Egyptian Inspiration

By ConcernedConservative on February 16, 2011

As the revolution is in full swing in Egypt it is awe inspiring to look back on the events that occurred in Tahir square. The courage and the stamina that the protesters exemplified over that 23 day period is incredible. As we watch the idea catch on and spread across many Muslim countries we must support these men and women fighting for democracies.

There are many people in the United States that are disgustingly disinterested in the world’s affairs. These events can possibly change the course of the world. Taking the time to read about what is going on and figure out how you can support these men and women is crucial. Not only are there many people that are disinterested but there are also people that are dismal about the events.

There is no room for negativity about fighting for a democracy. Many people are cynical about what the democracy will bring for the people of Egypt and would wish them better luck with their democracy than we have had with ours. This negative attitude towards our government is helping no one. If you are not actively attempting to make a difference in our government, do not complain. Educate yourself be the instigator of change. Maybe some day those that sit on their couch and complain will amount to have half of the character and courage that those protesters in Egypt have displayed.

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