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Open letter to 7irak...

How do you assess 7irak present performance?

  • Good

    Votes: 5 22.7%
  • Disappointing

    Votes: 17 77.3%

  • Total voters
    22

Tayyar9

Legendary Member
This is a recurrent 3awwwnist lie but something is clear that bassil antagonizes everyone he works with

But you spin it and say because he's the good guy fighting the powers of evil lol
You need to learn how to answer with respect! Where did I lie? Can you tell me?? Review all the positions of Geagea, Frangieh, Joumblatt, Amal MPs and Hariri and see for yourself if they named Bassil or no!
 

Tayyar9

Legendary Member
The answer is very simple
Bassil only wants a piece of the pie

He's not there to fix, he only wants to share.
to hell with him
we only had that window through the Christian share to try to fix something in this country
and now a christian version of Berri occupies it.

Bassil tries to eliminate all other Christian parties and try to snatch whatever he can from Jumbo berri and others while covering for HA and previously Hariri.
it's only logical for militias to hate his guts.

However the question remain.
We have this window to try push for the change and we have this Christian berri occupying it
He needs to go because he failed (or worse, he turned out to be a BERRI)
So they all agree together on how to get their shares, but Bassil can't agree on a share with them and wants all the shares for himself?
 

VH Redux

Member
You need to learn how to answer with respect! Where did I lie? Can you tell me?? Review all the positions of Geagea, Frangieh, Joumblatt, Amal MPs and Hariri and see for yourself if they named Bassil or no!
It is lie that everyone blamed bassil for everything but he was named

3am ellak bassil is hard to work with it is obivous

not saying inno hawdouk awedim far from it but bassil 3ando faw2iyye bl tawa3ate that EVERYONE complains about
 

Resign

Well-Known Member
Orange Room Supporter
So they all agree together on how to get their shares, but Bassil can't agree on a share with them and wants all the shares for himself?

I don’t care what christian berri is doing
He is the same all others and shall be treated as such.
 

dyyyy

Well-Known Member
I don't go in the blame game... I push for justice to get "What" got us here, going into the "who" will always be opposed
this is not a blame game, this is accountability for the people we voted for.

This is how we push for justice, one of the first demands of the protests is an independent judiciary system. did the law get enacted yet?
 

WoofWoofX

Well-Known Member
this is not a blame game, this is accountability for the people we voted for.

This is how we push for justice, one of the first demands of the protests is an independent judiciary system. did the law get enacted yet?
Great then... let's hit the streets demanding one thing at a time, starting with the independence of the judiciary system.
while it is very important to have a mechanism to be able to know and measure "when we can say it is independent?", in order not to drown in elastic words.
one file after the other, and let who is proven guilty serve the sentence and if anyone has proof for others present it and hit the streets until a clear transparent process is followed and monitored
 

dyyyy

Well-Known Member
Great then... let's hit the streets demanding one thing at a time, starting with the independence of the judiciary system.
while it is very important to have a mechanism to be able to know and measure "when we can say it is independent?", in order not to drown in elastic words.
one file after the other, and let who is proven guilty serve the sentence and if anyone has proof for others present it and hit the streets until a clear transparent process is followed and monitored
Yes true, Actually there has been sessions about this, there were talks that some proposed laws already were good (Hassan Fadlalah I think had a good law to remove immunity from a minister) but they haven't been voted for or they have been tweaked enough to let loopholes and make them obsolete.

Of course there are things that could have been dine different. If the way things have gone with the revolution are the best path is debatable, we'll never know until a few years later.
- If they should have organized better,
- Stay peaceful and risk being ignored or escalate and risk more violence
- If the influencers of the revolution should have negotiated with the current governemnt
- How they should have handled parties interfering with the revolution.....

But saying that the whole economy crisis was caused by the protests or finding it weird that people are protesting is just wrong.
 

WoofWoofX

Well-Known Member
Yes true, Actually there has been sessions about this, there were talks that some proposed laws already were good (Hassan Fadlalah I think had a good law to remove immunity from a minister) but they haven't been voted for or they have been tweaked enough to let loopholes and make them obsolete.

Of course there are things that could have been dine different. If the way things have gone with the revolution are the best path is debatable, we'll never know until a few years later.
- If they should have organized better,
- Stay peaceful and risk being ignored or escalate and risk more violence
- If the influencers of the revolution should have negotiated with the current governemnt
- How they should have handled parties interfering with the revolution.....

But saying that the whole economy crisis was caused by the protests or finding it weird that people are protesting is just wrong.
You are right, the uprising isn't behind the crisis but it was a catalyst, and the road to hell was paved with good intentions.
So, let's not stop at the point if it was or wasn't and ask, is anyone willing to adopt a FOCUS approach to reform, one file at a time.

In therapy we don't approach all matters at the same otherwise we will open Pandora's box of psychological disorders, instead one drawer at a time instead of the whole closet, then we hit the closet when all related issues are uncovered.

Thee system should undergo a therapy or a surgery where cleaning the wound is imperative before closing it...
 

