This just received - From the only decent statesman Lebanon still has. Unfortunately, the criminal idiots who run the country today have an arrest warrant against him. What else would you expect?
They had an arrest warrant against Michel Aoun back when he was in exile. When he returned and became one of them - corrupt, political family farm owner, a lackey to Syria and Hezbollah, etc... - he is today hailed as a senior member of the political establishment in Lebanon. Lest we forget, Michel Aoun, Amine Gemayel, Samir Geagea, Walid Jumblatt, Nabih Berri...etc. - i.e. the gods of the Lebanese political pantheon - are responsible for the hundreds of thousands that were killed in Lebanon since 1975, not to mention the maimed, the injured, the disappeared, the missing, and the destruction of the country.
While Abu Arz - Etienne Sacre - and his Guardians of the Cedars fought in the Lebanese War, they were the most principled, the least sectarian, the most decent fighters. They never robbed anyone, they never terrorized anyone except their enemies (Palestinians, Syrians, etc), and they did their duty without asking anything in return. Today, the Guardians of the Cedars are in exile - physical exile and moral exile - because the Lebanon they fought and died for is held by criminals, thugs, religious fanatics, and mercenaries whoring themselves on behalf of Syria, Iran, Saudi Arabia, the United States, and any other foreign pimp willing to pay!
Lebanon should be terminated as we know it. It is a dysfunctional country that does not deserve to be a country. Lebanon should be partitioned into small cantons, each beholden to a foreign power. Yugoslavia was broken apart, and then its parts were further broken down - just look at the comical new "country" of Kosovo - an Islamic one to boot - created artificially by the West to continue its appeasement of radical Islamo-Fascism.
Lebanon deserves no less. Break it apart, sell it to the highest bidder, declare it bankrupt.... This whole "country as a mission" (الوطن الرسالة) and Islamo-Christian coexistence is one big lie. It never worked, and it will never work. The politicians of the 1970s massacred their own people in Lebanon. Today, they are transmitting political power to their sons and daughters like pharaohs, while the stupid Lebanese worship their bosses, those same criminals who massacred them and uprooted them. The ground is ready for another war, for another war of religious massacres and pogroms....
I blame the Lebanese people. But Abu Arz is more decent than me. He just blames the Lebanese politicians.
The Guardians of the Cedars Party - The Movement for Lebanese Nationalism issued the following communiqué:
The invasion of Beirut airport by members of a political party was no surprise, except perhaps to the shortsighted or those who, like an ostrich, bury their heads in the sand. Any last observer of the Lebanese situation knows by now that the State is non-existent for all practical purposes, with maybe a formal presence in limited areas, the country is a free for all wasteland, and the Lebanese people live in a failed republic and under a system long known as the law of the jungle.
This observer also knows that the legal authority is present in the Serail, while the effective authority is in the southern suburb of Beirut, the former inept and incompetent, and the latter wielding opinion and decision-making. The violation of the airport campus in the manner it occurred last Sunday is a natural outcome of the growing influence of Hezbollah's Mini-State of the Southern Suburb at the expense of the official State, and the inevitable result of a policy of stupidity, cowardice and shortsightedness that successive Lebanese governments have implemented vis-à-vis this Mini-State over the past three decades.
Moreover, the statement by the Council of Ministers calling for, "...pacification and preservation of institutions, and the rule of law... and resorting to dialogue instead of disputes..." is mere pontificating sermonizing that deters no one, a specious narrative that treads water in the path of a mounting conflict between the parties, and a dose of temporary sedative whose effect will soon dissipate leaving the bickering to return to its status quo ante.
What an observer finds strange is not as much the invasion and violation of the airport, as the abject lack of responsibility by the ruling elite. In the face of this political decay, the moral corruption, and the flagrant failure of the government, no one resigns his post, no one dismisses anyone, and everyone is steadfast in their seats, conceding nothing and doing nothing, as if we are living in the jungle and not in a democratic state that holds the losers accountable and rewards the successful as is the case in the civilized world.
This pitiful republic is Lebanon only in name and has nothing to do with the deep-rootedness, the heritage and the history of the country, let alone its people. It is tantamount to a failed non-viable project which leaves but one option only, namely to rebuild this country anew – we do not say "restore", we emphasize "rebuild" – from scratch on correct rational foundations, and at the hands of great statesmen like the ones the country knew in generations past but to which, unfortunately, the current corrupt political class has no resemblance whatsoever.
Lebanon, at your service
September 24, 2010