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FPMers, then and now: A history of self-contradictions.

manifesto

Well-Known Member
#1
This thread aims to expose the hypocrisy of some Oroom members, and the paradigm shift in their opinion regarding the Muslim Brotherhood and The Future Movement.



 
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  • Iron Maiden

    Well-Known Member
    #2
    Where do u see anyone endorsing the ideas of al jama3ah al islamiya. For the 100th time this electoral law is flawed in the way it forces parties to work together in order to get enough votes. You want fpm to go at it alone to satisfy some fantasy you hold abt purity of politics. We want fpm to get mps instead of pdp, lf, fm, rifi, amal and so on..

    Get over it, ask for a better law for the next elections cycle.
     

    manifesto

    Well-Known Member
    #3
    Not one of these very outspoken members bothered question Aoun's alliance with Jama3a, but when Geagea did it, all hell broke loose.
     

    manifesto

    Well-Known Member
    #4
    From "Jama3a and ISIS are two sides of the same coin" to "we need every seat we can have, even if that meant allying with Jama3a "
     

    Dark Angel

    Legendary Member
    #6
    This thread aims to expose the hypocrisy of some Oroom members, and the paradigm shift in their opinion regarding the Muslim Brotherhood and The Future Movement.

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    if only people's votes were weighted by their IQ scores.

    let me give you a free advice, if you try to act like a smart ass without being smart, you will come across as just an ass.
     

    JB81

    Legendary Member
    #8
    Being on a list with some groups under this law can barely said alliance. FPM will be voting for their candidates. Hey, even FPM on the same list see each other as opponents lol @ Aswad vs Bou Zeid.


    However, nothing wrong with changing your views. It is healthy to evolve, change perspective, wider the compass instead of me vs. the other.
     

    The Jade

    Legendary Member
    #9
    Just out of curiosity, for FPMers hiding behind the "this is just an electoral alliance" lie, who are FPM's allies?
     

    JB81

    Legendary Member
    #10
    Just out of curiosity, for FPMers hiding behind the "this is just an electoral alliance" lie, who are FPM's allies?
    FPM allies are the parties or independent personalities whom are joining Strong Lebanon block (Tashnag Frem ect.). Everyone else are potential partners where FPM could work with on certain mutual issues
     

    The Jade

    Legendary Member
    #11
    FPM allies are the parties or independent personalities whom are joining Strong Lebanon block (Tashnag Frem ect.). Everyone else are potential partners where FPM could work with on certain mutual issues
    Halla2 Saad Hariri who stated yesterday that FM's tafdili votes will got Gebran Bassil is not an ally?
    Sar 3andkoun chi esmo ally, w chi esmo partner?
    What's the difference?
     

    JB81

    Legendary Member
    #12
    Halla2 Saad Hariri who stated yesterday that FM's tafdili votes will got Gebran Bassil is not an ally?
    Sar 3andkoun chi esmo ally, w chi esmo partner?
    What's the difference?
    Allies are those who form with FPM one voice.
    Partners are those who are close to FPM, where both parties may be able to agree on many issues
     

    The Jade

    Legendary Member
    #13
    Allies are those who form with FPM one voice.
    Partners are those who are close to FPM, where both parties may be able to agree on many issues
    Man, you guys have perfected the art of BS.
    Hariri is your ally/partner/whatever you want to call it.
    Bottom line is, you're hand in hand with one of the main thieves in Lebanon's history.

    Mabrouk!
     

    JB81

    Legendary Member
    #14
    Man, you guys have perfected the art of BS.
    Hariri is your ally/partner/whatever you want to call it.
    Bottom line is, you're hand in hand with one of the main thieves in Lebanon's history.

    Mabrouk!
    Well, FM may form the largest block in the Parliament. They are there in their full power without FPM single vote, but in contrary, they are giving FPM their surplus in couple districts. You have the option of arguing with them for 4 years resulting state insecurity on all levels, or try to find ways we can corporate to make things better.

    This is where the importance of having strong FPM comes from, the stronger and larger the block is, the more FPM can manoeuvre and breakthrough
     

    Muki

    Well-Known Member
    Orange Room Supporter
    #16
    Well, FM may form the largest block in the Parliament. They are there in their full power without FPM single vote, but in contrary, they are giving FPM their surplus in couple districts. You have the option of arguing with them for 4 years resulting state insecurity on all levels, or try to find ways we can corporate to make things better.

    This is where the importance of having strong FPM comes from, the stronger and larger the block is, the more FPM can manoeuvre and breakthrough
    You do realize that allying with corrupt people elects them too, right? What you're doing is basically filling parliament with corrupt members and then spending the next several years complaining how these corrupt people are not letting you do your work.

    Your logic only applies after the elections. You work with the biggest blocks in parliament (even if they are corrupt) AFTER the elections are over and the results are out. You don't help corrupt people get elected and then pretend to be fighting corruption.
     
    #17
    You do realize that allying with corrupt people elects them too, right? What you're doing is basically filling parliament with corrupt members and then spending the next several years complaining how these corrupt people are not letting you do your work.

    Your logic only applies after the elections. You work with the biggest blocks in parliament (even if they are corrupt) AFTER the elections are over and the results are out. You don't help corrupt people get elected and then pretend to be fighting corruption.
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    rae27

    Active Member
    #19
    Just out of curiosity, for FPMers hiding behind the "this is just an electoral alliance" lie, who are FPM's allies?
    Nobody is FPM’s ally. They’re selfish and out for themselves primarily.
    No compromise. No friends. No sharing. No hipocrisy.