Geagea Announces Presidential Program, Stresses Need to Control Proliferation of Arms

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Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea announced on Wednesday his presidential program that focused on restoring the authority of the state against the proliferation of weapons during a time of regional unrest.

He declared: “No country in the world would accept that its authority be subject to armed groups that exist outside of the state.”

“There will be no compromise in dealing with the spread of arms,” he stressed.

“The position of the presidency still retains important privileges despite the adoption of the Taef Accord” in 1989, he continued, while blaming the 29-year period of Syrian hegemony over Lebanon for weakening the presidency.

“The president is capable of playing a central role in directing political life in Lebanon towards the true national path,” Geagea said.

“A strong president is capable of implementing the constitution and serving national goals that achieve higher Lebanese national interests,” he continued.

Lebanon is passing through one of the most dangerous stages in its history and the state can no longer tolerate that it be burdened by those obstructing its functioning, he added.

“The Lebanese entity can no longer support any side that creates imbalance in the state and violates its principles and coexistence,” he stated.

There should be a radical solution to this flaw in Lebanon, stressed the LF leader.

“The greatest challenge I face in running for the presidency lies in implementing the constitution and laws in a manner that will restore the authority of the state,” Geagea declared.

The presidency is the starting point for achieving these goals, he said.

“The current phase in Lebanon does not tolerate semi-solutions, semi-positions, and semi-presidents,” he added, noting that centrism has turned into a “lethal grey area that resulted in lack of clarity in stances.”

“There is no room for centrism, which has only yielded compromises to accommodate the status quo,” he lamented.

The main challenge lies in committing to the Taef Accord as a means to implement the constitution and achieve national balance, he continued.

Moreover, he stressed the need to tackle the flaws that have emerged in the presidency, while calling for staging the parliamentary elections as soon as the presidential polls are over.

“We seek a state that protects its people and imposes complete and balanced security at its institutions and throughout its territory,” he declared.

Geagea's presidential program called for introducing reform in the judiciary, saying: “There can be no state, economy, or security without a proper justice system.”

“I will not be lenient in combating corruption among judges and I seek to expose them and hold them accountable for their actions,” he said.

In addition, he called for introducing reform at state security institutions, which he said are still subject to the influence of Syrian hegemony despite the Syrian troop withdrawal in 2005.

“The military and security institutions are the only remaining means to preserve Lebanon's security and stability,” he remarked.

Commenting on Lebanon's economy, Geagea pledged to develop Lebanon's ports and airport, noting that it is no longer acceptable during the age of globalization for the country to only have one functioning airport.

The economy can also be revitalized through the tourism sector, which the LF chief noted was only contributing to 18 percent of the country's income.

Furthermore, he vowed to take a transparent approach in exploiting Lebanon's oil and gas wealth, stressing that he will protect it from corruption.

Revitalizing the economy also requires reform, cutting down on unemployment, reducing the public debt, and limiting youth immigration, he stated.

His program also tackled the condition at border-crossings, calling for putting an end to the disorganization at air, land, and water crossings.

He pledged to tackle corruption at these outlets “without any civil, military, and religious exceptions even if new laws have to be put in place to this end.”

Geagea also called for annulling the death penalty, improving the situation at Lebanese prisons, revising all laws that concern women's rights, and applying a healthcare program that includes all the Lebanese people.

Commenting on regional developments, he reiterated the need for Lebanon to commit to the Baabda Declaration, prevent the Syrian crisis from spreading to Lebanon, and collaborate with Arab countries to resolve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

On this note, he expressed his rejection of the naturalization of Palestinian refugees in Lebanon, while stressing that Syrian refugees should also be allowed to return to their homeland once the conflict is resolved.

Geagea also voiced his support for the Arab Spring, “despite some of its shortcomings and the emergence of extremism.”

“I strongly condemn fundamentalism and will work on combating it,” he said.

Moreover, he said that should he be elected president, he will see that the Lebanese state commits to international resolutions and the Special Tribunal for Lebanon.

