Cry The Beloved Cairo

The sounds of silence rarely are not heard in the streets of Cairo. President Mori and the Muslim Brotherhood are in power and now THEY are the objects of anger from those shouting in the streets of Cairo. Dozens of protesters from Cairo University marched demanding social justice, an independent judiciary and a constitution that represents the views of all Egyptians rather than those who are or who support the Muslim Brotherhood.

Instead of pro-democracy vs supporters of President Mubarak, we now have those who once protested against Mubarak are now in power and they do not wish to listen to those who oppose those in power. It is like a game of musical chairs only now those from the street are in the house while those  who marched with those in the house  went back to the street.

Everyone wants democracy only those in power want their version of democracy. Got the picture??