You talked earlier about anti-American sentiment and a lot of that has been because the United States, while today the press secretary is saying how they’ve been talking about Egypt and then need for reform and bringing this up at every meeting, that’s not the way many Egyptians see it. Most Egyptians see the United States as having stood solidly by President Mubarak while the government here grew more and more corrupt. And they see the Americans as complicit in it. --Richard EngelHas anyone noticed that we don’t make things in the United States any longer as we used to? Most of our industrial base has been moved off shore to places like China and India. Moves meant to impoverish Americans, break American unions and exploit poor people worldwide. So to discover that there are things still actually made in America is not only surprising but also interesting don’t you think?
What is also interesting is that the U.S. government has found a foreign buyer for our domestic production. By the way, what does this product have to do with the riots in Egypt? (see 1:02min video)
This is not exactly, the “good green jobs” that the Soetoro administration have promised. But tear gas will probably come in handy for the coming U.S. insurrections that the Soetoro Homeland Security administration has been predicting to happen in America since they’ve been in office.
If Egyptian’s claims are true, that the Soetoro administration secretly supports the corrupt Mubarak administration, then the United States is in the manufacturing business once again. Only what we are making is not solar and wind technology. If Egyptian’s charges are true, then America is manufacturing is political uncertainly and corruption for worldwide consumption.
Finally, something made in America. instead of producing hope and freedom, under the Soetoro administration America is producing police state fascism for home and abroad.