US Ambassador Killed in ‘Coordinated Al Qaeda Revenge Attack by Terrorists Who Used Libyan Mohammed Movie Protest as Cover’

Jill Reilly and Lydia Warren, Daily Mail (London), September 12, 2012

A bloody attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya that left American ambassador Christopher Stevens, two marines and a communications officer dead was a planned ambush by terrorists using a pro-Islam protest as cover, it has been claimed.

The victims died during a rocket attack when an armed mob set fire to the consulate in Benghazi after joining a protest over a ‘blasphemous’ film about the Prophet Mohammed.

It is believed a ‘small, vicious group’ of attackers used the protest as a diversion, although questions remain over whether the killers drummed up support for the march or simply took advantage of it, an official told CNN.

While it is not known exactly who was responsible for the rampage, a London think tank with strong ties to Libya said Stevens, who is not believed to have been targeted, could have been the victim of a revenge attack by al Qaeda.

The assault ‘came to avenge the death of Abu Yaya al-Libi, al Qaeda’s second in command killed a few months ago’ in Pakistan, think tank Quilliam told CNN, noting the rocket-propelled grenade launchers used in the attack do not normally appear at peaceful protests.

‘The military assault against the US Consulate in Benghazi should not be seen as part of a protest against a low budget film which was insulting Islam – there were just a few peaceful protesters present at the event,’ Quilliam said in a statement.

‘Indeed, there have been no other demonstrations regarding this film in Libya. We at Quilliam believe the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi was a well-planned terrorist attack that would have occurred regardless of the demonstration, to serve another purpose.’

Officials also reportedly voiced their concern that the attack was timed for the 11th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, which were commemorated across the U.S. on Tuesday.

‘We’ve been talking for years about the desire of Al Qaeda, radical jihadists to celebrate the anniversary of 9/11,’ Pete Hoekstra, former chairman of the House intelligence committee, told ‘All my background, all of the conversations that I’ve had over the last 18 hours lead many people to believe that this was just more than a mere coincidence.’

He added that Al Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahri recently released a video calling on militants to attacks Americans for revenge for the death in Pakistan – and that the anti-Mohammed film could have been a cover.

As speculations over what led to the attack intensify, President Barack Obama has deployed a team of 50 marines to the compound in Benghazi which was left ravaged by firebombs during the attack.

He could also command unmanned surveillance drones to fly over Benghazi in search of jihadi encampments possibly tied to the deadly attack, a U.S. official said. The drones, which would pass gathered information to Libyans, are expected to be approved by the Pentagon and White House shortly.

Christopher Stevens, 52, was at the compound evacuating staff when the building was stormed by 20 heavily-armed militants.

During a 20 minute fire fight, Libyan guards positioned inside the consulate managed to hold the attackers off as they sprayed the building with bullets before hurling a bomb inside. In the carnage, Sean Smith, a foreign service information management officer was shot dead.

Ambassador Stevens and his team made a desperate bid to flee by car to safety. But the vehicle came under heavy arms fire and was hit by a rocket, leaving it disabled and at the mercy of the mob.

Two marines attempted to aid Ambassador Stevens but were also shot dead, according to CBS.

Graphic images taken at the scene show civilians making desperate attempts to pull the diplomat to safety. But their efforts were futile.

Arab television station Al Jazeera today reported that Ambassador Stevens died of smoke inhalation, while the doctor who treated him said he died of severe asphyxiation, which caused stomach bleeding. He said Stevens had no other injuries.

The doctor, Ziad Abu Zeid, said Stevens was brought to the Benghazi Medical Center by Libyans on Tuesday night with no other Americans and that initially no one realized he was the ambassador. He tried for 90 minutes to revive him.

Stevens was a career diplomat who spoke Arabic and French and had already served two tours in Libya, including running the office in Benghazi during the revolt against Gaddafi. Five other US ambassadors have been killed in the line of duty, the last being Adolph Dubs in Afghanistan in 1979.

President Barack Obama today condemned the attack and paid tribute to the late Ambassador Stevens as he ordered increased security at diplomatic posts around the world.

‘It’s especially tragic that Chris Stevens died in Benghazi as it’s a city that he helped to save,’ Obama said outside the White House.

With ‘characteristic skill, courage and resolve, he built partnerships with Libyans… and he worked tirelessly to support this young democracy.

