The Fury of the Egyptian Revolution

The Fury of the Egyptian Revolution

Cairo : Egypt | Jul 02, 2012 at 12:48 PM PDT
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Furious Egyptians take protest to Mubarak's front door

The fury of the Egyptian people to break out the 25 Jan Revolution had a background of oppression , humiliation, social injustice , stealing the fortunes of the country , its lands , not to reclaim them but to change them into luxurious resorts , not to build houses for youth , but to cross out the class of young men , and the poor , but to go further , to push them to live in the tombs and to make slums around the city of Cairo and other cities of Egypt ; whose survey as much as three Germanies , and therteen Englands, which has two seas, the Mediterranean and the Red sea , the best river in the world; the Nile , the biggest artificial lake in the world behind the high Dam,

This lake was hired to a Kuwaiti company to benefit the fisheries and let the people hungry, to hire an Australian mining gold company without getting nothing to leave the Suez Canal without any further investments , that could have brought 100 billion dollars, if The Egyptian government just admit their failure in management and let Dubai run it , Dubai would have accomplished what the Egyptians couldn't run .

Futhermore , the Egyptians build houses on their most fertile lands and leave the desert for the ghosts. Fury of theyouth toppled Mubarak and set him with his two sons in jail , because Mubarak betrayed his oath to safeguard the Republic regime , he wanted to bequeath his son Egypt , as if it were his properties , Egypt for him was a business for him , his family and his friends--Hussein Salem - who has a Spanish nationality , who sold our natural gas to Israel for nothing- less than the world price , Mubarak doing this , to play the role of the sychophan to satisfy Israel to accept to let his son succeed his father .

Besides . why did Mubarak not employ the young men ?, he had many possibilities to investment , just to hint, the world would come in a hurry, becuase Egypt is the center of the world , in the middle of three continents Africa , Asia and Europe , .Mubarak blocked every chance of investment , unless it comes through his hands , he was the broker , the tax collector of Egypt and all the Egyptians are his slaves .

He gave them a tough lesson , they won't forget him for decades. All the egyptians became critics in politics . economy , and sociology, the Egyptians learn fast , all the world thought they fell asleep, are dormant , lazy, and block headed .

My son before the revolution used to ask me for years when will the Egyptians break out ? I answered, not now , later , I know the nature of the Egyptians , but be assured completely once they revolt , they will work it out , they are not like the Libyans , or the Syrians , or the Yemeni , or the Iraqi people , the had a civilization of seven years old and all their conquerors fell in love with them and became Egyptians themselves , I continued talking , did you forget the Moquls?who were about to swallow up all Europe, as they invaded all Asia .

Did you forget Salah Din ? who fought the Crusaders.? Egypt my son rescued the world from the barbarian savages of the Tatars. The Egyptians evacuated the Crusaders who stayed a thousand year in the Levant . If the Egyptians get furious, they will crash down the humiliation , the injustice, the oppression. my son said " yes father what you said came true , I will take the fury of Egyptians into my consideration again"

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Egyptian man walks past a symbolic grave for former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in Tahrir square in Cairo
Egyptian man walks past a symbolic grave for former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in Tahrir square in Cairo
Fury60 is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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