The “Heroes” of the Arab Spring®, the Al Qaeda/Muslim Brotherhood savages who were installed by Hillary Clinton, Barack Hussein O’Bama, John McCain et. al, have celebrated the anniversary of the 9-11 WTC attacks in typical, blood thirsty, Islamic fashion.
Ambassador Christopher Stevens was lynched and his body dragged through the streets of Benghazi by the barbarians who now control the Libyan government.
While the LameStreamMedia has worked overtime to toss the Administration a cover.. and Hillary Clinton made the outrageous claim: “This was an attack by a small and savage group, not the people or government of Libya.” (Small enough to subdue the US Marine Guards and Special Forces sent in to extract the Ambassador) , other, more honest commentators, had another story to tell.
It would not be fair to blame yesterday’s disasters in Egypt and Libya entirely on Barack Obama’s failed Middle East policies. The Muslim extremists who attacked our embassy and consulate are alone responsible for their actions; they are, as a former president memorably put it, evildoers. Nothing we say about American foreign policy excuses them to the slightest degree.
It is nevertheless true that what happened yesterday in Egypt and Libya is directly related to the perverse policies that the Obama administration has followed for the past four years. Obama’s policies in the region are inconsistent, and Obama himself has never tried to reconcile them. He insisted that Hosni Mubarak must go, even though Mubarak was America’s best friend among Arab leaders. Mubarak himself held Obama largely responsible for his downfall. If Mubarak were still in power, yesterday’s outrages in Cairo, which were led by al Qaeda members or sympathizers, would not have occurred.
Obama eagerly lent American military power to the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi in Libya. Unlike Mubarak, Gaddafi was no friend of the United States. But he had abandoned his support for terrorism and his quest for weapons of mass destruction. Still, he had to go; because of the humanitarian crisis, Obama told us. If Gaddafi were still in power, yesterday’s attack in Benghazi, which was also carried out by al Qaeda members or sympathizers celebrating the anniversary of September 11, would not have happened. READ THE REST AT POWERLINE
Attack on U.S. Consulate illustrates disastrous outcome of Obama’s “humanitarian” intervention in Libya
Paul Joseph Watson
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Despite initial reports suggesting he died in a rocket attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, photos appear to indicate that U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens was killed by a lynch mob, illustrating the disastrous consequences of the Obama administration’s military intervention in Libya – arming some of the very same men who carried out today’s attack.
“The US ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens, has been killed in a rocket attack in the eastern city of Benghazi along with three other embassy staff, the White House confirmed on Wednesday,” reports France 24.
However, images released in the hours after the attack show Stevens’ body being paraded around by a mob. The body appears to show signs of torture.
Subsequent reports speculated that Stevens’ car was attacked as he and the three other personnel attempted to escape from the Consulate. The other embassy staff were shot while Stevens’ died of “suffocation,” suggesting he was lynched and physically attacked by the mob.
The incident is being portrayed by the establishment media as a reaction to a film produced in the United States that purportedly ridicules Islam’s Prophet Mohammed.
However, the wider issue of how the 2011 bombardment of Libya paved the way for gangs of militant Islamic extremists, once backed by NATO powers with heavy weapons, to fill the power vacuum left by Colonel Gaddafi, has been largely ignored.
Indeed, it’s a horrific irony that Hillary Clinton’s infamous gloating about Gaddafi’s execution – “We came, we saw, he died” – has now come full circle, with Stevens paying for such despicable arrogance with his life. READ THE REST HERE
Anti-U.S. riots also flared in neighboring Egypt, and demonstrators protested Wednesday in Sudan, the Gaza Strip and Tunisia, where Reuters said police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to break up a gathering near the U.S. Embassy.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday condemned the “outrageous” attacks, and promised, “justice will be done” with the cooperation of the U.S. backed Al Qaeda-Muslim Brotherhood led Libyan government. He also said: “We reject all efforts to denigrate the religious beliefs of others.”
WASHINGTON – U.S. officials say some 50 Marines are being sent to Libya to reinforce security at U.S. diplomatic facilities in the aftermath of an attack in the eastern city of Benghazi that killed the U.S. ambassador and three American members of his staff.
The Marines are members of an elite group known as a Fleet Antiterrorism Security Team, whose role is to respond on short notice to terrorism threats and to reinforce security at U.S. embassies. They operate worldwide.
The officials who disclosed the plan to send the Marines spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly.