In light of current events…

من غير ضرب… هي مصر ايه؟؟؟

حكومة؟ فاسدة و ظالمة و منعدمة الضمير

ناس؟ أغلبية جاهلة و أنانية و متعصبة و كسالى و مهملين و معندهمش وعي صحي و عاجبهم نفسهم على كدة و بيبلطجو كمان مع الإعتراف بوجود ناس سوية، لكن السيئة بتعم

أرض؟ بور، و العدلة متباعة للحكومة و المستثمرين الأجانب اللي بيستغلو عمالة البلد مستخدمين قوانين الحكومة الفاسدة

نيل؟ هينشف و ادي دقني اهه

لأ، كلنا مخلطين من كذا جنس و دين (ethnic origin) أصل عرقي طيب؟

جنسية؟ متهانة و مفضوحة واللي بيحبو المصريين بيحبوهم حلاوة نفس أو عشان عرفو ناس من القلة المحترمة

ممم، حدود جغرافية؟؟ طب نتوكس بقى؟؟؟

و بلاش بلاش بلاش حد يقولي فراعنة علشان همة لو شافو الأملة اللي احنا فيها هيتمنو انهم كانو ولعو فيها حبا فيها و خوفا عليها من عمايلنا السودة

و اللي هيقوللي ده مخطط صهيوني و الناس بتحقد علينا، هقولو ده يعني على اساس ان عندنا عقول نتحسد علينا… احنا اعداء نفسنا اصلا

we have the brilliant ability to self destruct

بس ايه بقى مصر؟؟؟؟ و انا ازاي عشت فيها عمري كله و مش قادرة اعرف هية ايه؟؟؟

 

And by the way, I would like for whoever has a good valid answer to enlighten me, but puuhhhleeease do not preach any of the unrealistic preconceived notions we’ve been fed our entire lives…

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~ by insomniac on January 11, 2011.

10 Responses to “In light of current events…”

  1. Masr heya 3obara 3an el aaty :

    Fakra f film el nazer lamma kaan feeh two schools competeing, w ba3deen there was this song koll madarasa hat3’aneeha.. remember how it went?

    “Oom ya Masry, masr dayman.. betnadeek.. oom lenasry.. nasr masr deen waageb 3aleeek (girls band el mo7tarameen).. efred maslan masalan ya3ny enny 7’asemtak yoom.. manta ta3ebny w me3’albny w menaseeny el noooom (el 3eyal betoo3 madaraset 3ashoor)”

    Heya deh masr ya 3abla: SALATA that doesnt even taste good!

    • you proved my point ya gjoe…

      ya3ne even in patriotic songs… they do not make sense anymore… the old well-written ones no longer make sense even though they stir something is us, yemken la2en etkatabo fe wa2t kan leehom feeh ma3na wel nas 7assa bel kalam da fe3lan… etfaragy 3al kalam el khayeb elly beyetketeb fe aghany now… beye3kes 2ad eh fe3lan el entema2 da ba2a lebana fe bo2 aghlab el nas de, w lama 7ad ye2ool el bo2een betoo3y yeb2a ma3andoosh entema2!!!!!

      how aslan ya3ne eh entema2 by definition, it’s something that was never cultivated in our minds and hearts towards this country the way we were born into it and grew in it!!!!!

  2. well el mokhatat el sohuny dah kan momken yekoon valid in the 1930s, 1940s, or even in the 1800s but now we are way messed up to need ay kayan lel takhteet lel tadmeer :) we do it best ourselves

    Yet, you know where i stand.

    A country, any country is made up of 3 factors. el zaman, wel makan wel bashar.

    Egypt the place has always been there and will always be there. Egypt the people has been changing. And it is the people that makes all the difference. Maybe we are really a mix of different ethnic groups but all have one thing in common, the Egyptian gene. which is btw the reason why all Egyptians regardless how screwed they are deal with the whole world with a sense of superiority, mn 3’ier 2amara, just keda baltaga, and that’s why nancy agram’s song ana masry we aboya masry was a hit. the woman said nothing but ebn masr allah 3alieh and hit the right button.

    and masr mesh fara3na bas, howa usually people refer lel fara3na because they were the last Egyptians to rule Egypt. And they didn’t only rule Egypt they ruled the old world! But whether or not Egypt was ruled by Egyptians, and whether or not Egyptians were worth of the reputation, the place, which is no one can be credited for was the reason that Egypt stayed some how in the spotlight over history.

    Because it is a country nasya 3ala ba7rien and two continents, with or without the Suez Canal it was of strategic importance for the old and the new world. Then being in the middle of the hottest zones on earth the middle east. The place is important. It is one factor that no one can be credited for or blamed for if that matters. because if it weren’t for the place Egypt would have been different. But i think it is like a woman who was born too sexy, 2ada rabena ba2a enaha teb2a hadaf le kol el ta7roshat fi el donia.
    wel ta7roshat di started with the Persians, then the Greeks, the Romans, the Arabs and in the modern history the French, the Brits and finally our cousins. Not to mention el ta7roshat el 3’ier mobashra, like the American interest and the Gulf interest.

    so my point is, usually the majority in any country are not as important as the elite intellectual minority.
    The intellectual minority heya elly bet-set the rules for the, let’s call it, the indifferent majority.

    And that’s my dear is the current Egyptian problem. Those who are supposed to think and set the rules are so busy being selfish, depressed, glass half empty. The minority instead of being busy locating where the problem is and trying to figure out a way out of it, which btw isn’t a short term solution, are busy saying en mafeesh fayda.

