POST-Elections 2022

Who will you vote for in the upcoming general election?

  • FPM

    Votes: 14 34.1%
  • LF

    Votes: 13 31.7%
  • HA

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • KATAEB

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • FM/PSP/ex 14 March candidates

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • AMAL/MARADA/SSNP/8 March candidates

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

    Votes: 7 17.1%
  • Not voting, blank vote or undecided

    Votes: 7 17.1%

  • Total voters
    41

NAFAR

Legendary Member
I agree but he consider with Sami Gemayel LF part of the system which is wrong
Samy Gmayel and Mu3awad represents the system in its best ways; their families were for long time at the center of the system.
I would choose someone who forged his way like Wahab or G3g3 over such incompetent political families descendants.
 

NAFAR

Legendary Member
I gave you a like for the last point. The "revolutionaries" had a unique opportunity to put forth some charismatic personalities with a political agenda and work on it, it was wasted! The representatives for the failed revolution are now LF and Hariri, whereas in the early days a lot of independents joined in. Outside of charbel nahas who let's face it is not very popular, they have no viable candidates. Plus, they're now eating each other instead of working on a political program for the next elections so they can actually implement some constructive change.
Hypocrisy is a Lebanese brand.
I am disgusted that for 18 months those hypocrites were pretending to be "thawra", while they were either on payrolls or made millions of $ out of Salemy ponzy scheme.
When MTV LBC and NTV are the "thawra" TV channels what do you expect?
Lebanese society (not only politicians) is rotten to the core.... a bunch of hypocrites and ignorants.
 

Ralph N

Well-Known Member
Hypocrisy is a Lebanese brand.
I am disgusted that for 18 months those hypocrites were pretending to be "thawra", while they were either on payrolls or made millions of $ out of Salemy ponzy scheme.
When MTV LBC and NTV are the "thawra" TV channels what do you expect?
Lebanese society (not only politicians) is rotten to the core.... a bunch of hypocrites and ignorants.
Told you they are salafi....

I was at a point very mad at bassil, but being mad from Bassil doesnt make me got to LF....
 
Unlike you I am a Christian. Can never be a paid jihadist for mbs....or his dog who rules over the one who sits in me3rab...
MBS is much better than your master Khameiny fakih Jihadist
He is giving women their rights and opening and modernizing his country
If you don’t like Ksa don’t go and beg for money there and don’t go to work there or in the gulf
@Patriot
 
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Dark Angel

Legendary Member
If this is true why are LF demanding early parliamentary elections
they were demanding and pushing for it in the early stages of the uprising, there was an anti-FPM momentum at the time. currently however, things have changed and the situation flipped due to many factors, so on a leadership level, the LF is now requesting it very shily. the anti-FPM momentum in the early stages did not take long for many to realize the injustice and the danger of what was unfolding. there was also a surge of FPM membership requests in the period that followed. now the recent statistics are validating this change. all political parties have receded, but FPM's loss is rather very slight in comparison.

seemingly the only course that could lead to early elections now is an understanding between FPM and LF to resign together from the parliament and consequently lead to its dissolution, though this is an unlikely scenario.
 

Dan`-

Well-Known Member
As a long-time member of this forum and an ex-FPMer, I hope that the next elections will see a dramatic fall of FPM on all levels, shrinking their parliamentary size to the smallest minority and eventually ending their dismal political adventure in Lebanese politics.

This is the only opportunity to hold this shame of a political party accountable. It is either the voters take this responsibility or be responsible for the consequences on this country's future.
 

VipModz

アスカディア『ツ』
Orange Room Supporter
FPM's loss is rather very slight in comparison.
FPM "Strong Lebanon" bloc shrinked from 29 to 24 MPs, FPM refused by-elections for 10 vacant seats, didn't FPM suffer the most since 17 Oct?
seemingly the only course that could lead to early elections now is an understanding between FPM and LF to resign together from the parliament and consequently lead to its dissolution, though this is an unlikely scenario.
With the new alliance "Amal-FM-PSP-Marada" the only way to stop Frangieh from becoming president and avoid extending the Lebanese parliament’s term is the resignation of both FPM and LF + tetbi2 el medde 24 men el doustour.
 
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Dark Angel

Legendary Member
FPM "Strong Lebanon" bloc shrinked from 29 to 24 MPs,
this is normal for several reasons. with the exception of roukoz, these were not exactly FPMers, though even roukoz was not a party member. regardless, roukoz was flagged as a disappointment when he became a public figure and began speaking, and i may have mentioned something about that during the previous elections, let's say he was an excellent officer but less so of a politician.
FPM refused by-elections for 10 vacant seats, didn't FPM suffer the most since 17 Oct?
this is an opportunity for FPM to win 1 or 2 seats from the partial elections, even if all the opponents ran together and orchestrated their efforts. but the matter is not just in FPM's hands. i am not sure why the elections were not conducted, and i do not know who is not making that call or why. but in my personal perspective, there are tactical and strategic reasons that i will not dive into that could warrant skipping them until the general elections.

With the new alliance "Amal-FM-PSP-Marada" the only way to stop Frangieh from becoming president and avoid extending the Lebanese parliament’s term is the resignation of both FPM and LF + tetbi2 el medde 24 men el doustour.
the presidency is not the top priority of FPM currently, doesn't mean it is meaningless, but currently it is more of a liability than anything else. FPM has plenty to do, and it is not strictly inside the institution of the state, the community is obliterated and it needs to be rebuilt.

as to the amal/fm/psp/marada/LF/etc.. this is not a new alliance. this is how it has been for a long time now.
 

Ralph N

Well-Known Member
As a long-time member of this forum and an ex-FPMer, I hope that the next elections will see a dramatic fall of FPM on all levels, shrinking their parliamentary size to the smallest minority and eventually ending their dismal political adventure in Lebanese politics.

This is the only opportunity to hold this shame of a political party accountable. It is either the voters take this responsibility or be responsible for the consequences on this country's future.
As an Ex FPM er? you want LF kataeb, Jumblat, Berri Hariri to be stronger then FPM?....
 

Dark Angel

Legendary Member
Not just stronger
Personally i want FPM banned and disbanded

just my 2 cents
And buried until the end of time under the immortal cedar trees 🌲
Amen
spoken like true thugs, and always true to the ja3ja3ist murderous and treacherous history. birds of feather. it is only normal that you will always end up favoring criminal warlords over decent and respectable people. disgusting, to say the least.

do not think you are a new phenomena, we have been dealing with people like you for a very long time. it is idiots like you who are sent on missions to assassinate people like tony frangieh and others, brain dead idiots with no moral or ethical compass.

a mistake that evolution is bound to correct relatively quickly.
 

VipModz

アスカディア『ツ』
Orange Room Supporter
idiots like you who are sent on missions to assassinate people like tony frangieh
if tony frangieh militia didn't kill Joud el Bayeh, tony frangieh death would have been avoidable, it's a shame that you guys only talk about one side of the story
 

Dark Angel

Legendary Member
if tony frangieh militia didn't kill Joud el Bayeh, tony frangieh death would have been avoidable, it's a shame that you guys only talk about one side of the story
it does not matter who killed who, it is always the same type of people who carry out the killing, regardless of which side they belong to, and regardless what justification they give for their crimes. you can rest assured those who killed joud el baye3 also have some sort of a proper justification in their own twisted little minds.

and it goes without saying not many of you will get what i am talking about, but those who do should reexamine their reality, if they are able to do so.
 
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