More gems from Fadi Youssef: “What we need is a will for change, not a dependency on a change maker.”
Given that, as I stated earlier and as has been discussed by numerous others in detail, the domestic and particularly the economic agenda between 14-march and 8-march is not significantly different; given that both coalitions are sectarian, though 14-march is distinctly more sectarian and more deliberately divisive in their sectarian propaganda;
the question becomes: how can this loss be used to create, revitalize, spur (use whichever verb you want depending on your reading of history) an economically-just, secular, shared-narrative, ground-breaking movement?
how can we build a shared vision for this country — a vision built on a national identity and not a sectarian identity, a vision built on economic welfare and not economic greed?
how can we work towards something – and not simply against something?
I mean that question literally: we. not them. but we.