October 2019 revolution - Live update

What do you think will happen next, after Hariri's resignation?

  • Stalemate - No govt will be formed

    Votes: 37 50.7%
  • New mini-government of specialists will be formed in less than 10 days

    Votes: 22 30.1%
  • Similar government with Hariri PM again

    Votes: 14 19.2%
  • Civil War

    Votes: 20 27.4%

  • Total voters
    73
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joseph_lubnan

Legendary Member
So here is a dilemma:

Should the President favor to nominate a Prime Minister that the Sunni street accepts?
or
Should the President favor to nominate a Prime Minister that the "7irak" street accepts?

Knowing of course that they are so far, mutually exclusive one from another.
Where is el-mitheq wel qaw kawi qawi kawi bi ta2efto?? :) honi el-dilema el burtuqaleyye elhyperhypocritiqaleyye :)
 
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    ّTelefon Kasse

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    Nassralla w Gebran w Hariri are positioning Safadi to become the scapegoat when the Lebanese economy collapses and banks default.
    safadi is no better another corrupt ask the people of tripoli. he has no problem playing scapegoat for a good sum of money.
    the sectarians are facing an enemy they cannot deal with, an enemy, they cannot accuse of anything. an enemy who sacrificed itself for them
    in so many political events, until it can't do it anymore. and the oil and gas issue has been dragging since 2006 and israel is benefiting from it to the brink !!
    Syria will soon start at the other end of the juice straw and the scum of the scum are sabotaging country in a jadal bizanteh of bayeh a2wa min bayak
     
    mikeys71

    mikeys71

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    عسكري معاشو بالشهر مليون و مديون عم يقمع متظاهر معاشو بالشهر مليون و مديون كرمال سياسي ابنو بيصرف كل يوم مليون و متل اجرو
     
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    Viral

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    You nailed it. The plan is to destroy and divide the country. It is up to us to prevent it, by being smart and unified.
    The plan is more like divide destroy then re-divide the country.
    They were not able to naturalize the Palestinians during the first civil war. Now they have the Syrian refugees extra push to help deliver the baby...
    They have been insinuating about it for a while on social Medias. When they talk about uniting the Christians in Lebanon, without saying against whom, they're actually promoting dividing Lebanon. And how many times have we heard it directly using fear factor from Hezbollah as a pretext.
    Not sure how safe the Christian mini canton would be surrounded by 100 million Muslims after choosing Syria and a "Hezbollah State" as enemies surrounding them with the sea to their back. But hey. Geagea wouldn't mind becoming a Prince for one night of the Arabs whorehouse M3emetain its Capital...
     
    Dynamis

    Dynamis

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    The plan is more like divide destroy then re-divide the country.
    They were not able to naturalize the Palestinians during the first civil war. Now they have the Syrian refugees extra push to help deliver the baby...
    They have been insinuating about it for a while on social Medias. When they talk about uniting the Christians in Lebanon, without saying against whom, they're actually promoting dividing Lebanon. And how many times have we heard it directly using fear factor from Hezbollah as a pretext.
    Not sure how safe the Christian mini canton would be surrounded by 100 million Muslims after choosing Syria and a "Hezbollah State" as enemies surrounding them with the sea to their back. But hey. Geagea wouldn't mind becoming a Prince for one night of the Arabs whorehouse M3emetain its Capital...
    True.
    The Palestinians are all but officially naturalized in Lebanon now. Their great grandparents were born in Palestine, and all they know is Lebanon now. This is what will happen to 2 million Syrians next.
    The plan is:
    1. Naturalize the 2M Syrians and 1/2 M Palestinians as they are mostly Sunnis.
    2. This will make both the Shi3a and Christians minorities in Lebanon and will make Lebanon a majority Sunni state. This is the Ottoman Sunni dream for ages.
    3. Get rid of HA, and give Israel the peace that all Sunni nations give her (Turkey, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi, ISIS, etc)

    Let me assure you that there will be NO CHRISTIAN CANTON if Israel gets its way. Even if there was a Druze, of Shi3a, or Alawite Canton--There will be no Christian Canton. Israel will not allow it, as we will be their fiercest competitors (as long as an Idiot like Geagea does not lead it).

    The best interest of Christians in Lebanon's is to preserve Lebanon as is.
     
