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Mr. President, You Are a Failure

The Huffington Post The Huffington Post 21/03/2016 Menna Elnaka

2016-03-18-1458312431-5233534-EgyptianleaderGen.AbdelFattahAlSisi.jpg © Provided by The Huffington Post 2016-03-18-1458312431-5233534-EgyptianleaderGen.AbdelFattahAlSisi.jpg Mr. President,

You think you're doing your best. Or at least that's what you're fooling yourself and fooling people with. You play on the string of emotions and take advantage of those who are desperate to believe in something that doesn't exist - desperate to believe that their country is greatly developed. Mr, President, your'e a failure, a disgrace, and a defaulter. Everything you said was a lie. Everything you claimed you wanted to fight, became worse.
Mr. President,

You first claimed you supported the revolution, then claimed you were a Muslim Brotherhood faithful loyal figure when you worked as the Minister of Defence during Morsi's term, then brainwashed people that what happened on July 3rd, 2013, was not a coup, when in fact it still seems like it was all planned. You then asked the people to give you consent to "cleanse terrorists," when as a military figure, and if you were honest enough and the condition was serious enough, you would have acted without needing consent first.
Mr. President,

You said you were not like others, the previous presidents, but boom, "I'll promote myself from General to Field Marshall", then boom, "I'll resign from the military", then boom, "I'll run for presidency, because people demanded that." But, "Hey, June 30th is still a revolution, keep that in mind, okay? Oh, and vote for me because I'll bring change. I have no idea how, but I'll bring change. I'll transform Egypt. I'll develop it. I'll help the poor. But most importantly, I love you and I love you all."
Mr. President,

Almost two years into your official term in presidency, you have done nothing - sorry, I mean nothing positive. You've done plenty of negative actions. You've destructed. You've deteriorated the economy. You've deceived people and have convinced them that your imaginary projects will work. You've lied. You've handcuffed. You've oppressed. That is in addition of course to your poor international-relation-skills and to the countless worldwide sarcastic coverages on your constant ridiculous actions.
2016-03-18-1458323299-5633347-sisimouse.jpg © Provided by The Huffington Post 2016-03-18-1458323299-5633347-sisimouse.jpg Mr. President,

After thousands of people in their youth dreaming of changing their country, you've made them dream of nothing but to leave their country. You've imprisoned anyone who tried to speak. You've banned a satirical show, you've dragged a cartoonist to jail for drawing Mickey Mouse ears on your picture, you've killed, you've tortured, you've persecuted. And now, youth can't stand you or your regime and are desperate to leave the country. Because of you.
Mr. President,

Keep doing what you're doing. You're a coward. You're just a coward and the clearest evidence for this is your current dictatorship policies. Keep doing what you're doing. But I promise - and I'm sure this promise applies to all those who have dreamt before of a better Egypt - that you won't leave this office peacefully. You will pay for what you've done. Sooner or later. You'll see. You'll regret everything you've done. You will pay for it.

Mr. President,

Last but not least, congratulations. I have to congratulate you nonetheless. As Egyptians, we thought the worst of regimes had been Mubarak, Abdel-Nasser, and maybe even Morsi would have fallen into that category had he lasted longer in office. But congrats, sir, you've broken a record; you've beaten them. Congrats, sir, Egypt has never seen such deterioration and crisis until you came into office. Congrats, sir, Egypt has never been that mortified globally until you came into picture.
Congrats, sir. Congrats for being the worst Egyptian president so far.

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