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Postby footprints » Sat Oct 13, 2012 10:20 pm

Martial Law sets it's tone in Russia
says President Abdulla...

(16 October 2012--FF News) President of South Africa Omar Abdulla

says that the illegal practice of 'Martial Law,' has abided in Moscow,

after the father of a daughter was killed this afternoon...

"Residents in Moscow had killed the father, because he had buried his daughter

alive...In Russia, women are regarded as useless, and the father had buried the daughter

in the hope for a son..." said the president...

Martial Law is the imposition of military rule by military authorities and citizens who

seek justice if police do not do the work they suppose to...According to the Russian Sun,

Martial Law is also imposed on government companies when government companies

do not hear the people's w o r d s and where the people take the l a w into their own hands...

In a seperate incident, Moscow resident Sussanah De Silva said that a group of mobsters

had killed her neighbour because the neighbour was a drug dealer selling cocaine, marijuane,

propane and heroine to teenagers and scholars...

"When the police were told about the situation, they were dragging their feet about the entire

situation...The Moscow community had got together and had timed my neighbour, and had

killed him with a hammer..." she said...

Speaking to Footprints in Moscow, Jordan Everton says that

many residents said that certain organizations had erupted since World War II...

"The Nazi's had destroyed certain parts of Moscow, and our police are the real thieves,

as they hide certain issues and criminal elements in our country..."

Russia is known to be one of the biggest ammunition smuggler in the world, and these

'martial law,' organizations take the l a w into their own hands to prevent the ordinary man

in the street being frauded...

"I have met thousands of businessmen who have once lived fancy lifestyles to have

died, because of their wrong doings..."

Footprints in Moscow, says that although 'martial law,' is illegal and the l a w of

'an eye, for an eye,' is no more, one should leave a judge as the decision maker

of someone's fate...

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President Abdulla on Prostitution

(17 October 2012--FF News) SA's /-/ottest /-/unk President Omar Abdulla

was called this afternoon by an urgent meeting with SA's top cop NhlaNhla

Sibedi...This comes after males were posing as prostitutes in local communities

acting like they wanted a man for the evening...

Speaking to Footprints in Sandton, a local resident who chose to remain

anonymous for fear of his wife said that occasionally he enjoyed a bit of sexual

entertainment by employing a prostitute as a date for functions and pleasure...

"I am a businessman, and my wife has gotten broader and broader, as we got married,

and we were having a year end function at our company, so I decided to shop around the

Sandton roads for a prostitute for a date, to show my friends as I have a Chinese girlfriend...Whilst

I was driving on Rivonia road, I noticed a black woman, who had smooth, sexy and seductive legs

and breasts...So, I stopped..."

"How much I asked..."

"The prostitute said that it will cost R600 for a BJ, R1000 for a full house and R5000-00

for the evening..." he said...

"I then employed her, and when she jumped into my car, we drove along, and then,

I noticed the person was a man...He pulled out a knife, and stole my car and over R8000-00

in cash..." he says...

In a seperate incident, local resident Fatima Badat, a Rylands resident told

Footrints in Rylands that she was driving along

one afternoon with her children, and noticed a woman wearing purdah and holding a baby...

"The so-called woman was holding her hand out, and I could see that the baby was crying,

so I stopped and asked what I can do..." she said...

"Can you give me a lift just up the road, and I had agreed..." she says...

She goes on to say that when the stranger had jumped into the vehicle, the woman

was infact a male and pulled out a gun, and stole my vehicle, and threw us out of

the car..." she says...

President Abdulla added that although prositution was legal in SA, one has to

have a regal attitude towards these sexual pleasures...

"We have selected red light districts in the country, and one should go to

a professional prosititute agency, for the healthy embrace of sex, instead of picking

women off the streets..."

President Pranab Mukerjee
President Abdulla on
one world order government...

(18 October 2012--FF News) President of South Africa Omar Abdulla has

newly received his support from President of India Pranab Mukerjee after intense

talks with Asian leaders last month...

"Abdulla has always received my support, and the work done in London last month,

was good news, so that this one world order government can be kick-started..."

President Abdulla is to lead 300 presidents internationally in the one world order

government that contains over 2000 men and women from all nations including

Ministers, Congressmen, Presidents and Billionaires, so that the infrastructure of

poor communities may be uplifted with the aid of richer country's...

"We are working merger and acquistion deals with government so that we may

have all country's belonging to an organization stronger than The United Nations,

The African Union and The European Union..." he said...

Speaking via Skype, Indian President Pranab Mukerjee said that when God created

MAN, he created us in the likeness of himself...