“The state alone is responsible for protecting Lebanon and the Lebanese people and confronting various Israeli assaults,” stressed the LF leader, while demanding that the border with Syria be demarcated.

Following the announcement of Geagea's presidential program, LF MPs Antoine Zahra and Jospeh Maalouf visited President Michel Suleiman to hand him a copy of the program, reported LBCI television.

Earlier, an LF parliamentary delegation headed to Bkirki for talks with Maronite Patriarch Beshara al-Rahi.

MP Sethrida Geagea confirmed after handing the patriarch a copy of the program that the LF bloc will take part in the April 23 parliamentary session to elect a new president.



  • 16 April 2014, 13:22

    Geagea: I look forward legitimate presidential elections that pave the way for Lebanon's salvation.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:21

    Geagea: The state alone is responsible for defending the country.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:20

    Geagea stressed the need to demarcate the border with Syria and resolve the case of the Shebaa Farms and Kfarshouba Hills.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:20

    Geagea voiced his commitment to the Special Tribunal for Lebanon and U.N. resolution.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:19

    Geagea: Lebanon must adhere to its Arab and international commitments.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:18

    Geagea on Palestinian-Israeli conflict: We reject Palestinian refugees' naturalization in Lebanon under any excuse.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:18

    Geagea on Syrian crisis: A solution to the conflict should ensure that Syrian refugees return to their homeland.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:17

    Geagea on regional developments: I pledge my support for the Arab Spring, despite its shortcomings and instances during which it steered away from its goals.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:16

    Geagea: I will stand against extremism in the Arab world.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:16

    Geagea on women's rights: I vow to revise all laws that tackle this issue.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:14

    Geagea proposed the establishment of a ministry to tackle expatriate affairs.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:14

    Geagea pledged to improve the agriculture sector and introduce green spaces in Lebanon.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:12

    Geagea: I will ensure that customs laws will be properly implemented at all border-crossings, even if new laws have to be put in place to this end.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:11

    Geagea stressed the need for the proper control of land, air, and water border-crossings.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:10

    Geagea: Proper functioning of the various state institutions can be achieved through combating corruption.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:08

    Geagea on decentralization: It should be implemented as stipulated in the Taef Accord and as adopted by various countries around the world.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:06

    Geagea suggested reopening various airports in Lebanon, as well as developing Lebanese ports.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:04

    Geagea: Proper investments can place Lebanon on the global tourism map.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:03

    Geagea on tourism: We have reaped so little of what this sector can yield for Lebanon.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:03

    Geagea on oil and gas wealth: Their discovery can act both as a blessing and a curse. I seek to preserve this wealth through a transparent approach.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:01

    Geagea demanded that reform be introduced in the electricity and telecommunications sectors.

  • 16 April 2014, 13:00

    Geagea: Investments should be made in the infrastructure and the role of regulatory authorities should be reactivated.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:59

    Geagea stressed the need for economic reform, revitalizing growth, cutting down on unemployment, reducing the public debt, and limiting youth immigration.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:59

    Geagea on Lebanon's economy: The economy cannot be stabilized without restoring faith in the state.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:58

    Geagea: Is is acceptable that no substantial leads were achieved in crimes committed against March 14 figures?

  • 16 April 2014, 12:57

    Geagea on state security agencies: Despite the independence in 2005, these apparatuses are still plagued by the remains of Syrian hegemony in Lebanon.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:55

    Geagea on capital punishment: Lebanon should work on eliminating the death penalty in accordance with U.N. principles.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:55

    Geagea pledged that if he is elected president that he will tackle the state of prisons in Lebanon.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:54

    Geagea: I will not compromise in tackling the corruption at the justice system.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:53

    Geagea: The problems in the justice system have led the people to lose faith in it.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:53

    Geagea: The problems in the justice system have impacted the social and economic situation in Lebanon.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:52

    Geagea: Tackling all these issues lies in reforming the justice system.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:51

    Geagea: We seek a state that preserves the people's rights and dignity and which offers its youths a future.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:51

