Monday, July 2, 2007

رئيس غانا : مقتلة ضحك :)) و ربّي يستر

Ra2is Ghana

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18 comments:

Clandestino said...

:))))))
انتي الدوسي متاعك تعبّى ... بديتها بتحريض المدونين و ختمتها بالتمقعير على رئيس غانا المبجّل...
و كيما يقول المثل "على نفسها (أهلها) جنت براقش"


مالا قتلي مروّح في أوت ؟؟؟

Citoyen(ne) du monde said...

Je connais déjà, je l'ai visionnée sur youtube.

Brabbi a3lech tejbid fel machekil il rou7ek wenti bou 3ayla? Walla 9olli 7atténa 9addechni 3ala nietti... ti mak teddallel 3addouble nationalité elli 3andek, oumoch n'importe quelle nationalité! laméricaine ou ma adrak!!!

Sib ennidhame ou bou ennidhame baba, farahdelna 3ala 9loubne, a7na el maghbounine.

3amrouch said...

makk meji el chana fi aout?
behi ya si samsoum.
p.s:heilla fazet ya7aa hethaka

Chekib Kchouk said...

I am disappointed. I thought we were at a much higher level than this. Making fun of our president like this will not lead to anything positive. We have to earn our government's respect to be able to build a solid and true Democracy. This is not the maturity I thought we had finally reached. Was this what we were writing about July 1st? Was this our goial? Just to be able to post this kind of retarded and stupid comedy without being sensured?
I would not want to be part of this

sami said...

:) enti tu joues avec le feu :)

Hayy said...

"We have to earn our government's respect ": Non mon grand, le respect dont tu parles est un droit acquis, nous n'avons pas à le gagner. C'est dans l'autre sens que ça se passe!

samsoum said...

@Chekib: I invite you to watch the thousands of video on YouTube that make fun of presidents of countries like USA, and other european countries. Or Watch "Les guignols" and tell me if these people lost their government respect!!
Sorry to disappoint you, but I found this on the net, it made me laugh so I wanted to share it.

As for respect,I don't think that we have to earn it, I think they have to!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Je ne vois en quoi un sketch comme ça peut porter atteinte au pouvoir ? Je pense contrairement au commentaire précédent que diffuser de tels sketchs est de l’essence même de la liberté d’expression car on ne doit jamais confondre le raisonnement de la dérision.

Pour vous éclairer un peut sur les circonstances de cet enregistrement qui a été dit en présence de la fille même du président. C’est elle qui dit au milieu à Oueldjaballah « ana maak » et qui lui répend « madam hia maaya ma nkhaf min had.. »

Bravo Samsoum pour ce que vous faites. Continu « ana maak », anonymement bien entendu.

Chekib Kchouk said...

That's exactly why the Arab world is the way it is now. It is because from day one, we want to be like the Americans or the Europeans. We are always trying to compare ourselves to other cultures. We have to set clear goals and then take baby steps and work toward these goals. We have to make sure we understand who we are dealing with and from there choose the right and most realistic approach to reach our goals. We are dealing with the Tunisian Government not the French or American. They are very different. In my opinion, earning our Government's respect will be the most appropriate way to move forward with this and be able to do something positive for our country. We have to prove to our government that the Tunisian citizen has reached an advanced level of maturity and can not accept to be treated the way he has been treated for the past decades.
We have to use much more powerful tools than cheap humor. Look at how the Chinese are becoming a super power, or the Japanese, or Indians... They did not waste their time burning the US flag or blaming this or that country. They figured out that the only way they could compete against other powerful countries in the world is by working hard, educating themselves until they earned the United States and other European countries' respect. Yes, you have to earn respect from whoever is in power and then try to change things in your favor, unless you’d rather use a more violent approach. Sorry, but that's the only way we can change things for the best.

samsoum said...

Chekib: take it easy man, a touch of humor cannot harm anyone. I am not asking to be like US or UE, I was pointing out that it is not a big deal, it is just humor, wether you like it or not. This is not a forum, it is a personal blog :) I felt like I wanted to share this video and I did it. As simple as that! And check out the labels, I mentionned explicitely "testing the limits" and I am not using it as a tool.

PS: I don't have to prove anything to the government. Read the TN constitution and you will see that theoretically we CHOOSE to make them the government. They need to prove to us that they are worth our choice. This not US or France, it is the Tunisian constitution!!!!

Chekib Kchouk said...

Samsoum, with all due respect I think you are missing my point. There are so many laws, constitutions and resolutions that are being ignored and not applied. The main question is how can we change that? How can we make our voice heard? All I am saying is encouraging this kind of humor, is not the right approach, at least for now.

Clandestino said...

@Chekib:
" earning our Government's respect will be the most appropriate way to move forward "
"We have to prove to our government that the Tunisian citizen has reached an advanced level of maturity "
"We have to use much more powerful tools than cheap humor"

معناها نقعدو عاقلين و متربين و ما نتحركوش الا ما نشاورو سيدنا , او هو يامرنا نعملو حاجة , على سبيل المثال يرمي عظم و يقول لواحد منا " برّة جيبو"
ايا سيدي نفرضو انو الحاكم هذا طلع لئيم و ما استعرفش بدرجة النضج و التحضّر متاعك....
تقعد تستنّا؟؟
امالا اكاهو انتي اقعد عاقل و ما تتحركش من بلاصتك بالكشي يجيك القمح من باجة...
و احنا خلينا في "الشيب هيومور" متاعنا

samsoum said...

@Chekib:I got your point loud and clear since your fist comment, it is just that I disagree with you. I am not expecting anything from the gvrnmt, I am just exercising my right on my blog top share a funny video with whom wants to see it.

I am very realistic, that’s why I am not expecting anything to change with the current leadership. I am sorry, if this post changes your perception about my maturity. But having fun IMHO is not conflicting with working hard and educating ourselves

Chekib Kchouk said...

@Samsoum: Probably I am overreacting to this. I really wish you all the best and good luck.

@Clandestino: I never said to sit down and do nothing. I just said to think carefully and do the right things, anything that will make us go one step further toward democracy. Unfortunately, I do not have much time to elaborate more on this, but I will follow your suggestion and leave you guys alone with your cheap humor. Like I always thought: The government of a country is nothing but the reflection of its citizens. "Tel pere tel fils".

samsoum said...

@Chekib: You're not overreacting, your had a valid and respectful opinion. We're just not agreeing and we don't have to sometimes:)

All what you said about changing things to the better and that is our duty to do so is true and I agree 100% with you. But that does not mean ,I should not laugh at a cheap joke. That’s where we disagree and that’s fine, we are different, and that is what will make us strong.

Abdou said...

juste pour te dire soumaysem elli el patron fi belou bih. il a meme invité l'artiste et lui a demandé de le faire. l''artiste a exigé qu'il le fasse en noir et c'été fait ainsi.
el patron été plié en 4.

"Wehed niya fi thniya" said...

je me demande si Mr Chekib Kchouk aurait mentionné aussi fièrment son nom sur ses commentaires s'il avait un avis favorable à cette question de sketch et autres....?????

mdr said...

Trop bien cette vidéo, bonne imitation faudrait qu'il poursuive pour qu'on continue à se marrer .