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Speaker deserves ‘Cloak of Courage’

WELL-DONE dear Speaker for your stances which reflect the anger of Kuwaitis over the frustrating performances that are characterized by silliness and shame! Well-done Marzouq Al-Ghanim! This could be the start of a major campaign against the mercenaries and scandalmongers who strive to divide the children of this nation and destroy state institutions to make it easier for them to control the country.

Undoubtedly, the brave stances this man have taken will spark a fight against the fools of the country irrespective of whether they are the members of the gang that will do anything for the ‘chair’ or members of the royal family who are recklessly controlling them.  The stances he took as an excellent statesman have proven his efforts in fulfilling his role as a representative of the people. He has indeed proven that he deserved the ‘cloak of courage’ for his patriotic standpoints.

The nation at this time needs such a person who is determined to straighten things out in order to face the storm of obscenity, sedition and extortion that was initiated by a gang of opportunists. The latter focused its efforts completely on destroying the country internally and taking control of every aspect of the country to the extent of confronting the emirati’s entity.  At a time when the government is supposed to ward off flattery and hesitation to face the outlaws whose cases swamp the corridors of judiciary and refrain from its usual practice of relaxed politics through which it does not bother to either defend itself or its ministers from various accusations, Marzouq Al-Ghanim played his role as the National Assembly Speaker excellently by confronting the gang of corruptors.

Did the government think it could satisfy the ‘double-dealers’ by facilitating everything for them? Did the government expect them to respect the law after allowing them to employ their gang members and associates in top positions of every domain of this country particularly the sensitive ones? They even set criminals free from prisons and exonerated criminal convicts. By opening the doors of its ministries and institutions for this gang where they practiced all kinds of corruption, did the government think this will make them stop? Didn’t its policy of concealment lead to the deprival of people’s rights and assist the gang to spread its wings of control? What about the number of times this issue led to the crisis of appointing ministers because the noble people of this country were afraid of their reputation becoming tarnished?

Therefore, we request Marzouq Al-Ghanim and all Kuwaiti men to become like a strong dam for facing the flood of stupidity and impudence so that they can fight against this gang incessantly and open all of its files. The fight is still in its initial stage but we are confident that Al-Ghanim will continue to be fearless in using his position to participate with all honest people of Kuwait in putting an end to the vicious and destructive activities of this dishonest group particularly the way the latter deals with those who oppose its plots.

Many years ago, this gang used to accuse those who disagreed with it of being thieves, bribe-takers or corruptors even though the truth is that this gang defined corruption to the T. It purchased loyalty through corrupt means, misled people using false slogans and violated the rights of the people including the democratic right to freely vote. It sought to treat Kuwaitis like an electoral herd that could be led and controlled for commanding over the authority.

We need a courageous person to expose the truth about this gang without fearing its loud voice or threats. We need someone who will not allow any kind of compromises or negotiations at the expense of the nation. This is what the National Assembly Speaker Marzouq Al-Ghanim did, thereby proving that he is ‘Abu Ali’ indeed.

By Ahmed Al-Jarallah
Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times


By: Ahmed Al-Jarallah

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