    Geagea on spread of arms in Lebanon: No country in the world would accept that its authority would be subject to armed groups that exist outside of the state.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:51

    Geagea: There will be no compromise in dealing with the spread of arms.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:50

    Geagea called for adopting a fair parliamentary electoral law once the presidential elections are over.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:49

    Geagea stressed the importance of adhering to the Baabda Declaration and preventing the spread of regional conflicts to Lebanon.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:48

    Geagea: There is no room for centrism, which has only yielded compromises to accommodate the status quo.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:47

    Geagea: The current phase we are passing through does not tolerate semi-solutions.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:47

    Geagea: The state has the proper means to regain its dignity.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:46

    Geagea: The greatest challenge I want to face in running for president lies in implementing the constitution and restoring the state's authority.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:45

    Geagea: The Lebanese entity cannot support more burdens that weaken the state.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:44

    Geagea: The period of Syrian hegemony weakened the position of the presidency.

  • 16 April 2014, 12:43

    LF chief Samir Geagea while announcing his presidential program: The position of the presidency, despite all that has been said since the Taef Accord, is capable of wielding power and steering Lebanon in the right direction.

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Thumb FlameCatcher 16 April 2014, 13:18

Geagea: The problems in the justice system have led the people to lose faith in it.

Actually, Hezbollah has led people to lose faith in our justice system. They PISS on our justice, our laws and constitution ! It will be even worst now that Rifi is heading it ...

Thumb FlameCatcher 16 April 2014, 13:40

He's not my Hakim and I never was for his release. In fact, I'm for him going straight back to jail with Aoun, Nasrallah, Berri and co !

He who refuses to consider all of them as criminals is a fool !

Thumb -phoenix1 16 April 2014, 13:55

FT bro, I am duty bound to toe FC's position. Geagea is not alone in this crime syndicate, Aoun, Nasrallah, Berri, Jumblat, Frangieh, in fact all the old fixture is in it, sharing a cake that is not theirs anyway. HA did not liberate my South on its own, we kept our doors for them, day and night, we took the blows en masse and never once even complaining. I will not delve what Aoun did, but as far as I know, he never stood alone, yet left those who stood with him on their own and dashed away when the going got too tough. If I was Aoun, I would have stayed, even if it meant death. As FC rightly pointed out, we have something called justice, but it is applied only on the poor and the honest, simple. The rest lives above the law, flaunting it at every single turn.

Thumb -phoenix1 16 April 2014, 14:44

Bro Roar, where did I defend Geagea, I just placed him in the same basket as the rest, that's all. Then why can't I express my views without having to be passed through the grinder? Look Roar, just one scenery: Imagine you or I or any normal citizen for that matter, we did something illegal, no matter how trivial it may be, would we get past it? Now for all the above people I mentioned, can you deny for one moment that they usurped all boundaries of the law, yet nothing befell them? In fact nothing, they are still there living in sinful opulence and decadency, when you and I and all the rest have to sweat it out to make a decent living. All I am saying is simple ya Roar, these people are not above the law, and because they lived and still live above it, makes them worthy and same of one basket, the trash bin of history. Sorry, must remain honest.

Thumb -phoenix1 16 April 2014, 14:58

Oh, sorry FT, I didn't realize this, sorry again.

Thumb FlameCatcher 16 April 2014, 17:26

You mean the justice system that is incapable of questioning your Hezbollah assassins and putting them on trial for murder ?

Or the justice system where you partners have murdered judges throughout the years ?

Thumb -phoenix1 16 April 2014, 17:57

OK Rear Wolf, you want an answer, then here it is. I was calling for HA to finish the job, I was reminding of what happened back then. Twisting words are like spit, they always go back to the sender. Just admit you got jealous, coz someone called for my being president, he he he.

Thumb -phoenix1 16 April 2014, 17:57

** To RW, ** I wasn't calling for...**

Thumb FlameCatcher 16 April 2014, 13:21

Like him or not, at least he's proposing a plan and clarifying his positions.

