What next for Gayoom… (contd.)

14 Nov

The first person said that he would go to any extent to find him anywhere he came out into the public and to shout and remind him of the atrocities he has committed against the people of the Maldives. He said that even if President Anni has pardoned Gayoom, those who have suffered immensely under the dictatorial regime of Maumoon for 30 years cannot do the same. For him, it was important that Maumoon taste the hurt and pain of the people who suffered under his regime.

The second person said that Maumoon should leave the country and let the people taste paradise and its wonders without him. He said that the sight of Maumoon cannot be pleasing to any Maldivian today.

The third person was of the opinion that Maumoon is a statesman who has earned the respect of the international community. He said that Maumoon should build on this and contribute to national development though a foundation for the alleviation of poverty and national development. According to him, Maumoon Foundation could source international funding and assistance to develop designated areas and people issues.

I could not help wondering how different we could be in our outlook and attitude to the future. We want the same thing, yet in so different ways!


6 responses to “What next for Gayoom… (contd.)

  1. The Shadowrunner

    November 25, 2008 at 7:03 pm

    Heh, Maumoon is the retard who let his groupies send this poor nation to a poverty-cycle of hell. I seriously think Anni should play all nice and forgiving, and then without warning, pull a Gestapo(tm) on him and his group of corrupt businessmen and criminals.Oh, and pull a Gestapo(TM) on any retard still supporting him through all the shit his cronies threw at us. That should solve some overpopulation problems and let us start over with a cleaner, genetically superior gene pool. 😀

  2. M Shahdy

    November 15, 2008 at 9:35 am

    Hi Shihab, this is perhaps one of the most discussed topics in town. I think at the end of the day, it will not be Anni or anyone else who decides what will happen but the people who will decide. No doubt, justice should be served. Those responsible should held responsible. However we should not give any place in our society for persecution and witch-hunting. We’ve seen enough of that in the 80’s to last a countries life time and that cannot be allowed to repeat.

  3. Anonymous

    November 15, 2008 at 5:13 am

    Maumoonu should get lost!

  4. Anonymous

    November 15, 2008 at 4:49 am

    Yes, indeed Maumoon is a hero, im with you balabala, we shall go and cut their fingers (who ever tries):P

  5. Balabala

    November 14, 2008 at 11:43 pm

    Maumoon is a hero. Dictator my ass.. Where in the world did a dictator hand over his government peacefully. Dont u lay a finger on him you uncivilized brat!

  6. Anonymous

    November 14, 2008 at 5:23 pm

    another view: i want to see Gayooomu subjected to rack torture and his limbs pulled apart and each shipped to different atolls. an example to the establishment. but then amin’s rectal punishment didn’t serve as a deterrent for that senile idiot Gayoom. DEATH TO MAUMOON

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