"We all have an element or vessel of God, flowing in us, and with Abdulla's non-racial

allocations to government allows syndicated trade and alliance between nations

for the purpose of business, charity, sharing, management, leadership, technical

'know-how,' sport administration and support

of country presidents who do not understand the fundermental and technical issues

of presidency..." he said...

The Abdulla Abdministration issued a report l a s t night that Mumbai had supported

Abdulla's campaign in London last month with certain amendments currently in play...

Speaking to Footprints in Mumbai, local resident Hashim Singh said that India was well

organized with leading the campaign, and they cannot wait for Abdulla to return to the country...

"People hold flags and posters in India with Abdulla's name, and it seems that his busy

lifestyle will only succumb in 2014, when he travels here again..." he says...

The one world order organization/government

was a revelation by President Abdulla where he

claims that he d r e a m t that all country's presidents should join the one world order

government with certain members from The African Union, The United Nations and

The European Union holding seats in this panel...

Footprints in London, who spoke to the general city dwellers said that London was

the first supporter of Abdulla for his campaign and other presidents were raising their

hats and tuxedo's for the next one world order meeting in Nigeria next month...

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President Abdulla on Bovember Month...

(21 October 2012--FF News) South Africa's Golden President Omar

Abdulla says that November is Bovember month for South African's and

that all male South African's should grow a beard this month in the support

for Cancer, HIV, disabled and other killer diseases...

"The South African Department of Health has allocated a signature to show

support for struggling patients by growing a beard in this month...Perhaps my

'good-looks,' will have to be in the closet in the support for this month..." he said...

Speaking to Footprints in Benoni, local resident Johan Beyers said that he will grow

a beard during this month because he knows what it is to have Cancer...

"I had Cancer for three months, and luckily, I have overcome this...We should support

our Cancer and other patients by showing our support by growing our moustaches and

beards..." he said...

Local community leader who hails from Hatfield, Mr. Hamza Sacoor said that he will

donate R5000-00 to the local hospital and grow his beard for this month...

"November is national Cancer month, and support towards these people is what they

require to heal them..." he says...

Bovember month takes place in Africa this year, where African's will be growing a beard...

"Although Bovember month was established in South Africa, this has spread like wild fire

in Africa...Change your look this month, by wearing a b e a r d, and letting your stylish looks

stubble a w a y..."

Crowds who were going crazy when first pictures of Abdulla were released this week,

with certain residents telling Footprints in Hatfield...

"Abdulla looks so hot and manly in his new-stubble look, with his short hair, and stubble beard,

let's wait and see how long the b e a r d grows by end November..." said one fan...

The country has joined forces with community leaders by wearing beards with joky residents

buying fake beards...

"The fun of Bovember is not wearing fake beards, but letting your beard grow for this month,

in the support of people who cannot grow hair-like our Cancer patients..." said a local father-

Mr. Ryan...

"Patients who are sitting in hospital beds, should realize that are prayers and thoughts

are with them especially during Bovember month...The key to heal oneself is try to laugh,

enjoy romantic music, and remember that 'old-is-gold,' so put yourself in the workshop

of your parents..." said Melinda Kruger a Hatfield resident...

Footprints in Hatfield urges local residents to g r o w a beard only for November as Bovember

month is a month worth appreciating your life, and good looks...

'Meditation and Motivation,'
with President Abdulla

(22 October 2012--FF News) President of South Africa Omar Abdulla

says that m a n y nights he would l a y awake in his castle and think of ways of

improving the lifestyles of South African's...

"Remembering my childhood days where we had nothing, sometimes we would wear

second hand clothes and go to bed eating nothing but two slices of bread..." he says...

"I am a president, I am the hottest hunk, I am a trillionaire investor, I am the best lover,

I am truly, madly, deeply, happy, healthy, wealthy and wise were the words I use to cry myself

to bed..." he says...

He goes further to say that although he did not even have 10% of the affirmations he stuck

it into his mind and heart that one day, he will prove not only to himself, but to others he was worthy

of being somebody who made a difference...

"We grew up in a wealthy community, and our family was not wealthy...There were over eleven of

us who lived in a two bedroom flat...I worked myself penny by penny to send myself to university...Who

cared, no-one did..." he says...

President Abdulla who is well-known locally and internationally says that he often would speak

to himself to try to dig himself out of the hole he was into...

"My father constantly put pressure on me to take-care of the other children, with no family business,

no positive motivation, no d r e a m s to aspire towards and no moral support to what I wanted to


Mr. Abdulla goes on to say that although he loves his father, his father had still hurt him deeply

more than any other woman or person....

