Egypt today: Where is the Revolution?

Two years agMisogyny in Egypto, everything seemed possible for the beginning of an all inclusive democracy in Egypt. Today, Egyptians find themselves torn between the Powerhouse political forces of the Military and Islamists lead by the Muslim Brotherhood. Both forces, characterized by secrecy, chavinism, and mendacity have done everything possible to dominate the political will of the Egyptian people. Misogyny as a device for domination, and a by-product of political violence is beginning to define the Egyptian zeitgeist. This may not come as a surprise to some.  

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