What do you think about Lebanon's situation????

Discussion in 'America Attacks!' started by hip_peace, May 31, 2007.

  1. hip_peace

    hip_peace Senior Member

    What do you think about Lebanon's situation ?!!!???
    i Think we are in deep shitt , and they are playing and raping our country
    and they just can't get enought !
     
  2. BraveSirRubin

    BraveSirRubin Members

    How about all the children murdered by Hizbollah suicide bombers and rockets?
     
  3. hip_peace

    hip_peace Senior Member

    With all my respect , i think no civilian ( from Israel or Lebanon............................................. ) should die in any kind of shitty war
    The big Leaders should pay
    always and always and always ppl and innocent children who dies
    ( i Feel bad for each civilian from Israel died as much as i do for my own friends and family who died ! )
     
  4. mbworkrelated

    mbworkrelated Banned

    It is a tragedy innocent people are killed in these idiotic political shenanigans.
    The sad truth [imho] is that everybody with the capability and the will to cause violence - does so with out much thought [it seems] to those caught in the middle.
    hip_peace - I think I am right in saying that Qana was not plucked from obscurity - It was targeted because of supposed ''legitimate Hezbollah targets'' - who was useing the top floor of the building [against the wishes of the landlord] ?.

    It is a bit daft to drop leaflets telling everybody to leave while we drop a few bombs on the place - I must say.
    It is also a bit daft [to put it mildly] to use civillians as ''human shields'' either with there consent or with out it. It is also a bit daft to put bodies into a building that were not actually killed in the attack - yeah maybe there is no evidence to support that - this is true. Imho though it highlights nobody is with out a awful lot of blood on there hands - well apart from the poor unfortunates that get caught up in the whole sorry mess.

    I think if one side stopped doing what they do - the other side would stop doing what they do - Then everything would be ok. Wich side do I mean ? you tell me.

    The other sad truth imho - is that a lot of people support either side and some have the view you have hip_peace. How accurate the perceptions are [on either side] is imho questionable.
     
  5. hip_peace

    hip_peace Senior Member

    well ''mbworkrelated '' i agree with you , but he problem is that we really can't breath , war after war after war ,okay if i forgot a bit about what happend in july
    what about now ? with 'FATEH AL ISLAM '' in this moment while i am talking with you i am waching the news = conflic between : lebanese army and fateh el islam
    that means that we are not stable and the area that they are fighting in is a half hour by car away from me and beleive me that bring us down so much = bombs each night and seconde it's like our daily routine and above all this innocent people are killed in each silly war between esrael or hizbollah or the middle of nowhere
    and i think this game is beyond everybody
    God knows what those ''unknown'' = ( without saying names and judge i will say unknown) leaders are planning for ...
     
  6. mbworkrelated

    mbworkrelated Banned

    My heart goes out too you - the dycotomy of the situation is mind boggling.
    I can only wonder how you cope with such a situation.
    The ''game'' is I believe beyond the majority of people - you have a stake in the whole affair - but very little say in what occurs.
    It is it seems like nobody has truely listened to each other in a very very long time.
    Yes they have been shouting and screaming at each other but not bothered to step back and listen to one another.
    It is time for truth and reconciliation [like in South africa].
    The only [well ok one] issue is Hezbollah has grass roots appeal and backing - the majority of the population of south Lebanon support Hezbollah.
    The Israeli goverment is not willing to budge a inch.
    The vicious cycle continues.

    matt -
     
  7. hip_peace

    hip_peace Senior Member

    well yes true, it's like we are turning and turning and turning with not a single useful act
    i will tell you what's the situation now i have ppl and friends in lebanese army who are fighting in this moment and now they announced that 3 are dead and we are out of our minds beleive me
     
  8. mbworkrelated

    mbworkrelated Banned

    I do believe you - I hope your friends do not come to any harm.
     
  9. hip_peace

    hip_peace Senior Member

    Thank you ''mbworkrelated '' it means so much that we have friends from the outside care about Us
    THANK YOU .
     
  10. mbworkrelated

    mbworkrelated Banned

    No problem at all - :)
    My name is Matthew by the way -
     
  11. hip_peace

    hip_peace Senior Member

    and My name is Raymonda :)
     
  12. mbworkrelated

    mbworkrelated Banned

    It is nice to meet you Raymonda - don't think our paths have crossed before ?.
    I've only heard the name Raymonda from ballet ! I'm not Lebanese either so erm well -
    It is ''exotic'' to me. :)
     
  13. hip_peace

    hip_peace Senior Member

    Well i am lebanese but the name is russian i think !!

    because there is a famous russian dance = Raymonda also :)
    well i am very big mix of cultures heheh
    well
    ironically
    i was borned in iraq = where the war is
    but my mother is lebanese so we i stayed all my life here = I became one
    = in Lebanon = where the war is
    and my grandfather from the part of my mother/ is Russin
    my grandfather from the part of my father/ is Turkey
    well i can continue and continue i won't finish :)
     
  14. hip_peace

    hip_peace Senior Member

    i was born ** ( sorry for the bad grammar )
     
  15. mbworkrelated

    mbworkrelated Banned

    Don't worry about it - my grammer is not so good either .

    It would not suprise me.
    "Raymonda" was premiered by the Russian Czar's Imperial Ballet of St. Petersburg, in January of 1898.
    So it seems.
    Same here.
    Quite a mix - do you have a fiery temper ?.
     
  16. hip_peace

    hip_peace Senior Member

    i didn't understand you mean family tree?
     
  17. mbworkrelated

    mbworkrelated Banned

    No - not quite - do you suffer from temper tantrums and have a temper ?.

    Than many ''cultures'' must throw up a few clashes within you ?.

    [​IMG]
     
  18. hip_peace

    hip_peace Senior Member

    i will answer you as far as i understanded:)
    well i really like that mixing and i am so proud of it
    i even talk : assyrian language ( we are assirians if you ever heard of them !)
    and i like that mixing between those cultures because in somehow i managed to put them all together and bring something diffrent related to all of them
     
  19. mbworkrelated

    mbworkrelated Banned

    My mate has a litle Russian within him and he has a pretty bad temper - that is why I asked.
    Don't worry about it was just me attempting to give you a stereotypical cliched disposition.
    I have heard of the assyrians - not a vast amount but a little.
    ''mixing of cultures '' is absolutely wonderful.
     
  20. hip_peace

    hip_peace Senior Member

    well all this have a very + thing on me but yes maybe there is some bad habits
    ( its too much of mixing it's bit confusing !)
     

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