EGYPT - Ever since the Arab Spring began, fallen leaders or tyrants, depending on whom you ask have been dethroned one by one as if it were a cadence from God. Not until fallen Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi ordered an unofficial civil war on his people that Egyptian fallen leader Hosni Mubarak began a fraternity.
For Mubarak, he's had several months to think about how he would have to handle, for the rest of his life, every single person on the face of the earth hating him forever. It's likened to a twenty-five to life conviction.
One day, while watching the NBA finals and seeing Dirk Nowitzki dominate like a true monster, the idea dawned upon Mubarak to begin a fraternity that would be inclusive and exclusive of fallen leaders. Unfortunately, they have been running low on funds because the assets of Tunisia's leader, Ben Ali, and Egypt's Hosni Mubarak are still frozen, so they beg for it on the streets.
But considering the odds, the Arab Fall Fraternity was on its way planning a day of rage in which they would go to the public square in Tahrir Square dressed in black garments with a bag of shoes ready to throw at people. However, with the death of Muammar Gadhafi, they will be one man short to cover the corners.
"Hopefully," Mubarak says, "Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir will be joining the fraternity in 2014 and 2015 respectively so we can form a hexagon. That is, if they don't change their minds to step down."
In related news, Israel knew this. They knew it from day one. And the Americans might have even been behind it too.