Useless International Academy by President Aoun when Lebanese are not talking with each other ( LF /HA

Do you consider the establishment of the academy

  • A success

    Votes: 8 61.5%
  • Not the right time other priorities

    Votes: 3 23.1%
  • A failure

    Votes: 2 15.4%
  • Waste of money

    Votes: 4 30.8%
  • Better to have launched Lebanese dialogue

    Votes: 1 7.7%

  • Total voters
    13

The_FPMer

Well-Known Member
Mish nahna badna n7ader... this is supposed to be a place that affords space for cultures to meet and engage... anyhow as I said, I think it will remain, as all the UN similar type of spaces, quite theoretical.
Eh bas it's being hosted in Lebanon la enno na7na "balad risele" lol
 

elias-aj

Legendary Member
We have to close all the English written news sites and journos in Lebanon, else the charade of "meeting of cultures" is exposed. We are literally the most sectarian country on earth w badna n7adir bl 7ob wl salem lmao. Peak Lebanese behavior.

But the second part of your post I agree with. It's good for business.

I used to think we were the most sectarian people on earth, but it’s definitely not the case in reality. There’s as much fear and racism in any other country, starting here in Europe and of course in the middle-east, America etc. It might be hidden or insidious but it’s everywhere unfortunately.

I don’t know if such an institution could succeed but at least, it’s a positive step, just like the concept of Lebanon. If anything, at least we’re trying, not like many of our neighbours and that’s something I wouldn’t be ashamed of. Even if we failed in the past and could fail again in the future.
 

Thawra # Furoshima

Well-Known Member
I used to think we were the most sectarian people on earth, but it’s definitely not the case in reality. There’s as much fear and racism in any other country, starting here in Europe and of course in the middle-east, America etc. It might be hidden or insidious but it’s everywhere unfortunately.

I don’t know if such an institution could succeed but at least, it’s a positive step, just like the concept of Lebanon. If anything, at least we’re trying, not like many of our neighbours and that’s something I wouldn’t be ashamed of. Even if we failed in the past and could fail again in the future.
Kheir

why are they being shut down?
If anything, the one tangible thing about the project is that it makes for good business, in other words, bi ta3meh khebz
This project is not the priority
I m not disputing the intention or nepotism or no
Time will tell
If there’s is 50/ 100 million dollars for such a project
Please give the money to public schools
People need to go to public schools
Private schools are mostly thieves
If 200,000 students go to public schools it is 3000/4000 dollars more money for each student to remain with their families
 

elias-aj

Legendary Member
This project is not the priority
I m not disputing the intention or nepotism or no
Time will tell
If there’s is 50/ 100 million dollars for such a project
Please give the money to public schools
People need to go to public schools
Private schools are mostly thieves

If it’s a UN institution (that’s what I understood), it will be funded with UN money
 

Thawra # Furoshima

Well-Known Member
I wouldn’t be surprised by the US wasps heretics refusing to abide by international laws and resolutions ☹
It is why I m telling if President Aoun want a great legacy
His greatest achievement not electricity or academy
It is a public school for 500,000 people from 250,000 actually
There are priority more important than prestigious academy
He will save the middle class
 

Walidos

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
This project is not the priority
I m not disputing the intention or nepotism or no
Time will tell
If there’s is 50/ 100 million dollars for such a project
Please give the money to public schools
People need to go to public schools
Private schools are mostly thieves
If 200,000 students go to public schools it is 3000/4000 dollars more money for each student to remain with their families
The international community seems to be ready to fund this project... and not anything else... I don’t think we have a choice really where the money goes... it’s for this or nothing
 

Walidos

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
To give it international status
Perhaps funds will come from other nations
But don’t delude yourself
Mostly us
I think we will offer the land... but still, even if we do find part of it, this is money going to contractors and businesses... it’s not a bad thing. Now clearly if we are to find the entire thing, we don’t have the money for it and I would be against it ... but let’s see. One article said it still needed the backing of 10 states to start, as in the funding and founding states...
 

The_FPMer

Well-Known Member
I used to think we were the most sectarian people on earth, but it’s definitely not the case in reality. There’s as much fear and racism in any other country, starting here in Europe and of course in the middle-east, America etc. It might be hidden or insidious but it’s everywhere unfortunately.

I don’t know if such an institution could succeed but at least, it’s a positive step, just like the concept of Lebanon. If anything, at least we’re trying, not like many of our neighbours and that’s something I wouldn’t be ashamed of. Even if we failed in the past and could fail again in the future.
Europeans are disgruntled because of immigrants coming from third world countries are flooding their countries. That is understandable. Na7na we just hate one another, before we hate foreigners lmao
 

elias-aj

Legendary Member
Europeans are disgruntled because of immigrants coming from third world countries are flooding their countries. That is understandable. Na7na we just hate one another, before we hate foreigners lmao

It wasn’t until the end of WW 2 and the EU construction that the west-europeans put an end to centuries of wars, killings and slaughters.

Parochialism has always existed in many countries, many examples could be brought in. Whether in France, Germany or Spain, Italy etc.

It’s false to think it was lalaland before the immigration phenomenon.

Hate and wars were not always related to religious differences but to various reasons including nationalism, political ideologies, economy...

Lebanese are not that special people we like to depict ourselves. Neither angels nor demons...
 
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