High on the heels of news of Hezb-0-Canton, Hezb-0-Roads, Hezb-0-Demands, the story sounds believable.
It is true that those who claim March 14th are spineless, with a proclivity to bend to blackmail, and snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. The government is similarly disposed, trying to please opponents at the detriment of their own supporters.
In this “cold civil war”, the current government does have support among most Lebanese, and can benefit form the growing antipathy to Hezb in addition to his own strong supporters. Even if there was a Hezb-OSS, it would have to contend with the fact that their “resistance” cells will also be faced with similar small units from the government’s “side”, dis-organized as they are.
True, the security forces are divided. But this would only mean that, depending on the regions, security forces loyal to a given “side” can count on the help of the locals "social clubs" affiliated to their side to watch the other side.
What a "khoriatiki"
It does sound like children bickering, but there is more to it.
On the heels of his street victory in Kesrouan in January, and his powerful electoral performance in the Metn, Geagea could simply be informing his Christian opponents and rivals that he is “watching them”.
And they know what befits those Geagea watches…