Posts Tagged ‘Wael Ghonim’

Revolution Sounds Like A…Pop Song

Last night Wael Ghonim took to his Twitter to profess his appreciation for the Miley Cyrus’ The Climb as a source of inspiration. Worried about his taste and understanding of American Pop music I quickly made a few suggestions of my own: Nas, Johnny Cash, Nelly Furtado, and even Kelly Clarkson (what’s more inspirational AND […]

Wael Ghonim on 60 Minutes ‘All These Regimes Rely on Fear’

Out on the streets Where I grew up (How I got over) First thing they teach you: Not to give a fuck. (How I got over) That type of thinking can’t get you nowhere (How I got over) Someone has to care. (Ya) “The regime are the ones who basically ended themselves“ “If anyone stands […]

Wael Ghonim CNN Interview ‘No Longer The Time to Negotiate’

There’s something really odd about John King saying a month ago Wael Ghonim would have been imprisoned for his statements considering that the American regime has been a 30-year ally of Hosni Mubarak: “We are getting back our country“ “Muslim Brotherhood was not involved at all in the organization of this“