The Exploits, Excesses and Hysteria of the Black Hearted Ziad

AtheistForJesus

AtheistForJesus

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This has nothing to do with Hezbollah's weapons and everything to do with Hezbollah's (un)willingness to fight corruption.
Good to know that FPM is still a lousy party then. I have wrongly assumed they have waken up from their long sleep.
How do you justify having an armed non-state actor that decides peace and war without the government's consent? That's the very definition of corruption (or lawlessness to be precise).
FPM endorses lawlessness.
 
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  • Tayyar9

    Tayyar9

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    You go and fight with Amal. Sheyef Hezballah your footsoldiers?

    First of all, Berri has immunity from prosecution. First drop that immunity MPs and state officials enjoy and then you can fight corruption in the courts if you have evidence. You want to fight corruption or you want to finish off the very resistance you claim to be allied with and supporting through fitnah? Against another sect, Hezballah sees fitnah as a red line. How much more within it's own community? You people are crazy. Aside from protecting the resistance, sorry habibeh, iza into 7ameer w betdalkon tet2atalo se3a ma3 Geagea w se3a ma3 Frangieh, ne7na ma ra7 net2atal mithelkon. Wa2fo te7rid aw a7san shi nmasse7 tee*na bi hal MoU w fekko 3an samena bi 2arafkon. Na2esna fitneh. Sheyfen into el 3alam hebel? 2al baddon y7arbo el fasad bi damna. T*a fikon w bi mu7arabetkon lal fasad. Ma 3ad badna nesma3 hal 2araf w hal sharmata w te7red la tsabbebo fitneh bain ekhweh. Mamnoo3. Seddo boozkon. Yemken btefhamo bi hek osloob.
    7terim 7alak.
     
    Rafidi

    Rafidi

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    7terim 7alak.
    7termo 7alkon into. W bi kaffeh te7reed lal fitneh. 2arraftoona. Ma fik t7areb fasad bi damar shemel min fitneh. Mish hek bi 7arbo el fasad. W teneh shi, Hezballah mish 2adeh ta72i2 la y7abbes el 3alam 3a zaw2o.
     
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    Ralph N

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    7termo 7alkon into. W bi kaffeh te7reed lal fitneh. 2arraftoona. Ma fik t7areb fasad bi damar shemel min fitneh. Mish hek bi 7arbo el fasad. W teneh shi, Hezballah mish 2adeh ta72i2 la y7abbes el 3alam 3a zaw2o.
    Who said fighting corruption is fetneh? Unless you are very sure Berri is Corrupt.. and you just allow it...
     
    Joe tayyar

    Joe tayyar

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    The entire crux of the push to have peace with Israehell centers on naturalizing the Palestinians in Lebanon. We've had relative peace, with the existence of Hezbollah's weapons for almost 14 years. What difference would signing a paper make? The main difference is the Palestinian refugees getting naturalized in Lebanon. And that is a capital NO for the majority of Lebanese.

    If Israehell stops threatening us, they find a solution for the Palestinian refugees, stop violating our sovereignty- water, air and land - and withdraw from remaining lands, that will automatically impose peace and show Israehell's "good intentions" and many Lebanese over time would be left with no option but to reconsider formal peace. But Israehell is not sincere and neither is the international community. They want to impose on Lebanon tawteen that will change the face of Lebanon forever and leave us in turmoil for many decades. Their main obstacle to materialise their plan is the resistance. So they want to get do away with it. And for as long as people are on alert and awake, we will never agree to Tawteen.
    Inta law fhimit what Ziad meant in his comment you wouldnt open such a thread, or in fact you should support him. He did not ask you to drop your weapons. He is simply saying that HA need to assist FPM in fighting corruption for his own (HA) benefit!
     
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    Ralph N

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    Inta law fhimit what Ziad meant in his comment you wouldnt open such a thread, or in fact you should support him. He did not ask you to drop you weapons. He is siply saying that HA need to assist FPM in fighting corruption for his own (HA) benefit!
    Man estafazon el mawdo3 because they are so corrupt, first I thought its Berri ... Now Im sure Hizb alla is corrupt to the bone...
     
    Dr. Strangelove

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    Good to know that FPM is still a lousy party then. I have wrongly assumed they have waken up from their long sleep.
    How do you justify having an armed non-state actor that decides peace and war without the government's consent? That's the very definition of corruption (or lawlessness to be precise).
    FPM endorses lawlessness.
    Ya khayye ma khass heyde bi heydik. Hors sujet. Vilain, au coin!
     
