POST-Elections 2022

Who will you vote for in the upcoming general election?

  • FPM

    Votes: 30 37.0%
  • LF

    Votes: 24 29.6%
  • HA

    Votes: 1 1.2%
  • KATAEB

    Votes: 1 1.2%
  • FM/PSP/ex 14 March candidates

    Votes: 1 1.2%
  • AMAL/MARADA/SSNP/8 March candidates

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Other (MMFD, SABAA, independent candidates)

    Votes: 16 19.8%
  • Not voting, blank vote or undecided

    Votes: 8 9.9%

  • Total voters
    81

flag-waver

Legendary Member
Becharre is not poor at all. It was neglected by the government during the Syrian occupation era. It was punished for being the most patriotic town in Lebanon but now it is the pride of all Lebanese patriots.

It is no longer a peaceful town due to it being a LF bastion.... l 3ama wlo hal LFers. Everything they touch gets damaged with concrete.
 

Bazek

Legendary Member
Becharre is not poor at all. It was neglected by the government during the Syrian occupation era. It was punished for being the most patriotic town in Lebanon but now it is the pride of all Lebanese patriots.
most patriotic !!! wahahahahahaha Bshareh was occupied by Syrians and did not fight one single battle , Pride of all lebanese !!! wahahahahahaha maybe and a big maybe from Sit-Rida yes 🤣 :lol: Bshareh shi Bikhareh
 

The_FPMer

Well-Known Member
most patriotic !!! wahahahahahaha Bshareh was occupied by Syrians and did not fight one single battle , Pride of all lebanese !!! wahahahahahaha maybe and a big maybe from Sit-Rida yes 🤣 :lol: Bshareh shi Bikhareh
Cedars of God are in Bcharre, keep politics out of areas.
 

flag-waver

Legendary Member
He can support a Satanist party if he wants to, but the problem is that his idea of a good MP and a prosperous area is not even at third-world country standard hence why corrupt and/or unfit politicians keep getting elected.

He can like who ever he wants but be honest. Bcharre alot of good work has been done in the district. It is not what he describes it. The way he describes it is due to his political tendencies.
 

The_FPMer

Well-Known Member
He can like who ever he wants but be honest. Bcharre alot of good work has been done in the district. It is not what he describes it. The way he describes it is due to his political tendencies.
Lmao at JB loving your previous post, the guy is drooling to lick the Syrian ranger w bi 7adirna bl independence.

As for Bcharre, you're right lots of work has been done but other parts of the country were not focused on so much by the LF.
 

flag-waver

Legendary Member
Lmao at JB loving your previous post, the guy is drooling to lick the Syrian ranger w bi 7adirna bl independence.

As for Bcharre, you're right lots of work has been done but other parts of the country were not focused on so much by the LF.

He loved the post la2ano he is a SSNPer in FPM costume. Alot of SSNPers became in the FPM and the originals ended up out. The SSNP has broken into two and is irrelevant anyways.

North 3 in general alot of work was done by the LF. Not sure about the remaining parts of the country. But the country is not stable and there is always something dramatic happening that takes you away from doing your work.
 

The_FPMer

Well-Known Member
He loved the post la2ano he is a SSNPer in FPM costume. Alot of SSNPers became in the FPM and the originals ended up out. The SSNP has broken into two and is irrelevant anyways.
Bye7kik bl Christian rights w baddo ydawwebon lal Christians in a sea of non-Christians, fhama eza fik tefhama.
North 3 in general alot of work was done by the LF. Not sure about the remaining parts of the country. But the country is not stable and there is always something dramatic happening that takes you away from doing your work.
I don't think so, I think all parties in Lebanon do not know how to create jobs, they truly don't even if they want to. They may build a small square here and there, plant tree, but stimulating the economy is not their forte. From the north to the south, farmers throw away their harvest every year, uni undergrads have been mostly out of a job since over a decade etc.
 

flag-waver

Legendary Member
Bye7kik bl Christian rights w baddo ydawwebon lal Christians in a sea of non-Christians, fhama eza fik tefhama.

I don't think so, I think all parties in Lebanon do not know how to create jobs, they truly don't even if they want to. They may build a small square here and there, plant tree, but stimulating the economy is not their forte. From the north to the south, farmers throw away their harvest every year, uni undergrads have been mostly out of a job since over a decade etc.

They are just Syrian puppets man. As now they are allied with the so called 'resistance' they tell you the christians should be allied in the resistance axis and with Syria. This is how we protect ourselves, dhimmitude.