‘He was a role model to those who worked with him and to the young diplomats who strive to follow in his footsteps.

These four Americans stood up for freedom and human dignity. We grieve with their families but let us carry on their memory… I have no doubt that their legacy will live on.’

He added: ‘The United States condemns in the strongest possible terms this outrageous and shocking attack. There is no justification to this type of senseless violence. None.’

In a statement, Hillary Clinton added : ‘I had the privilege of swearing in Chris for his post in Libya only a few months ago. He risked his own life to lend the Libyan people a helping hand to build the foundation for a new, free nation.’

She said they were still trying to contact the next of kin for the other two men.

The deaths will put huge pressure on the Libyan administration which took over after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi. Despite the West taking a key role in his overthrow, the country remains unstable and Islamic militants have moved into the power vacuum.

There are also huge questions about the security surrounding both Ambassador Stevens, who was believed to be in Benghazi for the opening of an American building, and the US diplomatic buildings in such a volatile country.

The attack came amid violence in Libya and Cairo, which had been sparked by a 14-minute trailer for a film called The Innocence of Muslims posted on YouTube.

In an original English version and another dubbed into Egyptian Arabic, Mohammed is depicted as a fraud, a womaniser and a madman, showing him having sex and calling for massacres.

It was made by Sam Bacile, a 56-year-old California real estate developer who identifies himself as an Israeli Jew – but who has reportedly been using a pseudonym. ‘Bacile’ said he had produced, directed and written the two-hour film which had only been shown once to a mostly empty theater in Hollywood earlier this year.

‘Islam is a cancer, period,’ he said in an interview yesterday, speaking after the State Department confirmed the death of an American in Benghazi.

He was apologetic about the killing but blamed lax embassy security and the perpetrators of the violence. ‘I feel the security system (at the embassies) is no good,’ said Bacile. ‘America should do something to change it.’

Lebanon’s Shi’ite militant group Hezbollah claimed the film was an attack on religious belief, reflecting Western policy and branded it an ‘immoral act which represents the highest degree of aggression against the highest human right … for respect of beliefs and sanctities.’

In Afghanistan, President Hamid Karzai slammed the film and, fearing another anti-US backlash, ordered the YouTube site to be shut until the video is taken down and the US Embassy in the capital Kabul appealed for help in ‘maintaining calm.’YouTube pulled the film on Wednesday.

The movie featured on Egyptian media reports for several days with ultraconservative clerics going on air to denounce it and also to attack Sadek, who they blamed for the film.

Matters came to a head yesterday when hundreds of mainly ultraconservative Islamist protesters in Egypt marched to the US Embassy in downtown Cairo, gathering outside its walls and chanting against the movie and the US.

Most of the embassy staff had left the compound earlier because of warnings of the upcoming demonstration.

The crowd chanted, ‘Islamic, Islamic. The right of our prophet will not die.’ Some shouted, ‘We are all Osama,’ referring to al-Qaida leader bin Laden.

Young men, some in masks, sprayed graffiti on the walls. Some grumbled that Islamist President Mohammed Morsi had not spoken out about the movie.

A group of women in black veils and robes that left only their eyes exposed chanted, ‘Worshippers of the Cross, leave the Prophet Mohammed alone.’

Dozens of protesters then scaled the embassy walls, and several went into the courtyard and took down the American flag from a pole. They brought it back to the crowd outside, which tried to burn it, but failing that tore it apart.

The protesters on the wall then raised on the flagpole a black flag with a Muslim declaration of faith, ‘There is no god but God and Mohammed is his prophet.’  The flag is commonly used by ultraconservatives around the region.

The Cairo embassy is in a diplomatic area in Garden City, where the British and Italian embassies are located, only a few blocks away from Tahrir Square, the center of last year’s uprising that led to the ouster of Mubarak.

The U.S. Embassy is built like a fortress, with a wall several metres high. But security has been scaled back in recent months, with several roadblocks leading to the facility removed after legal court cases by residents.

Trouble quickly spread to Libya where a group identifiying itself as the ‘Islamic Law Supporters’ attacked the consulate on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on American in protest at a film that they deemed blasphemous to the Prophet Mohammed.

A furious mob fired gunshots and then set the building alight as they clashed with Libyans hired to guard the facility. Outnumbered by the crowd, Libyan security forces did little to stop them, al-Sharef said.

