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Tuesday, April 04, 2006
What Does This Have To Do With You?

The following issue has been bothering me for the past few days! The issue concerns schools and their events which include, bazaars, proms, and graduation celebrations! The person I am soo against and usually always am against is.....HIM!!

!!! EVIL IN DISGUISE !!!





From what I have been reading, he is pissed off that private schools are holding events to make the life of their students a little more rememberable! Let the kids be and the schools as well! The schools are private, what does that have to do with you? Apparently he talks about how a specific school had an event and the principle was beaten up along with the security guards by 5 students! Then he talks about how another school held a dance and there were "lewd" things happening at that event! How does he know all this? Makes me think that he actually goes to those events and enjoys them, and then in the morning he goes to parliament and states that these things should not happen! This is from the person who goes to Turkey and Cancun to enjoy himself and say that he's on a "business trip"! :oP If the school wants to hold such events let them! Don't confine them to the premises of the school property! The students are paying for their education so if the school wants to have such events on or off campus it's up to them! Why does the government have to butt in? Deal with the serious issues and don't procrastinate with such things!


My msg to him would be to stop trying to boss us around and keep your trap shut! Not just that but please be true to yourself! Seems like everyday you have a new stance or a new position regarding an issue that's being discussed! Please let us live like civilized people and don't pull us back to the stone ages! This is the age of industrial growth, evolution and technology, not the age of carriages being pulled by horses, barter, and living in the dark. You can deal with the government schools all you want but stay away from the private schools! People pay good money to send their kids to these schools and the schools are giving the kids what the parents have paid for! These private institutions are broadening the horizons of our children and we don't need people like you to stop that growth! Anyways, it's not the schools that corrupt our kids it's the parents themselves! If the parents have brought their kids up well then the kids would act accordingly! (No offense to parents out there regarding the last point in this paragraph!)

I just wonder what the online community think of him and his antics?

Posted by The Stallion @ 8:16 AM  
57 Comments:
  • At April 04, 2006 9:08 AM, Blogger samboose said…

    I agree with you completely? What's up with focusing on silly meaningless subjects and letting the BIG ones slide. I mean why doesn't he look at the healthcare system for one. I have a friend that was prescribed the worng medication....needless to say all he got was an "oops of an apology" Now THAT is a real issue to tackle not if highschool kids go to prom, graduation, homecoming or WHATEVER!!!

    All I have to say is "khalif to3raf" that's the thing he's going for.

     
  • At April 04, 2006 9:08 AM, Blogger Tooomz said…

    I guess the ultimate goal is to take away anything that puts a smile on people's faces. Wonder where we will be 10 years down the road...

     
  • At April 04, 2006 9:20 AM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Samboose: I'm sorry about your friend but I don't understand how guys like him get elected and why is it that when he gets elected based on lies and false preminissions then it's soo hard to get him out?!?!

    Tooomz: Seems like that is truly their aim! talking about "10 years" did you know that 10 years before the invasion of 1990-1 Kuwait had plans for a Bigger Better Kuwait that the Government decided against and the UAE implemented those plans with their own twist and look where they are now! So far we are making an attempt to catch up by implementing what's left of that old plan but it's guys like HIM who are making us fail miserably in this regard!

     
  • At April 04, 2006 9:26 AM, Blogger fadibou said…

    i think he is pissed of he went for a boring school and can't go back in time. My advice someone should put him back to a normal school for at least a month to let him catch some fun again.

     
  • At April 04, 2006 9:29 AM, Blogger samboose said…

    Those who can't have criticize!

     
  • At April 04, 2006 9:29 AM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Fadibou: He has soo much pent up aggrevation and is soo jeleous of other people's lifestyle! Oh, this guy has seen his share of fun! Trust me! He hides behind his beard and the religion!

     
  • At April 04, 2006 9:31 AM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Samboose: True! The thing is, he can have it and all he has to do is act upon it, but his favorite words are "NO" and "7aram"!

