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ابن بالدوين
That is simply not true. Most people don't even vote, Hezbollah's support is limited to one sectarian group, and even that is slowly changing. A popular party wouldn't need to beat people up alongside Amal in Tyre/Bekaa/Nabatiyeh.
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ابن بالدوين Dec 10
Replying to @joeyayoub
At best, FPM's base is opportunistically pro Hezbollah. Even the most fanatic among them can't ignore who exiled Michel Aoun in 1990. That they're with Assad's ally has always been a contradiction they had to contend with. Good thing Lebanese politics isn't hypocritical eh?
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ابن بالدوين Dec 10
Replying to @joeyayoub
It must be difficult for online cheerleaders of Hezbollah to keep up with the party's own followers. Hezbollah's middle/upper class supporters must be very annoyed at the working class men yelling 'Shia Shia' while beating people up on live tv. So inconvenient.
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ابن بالدوين Dec 10
Replying to @joeyayoub
It must also be difficult for them to keep up with Hezbollah's own politics. Remind me, who has been the party insisting on the return of Mr Saudi Arabia Saad Hariri as PM again? But hey, Hezbollah wants you to know it's really sad about Saudi Arabia slaughtering Yemenis.
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ابن بالدوين Dec 10
Replying to @joeyayoub
Remind me, which political leader came out just 2 days after the protest started to tell us we're wasting our time and that this 'mandate' will not fall, some 10 days before it did fall? Sectarians depend on our short memory. No more.
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ابن بالدوين Dec 10
Replying to @joeyayoub
If only there was a way of going beyond sectarianism and not relying on wannabe shabbiha whose entire worldviews is built on Hezbollah's sectarianism, Iran's theocracy and Assad's fascism. We were over a million people on the streets without anyone telling anyone what to do.
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ابن بالدوين Dec 10
Replying to @joeyayoub
We didn't murder 200+ in Iran in a few days. We didn't murder 400+ people in Iraq in a month. We didn't slaughter 500,000+ people in Syria *at least* in 8 years. The groups Hezbollah supports have been doing that, with their direct participation. Nothing will change that fact.
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🍊 Dec 10
Replying to @joeyayoub
He says he “understands” the protests but would rather see the whole country burn than to remove Bassil, a main target of the protests because he’s a (fake) “ally”
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ابن بالدوين Dec 10
Replying to @gebranbassiI
He speaks of warlords as if he doesn't support the man who still leads the most powerful militia in the country's history
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Samia Dec 10
Replying to @joeyayoub
100%
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𝐹𝒶𝓇𝒶𝒽 Dec 11
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