A new future
I have heard about the protests and revolts in Egypt and I heard that people can’t bear and hate the President who is corrupt and keeps reelecting himself every time and that police is very corrupt. I also heard it was organized on facebook / twitter. I am really astonished that this happens in Egypt i never knew they had a dictator as they're ruler and i never knew they were doing so bad and economy was so bad. But i also didn’t know much about Egypt until now either.
One thing that I know for sure about Egypt is that they are sick and tired of the state of affair that they are in and want a change. Now i’ve studied my share of the Egyptian protests and i see now how bad the situation they are in and how the 80 year old president who has run the country for over 30 years doesn't want to give up and just wants his family to rule for centuries. He just doesn't want to leave and give up power and if he does he wants his son to rule after him. Personally its funny to me how a this president doesn't understand that the people don't want him there and that he needs to leave.
I did some research on this topic and i came across this article “Mohamed ElBaradei lands in Cairo:there’s no going back http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/jan/27/elbaradei-return-cairo-egypt ”. This article provided a lot of information and opinions on Egypt’s revolt and also showed that they now have someone to replace the old president they have a new one who is ready to take its place anytime the old one moves out. Some people felt that even tough he came and is ready to assume his new role that wont stop the Egyptian people from finishing what they have started and making sure the government serves the people and not people serve the government.It did make me feel that some big event is about to occur soon like a mass rights movement because of all these revolts and protests happening around the world. “I hope the regime stops violence , stops detaining people, stops torturing people. “ I agree with this man i mean a government that is under pressure from the people to change itself using violence will only give the wrong idea of no we are not gonna give you freedom! and basically that just means all out war and will only make it worse the government needs to work with the people for the hope of tomorrow and for the future of the country.
In another source that I looked at ,”Israel urges world to curb criticism of Egypt’s Mubarak http://www.haaretz.com/print-edition/news/israel-urges-world-to-curb-criticism-of-egypt-s-mubarak-1.340238 ” there was this one statement that made me shake my head in disagreement with the event “The peace between Israel and Egypt has lasted for more than three decades and our objective is to ensure that thes
e relations will continue to exist.” Well i am sure that removing a harsh cruel dictator wont cause Egypt to go to war with Israel and if peace means harsh regime that its not worth it they should either have freedom and democracy or fight for it. I'm sure Israel has nothing to fear if Egypt goes free and democratic they wont go to war just because they hate the Israeli after a revolution. They will keep the peace and I'm sure that's what everyone wants is peace. And this is true no one wants war unless they inevitably want to build bad relationships with the powers of the world and eventually bring they're own country’s demise.
All this makes me think that this revolution will lead to some greater event happening in the near future and will start a chain reaction of civil rights movements around the world and maybe bring a new age for humanity and remove the elite that corrupts this world.