     
  • At April 04, 2006 9:32 AM, Blogger Papillona ® said…

    *Papillona throws tomatoes at him*

     
  • At April 04, 2006 9:34 AM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Papillona: We need to go to the chabra and take all their rotten fruits and veggies and throw them! 7aram wasting good food! Use the old, rotten stuff! :oP

     
  • At April 04, 2006 9:34 AM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Papillona: Rotten fruits and veggied for a rotten person!

     
  • At April 04, 2006 9:38 AM, Blogger Papillona ® said…

    Rotten tomatoes are soft. These babies *pointing at the tomatoes she has* are fresh and hard so that damage is guaranteed ;)

     
  • At April 04, 2006 9:39 AM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Papillona: Oh la la! What about these apples? You like them apples?! :oP

     
  • At April 04, 2006 9:45 AM, Blogger Papillona ® said…

    lol... ok I have a better idea
    how about this?

     
  • At April 04, 2006 9:52 AM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Papillona: Lol! Nice one! Either that or just hir beard! :oP

     
  • At April 04, 2006 2:13 PM, Blogger Ms.Baker said…

    Dear Stallion,

    Yes, well, he is just a creep with an agenda, who wants to be famous and powerful for his agenda. And he doesn't really have a good one, so he uses the vague and hysterical platform of "morality" to absolve himself of his own sins or sinful thoughts/actions/past/whatever.

    That's all.

    Such a predictable pitiful and dull bore.

    But hey, what are you gonna do?


    MsB, who can only think about gianduia chocolate right now...

     
  • At April 04, 2006 2:24 PM, Blogger mosan mosan said…

    well written stallion you beat me to to it.. there will be a protest soon.
    I hate this idot the problem ppl in power are not standing up for him

     
  • At April 04, 2006 2:59 PM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Ms. Baker: Well put and you are soo right! I just wished there was some form of impeachment that can be brought up by the public!

    Mosan Mosan: Thanks for the compliments?! When's the protest? The problem with people standing up and talking is that most parliment members are all crooks in one way or another and if they do stand up their "crook-like" rep will be brought out and used againt them! Even the clean representatives can't do anything cause the "dirty" ones tend to run them out of parliment so that the "dirty" ones can steal without having to worry!! Get my drift? Am I making sense?

     
  • At April 04, 2006 3:40 PM, Blogger mosan mosan said…

    Sorry to advertise the info is on my blog , but trust me I wrote abt it b4 I read yours bro

     
  • At April 04, 2006 4:12 PM, Blogger Jacqui said…

    I just read it and got ticked off, I swear what the hell does banning Graduation ceremonies have to deal with the events that take place in schools...

    I graduated from an American School and lately we've had strict rules that in whatever event that happens, if music is playing we won't be allowed to dance since if we do, whole school will get in trouble and we would lose a chance to enjoy ourselves next time, so BBQ's have music, food, and conversation but no dancing.

    So it's all up to the school themselves, all up to the students for acting well, and doesn't have to deal with Mr. Shitface.

     
  • At April 04, 2006 4:23 PM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Mosan Mosan: No big deal bro! It's all good!

    Jacqui: Good point! I think the guy is moved by his insecurity!

     
  • At April 04, 2006 5:57 PM, Blogger Dyxio said…

    Nibaq, I completely agree with you. This guy pisses me off so much. Im a junior at the American school of Kuwait and im probably not going to enjoy my graduation ceremony because of this man. Graduation is a senior's right, it's the only moment we will truly remember for the rest of our lived. Guys, please, I urge you all to come to the protest that will be held on Tuesday April 11, I will try to find out when it starts exactly and put a post up on my blog. Contact me at yaaaaw@gmail.com for more info, and ask to buy the special tshirts designed for the protest. If you dont buy the shirt, please come wearing black and white.