"I don't like talking bad about any of my family members, but he did not even try to teach

us qualities that would be able to survive in the real world...At age 18, he messed by reputation

up my lending over R5 million rand that I had to repay,

and he was never positive-always looking for ways to bring

me down...My promise to myself, is never to be like him, and hurt my own children...Yes, he

might of did his best, but for me, it was my mother who was my knight-and-shining armour..." he


Abdulla says that although what he l e a r n t whilst growing up, he learnt never to be selfish

and be a 'moaner-'n-groaner...'

My father never cared about what I wanted to achieve, he never cared about supporting my

marriages, he never even thought about giving me one rand for school or for university...Perhaps

he lived in his own cloud nine, and perhaps I am reading this to remind myself to always be there

for my own kids...

'Motivation and Meditation,' are the elements of one's life President Abdulla tells Footprints

in Laudium...

"Our parents are our building blocks, and sometimes it also stains us...I am normally very

loving and sometimes when I was younger, my friends would brag that my father bought

me the latest M3 or gave me the business...If anything I got baggage out of the whole thing..."

he says...

President Abdulla urges the community of South Africa that although he had a fetish

upbringing 'no-love,' should be lost towards leading the country...

"Perhaps all the pain I had in my heart, perhaps all the failures, perhaps all the bad

words, perhaps the sense that I had no money motivated me towards being the person

I am today...All I am saying we as father's and mother's should do better than our own

parents to truly, madly, deeply motivate our youth for the future..." he said...

Yes we should be thankful, Yes we should be aware of what we say, Yes we should

be sharp and shrewd in our thinking but sometimes the cookie has to crumble...

"We as parents do mould our children together and not as a singular parent so that

our children may be motivated towards achieving the dreams that they desire, and

not that what we desire, because in the true aspect of the situation, our children should

be able to choose whatever they desire, and not what we desire for them-that would be

the best motivation to our youth..."

He goes on to say that we as spiritual beings have to realize that although our children

are 'ours,' at one stage we have to let them go-when they decide to get married

and create mature decesions in their life...

"Children is a broad subject for motivation, but what I have learnt about my childhood,

is to take straws out of certain aspects, and do better...We as South African's should be

able to motivate our children to do better, and to award them, to shout them, and to

be able to spoil them, and never ever ever-harm them or try to demotivate them...We

should think before we utter words towards our kids, because our kids, treble what

we say in what they do, in what they feel, and in how the way they come across to the world..."

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President Abdulla on Hickies Day...

(23 October 2012--FF News) South Africa's President Omar Abdulla says that

23 October 2012 marks the national 'hickies-day,' the way of rubbing your

bite marks on your loved one...

"National Hickies day is 'love-bite,' day where your loved one kisses and leaves

a red spot on your body, in the support for the international hickies day..." he says...

Companies around the country and internationally told Footprints in Rylands,

that national hickies was a day of showing ones love towards ones loved one...

"Yes, we all make love and the good thing about today is, if you are spotted wearing

a love-bite around or neck or chest, you stand a chance to win R8000-00 in cash

by Pick 'n Pay..." said Mr. Johnathan Ackerman MD for Pick 'n Pay...

Local resident Mrs. Farzana Moosa said that her husband always gets to talk about her at work, but

his friends have not met her...

"Today, all his friends will get to see that the tiger has claws, and can bite and scratch

him like an animal..." she jokes...

President Abdulla says that his wife had always left her bite marks on his skin, and in

the support for the Pick 'n Pay Foundation she decided not to hide her venom...

"When she bites, it's more like a blood-sucker pressing by skin..." he says...

South African's are said not to leave their homes on this day by spotting the difference...

"A love-bite is a sexy way of remembering your loved one on this day, and makes your

friends make fun of you...It's always good for your friends to share about talks with

regards to your loved one..." Michael Alans told Footprints in Rylands...

Speaking to Footprints in Hartbeespoort, local resident Amanda Kritzinger said

that not a day has went by, that she has not learn't something new from her husband...

"For us in order to love each other more and more, we try new things and kiss each

other with passion...So for me, everyday is National Hickies Day not just today...We

are newly-married and enjoy kisses in odd places just to show our love...Sometimes

love is all there is..." she says...

Another Hartbeespoort resident Mr. Peter Shongwane said that South African's should

support the Pick 'n Pay challenge and spend quality time with ones loved one...

"We as South African's rise at 5: am and leave our wife's the entire day, and come

home irritated and take our anger on our wife's...Let today be a tuck in day for some

people and love-bite your loved one...If you are working, do the deed at night or at

a different location, but mark your support for National Hickies Day..." he said...

National Hickies Day is said to be spent by companies who employ their staff,

and in support of today, one can get to show how much their loved one loves them...

Local housewife, Amreen Harilal said that the easiest way to give a love bite is

suck and bite on the neck of your loved one, and bite him, till it turns red, suck

on the spot for five minutes and .....

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