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    HalaMadrid

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    HolaBarcelona you are wrong in this. Calling on an uprising like this to organize and present leadership is a fallacy at this stage and one the political cass are using to create a distraction. There are clear demands that neither require a clear leadership structure nor negotiations. Formation of a new non-partisan technocrat government and early elections. Enough smoke and mirror and distractions, and stop peddling these Bullshit theories. You can call on the movement to organize differently when its comes to the early elections, but for now, maximum pressure and demonstrations until these two demands are met, and these two demands are clear as day.
    Clear as day? Who decides who are technocrats? The same people who picked this government? I think Rayya El Hassan and Nada Boustani are technocrats. Do you agree? Or will a handful of protestors object in the streets if they're in the new government? And we'll go through this cycle again? It's a lot easier to veto something when you're represented. The theory I'm peddling is that being involved in the political process takes organizing. OH THE HORROR! :eek:This is an excuse to fail on purpose. Personally, I'm thrilled we'll see the same faces for 15 more years. Meanwhile, Chile (protesting for almost the exact same amount of time) is getting a new constitution and there's a decent chance the protestors are going to force the creation of a constitutional committee to write it. To each his own.
     
    The End

    The End

    First of his Name
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    True.
    The Palestinians are all but officially naturalized in Lebanon now. Their great grandparents were born in Palestine, and all they know is Lebanon now. This is what will happen to 2 million Syrians next.
    The plan is:
    1. Naturalize the 2M Syrians and 1/2 M Palestinians as they are mostly Sunnis.
    2. This will make both the Shi3a and Christians minorities in Lebanon and will make Lebanon a majority Sunni state. This is the Ottoman Sunni dream for ages.
    3. Get rid of HA, and give Israel the peace that all Sunni nations give her (Turkey, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi, ISIS, etc)

    Let me assure you that there will be NO CHRISTIAN CANTON if Israel gets its way. Even if there was a Druze, of Shi3a, or Alawite Canton--There will be no Christian Canton. Israel will not allow it, as we will be their fiercest competitors (as long as an Idiot like Geagea does not lead it).

    The best interest of Christians in Lebanon's is to preserve Lebanon as is.
    I know you dislike Geagea but I fail to understand how he is stupid.
     
    The End

    The End

    First of his Name
    Orange Room Supporter
    Clear as day? Who decides who are technocrats? The same people who picked this government? I think Rayya El Hassan and Nada Boustani are technocrats. Do you agree? Or will a handful of protestors object in the streets if they're in the new government? And we'll go through this cycle again? It's a lot easier to veto something when you're represented. The theory I'm peddling is that being involved in the political process takes organizing. OH THE HORROR! :eek:This is an excuse to fail on purpose. Personally, I'm thrilled we'll see the same faces for 15 more years. Meanwhile, Chile (protesting for almost the exact same amount of time) is getting a new constitution and there's a decent chance the protestors are going to force the creation of a constitutional committee to write it. To each his own.
    Fortunately for Chile:
    a) It does not have "Partido de Dios"
    b) It doesn't have 18 sects that consider themselves extremely different and distinct
    c) It has a good relationship with all its neighbors
    d) I can go on for a while but you get the point
     
    Dynamis

    Dynamis

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    By sending your zo3ran to beat and shoot at demonstrators? Very smart indeed.
    I have been warning about this for weeks, on a daily basis. Read my posts-Every single day. This was BOUND to happen. You cant go on like this for weeks and not have issues between citizens that have been imprisoned in their own homes by the Geagea, Rifi, Jumblatt, Wahabi thugs cutting off the roads.

    I sincerely don't think anyone sent anyone to do anything...This was an individual all by himself. Who knows what his problem is. if this was organized, it would have been more than one person and they would have been camouflaged or disguised. I am sure he lost his tempers after 4 weeks of insults, destruction, and blocking roads.

    You all should expect more friction if people are not allowed to go back to schools, and work. People had enough of this militia behavior. I think you are so messed up in your thinking, that you think freedom of speech is closing roads with cement, insults, vandalization, and throwing rocks. That is not a civilized way to express your opinion and is not condoned by the law. Therefore, you should not expect to be treated with respect, when you behave like a hooligan and insane lunatic.
     
    The End

    The End

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    I have been warning about this for weeks, on a daily basis. Read my posts-Every single day. This was BOUND to happen. You cant go on like this for weeks and not have issues between citizens that have been imprisoned in their own homes by the Geagea, Rifi, Jumblatt, Wahabi thugs cutting off the roads.

    I sincerely don't think anyone sent anyone to do anything...This was an individual all by himself. Who knows what his problem is. if this was organized, it would have been more than one person and they would have been camouflaged or disguised. I am sure he lost his tempers after 4 weeks of insults, destruction, and blocking roads.

    You all should expect more friction if people are not allowed to go back to schools, and work. People had enough of this militia behavior. I think you are so messed up in your thinking, that you think freedom of speech is closing roads with cement, insults, vandalization, and throwing rocks. That is not a civilized way to express your opinion and is not condoned by the law. Therefore, you should not expect to be treated with respect, when you behave like a hooligan and insane lunatic.
    Why do ALL the other leaders get blamed for their followers except for your masters and their master?
     
    Dynamis

    Dynamis

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    Dynamis

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    وهاب: الإتفاق على اسم محمد الصفدي لرئاسة حكومة تكنوسياسية
     
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