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Untill When?

A new movement has started called “?? ???..?”, also translates to “Until When..?”

Link: Student Forces
Facebook Group: ?? ???..?

I like that people are speaking up and trying to do something, but sadly I am a little pessemistic as to what these people can actually do. It takes a lot to make a change in this country, and if indeed these people can make a difference then that is great, if not, then they will slowly disolve into the many movements and organizations that tried to rise and make a difference.

These people, and all people, have to keep in mind that action speak louder than words. To simply talk about the issues will not help, everyone KNOWS the issues. The idea is to come together and do something that will enshalla make a difference, for the better.

9 Responses to “Untill When?”

  1. Nomad |

    well heres hoping man, if it cant help it wont hurt i guess

  2. cixousianpanic |

    yeah … agreed!

    1. actions speak louder than words – yeah – with you on this, but talking about it reminds people, cause if you don’t people will forget/ become distracted/ feel like no one cares.

    2. I think the fact that blogs are around help people see that there are other people that think like them and so they’re not alone in their frustrations – hence a sense of unity – thus courage to face corruption.

    3.I think whereas the older generation is vocal but short on action, the younger generation is more interested in seeing results.

    So cheers to a brighter corruption-less future!

    … my two cents worth ;)

  3. Vinnie |

    Agree w/ cixousianpanic on reminding people
    talking about the issues is important.
    The problem regarding change however is that our culture fights change
    the second problem is that we are too restricted by ourselves more than by anyone else
    drastic change means fighting the satus quo, goodluck w/ trying to let people give up a life of ease and incompetence for a free competitive society
    Hope is what keeps us going, so keep it up.
    I say that although I lost hope myself in the human race
    not to say all humans suck, just most of them and especially our culture.. There ya go,, my two cents worth ;)

  4. Vinnie |

    In addition to free and competitive is fair.. forgot to add that

  5. Marzouq |

    The main problem is those idiots in parliment are too preoccupied trying to make money that they are screwing everyone else over to get what they want.

    I wish we had tabloids to follow these guys and take pictures! So that when they do something they are forced to resign from parliment!

  6. Vinnie |

    Dude, no one is forced to resign in this country
    in this Arab world, you can be the most incompetent and do all the wrong things that would screw up everything.
    You still keep your seat and people complain until the next big thing comes
    man its just hopeless :(

  7. cixousianpanic |

    vinnie you nailed it.

    we fight change and no one is forced to resign, no one has anything to fear.

  8. Laialy_q8 |

    politics … not my thing

  9. Maze |

    money money money in a rich man’s world….no comment!

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