So the Special Tribunal for Lebanon is now a recipe for "fitna".
Five years after millions demanded justice, and after many lost their lives writing or speaking about it, Walid Jumblatt is now warning against "using the tribunal to take the country to fitna".
Jumblatt, who has just come back from a visit with Bashar, said that the investigators resorted to accusing Hizbullah after failing to come up with evidence against Syria in 2007. So the plot dates back to 2007, according to Jumblatt.
We know where Jumblatt stood in 2007. But what was Hizbullah doing? Was it hiding in caves, afraid of the sharp March 14 claws as they built their Israeli spy networks and killed their own people?
Hizbullah in 2007 was occupying downtown Beirut, preventing parliament from convening to discuss anything, including the tribunal. Jumblatt himself in 2007 warned that Hizbullah was planning a military coup of sorts, and an invasion of downtown Beirut if a March 14 president assumed power (and he was right).
In 2007, Hizbullah was arming pro-Syrian militias in Lebanon, to, you know, defend the country against fitna brought upon by courts of law.
In 2007, Nasrallah gave Lebanon a choice: go with Syria's choice for president, or let Hizbullah pick a president through direct elections.
In 2007, Nasrallah said the assassinations of Tueni, Ghanem and Gemayel, which took place before important UN meetings discussing the tribunal, were committed by Israel because the assassinations took place in "areas where Israeli networks have a distinguished security presence".
In 2007, as more March 14 leaders were getting killed, Assad flirted with Ehud Olmert.
In 2007, the Lebanese army battled Fateh al-Islam, and they were not exactly a product of Israel.
In 2007, Hassan Nssrallah, a year after bringing destruction to Lebanon, said this:
We are ready to become dismembered limbs to keep Iran strong and dignified, for we are strong if Iran is strong. I am but a small soldier for Imam Khamenei. In Maroun al-Ras, 40 members from the Hizbullah forces stood against a contingent from the Zionist entity, and only 13 of them were martyred. The youth of Hizbullah acted in the name of Imam Khomeini and invoked Imam Hussein, and saluted the Iranian people.
In 2007, reports emerged about Hizbullah's own private telecommunication network.
In 2007, March 14 leaders were AFRAID to be in Lebanon, while Iranian and Syrian agents roamed free.
And what did March 14 do that was so awful in 2007? They asked the United Nations for justice.
In 2007, the Special Tribunal for Lebanon was born, and immediately after its establishment, the Zionists did not raise a victory flag in downtown Beirut. More March 14 MPs were killed, and Hizbullah continued its occupation of the country. Bombs were planted all over, or at least in those parts identified by Nasrallah as hotbeds for Israeli networks.
What happened after 2007? In 2008, Wissam Eid, the ISF officer who we later learned was instrumental in the Hariri invstigation was assassinated.
Did the Zionists kill him?
Did the Zionists twist March 14's arms to elect Michel Suleiman as President?
No. March 14 compromised. And in May 2008, they saw Hizbullah's guns anyway.
And in 2010, the year after Jumblatt confessed his anti-Syrian sins, the "Israeli networks" turned out to be a property of Hizbullah's own allies, and spies were found roaming in their own backyard.
And Iran's spies, Syria's agents. Iran's proxy-army. They roam free. Those do not cause fitna, right Abu Taymour?