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How great is this day? I am fighting respiratory issues but am so happy at the same time. This happened without the need for foreign intervention. It was done without spending 200 million a day on arms. This revolution was of the people, by the people, and for the people. Thanks to the Internet, world leaders were not allowed to turn a blind eye to this revolution. People around the world came together to demand their leaders apply pressure to the Mubarak regime.
Today the people and not back room politics won. Egypt is not the last stop on the power to the people train. That train will pull into the station in the USA in 2012.

Continue to send love and peace to Egypt. Today is a great day for humanity.

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