Want a share in 7igool Elshimal?

Why do you think Bo Ramya said “to me it means yes” in reply to soba7 Ela7mad’s insistent refusal to drop the loans? Some people said that Bo Ramya is making propaganda for his next election. But somehow I have a feeling that this has to do with 7igool Elshimal; the mystery! Ishloon?
I feel that both parties (the government and the selected MP’s) are playing a dirty game. And the victim is always us; the people.
It feels like there is a pre agreement between the government and those certain MP’s to create a public story ( in this case dropping the loans) and busy people with it and raise people’s hopes then lower their hopes on and off in a rollercoaster, yet keep 7igool Elshimal out of the scene for the selective few in the country.
I wonder what would Bo Ramya say if I asked him instead of dropping the loans wouldn’t it be better to give each and every Kuwaiti a share in 7igool elshimal and this way he can get a better support form a bigger audience because all Kuwaitis will benefit. If this is his objective as he claims.
What do you think? Better than dropping the loans, no?

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9 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. mishari26
    Nov 01, 2005 @ 11:23:00

    My vote goes for investing in a local private company that make something of value that we can stop importing.

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  2. Purgatory
    Nov 01, 2005 @ 11:49:00

    Ramadan is no good for you, makes you go nuts.

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  3. shosho
    Nov 01, 2005 @ 13:59:00

    A plausible suggestion.

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  4. AyyA
    Nov 01, 2005 @ 14:28:00

    Mishari
    It will be like any other company wi yilhafha elkbar. Ma sawaina shay

    Purgy
    True

    Shosho
    Good, then I have one supporter in, let’s see how many votes we can gather 😉

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  5. q8tyshareef
    Nov 01, 2005 @ 15:20:00

    I have read about the “shares in 7qool ishamal” somewhere, but can’t remember where. If it was a good idea for the people, then trust me government won’t be encouraged to do it.
    However, I agree the loans issue is to keep other issues hidden from the public eye (like the public eye can do anything anyway) and that includes the Halliburton case, where Ahmad ilFahad is deeply implicated.
    Finally, I think this loans yes-no will go on until the 2007 elections, when the government will decide to bribe us again with a few Dinars to get its way.

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  6. Temetwir
    Nov 01, 2005 @ 16:16:00

    it does seem convenient enough, something which i think 7ekomatna ‘ilresheeda’ etbaddi3 in that sense (im talking about the public diversion of interest, the water-crisis ring a bell?)

    but dont u think that its just a tad bit more dangerous for the gov’t to suggest such a thing in this case

    while i dont support the proposal, i do take it in credit .. interesting indeed

    q8tyshareef, i dont think it was abt 7egol el shemaal, ayya is just proposing enha te7e6 bo ramya amaam el amr elwaagi3 dam ena yegol he wants the best for the q8iyeen el fagaara el misakeen.. khal oho o sheleta review and vote for 7egol elshemal w 7issa mn el mashro3 for the q8i beebol

    however, yes.. a number of fa6aa7el il majlis suggested “we know, dont drop the loans.. just sell the govt shares in certain companies.. w laa, me7na bay3een 3alaihom b se3r elsog ba3ad” .. along with the proposal of 1000kd (or even 10,000kd 7ag rab ilusra i think)

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  7. A3sab
    Nov 01, 2005 @ 19:20:00

    Your proposal is the lesser of two evils but still not the ideal solution.

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  8. AyyA
    Nov 02, 2005 @ 02:11:00

    Q8tyshareef
    The government won’t encourage it but not because it is good for people, but because they want naseeb elasad.

    Temetwir
    Yes, it is more dangerous for the government to embrace this suggestion. But it stays a real test for the government and those MP’s who pour crocodile tears for the public (dimoo3 eltamasee7 ya3ni), including Abo-Ramya. Why did you think I suggested it then? 😉
    Think about it; each Kuwaiti has his own share, then you have fulfilled this generation’s needs and guaranteed the needs of the next generation or at least left it for people to take part in this responsibility. I guess we need an economist here to help us figure out what are the pros and cons of this suggestion.

    Anyone in the house?

    A3sab
    Do you have a better one?

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  9. A3sab
    Nov 02, 2005 @ 04:44:00

    i’m not gonna pretend to know the right solution so i’ll just admit that I cant help you there

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