Kuwaiti Salaf’s Three Big No Nos لاءات سلف الكويت الثلاث
July 13, 2012 3 Comments
I’m so glad I don’t follow him or his orders, you can click [here] to read the rest of his speech.
What I’m about to say now is public knowledge, and has been widely spread as of late. Apparently, there are three certain wise men the government still relies on for help and advice. Two of them being Ahmad Baqer here, and an another is Dr. Yousef Al-Ibrahim. As for the third one, I don’t quite remember who he is.
These three are the government’s closest consultants\advisers. You can see the catastrophic state and actions of our government’s unbelievable decisions, and we can safely conclude that the trio mustn’t be allowed to advice anyone of anything any more in Kuwait. Especially when it comes to politics.
I personally suggest the government replaces its group of close advisers with the much better: Ali Al-Reshaid Al-Bader and Jassim Al-Sa3doon. These men form a rare group of highly professional and patriotic state men, who can and will make unpopular but ambitious decisions to advance and improve Kuwait’s horrid present.
I hope someone asks them for help (and soon), and starts listening carefully to their recommendations.
Al-Qabas wrote a great editorial a few days back, and I particularly like the way they ended it. I completely agree with how they described Kuwait. Change needs to take place, and there’s no better way to start than by asking these strong statesmen I mentioned here for help.