Category Archives: Egypt


pyramid generals mummify those asking questions

Also posted in Islam, Middle East, Mohamed Morsi, Poetry - GTC

Babe Ruth v. King Tut

I mustn’t take credit for this fistic revelation. No, I never would’ve imagined if a profound historian hadn’t commented that Babe Ruth and King Tut fought in 1929, and he, the scholar, resented reading stories by those who were not there. Few of us active today could’ve been cognizant that year, so, at the risk […]

Also posted in Al Capone, Babe Ruth, Boxing, Cloning, DNA, Gene Tunney, Jack Dempsey, King Tut

Morsi the Great

I detest people who doubt I’m ideal President of Egypt. I oppose tyranny and always did in years as activist in Muslim Brotherhood. Now I’m battling reactionary elements of former regime trying to regain power and repress liberty. I don’t allow courts to help enemies of progress. I ignore them and godless parties seeking to […]

Also posted in Middle East, Mohamed Morsi, Muslim Brotherhood, Religion, Short Pieces - GTC

Mitt Romney Frames New Policy for Middle East

You already know our soon-to-be-ex President Barack Obama apologized for American values, principally free speech and a dimwit’s right to make a bad film insulting the Prophet Muhammad, before and after our Libyan consulate was attacked in Benghazi and Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three others were murdered. And soon we saw how President Obama’s […]

Also posted in Barack Obama, Campaign 2012, Islam, Middle East, Mitt Romney, Religion, Yemen

Egyptian Generals Suppress Opponents

to protect freedom won in revolution we egyptian generals must stop foreign backed enemies demanding democracy settle down or fall into mubarak’s courtroom bed

Also posted in Hosni Mubarak, Middle East, Poetry - GTC

Saddam Hussein Comforts Departing American Troops

Despite their unconscionable betrayal I am poised to help the Americans when they inevitably return to my Iraq, which has ordered them out, a laudatory move on the surface but ghastly when analyzed. If not for my need to hide, where I cannot yet reveal, I could’ve explained, and in fact did long ago state, […]

Also posted in Bashar al-Assad, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Lebanon, Middle East, Nouri al-Maliki, Saddam Hussein, Syria

Sam Retired in Florida

Sam’s a helluva good guy I occasionally play golf with. He’s good looking and swarthy and impresses me the confident way he carries himself despite being a beginner shooting high scores on the best courses in Florida. “What kind of work did you do?” I recently asked. “My business. What kind of work you do?” […]

Also posted in Algeria, Cuba, Fidel Castro, Iraq, Middle East, Poetry - GTC, Saddam Hussein, Syria

Egyptian Generals

egyptian generals clever indeed mubarak in jail while they warm bed

Also posted in Hosni Mubarak, Middle East, Poetry - GTC

Free and Happy

I ask you to be nuanced and refrain from mistakenly lumping me with herd of Wahhabi Muslim clerics who crave keeping women masked and Saudi Arabia manacled in Middle Ages. Though aged and inbred, I, King Abdullah, have transcended some of most repressive tendencies of country, region, and religion, and have as well rather nervously […]

Also posted in Hosni Mubarak, Islam, King Abdullah, Libya, Middle East, Muammar Gaddafi, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Women's Rights, Yemen

Israel in New Middle East

(This memorandum from a leading Israeli think tank was released late last night.) Israelis who say we’re worried but not afraid are either fools or liars, and I suspect the latter. Of course we’re afraid. We’re but six million souls surrounded by three hundred million potential enemies. Now the Arabs, clear to everyone not suffering […]

Also posted in Eastern Europe, Hosni Mubarak, Israel, Lebanon, Libya, Middle East, Muammar Gaddafi, Palestine

Muammar Gaddafi on Fire

I’m not drugged. I’m taking medications to soothe my nerves and have for years. But many of our Libyan youths are drugged and now crazed followers of Jihadists and will have to be executed in accordance with Libyan law. My rule must be maintained or Libya will become an Al Qaeda base. I’m a bulwark […]

Also posted in Al Qaeda, Hosni Mubarak, Israel, Libya, Middle East, Muammar Gaddafi, Terrorism

Hosni Mubarak Vows to Protect Egypt

I will always be on the side of the poor. That is why I just dismissed my ineffective cabinet, which was not doing enough to alleviate unemployment and poverty and hopelessness. Our precious youth must have opportunities I have long tried to create by privatizing businesses and safeguarding them so they can create jobs for […]

Also posted in Anwar Sadat, Ayatollah Khomeini, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Hosni Mubarak, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Middle East, Muslim Brotherhood, Palestine, Saddam Hussein, Tunisia

Explosions and Elections in the Middle East

Several days ago Iraqi insurgents in Hilla detonated a massive car bomb scattering body parts and clothes onto a street puddled with blood.  About one hundred twenty people died and many more were wounded.  Most of the victims – typically – were unarmed, unprepared, and lightly guarded recruits for the army and police.  They were […]

Also posted in Afghanistan, George W. Bush, Hosni Mubarak, Iraq, Lebanon, Middle East, Palestine, Syria, Yasser Arafat