Muhammad Usama

A Message

December 18, 2011 2 comments

It was a complete blackout. All he can feel was a strong wind. He was tired and exhausted. He wanted to have some rest but was unable to get up. He was still not in his conscious. Then, gradually he was getting aware of the situation trying to adjust himself in the situation he had never been before. He, slowly, opened his eyes but the bright light hit directly in his eyes causing it to close quickly. He crawled and realized grains of sand beneath his hands. He felt sweat & burning heat which was troubling him. He opened his eyes again. This time he was able to fight and soon his eyes focused and he was able to see it.

He was in a desert. He was trying to figure out how he came here but burning heat was forcing him to find one thing, perhaps a tree or anything that casts a shadow. He was wearing a suit, an expensive wrist watch, and shoes. He wandered for a while and then begun walking in direction his instincts decided. He knew he was going to fall because he was exhausted and thirsty. After walking for about an hour he saw a tree and soon there he was, sitting under the tree with no destination at all. He felt like taking a nap but then he saw crows circling around him, right above the tree. He knew crows were there for him as he was the only weaker one in that long desert. It’s always easy to attack on weaker ones; he thought and decided not to fall asleep. He forced himself to wake up and begun walking again. This time he didn’t know where was he going. He just wanted to get the hell away from those creatures. He walked miles and miles. Sun was already tired and was no longer the problem. He continued his journey, the meaningless journey.

Night had fallen and he was scared. He sat in the middle of the desert and gazed up to look the stars. He knew he was going to sleep anytime so he picked one of the stars as a point of reference and marked the direction on sand and fell asleep.

He woke up and felt the mild heat. He began walking in direction he defined last night. After walking for five to six hours he heard the noise. He saw the same flock of crows, circling above him. He was tensed. Sun was at its peak. He was thirsty, starving but there was nothing he could have done. He was tired, exhausted and he knew that he was going to die soon. Death was upon him and he was unprepared. He never thought that something like this would ever happen to him. He always loved to live in present. His expensive cloths, watch, and shoes were just mere worldly needs. He cried, wept but nothing he could’ve possibly done to protect himself. He ran for a while but then he stopped. He was panting and feeling of loneliness was killing him. Death was waiting for him. Not a speck of life was seen as he gazed towards the horizon and beyond. He gave up and he fall. He was looking at the crows, waiting for them to attack. And then he realized the change in the pattern. They were coming towards him. He never felt something like this before. Death was just seconds away from him. He felt pang and that was the moment when he pleaded God to save his life. That was the moment when he realized that no one can save him except God. He cried, begged, and pleaded God for all the bad actions he did in his life. He was unable to recall any good action which could have saved him. He was embarrassed, shaken up and he pleaded, continued to ask for forgiveness and at that last moment when he was just about to be attacked, God listened and everything changed. He was sitting on his bed idle and thanking God. Tears in his eyes and idea of death had shaken him up. His heart-rate was ascended and he cried, yet again for all the bad deeds he had done. He finally realized that it was a dream. A dream with a message that.

“God loves you very much and God is always there to forgive you. It requires only realization that death is always upon you and you can’t run away from it, that your future & destiny depends on the actions you do in your present, and that you came in this world alone and you will go alone with the only actions you did and nothing else.”

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Policy clashes and managerial issues

Thanks to Ali Abbas for his great effort

Update: Apology from Mr Asim-ur-Rehman posted as received:

Dear Asad Veqar Shairani,

It seems that there is some kind of misunderstanding; we treat our students, and their parents with utmost respect, and compassion.

Anyhow, if anything I said has offended you then I am extremely sorry for that.

If your cousin is interested in admissions, then we can offer him delayed payments.

Regards,

Asim Rehman

Director, Karachi campus

Update: Posting mr Ayub Alvi’s response as received:

Dear Ali Abbas

I do not dispute your contention that “some students have been dealt with in disrespectful manner”.

You are right. The problem is that we are a nation of “wadayraas”.

Some of us like to be disrespectful and unhelpful to others (in a lower or weaker position).

Being Muslims have not changed the people of this region.

I pray that we learn to respect others. The Quran tell us “Respect humans because they are humans (and not animals)”
Ayub Alvi

Update: My response to Mr Ayub Alvi, posted as sent:

Respected Sir,

First of all I would like to thank you for taking out the time and responding to the concerns in such a prompt manner.