     
  • At April 04, 2006 5:58 PM, Blogger Dyxio said…

    *and by 'lived' i mean lives.

     
  • At April 04, 2006 6:19 PM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Dyxio: First of all, I'm flattered you called me Nibaq even though my name is The Stallion! :o)
    Secondly, I will try to be at that protest if I can leave work! I didn't have a graduation when I graduated in 1996 but when I had a small ceremony in 1997 and my university graduation in 2004 I can definitly say that graduation is a must and I don't care what bearded fools like him say!

     
  • At April 04, 2006 7:04 PM, Blogger Dyxio said…

    Lol, Im sorry, I actually know that you're The Stallion and not Nibaq. Im a bit absentminded when im fired up.

     
  • At April 04, 2006 10:17 PM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Dyxio: Don't worry about it! It's all good! Just keep us posted on the protest!

     
  • At April 04, 2006 10:58 PM, Blogger Dyxio said…

    Updated my blog, exact time and date and all that. Check it out.

     
  • At April 04, 2006 10:59 PM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Dyxio: Thanks! I saw that and commented about trying to take the day off!

     
  • At April 04, 2006 11:52 PM, Blogger Swair. said…

    *applaudes Stallion*

    THANK YOU!

    reading my mind, haven't u? :p

     
  • At April 05, 2006 12:12 AM, Blogger Jacqui said…

    I mean can Kuwait get any twisted? Where the university itself gives a ceremony a year after a person graduates...

    I graduated last semester and so my ceremony is in 2007 May!

    Imagine that, and because of this shit I won't get to do that as well.

     
  • At April 05, 2006 12:25 AM, Blogger Temetwir said…

    salam,
    a. i know what ur saying and i do sympathize, althu i dont think the way of ur presentation was the most efficient, nor is it the most objective.
    simply because it doesnt deal with the matter at hand, as much as it deals with ur opposition to the man himself

    now.. personally: im not a fan of Dr Waleed, his opinions, his background, nor his stances .. but that still would not excuse me for 'attacking' him, calling him names or presupposing rumors raised thru comments on past events.
    i have my differences, yes, but i choose to Un-Personalize them (most of the time, sometimes i do)

    b. more on the subject itself:
    i have once discussed the 'limits' the NA & govt has on the private educ. institutions in the past on my space.. namely, i raised the question of whether private univs would have to abide to segregation laws (as a main concern, which was discussed at the time) .. and did not reach a valid conclusion
    however, i think that this means that they do have the power

    c. i struggle to find relevance for ur analogy .. the part abt growth and tech as opposed to carriages n all

    d. myself being a graduate of these institutions, i have mad respect to both the IGCSE and SAT systems, but still no one can deny that shit happens..
    i.e. its one thing to disagree, and its another thing to act like we dont know

    e. i do not think the NA nor govt should have the power to touch the decisions of priv. educ. systems, but if thats the way it is, thats the way it is .. wait until 2007, no change? wait until 2011 .. no change? .. u get the idea thats ur 'democracy' and thats what u have to deal with

    f. your (not u personally stallion) acting as if you dont know meno agwa takatolain bil majlis is worrying IMHO

     
  • At April 05, 2006 12:42 AM, Blogger Erzulie said…

    His existence is futile.
    I know that proms are not affiliated with the private school that the students attend. Proms are managed by the students themselves.
    I think it's up to parents who allow or forbid their children to attent their proms. It is not up to the government to babysit and "e'adboon" the students.
    I do not see how proms have anything to do with technological advancement. Maybe they're considered as a publicly Westernized event but there's no link between them and modern evolution.
    And banning graduation ceremonies? Are you sure? That's illogical. Not all of us are lucky to find a cheap ticket from K-town to Cancun.
    Damned hypocrit.

     
  • At April 05, 2006 6:33 AM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Swair: You're welcome! As for reading your mind, well Jazz Central always said I had a 6th sense for that kinda thing! :oP
    _______________________________

    Jacqui: 7aram! Yalla 3ayal join the protest next week!

