France reckons they will “stand” against instability in Lebanon. This is unlikely and if the Lebanese are smart they won’t rely of the word of the President of the Cheese Eating Surrender Monkeys, they tend to go backwards faster than an Argie Army.
France’s president pledged today that his country will stand against instability in Lebanon, two weeks after the assassination of a senior Lebanese intelligence official sparked clashes between pro- and anti-Syrian groups.
Later in Saudi Arabia, Francois Hollande held further talks on Syria with King Abdullah, whose country has been a leading supporter of the forces trying to overthrow Syria’s President Bashar Assad.
In Beirut, Hollande promised that Paris and the European Union will help Lebanon deal with an influx of more than 100,000 refugees who have fled the civil war in neighboring Syria.
“We are committed to give you guarantees regarding security, stability and unity of Lebanon,” Hollande told reporters after meeting President Michel Suleiman.