It is understandable that being a self funded institute the management is bound to face challenges and other such difficulties, in an attempt to contribute to which the Alumni is in the process of forming a community which would provide financial aid to those in need. This is something we picked up from OSAF which is managed by FAST-Lahore alumni since 1996.

Sir, I would very respectfully negate you on one point. This is not an one-off issue, there have been several such incidents where the students have been dealt with in an inappropriate or more clearly stated dis-respectful manner. The processes and flaws of the system are understandable but sir respect and being ethical is human basics.

The financial aide policy was part of the entire issue, the other being the level and manner in which the correspondence took place. I am sure you will agree with me that the matter and other issues like this can be handled in a more organized and polite manner.

The students ought to be treated well, respect is a give and take thing sir.

I thank you once again for responding back, your reply is really appreciated.

Regards,
Ali Abbas.

Okay so Mr Ayub Alvi has responded to my letter, posting it as received:

Dear Mr. Ali Abbas

Thanks for writing a long letter describing your perceptions as well as suggestions for improvements in the university system.

We appreciate suggestions for betterment, irrespective of where they come from.

May I clarify that same rules apply to all campuses. There is no difference in policies for the four campuses.The problem which has been highlighted by an alumni and is running around in cyber space appears to be a one-off.

The university entertains all requests that appear to be genuine. Perceptions of individuals may differ but someone has to be delegated responsibility.The perception of the person responsible has to be respected.

The university survives on the fee income received from its students. There is no financial assistance from the government nor from any other philanthropic organization.

FAST-NU can admit only a limited number of financially challenged students, and it is doing so.

Even the complainant is reported to have been studying on financial assistance provided by the university.

Rest assured that university is trying its best to impart quality education to its students, while remaining within its financial limits.

Ayub Alvi

In continuation to the Open letter written to director FAST-Khi I have sent a detailed mail to the respected Rector, Dean and Registrar. Following is a copy of the mail, I will update if further correspondence takes place.

Aoa Sir,

Hope you are doing well. Let me introduce myself as a concerned Fastian, I graduated from FAST-Khi back in 2009 but due to many friends in the university and my keen interest to stay connected I have been receiving news of the happenings. What really shocks me is the rapid change in attitude that this university is undergoing which has its affect not only on the current students but also on the university repute altogether. FAST is one of the most respected educational institution of Pakistan, I take great pride in associating myself with FAST-Khi but sir I am not sure in which direction this organization is headed and its future looks not so very bright at the moment.

I am sure there must be some system in place which takes care of the need to communicate all policy changes on a uniform basis? The issue in question here is about the financial loan policy, which according to students of FAST Lahore and Islamabad is available for them while according to the Director of FAST-Khi it is not an option. I must pause and add here that the current prospectus mentions financial aid to students in need. So you see sir, there is clearly a clash of policies which raises questions in the minds of students and parents alike. If it is a campus based policy then it must be made clear to the students, if not then it must be mentioned in the prospectus.

This however is just a small view of the big picture, a rather alarming issue is the manner in which student problems are dealt with. Being such a well reputed university it is common sense to have a positive and smiling approach towards students. After all these very students will go on to become the representatives and ambassadors of FAST . I would like to draw your attention towards a recent event that took place in the main campus of FAST-Khi and has caused some stir and concern amongst the students and parent alike which concerns serious lack of management and information on the university policies.
I would really appreciate if you can give a quick read to an Open letterwritten to the director of FAST-Khi in order to grasp the particular event and the situation at large. Be rest assured that this is just one of the many instances that has surfaced and problems like this are occurring regularly.

I will like to extend this one step further however and would like to make a few suggestions to be implemented for the betterment of this institution. The first and foremost requirement sir is the need to provide a proper platform from where the voice of students can be brought to the concerned authorities. I suggest establishment of a students affair department (one already present in Islamabad campus) which acts as a bridge between the students and the top management. It is important that the students do not feel deserted and have atleast someone to look up to in time of needs. Secondly sir there is the need to induce some proper system for the transparency of policies across all campuses. I am sure there must be some sort of system in place but it is clearly not getting the job done. Last but not the very least sir, we need to have a forum/Fanpage/Group where students faculty and management can interact (moderated of course to maintain a civilized approach) this would again enable you to view perspectives of both students as well as the faculty.