Hezbollah has NO plans for Lebanon except fight takfiris and fight Israel and free palestine and BS. Their only plans are to safeguard Hezbollah interests deeply vested in illegal trafficking.

Aoun's plans are to become president without any obstacles or competitors. He also only tackles issues such as "OIL" whenever he needs to divert the publics attention from the atrocities Hezbollah is committing !

But we want neither Geagea nor Aoun for president !

Thumb FlameCatcher 16 April 2014, 13:34

Are you affraid your Hezbollah will no longer have monopoly of smuggling illegal, counterfeight products to Lebanon ?

Are you affraid Hezbollah's drug and weapons businesses will be harder to conduct ?

Thumb FlameCatcher 16 April 2014, 13:54

Well that would be true if Roar actually asked a question.

Why do you struggle to appear as an irrelevant idiot ?

Answer my questions instead or prove me wrong !

Thumb FlameCatcher 16 April 2014, 14:49

Roar, I don't know who you're talking to. You must be mistaking me for a Hezbollah lover !

Thumb FlameCatcher 16 April 2014, 13:39

Et tu crois en Aoun qui change d'avis plus que Jumblat ?

Imbecile ! Regarde bien dans la glace avant de parler !

Aoun est le politicien avec le moins d'intégrité au Liban !

Thumb FlameCatcher 16 April 2014, 13:52

Les seuls neandertals sont ceux qui s'accrochent a des dinosaures comme Aoun et a tout acteur de la guerre du Liban.

Ceux qui croient que les femmes doivent rester a la maison s'occuper des enfants.

Les moutons comme toi qui sont dirigés par des bergers criminels et mafieux.

Hezbollah s'est marginalisé tout seul en decidant de s'armer et d'ignorer l'etat libanais et ses lois.

Contrairement a toi, je ne m'accroche pas au passé et a des politiciens d'une autre epoque. Contrairement a toi, je refuse de retourner a une epoque noire et maccabre de l'hegemonie syrienne au liban. Contrairement a toi, je ne change pas mes positions pour assurer a mes leaders, une presidence egoiste voué a l'echec.

Default-user-icon Rambo (Guest) 16 April 2014, 14:09

Cripple Hezbollah; this should be the primary policy of the new president.

Missing peace 16 April 2014, 14:48

"more than 80% of the lebanese people want HA to exist,"

really? those figures are from where? elmanar? or your wishful thinking?


Thumb -phoenix1 16 April 2014, 15:12

Southern, I believe that almost all of the Lebanese want to see Hezbollah continue to exist, but purely as a political party just like all the rest and not one with an armed wing. Imagine if the LF masalan was a political party with a military wing, or the A7rar, or in fact any other party, what would that spell? I also believe that most Lebanese have remained steady with their demand, that Hezbollah return to the fold, disarm, and continue as a party, not as a militia. The way you put it gives the impression that the majority prefer HA as it it, when the truth is more like, yes for HA, but no weapons, no militia, just a party, like the rest.

Thumb FlameCatcher 16 April 2014, 15:28

@Southern : all Lebanese want Hezbollah to exist !!!

Most Lebanese want Hezbollah to surrender their weapons though. That's the difference you don't understand.

If in your little head, Hezbollah cannot exist without weapons, then Hezbollah is a failed organisation and political party and should not exist entirely !

Thumb FlameCatcher 16 April 2014, 15:29

Southen : the only ones doing a patriotic job are the ones who ended Syria's control of Lebanon. Hezbollah fought for them to remain ! Who's patriotic ?

Missing jeff070 16 April 2014, 16:26

If the government were to take Hezbollah's arms, they must and I am big believer of that to give them a more important role in the government, and society to steer them away from being an armed militia.

One example is the Inudstry minister HAjj Hasan.

Default-user-icon Hanoun (Guest) 16 April 2014, 14:16

MR geagea with respect to corruption and money
if you lead by example and tell the world how much money u have and from where you get it from
and min ayna laka haza missing in your programm
god bless the arab spring you said you are absolutely right but arab spring in the whole arab world even the gulf countries
god bless 10452

Default-user-icon Abu Quahafa (Guest) 16 April 2014, 14:16

A phoney doctor who started his life as a criminal has now become a prig and a banal clown. His candidacy is hence an insult to the office of presidency and a contempt of the values decency

Default-user-icon blablabla (Guest) 16 April 2014, 14:27

Does that man deserve Naharnet HeadLines? I guess not at all...

