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August 5, 2013

Five Lessons from Egypt and the Arab Spring

Sultan Knish explains all five to you in detail:

1. Don't Believe Anything You Hear

2. It's Not Democracy, It's Permanent Chaos

3. Everyone Will Always Hate America

4. Fanatics and Democracy Don't Mix

5. The Muslim World Has No New Ideas

Posted by gerardvanderleun at August 5, 2013 11:16 AM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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A election doesn't make a democracy.

Anything you hear Bill Kristol say, go with the opposite.

Posted by: Geo at August 5, 2013 1:24 PM

How does The Sultan turn out so many good essays day after day ?

Posted by: Grace at August 5, 2013 10:35 PM

Had we nuked a few cities in the region on Sept 12, 2001 you think these cousin-lovers would be making trouble now? Pick an easy target in the middle of their neighborhood and melt it. We have THOUSANDS of nuclear weapons waiting to be dismantled/decommissioned we could use. What, are you afraid they might get mad at us? You either profile them, spy on everyone, or surrender. I vote to melt Islamand deport the complainers.

You get a speeding ticket while being Muslim, buh-bye. You look sideways at a shopping mall while being Muslim, buh-bye. At some point people that will not save themselves should not be saved. That goes for them and us. The Muslims decided to hide among civilians, melt them anyway. Instead of looking on in bewilderment at the latest version of the Vietnam War Plan 3.0 we defend half-measures and allowing them to mingle with us. That's not tolerance that is self-hatred and passive-aggressive suicide.

Melt Islam. Sure, it'll smell like roasted turds for a while, but the wind will fix that in time.

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