How politically bankrupt can someone get? Michel Aoun is the definition of that. If you open a thesaurus and search under political bankruptcy, his name would be the first result.
Let’s call this the lies of Michel Aoun – a man so in despair that he did the only thing he saw fit when the going got tough: he literally fake assassinated himself. And then shamed everyone into believing him. Click here for all the details of this man’s twisted and disgusting and demented fabrications.
I gave him the courtesy that he and his followers did not give Samir Geagea when the latter was subject to a true assassination attempt. I decided to give a man I did not remotely trust the benefit of a doubt – something that he refuses to give to anyone. I decided that I, despite being, sadly, irrelevant compared to him – wanted to be the better man. I didn’t want to be a hypocrite. But the ship has sailed.
The time of trying to mend bridges and try to reason across party lines is long gone by now. All bets are off.
No one tried to kill Michel Aoun in Saida. The Future movement didn’t shoot at his car. Those big bad Sunnis were not a threat to his life, despite his entourage milking that scenario like the breast of a post-partum woman.
The lies he threw at the crowd that ate them up at a dinner in Batroun an hour after his “assassination” attempt were blank shots. His existential rambling about “who’d want to kill me” is now beyond non-sensical. It’s comical.
And he has the guts to come up and say he never – ever – said there was an assassination attempt against him. Someone with his mental status would believe that. I guess he never thought he’d get caught.
Many people said that it was out of his nature to go to the Batroun dinner that day. A person like him (expect an October 13th post), so skilled at hiding and running away, couldn’t have dared to show up at a dinner in case an assassination attempt had truly happened. But I figured why not?
I was wrong. Those people were right. Michel Aoun should never be believed. He is a man that you should always doubt. Never – ever – try to give him the benefit of a doubt. It is simply above him.
Michel Aoun was so proud that the Elige incident would help him electorally. He was also hell-bent on using this “assassination” electorally. Anything to win in 2013. He thought wrong.
Let’s start it here and now: Vote against blatant liars in 2013. Vote against dementia in 2013. Vote against Michel Aoun.
I wonder what the FPMers think about this. Oh forget it, St. Aoun is always correct. St. Aoun never lies. This is part of a calculated plan to target the head of the classy Christians – you know, not the ze3ran and the kharrijin 7bouse – Bless his soul.