Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah Calls for the Boycott of American Products

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  • Lebmonage

    Lebmonage

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    If the Hezbollah community was more concerned with scientific and cultural innovation, rather than splitting their foreheads open, I’d take Mr. Nasrallah more seriously....
    More ignorance. Hezbollah followers do not split their forehead and in fact they deem tatbeer as haram.
     
    Lebmonage

    Lebmonage

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    Sometimes you make sense using strict logical reasoning, other times you let your wishful fantasies run your tongue. Boycott American products and end up like a worst-case Iran, minus the oil plus the total absence of any production industry worth remembering. That's the mild definition of a less than drat 3a blat nation, 2eza men hesh aw men nesh no one really cares. And this has nothing to do with any self-imposed inferiority complex; rather that's how much impact we have on the fast-moving uninterested universe that we imagine pays attention to us. Believing in the opposite is a delusion, however.

    If Nasrallah's folks driving their American cars are to heed his call and your condition, are you prepared to also stop using your Samsung (as it contains American manufactured components), abandon all your social media accounts including the precious Whatsapp, stop watching TV, Netflix on your American component-based computer and TV, never touch a Coca-cola and Pepsi, nor watch American movies bel mekhfe w men ta7t la ta7t?
    I know you are not, and I'm not joking, because you're smarter than so. Nasrallah's call is therefore hollow.
    I think everyone is now ripe to stop this silly war, including Hizballah. Let's get smart, there's also strength in being smarter than only defying.

    How about Nasrallah opening up for talks with the Americans and Israelis, for a change? 2enno perpetual resisting is for sure not winning over your enemy, only not losing big, but always a little as time goes by. They're keeping you, and everyone in Lebanon, singa ta2, always on high alert. Is this a life?
    The stronger needs only to keep being a threat, the sweat and tears are all done on the resister's end. Unless you are capable of beating the Americans and Israelis and reconquer the lands within 2 years, you are better off talking to them instead.. of course through the Lebanese state where you already are represented.
    We all know the world is interconnected and we live in a globalized world. For the fact that a Samsung use American components doesn't mean it is an American product. Sometimes, a boycott may strictly be symbolic.

    However, I am not advocating a boycott of American products, when the man calling for a boycott has his followers driving GMC vehicles. Until the GMC vehicles are no longer seen in Dahiyeh, then such a call can be considered.

    I have always advocated that the Iran led alliance in the region need to speak with the Americans and the Americans too need to speak to them. Neither side will win in the ongoing struggle and both sides can inflict more pain and suffering on the other.

    Nonetheless, I do not support talking with the Israehellis at this point. Until the Palestinian conflict is resolved and there are no Palestinian refugees in Lebanon and their children, we can't compromise with Israehell. The Palestinian refugee crisis is of major concern to most Lebanese. We do not want to see them naturalize through any means; whether under the table or through the back door. They should return to Palestine or to some other country that can absorb them.
     
    Big Brother

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    US GDP: 21.44 trillion dollars.

    Please explain what impact a loss of 2 billion dollars a year will have on our economy. You know, so that I can start preparing for the worst. According to you folks, we tremble when 7assouna speaks, let alone threaten us with boycott. PS are you still buying Israeli produce in your markets? Or is it all "Turkish"? 😂
     
    Big Brother

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    Venezuela, an oil rich nation, is a disaster and not an example to emulate. Nasrallah is an enemy of Lebanon and a danger to the future of the Lebanese. Time for all Lebanese to stand up and fight against this cancerous tumor.
     
    My Moria Moon

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    We all know the world is interconnected and we live in a globalized world. For the fact that a Samsung use American components doesn't mean it is an American product. Sometimes, a boycott may strictly be symbolic.

    However, I am not advocating a boycott of American products, when the man calling for a boycott has his followers driving GMC vehicles. Until the GMC vehicles are no longer seen in Dahiyeh, then such a call can be considered.

    I have always advocated that the Iran led alliance in the region need to speak with the Americans and the Americans too need to speak to them. Neither side will win in the ongoing struggle and both sides can inflict more pain and suffering on the other.

    Nonetheless, I do not support talking with the Israehellis at this point. Until the Palestinian conflict is resolved and there are no Palestinian refugees in Lebanon and their children, we can't compromise with Israehell. The Palestinian refugee crisis is of major concern to most Lebanese. We do not want to see them naturalize through any means; whether under the table or through the back door. They should return to Palestine or to some other country that can absorb them.
    Regarding the Palestinian refugees issue, we need to start somewhere, and talking to someone is usually better than shooting or idling and saying nothing. And if not to the enemy you need to settle things with, who else need we talk to?
     
