Hariri's advisor admits having previewed the recent eruption with 2 camps, and having advocated the LAF to plan for a violent conflict against HA

agnostic

agnostic

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Beside the fact that this General of the Lebanese Army is obviously a huge idiot, he should be sued for high treason.
 
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  • Lebmonage

    Lebmonage

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    Beside the fact that this General of the Lebanese Army is obviously a huge idiot, he should be sued for high treason.
    I am interested to know what was the answer given to him by an expectedly smarter US General, who must have felt tortured listening to a moron with an ugly voice - rambling words in poor English mixed with French words and accent.
     
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    CK10452

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    Beside the fact that this General of the Lebanese Army is obviously a huge idiot, he should be sued for high treason.
    What's treasonous is a foreign backed sectarian militia that's increasingly used to service the regional geopolitical interests of it's sponsor. In any normal country such entity would never be allowed to exist.
     
    agnostic

    agnostic

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    I am interested to know what was the answer given to him by an expectedly smarter US General, who must have felt tortured listening to a moron with an ugly voice - rambling words in poor English mixed with French words and accent.
    He was doing his best in front of the White Man where he spoke straight and truth. It has nothing to do with his acrobatic and marvellous speech when he addresses Lebanese audience. But let us focus on the content:

    This shameful General is plotting in daylight, begging a foreign intervention against one of the two Lebanese camps as per his statement.
     
    Lebmonage

    Lebmonage

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    What's treasonous is a foreign backed sectarian militia that's increasingly used to service the regional geopolitical interests of it's sponsor. In any normal country such entity would never be allowed to exist.
    In any normal country, the PM would not send an MP to a neighboring country to play a destabilizing role under the cover of sharing Pampers and baby milk.

    In any normal country, a country wouldn't send sectarian suicide bombers to attack marketplaces and mosques and holy places of another faith group in a neighboring country.

    In any normal country, a dictatorial monarch, propped up by foreign military bases, wouldn't send its planes to bomb the poorest country in the region and interfere in its internal turmoil.

    If you haven't known that our entire region is not normal, then you really need to question your sanity. No one is going to fold his arms when there's actively a sectarian war waged by a tyrannical Wahhabist Kingdom, with ties to western govt against other faith groups in the region. There's an orchestrated regional war aimed at persecution. Its natural for those affected to team up.
     
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    CK10452

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    In any normal country, the PM would not send an MP to a neighboring country to play a destabilizing role under the cover of sharing Pampers and baby milk.

    In any normal country, a country wouldn't send sectarian suicide bombers to attack marketplaces and mosques and holy places of another faith group in a neighboring country.

    In any normal country, a dictatorial monarch, propped up by foreign military bases, wouldn't send its planes to bomb the poorest country in the region and interfere in its internal turmoil.

    If you haven't known that our entire region is not normal, then you really need to question your sanity. No one is going to fold his arms when there's actively a sectarian war waged by a tyrannical Wahhabist Kingdom, with ties to western govt against other faith groups in the region. There's an orchestrated regional war aimed at persecution. Its natural for those affected to team up.
    At least we agree Lebanon and the region is not normal.

    I hope you also agree for a future normal Lebanon that would mean a disarmed HA. But truth is HA will always consider it's arms a red line regardless of any potential/hypothetical changes in the region and within Lebanon for the better. I can only see HA disarmed under two circumstances, radical cultural-political change within the Lebanese Shia community that rejects an armed Islamist party ruling over them or some sort of major war.
     
    Lebmonage

    Lebmonage

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    At least we agree Lebanon and the region is not normal.

    I hope you also agree for a future normal Lebanon that would mean a disarmed HA. But truth is HA will always consider it's arms a red line regardless of any potential/hypothetical changes in the region and within Lebanon for the better. I can only see HA disarmed under two circumstances, radical cultural-political change within the Lebanese Shia community that rejects an armed Islamist party ruling over them or some sort of major war.
    That isn't the topic of this thread.

