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On a day that organisers have called a 'make or break' moment for President Morsi, millions protest across the country calling for the ouster of the beleaguered leader
If this is what it looks like when the good people in Egypt get together to tell a leader to find the exit door politely, I'd hate to see what they look like when they get all rude and pissed off about it.
Protesters opposing Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi hold the metal signage of the national headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood after attacking it in Cairo"s Moqattam district June 30, 2013.
Originally posted by FidelityMusic
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
I don't know what country you're from, but countries like America haven't had their comfort stripped from them. It's only a matter of time before many people are personally affected and lifestyles are changed due to the damage being done to our country. Then, and only then will people stand up in the 10's of millions. People still have the luxury of new cell phones every year, new sneakers every other week, eating out 5+ meals a week, cable service, new video games every month, spending $50 a week on snacks and junk food.
I don't know much about Egypt, but I know these people aren't as privileged, and they've already removed a leader once before so they have the courage to stand up again.
Originally posted by jude11
I don't know about anyone else but this gives me faith in the people again since I have lost so much of it over the last year.