Egypt, October 17 – Democracy brought Islamists to power in Egypt after a revolution inspired and initiated mainly by socialists and groups that refused to hold talks or discuss anything with the ousted Mubarak regime. Those Islamists are supported by theocracy ideologues, some moderate Muslims and Jihadists who later found no solace in the Muslims Brotherhood’s rule and are now preparing for a, possibly fierce, holy war fight in Sinai. But I think U.S. drones will have a different, countering, opinion. To ask this Islamic administration to promote progressive thoughts and instill equality by defending free speech is like talking to dead people; you will end up in the nuts assembly headquarters. Let tyranny thrive if it could.
You can only dominate the uninformed. Without proper, if not over the top, education no job opportunities will emerge, poverty will increase and bam; another revolution. So Morsi’s Party needs to begin the process of overhauling education in Egypt from the roots with the speed of light. Subsidies will be slashed for sure, poor to middle class families will be hurdled, but, if the education rebirthing project is executed well, and it can be, it will send Egypt to the far future where tyranny won’t be applicable. Like China in the coming decades. It’s either this or we will end up in the abyss of nothingness.
It’s not dark yet. Morsi and his Party will have a hard time applying full dominance on the country. Their dream of bringing back the Islamic empire can not be carried out by the average Muslims of nowadays; they will either invest all our resources in education or perish. Hopefully Egypt will remain standing if they turned out to be overwhelmingly senseless.