Tuesday, June 13, 2006

My blood is boiling

What happened tonight is beyond anything I ever expected. My blood is boiling and my hands are still shaking. I never believed corruption could run so high and in such an open manner.

Distributing flyers with a message against buying and selling votes ended in one of the most aggravating and disturbing conversations ever when 2 men directly offered us money to shut up and/or sell our voices.

I will leave Shuroq to fill you in on the details. She's a more prolific writer with a better memory. And she has already been threatened to publish something by noon tomorrow or else.

8 comments:

Papillona ® said...

WHAT?

Details I want details

Shopaholic Q8eya said...

I wanted to go but was in a meeting!

Mini Я. said...

Hot damn. Where did THAT happen? I usually miss out on all the fun. :/

Alia said...

mini R

wasn't fun at all
couldn't sleep all night

ولاّدة said...

فخورة بكن
ما قمتن به عمل بطولي

Shurouq said...

Threat paid off.

Why do I feel guilty?

ValenciaLover said...

Shopaholic, I wanted to go too. Damn afternoon shifts. I was working too.

Shurouq, there's nothing to feel guilty about. You were, are doing the right thing.

I was more than happy to help in the first time but ugly working hours kept me from joining you guys the second time.

Don't wanna miss more events. Please keep me updated to cancel any other work-related meetings, if possible.

Soud said...

جهد كبير تشكرن علية



لا يرتفع دمك ولا تزعلين، المظاهر السلبية الموجودة الحين بكافة أنواعها راح تختفى عن طريق تعديل الدوائر وهذا قريب أن شاء الله


ولما تتعدل الدوائر هالنوعية من النواب ما راح يحلمون انهم يوصلون للكرسى لأن ببساطة ما يقدر يشترى كل الشعب


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