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They wanted  their Arab-muslim state? – Well, they have it.

Generalized disgust 
-Nepotism, clientelism and corruption at all levels
-Intrinsic ignorance, hatered of being, hatered of everything, no reference, decervation
-Unemployment, economic precariousness, poverty and pauperization
-Violence, mysogyny, racism, tribalism, Islamism
-Incompetence of state institutions, no water, no service, no help in case of natural disasters, and the victims will forever be victims.
etc., etc…
They wanted  their Arab-muslim state? – Well, they have it.
A rotten country where no one pays taxes, everyone cheats, everyone lies and lies, everyone thinks only to trick they neighbor.
Children are trained like little dogs at school, to behave badly against women, against their parents, against all that remains positive in their society.
People there are slaves of Arabia, Palestine, Bin Laden, Iraq, countries and people so lousy.
Algeria is a dirty, underdeveloped, unsure nation, ruled by uneducated people and criminals. If you venture out at night by car, you will be killed, and you car will be stolen. If you file a complaint, you will be told: Speak only in the national language.
The coffers are dilapidated, looted by the officials, the banks continuously drained, the land is the prey of all kinds of vampires and the people are angry with them for not allowing them to participate in the carelessness. The people wait for the rotten cities under construction to rush on and occupy them anarchically. Moreover, in the distribution of housing, they start with those who are already well housed.
The only revolution this people can manage is the Islamic Revolution, in order to get fucked even more.
We get killed as easily as we greet each other and we say wonder “who killed whom” or “kach ma dar, el khawa ma yektlouche hakdha bark!”. Algerians believe that their country is rich, but it is only a desert. Roads and highways are built by France, only for their troops. The railways are the legacy of France.
If you call your bank, you are told to hang up or they call the police. If you call the Sonelgaz, you will be called a thief (rightly because everyone boosts their counter). People unplug their water meters and eat with no cost. Taxi drivers are robbers. In public services, people are treated like unwanted tramps, something they are most of the time…
I can go on forever …
This is what Algerians will never want to change, because they are simply unable to change it. THIS IS THE NATURAL STATE OF AN ARABIC ISLAMIC COUNTRY! Nobody can do better under the sky of Allah!
By Adbouz.K

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  • I have just arrived in Oran, safe and sound by air Algeria. I had no problem at customs except that I was asked to declare anything that I had brought of value (money, electronic equipment, even the jewelry I was wearing on me), but we did not unpacked my suitcases, a good thing. From the outset two porters offered to bring me my suitcases, they wanted me to pay them in Euros please. I was in a bit of trouble but all I had was 50 euro bills, I was not going to leave them 50 euro cash for carrying my suitcases over 5m !! It’s a bit expensive to pay, right? Well I couldn’t gratify them, moreover I hadn’t asked for anything, they didn’t even ask me if I needed help, they grabbed my suitcases, they forced my hand . But I felt guilty, if I had had change I would have given them 5 euros but it was a Thursday evening and no banks open at that time for change.

    Second day, I ventured into the city of ORAN I was very shocked by the dirt in which people live. Stinking garbage piled up on the ground and on every street corner, at the entrances to buildings, to parks where children play, the streets are not cleaned, the downtown market, crowded from morning to night and every day and never cleaned up. We sell, we spread these goods on a pile of rubbish with unbearable odors.
    But what still shocked me most were the buildings resting on a pile of rubbish, pipes, drain pipes that leak on the floor, giving off scents to make even the most solid stomachs pale.
    How can we allow poor people to live in such unsanitary conditions and in m ** de?
    And the whole city is like that, only the waterfront is pretty much drinkable.

    Buildings as far as the eye can see displaying laundry from washing machines in need of space or washing machines at home. This linen which deteriorates the facades of buildings.
    When entering the snacks and a few restaurants, you are greeted by cockroaches and other critters that abound in the deplorable sanitary conditions of the city.
    What are the municipal authorities doing for city dwellers? There is a total abandonment of the citizen in his most basic right, that to live in the most basic sanitary conditions.
    Exasperated, the inhabitants have no other choice but to mobilize themselves to clean up the shit in which they live and which eats away at them.

    When you enter a restaurant or snack bar and go to the toilet, there is no water, I let you imagine the rest.

    Other things that upset me were the number of homeless people, especially women with young children and old people, how can we let small children sleep in the street? For a so-called Muslim country!
    Let no one come and bathe me with muslim stories, I will see red and I will not answer for my actions.

    We cannot let women with children sleep in the street.
    I saw Algeria but I am very disappointed by what I see, especially what upsets me are these children and these women and old people on the street.
    I’m going to go to Algiers and Kabylia soon, I’m afraid, I was told that in Algiers the situation is worse. My heart is bleeding to see my people suffer in this way. I feel people desperate, revolted, and overwhelmed.
    I have been told that many factories have closed, and the government has opened the doors to the mass importation of foreign products, thereby killing the Algerian economy.
    When I arrived here, I wanted to buy local products, wanting to do a bit of good citizenship, I was only offered import products that I refused.
    And even in restaurants when I asked for “gazouze”, a drink I remember having drunk on my first trip as a child, I was offered pepsi or coca cola instead. The “gazouze” in question has for name “selecto”, a drink, which I have problems providing myself and which however can put coca cola or pepsi in the cupboard.

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