Following several days of consultations and tentative artificial agreements, the leader of the Free Patriotic Movement (FPM) finally declared the collapse of negotiations.
Victory!!! I shouted...
Although it might seem sad and absurd to celebrate the division of the so-called “opposition”, I was one of those who never believed that unity can be achieved with other factions of Lebanese as long as the same corrupt leaders were still representing them.
I always looked up to General Aoun as a true Lebanese who represents the last chance to rebuild this country. Had the alliance taken place, I would have lost hope for any future in Lebanon.
I might be described as the extremist who refuses to bargain, which makes me inadequate for politics. But it is my extremism which keeps the balance in this country where our rights are being violated and our intelligence being insulted.
I’ll leave bargaining for those who are able to do it. Me, I want all my rights.
They tried to buy us with some seats at parliament. They even insulted us with the number of seats claiming we are not as many as we pretend to be.
Actually, there is a saying in French which translates into: When the cat is away, the mice are dancing.
Well, now we are back to claim what is ours.
Everybody knows that corruption is the main reason for our huge debts.
Some people however tend to forget who is behind this corruption.
Elections day will be judgment day in few regions including mine.
The maturity of the Lebanese people will decide the fate of our dear country, Lebanon.