I am sure you are always working towards the betterment of this organization and surely you have done a lot for the students, therefore I maintain a strong faith that this letter will not go in vain. Myself and other true Fastians are genuinely concerned for the future of FAST and would love to contribute in any way possible. This sir is a sincere attempt on positive criticism and I am certain that it will be taken in the same manner by you and other respected authorities. However I apologize in advance for anything that may you may find inappropriate.

Hoping for some sort of counter measure actions to be taken.
Regards,
Fastian.

Original Link: http://www.mera-vision.com/2011/08/03/policy-clashes-and-managerial-issues/

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An open letter to the director of FAST Karachi – From Ali Abbas

This post is published by a great fastian who believe that FAST Khi system should be changed and we all should support him.

This is an open letter for Mr Asim-ur-Rehman who is currently the director of FAST-NU Karachi campus. I have no idea if this post will ever reach to him or if he would even read this (assuming he is always so busy in day dreaming) but I would really like my Fastian friends to spread the word in an attempt for getting this in the lime light. I am copying a draft of the original email received from a fellow Fastian in order to highlight the main issue.

“A relative, who’s son has been admitted to the BS program at FAST contacted me a few days back to discuss the matter. The gentleman, like most parents these days was worried about the exorbitant amount of fee being charged at the university. He told me that he had exhausted all his options to arrange the fee, but was unable to do so. Being family, he wanted to discuss if there was an option he could get a concession in the fee or at least, pay the fee in installments – his hope rooted in the false promise the university makes in its prospectus that it denies no student an admission because of financial reasons. Even though I have experienced FAST to be quite an apathetic institution with regards to its students/alumni, I hoped that the problem would be solved to some extent, at least. However, the university’s handling of the issue was absolutely pathetic. For starters, they didn’t pick up their phones (I personally made more than 50 calls at 6 or 7 different numbers in two days and got ONE of them answered). When one the guys did pick up from the accounts department, he expressed his complete lack of knowledge on anything related to the university and advised me to come over to the main campus. I visited the main campus this morning with the kid’s father (and the amount he was able to arrange). After getting a flat ‘not my domain’ answer from the manager academics, we were directed to contact the director, Mr. Asim Ur Rehman for the matter. I am very sorry to say that Mr. Asim’s words were extremely disappointing and totally inappropriate for a teacher. Not only did he reject all our requests to pay the fee in installments, he recommended the kid’s father to sell his house ornaments to get the remaining money. He clearly stated that if you can’t arrange the money, please don’t send your son here. When I mentioned the prospectus claiming that no student is rejected admission for financial reasons, he simply sat with a blank face. Upon his total rejection and apathy, when we request him to at least allow us an extra day to arrange the money, he said “You know, a bird in hand is better than two in the bush. I would not hold the seat if someone else comes to me with the money. You have to pay in full, there is absolutely no option”. I hope you can imagine the shock I had hearing a teacher referring to students as his prey, being a hunter.The kid’s father is disappointed that his son would not be able to attend the university, but to people with limited financial problems such disappointments are a routine. However, he was totally surprised and shocked to hear the words of the director, a “teacher”, which befit a petty shopkeeper. To see teachers upholding money over all other matters was troubling. In a way, I am glad that the kid would not be studying under such influences, I wonder the values they’d impart on him. Blatant lying, apathy and dishonesty. He could ‘learn’ that anywhere – his father shouldn’t pay a 100K now and then 80K every six months for that.”

Sir, I respect your position (that of a teacher) but really at the moment I want to curse you, slap you in the face and then drag you in-front of the father you insulted. Really? Is that the way to respond to a person who is trying to get his child a proper education? Do you have zero moral values? Did you even give a seconds thought before saying such a thing? Do you have any idea how much pain and embarrassment you caused to the father? Do you even know to what extent an average man goes just to fulfill his family needs? Was there really no other way to reject their plea for help? Okay you could do nothing about the fee schedule but at the very least you could have responded in a polite and humane manner?

I am pretty much sure you are aware of the reputation that follows you, students and teachers alike are fed up with you and your ignorant attitude. If you are not responsible enough to carry out the responsibilities of a Director then at least have the conscience to resign from your post and go back to the sluggish routine of yours which people term as teaching. (I have taken his course so I know what I am saying). This incident is just an apt example of your mental state which is nothing but sick and God have mercy on this institution and its future if it is continued to be administered by people such as you. Personally I feel you are not even qualified enough to become a teacher, no doubt you have a PHD and a Masters degree but is that all which counts? You clearly lack key communication skills such as even delivering your point to the students in an acceptable manner. Your voice is so bleak that it seems it is coming out of a pit hole, and I seriously doubt the people who made the decision to appoint you to this post. I am certain they too are now regretting the decision.

