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Sunday, 6 February 2011

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ICU syndrome is a disorder in which patients experience sensory deprivation caused by sleep disturbance, continuous light levels, stress, and above all, lack of orientation, or rather loss of time and date.

Our body, a worn-out machine, is comprised of 70% water and some 'dirt of the earth'. This junk machine has some input-output devices such as sight, hearing, speaking, etc. In the meantime, our body needs to regularly discharge its waste.

Among the output devices, expression is also as important as other output channels. When expression output is clogged, its hurts as hard as the painful urinary retention. In fact, ICU is to a patient as state is to a citizen. The Tahrir Sq., Egypt, was a good example of an ICU syndrome.

The hired politicians and the appointed dictators of the world are either suffering from incompetency or senile psychosis: delusion, defects of memory and general disorientation. These old dogs cannot focus on anything. They soon lose their grips and their sly servants have no gut to correct them. The rulers need quick simple solutions to all problems. They have no time to wait. Besides, they need to doze off after any meal. They are, due to old age, fragile.

On the other hand, corporate CEOs need a sustainable de facto stability. Therefore, they hardly can afford any change. Additionally, their respective governments are constitutionally committed to promote the giant corporations' trade agenda abroad. Consequently, hand-in-hand, they topple governments to reach their insatiable greed.

Anyway, Tahrir Sq exposed a most ridiculous mismanagement of United Global Powers. In one country, they advised their appointed despot to employ forcibly their antiriot police to ride double-rider motorbikes-one professional bike operator, whirling, jumping etc, the other a hired ruthless foreign back rider murderer who kept striking the peaceful demonstrators comprised of women and children. But in Tahrir Sq, they prescribed a new tactic: ridiculous deployment of camels and horses!

Due to stupid economy and need to curtail deficits, closure of sea resorts deemed necessary. Consequently, in Egypt, authorities, very mindful of unemployment, tried to kill two birds with one stone. They untactfully deployed out-of-work camels and horses into Tahrir Sq.

In tourism, these animals need to be gentle, safe and friendly. They are not war camels. The tan-seeking naïve foreign females in hot pants are lifted and caressingly placed on the saddle of these camels, covered with woolly lambskins. Tourist who come to sea resorts of Egypt wish to examine if what their neighbors had said was true: "Honey, just submit yourself to the caring hands of the camel man. Let him lift you up and gently place on the saddle. As the camel keeps rocking, you simply focus your eyes on a pyramid. As the camel moves forward, and the wool touches your private part, you feel for the first time what life is for. You will see that pyramids have attainable peaks and in good time that gentle rocking and caressing will take you to the top which you never imagined in your lifetime. Do not you worry at all, because the camel man, a professional indeed, is watching you and he will resolutely catch you in the air."

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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