First, the Islam of Morsi is an entirely different animal than that of Khomeini, a collaborator ideology seeking compromise with the worst and most corrupt elements in the Western world rather than opposing them. Not just that the man is wearing the icon of imperialist oppression around his neck, he also emulated their model of state power in which populations are dehumanised to some kind of cattle to be lured with political promises rather than recognised as sovereign. For the Ikhwan´s former role as a self-appointed beacon of antiimperialism the Morsi episode was a humiliating moral bankruptcy. If this has been a serious political movement in the last century, in this one it is only a sick joke.
Second, the natural order of things in a revolution is the other way round with the revolutionaries disbanding the military by decree and popular focus and not vice versa as in this instance. If these are defining events for the meaning of the word revolution, then the meaning of the term revolutionary violence has been changed into its opposite, from something like a small donation spent for present purposes into something like huge wealth accumulated by a greedy person.
Third, Egypt is in a political dependency which becomes obvious in its role resp. lack thereof in current international affairs that should be interesting from an antiimperialist perspective. A society in revolution would be interested to take a lead in such developments, but currently the focus thereof is on South America. Under normal circumstances whoever is politically interested in Cairo would be linking global and local developments into a combined position, to thrive from the synergy. But nothing like this is the case. Apparently no one feels the situation was a safe platform from which to lean out.
Fourth, the vast Egyptian militarism is in economic dependency from external payments by one foreign regime or another. Egyptians who had thought a military could be useful against a colonialist turn of events, are now finding that the military is the gateway for colonialist treason and exploitation. This material dependency finds its psychological expression in the infantile image the military is maintaining of the population.
Fifth, the Cairo regime is in a state of disinformation, meaning that its entire perception of world events is shaped by spy agencies. That is especially dangerous for a country going through a process of rearranging itself because it drastically increases the risk of death spasm by getting stuck on militarism. It was the political bankruptcy of the Taliban when their actions began to depend on information they had received from spy agencies in one way or another, since everything the spy agencies allege is wrong even when it seems right. This basic fact might be seen as contradictory to the scientific model of subject and object, but just like what the shooter saw and reported in the collateral murder video was different from reality, any improper information gathering is always contaminated by its underlying expectations. That video was leaked because it made the motivation of the killings evident, and due to its military origin is subject to the same consideration, but by now there are other instances of collateral murder documented by random passers-by to illustrate the point. The incident is what it is however it is seen or named and however responsibility is distributed. For Egypt this means that it is in a worse situation than if it was able to cut all ties with foreign spy agencies, and shut down its own ones, because improperly obtained information always is even worse than no information at all. It sometimes appears better due to a perception of one-dimensional improvement being improperly compared to the worsening the improper information gathering has brought about for all involved, but precisely this effect also is the cause of its susceptibility to forgery. Trying to get one step forward by throwing everyone a dozen steps back can only take into the wrong direction most of the time.