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Media bias…

Media bias…

29 Feb, '123 Comments

I’ve been so busy over the last couple of months that I haven’t had time to blog. I miss it, of course, but with everything that’s going on at the moment, the despondency, the collective depression, the accusations, the deceit, the denial, and the hostile environment have discouraged me from doing so. It won’t last. […]

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The King Speaketh

The King Speaketh

29 Aug, '114 Comments

I was happy to learn of the King’s speech on Aug 28th, 2011. As has become his custom, he addressed the nation at the end of Ramadhan. In his much awaited speech, he addressed several issues, but did not offer any new political concessions, probably leaving those to the enactment of the National Dialogue demands. […]

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If you had one wish…

If you had one wish…

29 Jul, '100 Comments

I think that if I were on my death bed, I would regret the opportunities I wasted. I’m sure that you probably can relate to that too. Yes, hind-sight is very powerful to be sure, but sometimes when you are told that an opportunity will come knocking, and knocking hard and please take the time to prepare yourself to take advantage of that opportunity, there is really no one to blame for that wasted chance other than yourself.

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225 Royally Pardoned

225 Royally Pardoned

31 Jul, '0818 Comments

This generous royal gesture should be followed up immediately by various other steps to ensure that social justice prevails. His majesty might also consider the fact that without such social justice, many of those release and others might continue to demonstrate to express their chagrin at the iniquitous circumstances they find themselves in.

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Bush can dance!

Bush can dance!

12 Jan, '0838 Comments

It was thrilling seeing Bush dancing the ‘Ardha with our king this afternoon! The guy just pulled that sword out like he was born to it. At last, though, Bush found someone to impart him some culture. But my opinion doesn’t matter here, tell me what you think if you witnessed the event of the […]

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