    Steven Gerrard

    Steven Gerrard

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    The price of fighting corruption will never be fitnah between Amal and Hezballah. Otherwise, setmit 3omorkon ma t7arbo el fasad. Go fight corruption in parliament and in state institutions and in the judiciary. Not on the media and through incitement to cause strife. Fashar hal bou aleb aswad.

    Instigating fitnah is also corruption. Strife is a form of corruption. And it will never happen.
    Ya habibi, I don't like Ziad Asoud either, I think he is corrupt. I also dislike FPM because they are a bunch of hypocrites. However, I think HA hardcore supporters are being very paranoid at the moment and this will definitely lead to the party's downfall. You have to realize the reality, more than 70% of the Lebanese population are against HA's political vision. While HA are overly concerned about their weapons they are missing the big picture, which is the country. You can bring up the past and "resistance" and all that stuff, but I think that's just living in the past, we have to be pragmatic about the present. Why did SHN wanted Hariri back as PM? isn't HA against corruption?

    No one wants to instigate a fitnah between shias, there will be a fitnah if we stay this way, rejecting and not listening to other people's views. I'm actually very worried of what will happen to the Shia sect now because of the way HA and Amal are conducting themselves politically. Lebmonage, how long has it been since you visited the South? If you went recently, did you see how poor it is? how dire the infrastructure is? If we voted HA/Amal MPs in those areas shouldn't they be accountable for the villages/towns? You cannot fight corruption in the parliament or state institution when the major parties in the parliament bighatto 3an ba3ed. You cannot, as a party come out and say "time to fight corruption, but you know what we don't want a fitna so it's ok if my ally steals bread". We are only accelerating our own demise playing this game, we don't need Israel to do it for us.

    Now let's try to be realistic here. The whole weapons issue is a tricky subject. When people say it's time to disarm Hezballah they are being totally idiotic or don't understand why a lot of Southerners cling to the idea of resistance. Let me be clear, a lot don't trust the army to protect them against Israeli aggression. They don't think the army is strong enough because of the arms embargo.se Also, there is always fear that the Israelis might come back and occupy the southern areas of Lebanon, especially that Israel have not given us back what is ours, The Shibaa farms. For weapons/resistance to become solely under the army takes time because first you need to build a free corrupt government that is strong enough to give basic needs to the people and increase their wealth. Once the government is strong enough and the army is capable and getting stronger arms and equipment then there will be no need for a 3rd party resistance.
     
    Rafidi

    Rafidi

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    Ya habibi, I don't like Ziad Asoud either, I think he is corrupt. I also dislike FPM because they are a bunch of hypocrites. However, I think HA hardcore supporters are being very paranoid at the moment and this will definitely lead to the party's downfall. You have to realize the reality, more than 70% of the Lebanese population are against HA's political vision. While HA are overly concerned about their weapons they are missing the big picture, which is the country. You can bring up the past and "resistance" and all that stuff, but I think that's just living in the past, we have to be pragmatic about the present. Why did SHN wanted Hariri back as PM? isn't HA against corruption?

    No one wants to instigate a fitnah between shias, there will be a fitnah if we stay this way, rejecting and not listening to other people's views. I'm actually very worried of what will happen to the Shia sect now because of the way HA and Amal are conducting themselves politically. Lebmonage, how long has it been since you visited the South? If you went recently, did you see how poor it is? how dire the infrastructure is? If we voted HA/Amal MPs in those areas shouldn't they be accountable for the villages/towns? You cannot fight corruption in the parliament or state institution when the major parties in the parliament bighatto 3an ba3ed. You cannot, as a party come out and say "time to fight corruption, but you know what we don't want a fitna so it's ok if my ally steals bread". We are only accelerating our own demise playing this game, we don't need Israel to do it for us.

    Now let's try to be realistic here. The whole weapons issue is a tricky subject. When people say it's time to disarm Hezballah they are being totally idiotic or don't understand why a lot of Southerners cling to the idea of resistance. Let me be clear, a lot don't trust the army to protect them against Israeli aggression. They don't think the army is strong enough because of the arms embargo.se Also, there is always fear that the Israelis might come back and occupy the southern areas of Lebanon, especially that Israel have not given us back what is ours, The Shibaa farms. For weapons/resistance to become solely under the army takes time because first you need to build a free corrupt government that is strong enough to give basic needs to the people and increase their wealth. Once the government is strong enough and the army is capable and getting stronger arms and equipment then there will be no need for a 3rd party resistance.
    Inta habibi, 3am betkhabbes kteer.