Witnesses reported militants firing rocket-propelled grenades from a nearby farmhouse.

The situation rapidly deteriorated as the army tried to cordon off the area around the building and fought running battles with the attackers. But the crowd overwhelmed the facility, looting the contents.

‘I heard nearly 10 explosions and all kinds of weapons. It was a terrifying day,’ said a witness who refused to give his name because he feared retribution.

Order was eventually restored after three hours but there was very little of the consulate left. State Hillary Rodham Clinton strongly condemning the attack in a statement shortly after.

She said she had called Libyan President Mohammed el-Megarif ‘to coordinate additional support to protect Americans in Libya.’

‘Some have sought to justify this vicious behavior as a response to inflammatory material posted on the Internet,’ Clinton said in a statement released by the State Department.

‘The United States deplores any intentional effort to denigrate the religious beliefs of others. Our commitment to religious tolerance goes back to the very beginning of our nation. But let me be clear: There is never any justification for violent acts of this kind.’

It was some hours later that it emerged Ambassador Stevens and three of his team had been killed.

Mitt Romney used the event as an opportunity to take aim at Obama, accusing the administration of a ‘severe miscalculation’ and calling its handling of the incident ‘akin to an apology’.

‘I’m outraged by the attacks on American diplomatic missions in Libya and Egypt and by the death of an American consulate worker in Benghazi,’ Romney said in a statement, when a single death had been reported. ‘It’s disgraceful that the Obama administration’s first response was not to condemn attacks on our diplomatic missions, but to sympathize with those who waged the attacks.’

His comments referred to an earlier statement from the U.S. embassy in Cairo which condemned the anti-Islam film, which he said ‘reflects the mixed signals they’re sending to the world’ and which he likened to an apology of American values.

He added that Obama was responsible for the embassy statement – even though White House officials had distanced themselves from it on Tuesday.

‘We are shocked that, at a time when the United States of America is confronting the tragic death of one of our diplomatic officers in Libya, Governor Romney would choose to launch a political attack,’ Ben LaBolt, a spokesman for the Obama campaign, countered.

The brutal attacks on Tuesday night were the first such assaults on US diplomatic facilities in either country, at a time when both Libya and Egypt are struggling to overcome the turmoil following the ouster of their longtime leaders, Moammar Gadhafi and Hosni Mubarak, in uprisings last year.

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  • Puggg

    I agree that this so-called movie is a non-issue.  It was made month ago, and the first time I ever heard of it was yesterday. What’s not a coincidence was the date they pulled this off, Sept. 11. This is Al Qaeda all the way.

    What doesn’t surprise me is the smarmy way the American embassy in Cairo reacted. That’s what diplomats do, they bash their own country to suck up to foreign countries.

    • I love muslims, I really do. I love them because they worship a black stone and according to the 5 Pillars of Islam, the cornerstones of their religion, they have to encircle this rock 7 times during the Haaj pilgramige at least once in their lives:
      I love them becasue one little tactical nuke, placed right in the heart of their belief system, would shatter one of their pillars, and make their whole religion null and void. When you base your faith on a rock in a box, better make damn sure you don’t piss off people who have really high IQ’s and a small tactical nuke lying around.

    • Having been through the Foreign service officer course, exam, inteview, etc as well as having served with FSO’s, and State Department officials, I can state categorically, the Department is predominantly controlled by politically correct leftists. However, it retains a certain powerful element of extremely pragmatic, realistic, and pro-American officers. Nonetheless, given the full force leftist, globalist, cultural marxist and multi-cultural values indoctrinated in students usually chosen from elite campuses in the US, the increasing incompetence and venality of the US State Department is a given.

  • humptydumpty

    I couldn’t care less about “diplomats.” They’re a bunch of bums who wouldn’t do a decnt days work if you threatened them with a gun.

    Having said that, this whole thing smells of a zionist false flag scheme. This and the cairo thing coming right at the time of this supposed netanyahu/obama charade.


    Meanwhile, our government continues to import tens of thousands of Muslims into the USA annually.

    Same in Europe.

    • The__Bobster

      More like 100,000, many from terrorist nations. We must be crazy.

  • Michael C. Scott

    Let’s remember that the producer of the movie in question wasn’t even an American; he’s an Egyptian Coptic Christian.

