Lena Diab turns my stomach. Or should I say Lena Metlege Diab turns my stomach.
For those of you keeping score at home, Lena Metlege Diab is Lebanese Royalty. Yes, Virginia there is such a thing as Lebanese Royalty. I guess.
She’s part of that Halifax Metlege landlording thingy which has been going on in metro Halifax for far too many years.
So, a guy drags himself up from moderate wealth to mega wealth, strikes out on his own, tries to get out of the shadow of the old man, bags a few blondes along the way, then decides he wants to run for public office — and all the mainstream media can do is try to bury the guy.
The “Attack of the Ottawa Nobodies” officially opened in Nova Scotia with control freak Stephen Harper and celebrated fag hag wife Laureen crawling out of Harper’s excessive armoured limo and, like two happy marionettes on a string, prancing lovey-dovey into Rideau Hall.
Both men were powerful, popular, of some appeal. Not so much a product of the Swinging Sixties, as fascinated by the decade of free love, or whatever you may choose to call it.
They were, in their heyday, a pair of youthful, cigar-chomping men surrounded by youthful cigar-chomping lieutenants. And the ever-present dutiful wife.
Mrs. Cornwallis has been at me once more. She wants a “signature” vacation on Cape Breton Island. We shall see.
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