Saturday, March 05, 2011

Lebanese Terminology

Delusional متوهم de•lu•sion [dih-loo-zhuh n]
a fixed false belief that is resistant to reason or confrontation with actual fact: a paranoid delusion.
Example: Michel Aoun. Thinks all Christians are with him and more than half the Lebanese. Moammar Qaddafi anyone?

Hypocrite منافق hyp•o•crite [hip-uh-krit]a person who feigns some desirable or publicly approved attitude, especially one whose private life, opinions, or statements contradict his or her public statements.
Example: Nabih Berri. He disapproves of Moammar Qaddafi and calls for the transfer of power, yet has been Head of Amal party for 32 consecutive years and Speaker of the Parliament for 20 consecutive years and more to come.

Enemy عدو en•e•my [en-uh-mee]enemies, persons, nations, etc., that are hostile to one another: Let's make up and stop being enemies.
Example: Israel confiscated 25% of Lebanon for 22 years, stole Lebanon’s water, killed Lebanese citizens, kidnapped Lebanese citizens but released all now.

Friend صديق fr•ie•nd [frend]a person who is on good terms with another; a person who is not hostile: Who goes there? Friend or foe?
Example: Syria, confiscated 50% of Lebanon for 30 years, killed Lebanese citizens, stole from Lebanon billions of USD, kidnapped Lebanese most of whom are still in Syrian jails.

Double standards معايير مزدوجة –nounany code or set of principles containing different provisions for one group of people than for another, especially an unwritten code of sexual behavior permitting men more freedom than women. Compare single standard
Example: Israel’s the enemy and you’re a traitor if you say the opposite which makes sense, while Syria is our ally and you can’t say the opposite otherwise you are a traitor.

Patriot وطني pa•tri•ot [pey-tree-uh t, -ot or, especially Brit., pa-tree-uh t] –nouna person who loves, supports, and defends his or her country and its interests with devotion.
Example: No Body

Principle مبدأ [prin-suh-puh l]guiding sense of the requirements and obligations of right conduct: a person of principle.
Example: Samir Geagea was against Syrians and had to go to jail because of his principles. He came out and still is against Syrians. Whereas Walid Jumblat’s principles resemble a Ferris Wheel & Michel Aoun’s depend on who could make him president.

Liar كاذب li•ar [lahy-er]a person who tells lies.
Example: Walid Jumblat

Kharouf خروف kha•rou•f [ka-r-uf]a meek, unimaginative, or easily led person.
Example: Lebanese people

Resistance مقاومة re•sist•ance [ri-zis-tuh ns]an underground organization composed of groups of private individuals from the same nationality with different religions working as an opposition force in a conquered country to overthrow the occupying power, usually by acts of sabotage, guerrilla warfare, etc.
The resistance shall not stop its exercise until all the territories are free, at that exact moment it stops to exist otherwise it becomes against order militia (Traitors). At any given time the resistance stops action it is considered dead, or an ally to the conqueror.
Example: Hizbullah, (Al-Mukawama Al-Islamiah Al-tabi3a li Iran) four years no action and Lebanon is still under occupation (Mazeri3 Shib3a). NO COMMENT!!

Traitorخائن trai•tor [trey-ter]a person who betrays another, a cause, or any trust.
Example: Hassan Nasrallah is capable of reaching Al-Jalil and kick Israel’s ass, Ahmadi Nejad can make Israel disappear, but both don’t have the time! They have something more important, maybe later!!

Asshole بخش الطيز ass•hole [as-hohl]a stupid, mean, or contemptible person.
Example: Me, knowing all that, and I still have hope to find someone wise enough to tell his leader to fuck off!!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Do you ever see all the crappy stuff Samir jeajea does/did? or is everyone *else* bad and their followers sheep?