In Scene 1, a mythical Moses rallied the people freeing them from the enslaved impoverishing grip of Pharaoh House. Everyone figured it was a smart move, the people worked hard in the hot sun making bricks etc for Pharaoh Construction with little to show for it.
After lengthy protesting, spilt blood on the door jambs, the upper crusty old king let the folk go.
Unfortunately the people didn’t do well in the desert wandering around in circles with not much to do but get parched & plastered and melt & shape a bit of gold they had amongst them into an inedible cow – so much for promised happy freedom and greener pastures.
Act 2 opens with the people 30 years tired and wearied from Pharaoh Mubarak’s household, getting Forbes type rich, while the folk have once again slaved away with very little happiness or freedom to show for their long labors.
After some 18 days of protesting and spilt blood the crusty old president resigned. He and his family however, won’t be wandering any desert without food, water or any of the luxury accommodations 30 years of Pharaohteering have gained them.
While the poor temporarily party in the streets of Cairo , the spoils estimated at, because governments especially dictatorships don’t practice transparency, between 40 -70 billion, parted Egypt with Hosni and other wealthy crust government and military officials. [Read more]
The poor party will end and the slaves will go back to what they have always known and done. Enraged Egyptian youths demanded change but what did they really accomplish or who and how rich will the poor make Egypt ’s next president?
Act 3 is soon to follow, but in the end at least we’ll be able to say, All will live happily ever after- but not before many more tough acts go first.