Mubarak To Stand for FF in North Central

Posted on Feb 11, 2011 in News

 
 

Hosni Mubarak who has now fled the Presidential Palace in Egypt is believed to have gone into hiding in Tullamore, County Offaly.

It is understood that the shamed dictator is interested in taking up residency in Ireland to avail of tax breaks for powerful politicians as well as giving advice to Fianna Fail who hope to cling on to the reigns of power after the February 25th general election.

 

The Egyptian is said to have favoured Ireland for a number of reasons including its penchant for unsustainable financial pyramid schemes as well as weak or non-existent corruption laws which allow politicians to milk the country until it is bankrupt.

The president who took over in Cairo almost 30 years ago was ousted from power after weeks of protest by billions of Egyptians and is in favour of recapitalising Anglo Irish Bank with tax payers money until over 98% of the country's entire wealth has been consumed by the crumbling institution. He will keep the other 2% for himself while the entire population of the island moves to Australia to work in Irish pubs.

Election posters bearing Mubarak's mug began appearing this morning around Shandon Street, Gerald Griffin Street and Cathedral Road. The Egyptian celebrity is hoping to host clinics in the area in the coming weeks.

 
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