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huh? just to finger the Government?

Would you abide by speed limit to save your life and others lives; to participate in making our streets safer for the sake of being a good citizen or would you be like Khalaf and do it just to avoid speeding ticket and then to finger the government ?

Khalaf -
I mean it. Today I went to Irbid, and on the way about 8 patrols were stopping cars. As for me, I used my cruise control to adjust my speed every few minutes (whenever the speed limit changes). It took me a few minutes longer, but I managed to avoid being stopped. I have vowed that they will not take another dinar from me for any traffic violations.

Imagine if we all decide to do this. Nobody will be fined, and the government will lose the investment that it made. What better way to lift our collective middle finger to our insatiably greedy government?




He's saying it as if the government and police patrols are aliens (too much star wars?) aren't they our families, relatives and friends? Why do we look at them as strangers? and in many cases as enemy?


There is no rounds when dealing with a patrol or a government personnel; it's all about forcing the law, we are not fighting with them and they are not fighting with us; we are one big family called Jordan, they have to be good patrols and we have to be good citizens and no fingers in between.



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