About change and exchangers in Lebanon

The phenomenon of striving for change is one of the prominent results produced by the parliamentary elections in Lebanon, but it indicates that the horizon of the most associated and “independent” proponents of change falls under the American recipe for a “democratic transition” .

  • The hot winds of change that blew in the election are saturated with dust and desert sand.

What is remarkable about the election campaigns is that most of the candidates, in the name of “civil society” and on October 17, showed their personal competence and talents to the voters, as if they were in front of an examining committee to set. the company’s work.

It is not surprising that the parliamentary elections in Lebanon have prestige, positions, influence, money and business, and the proponents of the “civil state” have not heard that its backbone is the separation of the government’s public affairs from private work, and the separation. of statesmen of businessmen, which is a critical reason for the corruption of the political class and collapse of the state.

In parallel with the “Stars of Change” in the Saudi and Gulf media’s campaign to market followers (Mark Daou …), in addition to the prominent names in the NGO market (Paula Yacoubian …), those with good intentions does not go beyond the personification inflated with the outbreak of October 17, and has not Any of them goes beyond the American recipe for “democratic change” in most of the narrow, superficial statements they have proposed as “political programs “for the government (Charbel Nahas and Gad) Ghosn …).

War for a demilitarized farm

Social, media and sectarian phenomena and narcissistic personification … Soar on the unbridled culture of political elite to the cake of power, but the political struggle that overshadowed the election of Parliament revolved around the war for resistance or defense of weapons for deterrence.

This vertical division was started in 2005 by the leaders of the Syrian-Saudi French guardianship and the leaders of the beneficiary sects (Jacques Chirac, the Saudi king, Abdel Halim Khaddam, the military ruler Ghazi Kanaan, Hariri and Jumblatt … ), and it is the joint guardianship that established Mafia quotas in the 1998 al-Taif constitution, and institutionalized the collapse of the state, looting and corruption in debt policy, financial engineering and intensified dependence on neoliberal economic policies.

Hezbollah did not participate in the tainted guardianship that legitimized the collapse, looting and corruption. It devoted itself to heroic resistance and liberated Lebanon from the Israeli occupation, which forced this resistance to withdraw in the year 2000, but goal from that moment on was the abolition of resistance and the disarmament of national defense and deterrence.

This is the same context that led to the elimination of most of the liberation movements and resistance in the world of the South without a direct armed confrontation. The economic dependence on debt policy and rent-seeking capital … is a looting strategy based on corruption and corruption, which fuel vertical divisions and the wear and tear of the state and society.

Most liberation movements could not solve the dilemma, given the dominance of the American strategy and its neoliberal model over the “international community” and its institutions, and in light of the American economic and political culture’s dominance over the world, and countries and movements that reject dependence, such as Iran, Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua … still resist with difficulty To preserve the beacon of guidance in the world of ferocious animals to destroy humanity.

It is not surprising that Fouad Siniora, who has led the policy of looting and corruption since 2005, began calling for the removal of the resistance weapon (Resolution 1559) “to renounce violence” and to restore stability and prosperity. achieved, which he himself achieved. for criminal gangs and the political class.

And what’s worse is that Siniora, the brilliant “intellectual” in the American Saudi school, was led by Max Weber on “the state’s monopoly on weapons,” as led by the late Gibran al-Tuwaini by the Treaty of Westphalia (1648 over the ruins of the Holy Roman Empire) “for the state’s monopoly on the decision of war and peace.” They interpret concepts as they wish. The founding of the state is at the beginning of its history, and they miss the history of their farm’s nearby weapon during dozens of Israeli invasions and occupations of Lebanon, and only the weapons of resistance liberated the country. and aggression deterred.

Change is fate, no choice

The explosive devastation built by the policies of dependence and disintegration since Taif is the main motivator for the ambition of political and economic change that haunts the Lebanese people. Victims of the inferiority system and criminal mafia gangs.

The unwillingness to seek a vision for a national project to dismantle dependency and stop the escalation of wear and tear through reconstruction has contributed to the US, Saudi and French embassies and “international institutions” unleashing to loosen up let and have fun alone in a generally popular atmosphere that strives to change the devastation.

The hot winds of change that blew in the election are saturated with dust and desert sand, but not all are toxic. Some of them are poisoned by American and Saudi chemical injections, and some are affected by a tyrannical international culture that think that it changes the fez of the political system in Parliament and the government as a change to the system of looting and collapse in the arms of dependency (Charbel Nahas, Gad Ghosn, Ibrahim Mneimneh, Osama Seed …).

These winds are not the most dangerous for the resistance and fate of Lebanon threatened by famine and security chaos, but perhaps some natural health phenomena (Elias Jarada, Ibrahim Mneimneh, Halima al-Qaqour, Ghada Aoun … and many others non-winners) in many reform files needed to stop the downfall if he sees the reconstruction project light on the Calvary route.

Perhaps this is the reason for David Schenker’s frustration in the “Washington Foundation” program, and the reason for David Hale’s displeasure in “Wilson website”, because the economic and political war did not lead, as they wanted, to the mobilization of all the two changes. in the priority of confronting the resistance weapon and holding Hezbollah responsible for the collapse and corruption Subordination and political class.

The threat of explosion and further destruction and collapse… has for centuries united the pillars of the dependency regime and the demilitarized state farm (the Phalanges, Geagea’s party, and “the opposition”…) in front of the Arab shops, each of which has his sovereignty over the oppression of his people achieved through persecution, oppression and humiliation, And each of them achieved his independence in the freedom to plunder and save the country and the servants in the market of American slavery.

In light of this looming threat, the resistance environment in the elections has expressed the protection of weapons, but it has also expressed the ambition for change to stop the escalation of devastation. In all constituencies there are papers that have been canceled due to the writing of comments on the names of some corrupt candidates. The number of papers in the second southern district reached 6,000 invalid ballot papers in Shiite villages, expressing the demand for a national change that would not be against Hezbollah, nor without Hezbollah.

Most of the evidence suggests that the new parliament is paralyzed by its sharp contradictions, and that the followers of US-Saudi surveillance are waging a war of “sovereignty and independence” for the sake of the demilitarized dependency farm. In this way, Washington and Saudi Arabia will continue the wars of famine, fragmentation and disintegration, which provoke collapse and nervous breakdown, and possibly security explosions.

In such circumstances and facts, the safest way out would be a revolution to change the regime and restore state and order, but the revolution in the circumstances that Lebanon has achieved is the closest path to a sustainable civil war.

It remains that Lebanon is the land of the described miracles that led to its drowning, and perhaps a miracle will bring it through a sign of speed instead of revolution to agree that the elected council ‘. will be a constitutional assembly and an executive council. fill the potential void in order to avoid the abyss. Relying on the unknown, however, does not stop changing conditions, as it quietly changes every new day until the storm blows, and does not wait for someone to invite it to change.

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