Egyptians Eat From Garbage Containers – Vienna – Kawther Salam
An Egyptian sources from Cairo stated that the Egyptian politicians without exception, whether current governmental rulers or oppositions, have become pariahs of the Egyptian society. They are responsible for the horrible outcome of the “revolution”. They are stakeholders and beneficiaries of the revolution and the disasters which afflict the Egyptians.
According to the sources, Egyptian Presidents Morsi does not serve the interests of the Egyptian people but rather those of the Islamic Brotherhood. The oppositions ONLY thinks about how to find an opportunity to end the rule of his government which is seen as a “fifth column” paid by unknown people and working hard to implement foreign agendas made outside of the country for unknown interests and goals.
The sources describe the Egyptian youth working with this “fifth column” as those who run to the street shouting, burning and destroying the infrastructure and the public institutions, breaking everything, making chaos and serving these foraneous interests in other ways even without knowing it.
The sources said that Egypt could face a real disaster of hunger and that a revolution will eventually start, not nowadays but soon enough due to the horrors affecting the people. They stressed that the Egyptian people had waited too long for an improvement of the daily life but they are facing conditions which are much worse than those which they had experienced in the past thirty years, explaining that the Egyptians middle class has been affected directly by the new situation since President Morsi received his post last year.
The Egyptian middle class has effectively been destroyed in every way possible. The sources added that since the revolution a big part of poor Egyptians have as their only source of food the garbage and waste containers in the streets.
The sources related to me a kind of incident which has not been seen before in Egypt. They said: “A few days ago, while I was sitting with a friend at their home, we heard somebody strongly knocking at the door.
When we opened, the person surprised us with his question: Do you have any kind of food in your house? For the first moment we thought that he was hungry and we invited him to enter in order to prepare a meal, but he refused and again he asked us: Do you have any kind of fast food at home?
We brought him some bread and cheese but the person did not eat what we gave him. Instead, he went down to the street near the garbage containers to offer the bread and cheese to another man who was eating from the waste because of hunger.
We had never seen an Egyptian eating from the garbage before”. The person who knocked on the door had been so moved by what he saw that he went to the nearest door to ask for food.