Shame, shame, shame.

To those coalition members who met in Montreal, and elsewhere, I tell you shame on you.

Shame on you, because you are not able to apply the democracy and Human rights we have learned in Canada, whereas you do not possess any tolerance and not able to accept each others.

Shame on you, because you don’t value our history, and did not learn from the trend of 30 years of others’ war on our land. You are unable to free yourself from the egotism and selfishness that you possess, that drive you to blindly to support the ones who are trying to destroy our beloved Lebanon.

Shame on you because you are unable to open your narrow minds to understand that the Canadian government and the rest of the free world are trying to free our Lebanon from the hands of the Syrian and Iranian regimes, terrorist organizations and the axis of evil.

You are talking about the orange revolution in Georgia; I remind you that the orange revolution was born to bring democracy to Georgia, as opposed to your coup like actions which are trying to kill what is left of democracy in Lebanon.

Some of you dare to talk about numbers in downtown Beirut, I agree with you that Hezbollah makes up only the third of the uprising, but I disagree with you that the CPL who makes up the mass number of these demonstrators. Instead, I want to tell you they are Syrian civilians, we saw their buses crossing the borders carrying thousands, not to mention the existing Syrian intelligence personnel who remain in large numbers in Lebanon. Those ones who really are protesting in central Beirut.

We take this occasion to thank our Canadian government in general, and Mr. Harper in particular for the role he has taken to defend democracy in Lebanon, and the fight against terrorism and oppression throughout the world. We note that we strongly believe that under Mr. Harper’s leadership we are no longer going to see the absentia or the silence of Canada against the abuse of Human rights, instead we encourage Canada to take on the broker role in the Middle East in general and in Lebanon in particular.

On behalf of the Lebanese Information Centre – Canada, we wish Mr. Harper, his government and our Canadian people a Merry Christmas and a Happy New year.

The Lebanese Information Center (LIC) is an independent, non-profit Research Institute committed to providing historical resources as well as updated and accurate information for individuals and institutions seeking to learn about Lebanon and its people.

[Edited by Simon – Typos, grammer, etc]

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