    • scott81

      well he is actually now even that

      “It was made by Sam Bacile, a 56-year-old California real estate developer who identifies himself as an Israeli Jew” 

      • The__Bobster

        The two-hour movie, “Innocence of Muslims,” cost $5 million to make and was financed with the help of more than 100 Jewish donors, said Bacile, who wrote and directed it.

        • anmpr1

          There is much  to comment about this sordid affair.  But it is interesting to wonder about the movie itself.  Evidently, according to the WSJ, the Israeli-American (note the order) producer is from California, but said to be in hiding.  No one can find him.  Even CNN has drawn a blank searching for him.  There are reports that fundamentalist American Christians. and ME Christians are involved.  Some are said to be Muslim converts.  No one, as far as I know, has identified the “100 rich Jews” who are said to have helped finance the film.

          There is more to this story than we know.  Something just doesn’t smell right, and I smell a rat, or a nest of them.

          • Andromeda

            Watch the movie.  The dubbing is interesting to say the least.

  • anarchyst

    Can anyone say “false flag” operation here??  This whole thing smells of the Lavon affair (which was unsuccessful in starting a war between Egypt and the USA) . . .

    • Whether it was false flag operation or not, the mass insurgency of Islamists including the attacks of 911 prove that the Umma of the Mujihudeen or a global threat to the US and Western Civilization. If a single movie could cause this and result in such an ineffective response, then we must fear Moslems and began a massive strengthening of our cultural values, the deportation of the foreign elements, and a continuing and ongoing campaign of examplary punishment upon third world nations and states that make such insults to the American flag.

  • Hirschibold

    Behead those who say Islam is violent.


    I’m a curious guy.  I like to do lots of research before coming to a decision.  I like to listen to all sides.  Last year I had the opportunity to accompany a Muslim friend to the Mosque.   I went maybe 10 times over a year, and participated in Ramadan and Eid celebrations.  I listened to the Imans.

    My conclusion: Islam is a primitive, controlling, illogical, and violent religion, that is completely, totally incompatable with a modern secular liberal society.

    Take it from someone who has been there: End all Muslim immigration now, or suffer the consequence, which will make 9/11 will look like child’s play.

    Under no circumstances import the “rebels” from Syria into the USA, as our government is planning to do at this very moment.

    • There are many Muslim nations in the world with Islam guiding a secular and non-secular society.
      The question is, why do Muslims want to live in western nations?
      For me, the answer is obvious. Their goal is to infiltrate and use our own laws and values of tolerance and fair play to undermine our civilization.
      When we’re significantly weakened by our own tolerance, the choice will be convert or die. This is their long term goal for the west and our government is aiding and abetting this religion of a pedophile.  

      • IstvanIN

         They want to live here because we are:
        1) rich,
        2) have pretty, mustache-free, easy women,
        3) gay sex  without fear of hanging.

        But, of course, to have the above you must be free.  They hate freedom.  So they try to turn us into them or kill us.  Quandary.

    • The name of a political candidate who wants us to stay out of Syria, because, as he said, it’s nothing more than “one gang of thugs fighting with another?”

      Todd Akin.

      Think it through.  Everyone.

    • bluffcreek1967

      I have an old Christian missionary book that relays the story of Henry Martyn, one of the first missionaries to an Arab country. He was frustrated over the total ignorance of the Muslim clerics who debated him. They had no real knowledge of Christianity, yet they would talk about it as if they understand more than the missionary. They had incredible leaps of logic and were often unable to follow the sequence of any argument he brought to them. He was, for the most part, quite unsuccessful in reaching them. It’s been a long time since I read his account, but from what I can recall he considered them to be a rather brutish and dull-minded people.  


        Dear bluffcreek,  I have known about 8 Muslim “scientists” from the Middle East — all were idiots or frauds.   None possessed logic.  All were lazy, and lacked a work-ethic.   The worst part is that most (not all) were inmoral, in that they would fabricate data. 

        The purpose of science is to seek truth, but these guys made up data (or threw out data) in order to get published.  

        These are not the type of people we need in Europe or the USA./There is no benefit (but lots of risks) in importing them into our nations.

  • IstvanIN

    The only way to prevent future mishaps like this is to bring in several tens of thousands of Libyan refugees.  By increasing our diversity we will be able to learn from the new Libyan-Americans.  This greater knowledge will lead to greater understanding and will make both our nations stronger.  We can not protect Americans abroad through brute force, only strength through diversity will have any permanent impact.

