Friday, December 07, 2007

A Word About Aoun: Addendum

This video was brought to my attention by a friend after having read the post: A Word About Aoun. Carlos Edde's recount of meetings held with Aoun by the budding Anti-Syrian movement confirms the information presented in that post surrounding Aoun's dealings with the Syrian regime prior to his return to Lebanon from Paris. In addition, it serves as further proof that the "General" had been actively engaged in those negotiations as early as late 2004.


  1. Anonymous4:04 PM


    The Lebanese people are not stupid and do not believe such blatant lies. Think about it!! Why did Hizbullah who are supposedly Syrias representatives in Lebanon stood against Aoun in the 2005 elections.!!

    nice try Caghlos nice try! :)

  2. Anonymous6:24 PM

    Hezbollah did not really stand against Aoun in 2005. In Jbeil 80% of the Shiites votes went as one block to the orange list. My friend was working with his father MP Hachem on this very actively in 2005.

  3. Anonymous8:24 PM

    nice tghy anonymous (9:04 am)!

  4. ibovski1:07 AM

    Regardless of whether you like Aoun or not, you have to admit that the guy is a stupid reader of international politics. In 1990 he went against Taef knowing that the deal was reached already and decided to oppose the world (including the Americans and Syrians). The guy, with his hallmark stupidness, is again misreading international politics today reagrding the presidency. He misreads Annapolis today the same way he misread the Gulf war back in 90. Even his "allies" went ahead with Suleiman and he still insists on stupid demands just to stop the whole thing. I'm pretty sure that the opposition didn't want himas president, but again at 70 years old he is immature mentally and politically.On the other hand, No matter how you feel about Jumblatt or Geagea, you have to admit that they are shrewd political analysts. halla2 tneheyye bil ha2, inta ma tousl la ta7et zinnari... andthey dare make fun of caghlos edde, look at halla2 tnehheye wou "hayawenet" and then compare....seriously


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