صور نواب مجلس الأمة بلباس السجن أمام المحكمة

  

هذه صور النواب الطاحوس و الصواغ و الداهوم من جلسة محاكمتهم صباح اليوم، مع العلم بإنهم أُحضِروا للجلسة معصوبي الأعين و مربوطي اليد كالمجرمين و القتلة و هو ما لا يليق بمستواهم كنواب مجلس أمة و لا كمتهمين بقضايا رأي. و لقد حضر معهم أفراد القوات الخاصة الملثمين و لكن أمرت المحكمة بخروجهم من القاعة

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16 Responses to صور نواب مجلس الأمة بلباس السجن أمام المحكمة

  1. Abs says:

    It’s only fair to treat them like any other criminal since they are actually not parliament members at the time they broke the law. El kanoon yitnafath 3ala el kibeer gabil el izgheer there punishment should be an example to show our kids and future generations that democracy doesn’t give you the right to shout and point fingers and manupulate crowds emotions to get votes. It makes me proud to see our laws being implemented just when I was about to give up. I will give them credit for giving our government a wake up call which was needed

    • buzfairy says:

      I don’t even want to argue with that they’re not members of Parliament.

      Lest I remind you, they won the votes of the people and became full pledged MPs, wether you like it or not. The only reason they lost their positions was a stupid mistake the government made, and not them.

      It was the government’s fault in preparing a incorrect and illegal call for election. That was not the MPs fault, it was the government’s. The MPs won their positions fair and square through people’s votes.

      Them losing their seats was on a technicality from the government, one that it should’ve paid for dearly. The government wasted our time and the time of candidates, by preparing a wrongful decision.

      I also disagree with you on the criminality of their charges. Cases of opinion are not criminal till the courts indict them, and even them they might not be criminal in nature. however, till then the MPs should not and must not be treated like killers, muggers rapists, or thieves.

      Give the government credit all you want, they still get an F in the minds of most Kuwaiti people. And let me just add this: Oh Pleaaze, as if the law is in fact implemented like you think in that delusional vision of yours. Wake up and smell the coffee.

      All I have to do is imagine that someone else, other than those poor MPS, and forecast if they too would be blindfolded and humiliated like that, before they’re even found guilty. Let’s assume this some one was a long time drug dealer, let’s also pretend he’s the biggest of them all. That “charge” alone should have him dragged like dogs into his court hearings, right? But hey, we live in Kuwait. We deliberately and repeatedly chose to “selectively enforce” laws, and to “selectively” chose its severity.

      This case a pure example of the government using its powers to win a political game. Nothing more, nothing less.

      And btw, being accused by the government is not that holy in declaring one’s guilt. Al-Maymooni’s case last year is a great example of that.

      Anyways; either way, innocent or guilty, they are MPs and their status should be respected. They’re charged with crimes of speech, not a murder or rape. That makes a huge difference.

      Go raise your kids to be sheep herded by the faintest call of threat from an authority. Let them grow to think they are less than complete citizens in their own country, let them expect to be treated less than worthy, and teach them not to have any say in the way their country is run.

  2. Abs says:

    First of all Thank you for getting frustrated and calling me and my family Sheep. ( they brushed their style of dialogue on you very well)
    Let me begin by explaining that these people that you defend are hypocrites and not real in nature because They are politicians that play with words and exaggerate situations to win votes. They change point of views with the direction of the current. Sometimes also they can be guided like sheep by group agendas. I wish I can give you caffeine pills to wake you up because the smell of coffe isn’t working with you.
    My government which I not blindly choose to support also have agendas and many many flaws. With the right tools we can fix them but not by going to the streets and chanting LAN nasma7lak and threatining as if we’re preparing for war. Language is very important in getting the point through so is timing. They lost me mainly brcause of the Arab spring timing and because of the language other wise some of the MPS did have good points that needed fixing.

    • buzfairy says:

      I said be like sheep, be prepared to get herded as they please, without any expectations of dignity (yes, I went there) or opinion. You deliberately chose to give away your rights as an equal and whole citizen in your own country.

      As for the language method that is stopping you from agreeing with them, you don’t have to agree with the methods of every member. As much as there are loud sound people, there are many others who aren’t. There’s a lot of very rational, quite, and dignified people making efforts to get the same points across to the government.

      If you allow a few bad radicals to influence you into supporting an ailing and incapable government, then you’re not giving your country enough just.

