Saturday, September 23, 2006

Some pics from Hizb_Iran's ceremony






No matter how hard they try to give a Lebanese dressing to their rallies, hizb_Iran always reveals its true colors, that of complete serfdom to a foreign power called Iran.
As, I mentioned in my earlier post concerning the coup plot planned for in October, consider the rally of Friday, September 22 to be the official kickoff. Let's wait and see if they are able to achieve their goal, keeping in mind that the pro-Assad demo of March 8, 2005 was the cause of the March 14 cedar revolution.
This should serve as a wake up call, for all Lebanese wishing to preserve their nation from being turned into an Iranian vassal state.

PS: Pictures decipting Nasrallah are older

10 comments:

  1. The obsession or submession to nasrallah is not only by those who attended his speach yesterday, but by millions of arab supporters who are giving him the stage to brainwash them with his so called victory and resistence
    exactly , there should be a wakeup call for all those who are going blind after him ,they cant see that his iranian messiles will not bring them good economy , jobs prosperity and would only impose the iranian model and kill the lebaneese dream

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  2. I hope you'll be able to stop this in time for the good of both Lebanon and Israel.

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  3. Why none of the blogs are writing anything about the demo on sunday? Isn't it supposed to be a counterdemo? ___

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  4. First of all, 99% of the flags at the demo were either Lebanese, Hizballah, Tayyar, Marada, SSNP or other....Iranian flags really were an unusual exception to say the least. In other words this post serves more as propaganda than as anything else.
    (I am pretty sure that Ahmadinejad was not at the rally and neither was who I think you are trying to portray as Khameini)

    I am far from being a Hizballah supporter, quite the opposite actually.
    But it just hits a nerve when all the energy of the Lebanese sitting in the safety and comfort of an industrialized nation is focused on Hizballah, rather than on the bigger picture.
    Am I upset that those people are busier revering Nasrallah than worrying about the electricity outages? Yes I am.
    But the same will go for Geagea's guys tomorrow, no matter what their turnout will be.

    People, before the war but now more so, have been living on daily blackouts, shortage of water, chaos on the streets, lack of law enforcement, no access to city representatives in case of a problem or concern (I'm talking about the Ras Beirut area so one cannot really blame Hizballah here)

    Everyone, from Hariri on to Geagea, Berri, Jumblatt and Hizballah are to blame for the backward state our country is in.
    So really, Debate, with all due respect, Hizballah is not the only problem in Lebanon but only one of many.

    And, there will be no coup, and Lebanon will not be turned into a mini-Iran so I'm really not worried about that. I'm more worried about how to obtain water in which I can cook my spaghetti tomorrow than anything else....

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  5. People, before the war but now more so, have been living on daily blackouts, shortage of water, chaos on the streets, lack of law enforcement, no access to city representatives in case of a problem or concern (I'm talking about the Ras Beirut area so one cannot really blame Hizballah here)
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    First of all, Lebanon is in my blood and I bet I know its alleyways more than anyone on this blog. So I don’t need a blood test ;)

    Well you are living in lalaland wissam. The threat posed by hizb_iran is a strategic one to the very existence of Lebanon as a nation. And I disagree with you; Hizb_Iran is the main problem in Lebanon today, because it refuses to accept the Lebanese state to be sovereign and has taken upon itself the decision of peace and war. It is in complete service of the criminal bashar assad and the self proclaimed leader of the time ali khamanei in Iran.
    Trying to hint that a political party with an armed militia is equal to ones without it is nonsensical. Confusing things only serves to dilute the debate and will lead us nowhere. I am putting my finger on the gapping wound that is draining the resources of Lebanon now.
    You can cook your spaghetti whenever you want, but you save your country only once. You talk about lack of security ask hassoun why, he daily undermines the Lebanese security forces, if he really wants a strong government he should give his weapons to the army. If he really wants security, he should not oppose removing Syrian spies from security services.

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    (I am pretty sure that Ahmadinejad was not at the rally and neither was who I think you are trying to portray as Khameini)
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    PS: read my ps

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  6. I read your PS, Debate, you better change the title of your post if you don't want it to cross over as propaganda.

    Moreover, when I talk about security issues, I talk about civil law and not a potential greater regional war like you do.
    If you want to clean up your community you better start up with cleaning up your own back yard.

    If you think that "Hizb-Iran", how you call them, is the greatest threat to Lebanon, then you are one of the people who thrives on hatred and alleigance to some party rather than pointing your finger of blame where it is due.
    I urge you to build bridges with your fellow Lebanese in behaving in a realistic manner when practicing criticism and not being biased and driven by hatred for a certain political party.

    If Hizballah did not exist, let us forget its very existence for a moment, then do you really think this country will face a bright future with its current leaders and politcal system?

    Hizballah is a problem but surely not the only problem.
    That is what I am talking about. That is the greatest threat. That is what needs to change and that is how I will save my country. Not through attacking Hizb-Iran by every breath I take since there are enough others who deserve blame.
    Hizballah deserves a whole load of criticism, but so do a lot of other people.

    And not all of Hizballah's politics concerning our interior politics are void. They make some good arguments they also make up a pretty big chunk of the population and they have to be taken into consideration rather than blamed for everything. And those normal Hizballah supporters you see on the street really do not have an Iranian-Syrian agenda...Most of them just want some assistance in their everyday lives, something that the government has failed to provide for them for decades and where Hizballah has jumped in.

    For decades no one said a word and when a group which provides assistance the way Hizballah does, then the masses cry foul. Where were those masses in the 60's and 70's?

    In the early 90's Hariri failed to jump in there as well...so why don't we blame his policies? Why did he let Hizballah gain that popularity? Why did he fail to pump money in any region other than the Beirut area in general?

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  7. They failed to help those people and pump money because they were not allowed into the mini-state. No one is allowed into the mini-state it's above the law and the reach of the central gov

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  8. That is how the facts stand today Debate, and I agree with you. But in the early and mid 90's your mini-state was of a very weak nature. In the 60's and 70's your (shia) mini-state was non-existent.

    I just do not want the same mistakes to happen again. The circumstances that allowed a party like Hizballah to become so strong should never resurface again.

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  9. when will you ever realize that members of Hizb Allah, including the organization itself, are as Lebanese as you are?

    What you are saying can be applied to what you support: the March 14 group are Hizb Saudia Arabia...


    Most, if not all, the political groups in Lebanon have had some kind of allegiance to a foreign country that backed them. So, don't throw stones when you live in a glass house!

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  10. Give us the proofs on what you claim, Nassim. Provide them so we can debate them in details. Until further notice, hizb_iran is unique in its state of COMPLETE serfdom to a foreign nation.

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