London - The global HQ of Egypt's exiled Muslim Brotherhood expects to be besieged by a new fascist splinter group this weekend in a weird North London satirical twist on Egyptian realpolitik.
Pan-fascist far-fright mob the South Feast Alliance plans to march around the seedy and obscure suburb of Cricklewood where the Brotherhood decamped following a coup.
Their Cairo eviction in 2013 followed the violent ousting of elected Brotherhood leader President Mohammed Morsi in a coup d'etat most likely funded by Russia's Vladimir Putin.
A decision to relocate to rooms above a seedy, cockroach-infested former pizzeria in Cricklewood came as a surprise to all concerned, not least to the leaders of the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Russia and Syria who have branded the Brotherhood an international terrorist organization.
Commenting on the forthcoming march the fascists' leader mused that it has been ages since there was a good right wing v left wing punch up on the streets of London following countless dispersal orders on that sort of stuff.
"WTF Cricklewood?" South Feast Alliance CEO monty Grubb said this morning.
"Place is full of unemployed East European drunks, Afghani incense peddlers and flea-ridden thrift shops, them Bruvvers must really like it ro relocate to such a dump."
Earlier this year there were reports of extremely well suited and booted CIA agents descending on Cricklewood in what locals said was a laughable attempt to blend in seamlessly while conducting high tech surveillance on the Egyptian exiles.
Their presence during the march this coming Saturday may well be on the subtle side however, after Cricklewood thrift shops reported suddenly selling out of 'ethnic' attire to some charming guys paying top dollar - literally - for their crap.
Saturday's march begins at noon outside McDonalds unless the cops have a clampdown.
London Mayor Boris Johnson's newly purchased German water cannon are already on standby.