GWB wrote:program looks good on papper, how will you implement it? what has the feedback being like from the AJCC as well people?
jieh2008 wrote:Abou Jamra said: “I am all for supporting one candidate over another, regardless of who it is.” and he wants AJCC to do it.
I don’t know the legal ramification if the AJCC can adopt a statement like that, and endorse a candidate. In another word since it is a social organization, can it be involved in politic?
Abou Jamra the platform looks good to me, please don’t get discouraged, and go for it.
Tanious Chahine wrote:Georges Nader Azzi should be replaced , I may agree on that if we're to talk in absolute.
However, who do you consider able to lead the Council ? You ? LOL !
You my friend are a wusooli, trying to present yourself an an alternative while everyone knows you do nothing but theories. However, all "political" (in the narrow sense) things aside, I firmly believe that Georges nader is a good for nothing.
CHANGE !!!!! good luck
Prince Cadmus II wrote:All this talk about change and change and replacing people and new vision and all this nonsense makes no difference. If there are problems with something, then those problems must be addressed. You can't address them, as AJ puts out, by starting afresh, opening a new page. It is like pulling the grass out, without treating the weed problem. It never solves the problem because the problem always comes back.
Changing people gives a false illusion of hope and delays the improvement process by making everybody start all over again.
It would be better to work with what is already present and understand the fact that not everything you wished for is going to be implemented.
jieh2008 wrote: Jieh’s refugees can no longer be seen as target groups rather; they are strategic partners.
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