We wished that this government had shown more steel and
had overcome its hesitation with a
potion of courage and clarity earlier. Had it done so, it would have saved
our Lebanese tortured people lots of intimidation,
conning, and the Hezbollah “Godly” anger and noise, as well as
General Michel Aoun's lost and cheating general
Herculean postures which surpassed basic decency,
morality, and logic, even reached insolence and insult to the Lebanese
people intelligence and memory.
This clear boycott re-establishes the authority of the
Lebanese government and confirms that it is legitimate and
constitutional despite the screams and insults of Michel Aoun and the edicts
of Hezbollah’s rulers.
This boycott affirms a proper stand which
should have been the framework of the government since the resignation of
Hezbollah’s and Amal Movement's Shiite ministers
in accordance with Syria’s leaders
instructions in fear of the
Hariri international Tribunal. Our country,
Lebanon, would have been in much
better shape had the Saniora government shown
firmness earlier. We would have had a president by now, and the downtown
protest would have been over.
The thousand miles trip always starts with the first step. We hope that the
Saniora government, after all the disappointments it caused to itself and to
Lebanon, has decided to exit the bondage of hesitation to deal with the
Syrian-Iranian agents (Hezbollah, Amal Movement,
Fundamentalists and Syrian made Lebanese and Palestinian military armed
groups) as such, and not as resistance, otherwise we will remain in
the endless circle.
The government must begin immediately
to name political matters clearly and frankly, and abandon its calling of
Hezbollah as resistance, such falsification of history as the liberation of
the south, and that prior to the year 2000 it enjoyed the support of all the
Fundamentalist Persian Hezbollah is nothing but an Iranian army in Lebanon
according to all measures. Everyone knows it has only retarded the
liberation of the south for 14 years. It has never been a Lebanese option
never received unanimity in any fashion or shape.
During the despicable Syrian occupation, Hezbollah, the
Iranian armed militia in Lebanon, was imposed upon the
Lebanese, and specifically on the Shiite
community, with financing, organization, command,
decision making processes, and political will of the Iranian
revolutionary guard, as an instrument to export Khomeini's Iranian Islamic revolution.
Hezbollah was supposed to disarm like all
other Lebanese militias after the
in 1990, but the Syrian occupation hindered this
procedure and imposed it as a resistance armed
organization through force and terror and
not through consensus.
In summary, we wish to state that the Lebanese government has taken an
important step today on the road of national and independent governance. But
it will not be able to continue this trek unless it
maintains its honesty and
witness to the truth. This government must move with courage and chivalry from the reaction to the
action mode. Will it do so? We hope.