The political scene in Egypt is full of what I call "political prostitution" as everybody is trading on Egypt and doing their best to use it, or else to destroy it. It’s all about being in power even on the dead bodies of the poor as well as the homeland.
The picture is really dark as the so-called political activists are playing a dirty game in order to reach power. Yet, those players have suddenly decided to unite against the protest law, which aims to save Egypt at such significant moment, not caring if the country is destroyed by their demonstration.
The Egyptian people have revolted demanding freedom, dignity and social justice. They demonstrated against futile rulers and regimes that made the Egyptians suffer under miserable social and economic conditions. Many reasons caused escalating waves of anger that pushed millions of Egyptians to demonstrate and overthrow Mubarak's regime. Soon, the Muslim Brotherhood came in power and proved even more failure and produced more lying in the name of Islam. Therefore, the Egyptians decided to put an end to this futile regime as well the dreams of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Egyptians now face several shocks that may lead to another revolution that will burn everything and everybody. After the disappointing verdict on Mubarak and the failure of the revolutionary forces to achieve something in the presidential race, which brought the same polarities: Democratic National Party against Muslim Brotherhood. The conditions are different, but the actions are the same. Revolutionists couldn’t be united, but they are scattered keeping themselves busy calling each other as betrayals!
Activists take to the streets in downtown Cairo on Wednesday against a new protest law enforced with a string of arrests and the use teargas against crowds a day earlier