Complaints to Egypt's general prosecutor never stop, to the extent that there is a complaint submitted to the general prosecutor against “the general prosecutor!” What remains to be seen is attorneys filing complaints against themselves. This reminds me of the Arab poet al-Ḥuṭayʾah who satirized all the people and when he could not find anyone left to ridicule he ridiculed himself in a poem.
In Egypt there are many like al-Ḥuṭayʾah, but their goals are different. There are those who search for fame, money and glory and those who have professional, personal or class jealousies. So for example when someone files a complaint against a former regime figure, presidential elections or the constitutional committee that person becomes a star on televisions and different media outlets.
So why not become a star myself? This is how they think and as a result the series of judicial cases and complaints goes on. We could hear soon of a complaint against the president for growing an "illegal beard."
I still believe that free education "above the secondary school" is the cause of Egypt's woes. As a result of this, there are plenty of "lawyers, academics, engineers, professors, media personalities..." and Egypt has become a "state of empty diplomas." Few actually are well-qualified.
Complaints continue and so do trivial judicial cases as prices of basic products continue to soar and the state of our public institutions remains woeful with rampant bribery and corruption and ongoing demonstrations and sit-ins. Shouldn't these people let the “democratically” elected president finish his term and then hold him accountable in the next elections, bearing in mind that a new parliament and a new constitution are yet to be formed.
Why can't Egyptians just be silent a little??
Change the people!
For this reason, I am writing here to submit a complaint to the general prosecutor against the Egyptian people:
I, Egyptian citizen Ahmed Abdallah, would like to file a complaint to the general prosecutor demanding the "change of the people." It is proven that many of these people do not want stability to Egypt and that they demonstrate with or without a reason. They sometimes raise trivial disgraceful slogans instead of working and being productive.
Political powers and the intellectuals should rather focus on forming strong political parties to compete in the next elections and focus on drafting the constitution that will govern Egypt for years to come. Many Egyptians unfortunately are in love with meaningless controversy and dodgy behavior.
Mr. attorney general, I felt sad when a friend told me, quoting a foreign expert: "If you want to confuse an Egyptian tell him the facts!" Unfortunately now "corner-cutting" has become an integral part of their personalities.
These behaviors are signs of complicated and deprived personalities. This can be summarized as part of "social inferiority complex" that needs to be cured by referring to scientific studies on this matter.
My complaint to the general prosecutor also notes that the corrupted previous regime damaged the roots, and as a result the roots cannot be repaired. Instead they have to be replaced. The danger of the Egyptian people on “Egypt's history and civilization” has become real and serious. The Egyptian people, by doing so, may damage Egypt’s respected status among the nations of the world.
Mercenaries, swindlers and opportunists from all strata of society have forced Egypt's respected people and their intelligentsias to flee the country, if some still remain trying to resist.
Accordingly, the people have to be changed before it is too late and they can be replaced by a mixture of people from Asia (who are hardworking and creative, don’t cost much) and some Europeans so that Egypt can move forward.
Dear prosecutor general: Egyptians hastened to lift banners showing how great the Jan.25 revolution was according to the world leaders. You see those banners on the road to the airport, and you see the reality very differently. Just like seeing the great Giza Pyramids which are witness of the great Egyptian minds and strong wills.
At last, we have to remember that if absolute power corrupts absolutely, absolute freedom destroys absolutely.
I hope you take necessary legal procedures as soon as possible. Complaint number: 2512011.
This could be a real complaint according to the Arab Poet al-Ḥuṭayʾah!
Translated from Alrabiya.net