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elias-aj

Legendary Member
You should do next year's memorial in kazadoo's studios and claim its jam packed with 10 people.
And what you should do is to call your Amal and HA buddies, and start looking for a good place where you could happily snipe and bomb yourselves to the last ones.

Militia vermins, Lebanon’s gravediggers. Bunch of psychopaths, killers and parasites, that’s what you all are.
 

freelebanonn

Legendary Member
I’ll take the party that can at least protect my private property, which obviously isn’t the FPM.
You mean the party who never won a war it initiated? From the mountain war , to east saida, to ilgha war etc. while their leader ended up in prison at the end?
 

Patriot

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
What i liked the most was the comparison jubran made between how the LF behaved 2 days ago and how the FPM behaved today. He gave the people a choice between el zo3ran wel awedim.

Not a very hard choice to make.

Honestly i found his speech to be pathetic
it's a copy paste from the speech of last year, and the year before.
understandable, the guy got nothing to show, "ne7na w henneh" on repeat.
w houe choue ? a political failure, a corrupt sanctioned hypocrite who can't even provide electricity and got parachuted into politics via his father in law and then both climbed to power by prostituting themselves and their base to a bunch of terrorists and outlaws.

You can keep that guy.
7otto mazhariyeh 3endak bel beit.
 

elias-aj

Legendary Member
I’ll take the party that can at least protect my private property, which obviously isn’t the FPM.
Yeah, Amal, LF, PSP, Marada, HA, all did show how good they were at protecting Lebanese private properties during the war. And how good they proved to be, helping FM stealing and / or looting the country right after they saudi-syrian take over.
 

shadow1

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
Yeah, Amal, LF, PSP, Marada, HA, all did show how good they were at protecting Lebanese private properties during the war. And how good they proved to be, helping FM stealing and / or looting the country right after they saudi-syrian take over.
When will you consider that the cultures prevailing in the country make it impossible to build a state? The acronyms you stated are simply the latest ones to impede building a state. And when they disappear other ones will take their place with the same exact outcome.

What that wretched country needs is a mo3tamar ta2sisi. The unfortunate thing about that is that you need a minimum degree of honesty between the power brokers in the country and that has never existed in my lifetime and nor will it exist afterwards.

Blaming this and that and excluding the party you support is a practise everyone is capable of with the same expected outcome.

Anyone who doesn't think we are heading towards a civil way is foolish. In fact we are way overdue for one.

Go on accuse me of negativity. I am still waiting for the day to apologise to everyone for being wrong.
 

sailormoon

Well-Known Member
Whoa, she can honk a horn! I’m sure that will bring the Lira back to 1,500….
That s the only thing these idiots are brave for …
Don t expect from them to bring the lira back or improve the economy , or fight corruption ( they re part of the corruption) or bring the sovereighty of lebanon ( since they lick the boots of the worst militias) or protect the lebanese people or the Christians.
all that you ll have from them is zmamir ,empty slogans akel khara and stupidity.
 

NewLeb

Active Member
You mean the party who never won a war it initiated? From the mountain war , to east saida, to ilgha war etc. while their leader ended up in prison at the end?

Mr. Bassil contradicted himself today. He denounced the actions of the Lebanese Forces, as he doesn’t believe that violence should target peaceful protests.

In the same breath, he states that Amal/Hezbollah have no right to damage property and shout sectarian slogans in neighborhoods where they have no presence in.

I don’t get it- were the protests peaceful or not? And if they weren’t, doesn’t this mean that the response by the Lebanese Force was justified and legitimate?
 

LEBANESE-CIA

Legendary Member
To be fair, Bassil stated that its not acceptable to come to ain remmeny streets and chant secterian slogans.....he also asked if it is acceptable to do that in Da7yeh streets.....but didn't have balls to say to the shi3a duo to stop their arrogance and their thugish behavior
yes to be fair ...
you can say talej abyad and talej lawno mitel el Laban : ) So the msg woslit loud and clear heida el hadaf.
This msg should propogate to all the parties an their followers, you can't enter a house and provoke its owner : ) expect a shawbak !
 

LEBANESE-CIA

Legendary Member
FB1eHqkWUAUfjR-
hala2 byetla3lak a phobic from France be jeib el mastara we bi 2ayess el screen, we bi ellak howdy 100 bass. : )
 

sailormoon

Well-Known Member
What i liked the most was the comparison jubran made between how the LF behaved 2 days ago and how the FPM behaved today. He gave the people a choice between el zo3ran wel awedim.
Spare us empty slogans w 7ake habal.
the real choice is here : either you choose to be a submissive dhimi who ll spend his life kissing the hand of the strong (syrians , hezbollah or whoever will come after) or you choose to stand against those who re oppressing you and ruining your country.
personnally i choose the second option.
 
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