وصلنا ساحة الإرادة

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5 Responses to وصلنا ساحة الإرادة

  1. Abdallah says:

    Proud of you :)

    Glad I follow a blogger with a national sense of responsibility and dignity.

    • buzfairy says:

      First of all thank you, but I’m not so sure I deserve much praise. I did go today, and had to walk a long way to get there, and stayed for more than two hours in a 42 degree heat. All this was hard, I admit that.

      While I was there, I listened to many activists and politicians who I don’t necessarily agree with (perhaps more like completely disagree with), but I was there for the principle of it, not to support individual names.

      I don’t agree with the government’s decision to take the amendment of electoral process to court, I believe that amending the process and the voting system must be done with the approval of the parliament!! Plus, when the same court decided to cancel the present parliament in June and re-instate the old one, the government came out and said that it was a “Technical Mistake” that will be amended in a few days. It also said that the 2009 parliament will never come back.

      But what really happened in reality is that the government hasn’t corrected its “Technical Mistake”, nor has it denounced the 2009 parliament (the one the Emir ordered shut). And on top of all this, has stubbornly gone to the constitutional court to get a better voting system for itself.

      This is why I went today, in the 40-degree heat, and against all popular opinion.

      Thank you for your kind words, they do mean a lot to me. Thank you :)

      • Abdallah says:

        It’s nothing.. I say this because its so sad seeing most of us professionals in cupcakes, food, travel, cars or fashion..etc but 0% care or knowledge about politics..

        The situation here is very complicated.. We have amazing people, with a retarded government.. Kuwaitis deserve a much better peaceful calm country that CARES about its people, not itself only.

        People are having a hard time to understand which group to follow.. The pro-government or con-government.. Initially, we were all raised as pros.. Afterall we do have the most amazing country on earth.. So it’s hard to explain to those who are still pros the situation we are in.. It does take a lot of knowledge and true patriotism to know all this fuss.. Which is why I truly appreciate those who I know really love my country..(Goal o fi3il :P)

        I was there right after the court said were going back to 2009.. its was even hotter tara :P

        I’ll always be there for myself, my country and god.

        * I have no doubt the government isn’t decent in it’s process of changing the voting system. However, don’t you think that it does need to be changed? We do have a powerful loyal current mix of Parliament members now (6raiji is my favorite), and we will vote for them again and again.. But at the same time, we all know the 5 dawa2ir ratio isn’t fair.. 10 PM members can not represent an area of 7 thousand Kuwaitis. while another 10 represents 30 thousand !.. So maybe if the government changes this ratio, there will be more fairness in the voting system.. dont you think ?

  2. Kotakoa says:

    Who cares anymore!

    A year ago I cared .. and could go into political debates, relate to current afairs, and understand your technically detailed observations, but not after the latest election debacle

    It’s all going down the drain

  3. androidi says:

    I think they are the league of shadows and they are bringing kuwait down to ashes.
    check all the fires thats been extinguished all over kuwait, thats the prove
    then kuwait will rise to glory all over again

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