Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Ashamed

I am ashamed to have believed in the March 14 movement. I am ashamed at the insults hurled by Walid Jumblat, MP Bassem El Sabaa and others.
The language that some politicians used today to remember murdered PM Rafic Hariri was violent, vulgar and obnoxious.
None of them had a vision for Lebanon. None of them talked about rebuilding Lebanon's economy and political system.
It was shocking and I was there to witness it.

The politicians addressing the vast crowd of Lebanese who were there today for Hariri shouted messages of hate and division. None of them gave us hope.

None of them realized that emigration from Lebanon is principally for economic reasons. None of them realized that their obsession with the Syrian regime is as ridiculous as Hezbollah's obsession with Israel. None of them realized that coarse words and fear do not develop a country. None of them realized that their speeches could destroy my country.

And all of them proved that they are petty and they are not worthy.

They are not worthy to rule us, the Lebanese. They are not worthy of our ambitions. They are not worthy of our hopes.

Hate and fear is what they fed us today. I feel disgusted. I feel ashamed.

5 Comments:

Blogger Vox Populi - Agent Provocateur said...

C'mon Zadig. The fact that Aoun refused to join the pro-Lebanese alliance doesn't mean that you have to bash March 14th.

14 February, 2006 16:42  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with Zadigvoltaire Whoelheartedly.

14 February, 2006 17:04  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And your point is???? No one gives a rats ass what you think! If you did not agree with the speeches then you are a PRO syrian rat that should side with your monkey PRO syrian friends aoun and nasrallah!

GOD BLESS LEBANON!

14 February, 2006 18:37  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Zadig - I don't get your point! Is it because today's dealt a huge blow to Aoun that you are so bitter?

Is it because Aoun could never garner this type of support that you decide to lash out at the speeches?

This day is simply amazing. I thought Christians would avoid the demonstration, but they turned out in force, giving the leaders another chance to follow up on their promise. What did Aoun do? Well he was biting his fingers in an abandonned Rabieh, as all of its residents were in downtown!

Maybe Rambo Aoun will finally stop on his obsession with the presidency and work for the people and Lebanon this time! With each of his actions, I meet more and more of his former supporters who feel disillusioned and leave the FPM. And as I am clearly not a supporter of Aoun, I hope he continues with his failures, which will lead to his demise.

14 February, 2006 19:15  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree. The demonstaration proved that Aoun is nothing but a little creep. He has no support at all. Now that Geagea is out of prison the christians are going to turn to a leader, not an ASS who sells his soul to be noticed!

15 February, 2006 18:55  

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