  • Dean_Wormers_Hot_Wife

    Obama will still prevail, because voting Whites will prove their pride in his courageous stand againt bigotry, hate, and Islamophobia.

    • The__Bobster

      He might prevail because he can sucker Romney into being the war candidate. It won’t be too hard either.

  • Mark

    These ME countries need to run by a strong man.  Take out the strong man  a lawlessness and murder escalate. The US should have not supported regime change there. 

  • loyalwhitebriton

    Gives me such a warm glow inside knowing that we Western nations are “bringing Democracy”* to North African & Middle Eastern nations.

    Leads to such “positive results”[sic].

    *Or, as I like to call it: fighting Israel’s enemies.

  • Pull out all US government staff. Tell Americans to leave or they’re on their own. Cut off all money. Let them wallow in thier own poverty.

    Without our money to prop them up, they’ll revert to their own level of Muslim-Arab ‘culture’.

    • RisingReich

       Can’t do that.  That makes way, way too much sense.  Pull money from people who attack us?  Provided this isn’t a false flag operation, that’s the only logical thing to do.

      As far as I’m concerned it’s the common sense thing to do, anyhow.

    • Andromeda

      I saw the figure 1.5M touted a lot in my trip through Islamoland last night. Many of these people firmly believe the US killed that many in Iraq and Afghanistan. I agree.  I believe we should get out and leave these people to live out their miserable lives.

  • Islam, & skeptics of Islam, have both been around for 1300 yrs. Why’s it only now that we’ve incidents of killings b/c of insults 2 Mohammed?  I am asking, because I dont know. There were a lot of anti-Islam screeds written in the West in the middle ages up til modern times (see Hilaire Belloc).  They didnt result in the offing of an ambassador.  

    Modern tastes are indeed crass.  Did critics of Islam in the olden days have the virtue of at least not going for the jugular like this filmmaker did, and the Koran-burning minister did?  

    • IstvanIN

       Yes they did.  They have never been particularly nice to non-believers.

      • Kronolog

        On the contrary, actually. They were once quite nice to infidels. But whilst Christians went from being  narrow-minded to being tolerant, the Muslims went the other way, with catastrophic consequences.

        • Yes, Kronolog.  That’s the way I’ve always understood it:  That they were tolerant, had a special set of laws for Westerners that lived among them that was more lax but omitted certain privileges (reasonably) reserved for Muslims; that they were leaders in science, technology, Philosophy, art (Muslims painted the Jewish temples; Jews largely didn’t know how); … and then somewhere along the line, not sure when, … they blew it and became what they are today.

          •  Please tell me you are being sarcastic.

          • Not at all.  A lot of people on this list need to get off of the Fox News teat for half a minute.

        •  Moslems were never quiet nice to infidels. If you seriously believe that you need to read some pre-1960’s history on Islamic Empires, the Crusades, etc.

        • one slight correction, K.  

          Christians were never narrow-minded.  

          “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever.” – Heb. 13:8

    • Puggg

       Maybe back then there wasn’t near-instantaneous mass media like there is today.

    • Is this is the Emmett McAuliffe of WGNU – KJSL – KMOX fame and of one of the elite IP attorneys in St. Louis fame?

  • IstvanIN

     Right on brother!  Set the record straight.

  • fabius

    OK, I’m angry about this. Angry, of course, at the Islamist murderers, but especially angry at this “Sam Bacile”, who the latest reports identify as an Egyptian Coptic Christian (and a convicted check-kiting felon, to boot). What the heck do I or any of us have to do with the problems of the Copts? Why do we allow people to immigrate into our country who wish nothing more than to pursue their old ethnic/religious hatreds in the security of our wonderful country?

  • Anonymous By Necessity

    Sean Smith was a friend of mine who loved his post, and I will miss him. He did not deserve to die this way at the hands of religious zealots, though he was no stranger to their ways.

    If his and the other deaths serve no other purpose than to prove that Islam *cannot* coexist with a world that has moved past the 13th century, it is still not a total loss, though his wife and children will obviously disagree with me.

