The Founding Fathers Would Be Proud of the People of Egypt … And Disgusted With the People of America
by George Washington
America’s founding fathers stood up for their freedom, winning it from the British (with the help of the French).
The Egyptian people have stood up for their freedom, winning it from the Mubarak dictatorship (with the help of the army, which refused to fire a shot at the people, and may even have helped convince Mubarak to leave. See this and this).
The Egyptian people found their courage even when Mubarak’s thugs flew fighter jets low over their heads, beat and murdered protesters, and otherwise threatened violence.
But the American people today have been cowed into passivity by an irrational fear of terrorism, laziness and mindlessness.
But obviously, the American government is nothing like the Egyptian dictatorship, right?
•There is a stunning amount of equality in Egypt. But America is even worse.