      Protesting in the streets as you call it is allowed in our constitution. And if a few (or many) people want to do that in peace, then no one has the authority to stop them. The government was advised many times and weeks before, by very reasonable and respectable men. The advice of these peaceful men were ignored, just like those screams of the loud mouths in the streets. That’s the reason why more people of all sorts of ideologies joined the maseera this Sunday. It was no longer just the loud mouthed “Lan nasma7 lak” people.

      Kuwait is a separate country, we’re not associated with the Arab Spring. The first demands of all Arab Springs wis to change the power. No one here is asking for that or even thinking it. Besides, historically speaking, the Arab Spring isn’t the strongest regional fears we ever faced. The falling of Egypt and Iraq monarchies were more dangerous than our present Arab Spring, and yet we breezed through that and even ended up with a great constitution.

  3. Abs says:

    Alah yaktiblina jame3an al khair :) will just leave it there because we are both right and want the same thing at the end, but have different approaches all the best of luck.

  4. المشعان says:

    omg

    اخيرا صادو القبيضه و الي هربوا الديزل و الي اذبحوا الميموني و الي لعبوا بستاد جابر و محطه مشرف و الي دخلوا الاغذيه الفاسده و الي نشرو الخمور و الي دمرو الصحه و التعليم

    اهااااااا
    اسف توني اركز عالصوره

    طلعوا سجناء رأي في بلد يدعي الطيـ(ط)ـقراطيه

  5. q8q8 says:

    Fact in point.. They’re no longer mp’s. the law is the law! Everyone is equal in the eyes of the law.. If you think that these mp’s should be treated otherwise when they’re breaking the law.. Then that’s you’re problem. The govt has woken up…

    • buzfairy says:

      That wasn’t my point. Whether they’re MPs at the moment or not doesn’t cancel the fact that they must be treated with respect. Shaving suspects hair, placing them with non-Kuwaitis in jail, and blindfolding them into court are not normal legal practices at all. They were specifically humiliated because of their political views. What was done to them was meant to be a frightening and deterring lesson to anyone else who dares voice an unpopular opinion.

      Now I’m going to repeat myself again, because it looks like you want to belittle the ex-MPs on purpose and just out of spite. So here goes, this is the point I want to repeat: They won the vote of the people in a fair and honest election, whether you like it or not. The only reason they lost their seats was because of our government’s stupidity and complete lack of adequacy.

  6. q8q8 says:

    It’s seems you keep changing your point. Anyways. Weather they won votes or not, if you break the law, you will get prosecuted and dealt with in legal manner.. Which is what’s happening.
    Putting kuwaiti criminals with non Kuwaitis.. You should really write to human rights watch or amnesty int. god forbid they put a Kuwaiti in jail with a non-Kuwaiti… Suj kharabee6!

    • buzfairy says:

      If what I say is kharabee6, then the solution is very easy: don’t read what I write.

      You never add anything beneficial to the conversation. You seem to lack important and needed knowledge and info regarding the penal system in Kuwait. That said, I’m not in the business of teaching people. I really can’t communicate with you if most of what you say is wrong and incorrect. That doesn’t add anything to me.

  7. q8q8 says:

    It’s seems you are the one that is belittling our govt.. Calling it stupid.. Everything that happened was in line with our constitution and legal. If you are against the constitution and the constitutional court legal point of view on the dissolution of parliament, then that’s your problem.
    Stupid govt… Lol It seems to me that they’re now on the final chess game move.. Check-mate! It looks like clock-work to me. A clever legal 6abkha 3ala Naar hadya.
    What’s funny is the likes of you come running out to defend these mp’s, and say they haven’t been treated with respect.. And when they disrespect our Amir, and ruling family in all sorts of ways.. You are silent. Very strange indeed!

    • buzfairy says:

      Oh my bad. Issuing an official and wrongful governmental decree is actually brilliant and genius, not stupid at all.

      I would ask you to argue in a better manner, but like I said in a previous reply to you: you lack so much in knowledge and foundation, and I can’t be correcting every single thing you say.

      I do enjoy a good discussion, so please try to offer something correct and unique.

      In addition, kindly refrain from using a phrase “the likes of you” when addressing me. I’m pretty sure that I am better than you, and would up you in every aspect. Don not mistake me for someone weak. Be respectful.

  8. q8q8 says:

    Not only was what I wrote beneficial… It really pissed you off.. Truth hurts doesn’t it?

    • buzfairy says:

      Like I said, I appreciate a good discussion, but you my dear is not adding anything. You have a messed up sense of accomplishment and victory, which makes me think you are even worse than I thought.

      المجادلة بهدف المجادلة غباء و حمق

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