Today we see picture from Tahrir Square in Cairo, peaceful demonstrators been attacked from riotpolice and military.
More than 20 demonstrators has been killed by the police, but the demonstrations continue, and their demand that the military rule, who take over from the former president Mubarak, end and a civil government take power.
The military rule, who rule today, is the former president Mubarak thugs and the leader, Tantawi, was defence-minister in Mubarak regime.
A reporter ask one of the demonstrators if this is the second revolution:
”No- this is a continue of the first revolution
At that time, in february, we get rid of a president, but not his regime.”
And the violence we see from Cairo, from the riotpolice and MP, are the only language dictators know, and we see it from Tunisia, Libya, Syria, Iran, Yemen, Bahrain, Russia, China, Burma and lots of lots of dictators in the world.
But one thing all this dictatorship have in common, They never learne.
In Tunisia, Libya and Egypt, presidents have met protesters with violence and they have been owerthow.
In Syria, president meet the protesters with massive violence and he and his fascistregime will be owerthrow.
Soon we will se it in Yemen, and in a few years, in Iran to.
The key for this dictators, to keep in power, is fear and violence, but when the people, you could se it in Libya and now in Syria, get rid of the fear, the days are number for the regime.
In Syria, Bashar al Assad meet the demonstrators with massive violence, but the demonstrations in Hama, Homs, Daara and other cities grow and more defect from the syrian army.
So..this massive violence from Assad will be the end of him and his regime.
Not tomorow or next week, but in a few month he will be gone.
You can see simularity between Gadaffi and Assad.
They were and are on the top of a brutal regime and the people around them tell them nothing or what they want to hear.
I can imagine in Libya, no one tell Gadaffis the wrong answer, they always tell him good anwer, so he lived in a bubble, he had no contact with reality.
I belive its the same thing wid Assad in Syria, he live in a bubble to and all the people around him says YES.
Or, he is a puppet for the fascistregime, but the real power is somewhere else.
The great Prime Minister of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in a newspaper:
”Mr. Erdogan said Syria’s leaders can remain in power with tanks and cannons only up to a certain point. He said the day will come when they will also leave”