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Nominations for 2015 spring uprising due in

phone lines are now openThe United Nations applications deadline for the next country or countries to host a popular uprising expires today, with a wide field of candidates vying for the coveted spring 2015 slot.

‘The annual spring uprising has become an international event,’ said Lars Hofmeister, head of UN peacekeeping operations. ‘The list of applicants this year was likely to be longer than ever,’ he said, ‘with around 30 to 40 nations all bidding for the right to hold a destabilising and potentially violent revolution to cause problems for or even overthrow an existing government.

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Posted: Oct 16th, 2014
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Arab Spring Water ‘is just ordinary Tap’

At least Morsi hasn't pissed in it. Oh. He has.Despite the luxurious packaging, extensive retailing and U.S. endorsement there is a growing suspicion that this ‘democracy’ may not be as refreshing as once thought.

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Posted: Jul 1st, 2014
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Muslim Brotherhood overthrown for being ‘worse than the Liberal Democrats’

bring back Mubarak, before it's too lateThe Egyptian army have removed the Muslim Brotherhood from power after they consistently attempted to deliver on their manifesto commitments, dashing hopes of a nascent Western-style democracy run by bunglers, liars and posh clueless twats nobody voted for.

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Posted: Jul 10th, 2013
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West Ham supporters to spice up Muslim rioters’ chants

The collaboration has led to new chants for the rioters, including ‘When the Mullahs come marching in’ and ‘I’m forever blowing up infidels’.

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Posted: Sep 17th, 2012
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Violent protests outside French Embassies after Middleton pictures published

The French Embassy in South Kensington was in flames last night after being overrun by English protesters unhappy with the treatment of Kate Middleton, a public figure venerated locally as a saint.

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Posted: Sep 14th, 2012
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