To remind his (blinded) followers, his men even tried to kill Bachir Gemayel during the inspection of Barbara Checkpoint in the 80's! His (blinded) followers are as criminal as he is. If you need press reviews about it, just check out the newspapers of that time displayed in one of Lina Murr Nehme Book No need more to argue about them and how blinded and criminals they are by following such a fake doctor.

Missing peace 16 April 2014, 14:45

“No country in the world would accept that its authority be subject to armed groups that exist outside of the state.”

except iranian paid M8ers who do not believe in the state of lebanon but rather follow a party that pledged allegiance to the islamic revolution of iran! LOL

Thumb FlameCatcher 16 April 2014, 14:52

@FT :

La lecon est tirée ! Conclusion :

- Desarme le Hezbollah
- Elimine les acteurs et responsables de la guerre y compris ton cher General.

Tes conclusions a toi s'est de retournée a une dictature syrienne imposée a travers le Hezbollah libanais et representée par ton ex-general

Thumb FlameCatcher 16 April 2014, 14:55

Concernant les femmes qui savent elever leurs enfants, il est d'autant plus important que les hommes sachent les elever aussi.

Ce n'est pas degradant pour une femme de s'occuper de ses enfants. S'est degradant pour une femme de se voir imposer se job malgres elle. Surtout quand les femmes sont capables d'accomplir beaucoup plus que la plupart des hommes qui dirigent ce pays.

Thumb FlameCatcher 16 April 2014, 15:17

@FT : I would appreciate you not inventing bullshit about me to prove your stupid point of view.

Where do I see mothers are second grade citizens ? I see sheep like you as second grade citizens.

No doubt i'm the fruit of a divorced family ? You're capacity to reach such moronic conclusions only reinforces my view that you are an idiot who has nothing to bring to the table and has a completely distorted view of reality and the world we live in.

Wake up from your illusion !

Thumb FlameCatcher 16 April 2014, 16:15

@FT : Maybe Aoun should stick to his position of fighting the Syrian regime and keep his integrity.

I was a Aounie and remain a Aounie until today. It simply seems Aoun is no longer a Aounie ! And neither are you !

Thumb eagledawn 16 April 2014, 14:56

lol just lol

Thumb -phoenix1 16 April 2014, 15:03

Roar, bro, don't get so hyped up, Geagea will not be elected president, well, at least this is my perception of this matter. Geagea, as Beiruti wrote last week, is just posturing to derail Aoun's prospects for the presidency, and as far as meets the eye, Aoun's chances seem to be ruined. No one at this stage knows for sure what is being played out in the corridors of power, well here at least Bkerke and Baabda, so in most likelihoods, it's quite possible that our next president will be someone who right now is not in the limelight. My bet with you on this one, Foster's, chilled and ready.

Thumb -phoenix1 16 April 2014, 15:21

Roar, someone I know well and who has highly ranked contacts told me this morning that Demianos Kattar could be one of those surprise candidates that Bkerke is considering. If Demianos makes it, will you share my happiness? Just wanted to know cos I know you want what's best for Lebanon.

Thumb -phoenix1 16 April 2014, 17:53

FD, well said, I am grateful that you've extrapolated the issue further, which was from the start the point I was trying to explain. As always bro, excellent post.

Thumb -phoenix1 16 April 2014, 18:20

FT, our Mr. Loughat aka known as bani Maarouf doesn't like either Baroud or Kaatar, can we also send him some baklawas too? &aram, not nice to leave him alone.

