Safety in Egypt / seek updated information
Replies: 54 - Last Post: Dec 8, 2012 6:18 AM Last Post By: Kulafey
Nov 30, 2012 5:08 AM
45Good post Fear. People need to know what they are potentially getting into when they travel to Egypt at this time of violent Islamic revolution. There are those who seek out the violence, who travel to places where political unrest is seething. That is their choice. There are still commerical flights to Iraq, for example.
What bothers me are those who deny the violence and mayhem or maintain that it does not have an effect on a tourist's experience. That, 'Egypt is just as safe as your country.'
I am posting a video from the Telegraph of last night's violence. There are those who will chastise me for doing so but people need to see the reality on the ground.
Nov 30, 2012 5:30 AM
Dec 2, 2012 6:29 PM
Dec 3, 2012 2:00 PM
48I love the way that Dr. Mark throws around the psychological labels and the ad hominems. For a self-proclaimed psychologist this is troubling.
You can find OnlyMark on at least one other chat board where he has chalked up over 4,000 posts. Maybe the good doctor should examine his own impulses and OC behaviors.
I agree, Egypt is hilarious even if it weren't for the something like 1.4 billion USD that we have sent there in the last year. Egypt is indeed a RIOT.
Dec 4, 2012 1:11 AM
49the something like 1.4 billion USD that we have sent there in the last year.
Oh, so now you're claiming to be a Merkin? That must be the third nationality you've claimed in as many years.
Is that why you don't like Egypt - they wouldn't have you?
Dec 4, 2012 4:21 AM
50Hi Doc Mark. Good to hear from you again. No, I am not following you around cyber space. I keep getting PMs from people on this board who expose you to ridicule and who tell me where you are posting. That's how I know about your other Internet activity. I guess they are afraid to post publically. Why might that be?
I believed you about being a psychologist. Why would you lie? And if you did, maybe you are lying about the situation in Egypt?
My brain surgeon claims were just a reaction you your continuous psycho-babble.
Dec 4, 2012 4:31 AM
51molsons, if you look up the word 'gullible' in the dictionary you'll find it isn't there.
I keep getting PMs from people on this board who expose you to ridicule and who tell me where you are posting.
Yeah, right, in your dreams sunshine. Totally believable. Your delusions are weeping through.
And of course if I fronted you up and said to prove it you'd avoid naming them as it wouldn't be 'forum etiquette' to do so. Hence you could make up any old rubbish and pass it off as a pm from someone. A neat get-out that is.
Unless you can prove it I'm afraid your credibility remains in the hole you've dug for yourself.
And by the way, the pm's I've received supporting my stance against your prejudice were never going to be mentioned.
Dec 7, 2012 4:00 PM
Dec 8, 2012 5:35 AM
53I am not in the least 'rapidly bigoted' (sic). If the anti-Morsi protest/overthrow is not successful Egypt will decend into sharia law. Soon after the stoning of women will begin as it has in other Sharia countries. To recognize that there is a violent revolution happening in Egypt is not bigoted unless you are so politically correct that you have lost all sense of reality.
Dec 8, 2012 6:18 AM
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