"It ain't easy, being me
Will I see the penitentiary, or will I stay free."
- Social inequalities
- mental illnesses (50% of the population)
- illiteracy - Poverty
- Corruption in every field
- One of the worst educational systems in the world
- Corrupted legal system
- No justice - Moroccan courts took an average of 3 years before spitting out a verdict, on a given case. So many people choose not to sue because they all know how hard it is to get justice back. Further, even with a verdict in your favour, it might take years to actually see it take effect in real life. This is because the branch tasked with enforcing courts decisions is rotten as well, and it can keep indefinitely delaying the process.
- Identity crisis
- Men and women (30yrs old to 40) who still live with their parents - Fake people, fake religion, fake culture
- Rape (muslim countries are the first ranked in rape... I'm sure that the religion has something to do with that)
- Forced mariage of 13 years old girls to their 60years uncles (real facts)
- Journalists jailed for speaking the truth
- Police is the real gang - It’s not uncommon to find a unusually well-paid state or private employee who didn’t graduate from high school ! (Stupid kids with rich parents)
The indigenous people of Morocco, (Berbers) haven't got there dues. Their language, culture, and values were marginalized in the favor of the government-enforced languages, culture, and values.
I can't talk about the people in power (castle as we call it here, parliamentary, judges, ministers...) because I'm already under investigation but I'm sure you can imagine that their only job is to steal, nothing else
Moroccans has been ranked the 1st dishonest people in the world (You can't trust your own family most of the time)
Welcome to Morocco 🇲🇦
Blad L97ab (Rjal w 3yalat) ta wa7d mab9at 3ndo karama...
I'm mad at the whole fucking system 🖕