Thumb -phoenix1 16 April 2014, 15:26

Walahi ya Southern, my bottom Dollar on this, if the oil wealth is allowed to be tapped, it will surprise you just how many so called politicians will jump at it, and here I mean them all, M8, M14 and the Ms and Ns and Ps. Even the car mechanic and plumber will take their chance, you never put a mouse in front of a piece of cheese and expect it to do nothing. So putting a Lebanese politician in front of such a big block of cheese and expect him to do nothing is simply superfluous.

Thumb -phoenix1 16 April 2014, 15:28

You're right SF, hence the saying, "you cannot teach an old fox new tricks", hence the crucial need for the younger generation to set in, the old one is now in retirement mode, best for us all.

Thumb -phoenix1 16 April 2014, 18:38

T man, I'll take them kids to luna park, any good?

Default-user-icon carlosthejacket (Guest) 16 April 2014, 16:07

Demanios Khattar and Ziad Baroud are clean and would be welcomed but can we honestly say they are capable of gaining Hizbollah respect with regards to sincere debating about its disarmanent??? I personally don't think Dr. Geagea will be the next president however he is probably one of the few old heads that are capable of generating a serious discussion with his political foes including Hizbollah. Lebanese needs these old heads and old foes to get into a real stalemate to finally come to a long term agreement. Geagea and Hizbollah reconcilation would be good for all of Lebanon!

Missing jeff070 16 April 2014, 16:16

The speech sounds all dandy and sweet, let's see him enforcing these points IF elected as president. One thing I do give him, I prefer a president who has the humility to admit of his barbarism acts, to have suffered for it unlike other potential candidates still alive, than another who has yet to admit of his shortcomings, and has never suffered to understand the meaning of having a strong state.

Mind you, this is an ojective point of view, don't corner me into being a Geagea supporter.

Missing jeff070 16 April 2014, 16:19

Also, since following closely these news in the past year or so, Geagea is the first to highlight important points like the economy, justice system, growth, infrastructure, etc to improve and address if elected president.

Thumb beiruti 16 April 2014, 16:55

The last time Lebanon had to rebuild it was in 1991 in the wake of Taif. Hariri led the effort and because of the "realities" of the security situation with the Syrian occupation at the time, forged ahead with economic recovery on the assumption that the political security of the country would follow. Well, 20 years later here we are starting over again precisely because the State has not been made secure so as to make for a secure economic environment.

Thumb -phoenix1 16 April 2014, 17:51

Beiruti, every time you post, I read and reread, because your posts belong to those decent people whose writings are rewarding and devoid of slur. Alas, we do have a few trees that definitely need some pruning.

Thumb beiruti 16 April 2014, 16:58

Geagea's plans are fine, but with Hezbollah running about unchecked and having de facto control of the country in competition with the state, Geagea would have the same challenges as Rafiq Hariri and without the wallet that Hariri had to buy some peace. The Syrian air force is bombing Arsal today because its victories along the Damascus Homs Corridor has pushed the Opposition west into Hermel and Baalbek and the Regime forces have followed them there. The Syrian war is being prosecuted across Lebanon's borders because Hezbollah unilaterally decided it was their "duty" to defend the Assad Regime. What of their duty to Lebanon?? It does not exist because Hezbollah is not of Lebanon, in fact, is existence on Lebanese soil in derogation of the Lebanese State.

Thumb beiruti 16 April 2014, 16:59

So this time, a plan please for the State to recover itself and to be the sole provider of national security, then the economic plans can have some credibility.

Missing jeff070 16 April 2014, 17:29

why do you insult?

Missing jeff070 16 April 2014, 17:31

Disregard, that was for FT.

Default-user-icon Tonus (Guest) 16 April 2014, 18:44

Geagea Ouan or any other genious what can they do against uncivilized people?

Thumb -phoenix1 16 April 2014, 18:13

Roar, milk and blankets did you say? Shou, baddak tekhroblo beytoh lali 3am tejerr bil 7alib? lol.

Thumb cedre 16 April 2014, 18:24

if u had a life, u would not be reposting it, unless it's ur job to post pro-assad and pro-khamenei BS all day long...

