With the 2011 Arab spring being hijacked by Islamists, and further protests then inciting the military overthrow of Mohamed Morsi in 2013 this has not gone away, and has led to the same protests over the same issues but this time aimed at a direct military government. Egyptian society share the same concerns as the original Arab Spring Movement and the later protests against the Morsi government, as people will always be critical of leaders who place their own concerns and will to govern above the concerns and sovereignty of the people. The Egyptian people will continue to struggle as long as there are corrupt or unelected people in power in the country. Did the Arab Spring conclude? Or are we seeing a continuing role out of Arab uprisings that were initially complicated by civil wars or in this case disrupted by military intervention. It is clear from news coverage from the overthrow of Morsi’s government that this is simply a repeat of history.