Anti-Coup Alliance Calls 'Save Egypt' Revolutionary Protest Week
Anti-Coup Alliance Calls 'Save Egypt' Revolutionary Protest Week
Friday, November 6,2015 16:37
The murderous general Al-Sisi left his people to die by drowning in rain water and to be electrocuted by dangling electricity cables, and went begging 'legitimacy' from his masters in Britain, as Egyptians continue to reject him and his junta-appointed regime.

The tragedies faced by people in Alexandria, Beheira and other governorates of Egypt clearly reveal the failure of this coup regime that left people alone to face death by drowning, although it knew from the Meteorological Agency that powerful storms would batter the whole country and failed to prepare for it. This regime simply does not care to protect its citizens from drowning and electrocution. It only seeks to protect itself, its criminal commander Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi and his gang. It seems that this gang neglects government duties to protect the people simply in retaliation for their boycott of the recent sham elections.

The Anti-Coup Pro-Legitimacy National Alliance offers its sincere condolences and sympathy to the families of all those who died in Alexandria and Beheira – drowned in rain water and electrocuted by falling cables and government negligence.

The Alliance calls on all Egyptian patriots to participate in a revolutionary week under the slogan "Save Egypt". We invite all the Egyptian people to save their country from this military junta that dragged our homeland into this level of misery, suffering and humiliation. The longer this military-appointed regime rules over Egypt, the more people will be killed, every day, because of its incompetence, indifference and deliberate negligence.

This brutal junta has put Egypt at the bottom of the pack in all development and quality indicators. It turned the homeland into a subservient servant that humbly follows some small states and emirates. Certainly, this gang cannot and would not defend its citizens' rights and dignity while they are attacked and victimized all over the world. On the other hand, dignity is the first demand of our great Revolution – since January 25, 2011.

We urge all those who love Egypt and Egyptians all over the world to help 'Save Egypt". Those who recognize the value and stature of Egypt realize that its collapse will affect everyone, and that its success will affect everyone as well. Those who are pained by Egypt's deteriorating state of affairs under the rule of this failed junta regime are also aware of the losses they suffered as a result of Egypt's crises after the July 3 coup.

We applaud revolutionary Egyptians in the streets, the heroes still steadfast behind bars, and the good citizens who besieged the murderous Sisi during his visit in London. We also applaud workers' action in many locations in defense of their livelihood.

We remind all workers that the first demand of our Revolution has always been "a decent dignified life". Those who trampled popular will and turned against the Revolution do not know the meaning of dignity or a decent life. They do not feel the hunger of the destitute, because their fat bellies are full of the people's money and riches which they looted in broad daylight under the protection of their security, judicial and media tentacles.

We tell all Egyptians: the Revolution is yours and will triumph with your selfless participation, to achieve a decent life for every citizen through social justice, security and safety for all, by respecting the freedom and dignity of every Egyptian.

We send a new message of congratulations to the Turkish people on the success of their democratic experience crowned with the latest parliamentary elections, which modern Egypt never witnessed except after the January 25, 2011 Revolution.

We also salute the resilient resistance in occupied Palestine and in Syria, Yemen and Libya. We pray to God to grant them and us victory and success.

Victory for the Revolution

The Anti-Coup Pro-Legitimacy National Alliance

Cairo: Thursday – November 5, 2015

 

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