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Thursday, June 29, 2006
Rally in Jabriya!
Last night after picking my car up from getting things done to it, I decided to wear my orange t-shirt and hat and head off to Jabriya and support those who are against buying and selling votes and against Jamal Al-Omar!

I will refrain from writing anything and leave you with the following videos!

Enjoy!







Posted by The Stallion @ 4:40 PM  
14 Comments:
  • At June 29, 2006 5:51 PM, Blogger q8Sultana said…

    So, overall, was the demostration successful? Dit the Jasem guy get punished or suffer any consequences like getting removed from the elections?

     
  • At June 29, 2006 5:57 PM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Q8Sultana: Turn out was ok but nothing really happened! At first the cops would NOT take any one's testimony! As you can see in the video, the cops tried to take the projector away! Once they started letting people walk into the police station to write down what they had to say, the cops were apparently laughing at those who were giving their testemonies!
    As for Jamal, nothing happened to him from what I know but I have not been updated since 10PM last night!

     
  • At June 29, 2006 6:37 PM, Blogger AyyA said…

    great effort, thanks
    I heard that Jammola got into a fight(bi3igul) with one of the guys campaigning for Basil, I'm not sure if this is true though!

     
  • At June 29, 2006 6:41 PM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Ayya: You're welcome! As for the fight, just for doing that he should be pulled out! The only problem is that the government likes him too much cause he barks when they tell him to!

     
  • At June 29, 2006 10:23 PM, Blogger Papillona ® said…

    Merci mon amie

     
  • At June 29, 2006 11:11 PM, Anonymous amer said…

    Great footage Stallion. What a demonstration!

    Checking early results now (11pm)for Surra/Adailiya/abriya looks like Al Fadala is #1 and #2 is Al Rashed.

     
  • At June 29, 2006 11:52 PM, Blogger Judy Abbott said…

    yeah yeah ! ,,, they talk the talk and DONT do the walk... show us banat il kuwait with the results today !!


    who is behind this guy is the same person behind the cops, so why the hastle, they cannot do anything without a word from the guys who are responsible of having jamal

     
  • At June 30, 2006 1:47 AM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Papillona: You're welcome! ;o)

    Amer: So far so good and Jamal is not in the top 2 and it's 1:40AM!

    Judy Abbott: We are talking and doing what we say but it's the cops who aren't doing their job of fear of losing their job! As for the higher up officialys well they have probably been paid off by both parties, Jamal Al-Omar and the governemnt!

     
  • At June 30, 2006 11:58 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    hi
    Can someone plz explain shino sayer ,, ?! ma fahamt shay min il video ! Thanks, Tintoona

     
  • At June 30, 2006 6:22 PM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Tintoona: What happened was that hard working young ladies who want to see this great country prosper had clear evidence against Jamal Al-Omar regarding him buying people's votes! Since we had evidence a group of us went to the police station in Jabriya to press charges and for the witnesses to give their testimonies. This rally is the result of the grouping and I hope this brief explanation is good enough!

     
  • At June 30, 2006 7:02 PM, Blogger Marzouq said…

    7asafa 3ala shur6a6 el ikwait! If they had people above them who make them care.. then things would be different.. sara7a ye36eekum el 3afya enkum sawaytaw chithy! Bes 7asafa el 7ayawan Jamal made it...

     
  • At July 01, 2006 3:22 AM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Marzouq: Did you notice that Jamal won by a mere 52 votes? Those were the votes from the Jam3iya in 3dailiya! Itha al-7okuma feeha khair law i6al3oona widish bidala Basil Al-Rashid!

     
  • At July 01, 2006 2:34 PM, Blogger mosan mosan said…

    I really hope things will change this time around ... not like last time .. they all went quite the last 2 years until the orange movement

     
  • At July 04, 2006 5:24 PM, Blogger The Stallion said…

    Mosan Mosan: Inshallah everything will work out! I have some hope in the new parliment!

     
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