There is so much more I wish to say, but I guess there is no use. You sir are nothing but an cold block of ice. Ignorant and selfish, immune to any human feelings and or emotions. I really hope that one day you realize what you have done, and that day you beg for redemption but get none. Seriously you are a disgrace to the name of this prestigious institution. God bless Fast and Fastians

Original  Link: http://www.mera-vision.com/2011/08/01/open-letter-fast/

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The Circle of Life

July 30, 2011 12 comments

The Circle of Life

Finally! graduation is complete and we got our bachelor’s degree. Mission accomplished with a job and a promise of giving handsome salary in hand. Everyone is finally settled so, now what? Is this supposed to be like this?

I was hearing a song named “The circle of life” and had this thought into my mind that what’s so special about whatever we have done so far. What’s the purpose of all this? Did we ever try to understand the reason of being here? I believe that after studying from one of the top university, we are not common people and there is something bigger which we haven’t figured it out yet. God has given us a lot and there must a reason which we all should think about it.

Each year thousands of graduates wear gown, get degrees, return their gown and go home. Next year same system is going to repeat with new faces and hope. A complete well-mannered system is written for us and it’s repeating persistently with different faces every year.

We get a job at the end of our graduation and are called software engineers. We spend time daily from morning to evening and then go back home. At the end of the month we get a salary and we throw a party and live a happy life. In a year, we get a title of senior software engineer and then project manager.  Meantime someone else gets our old designation and then a day will come when we will be ditched out as a retired engineer. They will replace us and others will replace them. Isn’t our life confined into circle of these so called complex routines? From morning to evening to goodnight, we are just part of this system and one day we all are going to die and people are going to forget us and system will replace us by others.  That’s how the nature works. That’s how the circle of life drives.

Only those are remembered who indeed forced themselves to be the change they wanted to see in the world. Only those are remembered who indeed did something precious for the society, for the county, for the world, and for the greater humanity and that is the actual responsibility of those un-common people because with great power comes with great responsibility. They were chosen to be one of those who were supposed to take care of common people. That’s how nature balances itself.

We are among those fortunate who got chance to live the best life. We studied in best school, college, and university. Our parents invested hell a lot of money not because, after graduation, we live an easy life. You are not a person who lived a poor life and there must be a reason. You are the chosen one and yet you haven’t figured it out yet. Today we all work for western people. Name a single software house or organization, running by us, for which westerns are working? Name a single software house or organization that doesn’t work for them? Why? Because they realized this long ago that they are not common people. They created obstacles for us, and they let us feel that we are only slaves and that we can’t get success because we aren’t the chosen one. We are those frustrated, demotivated people who are living a dead life because we neither have strong will power nor dedication.

I believe the only ingredient that improvises the idea of being prosperous in life is dedication & having strong will power. Until and unless you are not going to follow it you can’t get success. This is the only path which will lead you to the idea where thousands of common people will get a chance of survival. I have seen people who just talk and talk but they don’t have implementation perhaps their will power is not strong enough or they aren’t dedicated at all. They have potential but they don’t have guidance or support or they don’t know how to build that bridge through which they are going to see that success path. Others give up just because of a failure. Remember one thing; a failure shall not affect the entire future.

I believe you don’t need guidance or support but if you are getting it then you are lucky. The only thing that counts is “believe in you”. If you believe in yourself then regardless of billion failures you are going to achieve it.

We people are so lazy that we wish to have everything without having passion to have it. We do think that we are going to do this or that thing but then we stuck and forget about it and then one day we realize that we are a looser. We go into a depression and when others ask we say I never got such guidance or support or resources. Remember I told you; you are lucky if someone is guiding or supporting you. This is a bonus point but if you are not having it then it doesn’t mean that you are below the curve. Everyone gets equal points in this world. Total net package is always equal but points are simply unevenly distributed. You just need to figure it out the best of you in it. Success is only going to follow those who truly desire for it. Your passion is what tells the intensity of having it. Aim for big but always work on one block at a time. If you have a desire to develop a top iPhone game then go for it. Remember, you will face the resistance because in this world there is no such ideal thing. You are going to listen that hey there are 71 thousand games on iPhone app store. What is the probability that your game will be selected for top 10 games? Aren’t you wasting your time? If that happens then show them (flex) because if you give up then there is no difference between you and that common person.

