He said in answer to a question presented to him by one of his imitators about his opinion on the upcoming parliamentary elections, that the election is a national necessity should not alienate
them , and therefore changing the situation of the people is vested in good choice for people to representatives of qualified faithful Trustees who prefer the people's interests over private , sectarian and party interests.
The Government has managed to alienate
its entire workforce.
"How to Lose Friends & Alienate
People" fully lives up - or down - to its title.
If you want to lose friends and alienate
people then buy them a ticket to this film - it's just not as smart or funny as you hope.
Mr Smith, chairman and chief executive of Intandem Films, who led the financing, said: "How to Lose Friends and Alienate
People represents exactly the type of film which Intandem likes to bring to distributors - a strong commercial project with an experienced producer and a high level of cast and crew.
OR MAYBE HE DIDN'T WANT TO DRAW ATTENTION TO APPOINTMENTS THAT WOULD ALIENATE
HIS CONSERVATIVE BASE.
In contrast, a CEO who says business is great when the company is facing real problems is going to alienate
a lot of analysts.
In an open letter last week, the former minister accused the federal government of planning to alienate
around 40,000ha of land occupied by the Malaysia Armed Forces to three private individuals.
Posting too many photos might alienate
people, according to one study that looked at 508 Facebook users.
ANTI-HERO Simon Pegg as Sidney and Kirsten Dunst as Alison in How to Lose Friends and Alienate
SIMON Pegg's eagerly-anticipated new film How to Lose Friends & Alienate
People is to have a charity premiere in Birmingham next Tuesday in aid of Cure Leukaemia.
"The idea of taking a traditional tale and retelling it is fine, but it should not alienate
parts of the workforce.
The "Governator" would have been hard pressed to find any candidate more certain to inflame and alienate
the people who elected him to office.