vendredi, février 17, 2006

Evil look photo

7 commentaires:

gabrielf a dit…

you seem pretty pissed!!!

nobilis tobilis a dit…

yeah, I know. I'm beginning to ask myself questions abt all these demonstrations and abt the choices and the practices that the march 14th coaltion are taking. Maybe because of that.

Conckreet a dit…

Lots of pictures being taken huh? there's another guy behind you. 2 cams in a 2 m2 spot. I wonder how many other people were taking pictures that day. Isn't it wierd how people seem to be in those demonstrations holding the lebanese flag for a cause, while actually most of them are there with a group of friends, or trying to make new friends, or taking pictures of themselves having fun. Do you really think all those people are there to support their own wishes, or own expectations? you guys are there before knowing what the purpose of this demonstration is. you are there to support sepaches that still have not been said, and decisions that still have not been declared. I would've prefered to see a picture of you, with the same look on your face, but away from that partying crowd. These demonstrations are more like publicity and commercial campaigns to a certain group of people(politicians, manipulators). Do you think anyone cared about Hariri that day? Why get united on only specific occasions? why not always? do you need the 14th of February or the 14th of march to raise the Lebanese flag? twice specific days a year? and taking pictures that only few friends will see. I saw this picture,now how can I help you? do your enemies see this crowd and that look on your face?? no. They just see the croud. Zooming in, to see your "Evil look" won't scare them away because you are part of the crowd, it will force them to take a deffensive attitude, thinking that you are unpleased with them. well now that you have written your own thought in this blog, that "evil look" made sense, you were wondering about the demonstration and not trying to scare your enemies away. this sentence you wrote can turn your enemies into your friends, that sentence you wrote reflects your own opinion, and you don't seem to be attaking anyone, you are wondering and asking questions, and this is what solves problems, asking your own questions and looking for the answers you want, not for answers that politicians are making you believe or support unconciously. Dear Nobilis, I share that look with you. I also am wondering about all this. is it for Lebanon's good? or is it for certain political interests? what are the alternatives offered? why should we trust what is being done? why don't we decide on something to be done, and make the politicians impliment our decisions, isn't that their initial role? aren't they representatives of the people? well it seems to be the other way around, they make decisions, and we obey without knowing where this is taking us. They know where this is taking them, but not us. I'll see you around, we can talk more about this if you want. C U

karos beirut a dit…

this is one of the pictures that makes me homesick: you, katja, hassan and andre in a moment that i would have loved to join!

Hassan a dit…

Scary! You are actually much more peaceful, and less pissed :), in person, or at least that was my impression.

nobilis tobilis a dit…

karo, u still can come to Lebanon. It's only 4000km far from Germany

Farah a dit…

Quite photogenic if I may say so :p