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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

The Libyan Attack Today

Glenn Greenwald is making sense.

Not sure if this was some weird psyop, but if nothing else, it points out the ludicrousness of Obama's role in taking out Ghadafi and putting Islamic fundamentalists sympathetic to al Qaeda in power.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Aleksei K. Pushkov, the head of Russia’s parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee, wrote via Twitter: “Under Qaddafi they didn’t kill diplomats. Obama and Clinton are in shock? What did they expect – ‘Democracy?’ Even bigger surprises await them in Syria.”

Yevgeny Y. Satanovsky, president of the Institute of the Middle East in Moscow, said American leaders should not expect “one word of sympathy” from their Russian counterparts.

“It is a tragedy to the family of the poor ambassador, but his blood is on the hands of Hillary Clinton personally and Barack Obama personally,” Mr. Satanovsky said.

11:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Agree with above comment. U.S. strategy in the M.E. is to divide and conquer.

The Ambassador was collateral damage.

6:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the west allows insults to islam while banning the questioning of the holocaust.

1:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think it is worth remembering that assassinations don't just happen; they are allowed to happen!

The questions to ask are: who allowed this one? - and why?

4:50 PM  

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