    I cannot believe that the Cairo Embassy issued an apology in any form whatsoever.  My personal idea of the appropriate ‘apology’ would be a nuke wrapped in bacon delivered along with a raised middle finger to help push it further up their posteriors prior to detonation.  I will admit that I might not be thinking completely rationally about the situation at the moment, but it would be immensely satisfying nonetheless.

    • Barrack Osama

      It’s depressing that you have to post this anonymously. I’m positive you’re from a certain tyrannically liberal website that Sean was known on. If they knew, you’d probably be crucified for saying such things about those poor old muslims.

      Cheers, and never close your mind.


      I have studied Islam and I know Muslims very well.   Islam is totally, completely incompatable with a modern, secular, liberal society.    It is impossible for Muslims to live peacefully side-by-side with Westerners.

      We must stop all Muslim immigration into the West immediately, otherwise the future will make 9/11 seem like child’s play.

    • How about air-dropping onto Mecca during the Haj a bunch of pigs using parachutes decorated with Stars of Davids and pictures of Obama?

  • By all means we need more muslims in NASA!

  • Anti terrorist police raids are a regular news story in Australia.
    Its just a matter of time before we have some ‘home grown’ terrorists slip through the net and pull off something big. 
    The average Australian is too just distracted or busy to notice such things.

  • Sardonicus

    With our policy of “invade the world, invite the world”, I’m actually surprised that there has been so little anti-American violence at home and overseas. I suspect that the proposed solutions to future attacks will a European style ban on “hate speech” I can’t see diversity liberals renouncing their failed immigration or interventionist policies any time soon. For them, not offending Muslim extremists is more important that taking real measures to combat Islamic extremists.

  • Yorkshireman.

    Every Muslim man (women don’t count) is offended by  anything he claims offends him and he will always quote a ‘verse’ to prove it, no matter how nonsensical it may be.  As to terrorist attacks, they have several suitable high profile  ‘targets’ already  listed, scouted out, best way in and out, weapons stockpiled and anti-Western banners prepared.  All it takes is the command from the head of the hierarchy as to which particular embassy, airline office, school or aid office to hit next. There is no room whatsoever for spontaneity within Islam as that would demand  individual thought and planning which is totally ‘haram’ or forbidden. In any case,  no participant in this attack has ever watched this movie or know anything about it, just as they never read ‘The Satanic Verses’. This is not surprising since it never appeared in print in any language they use. Never try to understand them, there is no logic to understand and certainly no debate is possible as this would be classed as ‘insulting’.


    Our 15-yr war-romp in the Middle East has little to do with oil.  We NEVER have to go to war for oil, because that is the only thing the Arabs have to sell.  Either they sell oil or they starve. 

    Hence, our only contact with them need be to back the tanker up to the warf, fill it with oil, drop a pallet of Dollars on the dock, and sail away.

    In fact our warring in the Middle East DOUBLED OR TRIPLED the price of oil for the last 10 yrs.  Before we invaided Iraq, oil was as low as $30/barrel.

    We have now attacked, destabalized, drone-attacked, assinated people in, or paid-off 13 Muslim countries, costing us ~ $4 Trillion Dollars and 9,000 dead Americans.   Why?   It was not about oil.

    It was because a certain nasty Middle Eastern country wants us to fight all of their enemies, so that they can continue the ethnic cleansingof  Palestine. 

    These are proxy wars for Israel.

  • Andromeda

    I spent a depressing evening on youtube.  I’ve never had the occasion to actually talk to Muslim “true-believers” before.  They are completely unable to understand the concept of Freedom of Speech.  Islam is incompatible with Democracy.  I could tell that easily in a few hours.  Why can’t our government see that?  It was a complete waste of time to try to talk to them.  I think some of them would’ve hurt me if they had been able.  The video that they used as an excuse to kill people is a ridiculous piece of garbage, obviously dubbed to make them angry.  I am now firmly convinced that these people will usher in a new Dark Age if they aren’t stopped from overwhelming the West.

    Oh, and there was the inevitable parade of Christian Dhimmis, not understanding what exactly killing over this worthless video really means and apologizing profusely on the knees.

  • Allan477

    From the clips I have seen, this movie is very poorly made: “Mohammed never existed, but if he did, he was a pedophile and a homosexual.”  I hope these Muslims realize that they have given it a publicity than it would had if it had just been allowed to die a natural death.  Unfortunately, there will be those, mostly uneducated, who take it at face value; the blame for that must be placed squarely on the Muslim fanatics.

