Lebanon's Dam Projects Destructive or Constructive ?

Do you believe the dam projects in Lebanon are?

  • But/And is succeeding already, with no proved related corruptions!

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  • TayyarBeino

    TayyarBeino

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    • 12:31

      "الوفاء للمقاومة" و"التنمية والتحرير": نرفض المس بمشروع سد بسري تتمة




    • 12:10

      كتلتا "التنمية والتحرير" و"الوفاء للمقاومة":
      - نحن لا نسقي أهلنا مياه ملوثة وندعم سدّ بسري
      - نعلن تمسكنا بالقوانين الصادرة ونرفض رفضاً باتاً المس بهذا المشروع
      - مصادر المياه الحالية في بعض المناطق عبارة عن آبار جوفية تزداد ملوحة وتشارف على الجفاف ما يحتم الاستعجال في تأمين البدائل ونحن لا نسقي أهلنا مياه ملوثة

     
    SeaAb

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    • 12:31

      "الوفاء للمقاومة" و"التنمية والتحرير": نرفض المس بمشروع سد بسري تتمة




    • 12:10

      كتلتا "التنمية والتحرير" و"الوفاء للمقاومة":
      - نحن لا نسقي أهلنا مياه ملوثة وندعم سدّ بسري
      - نعلن تمسكنا بالقوانين الصادرة ونرفض رفضاً باتاً المس بهذا المشروع
      - مصادر المياه الحالية في بعض المناطق عبارة عن آبار جوفية تزداد ملوحة وتشارف على الجفاف ما يحتم الاستعجال في تأمين البدائل ونحن لا نسقي أهلنا مياه ملوثة
    fata7o temmon at last? I can't believe they finally took a position...
     
    dyyyy

    dyyyy

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    Pop quiz :

    Hariri, Berri, HA, are all standing now behind the Besri Dam. Is it because :

    a) They finally had it to their conscience and can't stand it anymore so they want to do the right thing ?
    b) They're getting a piece of the pie of the 600 millions dollars of fresh money 🤤
     
    Dark Angel

    Dark Angel

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    Pop quiz :

    Hariri, Berri, HA, are all standing now behind the Besri Dam. Is it because :

    a) They finally had it to their conscience and can't stand it anymore so they want to do the right thing ?
    b) They're getting a piece of the pie of the 600 millions dollars of fresh money 🤤
    funny how things changed when FPM addressed the 1.6 million peoplewho need the water ASAP in beirut and suburbs instead of the 30 hippies protesting the dam.

    few more statements about how this is exactly the way the building of new plants were prevented for more than a decade, and walid jumblat will enlist in the work force to build the dam with his own hands.

    this is a damming evidence, puns intended.
     
    opium

    opium

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    funny how things changed when FPM addressed the 1.6 million peoplewho need the water ASAP in beirut and suburbs instead of the 30 hippies protesting the dam.

    few more statements about how this is exactly the way the building of new plants were prevented for more than a decade, and walid jumblat will enlist in the work force to build the dam with his own hands.

    this is a damming evidence, puns intended.
    Add to that how FPM are treated like sand bags by everybody else and always blamed for everything......
     
    dyyyy

    dyyyy

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    funny how things changed when FPM addressed the 1.6 million peoplewho need the water ASAP in beirut and suburbs instead of the 30 hippies protesting the dam.

    few more statements about how this is exactly the way the building of new plants were prevented for more than a decade, and walid jumblat will enlist in the work force to build the dam with his own hands.

    this is a damming evidence, puns intended.
    Add to that how FPM are treated like sand bags by everybody else and always blamed for everything......
    So why do you think Hariri, Berri and Hizbollah are supporting the project now ?
     
    The_FPMer

    The_FPMer

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    Add to that how FPM are treated like sand bags by everybody else and always blamed for everything......
    While it is unfair that they're blamed for much more than they deserve but they brought on themselves. Michel Aoun stopped the country for 2 years so he can become President whilst championing the "Ahd Al-Kawi" slogan with no genuine intent to reform. They are THE ruling party at the moment, nothing happens in the country without their approval (of course with the tacit nod from the real power, HA). They have held the most important ministries in Lebanon for the past decade. Made countless empty promises that they never fulfilled nor intended to. Today Lebanon under the Ahd Kawi is suffering from its worst economic crisis, and you wonder why people put FPM in the category of the corrupt along with the other political parties?
     
    opium

    opium

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    So why do you think Hariri, Berri and Hizbollah are supporting the project now ?
    Because they know that Beirut and its suburbs will suffer if they don't proceed with this project.
    Because Mount Lebanon and Jbeil and the North are getting soon Msail7a and Jenna dam. In addition to the other completed projects like Chabrouh and Qaysamani and one in Donniye that I forgot its name.
     
