Viva la revolucion!
The Pharaoh has finally let the people go!
Long live the spirit of the Egyptian Revolution!
A new era has begun!
I guess my next question is much the same for many … who’s next? will the revolution continue to spread?
My bet is probably Yemen, although many of my classmates think it will be Jordan. eh, I think the situation in Yemen is a lot more dire, people are more poor, more angry, perhaps… but, really, who knows?
I need to look up how Africans (ahem, sub-saharan Africans) are following the news, are they gonna go on and get inspired too? It seems 2011 is going to be a very interesting year.
Right now, it feels like anything is possible, kind of like the extreme happiness I felt when America finally elected its first black President. It’s the sensation that whatever you might think or lean political or ideologically you have to be proud of the fact that people had their voice heard. And in particular, the youth saw what can happen when they aren’t dissaffected. I’m inpsired… to what, I don’t know… but vamos a ver.
Studying Arabic just got a whole lot more interesting 🙂 … I’m happy to be in a milieu that forces me to digest this information in its natural habitat. Of course, I’ve got my eye on Syria, and I won’t lie, whatever happens in the next few will certainly affect the choices I make with regards to Damascus living. I’m thinking of perhaps living as close to the American embassy as possible (if only I were joking).
But Syria was never as bad as Egypt, so we’ll see. At this point I think that “never say never” when talking about the future is about we can do.