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Things are getting out of hand!

05 Oct

Things are really gonna get out of hand, if the current sequence of events are to continue, in the ongoing “bahuge hamalaa” by the political parties involved in the upcoming presidential elections. There is so much hypocracy that nothing is impossible anymore. We may not have an October 8th.

When things fall apart, there will be really no need to find who the culprit was. It will be far too late and we would have tunneled ourselves into a head-on collision course with a fast train, as one anonymous comment to this blog earlier stated.

May Allah save this nation from those hungry for power.

 

5 responses to “Things are getting out of hand!

  1. Anonymous

    October 5, 2008 at 12:05 pm

    are we going to blame maumoon for what happens on the 8th, and say this is “iraadha kurevvi goiy” OR are we going to take some responsibility and take proactive action for our future. be responsible. stop the blame game.

     
  2. Anonymous

    October 5, 2008 at 11:34 am

    “On the Great 8th day of the month before November, a drama an unbelievable 7th victory for the Tyranny will be witnessed by the desperate people from the pearls of Indian Ocean , and the Temple full of grass will be burnt as the 3 from new will celebrate a great success” =Nostradamus1566=

     
  3. Anonymous

    October 5, 2008 at 11:30 am

    WE do have to bring down this dictator down , but we also need to calculate at which cost????Are we to hand over the country to aneh raajje gang or to JP or to HS?there are people who wanna keep the dictator for a while , until some better candidates come out!!! wow watta theory.never the less we have to get rid of maumoon some day the earlier the better.Vote to decide.Adolf Hitler

     
  4. Anonymous

    October 5, 2008 at 9:33 am

    Long before you have posted this comment on your blog, things have already gone out of hand Mr. Shihab.I`m not surprised at this sort of terrible situation that we all are experiencing on our soil.What can you expect from anyone right now where each and everyone is so smart in playing blame game and has adopted an attitude that everyone is born good and becomes bad because of other people. As Eric Berne put it,”We are born princes and the civilizing process makes us frogs”. As such we have an illusory belief that we are the angels and they are the devils.At a certain point you may regard maumoon as the champion of democracy as Dr. Shaheed boastfully said while giving an interview to BBC months ago, and also Dr. Hassan Saeed when he confessed that” I have aboard this ship knowing that the only person who can save from sinking is maumoon” and the list goes on and on. These are not fairy stories that have a place only in written pages but these are the live events that took place in front of our very eyes.Now these power hungry crooks are saying that we the angels and he is the devil.Sorry that I`m also following the popular culture of blame game that has rooted every Maldivian and I`m no exeption. Yes, I know I have no any right to object any eligible Maldivian to run for the presidency of this country but when it comes to pple who are desperately hungry for power I`m doubtful of their hidden intention. I`m afraid of the danger that is waiting to be emerged when these reform champions come to the power and failed to deliver their promises,Allah knows the best the level of hatred and anger that is awaiting to be gone out of control.

     
  5. Buruma

    October 5, 2008 at 9:05 am

    When the election ends,be ready for another brainwashing campaign.This time its not democracy,but a bit of communist propaganda.The movement is already setup and functioning.The West will do everything to keep us occupied and prevent us from choosing the islamic path

     
 
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