    The_FPMer

    The_FPMer

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    Because they know that Beirut and its suburbs will suffer if they don't proceed with this project.
    Because Mount Lebanon and Jbeil and the North are getting soon Msail7a and Jenna dam. In addition to the other completed projects like Chabrouh and Qaysamani and one in Donniye that I forgot its name.
    Men kel 3a2lak suddenly they have developed a conscience for the average Lebanese? Hen zeton li halla2 mghar2in balad kella bel zbele ba3ed 4 snin and no solution in sight for the garbage crisis?
     
    opium

    opium

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    While it is unfair that they're blamed for much more than they deserve but they brought on themselves. Michel Aoun stopped the country for 2 years so he can become President whilst championing the "Ahd Al-Kawi" slogan with no genuine intent to reform. They are THE ruling party at the moment, nothing happens in the country without their approval (of course with the tacit nod from the real power, HA). They have held the most important ministries in Lebanon for the past decade. Made countless empty promises that they never fulfilled nor intended to. Today Lebanon under the Ahd Kawi is suffering from its worst economic crisis, and you wonder why people put FPM in the category of the corrupt along with the other political parties?
    Michel Aoun had the right to become the president since 2006. He was and still the uncontested Christian leader. It was his right and who were stopping the country are the people who stood against him to become president. You see, you always twist the facts to suit your narrative.
     
    opium

    opium

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    Men kel 3a2lak suddenly they have developed a conscience for the average Lebanese? Hen zeton li halla2 mghar2in balad kella bel zbele ba3ed 4 snin and no solution in sight for the garbage crisis?
    You see you always blame the wrong persons and twist the facts, there was a plan to decentralize the garbage . However as usual obstructed by EVERYBODY. FPM had to rely on their allies ( Tachnag and Erslan and Maten MPs) to create a temporary solution until everybody understand that every region should take care and treat its own garbage.
     
    The_FPMer

    The_FPMer

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    You see you always blame the wrong persons and twist the facts, there was a plan to decentralize the garbage . However as usual obstructed by EVERYBODY. FPM had to rely on their allies ( Tachnag and Erslan and Maten MPs) to create a temporary solution until everybody understand that every region should take care and treat its own garbage.
    Do you have a link to FPM's plan?
     
    The_FPMer

    The_FPMer

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    Michel Aoun had the right to become the president since 2006. He was and still the uncontested Christian leader. It was his right and who were stopping the country are the people who stood against him to become president. You see, you always twist the facts to suit your narrative.
    Wa22af el balad senten w kept screaming "3ahd awi", bas wosil al 7esboune ba3d tene 7oukoume. Bas ata3it inti5abet 2018 w tshakkalit el 7oukoume al ana ma 3ande sala7iyet. Ya he's a master troll or he's seriously suffering amnesia.
     
    dyyyy

    dyyyy

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    You see you always blame the wrong persons and twist the facts, there was a plan to decentralize the garbage . However as usual obstructed by EVERYBODY. FPM had to rely on their allies ( Tachnag and Erslan and Maten MPs) to create a temporary solution until everybody understand that every region should take care and treat its own garbage.
    It wasn't obstructed by anyone, the plan got the majority and it worked as they wanted
    even though every activist warned them that dumpsters are not a good solution.

    What was the plan that wad rejected? do you have the link?
     
    Walidos

    Walidos

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    I am posting this again... because you people need to grow up...!
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    opium

    opium

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    It wasn't obstructed by anyone, the plan got the majority and it worked as they wanted
    even though every activist warned them that dumpsters are not a good solution.

    What was the plan that wad rejected? do you have the link?
    The electricity and dam plans got the majority too.
    They had a map with proposed locations for dumpsters and sorting facilities in each region, but all got rejected. The main issue was Beirut trash and nobody accepted to take it to their regions even with proposed compensations.
    Activists refused the dumpsters and incinators so they didn't leave any other realistic solution. They proposed sorting facilities with composting. But you still need dumpsters in this case, plus it will take years to teach the population and make them adhere with sorting their trash.
    In a small country like Lebanon, the only solution I see is to follow Singapore, make 3 big incinators and dump the ashes in sea making new green areas.
     
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