    Temetwir: THanks for your comment and I will try to take it point by point!

    A. The post was to show that I disliked that guy! The feelings have been bottled up for a while and this last attack towards schools just made me blow up!

    B. In my point of view, if the government wants to segregate schools they can do it to their own schools! They should not force private institutions to be segregated! The government should not force anything on private institutions as long as these institutions are doing what they are suposed to which is providing educational services!

    C. My analogy about technology and horse carriage, was an attempt to say that we are supposed to move ahead and not let guys like him pulls us back! Technology being the future and horse and carriage as a thing of the past!

    D. I actually have 2 High School Diplomas and I have taken the IGCSEs as well as SATs but I have to say that when I graduated in 1996 from Kuwait our graduating class and the classes before us did not act in such a matter and my point is that the school doesn't make you act in that manner! It's the bad up-bringing that makes the kids act that way! I remember the times where the teachers can actually contorl their class without having a brat talk back, or lie to the parents to get the teacher into trouble as a means of revenge!

    E. Democracy works here but the flaw is that there are many uneducated people regarding politics and democracy! Why? They don't teach such things at government schools which is where most voters graduate from! I still have to say that the government should not force anything on the private school, and that it's bad enough that we have to go in an "certify" out diplomas! Such BS! Why would I certify my diploma if I went to school in Kuwait!

    F. You pointed out the point that Kuwait doesn't have a good democratic system and because of that I do not care for Kuwaiti politics, and I have no clue as to what goes in the Majlis except for the filming of Indian Movies with all their fights, and childish antics! Hence, I don't know anything about majlis alkhama like some people call it!
    _______________________________

    Erzulie: I agree with what you said and I want to add that you are right about the prom events but I also want to ensure that if the school wants to have a prom night or a dance of any kind then they can without guys like Dr. Waleed butting in! If he wants to see a party then she should go to the Ice Skating rink and see how the mu7ajabat dance to the music there and how they grind! The rink is a place to hook up and no one is talking about it! :oP

     
  • At April 05, 2006 9:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Stallion Guy a.k.a talisman...idiot

     
  • At April 05, 2006 9:47 AM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Anonymous: First of all welcome to my blog, and secondly I would like it if you don't associate me with Talisman because I don't like that person too much! If you think that I am him you are totally wrong and ask anyone here!

     
  • At April 05, 2006 10:12 AM, Blogger Erzulie said…

    Well, I don't think directing him to the so-called religiously attired females in Kuwait is the right move. I think he should stick with politics and not parent educational institutions that are there to teach and not preach values and mores. That is left up to the parents.

     
  • At April 05, 2006 10:22 AM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Erzulie: Great point!

    As for the attire, I just wanted to see if people would read between the lines and figure out that it's guys like him who force their kids to follow religion without the kids understanding what it actually right and wrong, so that the parents can actually see how bad their up-bringing is now a days! (Keep in mind I'm not talking about all parents)

     
  • At April 05, 2006 11:08 AM, Blogger The Krispy Dixie said…

    il government malageeeeeeeef!

    They are hypocrits to the Nth degree! They should just butt out and let life move on...

    They are always filling up the assembly sessions with this BS when they should be focusing on the real problems i.e. the horrendous traffic violations that happen everyday, the ancient and problematic infrastructure, the outdated public school system and curriculum, alcohol and drug issues.. these are all problems much more worthy of their time and attention, but nooooo they focus on the easy stuff... proms *gasp* and boys and girls talking *horror*...

    wallah ma 3indihum saalfa... oo moo kafoo ba3ad...

