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Achievements in Lebanon without the backing of any of the  political militia leaders?

I know how hard it must be for all my politically affiliated friends to see what’s happening and the success a group of people have been able to achieve without the za3ims (militia leader).

Don’t feel like you aren’t part of us, you are, but your affiliations aren’t.

Abandon them, admit they’re all shit, including your personal warlord.

You don’t need them, they need you.

We’re gonna solve the garbage crisis, and begin the domino effect for every corrupt, violent, usurper of power in this country of ours.

One step at a time, slowly but surely.

We will have clean streets, we will have electricity and water, our lines will stop cutting and our Internet will no longer be the slowest and most expensive on this Earth.

Abandon your political parties, be a good person and citizen. (parties who believe in the succession of their sons and relatives)

I know “they’re all bad and thieves, by not my warlord”, but truth is, that’s not true.

Abandon your sectarian affiliations and come down tomorrow, and make your voice and opinion matter for once.

Links Jeremy Corbyn doesn’t want you to know about?

Posted on August 21, 2015August 21, 2015

How the mighty have fallen. Just a few weeks ago, Stalinist firebrand, Jeremy Corbyn, was the Golden Boy of the British Left.

But now, Corbyn is coming under fire for his alleged links to extremists and racists.  (Still much better than this extremist Zionist and opportunistic Blair)

Corbyn has already confessed that he’s been in the same room as people who’ve gone on to say bad things.

Links Corbyn doesn’t want you to know about. 


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It’s well known that Mr. Corbyn resides in Islington, North London.

Islington lies 51° North of the Equator — the same latitudinal coordinate as Mongolia, home of murderous 13th-century warlord, Genghis Khan. 

We call upon Corbyn to clarify his links to Mr. Khan, and to confirm that he has no current plans to unite the tribes of the Steppe and lay waste to Central Asia. 



Mr. Corbyn is thought to have longstanding links to the British Labour Party, whose former members include comedy despot, Oswald Mosley. 

After a brief stint in Labour, Mosley quit to form the British Union of Fascists.

In 1936, he married one of the Mitford sisters at an exclusive ceremony attended by Hitler and Goebbels. 

Had Corbyn been alive in 1936, and been in the Labour Party, and had he met Oswald Mosley, and had the two been on good terms and kept in touch when Mosley left, and had Mosley then invited Corbyn to his wedding for old times’ sake, and had Corbyn been available and wanted to go…

… Corbyn could have been sat beside Hitler at Mosley’s wedding. 

Would you vote for a man who might have shared best-man duties with the Führer, had history been completely different?



Mr. Corbyn celebrates his birthday on May 26th– the same birthday as known pornographer, George Formby. 

Formby is best known for his smutty ukelele number When I’m Cleaning Windows, whose casual references to ladies’ nighties and their being seen got it banned by the BBC in 1936.

A spokesperson for Mr. Corbyn explained that “sharing someone’s birthday doesn’t necessarily mean sharing their views. It certainly doesn’t mean that Jeremy himself would, if elected, indulge in acts of covert stepladder-mounted voyeurism.”

But can we take that chance? Until the facts are on the table, this blog says: a vote for Corbyn is a vote for perverts posing as tradesmen everywhere. 

4. A YAK


During the nineteen-fifties, Corbyn often visited his local zoo, where, a witness claims, he once had a good long look at a yak.

Although mostly docile, yaks can become aggressive when their young are threatened. The wooly yobs, often horned, are thought to gore around four people a year.

Corbyn initially denied ever having met a yak, but later backtracked, giving the lame excuse that he “thought it was a bison”.

Until Corbyn apologises to victims of yak-goring and their families, he will have their blood on his hands.



At a charity supper in 1993, Corbyn accidentally tripped up at the buffet table, causing his elbow to become submerged in some peas.

While healthy in moderation, peas can contribute to weight gain in children, if consumed in vast quantities, or in conjunction with lard.

Why does Corbyn condone childhood obesity? Is it because, as PM, he would require a generation of hefty youngsters to pull carts as they toil in his socialist salt mines?

Yes.  It almost certainly is. 



Mr. Corbyn is thought to own property in the universe and can often be seen dining there.

The universe, scientists say, could one day run out of thermodynamic free energy, a process known as the “heat death”, which would wipe out every living being in the cosmos.

“This is typical loony left,” writes Seb Twunt in the Telegraph. “They’re so hell-bent on reducing inequality that they’re prepared to support the total destruction of all organic life to do it.”

We ask Corbyn to publicly condemn the annihilation of life as we know it. 

Until his position on the heat death of the universe is clarified, we can’t know that Mr. Corbyn won’t be rubbing his hands in gleeful anticipation of complete oblivion.

Note:  It is not possible to make good jokes on Tony Blair: He is the most loathsome opportunistic politician in the UK.

