The Egyptian court has shown the world how to deal with terrorists.  You don’t need to appease them.  You don’t have to coddle them.  You don’t have to worry about offending them.  You just need to send them to hell.  What a rude awakening these radical Islamists have waiting for them in purgatory.  Yes, they do get 72 virgins.  That is the good news. The bad news is they are all liberal women.  (Which explains why they are still virgins) Among those who are about to achieve room temperature is former Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi, the dictator who was elected as a populist and soon thereafter tried to seize unlimited power.  (Where have I heard this story before?)

Also unlike that other dictator, Egypt’s opposition leaders were strong and followed the will of the people instead of having a race to see who could capitulate the farthest in the shortest amount of time.  In other words, they are fully equipped with a set of balls and an operable spine.  Instead of allowing him to gobble up the rights of a free people, they removed him from power and placed him in prison.  They tried him and they sentenced him.  In Egypt, you can also have a number of appeals of your sentence, but not until after your execution.  Saves a lot of time and money.

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The Muslim Brotherhood had spent decades on the United States terror list before Obummer became dictator.  Obama created an affirmative action program, whereby Muslim Brotherhood members were given preference in hiring for administration jobs, especially those jobs dealing with Israel.  Obama says he loves Israel, it’s just that he hates all the damn Jews that live there.

The good news for Morsi is that the court has decided to commute the 20 year sentence he was serving in an Egyptian prison the very next day after his execution.

Damn, I hope it’s on pay-per-view.

Courtesy of Red Statements.

Mohammed Morsi