Egypt, Revolutionary Dispatches

Even tear gas cannot blind us.

In the absence of helicopters, gunfire, and breaking glass my mind is starting to flashback to the first days, when the internet was blocked and I could not share what I was seeing happen around me. So before I force myself to sleep, in the strangely quiet Cairo night, I leave you with one more thought… 
All the people were with this movement before the government’s propaganda machine caught up. I know this because even with eyes blinded by tear gas I could see the bottled water being dropped from apartment windows to the protesters fighting for their right to demonstrate for a free Egypt on the streets below.
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