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  Whenever I read about great thinkers and beings that have influenced and at times changed the course of history I always wonder if they always knew the impact they would have on world affairs…
  Here is Nasser, in the middle carrying the unit colours. I’d want to believe that he knew that his destiny was to change Kemet, to liberate it from an oppressive and autocratic monarchy. Too bad things did not turn out as positive. For it is at times a negative side-effect of revolutions, to replace one ruthless bastard with another.

  Whenever I read about great thinkers and beings that have influenced and at times changed the course of history I always wonder if they always knew the impact they would have on world affairs…

  Here is Nasser, in the middle carrying the unit colours. I’d want to believe that he knew that his destiny was to change Kemet, to liberate it from an oppressive and autocratic monarchy. Too bad things did not turn out as positive. For it is at times a negative side-effect of revolutions, to replace one ruthless bastard with another.

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