I have been Aouni since General Baabda assumed power in 1988. He lost many battles during that time i didnt care, i felt he never gave up the principle and that he always had the Lebanese and Lebanon best interest At heart. But now I Unfortunately do, he privatized the foreign ministry to, love it or not, to a proxy of Iran. That put Lebanon at odd with The Iran’s arch enemy USA, a country that loan adicted Lebanon have many financial ties and dependencies.the reality of the matter is that the good people, or what remains of them in this freaking country, 2erfo. this includes FPM and FPM leaderships, bassil and the president as well. now not only we are facing the corrupt militias of the civil war, but we are also facing the stupidity of the average person as well. which makes any possibility at moving forward quite a hopeless. the best that FPM can do now is to completely withdraw from this rotten state and work towards establishing an alternative.
either way, the Lebanon we knew and hoped to preserve is completely gone, and so is our Lebanese culture and identity. now the average Lebanese went down from the educated intellectual a sandwich-priced moron abou she77ata. all the options we have left are very bitter, but much sweeter than the shitty reality we are facing.
if i was in GMA's stand i would resign and dedicate my time and connections to organize a peaceful exodus for the people who are genuinely seeking a better life. things have gone out of control inside the country and the compasses have gone crazy. ...
The country is being drained financially much faster than Anyone ever predicted . Chaos and confusions in the streets due to lack of liquidity and trust in the banking system contrasted by a president noxious in his inability to address the financial and geopolitical situation and steer the country clear from an avoidable and unnecessary ruins. He is subdued because he thinks he owes Hizbollah for his presidency. But he forgot the people he supposed to lead. We wanted you president because we believed you gonna fight corruption. We want a prosperous independent country. We dont wanna liberate Gaza. We dont wanna be another Gaza. We are weaker than a spider Webb and We dont wanna be a failed state. We dont wanna be led by Religious fanatics. I never thought i would ever think of General Michel Aoun this way but. Michel Aoun is passively leading us to anarchy.
if i were him i would be pro Hirak, he doesn't owe this rotten system anything. Starting with the civil marriage on forward with canceling the Cairo agreement that’s preventing the Lebanese police from entering the criminal haven refugee camps. I know that the President doesn’t have these rights and privileges. but he has the voice to support and to get the conversation going. The least he should if nothing else worked is to delcare a intermediate technocratic government and resign.