Andrew Bossone shared this humorous post

“Until Corbyn apologises to victims of yak-goring and their families, he will have their blood on his hands.”

How the mighty have fallen. Just a few weeks ago, Stalinist firebrand, Jeremy Corbyn, was the Golden Boy of the British Left. But now, Corbyn is coming under…

12 Lebanese athletes to be Lebanese proud of

It these hard time and total government neglect for all citizens, particularly our athletes, a few of ours are going all the way to international events, solo.

While Lebanon may not be known as global leader in athletics – a rather difficult task for a small country – it does boast a few sport stars that can make every Lebanese feel proud.


While Lebanon may not be known as global leader in athletics – a rather difficult task for a small country – it does boast a few sport stars that can make every Lebanese feel proud.

Here are 12:


1. Abbas Hassan

Image source: YouTube

Hassan currently plays as a goalkeeper for the Swedish football club IF Elfsborg. He formerly played for Arvidstorps IK, Aalborg BK, and IFK Norrköping. In 2012, he also joined the national Lebanese team in its victory against Iran, for which he received high praise.


2. Ray Bassil

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Bassil has definitely proven her shooting skills over and over. She won bronze at ISSF World Shooting tournament in Cyprus in 2007, placed fourth in 2009’s Mediterranean Games in Italy, received another fourth place in 2009’s ISSF World Shooting tournament in Slovenia, and won silver at the 2011 Arab Shooting Championship in Morocco. She also went to the 2012 Olympic Games in London to represent Lebanon.


3. Silvio Chiha

Image source: YouTube

We all fell in love with Chiha – and more in love with Lebanon – earlier this summer when his epic wakeboarding video went viral. But his viral video is only the cherry on the top of his three gold medals at the Asian Games. In addition to water sports, Chiha also enjoys alpine skiing, judo and mixed martial arts.


4. Caren Chammas

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In 2010, Chammas competed in judo at the Youth Games in Singapore, placing 7th worldwide. She went on to win silver and bronze medals in 2011 in the Pan Arab Games and represented Lebanon in 2012 at the London Olympic Games. Although she didn’t win a medal, she was the first Lebanese female judoka ever to compete in the Olympics.


5. Maxime Chaya

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Chaya not only boasts Lebanese records but also a world record. He was the first Lebanese to climb Mount Everest and also the first Lebanese to climb the tallest peaks on all seven continents. In 2013, Chaya also managed to break the world record for rowing the Indian Ocean along with two partners. He enjoys a wide range of sports to stay in shape, such as trail-running, mountain biking and rock climbing.


6. Maya Nassar

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Nassar is a certified sports nutritionist and personal trainer. She is also an international fitness model, having won several international trophies. In 2015 she took home both silver and bronze at the Pure Elite UK Championships as well as the People’s Choice Award. The previous year she took home gold in the Bikini category. She currently also serves as a brand representative for international sports retailer Decathlon.


7. Fadi El Khatib

Image source: YouTube

Khatib has played for several local Lebanese teams and previously spent time playing for a Chinese team. He also represented Lebanon on the national team in 2002, 2006 and 2010 in the FIBA World Championship. Currently he plays for Al Riyadi in the Lebanese Basketball League.


8. Jackie Chamoun

Image source: YouTube

In the Lebanese National Championship, Chamoun has won gold, silver and bronze for skiing in the slalom and giant slalom events. She has competed at international tournaments all around the world ever since she was a teenager and went on to represent Lebanon at the Winter Olympic Games in 2010 and 2014.


9. Youssef Mohamad

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Mohamad played professional football with Germany’s FC Köln, where he served as the club’s captain from 2010 to 2011. In 2011 it was announced that he would transfer to the UAE’s Al Ahli Club. He has also played with the Lebanese national team in various international tournaments.


10. Andrea Paoli

Image source: YouTube

She may look innocent but you definitely don’t want to pick a fight with Paoli. In 2010, she took home the bronze medal in Taekwondo at the Asian Games. A year later she was ranked eighth in the entire world. Paoli also represented Lebanon at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.


11. Roger Feghali

Image source: YouTube

Feghali holds the record for rally car wins in Lebanon, claiming the title of Lebanese champion 10 times. He has competed throughout Lebanon and Jordan in various rally events, regularly ranking either first or second.


12. Sam Elias

Image source: YouTube

Elias is a North Face-sponsored athlete who enjoys rock climbing as well as other outdoor sports. Although he was born and raised in the United States, he recently came back to Lebanon to reconnect with his Lebanese family while filming a documentary with VICE about rock climbing within the country.


Are there any other Lebanese athletes you think should be added to the list? Write their names and achievements in the comments below.

StepFeed shared this link

From water sports to Olympic skiers – Lebanon has lots to be proud of in the sporting arena.

Lebanon may not be well known for its sports stars, but here are a few that make us all proud!|By Jason Lemon




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