Two days after a protest that would have brought down the most formidable government, there are still no positive developments worth mentioning! Why? A tactic I call: "stall & divide".
Today, the head of one Lebanese inteligence service said: "I have sued myself for negligence and will abide by the ruling of the courts!" Okay... has anyone heard of such a thing? "I have sued myself..." To add insult to injury, the SoB didn't even bother to step down! So my question is: how is the court supposed to arrive at a fair ruling if the suspect is still the most dangerous man in the country? Maybe someone can enlighten me on that one!
Yesterday, we also got Nasrallah on Television. The hopefull among us probably expected some kind of concession... some kind of nod to the massive turn out on Monday. But Nooo!!!! Mr. Nasrallah said, in very eloquent terms, pretty much what he's been saying all along.
Why? Why the obstinance? Why the stubborness? All they do is stall, and try to divide the opposition. They keep on repeating the same thing: We have to defend ourselves from Zionists; and "some" members of the opposition are traitors because of what they did during the civil war.
Sor far they're failing. But for how long are they going to try? A few days; weeks; months?!?! When are they going to concede that they've been defeated?