For all those slow of mind enough to think that the people/protesters are asking for a “war” against the army or anything to the like, this is not the case. They (the protesters) have said nothing to indicate this and anything you MIGHT even REMOTELY believe to have implied this was mid-read or misunderstood or mis-analyzed by you.
If there are groups of people that ARE saying they want to go to “war” with the military… know that they are couch activists (just like you, the person who thinks we should pay homage or be subservient to the military) and that the majority of protesters do not even listen to them. Those that do listen to them will be stopped from being violent by other protesters. We know how to care for our revolution now. We understand the ramifications of this. People much more intelligent, active and brave than I have been out on the streets for YEARS (in many cases, where possible of course, years means over 5, 10 and even 15 years).
These people were jailed, beaten, humiliated and yet they are on the street doing this again. They are loyal Egyptians who want the best for their country. If you doubt this, please… prove it with something more than words or just shut up.
We want a free Egypt. Since the Army is in charge now, we demand change from the Army. The army could have taken many immediate steps to show that they are, indeed, in support of the revolution. Removal of all old figures of the regime, disbandment of the State Security apparatus, the release of all political prisoners and detainees… in addition to not torturing or beating up people. [We are not stupid, we know the constitution and elections will take a bit of time. We will wait and we will ALL watch and monitor closely what is done.] The revolution does not end until its demands are met. [This might be a good time to brush up on revolutions in the 20th century. There have been many, so read up about 20 or so... in different parts of the world. You'd be surprised about how different and yet similar they are to this one.]
Is the only way you’ll believe that protesters want the best for their country is by seeing them die? Grow up. [Preferably, shut up.]. (This post was sarcasm-free but cynicism-full.]