Granted, he is younger here, but looks so odd without his shiny, straight, flowing hair.
Baby, baby, baby, oooouch!!! Damn, must’ve hurt. The video kinda sucks but the slowmo is funny. hehe
The person who shot the bottle will probably want to throw more because Biebs is even coming out with his own book soon.
By now most have heard that Wyclef Jean is in the running for the upcoming Haitian presidential elections. What a way to pry on the youth of Haiti, who make up approximately 60% of the country’s population. I agree with Sean Penn, it is a skectchy situation and what is reallllly in it for clef? Will he just bring in American capitalistic ventures and initiatives that will do jack shit for the people of Haiti, and only make his pockets even deeper? Read this story to read more about his reactions to Sean Penn’s comments.
I don’t know Wyclef Jean personally but I do believe that somewhere amidst the PR whoopla around Jean ever since the devastating earthquake in Haiti, he does have some sort of sympathy for the Haitian people. But does he have empathy? No. He left Haiti at such a young age that he probably hasn’t experienced a quarter of what other Haitians have experienced. So for him to say that he “understands the psychology of the Haitian people ever since birth” is rather far-fetched and fabricated. There’s just something about his wanting to become the president of Haiti that seems like he isn’t in it for the right reasons.
Just as a follow-up on my “For Neda” post, the movement that is taking place in Iran also represents stories and injustices such as this one. Ebrahim Hamidi, an 18 year old Iranian man, was given the death sentence (hanging) because of the potential that he may be gay. Yes, this isn’t the first time nor will it be the last that such tragic and inhumane acts occur not just in Iran, but in other countries. Read the story and see why those of us outside of Iran are disturbed and disgusted with their means of “justice” and “law”. For those that think that the Western world is against Iran because of its nuclear threats (yes, that’s scary) but what the US, Canada, Europe, UK and the rest of the big players should be stressing real concern on are the ridiculous numbers of violations on human rights and freedoms and the crimes against humanity, in my opinion at least. Nuke talk can take place after. In my world, that’s what I would like to see happen.
Everyone should see this film. Even though I never knew Neda, she really does represent what the youth/our generation are trying to fight for. Freedom and Peace.