    • They dont understand that anybody can throw up a “controversial new film” on Youtube and it doesnt make it an act of the American government, or its people.

  • Disagree.

    >>Australia doesn’t provide Israel any support

    Supporting Israel is not a unilateral decision.  Israel has to agree.  It reserves the “Great Friend of Israel” title to only a few who can write the big check, plus provide military help.

    >>They see in movies and on TV programs how prosperous the West is, and it’s driving them crazy.  

    No way, they could care less whether they drive Cadillacs or camels.

    Yeah, they’re against the West because they look out upon the West and all they see is Godless decadence.  And it does look pretty decadent.  

    And it doesnt help in reducing terrorism that the extremists now know that we are infecting millions of Muslims OVER HERE with our decadence, whereas if they had stayed OVER THERE the extremists wouldnt have cared so much about *our* decadence. 

    The point is not that Muslims are violent/non-violent, dummies/smart, etc. it’s that they are a *different culture*, and because of that, never in a million years should have been allowed to immigrate to Western lands in significant numbers.

    So the enemy is not Islam, it’s multiculturalists.  And we know who we have to thank for the latter group.     

    Only a liberal, with their famous ZERO common sense, would have bought an idea as crazy as multiculturalism.  Only a group as powerful as you-know-who could have sold the idea to them.

  • jackryanvb

    Sept 11th is now the confirmeday when Arab and other nasty NW Muslims insult, attack, murder White Americans, attack the West. Last Sept 11th, Islamists opened and in our face Mosque on Ground Zero I. new York Ci to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the 9-11-01 Islamic terrorist attack.

    So everyone, just be aware of this date and be prepared for insults and Muslim violence where’s there are nasty NW Muslims.

    Also be prepared on Sept. 11th do suffer idiot, traitorous Liberals/Libertarians like Ron Paul to take the Muslim side and try to explain that it’s somehow all our fault, we upset the Muslims because of some video, or Danish cartoon or Muslims not winning many Olympic medals.

    • And also the 9-11 “Equinox”: 3-11, the date of the Madrid bombing. 

      Even the “11s” if you throw in Mumbai (7-11).

    • Puggg

      Pat Buchanan blamed the artist of the Mohammed Cartoons for not being “sensitive” to Islam and their backwards primitive seventh century “sensibilities.”  So it’s not just Ron Paul, it even includes people who should know better.

  • Puggg

    Guess what.  The SPLC is now involved at least in a tangential way.

    The Southern Poverty Law Center, which monitors hate groups, said Klein
    is a former Marine and longtime religious-right activist who has helped
    train paramilitary militias at a California church. It described Klein
    as founder of Courageous Christians United, which conducts protests
    outside abortion clinics, Mormon temples and mosques.

  • Michael C. Scott

    Uhh… what “gold” did we take out of Libya or Egypt?

  • godzillabloggs

    Mr Stevens was  the servant of a government which is actively seeking to undermine and replace European America; a government which is at least as much an enemy of  white Americans as the militant muslims are.  His death was sad but surely not one to be avenged by white nationalists.

  • Having been through the Foreign service officer course, exam, inteview,
    etc as well as having served with FSO’s, and State Department officials,
    I can state categorically, the Department is predominantly controlled
    by politically correct leftists. However, it retains a certain powerful
    element of extremely pragmatic, realistic, and pro-American officers.
    Nonetheless, given the full force leftist, globalist, cultural marxist
    and multi-cultural values indoctrinated in students usually chosen from
    elite campuses in the US, the increasing incompetence and venality of
    the US State Department is a given.

  •  Indeed, and to ensure our unity with our Moslem brothers, I advocate that Bush and Blair should escort the Movie Director personally to Mecca where they can witness how Moslems treat infidels.

  •  Who cares if they understand the US constitution or not. What they must understand is the US Flag, US Embassies, and US white people. Screw with those things and you suffer military action. Time to launch air-strikes on the main Islamic mosques or at least assassinate the public agitators of Moslem Brotherhood action.

  • Arab Moslems can be gentle people if you treat them like children, judge them like a king, and rule them with an iron bar. Time to bombard some villages.

  • svartekaptenen

    Well no your president has a problem, he is a known islamapologist and your election is what, 2 months away? So what will he do?