It seems Egypt is primed for punk rock. Anarchy reigns in a way that youth in the U.S. and the U.K. have only fantasized about…
From the New York Times:
“The youth today think this way: let me live my life today, and I don’t care if you kill me tomorrow,” said Mohammed Fathi, a 23-year-old friend of Mr. Sabr’s at the shoe store. “Next year isn’t important. All I’m thinking about is getting by today.”
Are we sure this didn’t come from a Cometbus zine, circa 1985?