A Brief Message from Hosni Mubarak

You can say what you want about our friends in Nigeria, but the one thing you can’t call them is slow. It’s scarcely been a few days since fellow netizens in Egypt have been clamoring for the ouster of their president/dictator/king-of-the-world Hosni Mubarak, but we’re glad to be able to reassure you all that we have it on the up-and-up that he’s already planning his exit, and is only looking for someone to help him sneak out billions of dollars in money stolen from his people before he can announce his resign. Hooray for Democracy!

Follows is a top-secret and highly-confidential message from government insider Mohammad Hammad, explaining the details of the situation and seeking out a business partner to help out a tyrant in need. Hat-tip to Muayyad for forwarding me this valuable document!

Asallam Aliekum,

I am a consultant to the Egyptian President. I am contacting you for a possible business deal based on the present political crisis in Egypt. The conglomerate of Mohamed Hosni Mubarak is ready to partner with you to help secure the resources of the president since the office of the presidency has been dissolved.

You can read more about it on this website:



As soon as we receive your positive response we will proceed with the arrangement and provide you our terms and conditions. The deal involves huge cash movement and liquidation of foreign and local investment.

Your immediate response will be appreciated.

Mr. Mohammed Hammad

6 thoughts on “A Brief Message from Hosni Mubarak

  1. egypt is an example for the heritage of colonialism: no rights for the citizens and a president who has more lineaments of a dictator than an democratic leader.

    Viva la democracy!

  2. totally agree with luisa, but not just Egypt. Americans seem to think that the other oligarchies in the middle east are more fair and less tyrannical but that is not the case.

    Here in jordan, the case is just as bad as in egypt politically. our king is more smart and doesn’t do stuff to make people angry in public, but he also tortures and dictates. he is a dictator (he can overrule any law and appoint or un-appoint any cabinet or prime minister) and only pretends to be democratic.

    viva la democracy!

  3. I always wondered if they still find anyone who is naive enough to be ripped of by those guys. Unfortunately, this seems to be still the case. Greed seems to absorbs the brain…

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