Nawaf Salam: Who is he? His track record; Acceptable as PM by the true 7irak?

Nawaf Salam: Acceptable as PM by the true 7irak?

  • YES

    Votes: 4 50.0%
  • NO

    Votes: 4 50.0%

  • Total voters
    8

joseph_lubnan

Legendary Member
@joseph_lubnan
I can reluctantly accept Salam as the least of two evils as long as he shows understanding of the Lebanese situation on the ground and accepts and supports GMA’s conditions.
Great. I think he should work with PMA and together form a government that PMA is happy with too. I think he should give mumena3a 1/3 + 1 to they can sack the gov anytime, except use ministers of state to do that, and for sure ministers related to Economy/Finance/Infrastructure/Law should be independent technocrat. A simple formula to save the poor country.
 

Viral

Active Member
ya Daya3an 'l7ebr spent on this thread.
This thread is dedicated to discuss Nawaf Salam who is an obscure person to many of us ahead of time in case he becomes the nominee.
At this time we need to be prudent with our choices. We need an educated reaction not an emotional one.
His past is not enough to build a final decision on him. We must find out what he stands for today because most people learn from their own mistakes overtime if/when they make them.
I’m willing to listen to him and give him the benefit of the doubt.
I’d also appreciate if we hear some facts about the guy.
 

Viral

Active Member
This might be the time to resurrect this thread...
Any ideals about Nawaf Salam's candidacy for next PM?
 

wdawle1

Member
This might be the time to resurrect this thread...
Any ideals about Nawaf Salam's candidacy for next PM?


All we know, he is a name pushed by Arab - foreign countries. Not a Lebanese choice, he is being send by parachute to Lebanese people.
 

Danny Z

Legendary Member
He is here to sign on everything the international community asks for so that Lebanon gets a round of more debt and when it is squandered as usual we will accept more and more concessions, If he succeeds in his mission then lebanon gets a postponement of disaster that will come bigger and if he doesn’t then we would have wasted 6 months. Anyway people deserve their leaders
 

Viral

Active Member
He is here to sign on everything the international community asks for so that Lebanon gets a round of more debt and when it is squandered as usual we will accept more and more concessions, If he succeeds in his mission then lebanon gets a postponement of disaster that will come bigger and if he doesn’t then we would have wasted 6 months. Anyway people deserve their leaders
His nomination could be a compromise from all sides without one or another feeling defeat. Could be Macron’s idea for Lebanon to exit the stalemate.

I suppose if he’s crazy enough to accept the job, he knows upfront what his limitations are such as Lebanon lives and breathes corruption just like cancer lives and thrives in acidic environment…
 

Nevermore

New Member
He is here to sign on everything the international community asks for so that Lebanon gets a round of more debt and when it is squandered as usual we will accept more and more concessions, If he succeeds in his mission then lebanon gets a postponement of disaster that will come bigger and if he doesn’t then we would have wasted 6 months. Anyway people deserve their leaders

I, for one, can’t wait for Lebanon to turn into another debt imprisoned paradise, a la Jamaica, where exuberant American tourists destine to discover the novelty of life in the third world. Westerners will freely visit while we compete for their business with Israel, transforming the infamous hummus war into a full blown Biblical holy war over tourism. While they marvel at old relics of a Christian population that has entirely emigrated to western countries, well-to-do westerners can enjoy the quaintness of Lebanese villages that haven’t been occupied by Lebanese families for decades, and note the simplicity of the architecture. The Lebanese who remain work in programming farms for silicon valley firms, tourism and hospitality, and real estate serving Gulf Arabs and Westerners, and ironically, as house maids for wealthy nouveau riche Ethiopian, Sri Lankan, and Philippine families who’ve moved to Lebanon as diversity consultants with NGOs and foreign firms. Expats will stay at overpriced hotels when visiting because their homes have been squatted on by refugees.

Any remaining farmland will be used to grow premium legal cannabis sold exclusively to McKinsey consultants who own beach front property near the site of the current ruins.

That’s Lebanon under neoliberal debt enslavement. Better book your cruise ship spot now, they’ll all be full once Hizbullah throws in the towel. Jisimna labbis la shaghleh.
 

HalaMadrid

Well-Known Member
Orange Room Supporter
I, for one, can’t wait for Lebanon to turn into another debt imprisoned paradise, a la Jamaica, where exuberant American tourists destine to discover the novelty of life in the third world. Westerners will freely visit while we compete for their business with Israel, transforming the infamous hummus war into a full blown Biblical holy war over tourism. While they marvel at old relics of a Christian population that has entirely emigrated to western countries, well-to-do westerners can enjoy the quaintness of Lebanese villages that haven’t been occupied by Lebanese families for decades, and note the simplicity of the architecture. The Lebanese who remain work in programming farms for silicon valley firms, tourism and hospitality, and real estate serving Gulf Arabs and Westerners, and ironically, as house maids for wealthy nouveau riche Ethiopian, Sri Lankan, and Philippine families who’ve moved to Lebanon as diversity consultants with NGOs and foreign firms. Expats will stay at overpriced hotels when visiting because their homes have been squatted on by refugees.

Any remaining farmland will be used to grow premium legal cannabis sold exclusively to McKinsey consultants who own beach front property near the site of the current ruins.

That’s Lebanon under neoliberal debt enslavement. Better book your cruise ship spot now, they’ll all be full once Hizbullah throws in the towel. Jisimna labbis la shaghleh.
Bet you're feeling pretty confident about this post today, huh?
 

zero

Member
We're shitting our pants reading your nonsense posts.
based on your posts looks like the shit has started to fill your head. we are taking on more debt. even 7mar baadba and ja7sh il dahyeh think we should. we just need to make sure that theyre not wasted, but maybe you dont deserve better than Berri, hariri and bassil.
 
He is of the same ilk of sanioura, a Mossad-backed official.
The Shiite duo will never let him become PM.

The question is how Al Kazimi who is pro american managed to become PM in Iraq against Iran’s will?
Is Iran’s influence starting to wane in the middle east ?
 

zero

Member
He is of the same ilk of sanioura, a Mossad-backed official.
The Shiite duo will never let him become PM.

The question is how Al Kazimi who is pro american managed to become PM in Iraq against Iran’s will?
Is Iran’s influence starting to wane in the middle east ?
Thats complete BS.
 
Thats complete BS.
Man take it easy. I would prefer NS 100 times than the failure named Saad Hariri. SH must never become PM anymore. Besides any new PM that will be appointed will be better than Hassan Diab. But let’s face it, will Hezballah accept an American-backed PM such as NS ?
 
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