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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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Egypt swears in new Pharaoh

pharaoh nuff!Abdul Fattah al-Sisi, or al-Sisi the first, as he has become popularly known, has been inaugurated as Pharaoh of Egypt for the next 4,000 years.

The former military chief comes to power at a time of uncertainty in Egyptian politics following two military coups, after which it was decided that a return to the dynastic system offered the only viable form of government for the forthcoming centuries, with elections to be held every epoch and results subject to the ‘divine right of kings’.

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Posted: Jun 8th, 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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UK Armed Forces poised to take control if Murray fails to win Wimbledon

As the nation gathers around their TV sets to cheer on Andrew Murray, we are aware of counter movements that want him to fail and a small minority who inexplicably, couldn’t care less.

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Posted: Jul 6th, 2013
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Egyptian rioters demand UK style by-elections for pointless protest vote

No MorsiDemonstrators in Tahrir Square have issued an ultimatum to the governing Muslim Brotherhood Party: ‘Give the people of Egypt a mid-term by election or maybe some boring council elections, otherwise we will unseat your government.’

One year on from General Elections, they say that the people of Egypt have taken to the streets because they are desperate to ‘let off steam by voting for some stupid unelectable berk or other’.

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Posted: Jul 3rd, 2013
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