Friday, December 16, 2005

No more music

Dr. Abdul Ghaffar, thank you from the bottom of my heart for banning that sour note of a musician Hakeem from performing in Teatro restaurant. You saved us from his foul voice and cheesy act. I was just wondering.. when will you get some balls and kick Michael Jackson out of Bahrain too? Or is it because a royal invited him?
Let me get this straight. Hakeem is public enemy, but Michael Jackson gets a house in a prime location? Not only that, I also heard he gets to open a boys school.
Congradulations on National day. As a concerned citizen, I feel I have to report that I was watching your television station this afternoon, and I saw some people SINGING about national day... can you beleive this? Not only that.. they were dancing.. right in the middle of the day.. and the mother of all horrers.. there were GIRLS TOO!
This has gone too far. Please roll up your sleeve and silence those sinners that sing about "how we have a great democracy" and how we "live in a country that allows everyone to express themselves." Its true.. dont get me wrong.. you're allowed to express yourself.. but not with music apparently..
By the way, doctor... have you heard the latest joke going around town? If you're unemployed hide any papers that show it.. or you might go to jail!


Blogger LiB Team said...

Should I laugh? Or cry?

It's sad but true innit?

2:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

After MPs hauled him in over bars in five star hotels opening in Ramadan the MOI's given up the struggle and is opting for the quiet life: so nothing is going to be allowed that may upset the MPs.

So is it cowardice or respecting the people's democratically elected representatives (ie Mouwdah, Jassim Al Saeedi and co)?

5:33 PM  
Blogger The Joker said...

Hold on anonymous, lets not lump things together. The MOI listens to the MP's in these issues not to live a quiet life, but rather to create a boogey man out of the religious fanatics, so the people with reasonable demands get scared off. We all know the government backed Mouwdah, Al Saeedi, and Al thahrani all along... they're trying to tell us the more freedom we give you, the worse you'll get it.

I mean, why is the government (ie. the MOI) being SO cooperative with the MPs all of the sudden? They didn't even hint about the concert at Teatro, and boom it was closed.. while on the other hand, when the MPs wanted to investigate BAPCO, ALBA, GOSI for corruption, that file never saw the light?

10:56 AM  
Blogger Abu Sinan said...

Ban Mike, keep Hakeem.

3:35 PM  
Blogger Duffy said...

Please keep Jackson. If you kick him out, he'll want to come back here.

10:09 PM  

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