CAIRO - Abdullah Al-Fasial, 23, from Alexandria, is a descendant of Ah-Menrah, an ancient Egyptian sorcerer.
The curse, which will be placed upon all of Hossni's ruling party's main people, will take effect tomorrow.
"It didn't have to go down to this," said Al-Fasial, "They could have listened, but firing rubber bullets and throwing tear gas is not going to get us down. We have requested aid. From the US, the EU, but no-one listens. So, I regret I must do this."
The curse will cause the main party to lose their memories until before they were put in place.
However, many people are speculating what will happen.
"Well," said political expert Mark Gates, "we will see a power vacuum. Now, hopefully, the UN can maybe get in a democracy, like was seen in Weimar Germany in 1918, after WWI. But if that doesn't happen... well, the UN will have a third war to contend with."
Already, the results are starting take effect.
The people in charge of the armed forces are slowly retreating, and are even attacking themselves in bouts of confusion.
"This is great," said Rahman Ali, head of the opposition forces, "I think, if we win this battle, then Al-Faisal should be President. A democratic Eqypt for all! Peace, liberty, freedom!"
The president was approached for comment, however, he was babbling on about 'only my first day on the job... only my first day on the job...'