One of the most surprisingly things I see about the Egypt’s change of power was the reaction of some countries like Germany, USA or Turkey. All them criticized this military act that overthrown Morsi from the presidency, saying that he was elected democratically and so that act was unjustified and illegal in the light of the international law. And now I’m asking, what is happening with this people? What kind of democracy were this that had been trying to introduce a theocracy in the country, withdrawing Rights and cutting with liberties? Why support a failed experience of democracy that was being stolen by a religious extremism? Have they not the right of live in a democratic country?
But to better show my point of view, I will share here 2 videos. The first one show members of the Muslim Brotherhood throwing from a building 2 young men, 1 of them reportedly death. So what we have here is intolerance and absurd violence. I really don’t see democracy here and above all, respect for human life. And must not forget that Muslim brotherhood where the ruling political Party before the fall of Morsi. But if those that think the ancient power was a democratic power, still not understood what I mean, I advice them to see the second video with a brilliant analysis of a 12’s young boy that has much to teach to some leaders of this world. With a youth like this, Egypt can still be hopeful in the future.