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Arab Spring just ordinary Tap Water


Citizens of Cairo are starting to realise that the expensive bottled ‘democracy’, they were offered, may not be as refreshing as once thought. The US branded carbonated freedom just tastes the same - once it has lost its fizz.


Said one Egyptian: ‘So I pay $3 for something I could have got from the faucet for less than one cent? Democracy may not fall from the sky, but, when you’re thirsty, you’ll let others sell it back to you at a vastly inflated price’.




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