Always in Our Minds....

Saturday, March 10, 2007

Nasrallah's Speech, Trying To Look at The Positive Side



In his speech yesterday, Nasrallah didn't jump over the "usual" tone of his last speeches. But since we are in the atmosphere of trying to find a way out, it is always better to look at the positives than the negatives, and this is what I'm trying to do now.

One can't but to admit that both sides of the crisis have realized that escalation can lead no where but to a dead end. And so, it is better to sit and talk politics, than to march in streets and just shout endlessly. This is was clear in Nasrallah's speech, though he was insisting that the sit-in is effective and a must (well after all, you can't just come out and say our move wasn't effective).

I really hope that politicians start sitting and discussion the conflict over closed doors, and try to reach anything, and even if they didn't, but at least the tension will be taken away from the streets.

Once again, I won't focus on the negatives of Nasrallah's speech, for we have suffered enough, and the country does need a break.

Hopefully, we are going to reach something at the end of the tunnel, and I can see some rays of light at the end of the tunnel, though I really hope that we won;t settle for just a temporarily compromise, for we are about to reach yet another conflict (Presidential Elections).....

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

failasoof,
i always enjoy your posts. i have to say that although i think it is great to take the high road and look at the glass half full, i feel that the damage has already been done. im talking about the social (not economic) damage. first with the july war, and now with the sit in, i think nazirallah and his thugs did more to damage the fragile state than any outside influence (other than syria of course).
peace
buckeye

FaiLaSooF said...

buckeye,
thanks for the compliment, it's always a pleasure to know that I have faithful readers such as yourself :)

Yo can't be more right regarding the social damage, though I believe that all sides are to blame for this damage, with varying degrees of course.

But a nation which has survived 30 years of violence and suppression, in my opinion, can arise above such damages, once the situations are cleared, if they are ever to be cleared...

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FaiLaSooF said...

anonymous,
I don;t appreciate your rude attitude on my blog, and so I have deleted your last comment (if it can be considered as one in the first place)

Next time you feel like sharing your opinion on my blog, have some respect to others and try to prove a point, and mention ur name.