I once tweeted asking if the kidnapping and counter-kidnapping thing works with mosquitoes… I had to make use of the learnings from the latest happenings in Lebanon.
We are beyond pathetic. We are beyond pitiful. We are beyond acting, let alone thinking. We are way beyond solving.
Did the Lebanese-Syrian trade treaties stipulate anything about importing and exporting revolutions? I will most certainly not get into analysis and speculations. I will leave that to the poor souls who think they are in the know, and those who have teleported their personalities straight onto the tip of their tongues.
I am not eloquent when it comes to politics, but defense strategy? Seriously? What strategy? To defend who, what?
The best defense strategy, tested and proven, is education and civic sense. Deprive people from both, and that’s you get: Lebanon. Speaking of education, teachers are one of the most under-payed categories. To make things worse, students are now a bargaining chip. If we get this far, no wonder families have their own armies!
So, I just wonder…
I wonder why since the new government came into being, theft and crime rate shot up.
I wonder why bank robberies suddenly skyrocketed to new heights.
I wonder why the electricity became inversely proportional to the pledge the government made to fix it.
I wonder why gas prices go up when worldwide oil prices go down.
I wonder why only the mentally challenged earn a place in the government.
I wonder how they could devise a long-term planning strategy when they can’t even implement a simple traffic law.
I wonder why can’t they defend the country with the same fervor they defend the “neighbors”
I wonder how they dare to speak and give lessons in patriotism when their allegiance is invested everywhere but in their nation.
I wonder where do the inter-religious feuds fit If Israel is the common enemy.
I wonder if Syrians fought amongst themselves during the Civil war in Lebanon.
I wonder where did the 10452 Km2 go if the North is an Emirate, the South is off-limits, the Bekaa is an enclave, and most of Beirut is a military barrack…
I wonder how can they lie so bluntly to themselves before lying to us.
I wonder how do they still believe that they are actually lying to us.
I wonder what they tell their children when asked about what they do.
I wonder what to say to my own children when asked why are we still here.
I wonder why I am still here.
But beware, we all can wonder this much. We soon will ponder, and when we do, your lies, schemes and petty strategies will rule our leftovers. Our leftovers.
The thing is, we live in a rat hole where every family can have one army instead of having one army for all the families…