Children of the Revoloution!

Hello Skinlovers!

Watching the recent curfuffle going on in Tunis (they got rid of their president in a totally unexpected move which left most of the worlds secret services with egg on their collective faces), which has now spilled over into Egypt (as of today nearly all acces by media and mobile communication has been cut, demonstrations are taking place there). It makes one wonder the key words being used by Arab leaders now are very American in their sentiment, words like Transparency and integrity! Talk about spin.

But this post is not about that, this post is about all you coffee table revolutionaries, yes you the ones who talk about famine while eating your dinner! You who preach revolution and up with the people while you are driving your latest Mercedes and your gas guzzling SUV’s!
NO you won’t fool the children of the revolution!
So please don’t preach Revolution to me and do not bring up the word change of regime too, because then I might have to smack you in the face with a baseball and nine inch nails!
Keep them there thoughts away from me thank you.

Kudos to those who went for the protest and to show solidarity with the people of Egypt, my blessings and good thoughts fly to you but the others do not use your hypocrisy to judge me or others!

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About descantia

A melting pot of contradictions! Artist, Designer (most media), Copywriter, Thespian, Chanteuse, Dancer, Performance artist, Make-up artist and so much more... The penultimate liberal hedonist with conservative leanings! Exacting, free, libertine with a Courtesan mentality! Honest, blunt, viciously unkind when dealing with fools, ingrates, liars, and any deceivers. Detests: Hypocrisy, Disloyalty, Infidelity, Stupidity, Anyone Devoid of Morals Ethics and decent manners and behaviour. Loves being a Snarky Grumpy Bitter Old Elitist!
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2 Responses to Children of the Revoloution!

  1. Izdihar says:

    do you mind if I reblog this on bukrablog.tumblr.com, it’s a high-school student operated media monitor for all things Egypt and I’d love to link to this. (on an entirely unrelated note, love your About Me section, ingenious)

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