Samir Geagea Health Issues - How Might It Affect the LF and Lebanon?

Who will take over after SG?

  • Setrida Geagea

    Votes: 7 19.4%
  • Ziad Hawwat

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • George Adwan

    Votes: 1 2.8%
  • Antoine Zahra

    Votes: 1 2.8%
  • Nadim Gemayyel

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Joseph_Lubnan

    Votes: 24 66.7%
  • Other

    Votes: 3 8.3%

  • Total voters
    36

flag-waver

Well-Known Member
Okay you changed my mind
I did picture Bashir in that speech

i withdraw my previous posts

Also man it is due to the voters for the LF. Masalan i doubt that LF can win more than 1 seat in Baabda, Metn, Keserwen, Jbeil, Chouf and Aley. Ya3ne total of 6 seats. But in Batroun, Koura, Zgharta, Bcharre, Baalbeck, Zahle and Beirut 1 he can win more. The LF popularity is outside the christian majority region.

Batroun 1
Koura he has huge support even if he didnt win a seat due to the preferentials.
Bcharre Ma3roufe
Zahle he can win 2 seats easy.
Baalbeck he won 1
Beirut 1 kameina 1

He doesnt have a Habchi like in mount lebanon.
 

Patriot

Legendary Member
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Also man it is due to the voters for the LF. Masalan i doubt that LF can win more than 1 seat in Baabda, Metn, Keserwen, Jbeil, Chouf and Aley. Ya3ne total of 6 seats. But in Batroun, Koura, Zgharta, Bcharre, Baalbeck, Zahle and Beirut 1 he can win more. The LF popularity is outside the christian majority region.

Batroun 1
Koura he has huge support even if he didnt win a seat due to the preferentials.
Bcharre Ma3roufe
Zahle he can win 2 seats easy.
Baalbeck he won 1
Beirut 1 kameina 1

He doesnt have a Habchi like in mount lebanon.

They don't need
all they need is a charismatic guy that can rally the Christians behind a sectarian banner, Bachir style (Regardless of where he's from)

That's all it takes really to attract the neutral Christian population in a time where Christians are becoming a target rather than a partner in this country.
 

flag-waver

Well-Known Member
They don't need
all they need is a charismatic guy that can rally the Christians behind a sectarian banner, Bachir style (Regardless of where he's from)

That's all it takes really to attract the neutral Christian population in a time where Christians are becoming a target rather than a partner in this country.

Its hard to find a charismatic guy for the christians these days. Most are pussies bro. They care about their haircut, what they wear and their perfume.
 

Patriot

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
Its hard to find a charismatic guy for the christians these days. Most are pussies bro. They care about their haircut, what they wear and their perfume.

Of course,
All non pussies got either killed, locked or exiled :)

Habshi needs to be very careful ;)
His house getting shot at last week was a clear message i assume
 

flag-waver

Well-Known Member
Of course,
All non pussies got either killed, locked or exiled :)

Habshi needs to be very careful ;)
His house getting shot at last week was a clear message i assume

Im not talking about the politicians. Im talking about the normal people. 90% of the people care about what they are wearing. Real men are hard to find these days.
 

Aegon

Well-Known Member
He can barely talk good arabic man...

LF have lots of well spoken and respectable members
both Fadi saad and Fadi Karam come to mind (for example)

I wonder if Fadi Karam being an Orthodox can limit his hierarchical rise within the party :p (i doubt it though)

Fadi Karam! LOL
 

Aegon

Well-Known Member
Habshi, Kamyoujian and Hawat are the future of the party in my opinion. They are also the most charismatic and best orators in the group.
 

flag-waver

Well-Known Member
So boring! I hope he stays in retirement.

Hawat is not even LF. He just supports the party. The LF 3andoun problem with this anyway.

FPM masalan 3andoun Gebran, ziad Aswad, Alain Aoun, Hikmat Dib, Salim Aoun, Simon Abi Ramia. Ya3ne these are the most vocal.
 

joseph_lubnan

Legendary Member
man Zahra is a Me33az



Kamyoujian highly unlikely
you'd prefer a Maronite that can eventually preside the country
Hawat is new, is he even a Partisan ?

look you undemocratic Bas***rds :) the polls have spoken stop throwing bullshit names around :) JL was already elected, period, point a la ligne nu2ta 3ala ekher 2aw awwal wl sater whatever you prefer, heiki min el ekher, capiche, shou fhemna? :)

Walla 3eib ma ba2a fi rou7 dimoqrateyye bi hal forum :)
 

Patriot

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
look you undemocratic Bas***rds :) the polls have spoken stop throwing bullshit names around :) JL was already elected, period, point a la ligne nu2ta 3ala ekher 2aw awwal wl sater whatever you prefer, heiki min el ekher, capiche, shou fhemna? :)

well
according to you, 'You're not a Partisan' :(
so you fall under the same category as Hawat :(
 

Aegon

Well-Known Member
man Zahra is a Me33az



Kamyoujian highly unlikely
you'd prefer a Maronite that can eventually preside the country
Hawat is new, is he even a Partisan ?

The only ones that dislike Kamyoujian are Tasnaq, and the FM Armenians of Beirut. I do not see him nor want him as the ulitmate leader but I hope he becomes an important figure in the years to come.

Not sure what's Hawat's current status but down the road he will play an important role in the party.
 
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