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A NEW DAWN, OR A SUNSET?

By David Vance On October 28th, 2011

Looks like things are working out real well in Tunisia.

“Tunisian troops have fired in the air to disperse hundreds of protesters in the town of Sidi Bouzid, reports say. Violent protests erupted in the central town on Thursday after the results of the country’s first democratic elections in decades were announced. The protests flared after candidate lists of a party contesting the elections were disqualified because of alleged financial irregularities. Islamist party Ennahda, which won the poll, is holding coalition talks. The BBC’s Chloe Arnold, in North Africa, says the protests have marred what was otherwise praised by international observers as a peaceful, free and fair election last Sunday.”

Yes, the road to Sharia hell is paved with “peaceful, free and fair elections”

Enjoy the dawn of the new Tunisia, under the jackboot of the Religion of Peace.

One Response to “A NEW DAWN, OR A SUNSET?”

  1. Islamist party Ennahda, which won the poll, is holding coalition talks.

    That would be a “jackboot islamist coalition” then. No doubt compulsory veils will be the very first legislation, swiftly followed by stoning to death for adultery?

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