Lebanese Jester

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The winds of change.

Chavez and Ahmadi Najad are in cahoots even with regards to exchanging nuclear technology know how.

Russian vessel (Arctic Sea) kidnapped, allegedly carrying weapons to Iran. Talk about the Mossad being involved, and a secret visit by Israeli high officials to Russia in order to contain the story.

Turkey FM cancels visit to Israel.

Iraq blames Syria for Iraq terror.

4000 new settlements given the go ahead to be built in Israel/the occupied territory.

And in my country the only talk on the news is about how constitutional the new cabinet proposal was.

Fuck me gently for I worry about those changes and I ask. Since when:

Was the constitution ever respected.

Was, any past present and even future government truly representative of the will and aspiration of the people.

Was Lebanon a master of its own destiny.

Democracy gives way to those who lost elections, and still DEMAND the lion’s share.

When the people sit idle (for it is the tourist season) and accept a 70 day stalemate.

Ya Elias, where are the Migs that you so proudly procured as a gift from the Russians? If I recall correctly we were supposed to have them by no later than August (I guess the Syrians will get theirs first). No you are not the only one who fell short of your  (public) promises, and you are not the only one who let down those million + who took the streets in 2005. Goatee Saad has stepped over his Christian allies in his government proposal. Walid Beik has lost his credibility amongst many of his partners and Druze followers. Aoun has dug himself deeper into the grave of shame (thanks to Gebran Imbecile). And my fellow Lebanese lost the most.

An election took place, and results were cast. An election took place under the flag of a democracy that is second to none in our corner of the woods, so why not act accordingly. Why not? the answer is simple. Hizbullah’s arsenal.

So my fellow Lebanese, I would advise you to reminisce, and long for the time when you lived under the Syrian boot; for then you could still fight. The excuse in those days was, I was fighting against an outsider, an occupying force.

But for the very few of you, who still have LEBANON flowing in your blood; those hindering bastards are not Lebanese by heart, soul, conviction or even allegiance. To all of you who took to the streets in 2005 and then onwards, for once speak out your mind. Pluck every single hair out of Saad’s goatee and Hassouna’s beard, demand that the Iztaz gives back the keys to parliament, that the so called doctor plants cedar trees in Becharre and leaves us alone, that Walid Beik rides his Harley into some far away sunset, that Micho finds  an asylum that can accommodate his many psychological illnesses.But most of all my fellow Lebanese; REPENT. Repent, for what ails this country of ours is from your own doing!

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September 10, 2009 - Posted by | Lebanon, Politics | , , , , , , , , , , , ,

5 Comments »

  1. *copy past*
    Exellent “résumé” I have to say … but saddly (ah ah) I don’t exactly see, judging by the all powerfull of the hezzb, what it could change to speak out his mind in this country anymore.

    Just to finish in a cave or with a bullet in the head…

    Comment by Ekios | September 10, 2009

  2. taaaaaake me
    to the magic oh the moooment….

    ceci dit je n’ai aucune preuve que le goatee hariri est un incapable… on lui met tellement les bâtons dans les roues

    (attention je ne le défends pas et je n’en suis pas une fan non plus (je ne suis fan de personne d’ailleurs, je suis juste fan du Liban!!!))

    Comment by mc | September 10, 2009

  3. for tarek:

    Comment by mc | September 10, 2009

  4. He started his own page where is putting up music and football.

    Comment by marillionlb | September 10, 2009

  5. Touché marillon! I believe that we are so bckward as a nation that we actually vote for these idiots, who themselves tend to impose their will on us when it should be just the opposite! Qatar is now once again coming to rescue us from our own mediocrity and his excellency sheikh al-Thani will have to dole out more cash to get a deal going so that all our stooges are pleased…and proving once again how messed up and futile this silly little country of ours is!

    Comment by VOR | September 11, 2009


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