Saturday, March 19, 2011

Trick or Treason



Halloween came early this year for people in Bahrain. The people could not wait till October 31st to celebrate it with the world as they've recently been dropping off their masks revealing their real faces. It was with amusement that Halloween here has been orchestrated by a group of adults instead of children who decided to was fun to wear masks all year long and feel it was the time to "pull one" on Bahrain. Once these masks fell off their conniving faces, Bahrain got to see the not so pleasant portraits of its traitors.
Lately a large number of these traitors have made their voices heard to international media, seeking help and asylum, not to mention tarnish the image of Bahrain's government and its people. Loyal Bahrainis cannot comprehend just how their fellow countrymen could not love their country and government despite its continuous generosity. The left of these anti-government movement is intrinsic to their entire worldview. They would promote the right of Islamic fanatics for the same reason they promote the rights of criminals, extremists, adulterers (in the name of religion) and violent protests. They instinctively root for anarchy against civilization. The inevitable logic of their position is to be for...wait for it...T-R-E-A-S-O-N!
In law, treason is the crime that covers some of the more serious acts of betrayal of one's sovereign (government) or nation. In the UK, treason against the king was known as high treason and treason against a lesser superior was petit treason. Now that we know what it is in law, let's define what it really is. Oran's Dictionary of the Law (1983) defines treason as "a citizen's actions to help a foreign government overthrow, make war against, or seriously injure the parent nation". In many nations, it is also often considered treason to attempt to conspire to overthrow the government, even if no foreign country is aided or involved by such an endeavor. A person would be guilty of treason under the U.K. Act if they:
·      Compassed or Imagined (i.e. planned) the death of the King, his wife or his elder son and heir;
·      Violated the King's companion
·      Levied war against the King in his Realm or adhered to the King's enemies in his Realm, giving them aid and comfort in his Realm or elsewhere.
In English law, high treason was punishable by being hanged, drawn or quartered (men) or burnt at the stake (women) or beheading. Treason was the only crime which attracted those penalties.
What does this have to do anything? Why are we speaking of treason? Easy, because these trick-or-treason acts have actually been well played by Bahraini individuals who would have broken the law in Britain and knowing that most of Bahrain's law is based on the British Law, many of the citizens anticipate that these traitors will be punished by law.
Lately, many of these traitors have been caught red-handed, one of which is the newly resigned Health Minister Nizar Baharna who had fabricated the subject of his father's treatment abroad, where today's Alayam Newspaper uncovered the real reason for his traveling was to lodge complaints against Bahraini government-related events in the Kingdom, and was quick to resign after one day of his return of travel after the revelations of the subject matter. What would Nazar Bahrana's jurisdiction be: Death (preferably by hanging). The traitor needs to contemplate on the severity of his actions while he walks in shame to his closure.
Another traitor that has been tricking for years is Ebrahim Sharif Alsayed who has been arrested early Thursday morning. Sharif has been a political traitor activist that joined forces with the Clue Gang (see previous articles). He betrayed his own people when the Police called him personally to inform his friends at Pearl Roundabout to evacuate before the Police came down on them. He made a run for it, left his people and went home. What is funny about this is that the Police, actually traced and recorded the call for evidence purposes with the exact date and time. Sharif has been working with groups locally and abroad to overthrow the King and government. Jurisdiction? Death (preferably by shooting). The traitor just needs someone to end him and fast.
Others that should be on Bahrain's Traitor Lists also are: Rabab Al Sammak (Yathreb Middle School Principal) for instigating the war. Mahdi Abu Deeb (President of Teacher's Association) for levying war against King. Ala'a Al Saffar (Doctor at Salmaniya Medical Centre) for lying and betraying occupation. Doctors and Nurses of SMC (for smuggling an Iranian Information machine) and supporting Iran and teachers of schools throughout Bahrain for their civil disobedience and treachory.
Now that Halloween is officially over in the Kingdom of Bahrain, we're waiting patiently for the jury to see what the scores of their costumes are. Let's hope justice is called for their poor costume execution.
Brave Bahrain





2 comments:

  1. Your article is bull shit? why was the health minister not arrested on his arrival? if he went to plot as you say...Or is this propaganda....please learn how to do it correctly....Shame on you...

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  2. Don't start arguing when I have clearly presented mine with sited material and historical facts. If you want to discuss it with me, I suggest you educate yourself. If you can convince me that the people responsible for the "peaceful protests" did not commit acts of treason, I'll await a response that's not filled with curse words and flawed english.

    A few months from now when they're both on trial, you'll know where you got your answers from first. I pray they both get what they deserve and if my article is full of propaganda, read today's alayam newspaper that clearly states Nizar Bahrana's allegations against the government. Shame on you for not readin' the papers :)

    Incase you can't find it: http://www.alayam.com/web3/Articles.aspx?aid=71675

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