The European Union always proclaims the moral duty to help countries and peoples that are less developed, but while we do give aid to developing countries, we're also making sure that we keep the people in those countries out of Europe. We wouldn't want to risk our own living standards...
The Internet may now be a vital tool in organizing popular democratic movements, but -- as we see in Egypt -- you can't stop a revolution by simply shutting off the Internet.
Don't often pitch sketches anymore, but I don't have time to finish this today, so I might as well see what people here think about this. The idea is an Egyptian landscape with a twist, the twist being a camel with the head of Mubarak and de pyramids on their sides pointing to the exit (for Mubarak).