Conversation at the Oval Office

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Scene 1 Oval office Egyptian revolutionist: Please listen to what I have to say before calling your guards. I do not intend to harm you: I solely intend to speak with you. Obama: I have trouble trusting or talking to someone who simply breaks into my office and has no respect for me E r: I apologize for this situation, President Obama, but the circumstances that I am currently in did not provide me with the means or opportunity to see you any other way. Just listen to what I have to say, please! O: Ok, talk, but please make it fast, I am not yet sure if I should have my men arrest you or if I should fire them for being incompetent in guarding one of the most important rooms in the world. E r: As you well know, Egypt is presently in a state of crisis as a result of the revolution that took place last year. However, in spite of the fact that our combined forces succeeded in removing former President Hosni Mubarak from the country's presidency little has changed in the country. People continue to be abused and our economy is rapidly falling as it is handled by individuals who are predisposed to corruption. O: I don't understand, I thought that this is what you wanted in the first place: a country without Hosni Mubarak as President. E r: Yes, this is true, but you have to understand that although the former President has resigned many of those currently leading the country have adopted a strategy that is not very different from his. The military junta harshly punishes
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