About me

I’m an ordinary man who desires nothing more than just an ordinary chance to live exactly as he likes and do precisely what he wants. An average man am I, of no eccentric whim who likes to live his life free of strife doing whatever he thinks is best for him.

12 comments on “About me
  1. Thank you for your sentiments and for choosing to stand up for justice even when your livelihood and safety were at risk. You made some tough choices. The world definitely needs more people like you. I for one did not expect expats in Bahrain to speak up and jeopardise their safety and livelihoods especially since many Bahrainis choose to stay silent. You are truly an inspiration

  2. Redha Ali says:

    WE WILL NEVER FORGET YOUR STAND WITH THE HUMANTI IN BAHRAIN ! THANX !

  3. H M says:

    is there a way to contact you personally?

    if yes then i would like to request for that honor and to befriend you O’noble knight.. and if not, then all i ever wanted was to thank you gravely and personally for your stand that i pray the Almighty God rewards you the heavens for!

    pls accept my sincere thanks and appreciation on behalf of my people to your self and your wife..

    special thanks also goes to all the commentators on your blog and to the ones spreading the words of truth! May God bless you all..!

  4. Moh'd Khalil says:

    Hi Tony,

    Thank you very much from Bahrain, when I read your post of the events after the crackdown I re-lived those days of ordeal that all of us protesters had lived.
    Commenting on the lack of courtesy of the King for not apologising to his people, he doesn’t consider us (the protesters) as people, let alone his people. That notion towards us explains it all, explains the regime behaviour, its officials’ behaviour and its mercenaries’ behaviour towards the protesters.

    Thank you again.

    • Thanks so much for your comment and kind thoughts, Moh’d.
      My heart still goes out to all those brave and wonderful people who are still living in fear of arrest and attack each night from tear gas. You all deserve a leader who loves you and cares for you, not just his own family and close friends.
      God bless you all.

  5. Hussain Lover says:

    Thank you for your brave stand with Bahrain Revolution….

  6. Anonymous42 says:

    Hello Mr. Mitchell, 🙂 It has been a blast since i found this blog of yours. Keep on writing, governments fall but people and ideas of the people will never die.
    Cheerio T

  7. 14febradio says:

    Hello
    Mr. Mitchell,
    Can you see your e-mail please

  8. ZeeAlAlawi says:

    Thank you for this and hope to meet you =) I’m a Bahraini living in Australia

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