Ok, I'm definitely not supposed to write on my blog because guess what, I just have nothing interesting to write. That's it, that's all. Nonetheless, as I'm reading an article of the French newspaper Le Monde, I'm learning that Mahmud Ahmedinejad, the very conservative president of Iran, has a blog. No, I'm so serious! Here's the link that will bring you to Ahmadinejad's blog that can also be viewed in English.
Yes, you're going to say that Ahmedinejad is not attracted to the new technologies and that his government, which is full of idiots who pretend that they're so civilized, has done so many efforts to censor the Iranian web space (blogs, web pages, etc), just to make sure that the cultural sector is "purified" as Iran's minister of culture says it. Hey, does the previous sentences give you the envy to compare Iran (and most counries of the Muslim civilization) to the Europe of the 18th century? Let's talk about it later. Well, to be very honest with you, Mahmud Ahmadinejad's blog is just so boring to read.
Other news for today that only concern people who live in the province of Quebec. The Parti Québécois (PQ) has swept the counties of Taillon and Pointes-aux-Trembles in yesterday's by-elections without creating any surprise. Let's see if we'll have a real political fight as people love it at the National Assembly and also, let's see what André Boisclair is truly made of, because I'm sure that some supporters of the PQ don't identify Boisclair as their leader. For the moment, Jean Charest, the leader of the Liberal Party of Quebec, didn't really deliver the cake that the Quebeckers have been waiting for, as the head of the provincial government. On that note, I'd like to say that Charest actually has a huge work to do...
Anh Khoi Do, Montreal, Qc. Canada