Initiating something is always the biggest problem that we face. We don’t know where to start or we just find it difficult. As I said before, break your idea into blocks and complete block by block. Builders don’t build entire building in a day. They know their target. They have plans and final rendered image of that building but observe, they will always start from zero. They put one block at a time and they persistently do it until their idea or aim comes into existence. Second problem that we face is time. Time is the biggest obstacle and barrier. Remember, time is not going to stop for you. It’s your responsibility how you manage your time.

You will feel tired and people will say you to have rest. This is where the intersection of two different path lies. You are standing at a point from where two different path leads. One is for common people and other one requires greater dedication. Your will power will become vulnerable and you will feel attraction towards easy path. Your heart will be filled with desire to go and have a long sleep. Your body temperature will be lowered and stream of blood passing through veins will force you to accept what your heart is filled with. This is the time where your dedication and believe will call you. Deep down in lobe of your brain an idea in the form of neural pattern will call you. You will be in a position where you will need to make a choice and this will be the time where you will need to go against your will and you will choose the hard path and yes, you have built successfully your first block of that bridge. Yes, your will power is now overwhelmed by an idea of doing something big and bandwidth of your blood flow is upsurge. You just crossed the alternate universe – The universe which is defined to work for greater humanity.

“With great power comes with great responsibility. Remember, you are not a common person”

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Batch 07 – My Last Note :(

Last Day Love From Fastians

Last Day FB Statuses From Fastians

Earlier this morning, I woke up and it was 7:30am and I said to myself, “Shit! Point phir se miss hogia”. But then, a bitter fact came into my mind, a very not-acceptable fact that changed my life in a day, a realization that I am done with FAST, that now i have no official classes, quizzes or assignments. No deadlines to meet, no more projects (except HPC and FYP which is still due :D). No teacher is gonna say me that, “hey! you are late”, “Mr 90 you are disturbing the class”, “Mr 90 I’ll simply ask you to leave”, “Aap please class se bahar chale jayen”.

I then opened my facebook account and lots of statuses (some of them are shared on top), notes, and videos.

(Thank you Yousuf Fazal for dedicating video to us.)

I don’t have words to say right now because I actually cried after watching that video. I want to say thanks to Yousuf Fazal, Saad Zaman, Samiullah, Tanveer, Wasay, Sam Devilz, Saifi, Areej, Mandvia, Zaid, Naveed Nadeem, Ahad, Ali Iftikhar, Maisam, Asad Memon, Farrukh Ahmed, Apple, Bilal Sheikh, Akif, Murtaza, Guddu & Sam, Arqam, Tabish, Niyaz, Taha Rafiq, Green, Basit, Irtaza, Junaid, Adil, Moiz, Ali Riaz, FTM, Ahsan, Hamza, Ali Shah, Ammar Amjad, Aqib, Arun, Ebaad, Haris, Charsi, Bantu, Ballu, Hafiz Hassan, Ali Raza, Taha Munir, Saad Siddique, Nerd, Baqir, Fahad Iddress, Zohaib Rehan (Sorry for adding you intentionally at the last day :P), Anum Sayanni, Salma Hanif, Tasmiyah Iqbal, Mehwish, Fatima, and umm my ami and my brothers for being so supportive and helpful at every single point of my life, for changing and making my life so awesome. I don’t even exist without you and I love you most. Thank you all for giving me so much respect and honor. I was null without you guys. You guys are the most impressive, excellent, talented, and amazing people of Pakistan.

4 years before when I came in FAST, I was the most dullest student. My IQ was low, my GK was zero, I was bad in English (still sucks!). It was hard for me to adjust Why? because I didn’t like the FAST awam. I thought I was in Jail and it was impossible for me to survive, but now I can proudly say that i was so wrong 😀 FAST actually changed my life, my perception, my way of treating others, my thinking process, thus everything from appearance to personality (the complete me).

