Re: Fighting for opportunity and also fighting over plain jealousy?August 27 2010 at 11:35 PM
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Ultimately your diatribes will be evaluated not as you think they should be evaluated but as the audience evaluates them. You may look upon some of the audience with disdain but frankly, there is a common thread I can see which strongly indicates that your postings are mostly ignored because they look like just so much pomp and pretense. Reading some of your postings, I can't help but wonder if you're Paulius Matane's hidden twin, or maybe got a transplant of some of his brain cells. He too has excelled over the years at pretentious and pompous essays to us, telling us how we should be behaving or what we should be examining in our future.
I would appreciate it a lot more if you led us through action. I don't mean the action of typing out another essay, but rather, some kind of action that you're actually doing to fight the corruption cancer of our nation. Instead of creating blogs, you've hitched a ride on some of them. Instead of finding innovative ways to attack the corrupt amongst us, you give us nebulous challenges to do it for ourselves.
I also wonder why, if you're such an enthusiastic columnist, why you don't have a regular column in The National or Post Courier? In the end, it seems that you only make a half effort in the directions you pursue. That is not inspirational.
While Nesian may be rude in his remarks to you, I can't help but agree more with him than with you.