Remember when I talked about the Selfish Movement? Well, I know I haven’t been publicizing it much, but trust me, awesome things are coming.
Unfortunately, yesterday I heard even more news that supposed “Change and Reform” minister Gaby Layoun sold whatever dignity he still had after his history book fiasco (a Maameltein sex worker has more dignity than that btw).
A two, thousand, and, five, hundred, year old Phoenician port was bulldozed by the evil corporations famous for bulldozing buildings while its tenants are still inside so it can progress Hariri and co’s plans to screw the country over and make billions in the process, you know, like buying a meter for sea 12$ on the Beirut Waterfront and now charging us millions to even dream of owning something there.
Honestly, I doubt that the lying, double-crossing Gaby Layoun would dare run for elections, but if he does, we will definitely make sure he fails. Just like Gilberte Zouein, Nabil Nkoula and Ghassan Mkhaiber, who are derailing the stop domestic violence against women law in parliament.
Every day, I lose more and more faith in this country. But every day, I see people like me, who have zero respect for the politicians and prostate-prone old men in robes and those they protect. And I hope that if we can’t fix this broken excuse of a country, we can at least make the scumbags pay for their crimes.
Blacklisted MPs/Ministers so far:
- Gaby Layoun
- Gilberte Zouein
- Nabil Nkoula
- Ghassan Mkhaiber
Note: I know they are all Christian, and FPM. But that’s exactly why I want them to pay, because we expected more from them. I wouldn’t expect Emad El Hout, a backwards religious fundamentalist, to want to stop raping women. But, I expect Mkhaiber, a self-proclaimed human rights advocate, to stand up for your moms and sisters and daughters. I expect Zouein, a woman herself, to make it illegal for her to get raped (not than anyone would actually rape her, but still).
Also, in sectarian terms, Sunnis and Shiite will always vote the same way. It’s the Christians who are the swing vote, and why I believe we should focus our efforts on the Christian electorate and MPs.