    Hezballah will disarm when there is no Israehelli threat or/and when our army is able to protect and defend us against external threats and ensure our existence and survival on our land is 100% guaranteed; not the type of army that rogue general envisages - one that will clash with its own people. Of course, that clash will never happen in a sectarian Lebanon. You must have heard of the news from Tripoli where two soldiers (who happen to be Shia) got provoked by protest thugs chanting insults at SHN and the two of them wanted to shoot at the protest thugs and had to be restrained by their colleagues. So there will be no LAF that will confront Hezballah. It will never happen. No Lebanese army will exist in Lebanon to confront Hezballah. If the US like let them give the LA hundreds of billions. Any such army that will confront their brothers in the resistance will have to be breakaway militia units. One unified LA will never do the dirty job for Israehell. The resistance is a national asset that protects the nation's security in hand with the LA. Anyone trying to divide the army and the resistance is a rogue and should be thrown into a dark prison cell.
     
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    NewLeb

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    In any normal country, the PM would not send an MP to a neighboring country to play a destabilizing role under the cover of sharing Pampers and baby milk.

    In any normal country, a country wouldn't send sectarian suicide bombers to attack marketplaces and mosques and holy places of another faith group in a neighboring country.

    In any normal country, a dictatorial monarch, propped up by foreign military bases, wouldn't send its planes to bomb the poorest country in the region and interfere in its internal turmoil.

    If you haven't known that our entire region is not normal, then you really need to question your sanity. No one is going to fold his arms when there's actively a sectarian war waged by a tyrannical Wahhabist Kingdom, with ties to western govt against other faith groups in the region. There's an orchestrated regional war aimed at persecution. Its natural for those affected to team up.
    Lebanon is not a “normal” country. Hey, If Hezbollah can do it, why can’t anybody else?
     
    Lebmonage

    Lebmonage

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    Protect the country from all its enemies.
    Lebanon without Hezbollah is like a home without walls that anyone can easily invade.
    So who's really stopping him? And where does he want to "do it"?
     
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    NewLeb

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    What do you mean by "do it"?
    Do stuff that doesn’t normally happen in a country (as you said). Like, for example, waging a war against another nation without any sort of gorvernment approval. You know, stuff like that.
     
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    ّTelefon Kasse

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    that's the asshole who called the Lebanese Army "LAF" in an international defense conference, he should be trialed just for using this abbreviation
     
    agnostic

    agnostic

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    Do stuff that doesn’t normally happen in a country (as you said). Like, for example, waging a war against another nation without any sort gorvernment approval. You know, stuff like that.
    How about defending Lebanon from Israel, and from Nosra Front and Da3esh as well?

    The rule is very simple and universally admitted: The one who takes in charge with money, energy, blood decide. So far it is Hezbollah who has taken in charge the defense of Lebanon. Therefore it is SHN who decides.
     
    ّTelefon Kasse

    ّTelefon Kasse

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    I am interested to know what was the answer given to him by an expectedly smarter US General, who must have felt tortured listening to a moron with an ugly voice - rambling words in poor English mixed with French words and accent.
    the US general is not smart, he just knows what are the type of weapons the US provides to the Lebanese Army. The important is to know ... who sent him ?
    shouldn't Gebran Bassil be aware of this attendance to the conference ?
     
    Lebmonage

    Lebmonage

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    Do stuff that doesn’t normally happen in a country (as you said). Like, for example, waging a war against another nation without any sort of gorvernment approval. You know, stuff like that.
    So against which country has Hezballah waged war on?
     
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    NewLeb

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    How about defending Lebanon from Israel, and from Nosra Front and Da3esh as well?
    Yes, this is why nations have things called armies. They don’t allow groups with sectarian-based ideologies to start wars whenever they want to in order to prove their manhood or something.

    The rule is very simple and universally admitted: The one who takes in charge with money, energy, blood decide. So far it is Hezbollah who has taken in charge the defense of Lebanon. Therefore it is SHN who decides.
    Money=power, and Iran is running out of it. This is why Hezbollah and it’s allies are starting to backpedal. Trump is the one deciding nowadays.
     
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