Missing samy.. 16 April 2014, 18:26

and you lead the pack with ignorance and stupidity

Thumb -phoenix1 16 April 2014, 18:43

You said it ya Bani Loughat, your dreams could become reality if you don't watch, the LF Chief Geagea ka2ednah could become president, yours and mine. What an irony of sorts for you, right?

Thumb bronco 16 April 2014, 18:53

@ibinharathreik,, well said my friend , enjoyed your detailed commentary on all of the above. keep up the good work

Default-user-icon mitcha (Guest) 16 April 2014, 19:22

Murderer, Thief, criminal, traitor, militiaman, anti-state, puppet, EVIL. Sorry but these don't fit the culture of the Presidency of the Republic...maybe the presidency of your fantasy militia which bombed the Free areas and helped bomb the Presidential Palace.

Default-user-icon rainman (Guest) 16 April 2014, 19:24

He bombed Baabda and the free areas along with the Syrians and now wants to run for Presidency...oh I forgot he murdered the sons of past presidents and their families, he murdered rivals within his own party and bombed churches and the PRESIDENTIAL PALACE & was convicted to 100 Life Sentences....and he wants to run for President of the Republic. LOL. This guy no self respect, no shame let alone any respect for the Lebanese and the families of those officers he murdered at point blank.

Missing jeff070 16 April 2014, 19:48

Lol FT, it doesn't matter who. Once you start insulting people, all those good points you make become negated because you have are disrespecting people.

Thumb cedre 16 April 2014, 21:23

responsability ? wow u're on a mission to save the lebanese people... LOL

Pretty much everybody here know u and understood that :

- u're a pathetic liar
- u got no life, no job, no family...
- ur mission is to promote Bashar, NasrIran and Khamenei

Default-user-icon Hammerhead (Guest) 16 April 2014, 21:29

FT and Roar: what has this man said that infuriates you? We have listened to your broken record every time Geagea speaks, do you have anything constructive to contribute or are you going continuer with your insults and hatred? Get over it, as for a strong president I believe that Carlos Eddie would make a fine president, refining his linguistic skills will also help.

Missing jeff070 16 April 2014, 21:37

FT an eye for an eye keeps the whole world blind.

Have a good evening.

Missing people-power 16 April 2014, 22:58

Hahahaha... these Iranian propagandists are so afraid of Geagea that they spend all day on Naharnet posting propaganda trying to discredit him.

Obviously Geagea scares the hell out of them.

Pathetic losers.

Can someone explain to me that out of 27 different screen names that post pro-Hezbollah comments here, but not one of them admits to being a Shia??? They are all either "atheist" or "Christian".

Seems weird huh?

Missing people-power 16 April 2014, 23:01

Soon one of these Taqiya spreaders will say they are against Geagea, but not pro-Hezbollah. Yeah, sure, sure, we believe you!

Just like the Taqiya-Thrower who always defends Assad, but then says he is not pro-Assad. (His pet excuse is to say that Assad is better than cannibal-takfiri-zionist, instead of admitting he is pro-butcher Assad)

Thumb falanges 17 April 2014, 02:24

he made good points like he is stating his program to the leb people, fake LF

Thumb falanges 17 April 2014, 02:26

and a terror organization

Thumb falanges 17 April 2014, 02:28

are you threatening his life -@wolf..?

Missing people-power 17 April 2014, 02:28

... and kidnapping

Default-user-icon houna (Guest) 17 April 2014, 04:34

to all the haters out there, you can spill your hatred as much as you want, that won't change a thing... the people who have brains and know what this man brings to the table won't be convinced by bunch of yahoos. Just for once, discuss the content, but alas, what to expect frum M8 idiots.

Thumb falanges 17 April 2014, 07:12

no freedom of speech on terror media al manar. this is what he wants for Lebanon, even though he lives in Australia and enjoys his western freedom

Missing cedars 17 April 2014, 14:14

The Syrians used every party and religion in Lebanon to divide and conquer them. When I say every I meant Shia, Druze, Christians and Sunni. When you see that fact thé hu will realize it was called Russian to Ukraine today or Syrian hegemony.