Poverty is the parent of revolution and crime. Aristotle
I never thought I would witness such reforms and anger against the regime burst in the streets of Cairo.
They have exceeded all expectations.
Millions and millions have lived , not lived over the last 30 years.
Tahrir Square, the symbolic location of previous historical rewards in Egypt , is once again witnessing a day in History. Regardless of what the consequences will be , Egypt has proved to the world that its people have a strong voice.
Abdelhalim revolutionary songs who accompanied once the voice of Gamal Abdel Nasser is a reminder and a proof that the people haven’t forgotten.
People are never stupid, what silences them is poverty, a plan that worked well for Mubrak, leave alone the “manufacture of fear” his people lived in.
“Al hakooma” which means “the government” is a word I so often heard screaming from poor people trying to make a living in the street; “al hokooma is here” as they run away catching what’s left from their goods and hiding from the brutality that will face them if they’re captured.
Today is a day of pride, a day that every free Man should respect.