كلمة مسلم البراك في ساحة الإرادة الليلة: رئيس الحكومة الخفية

 

و أخيرا لقيت كلمة مسلم البراك، و اللي ألقاها الليلة في تجمع ساحة الإرادة. ذكر البراك بكلمته إن رئيس الحكومة الخفية هو الشيخ مشعل الأحمد، و هذه أول مرة يذكره بالإسم

جدمت لكم الفيديو الى بداية كلام البراك بكلمه عن الشيخ مشعل من الدقيقة٥:٢٠

لمشاهدة فيديو الكلمة الكامل، يرجى الضغط هنا

15 Responses to كلمة مسلم البراك في ساحة الإرادة الليلة: رئيس الحكومة الخفية

  1. Yousef says:

    Msawe nafsa ba6al?

    • buzfairy says:

      عندك شي ضده؟ مو عاجبك كلامه؟ قول اللي عندك، و الا لا تعلق بطريقة غير مفيدة

  2. 7amood says:

    inzain momken a3rf laish y9arekh?!

    ya3ny itha 9arekh yi6l3 ohwa 9e7 wil bajy ghala6??

    insan fawdhawy. .

    • buzfairy says:

      I think everyone was shouting there, because it’s an outdoor event with thousands of noisy people. That’s why he has to be loud, in order to be heard.

  3. Abs says:

    My problem with him and his entourage is they claim to head in a certain agenda but all his actions prove differently (they wanted to change things in our distoor which would reduce our freedom instead of increasing it). At the end of the day he’s just another politician with great propaganda skills.

    • buzfairy says:

      He wasn’t the one behind the constitutional change, that was the Islamist extremists. He’s not just a politician, he’s doing a lot more than that. The fact that he’s standing publicly against corruption and bribery is a huge statement in favor of his character.

      You might think that he goes overboard in his speeches and talks, but again fact is almost all of what he says is true. When he talked about al-maymooni’s torture and murder last year, no one believed him at first, but then it turned out that all he said was true.

      He’s one of the few politicians out there with clear objectives. You can’t accuse him of having hidden agendas or using inappropriate propaganda.

      • 7amood says:

        what about when he claimed of possessing evidence against sheikh nasser but turned out to be full of it?!

        • buzfairy says:

          Go back and check the list of transfers done through our embassies abroad, or isn’t that evidence for you?

          Having a list filled with names, amounts, who received what on who’s behalf. That is a whole load of evidence to still say he hasn’t produced anything.

          And of course, I won’t even go into the expenses of diwan ra2ees elwizara, with the bo5oor and 3oud and cute cufflinks.

          • 7amood says:

            those transfers are ‘political money’, and we have no right to question them or their intended targets.

            “or isn’t that evidence for you?”…its not about what you or I conclude as evidence…if the courts did not find those transfers suspicious, who are we to judge the courts?

            btw, his only so called evidence was that sheikh nasser bought a handful of cars in geneva.

            again, who are we to question the courts decision? if he turned out to be a liar before, how can anyone continue to believe in him?!

            if they really had evidence, the case against sheikh nasser would not have taken a mere 2 weeks.

            • buzfairy says:

              75% of the transfers were done via verbal instructions, that’s not the way to do business in a respectable country.

              And I don’t think the courts have acquitted anyone, because the majlis was still investigating them.

              I respect what you’re saying, I just don’t agree with your opinion about Musallam Al-Barrak. He is trying to uncover corruption, and that is very hard to do when our own government is the one covering it up.

              • 7amood says:

                i respect your opinion as well. And yes there are corrupt members of gov’t and PM as well. .but unless someone can come up with conclusive evidence, they shouldnt accuse anyone of anything- i.e. in this case, msalim with sheikh mish3l.

                anyway, I enjoy your political posts. Not many blogs are brave enough to discuss politics. Keep them coming.

                • buzfairy says:

                  I have to say I personally was also shocked when he mentioned Sh. Mesh3al. I mean I knew that someone really powerful was still behind the political chaos, and since. Sh. Nasser has already left the scene, I was wondering who it was. I’m still not entirely sure who it is, but thanks to Musallam, now I at least got a name.

                  Have you listened to 3baid al-wasmi’s speech? He was attacking someone (in his usual street thug\gang manners) and daring him to like show his face or tell him to his face. Anyways, apparently, he was talking about Sh. Mish3al. There’s no evidence there, but there’s a few sentences showing the sh.’s involvement.

                  I try not to talk about politics to be honest, but the political atmosphere has been really busy since diwad el7erbish events, that’s why I’ve been voicing my opinion out loud and a lot more than before. There’s just too many incidents to ignore and stay quite.

                  • 7amood says:

                    3baid crossed the line. .3aib 3la na2ib omma ti6le3 mina hal alfath. .

                    and in regards to msalem al barraks comments about Sheikh mish3l. .it is a personal issue due to SH mish3l’s position as vice head of national guard. .

                    btw, this is just a rumor. .but sheikh mish3l might be the next prime minister. .

                    • buzfairy says:

                      3bais is way out of line in many things. His way isn’t the right way to convince people of his cause and make them rally behind him.

                      As for Musallam, some people are saying he only mentioned Sh. Mesh3al’s name because 3baid had threw a few shocking bombs in his speech, and he didn’t want to be outshone by 3baid. I hope it’s not true, because it’ll mean that Musallam is just after theatrics and using shock to gain people’s votes.

                      Sh. Mesh3al as PM? Thank u so much for this tip, I hadn’t heard anything abt him being a PM.

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