Mirror Claims Madonna Left Fans Steamed, They Vent on Twitter
Published June 6th, 2012 - 07:54 GMT
Apparently all the Twitter complaining about Madonna was no more than a few tweets and the media blowing it out of proportion; 'No Soup for You' chided the Soup Nazi; and has Jordan made any real changes since the BBC report on child abuse?
Were people really getting fed up by Madonna? Did she lose fans because of her concert in the Abu Dhabi desert?
The Mirror says people were venting with anger but this blogger says it's all just a bunch of hot air.
The Soup Nazi is back!
"For those who don’t know the Soup Nazi character is a depiction of a real Middle Eastern restaurant owner in New York. Although, The Soup Nazi character is exaggerated but it has some truth about how business and customer service in the Middle East is conducted.
There are stories about some restaurant owners refusing to serve people or telling them that they don’t want to sell some individuals anymore."
" It is easy to judge and punish when we should be thinking about the reasons behind such behavior against innocent children, in order to push for change that lasts.
What is happening now, and should be happening, is that perpetrators who are discovered and incriminated of such behavior are punished by law.
In Jordan, using physical punishment to discipline children at schools, for example, is banned by law, and yet from time to time we hear about a young student hospitalized after being beaten by a teacher. This naturally implies that physical maltreatment is a widespread problem at schools and only extreme cases make it to public attention, and we have the numbers to prove that."