The Last Days Of A Dictatorship.
The pent-up rage, economic and social frustrations are coming out in Egypt, and understandably so.
They have suffered under Mubarak’s legalise dictatorship since 1981.
Still, with the breadth and nature of the uprising in Egypt I feel that Mubarak’s days are numbered and about time too. His regime has been kept in power by fiddled elections, police brutality, State repression, and the compliance and support of the West.
He’s clinging on to power furiously, as he knows the fate of many ex-dictators is to be shot.