Egypt observed a violent upsurge of Deja-vu throughout its territory yesterday. Considered the toughest Deja-vu wave since rebranding the Egyptian Revolution’s vision into a scandal.
The scale of the Deja-vu was a whopping 8.9 on the Alzheimer scale, and its effect was noticed as silent shockwaves racking the Middle Eastern population, leaving a nauseous sense of history repeating itself, or as some have proposed that it was an actual travel back in time.
The Deja-vu was ignited by Egyptian Governments latest “Protest Law” which followed years of democratic progress that was led by said protests.
The Deja-vu storm accompanied floods of reminiscing over the past century, which hit both Egyptian and Arab areas*. The memories included: martial law and emergency law, in addition to the reemergence of the phenomena that plagued the area for years; ears growing on walls, and a sense of hiding behind the sun.
Local activists and jurists threatened the Egyptian government to take to the streets in a massive demonstration and protest, before realising that that too would be against the law.
On another note, Egyptian lawmakers explained that the law includes criminalising all forms of protests and demonstrations within its context, which includes but is not limited to; demonstrating integrity, or demonstrating leadership, it is worth mentioning that the law is in fact a form of protest against protests, which might further add to the confusion.
Link to Arabic article