Commenting on the fuss created around the Security Council Resolution 425, the Guardians of the Cedars - National Lebanese Movement issued the following communiqué:
Ever since the early nineties, whenever the month of March approaches, the Lebanese brace themselves for a spell of nausea and disgust that inevitably follows the verbal diarrhea of the Taef gang brass hats relative to Resolution 425, which they accompany with the wearing of yellow ribbons in sign of their "concern". They also mobilize the media to charge Israel to be the sole responsible for the critical situation in the south and to broadcast their crocodile tears and wails... In the meantime, they are heedless of the Syrian military, political and demographic occupation which is so complete that they cannot reach a decision, however minor, without referring to their bosses in the Sublime Porte in Damascus.
In 1978, and again in 1982, Israel staged a major military operation inside Lebanon which had the following results:
No sooner had the Lebanese felt a period of
wary quietude, than the Taef gang reinstated the usurpers of their sovereignty, shattering
the hopes and dreams of the Lebanese... And to this day, there is an uproar only in
support for Resolution 425, and no mention whatever to Resolution 520 which is more
recent, more comprehensive and more effective!
And the semi-official and mediatic announcements that Israel launches from time to time of its readiness to implement Resolution 425, are met by evasiveness, confusion, and cowardliness by the Taef gang brass hats. We fear that their reaction which will not curb terrorist attacks on Israel, will end by forcing the latter to renounce definitely to Resolution 425 and resort to an operation which will break the deadlock one way or the other.
Consequently, and before the calamity befalls, the Party of the Guardians of the Cedars calls upon the Free World Nations, with the United States at their head, who have shown great concern for the "Human Rights" in the people in KOSOVO province, to show the same concern for the rights of the Lebanese people which are crushed these past twenty five years and restore to them a freedom which has become a mirage, a dream which has turned into a nightmare and an independence which has all but vanished.
At the service of Lebanon,