    (man, i have a lot of repressed anger concerning this topic, thanx for letting me vent stallion :P)

     
  • At April 05, 2006 11:18 AM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    The Krispy Dixie: Welcome to my blog and great comment! I totally agree with what you said! BTW, feel free to vent as much as you want! ;o)

     
  • At April 05, 2006 11:28 AM, Blogger The Krispy Dixie said…

    hehehehe I thought that's what my blog was for! :P

    but I will vent on topics which u supply or are relevent to topics u supply, but if I start to swear uncontrollably and/or foam at the mouth, just shoot a valium or joint my way and it'll be all cool ;)

     
  • At April 05, 2006 11:46 AM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    The Krispy Dixie: You are right, your blog is there for you to vent at but it won't hurt getting on other people's blogs and venting as a comment to support them! ;o)

    As for the foaming at the mouth Kujo, I will shoot you with what you asked for and maybe an extra dose of morphine! :oP

     
  • At April 05, 2006 12:07 PM, Blogger Kthekuwaiti said…

    Why can't we go back to the good old days .. banning singers and pokemon.

     
  • At April 05, 2006 12:11 PM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    K the Kuwaiti: Well depends how old you are! :oP If my parents said that then that would mean that they would have discos and alcohol but since you said pokemon then that's different! :oP

    The point is to go ahead and not fall back! ;o) We need a more open society!

     
  • At April 05, 2006 12:43 PM, Blogger iDip said…

    The Stallion,
    The links below have some extra information about the issue discussed here:-
    Link1
    Link2
    Link3

    It's not just Al-Tabtaba'ee, but the ministry of education and other MPs.
    So blame it on everyone ;)

     
  • At April 05, 2006 12:58 PM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    iDip: Thanks for the extra info! I read the first link in the actual paper and that's what got me all worked up! Shako ta9ree7 to do a party! It's a private function! As for the second link I appload those school kids and I see school pride for those NES kids cause they were wearing school uniforms that will get them into trouble! As for the 3rd link that was new info for me even though it was an older article! I will blam all "Majlis Al-5ama" but I have to admit Dr. Waleed still gets on my nerves! Even just looking at him gets my blood boiling!

     
  • At April 05, 2006 3:32 PM, Blogger The Krispy Dixie said…

    hmmm morphine ... :)

     
  • At April 05, 2006 3:39 PM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    The Krispy Dixie: I thought you'd enjoy that! :oP

     
  • At April 05, 2006 5:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    hahha! great joke that you are not talisman...You are...why are you using two IDs and fooling around?

     
  • At April 05, 2006 5:17 PM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Anonymous: I do not joke about this kinda stuf! I, for one, actually have a name unlike you! As for the jerk Talisman, I would never stoop down to his level!

     
  • At April 05, 2006 7:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Now I know...You are not Talisman..

    Talisman is a Jerk!

    I am sorry...it all happened coz of a misunderstanding...Sorry for the trouble!

     
  • At April 05, 2006 7:49 PM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Anonymous: I'm glad you took the time to figure things out! I agree with you with regards to Talisman he is a jerk!

    Water under the bridge!

     
  • At April 05, 2006 11:29 PM, Blogger Temetwir said…

    in response to A
    i know and i understand .. laken ely aby awath7ah lek ya 7abeebi ena e7na (the under 40s) lazim nertegy b fann il 7ewaar o nebte3ed 3an el khass bel thekir fulaan el fulaany .. lama tewajjeh kalamek ela el fekir ka kol, enta b chethy tathbit el diraaya o el nas tetgabal menek..
    add to that the fact that when u talk abt a person, ur being extremely vague (and not ambigious) in the sense that: what ru exactly agaisnt? who he is, or what he is?
    well, who and what r different .. fa in the end, o hatha ely 7aassil lel asaf bro .. ena el naas teg3ad tansib hal afkaar mn o6ro7at like those of Dr Waleed to "el islam" o yamshon ka'annna shay'an lam yakkun.. la yo3gal hatha :)

    in regards B
    the government ya jimaa3a mas'ola 3an wizarat el tarbeya, o wizarat el tarbeya heyya el jeha ely ayythan tantamy elaiha el madaris el khaa9a