    You can’t blame the ignorant majority for being ignorant, but you should blame the supposedly educated minority for not even trying to teach them.

    You don’t blame a child for being inexperienced, you teach him and then blame him when he fails.

    We are to be blamed for all the things you described Egypt as, maybe we found things this way because this is how our parents gave it to us, but passing this to our children will be our crime that we shall not deny.

    it is only mafeesh fayda lama maykonsh fi fayda feena.

    • kalam gameel, kalam ma32ool, ma2darsh 2a2ool 7aga 3anou!

      BUT!

      فيه ناس زيي و زيك و أحسن كمان… كلهم شايفين الحال المنيل و مش عاجبهم… نفسهم يغيروه و مش عارفين ازاي لأن مفيش حاجة في ايديهم

      i honestly don’t know how, and i know i speak for more than myself… and “being positive” and “loving the country” come with no valid worth, it will not change things…

      it’s like watching something falling into the drain and being unable to catch it before it’s gone, and you just watch it helplessly….

      فيه ايه يا شيماء ممكن يتعمل… الناس فيهم غلابة كتير و فيهم فجرة، و دة مش في مستوى اجتماعي واحد، في كله… بس الشئ المشترك ما بينهم كلهم إن كلهم ضحايا و كلهم مجرمين في نفس الوقت…

      i feel bad condemning some of those who are guilty of bias, ignorance, carelessness and crass when i try to put myself in their shoes and assess their motives to destruct… so i blame the government that shaped them to be so over time… and then i wonder what made that government so tyrant and indifferent of its own actions and its consequences…

      i can’t even “human-itize” them… like it takes a while…

      i see any man in uniform in this country and i find myself judging him harshly for every single thing he does because he represents in a way or more this corroded system… and i tell myself “wait a minute, he is a person, a human being, who is probably like me in ways as he is different in others” and then i ask myself “how does the human in him have it in him to hurt and abuse without even the regard or mere acknowledgment of how inhumane his actions are…

      it confuses me… and it makes me hate that decayed society of which we have all become parts… and it makes me desperate, helpless, and hopeless…

      uffff

      trust me there are more posts in my head…

    • Trust and love are rather earned not something we can hand over. And without the passion, no one would give, or wouldn’t care enough to fix things!

      We grow up to find ourselves in a country that provides nothing but everything bad, including negative energy, less safety and cherishing. And the stories we heard about old Egypt grew to be fairytales-like.

      We’re not obligated to change something specially when it’s not our jobs, there are people who are responsible for such jobs.

      It’s like a child who grow up to find himself in a messy home that feels less of a home, with parents who won’t provide or care enough to give him what parents always give. I won’t blame him for running for his life, for trying to restart his path with less damage. I would say that it is a wise thing to do. Cause parents are not supposed to give their children hell. cause staying would damage him more.

      My dreams as a young woman, includes serving other people. If I have what it takes I would work tooth and nails to get my dreams achieved to serve the humanity and that isn’t selfishness. What I feel obligated to do is to be the change I wanna see in the ‘world’. But to be honest, changing Egypt isn’t my best interest, not that I owe it to it anyway. I’ll pass this job for those who actually care and love it enough to dedicate their lives to it; and I still insist on the fact that every one has a job to do, and it’s not the intellectuals’ job to begin with, let’s not burden them with all the work!

    • deppy, i get what you’re saying… but does the current status leaves you really indifferent? it’s not the case for me; it infuriates me that this is the country i belong to… that i hate what i should love…

      it’s a lot like having an abusive parent; logic tells you to run away with your life and let that bad parent choose to heal themselves without inflicting further harm… but the process is hard; there is guilt, there is sadness and strife over having the wrong parent who does not see or appreciate your potentials yet constantly pours shit on it…

      i can’t leave this country because i don’t have a support system anywhere else, and i don’t have a job opportunity that would secure a good life for me and my kids… and i feel bad about my negative role in making this country better both because i don’t love it enough to go the distance and because i am so angry and desperate for not being able to see how to change things even if i loved it a little bit…

      love-hate is the name of our feelings towards this country… if we just hated it, it wouldn’t have been so agonizing, don’t you think?

  3. Heya dee masr ya 3abla :)

  4. Ahhhhhhhhhhhh

    The decades of oppression to this poor people turned into monsters amongst themselves only because they don’t dare to target their anger to the ones in authority ….in other words…ma2dersh 3al 7omar bytshattar 3al barda3a! and the 7omar is so happy with such chaos because they need to distract ppl off the corruption w yb2o bra7et-hom…e7na wselna le daraga mn elmhana that we can’t say no to anything w bna7’od 3la 2afana w n2ol kman…

    • ok, the part i can’t get past is:

      ازاي الحكم و الحكومة اتسعروا قوي كدة و ازاي وصلوا للنتيجة المذهلة دي في كسر عين و نفس الناس لدرجة ان جزء مش فاهم و عمال بياخد على دماغه و اللي فاهم حاسس بيأس و عجز….. فيه شعوب ادمرت و اتبنت تاني.. البلد دي نفسها اتهدت واتبنت مليون مرة و كل نظام سلطة كان بياخد وقته و ينتهي بعزه و بقرفه… اشمعنى ده؟؟ العيب فينا احنا ولا فيهم؟؟ و “همه” ازاي كدة اصلا؟ ماهي بلدهم برده في آخر المتمة و في وشهم

      حسبي الله و نعمة الوكيل

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