How Justin Bieber Helped the Revolution in Egypt

Written by Bureau

Tuesday, 15 February 2011

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Bieber may be first singer to bring down a world leader.

Now that there has been an overthrow of the government of Egypt by the people there, many of the protesters are claiming that singer Justin Bieber spurred them on with his encouraging music.

"It is now being heard in Iran, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and many other countries", stated Amir Raage of Cairo. "Never say never! Never say never! Never say never!" we chanted in the streets for week after week until the 30-year reign of terror was over and our people are free to create a democracy here, or at least an Al-Qaeda stronghold."

Meanwhile, the leader of Iran, Mahmoud Admadinejad, has outlawed the moving song.

"It is the song of Satan himself", stated Admadinejad. "I have ordered that anyone even humming it be decapitated and then beaten unmercifully."

Meanwhile, one of the leading sheiks of Saudi Arabia has began broadcasting the song backwards from loud speakers all over the nation in an attempt to drive "the Evil One" from their country.

"Unless the United States wants it's oil cut off making it an economical eunuch, it had better do something about their Justin Bieber", he stated Tuesday.

At last report, President Obama had been flown to Riyadh where he has apparently bowed three times while approaching the Arab leaders while reminding them that Justin Bieber is Canadian.

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

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