    right now, im being reminded of my IGCSE history class when our teacher asked us what we want our case-study to be on .. we tried pushing for the israeli-palestinian conflict, but i think he said the ministry wont approve..
    regardless of that "thought", i specifically remember we had the US history as our case study instead but we did wait before we could start for the ministry to approve

    what does that mean? that means ena no matter how "private" ur school is, la tazaal khaath3a ela lawa'e7 o gawaneen o tawseyaat el wizara (hatha ma thabbat, o ma 7atharrny na9 fa dont quote me and i will stand corrected if proven otherwise)

    so, salfat 7aflat el takharuj hathy men 7ag`hom ethan wefg el ganoun el mawthou3 o ely we, as a nation, call for ..

    anyway question stays: sheno wath3 il jam3aat? lena jam3at il q8 hay'a mostagela etha mani qal6an

    as for D
    i am a firm believer in that private schools (especially british systems) teach students discipline and manner much more than govt schools .. so i really dont think any1 will say that in-school-activities ay shay yekharrbon el e3yal or whatever.. the thing is, to my understanding, regarding ceremonies and stuff in it thats just not what u expect .. o 3ala fikra ana astagreb ely yegoly "ma dam parents ratheen, kaifhom" .. akeed kaifhom, bs el so'al: wain ray7een? mo hal shay el madrisa emnathmmeta lehom b esemhom ena 7aflat takharoj?

    as for what erzulie said regarding proms .. hatha shay thany, o ma7ad yegdar yet7acha yekalem el madrisa lena el madrisa tegdar testankir sselat'ha fi hal shay .. laken ham latkhaf yedezon 3laikom el dakheleya :P

    as for E
    democracy is not a privelage for the educated, one might say

    anyway, abt the certifying .. its exactly what i explained above in that taab3een lel wizara fa itssadeg'ha o to3tammad 3ala shan tegdar tetssaraf feeha ka "watheega" fil dawla for:
    jam3at el q8
    ta3leem el 3aaly
    tawtheef (khedma madaneya aw ge6a3 khaa9)
    so on and so forth, fa eh na3am lazim tetssadag el shahadaat mn el madaris ely gair gayma 3laiha directly Min. Educ.

     
  • At April 05, 2006 11:31 PM, Blogger Temetwir said…

    sorry correction: abt the B comment i meant to say:


    "the government ya jema3a mas'ola 3an jamee3 el 6alaba"

    and not

    the government ya jimaa3a mas'ola 3an wizarat el tarbeya

     
  • At April 05, 2006 11:41 PM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Temetwir: Your points are valid and well taken but I just don't agree with the system! Too much control and power for thier own good! I can go on about things but it's no use cause no matter what I come up with there would be an excuse for it or a means to go around it! It would be nice to have a discussion with a big group on a stage when it comes to this issue! Would be interesting!

     
  • At April 08, 2006 11:14 AM, Blogger iDip said…

    Naji Saud Al-Zaid wrote about this issue today
    here (Al-Qabas)

     
  • At April 08, 2006 11:24 AM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    iDip: Thanks bro for the amazing article! The writer has a very valid point and I am on his side!

     
  • At April 09, 2006 11:23 PM, Blogger Caffeinated said…

    Arg!!!

    Dude to a terrible computer that does not refresh pages, I have missed a beautiful post!!!

    *kicks PC again*

    Stallion , that was a great post. I don't like him personally OR what he allegedly stands for. I am sorry to have missed this post, but from what I have read from the comments, I agree with you whole heartedly.

    I would like to join you and Papillona in throwing rotten fruit at him.

     
  • At April 09, 2006 11:54 PM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Caff: I don't think anyone likes this guy! As for chcuking fruits at him, I think everyone in the community should help out! When it comes to your PC, I think it's time to get a new one! Don't kick it anymore! It's got feelings too you know! :oP

     
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