak administration, effect would be just the opposite.