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Louisa Hannoun stated that this revolution is a Said Saadi revolution and nothing more. She stated that we don't want to support a revolution which has been created by a traitor of our country.

This comes BEFORE what happened to Said Saadi yesterday. He was in Paris (he's been back and forth to the french capital in the last few weeks) and "lost" his Algerian passport right before the 2nd demonstrations in Algiers, which is why he wasn't able to attend. This brings to light that Saadi's intentions are nothing but plans dictated to him by the French military.

The Algerian population have not and will not support such up-rise because it will do nothing but infiltrate the French back into our country and create nothing but chaos.


Just check some of the newspapers in regards to the Saadi incident, some say that he ripped his Algerian passport, but again those are reports made by pro-government newspapers.

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let's forget that there is something called Said Saadi in Algeria, do Algerians need to revolt or not?
Said Saadi, after all, just like any other oppositionist is taking benefit of the situation to gain popularity, but this is not his revolution, this must be led by the people who have internalized such regionalism and division in this country, the system managed not only to devide us, but also to inject its own ideology in our minds! and Don't forget that for every problem there's a solution, it only need willingness


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regionalism and division in this country


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Haha Fatony, I confirmed my theory when I seen the last rallies in Algeria! so rediculous that they shouldn't even start, they either start it correctly or don't at all!

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Aside from the Said Saadi revolt ... there have been several attempts - but only the one in Jan5 was actually started by the ppl. The two attempts by the National Coordination for Change and Democracy to organize a march in Algiers on February 12 and 19, 2011, failed, mostly because of the security measures set up to prevent Algerians from protesting, but also due to the weakness of the organizations calling for the demonstrations. Some of the organizers of the march were discredited because they are angered members of parliament


Despite the fall of Tunisian president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali following a popular revolt and the forced departure of Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, and now the crisis in Libya Algerians have still not managed to revolt. Everyone in Algeria is aware of the need for change but the parameters in the various countries are not the same, so the methods will be different and specific to Algeria. In Tunisia, we saw a sudden outburst because in that country freedoms are completely repressed. A simple joke, a word, or a song against the regime meant prison and torture… This is not the case here in Algeria. The pppl have such freedoms. The problem in Algeria is all the corruption and nepotism ... Algeria is a rich country with estimated 100billion USD in the vaults --- and who knows how much in the pockets of the gov and eveyone taking bribes--- so I just wonder why is it not going to the ppl????



We have to free ourselves from this harmful siren call of the “Arab revolution” that deludes us into thinking the slate has been wiped clean and all alliances are possible. As we can in Tunisia now this is not something going to happen overnight ... and sadly, we already know some of the apostles of “democracy” who are protesting once again; authorities didn't even bother to find a younger generation of the acolytes it secretly maintains! For the moment, the organized protest is just for show. People are waiting doggedly, almost indecently, for the spark that will enflame the nation's cities. Under the present circumstances, I fear that this is for the worse rather than the better.

And not to mention -- this type of revolt opening the doors to terrorism here again!





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We have to free ourselves from this harmful siren call of the "Arab revolution" that deludes us into thinking the slate has been wiped clean and all alliances are possible. As we can in Tunisia now this is not something going to happen overnight ... and sadly, we already know some of the apostles of "democracy" who are protesting once again; authorities didn't even bother to find a younger generation of the acolytes it secretly maintains! For the moment, the organized protest is just for show. People are waiting doggedly, almost indecently, for the spark that will enflame the nation's cities. Under the present circumstances, I fear that this is for the worse rather than the better.



we cannot do it alone, we need Aljazeera's help.
you see there cannot be an uprising in algeria because everybody is corrupt and living off somebody else's back.. Look at the Egyptians, look how polite and civilised they are.. they sat in tahrir square for 18 days, with hardly any damage done by the protesters... I am sorry, Algeria is the opposite.