A REVOLUTION (THE EGYPTIAN) OTHER BUT NOT FOR HUNGER THIRST FOR FREEDOM AND DIGNITY

Tuesday, November 27 the secular and democratic women and young Egyptians descend again to the streets ready to pay any price in order not to consolidate the dictatorship of Mohamed Morsi. Today, in Cairo, the Stock Exchange, in a few hours, he lost more than 10% of its value indicating that many investors in the Arab world fear the worst.

Now do not forget that many of the slogans shouted in the streets during the uprising that toppled Mubarak Pharaoh proclaimed that “This is not the rebellion of the hunger for bread but hungry for the revolution of freedom and dignity. The Egyptians who have sacrificed themselves, they did not, as sometimes happened, for a loaf of bread. It is this culture that we Europeans do not have to remove to try to see things as they already are to avoid continuing to confuse the past with the future.

Oreste Grani