I still can’t believe they actually built a cement wall to block the entrance to the Serail and prevent protesters from getting any further. I’m totally against what happened two days ago and I’m glad Interior Minister Mashnouq distinguished the troublemakers from the genuine protesters but I don’t see the need for a wall.
In all cases, I passed by yesterday to check it out and graffiti artists were already there turning the walls and barriers into canvases even before the wall was finished. Here are some of the pictures I took:
Can you please shed some light on the guy who set himself on fire in solidarity with youstink protests?
Thats their kind of ostrich solution, instead of fixing the situation they burry their head in the ground . Its shocking how ignorant they are.
The wall is being removed
I think the whole thing is disgusting…………..
We all suffer from the corruption but in asking a change in the regime, the fall of the Cabinet, the resignation of the Prime Minister, I don’t know if any of those asking it, know a tiny bit of the Constitution…
We have seen what happened to the countries who asked for a change of regime!!!! Their future was not brilliant.
And as far as the resignation of the Cabinet and Prime Minister I would like to ask: who will nominate a Prime Minister??? We have no president. As far as early elections, who will supervise them, who will run those elections?????
Is it chaos and anarchy they want??? Looks very much this way.
The Wall of Shame? I disagree totally: it’s the “citizens of shame”. Those organizers cannot see further than their nose….They can’t see that a bunch of thugs have taken the ground? And if they realized it, which I hope they did, they should do something about it.
It’s very easy to call for a revolution but do they have the means, the wisdom, and the knowledge to do it????
Unfortunately, I very very much doubt it.