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jieh2008 wrote:According to tayyar.org:
“As the electoral battle gets more exciting in the Shouf, A religious source uncovered that the head of the Progressive Socialist Party,MP Walid Jumblatt is paying an amount of 10,000 dollars for every church that was destroyed during the war between his party and the Lebanese Forces in the Shouf and Aley.”

I’ll go for that, if this is true, but he needs to pay more for the churches and rebuild every house he destroyed.
Who will receive the bribe Bkirki or the churches?

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some real moments to remember when you want to vote:

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fa7l wrote:some real moments to remember when you want to vote:

lol haram al Batrak... i loved that scene when the Lebanese people stormed Bkirki...

Ouwet ought to try harder... this video was a complete was of time, funds and resources. Ouwet have been playing and replaying these videos for the past 19 years...

anyway here are some real moments from LF history to remember when you want to vote

1- Former Prime Minister of Lebanon: the murder of Rachid Karameh.

2- Son of former Lebanon's President Suleiman Frangieh: the murder of Tony Frangieh, his wife and daughter.

3- I murdered Ghaith Khoury, Head of the Kataeb Iqleem of Jbiel. I sent Fawzi Rassi with a group after him at night. After shooting him to death, the group murdered his wife Noura in the hospital, after she survived the assassination attempt.

4- General Secretary of the Maronite Christian Patriarchate of Bkerki: the murder of Bishop Albert Khreich. I sent Georges Makhlouf, aka 'Jarbouh' who pulled the trigger, killed Bishop Khreish and ordered the guys to dump his body next to Hotel Printania in Brummana in order to relieve suspicion and blame President Amine Gemayel for the crime, but the body was thrown near Ghazir by mistake.

5- Son of former Lebanon's President Camille Chamoun: the murder of Dany Chamoun, his wife and kids. That was in coordination with Syrian Intelligence chiefs in Lebanon Ghazi Kanaan and Rustom Ghazali who use to visit me in my Headquarter in Ghedras all the time. I was such a moron that I didn't figure out that the Syrians were going to use me later on as a scapegoat for this crime and keep me 11 years in jail for it.

6- Lebanese Army: the murder of Brigadier General Khalil Kanaan. I personally sent Alec Eliyia who pulled the trigger and killed him. Then I silenced Alec by killing him, as everybody knows; a dead person will never speak up.

7- Lebanese Forces Military Infantry Leader: the murder of Dr Elias El Zayek.

8- Lebanese Forces commander in Chief: Dr Fuad Abu Nader. (Failed murder attempt, Abu Nader escaped shot and wounded in the leg instead)

9- Member of Lebanese Parliament Najah Wakim. It was a failed murder attempt. MP Wakim killed the killer, sent by Geagea, at the door of his home.

10- Commander of the Ashrafieh military barrack: the murder of Maurice Fakhoury. Fakhoury was killed by hatchets; his penis cut and put in his mouth, his body was thrown in the street for days. He was killed in such an unprecedented ferocity in a Christian neighborhood of Beirut.

11- Commander of the former Armored Division of the Lebanese Forces: the murder of Charles Korban. We picked him wounded from his hospital bed in Hotel Dieu de France, shot him and threw his body in the sea.

12- Commander of the former Berjawi military barrack in Beirut: the murder of Emile Azar.

13- Military Unit commander: the murder of Michel Israeli: I murdered him and threw his body in the sea to cover evidence

14- February 1990: Killing by hatchets of Lebanese Army Captain Antoine Haddad. I had to offer something to humanity, killing an officer by hatchets was a good idea after all.

15- Upon my orders, Toni Taan Rahme killed Lebanese Army Lieutenant Joesph Nehme in Hbaline. Nehme used to be the Lebanese Army artillery officer in charge of bombing the Syrian military positions in Batroun.

16- April 1990: I had to poison 3 Lebanese Army officers who were bothering me a lot. I sent few pretty girls with a 'special poison' to do the job. Officers Chamel Rukoz, Fadi Dawood and Dany Khawand were deadly poisoned. They had to be flown outside Lebanon for treatment & recovery.

17- A peaceful demonstration of civilians handling candles was taking place in a Beirut suburb called 'Nahr el Mott'. I had to call the moron in charge Hamid Keirouz and authorize him to pull the trigger and spray them with bullets. The results were 23 civilians dead.

18- The four Iranian Diplomats were kidnapped on my order at the Barbara military Checkpoint, managed by Ragi Abdo, aka 'Captain'. After a fight with Elie Hobeika on the priority who is to murder them first, we sent them to Hobeika to collect the glory.

19- The gentleman Khalil Fares from Rmeil was bothering me. I had to get him assassinated in the street of Ashrafiyah.

21- In 1986, he and his group murdered 500 Christians Lebanese in the street of Beirut under various justifications of collaboration with Syria. He later received in his office Syrian General Ghazi Kanaan and coordinated with him the murder of Dani Chamoun and the downfall of the Lebanese Army in Baabda the 13th october 1990. While the Syrian Army was progressing on Lebanese Army positions from the front, Geagea was busy with Syrian Intelligence chief Ghazi Kanaan shooting at the Lebanese Army back helping the Syrian Army progressing.

22- The Murder of Samir Zaynoun.

23- The Lebanese Army fawj el ansar in Amchit, all of them shot in the back of their heads

24- The 4 Army Officers in Hboub killed by hatchets.

25 - The officers in wizaret el difei3 were he poured concrete over them and buried them under the asphalt.

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I love the way you dismiss the storming of Bkirki, and the two wars initiated by the god like, his majesty the hyper genaralissimo that left 1000s dead, over hundred thousand injured and many thousands displaced or forced to leave the country not counting the material losses valued in the billions.

And I assume you have proof for this laundry list of poor souls, just like the proof presented in the movie in his own words. My friend, if anyone had an iota of proof that the LF or it leadership has done any of the acts you listed, they wouldn't have needed to fabricate crimes and evidence like Sayedet El Najat. more over if the LF was responsible for what you claiming, I feel a sense of pride that someone was able to take care of business and deal with traitors and criminals like karameh, franjieh, the 4 Iranians and others responsible for the death of many in the proper way. More than anything, I would have loved for the LF or anyone else to storm the French embassy those days and nail the sob and his accomplices in their hiding place for all the crimes they commited while in power. Too bad! we are here today wasting our time dealing with that mistake.

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Post by jieh2008 »

We voted in the past and the winners and the looser failed us. And now we have to live with theirs and our mistakes and choose between two camps that are worse than each other when it comes to us.
What have the March 14th or the March 8th movements done for us? What have the rest of the politicians done for us?.
Ok…. I’ll choose the least worse, some choose to stand on the sidelines, out of frustration or anger or even hopelessness. I understand and sometimes I am not happy with these people that i wish to embrace my hopelessness, but if we do that than we are truly lost...
I don't want to be a pawn, I want to make a difference.
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