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A few current opinions on events and politics

The popular movements in Lebanon that started in 2010 and culminated in 2015 will prevail:
Those pro-bono lawyers have convinced the marchers that No one will be left behind when incarcerated.

In one demonstration in August 2015, over 53 marchers and sleep ins were detained. Two dozens of them for more than 2 weeks on No valid legal charges.

State security in Lebanon? Amn al dawlat?
This is another intelligence gathering institution attached to the ministry of Interior, that superceded the newly and illegal branch attached to the Prime minister.
The chairman of the Parliament, Nabih Berry, in basically the one trying to devalue this institution and Not funding it since the minister of finance is assigned by him.
Berry wants a council be constituted to take decision instead of the sole director, who is a Christian catholic.
A council? So that no decision or secrets is kept from the militia leaders ruling this pseudo-State?

Another legal and official intelligence gathering institution of 3,000 members is to be cancelled

This rotten political mafia government wants to blame Hezbollah for all the ailment and threat converging on the Lebanese.
For 2 years, from 2011 to 2013, Nasr Allah has been begging the government to send the army to the eastern front to ward off the extremist Syrian expansion into Lebanon, with promise to supply and back the army when needed.
At least that the government find a resolution to the Lebanese trapped in towns within Syria on the border.
Hezbollah did its best to avoid this bitter cup of getting drawn into the Syrian upheaval, knowing that there would be No return until the Syrian affairs is resolved if they enter the battlefield.
Get off the back of Hezbollah for the time being: Hezbollah can No longer suffer ghenjkon wa te2l damkon

Following the divulging of the Panama Papers, Lebanese are in tashaffi mood: all political personalities around the world should resign, but none of the Lebanese mafia leaders should be touched in media

Lebanon has always been the land of permanent refugees from the neighboring and regional countries.
It will continue to be the case, until the Lebanese start activating their will to construct a viable State of Constitution and laws

Chapeau bas to Ibrahim Can3an (deputy and chairman of finance committee):
1. It is useless to reform any institution before the current procedure and laws are applied
2. Labeling ” necessary” to convene the parliament just to increase the national debt is Not convincing.

What is needed from the Parliament to reform the election law, to let the legal system prosecute to the end all these unlawful government institutions embezzlements, to point the fingers to the responsible administrators and politicians…

For the price of $7 billion in grants to Turkey, the EU is forcing a couple hundred refugees back to Turkey. Those targeted to be sent back are detained in incarceration prisons. The EU is setting an illegal precedent. And yet, the same EU and the USA are pushing a resolution that refugees in Lebanon (over 2 million) be sent on voluntary basis. (Why those who fled the towns ravaged by ISIS and totally destroyed or those fearing the regime backlash would voluntary return?)

The neighboring countries to Syria, like Lebanon and Jordan will emulate what the European have done by force sending the 4 million Syrian refugees in their land.

How much Europe is willing to pay Israel to return the Palestinians? (According to the 1948 UN resolution 192?)

Golda Myer (late Israel pm):
When we burned Jerusalem in 1948, I couldn’t sleep a wink the night. I was worried how the Arabs and Palestinians around Jerusalem will flock inside Israel and their various reactions.
By morning, I was certain that these States were in a deep sleep and we can resume our expansionist plans.
Golda is the one who said in the 70’s: There are No Palestinians

Panama papers? The indirect financial gimmick for the US multinational financial conglomerates to siphon in all the wealth of the world into the US financial market. The Rothschild conglomerate (holding a couple of $trillion) is the top of the pyramid and control how money should be distributed.

 Kayna Samet‘s photo. April 7 at 3:31pm ·
During a marathon, thisAfrican woman is carrying a banner saying:
We run this distance every day just to carry back water




October 2022

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