He also went on about how the protests were examples of freedom of expression in Egypt, which is sort of comical. He's making noises about "chaos", too, which is ominous.
Most of the speech, though, appears to center on economics. He talks about "not leaving economics to the economists"—which also makes him sound clever—and help Egyptians with the widespread unemployment and poverty.
...Okay, he's saying that he's going to "designate a new government", will "not be lax or tolerant...will take all the steps to safeguard security and safety of Egypt". That's FAR more ominous.