Ignorance Breeds Corruption

Program interruption: I was meaning to continue posting my diaries in Lebanon, but had to stop here for my country’s call. And postpone the dairies until a further notice.

We are sick and tiered of corruption in our parliament and government. This parliament that was a residue of the populous seeking their personal benefits. Their misconduct of democracy enriched some people like mushrooms growing on our reserves. And empowered some others who were practically ”no one” and now are taking control over all aspects of our lives and mishandling the reserves of our future generation.
They were nothing, we were the ones who made them, and allowed them with our ignorance to grow like cancer. It’s about time to fight the cancer before it takes over the remainder of our beloved country.
Their power handicapped women’s participation in political affairs of the country for years. And now they are fighting to keep the constituents divided to 25 areas or may be more despite the prime minister’s good intention to reduce them to five, because this is the easiest way for them to stay in power.
Some may argue that this will not stop the corruption, and I do agree. But nevertheless it would reduce the chance. It is by no mean our final goal to fight corruption, but it is one step toward the right direction.

Please show your patriotism and join in the campaign that was initiated by the blogging community and led by Shabab Sa7at Elsafat

Click here

Complaining alone will not get us anywhere; we have to make a move now, or else…..go figure.

5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. ولاّدة
    Apr 28, 2006 @ 11:32:00

    شكراً لشباب ساحة الصفاة ولكِ

    أنا بعد وياكم


  2. Shurouq
    Apr 28, 2006 @ 20:22:00

    Let’s hope it pays off.

    And thanks for passing by :*


  3. AyyA
    Apr 29, 2006 @ 18:39:00

    Princess $ Sharouga
    I expected nothing less from you, here is my cyber kisses to both of you :***


  4. Jewaira
    Apr 30, 2006 @ 17:49:00

    We are all against corruption and for improving the way things are in our country.

    I am glad that there are people like you and those bloggers at Kuwait Junior who are actively campaigning for change.

    More power to those patriotic Kuwaitis


  5. AyyA
    May 01, 2006 @ 12:16:00

    Thanks Lady J for your support; it is my duty as citizen to act.


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