Some Lebanese Reactions to the Samir Geagea Assassination Attempt

Some people appall me.

I never for a moment thought people could make fun of a person narrowly escaping death. That is until Samir Geagea escaped an assassination attempt.

You’d think people would be more considerate. After all, I’m pretty sure if any one of those ridiculing the whole thing were in Geagea’s shoes, they probably wouldn’t have died because of the shots they would have dodged, they would have died because of the panic they’d be going through afterwards.

Instead, they’re busy manufacturing their own version of the story to conform with their sick, twisted, demented, useless, silly fantasy.

For some, Samir and Sethrida Geagea are just bored people in their fortress who decided to come up with a scenario to keep themselves entertained. Yes because entertainment can only come in 10 inch bullets and advanced sniper riffles.

For others, Samir Geagea is the new Neo from The Matrix, working his way around bullets as if they were nothing. They even created a meme for it. Some people just have way too much free time. And way too little courtesy.

Simply disrespectful and not even funny

For others, Geagea came up with his own assassination attempt because he’s politically bankrupt, whose followers are “idiots” (I’m quoting) without high-school diplomas. Yes because the argument is so flawless that I can’t fathom addressing the impeccable structure of it, you BS-holder you!

Others are seeing this as a pattern of Geagea’s lies, which started in 1990, wishing the bullet had hit its target. They would know about lies, I’m sure.

I’d like to see what those same people would have done if their leader was subject to Geagea’s assassination attempt. Odds are they wouldn’t be this humorous. But no, their leader would never be subject to an assassination attempt because he knows with whom to strike “protective” alliances.

So seriously, spare us your useless humor, your ridiculous attitude and your flawless logic. At the end of the day, what can you expect from people whose political reference is the Socrates of modern day logic?

And in case they still think it was a play, perhaps their very own minister Marwan Charbel describing the whole thing as a serious affair would be enough. Who am I kidding? It will never be enough.

Ridiculous people will forever be ridiculous. Glad to know the only way an assassination attempt could be considered as such by some people is for an explosion to happen and for the victim to lose a few limbs. But hold on, their leader doesn’t even consider those who went through such an ordeal as worthy of any recognition. And some of them were relieved Geagea hadn’t went down that road – not for humanitarian purposes, but because it would be a nuisance to have to deal with.

There’s a line between being critical and being downright retarded. You are strutting the retarded side magnificently… and to conclude it Lebanese-ly: TFEH!

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19 thoughts on “Some Lebanese Reactions to the Samir Geagea Assassination Attempt

  1. Dear “A Separate State of Mind,”

    Are you the last person still using the word “retarded” in a derogatory way? I find it offensive and unnecessary. Please, be a leader to your readers and stop using the word.

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  2. “You’d think people would be more considerate. After all, I’m pretty sure if any one of those ridiculing the whole thing were subject to an assassination attempt, it was probably Geagea that gave the order”

    FTFY

    Learn your history.

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      • To a lot of Lebanese, he’s still a mass murderer who deserves nothing less than to spend the remainder of his disgusting life in the cold corner of a prison cellar. I guess you attitude is what defines us as Lebanese; sheep.

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        • And to a lot of Lebanese, Geagea is not the only person who contributed to the Lebanese Civil War but he is the only person who actually went to jail for it. I guess your attitude is what defines some Lebanese: blinded.

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  3. Dude, Geagea didn’t go to jail for his civil war murders, if he did, he would have rotten there.

    And yes Geagea with his fairy tail story have made of himself a laughing stock.

    If you know the history of this person, you would understand why people are making fun of him,

    This person ( not sure if we should still refer to him as human being ) is the mastermind of propagandas, mass murders, bombing, assassinations etc…. and a little fabricated action story will only in his mind and the minds of his puppets will make sense.

    Days before his amusing story, he was accusing the Syrian Regime in staging the car Bombings in Damascus and the killing of its own soldiers to accuse the opposition in doing it…. so why do you want us to believe his stories and accusation, and you criticise people who are just doing what he is doing…. ?

    Ummmm…

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    • None of the other politicians (including Aoun, Jumblat, etc…) faced any retribution for their war crimes. So yeah, spare me your hate, your one-sided perspective and your love for conspiracy theories.

      As for the rest of your comment, just LOL 😛

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  4. how insignificant!!!!!! doesn’t the bullet hit the target and then you hear the freaking sound ,or is the low of physics changed in LEBANON TOO…stupid people

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  7. Dr. Samir Farid GeaGea:
    – Mauvaise nouvelle: On ne peut pas forcer les gens à nous aimer et à nous accepter.
    – Bonne nouvelle: On n’en a rien à foutre.

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