Tahrir Square

Egypt Liberated by Pure People Power.

I’m on the move but could not resist to write a quick post on this.

30 years of Mr Mubarak dictatorship comes to a sudden end by only two weeks of people power.  A strong message has been sent around the world, the real awakening by the people of Egypt has demonstrated what can be achieved by uniting under a common cause.

Call this a revolution or not, the lives and blood of those who were part of this struggle has paid off, the fall of Mr Mubarak is no doubt a call for celebration for the people, a example for other nations in other countries ruled under similar rule, but a big worry for Israel, Saudi Arabia and alike. 

I applaud the way the Egypt revolution was mainly peaceful and if there was any sign of violence it was by loyal to Mubarak Police department and state sponsored clam down on peaceful protesters.

The revolution started first in Tunisia has caught on to the neighbouring countries like a wild forest fire, no one knows where it will end, but one thing is for sure it will create a new Middle East where the people are ones who make the decisions. 

2011 has turned out to be a year for revolutions, a year for the real change.