    Big Brother

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    Regarding the Palestinian refugees issue, we need to start somewhere, and talking to someone is usually better than shooting or idling and saying nothing. And if not to the enemy you need to settle things with, who else need we talk to?
    Talk to me baby.
     
    NewLeb

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    More ignorance. Hezbollah followers do not split their forehead and in fact they deem tatbeer as haram.
    Irrelevant technicalities. If Hezbollah and Co. want to put an end to Western/Jewish political and economic dominance, they have to start acting like it.

    The Muslims ruled the world once, and they can again. Constantly referring to the same old topics “blood of martyrs” will get us NOWHERE.
     
    Lebmonage

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    Irrelevant technicalities. If Hezbollah and Co. want to put an end to Western/Jewish political and economic dominance, they have to start acting like it.

    The Muslims ruled the world once, and they can again. Constantly referring to the same old topics “blood of martyrs” will get us NOWHERE.
    Mr @AtheistForJesus , start first by taking care of your bipolar personality.
     
    NewLeb

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    Mr @AtheistForJesus , start first by taking care of your bipolar personality.
    Typical, no intelligible response. And people like you think you can go one on one with Western political dominance. Back to counter-strike, kid.
     
    Picasso

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    Does it include the US Dollar?

    There is a joke in Dahieh about those who protest in front of the US embassy, what if the ambassador got out and started giving them passports, on which side will they be?!

    It's hard to find a Hezbollah member who doesn't have a family member or a relative who resides in the US or a Western country. The dream of Shiite guys is to go live abroad, and this "abroad" includes all countries, but mysteriously enough it doesn't include Iran! One would wonder, not if the call is realistic, but also if it's serious. When the nuclear deal was signed, the number of people commemorating the attack on the American embassy in Tehran dwindled, and when Trump held Iran accountable for its empire of militias, the numbers increased.

    Rouhani went to Italy to bring investment to his country, since the Europeans are eager to get into the 80-million-consumer market, while our countries are only a source of manpower and a space for the octopus to stretch its tentacles. Why wouldn't they build factories in Baalback-el-Hermel area and export the products to Iran if they care for the well-being of the Lebanese Shia? Unless they see them good only for rocket factories.

    With time I became well aware of the level of ignorance the ideological leaders want their people to live in. The Iranian economy itself is hardly equal to Greater Boston, and this economy cannot be a model since it's suffering first hand from corruption and mismanagement. And what does the Sayyed have to add to the economic discussion, is it to talk about Iran the economic role model? or better to shift attention he calls people to boycott American products? and does he realize how the international economy works nowadays? or is it the repetitive slogan that he still memorizes from the revolutionary seventies and the exploitative eighties?

    Let's take Starbucks for example. For a long time in Dahieh people rebuked us because we visit the place, but what I couldn't get is the number of Abaya's and bearded men out there? You will need to live among them for a long time to realize that the issue is not about right or wrong, the case is they are fighting to be the sole representatives of our countries on the negotiating table with the Americans. They want to be the authority that decides, the ones who can make it right or wrong.

    He now controls a community that is drained, worn out, a community that lives in misery and paranoia, yet he still asks for more manpower because Iran has sniffed an empire in the make. HA has weaponized everything, from religion to public squares, and from mosques to clothes. Yet, their "enemies" are still there, and the victorious forever battle has become a tunnel where the shortage of dollars and American sanctions have uncovered the ruins, the stains and the rubble.
     
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    Resign

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    Does it include the US Dollar?

    There is a joke in Dahieh about those who protest in front of the US embassy, what if the ambassador got out and started giving them passports, on which side will they be?!

    It's hard to find a Hezbollah member who doesn't have a family member or a relative who resides in the US or a Western country. The dream of Shiite guys is to go live abroad, and this "abroad" includes all countries, but mysteriously enough it doesn't include Iran! One would wonder, not if the call is realistic, but also if it's serious. When the nuclear deal was signed, the number of people commemorating the attack on the American embassy in Tehran dwindled, and when Trump held Iran accountable for its empire of militias, the numbers increased.