Viral

Active Member
Ce texte de Paul Hitti

“Les amis, ALERTE

C'est un vieux journaliste reporter de guerre qui vous parle ici... Moi en l'occurence. Non à une guerre à la Syrienne... Car on nous la prépare...

De nos jours, les destructions de pays se font par les chaînes de télé, les réseaux sociaux et le maquillage de victimes à présenter au monde pour raser un pays et piller ses richesses.

Pour nous Libanais, on nous demande 2 choses: l'implantation des Syro-palestiniens et le gaz naissant bientôt sous nos côtes maritimes.

MeRdias d'abord:

Objectif: monter le peuple et le monde contre les forces de l'ordre, et ultérieurement contre l'armée.

MTV, Jadeed et LBC , trois chaînes de télé qui ont vendu leur âme au diable ...

Elles jouent avec le feu, et perçoivent leur chèque pour matraquer sans arrêt que les forces de l'ordre attaquent DES MANIFESTANTS... Alors que ce sont les forces de l'ordre qui sont attaquées par une armée ORGANISÉE ... Aujourd'hui des pétards, demain des kalachnikovs...

Imposteurs et menteurs, traîtres à dollars... Le danger de ces chaînes est immense, et leur narratif sera un jour utilisé pour faire du Liban une deuxième Syrie 2011. L'Etat qui tue ses propres citoyens ...

On a déjà toutes les organisations sionistes de défense des droits de l'homme sur le dos pour accuser les forces de l'ordre, et leur référence audio-visuelle est l'imagerie tournée et commentée (surtout) par les journaillons de service.

L 'international commence à se saisir de notre crise. Le but : connecter le tronçon gazo-pétrolier du Golfe au pipeline israélien, Et piller notre richesse à la faveur d'un chaos similaire au chaos Syrien et Irakien et implanter les ex-ISIS syro palestiniens en les naturalisant Libanais...

Les metteurs en scène: Erdogan, Pompéo, Natanyahou

Les éxécutants: Cette armée de la nuit qui vient du Nord, des camps de réfugiés palesto-Syriens, bourrés d'assassins ex-ISIS dirigés et payés par l'argent Turc et soutenus par les ONG euro-américaines, est déposée tous les soirs au centre-ville aux accès du parlement pour huer, aboyer, insulter et attaquer aux pierres et aux pétards les forces de l'ordre barricadées pour protéger le siège de la chambre des députés.

Cette armée est ramassée au petit matin, ramenée aux camps, et rebelote...

Dans les coulisses, se prépare un autre scénario également copié des casques blancs ... On maquille une centaine de jeunes en blessés ou en brûlés au napalm pour les montrer le moment venu aux médias et accabler les forces de l'ordre ou l'armée pour utilisation d'armes chimiques...

Retour au narratif-matraquage des trois chaines de la traitrise programmée. Il faut d'abord suspendre ces chaînes si elles ne font pas preuve d'honnêteté médiatique et commentent proprement ce qu'ils montrent aux gens ... Ensuite, cesser d'appeller les assaillants "manifestants pacifiques attaqués et repoussés par les forces de l'ordre"... Ce sont eux qui attaquent, et les forces de l'ordre se défendent..

Enfin, cesser de donner le micro à des voyous qui jaillissent au moment voulu du "LIVE" pour faire un doigt d'honneur â la république, avec le reporter-robotisé qui joue à la victime violée...

La reporter de MTV qui un instant avant d'être attaquée et bafouée accablait les forces de l'ordre par de fausses accusations, se retrouve en train de mendier leur protection... Karma ...

Au fil des jours, ce complot se précise... Il ne faut pas laisser ces chaînes aider à son déroulement.

Quant au bon peuple de la révolution pacifique, il se présente pacifiquement en effet, de jour, pour un café, un sandwich là où c'est encore possible, et quelques uns, s'en vont le soir, innocemment se payer quelques jets d'eau et du lacrymogène avant de vite constater que ceux qui les entourent ne sont pas des pacifiques et pas toujours des Libanais ...

N'est-ce pas bien étrange que tant d'argent et de couverture Live soient dépensés la nuit pour tomber sur les forces de l'ordre?

Finalement je me dois de remarquer le silence sourd de la faction Libanaise accusée toujours d'être la violence destructrice ...

Je note aussi la dêmission en chaîne des politiciens et parlementaires et ministres de certains rangs ...

J'espère seulement qu'ils soient en train d'attendre le bon moment pour se manifester positivement ... Même si ce sont eux qui aujourd'hui sont mis au ban ...

Cette fois-ci ce sera leur guerre face au même ennemi confessionnel et extrémiste religieux qui ne cesse de nous poursuivre depuis plus de 30 ans pour nous détruire.