    Where did you get 70% from? Except if you think our population is 110 or 120%!!!

    You dislike FPM and think they're corrupt and hypocrites. So what would you tell hypocrites and corrupt people who want to fight corruption? Nawwerna. And overall, what is your solution? Should Hezballah drop both the FPM and Amal as allies? What is the solution that you have?
     
    Rafidi

    Rafidi

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    Man estafazon el mawdo3 because they are so corrupt, first I thought its Berri ... Now Im sure Hizb alla is corrupt to the bone...
    Ma fi ghayrak corrupt. It is cheap to throw allegations. Fighting corruption is not based on mood swings.
     
    Rafidi

    Rafidi

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    looooool 😂😂

    fpm has done a hundredfold what any other party has done, rou7 khayit b gheir msalle
    That is great. So you should stop trying to instigating strife in the name of fighting corruption. Keep up the good job and you can do it without instigating strife.
     
    Iron Maiden

    Iron Maiden

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    That is great. So you should stop trying to instigating strife in the name of fighting corruption. Keep up the good job and you can do it without instigating strife.
    nobody is instigating strife, your reaction is borderline paranoid and irrational, u refuse to understand what is at stake and the reality of the ground, preferring to run away with your instincts at the expense of taking a breath and assessing the situation.
     
    AtheistForJesus

    AtheistForJesus

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    looooool 😂😂

    fpm has done a hundredfold what any other party has done, rou7 khayit b gheir msalle
    Name one achievement please... I'm waiting.
    And please don't use emojis when replying. We're adults.
     
    Iron Maiden

    Iron Maiden

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    Ya habibi, I don't like Ziad Asoud either, I think he is corrupt. I also dislike FPM because they are a bunch of hypocrites.
    fir once i’d like to have see something concrete behind these accusations..

    However, I think HA hardcore supporters are being very paranoid at the moment and this will definitely lead to the party's downfall. You have to realize the reality, more than 70% of the Lebanese population are against HA's political vision. While HA are overly concerned about their weapons they are missing the big picture, which is the country. You can bring up the past and "resistance" and all that stuff, but I think that's just living in the past, we have to be pragmatic about the present. Why did SHN wanted Hariri back as PM? isn't HA against corruption?

    No one wants to instigate a fitnah between shias, there will be a fitnah if we stay this way, rejecting and not listening to other people's views. I'm actually very worried of what will happen to the Shia sect now because of the way HA and Amal are conducting themselves politically. Lebmonage, how long has it been since you visited the South? If you went recently, did you see how poor it is? how dire the infrastructure is? If we voted HA/Amal MPs in those areas shouldn't they be accountable for the villages/towns? You cannot fight corruption in the parliament or state institution when the major parties in the parliament bighatto 3an ba3ed. You cannot, as a party come out and say "time to fight corruption, but you know what we don't want a fitna so it's ok if my ally steals bread". We are only accelerating our own demise playing this game, we don't need Israel to do it for us.

    Now let's try to be realistic here. The whole weapons issue is a tricky subject. When people say it's time to disarm Hezballah they are being totally idiotic or don't understand why a lot of Southerners cling to the idea of resistance. Let me be clear, a lot don't trust the army to protect them against Israeli aggression. They don't think the army is strong enough because of the arms embargo.se Also, there is always fear that the Israelis might come back and occupy the southern areas of Lebanon, especially that Israel have not given us back what is ours, The Shibaa farms. For weapons/resistance to become solely under the army takes time because first you need to build a free corrupt government that is strong enough to give basic needs to the people and increase their wealth. Once the government is strong enough and the army is capable and getting stronger arms and equipment then there will be no need for a 3rd party resistance.
    thank you
     
    Iron Maiden

    Iron Maiden

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    Name one achievement please... I'm waiting.
    And please don't use emojis when replying. We're adults.
    the internet you’re using to browse porn and get online dates, u used to pay it double/triple, well thats fpm

    i wont use emojis, u’re too fancy for that, for u i’ll spend a whole gif:

     
    Rafidi

    Rafidi

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    nobody is instigating strife, your reaction is borderline paranoid and irrational, u refuse to understand what is at stake and the reality of the ground, preferring to run away with your instincts at the expense of taking a breath and assessing the situation.
    Your assessment as usual is unbalanced. Surprised? I'm not.
     
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