Chaos, rebellion, distention, and anarchy all interwoven into a society many thought was stable only to realize Egypt's current crisis is another repeat from the Arab spring of two years ago. Both then and now the hotbed of tension had been brewing for years. A firestorm of frustration among the populace has boiled over yet again in a tempest of a harsh reality that the Middle East is sitting on a powder keg already to explode on the world's stage.
Fortunate we are here in the United States for the feeling of a frustrated public during and after the financial crisis of 2008 could have erupted into a much worse scenario. We must remember where there is lost opportunities for a better life, oppression of a free will, and stagnation of a society are the main ingredients for future rebellion. In Egypt all these factors have come together again like a tsunami rushing over an entire country. This powder keg of despair by so many impoverished are now poised to ignite the wrath of populations through-out the whole region.
Intervention by nations now will only further alienate an already depressed populace. What must happen to calm a nation so distraught is to form a coalition of nations made up of the United Nations Security Council to felicitate a resolution to end this crisis of a disenchanted country. Assurances must be made to provide that a true Democratic Republic society will rise out of the ashes of despair and anguish that has plagued Egypt over this past decade.
What has occurred in Egypt two years ago had to be an awakening to other nations whose leaders continue to hold power and sole authority over their populace. When power is wielded solely by an individual over others that power becomes corrupted. Where there is absolute power as such is the case in still many countries through-out the world that power corrupts absolutely. Where there is corruption lies a sleeping inner turmoil that is easily awakened bringing about civil unrest and social upheaval on to societies. Today, what has occurred in Egypt is another coup similar but different. The difference being that this time the military as before intervened only when they realized that factions created mass hysteria that spilled over into an open rebellion against a sitting authority. This rebellion now has divided a nation into two separate ideologies, one Islamic and the other a more democratic rule of governing.
We must be aware that any population whose economic deterioration that has only continued to worsen the more prone that population will be to rise up and assert itself against any authority that they seem as responsible for their existing conditions. To exasperate this worse case scenario now we have one segment of the population pitted against the other and that only creates more dissension and as we are seeing with more violent aggression to assert their own agenda upon the whole population. Without compromise from both sides this will only escalate the worsening conditions through-out a country now torn by what is turning into a civil war much like Syria.
A civil war in a country torn by two ideologies that has that was brought by leaders failure to cope with the economic realities that have only continued worsen. Now, Egypt has a population who's continued existence in a perpetual state of economic decay only to realize that their own newly elected leader of just last year failed to bring together a nation divided. A leader whose own demur invited opened up a Pandora's box of civil unrest when that government didn't even try to bring a divided populace together through compromise in the efforts that would ease the horrific living conditions the majority of Egyptians still are living in.
The first step in the long arduous road back to stability lies not with outside intervention but with- in each Egyptian. The point has been made that drastic change is needed. If the leaders of Egypt fail to grasp the scope and magnitude of how impoverished that nation has become the United Nations has no other choice but to intervene to stabilize. Once a calm rationale over takes the mass hysteria resolutions must be made. These will restore the stability of a rocked nation so that every one will have equal capabilities and opportunities of attaining a better quality of life and secure the future growth of a nation. Once Egypt regains the stability that is so desperately craves the security of the whole region will be restored.