The Lebanese populace has always been a population of higher learning. Simply in the small country it cannot accommodate thousands upon thousands graduating every year. They simply don't have jobs for them and Lebanon has always been a country that someone migrates from. The farmers need more work. Our agriculture industry is in ruins and it shouldn't be as we have alot of agriculture from north to south. We now even import apples from Jordan since the civil war ended and we shouldn't need to.
 

Manifesto

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
He can support a Satanist party if he wants to, but the problem is that his idea of a good MP and a prosperous area is not even at third-world country standard hence why corrupt and/or unfit politicians keep getting elected.

Koura has a reputable university, decent infrastructure, and is home to many intellectuals and doctors.
Bcharreh's main export is Geagea.

Have you actually been to Amioun? It's such a nicely preserved town with beautiful houses and villas, unlike Bcharreh with its concrete monstrosities. But then again, no one ever accused ouwwet of having good taste. They've always been goat herders.
 

The_FPMer

Well-Known Member
Koura has a reputable university, decent infrastructure, and is home to many intellectuals and doctors.
Bcharreh's main export is Geagea.
Who are Koura's intellectuals?
Have you actually been to Amioun? It's such a nicely preserved town with beautiful houses and villas, unlike Bcharreh with its concrete monstrosities. But then again, no one ever accused ouwwet of having good taste. They've always been goat herders.
I'm not downing Amioun, I'm saying we should demand more of our politicians.
 

freelebanonn

Legendary Member
regardless, 6 MPs are useless upfront
you can keep them, and Bassil can shove them.
I couldn't care less about MPs representing the expats
i want a change in parliament and for that my vote has more weight voting against one of the 15 districts.

Personally i vote in North 3 and didn't want to take the risk of voting against 6 MPs, so i did not register w nezel entekheb b lebnen
i might even get FPM to pay for my ticket like they offered me in 2018 so the joy of voting against them will be double.
Good for you. lets see how couple of hundred of votes will change the parliament.
 

Dark Angel

Legendary Member
How is FPM second seat guaranteed? There is no alliance with FM this time and William Tawk alliance with FPM isn't confirmed. Also it's cringe calling LF "ja3ja3ists" the term "aounist" was popular back in the 89-90 referring to "ansar aoun" there is no "ansar geagea" those are LFers who believe in the LF cause not ansar a certain za3im

it is basic mathematics. 1 + 1 = 2.
the polls are indicating that the second seat is guaranteed.

as to the ja3ja3ists this is what they are. the tribal forces of ja3ja3 took over what once the LF through a series of uprisings and backstabs, using their clans in the process, and thus reducing it from the military arm of the Lebanese Front, to something closer to the military wing of the jaafar clan, and it is still this very clan mentality governing that party today, an even more primitive dynamic than that of franjiyeh's feudalism in zgharta.
 

Mrsrx

Not an expert!
Staff member
How is FPM second seat guaranteed? There is no alliance with FM this time and William Tawk alliance with FPM isn't confirmed. Also it's cringe calling LF "ja3ja3ists" the term "aounist" was popular back in the 89-90 referring to "ansar aoun" there is no "ansar geagea" those are LFers who believe in the LF cause not ansar a certain za3im
As much as Amal believe in the ma7roumin cause, marada in wtv cause and FM in making the hariris more money and PSP are socialists :lol: ....
All [major] leb parties are za3im parties and not real ones (maybe the exception is HA they are not a za3im party but a foreign franchise one)...if they were their leaders would have changed with time if they did not you are lying to yourself
 

lebnan_lilkel

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
it is basic mathematics. 1 + 1 = 2.
the polls are indicating that the second seat is guaranteed.

as to the ja3ja3ists this is what they are. the tribal forces of ja3ja3 took over what once the LF through a series of uprisings and backstabs, using their clans in the process, and thus reducing it from the military arm of the Lebanese Front, to something closer to the military wing of the jaafar clan, and it is still this very clan mentality governing that party today, an even more primitive dynamic than that of franjiyeh's feudalism in zgharta.
The only visionary Lebanese leader in recent history was Bashir. He assembled a true intelligent force of young intelligent men under his thumb. Once he was assassinated they turned to greed and tretiary. All our leaders have been reduced to simple traditional feudals. You can put lipstick on a pig but it's still a pig. Our only hope is a risky second civil war then a real partition. The people who start the second war will not finish it. New winners will evolve. Similar to 1975-1990.
 
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