Cet ennemi, renaît aujourd'hui sous une autre nationalité, avec une armée prête dans les camps, et un haut commissaire tripolitain, ancien chef militaire qui en veut à mort à l'institution qu'il a un jour dirigée ... Et divisée confessionellement... Un malade mental qui avait aidé les réfugiés et les mercenaires islamistes à détruire sa propre ville, Tripoli.

les bus chargés reviendront ce soir de Tripoli déverser leur flot puant dont on sent l'odeur nauséabonde sans oser les nommer.
 

coralie

Legendary Member
Fake ...fake ... Fake
There is nothing called revolution .
I said it and i will repeat it , the lebanese ppl were sleeping or in deep coma for 30 years , clapping cheering voting for the same bunch of thieves over and over again and when suddenly they woke up they attacked insulted and accused the wrong people .
Cha3b maltouch .
Now noone will convince me that the so called revolution was realy from the people and for the people . How ?
They are cheering for the same guy who left them marinating in the hole of shit in the most difficult times knowing that he is "leading" the most (rich) corrupt bloc the one behind the bankruptcy of our country .
Talking about revolution ? Bla bla bla ... Habal .
Traitors that what they are .
 

Viral

Active Member
Dear beloved 7irak:

YOU FAILED!

Please go home, we’ll call you back when we need you...

Are we better off today than we were October 2019?

Jobs, economy, safety, security, hope…

We had a golden opportunity few days after the movement had started to accept the government proposal with concrete and verifiable reform plans.

Instead of identifying and supporting the good elected politicians to rise and hold the corrupt accountable from within before dismissing them all, you chose to destroy everything.

You basically gave the corrupt refuge and cover-up allowing them to blend in and hide inside the crowd.

You were fooled by those who made you believe you were giants when in fact you are nothing but a small group of useful idiots.

You are not the role model for a healthy society and government.

You can’t even name your leadership. Your excuse you want to protect them from being identified and smeared. Is that the model transparency you are promoting for the new government?

You are incompetent. You have been used by the very same political and religious groups you pretend you are rising against. You fell in their traps thinking you can look bigger and more powerful than you really are by not denouncing those criminals abusing your movement by building walls, blocking roads, throwing nails on the streets, destroying public and private properties and attacking the cleanest army on earth: The Lebanese Army.

It is easy to destroy but do you know how to rebuild?

You destroyed what was left of our economy, jobs, healthcare and most importantly the people’s hope and their families’ happiness. Our little children are growing up witnessing your arrogance, irresponsibility, lack of respect to others and the disgusting language you’re using in public.

As bad as some of our politicians might be, unlike you, none of them was self appointed. No matter how bad of a choice they might be, all of them were democratically elected by the Lebanese people less than two year ago.

On the other hand, I, like every other Lebanese, did not vote for you. You do not represent me or any of the Lebanese families that you are destroying their lives with your irresponsible behavior.

If the Lebanese voters made bad choices in the past, they must live with them until the next election takes place. Meanwhile, you immature and naïve useful idiots should declare yourself out of the streets so the army can go in and does its duty towards the peaceful Lebanese citizens by cleaning their streets from the savages and terrorists without stumbling over you unless you happened to be part of them.

And remember the free food in the streets… There is no free lunch. They’re milking you… So please go home and do something productive.

Where did I go wrong?
 
Don't be too happy about it; I agree with you that the revolution is dead; but that's not good news; the revolution was Lebanon last hope.

Now people are desperate ; and desperate people do desperate things.
 

Viral

Active Member
Don't be too happy about it; I agree with you that the revolution is dead; but that's not good news; the revolution was Lebanon last hope.

Now people are desperate ; and desperate people do desperate things.
I’m not happy I was right.
I wish I was wrong!!!

7irak failed because of their naïveté. They failed the moment they adopted the slogan “Killon Ya3ni Killon”

7irak committed suicide few days after they started when they had full support of the people so they felt invincible and failed to grab a golden opportunity by the previous government that was really scared of the people and ready to deal with them.
Today, the warlords and crooks are stronger than ever and controlling the streets through political and sectarian strings.
Where are those hungry people that 7irak is supposed to be screaming on their behalf? Are they better off today than before?

Where are those con artists forum posters from Australia and beyond making fools out of naïve 7irak and suggesting LL devaluation is worth the so called cause when they are not even living in Lebanon?

They try telling you the financial situation was going to collapse either way. Can they prove it??? As bad as it might be, Lebanon corruption coexisted with Lebanon’s economy and finances until the banks shut down because of stupid and irresponsible 7irak that didn't know when to stop because they had no leader and no plan. That triggered the snowballing when the people got scared and rushed to the banks when they reopened. And during the following months, billions of dollars were shipped outside the country, expatiates stopped sending dollars home and hard currency generating tourism came to a halt. That’s what killed the LL and brought real starvation to the people.

It doesn’t matter how much money is stolen by the crooks; if that money remains in the Lebanese banking system, the LL keeps its value. Actually that’s the miracle that made the LL keep its value all those years until stupid 7irak though they know better….

I'm willing to bet, most Lebanese living in Lebanon today, if asked, will accept going back to pre 7irak disaster with all the corruption and begging to kiss any ass that brings their LL value to 1500/$..........................
 

Robin Hood

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
Hassan Diab failed. He should resign. More mou7asasa from this failed government. People should kick out the whole political class

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