    Rouhani went to Italy to bring investment to his country, since the Europeans are eager to get into the 80-million-consumer market, while our countries are only a source of manpower and a space for the octopus to stretch its tentacles. Why wouldn't they build factories in Baalback-el-Hermel area and export the products to Iran if they care for the well-being of the Lebanese Shia? Unless they see them good only for rocket factories.

    With time I became well aware of the level of ignorance the ideological leaders want their people to live in. The Iranian economy itself is hardly equal to Greater Boston, and this economy cannot be a model since it's suffering first hand from corruption and mismanagement. And what does the Sayyed have to add to the economic discussion, is it to talk about Iran the economic role model? or better to shift attention he calls people to boycott American products? and does he realize how the international economy works nowadays? or is it the repetitive slogan that he still memorizes from the revolutionary seventies and the exploitative eighties?

    Let's take Starbucks for example. For a long time in Dahieh people rebuked us why we go there, but what I couldn't get is the number of Abayas and bearded men out there? You will need to live among them for a long time to realize that the issue is not about right or wrong, the case is they are fighting to be the sole representatives of our countries on the negotiating table with the Americans. They want to be the authority that decides, the ones who can make it right or wrong.

    He now controls a community that is drained, worn out, a community that lives in misery and paranoia, yet he still asks for more manpower because Iran has sniffed an empire in the make. HA has weaponized everything, from religion to public squares, and from mosques to clothes. Yet, their "enemies" are still there, and the victorious forever battle has become a tunnel where the shortage of dollars and American sanctions uncovered the ruins, the stains and the rubble.

     
    !Aoune32

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    Does it include the US Dollar?

    There is a joke in Dahieh about those who protest in front of the US embassy, what if the ambassador got out and started giving them passports, on which side will they be?!

    It's hard to find a Hezbollah member who doesn't have a family member or a relative who resides in the US or a Western country. The dream of Shiite guys is to go live abroad, and this "abroad" includes all countries, but mysteriously enough it doesn't include Iran! One would wonder, not if the call is realistic, but also if it's serious. When the nuclear deal was signed, the number of people commemorating the attack on the American embassy in Tehran dwindled, and when Trump held Iran accountable for its empire of militias, the numbers increased.

    Rouhani went to Italy to bring investment to his country, since the Europeans are eager to get into the 80-million-consumer market, while our countries are only a source of manpower and a space for the octopus to stretch its tentacles. Why wouldn't they build factories in Baalback-el-Hermel area and export the products to Iran if they care for the well-being of the Lebanese Shia? Unless they see them good only for rocket factories.

    With time I became well aware of the level of ignorance the ideological leaders want their people to live in. The Iranian economy itself is hardly equal to Greater Boston, and this economy cannot be a model since it's suffering first hand from corruption and mismanagement. And what does the Sayyed have to add to the economic discussion, is it to talk about Iran the economic role model? or better to shift attention he calls people to boycott American products? and does he realize how the international economy works nowadays? or is it the repetitive slogan that he still memorizes from the revolutionary seventies and the exploitative eighties?

    Let's take Starbucks for example. For a long time in Dahieh people rebuked us why we go there, but what I couldn't get is the number of Abayas and bearded men out there? You will need to live among them for a long time to realize that the issue is not about right or wrong, the case is they are fighting to be the sole representatives of our countries on the negotiating table with the Americans. They want to be the authority that decides, the ones who can make it right or wrong.

    He now controls a community that is drained, worn out, a community that lives in misery and paranoia, yet he still asks for more manpower because Iran has sniffed an empire in the make. HA has weaponized everything, from religion to public squares, and from mosques to clothes. Yet, their "enemies" are still there, and the victorious forever battle has become a tunnel where the shortage of dollars and American sanctions uncovered the ruins, the stains and the rubble.
    Most of the community have as you said someone abroad. This death to the US culture should stop. Just acting like hypocrites.

    bassita Let them continue!! its enjoyable to watch.
     
    Robin Hood

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    Since Berri is good at negotiating deals, maybe we should send him to negotiate with Israel.
     
    NewLeb

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    The Shiite community (at least the one dominated be Hezbollah) is very good at projecting an image of themselves that isn’t based on reality. This is why they always use intimidation and violence as a last resort. They know that they are pushing way above their weight, so instead of actually confronting the challenges at hand, they’d prefer to just completely ignore or suppress it. This is not a sustainable approach.
     
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