I don’t want to bore you guys so my last message to all of you;

“Always respect your parents, teachers, and your elders. You are here (in this world) for a reason. Live your life and don’t just spend it. Do something special which can be remembered after you are gone. Never regret about anything because everything happens for a reason. Always say thanks to Almighty Allah and remember everyone in your prayers. Be optimist, help others, and contribute to this nation in any form (not in population sense). Be a change that you want to see in the world. Thats all my friends 🙂 forgive me If I have ever hurt you. FAST Rocks, Pakistan Zindabad. Bye Bye”

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March – The Month of Opportunities

March 2, 2011 5 comments

Hi, I hope your exams went awesome 😛 and your life is going smooth and even if its not going the way it should, nothing to lose friends. Don’t regret anything, there are hell a lot of opportunities and as I say always, there is always a reason for whatever happens. Anyways, I think I am going bit out of context so let me converge myself to this very special topic, which I am calling “March – The Month of Opportunities”. Yes! This is the month in which you can show your talent, or skills, or you can impress anyone you want.

Let me ask you a very simple question. Assume that you are a boss of some ABC Company and you are in a recruitment process. In front of you, two smart people are sitting. One is damn good in C++ and fluent English speaker and other one is not only good in C++ but he also knows PHP, and ASP, and got some designing and animation sense. In short, he is all-rounder. Which one will you hire? (Think about it)

In this modern and fast world, multiple skill sets are very important. What If a company hires you as a C++ developer because you are good in C++ and suddenly recession comes and Company thinks to fire those who are not all-rounder (Job Enrichment), which means they are gonna fire you. And believe me that happens often so, having multiple skills is essential if you are either going to do job in some ABC Company or thinking to start your own business.

So, never restrict yourself. Obviously, you have to do specialization in something but try to learn subset of everything. Thats what all-rounders do. They are perfect developers but they also know designing or animation or blogging and list goes on and on. If you ask them to work with game developers, or with animators or with anyone, they would be happy to join them until and unless they have that skill set.

Now, what a smart person would do? He would definitely think of how to expand his knowledge, perhaps by participating in various different kinds of events or by assigning subset of time to different skill set on daily basis or by exploring the world of geeks.

I called this month (March 2011) the month of opportunities because I believe this month is going to give you hell lot of opportunities. You have so many things to do so wake up, prepare yourself and participate, show the world that you are the best developer, designer, animator, blogger, and you are simply the best all-rounder. Don’t think because its time to do something.

March 04, 2011 – March 07, 2011 (72 Hour GameDev Competition)

4th March starts from this Friday, Its a 72 hour game development competition. This is a great head-start for those who are interested in game development and even for those who are not interested at all. You can’t judge anything unless you taste it.

3 Week Training Program (Nucleus & Webwave) – Starting from March 07, 2011

This program will teach you variety of skills i.e. PHP, HTML, PHOTOSHOP, CSS, PHP Frameworks, Security, Search Engine Optimization and what not. Yet again, great head-start for all students.

Developers Day – March 16, 2011

If you are a true Innovator, then this platform would give you an opportunity to show the world that you are not just a piece of crap. Prove the world, and convince them by showing that you are the best developer, or hacker or anything you are good at. Show the world the projects you have made so far. Attend Tech Talks and If you are ready to graduate then there is this Job Fair, which will help you in finding job.

Phew! So many assignments, quizzes and now these events… Tired?? Don’t worry a most awaited event, a great wonderful night with perfect dinner and entertainment is waiting for you.

Annual Dinner – 19th March

If you are interested in meeting with Alumni Or If you want to see real, smart FASTians, wearing formal suit? 😀 then you must attend this wonderful, memorable night, which you are definitely going to remember in your life.

Unilympics – This March

The Unilympics is an all Karachi Mega Sports Event. FIVE sports to battle for, FIVE gold medals to die for; Futsal, Volley ball, Basketball, Throw ball, Table Tennis.

So, prepare yourself and participate in every single event. Don’t think, just do it.

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WikiRebels – The documentary

December 16, 2010 Leave a comment

When you cross the line you face the consequences

It has been reported that WikiLeaks has revealed more secrets in three years then the rest of world news agencies.

“We should condemn the disclosure of any classified information by any individuals or organizations” – White House

Julian Assange, revolting against the power for a very long time. When he was in Australia he got a name of “Mendax” for being a highly skilled hacker. He was charged with 20 different types of hacking and so he found himself in a court pleading guilty.

In 2006, Assange and his team build a special web service “WikiLeaks.org” exclusively for people who want to report abuses of power.

A great documentary of how WikiLeaks.org was formed, how they exposed and how Government responded.

 

“With great power comes great responsibility. It is our responsibility to change this world and to make this world a better place”

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