Congratulations Lebanon. The Whole Country Won’t Have Electricity Tonight!

EDL held a meeting this afternoon – exceptionally – to bestow upon us the good news. (Source).

You don’t get electricity. I don’t get electricity. We ALL don’t get electricity.

What’s electricity useful for again?

Why do they want to bring the whole country into blackout? Because EDL HQ have apparently been occupied by workers who don’t really work and who are displeased by the decision to let them off.

Therefore, somehow, making the whole country suffer is the way those whose jobs are safe at EDL decide to retaliate .

I guess those 2 or 3 hours were also considered as too much for people like us.

I never thought I’d say this but I actually want Gebran Bassil to come out winning of this. Enough with the pandering of nonexistent resources. Enough with useless workers breaking the back of whatever we have left in our coffers. Enough with politicians getting their people a job they will never attend to just because they need their votes every few years.

To all you couples out there, candlelight dinners are especially romantic. Perhaps the state of hopelessness will get you to seek a higher degree of comfort… if you know what I mean.

2 thoughts on “Congratulations Lebanon. The Whole Country Won’t Have Electricity Tonight!

  1. Retaliate is exactly the mood I’ve reached,against those thugs who are keeping us hostages in their showdown against EDL, which doesn’t care less.
    In a Rule of Law,a State is supposed to defend the basic rights of its citizens.
    For crying out loud, Mr the Governers don’t you have any sense of decency left?What about dignity?…No, you must have left it at the door of your ministers a long time ago!
    Gentlemen,may I remind you a word called HONOR!If you cannot SERVE your people RESIGN!



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