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  1. Dr. Strangelove

    POST-Elections 2022

    How many days left?
  2. Dr. Strangelove

    Mikati's Government - 2021

    They should invite the Geageais from the other day to the street with them. Then, maybe they'll have enough people to play an 11vs11 football match... With a referee, if they're lucky!
  3. Dr. Strangelove

    Mikati's Government - 2021

    Good ****ing riddance.
  4. Dr. Strangelove

    Mikati's Government - 2021

    Hello, kids! Did you know that precisely 89.45% of the Saudi royal family smells of rotten cabbage? It's true! Most of them are also child-fondling, keptagon-snorting, terrorist-funding perverts! What a bunch of jerks!
  5. Dr. Strangelove

    POST-Elections 2022

    Heh. If his information is right (and he's not inflating some minor politician nobody cares about), I can't imagine anyone else. "Extremism" implies the Sunni street (because Souaid would be celebrating the news if it was a Shia politician).
  6. Dr. Strangelove

    POST-Elections 2022

    And of those who do know and normally vote for him, the vast majority doesn't buy the narrative (3an 7a22 aw mesh 3an 7a22).
  7. Dr. Strangelove

    POST-Elections 2022

    The man has a lot of political influence built over years and years. Headlines come and go, but that influence is very hard to touch. Just look at the late Michel el Murr. The man was a zombie, and most had barely seen him in years - got elected bi rye7a.
  8. Dr. Strangelove

    Lebanon's Next President

    Ayya power? The FPM's power comes from the people who vote for them. Those votes are won by enacting reforms and projects. Those votes are lost when the projects don't pass. FPM's simplest path to power would have been to bring electricity. Samir said it himself - of course the FPM want the...
  9. Dr. Strangelove

    Lebanon's Next President

    Lesh min 2allak the Christians were not also part of the obstruction and corruption? The Geageais obstructed the electricity plan w 3a ras el sat7. The problem in Lebanon isn't Christians vs. Muslims. It is reformists vs. status quo.
  10. Dr. Strangelove

    Lebanon's Next President

    I know they are doing it now. Ma that's what I'm telling you. The position is a death trap unless you have half+1 MPs all by yourself, and nobody can achieve that.
  11. Dr. Strangelove

    Lebanon's Next President

    Killed? We got him to the presidency because we didn't understand how handicapped it was. It was simply one next step to enacting our agenda - the same reason for anyone to want the "chair".
  12. Dr. Strangelove

    Lebanon's Next President

    The state will collapse and everybody will point at the president and shout, "ahd el inhiyar!" In fact, this will happen even if the president was the one being obstructed, and the ones doing the shouting will be the schemers who obstructed you.
  13. Dr. Strangelove

    POST-Elections 2022

    Pierre Bou Assi is the archetypal Geageai. No manners whatsoever. Cannot stop himself from spewing sectarian nonsense all the time. Carries a gun to compensate for his lack of intelligence (and probably for something else - but only a Geageai would look at the size of his **** and assume that is...
  14. Dr. Strangelove

    Lebanon's Next President

    I disagree with so much of your post that I don't know where to start... So I won't. 😁
  15. Dr. Strangelove

    Lebanon's Next President

    Nobody has a plan except a tiny handful of parties. The vast majority only cares about obstructing everything so that the status quo that allows them to steal so much money/enact foreign agendas doesn't change. Even what you mentioned in that last sentence - they will obstruct it because it...
  16. Dr. Strangelove

    Lebanon's Next President

    You can block (sometimes) but you cannot pass anything. A president will be wanting to enact his plan for the country. Baddo ymashe el 2osas, mesh ywa22ef. Blocking doesn't help him at all, not in the slightest.
  17. Dr. Strangelove

    Lebanon's Next President

    @Aegon @flag-waver Guys, we weren't kidding when we said the president can't do shit in this system. Even if someone with the competence to fix the economy gets the position, irrespective of their political affiliation or lack thereof, they will quickly discover that they are fighting...
  18. Dr. Strangelove

    Lebanon's Next President

    Good point. Yikes, close one too. These elections will be make-or-break for almost everyone involved, and on so many levels. Personally, I don't see FM maintaining their number (they've been on a steady decline since 2006). Also, aren't Marada only 3 MPs, or is my memory failing me?
  19. Dr. Strangelove

    US Sanctions on Lebanese politicians - Magnitsky Act [updated list in OP]

    Don't kid yourself. The US is just protecting its mafia state puppet. Jamil el Sayed is being sanctioned to protect Nabih Berri's hold on parliament. The other two are electoral. Who cares about contractors? I want the ones who ruined my country to be held accountable - the American...
  20. Dr. Strangelove

    US Sanctions on Lebanese politicians - Magnitsky Act [updated list in OP]

    This is from a contractor perspective, but there is plenty to sanction him personally as well. You want me to believe Berri never smuggled money abroad? He's supposedly Hezbollah's biggest ally and enabler - does that not warrant a sanction by the crooked Americans? What about Joumblatt? He has...
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