Geagea: The fall of the syrian regime is inevitable

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Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea said in an interview with Al-Jumhuriya newspaper published on Thursday that the Syrian uprising against President Bashar al-Assad’s regime “will not end ” and the fall of the regime is inevitable.

Geagea rejected the pro-Assad statements that the crisis in Syria is a “conspiracy” operated by Western powers.

“There are no devils or angels planning to divide the Middle East ,” he said, adding that “no one can control the people when it come down to freedom and democracy.”

commenting on the Lebanese cabinet headed by Prime Minister Najib Mikati, Geagea said that the government should resign because if it does not, its end will be disastrous for Lebanon.

“The government is better off resigning because it will result in a catastrophe in Lebanon and it won’t achieve anything for the country,” Geagea said.

“Mikati should step down… because the cabinet will not achieve anything.” He added

Geagea accused Hezbollah which currently dominates the government of having an agenda which does not serve Lebanon’s interests

“Hezbollah’s security and military connections with regional powers will incur consequences on Lebanon if it launched a confrontation with the West and Arab world.” A possible reference to Hezbollah’s alliance with Iran and Syria and its support for the Shiites in their uprising in Bahrain.

Asked of possible repercussions the developments in Syria may have on Lebanon, he replied: “Given the current government, anything is possible.”

Commenting on the Syrian incursions into Lebanese territory he said:

“This government does not even recognize itself because it does not exist.”

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8 responses to “Geagea: The fall of the syrian regime is inevitable”

  1. Yalla!!! The sooner, the better…ibn’il kal’ab….Syria will be free and so will Lebanon, finally, and that idiot will have to come out of his underground bunker to face the crowd, sooner or later….right Nasrallah?….Can’t live like a rat forever, right? Even Saddam had to crawl out of his hole…:)

    1. antar2011 Avatar

      i wish it was so….that when Assad goes down, all our problems in lebanon will be eliminated…but that’s just not totaly true. we need the other tyrant in Tahran to go down too…inshaAllah after Syria, Tahran is next.

      1. 5thDrawer Avatar

        It’ll take 100 years to untwist their versions of the ‘Good Books’.

      2. Tehran is next, for sure, and so is that clown hiding underground….The US, the UN, and the rest of the free world, now understands this has gone on way too long, and we are not going to live like this forever, as these idiots cause 99% of the problems in the world. Think about it. What area of the world is so volatile, as the Middle East? None. And why? Because of Iran, Hizb’IREE, and Bath Assad….eliminate all three and you will finally, finally see peace in the Middle East. When it happens, the free world is going to kick itself in the face, as they will realize they should have stepped on these dogs, years ago…

  2. Yalla!!! The sooner, the better…ibn’il kal’ab….Syria will be free and so will Lebanon, finally, and that idiot will have to come out of his underground bunker to face the crowd, sooner or later….right Nasrallah?….Can’t live like a rat forever, right? Even Saddam had to crawl out of his hole…:)

    1.  Avatar

      i wish it was so….that when Assad goes down, all our problems in lebanon will be eliminated…but that’s just not totaly true. we need the other tyrant in Tahran to go down too…inshaAllah after Syria, Tahran is next.

      1.  Avatar

        It’ll take 100 years to untwist their versions of the ‘Good Books’.

      2. Tehran is next, for sure, and so is that clown hiding underground….The US, the UN, and the rest of the free world, now understands this has gone on way too long, and we are not going to live like this forever, as these idiots cause 99% of the problems in the world. Think about it. What area of the world is so volatile, as the Middle East? None. And why? Because of Iran, Hizb’IREE, and Bath Assad….eliminate all three and you will finally, finally see peace in the Middle East. When it happens, the free world is going to kick itself in the face, as they will realize they should have stepped on these dogs, years ago…

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