Counterrevolution Update, Egypt: “Where is the revolution?”

Well whaddaya know! We’ve gone through the electoral process and two of Mubarak’s old allies are headed for a run-off.

Did Egyptians change their minds? Have they decided the revolution was a mistake? Have they rebel’s remorse?

Or was there something wrong with the election?

Representative government is a ruse to begin with, political theater, even if they votes are properly counted.  But here something is obviously amiss.

But kudos to the valiant people of Egypt, they keep fighting.

Here’s a brief account of the rioting:

http://articles.cnn.com/2012-05-28/middleeast/world_meast_egypt-election_1_prime-minister-ahmed-shafik-mubarak-regime-tahrir-square?_s=PM:MIDDLEEAST

And here a video:

http://www.democracynow.org/2012/5/29/report_from_cairo_protests_erupt_in

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