Friday, 26 October 2012

N0, it really wasn’t about a YouTube video

Can we now get over the nonsense perpetrated by the media and the Obama Administration that the attack on the Benghazi Embassy, and the murder and desecration of Ambassador Chris Stevens, were the result of a random protest against an ill-made YouTube video?

Can we get over Vice President Biden’s assertion that the reason the Obama Administration spent weeks falsely blaming it on the video was "Because that was exactly what we were told by the intelligence community" ?

Because a flood of State Department emails released by Reuters makes clear that

within two hours of the attack, the State Department was aware that the jihadist group Ansar al-Sharia—declared by the State Department itself to be an al Qaeda affiliate—had claimed responsibility for the raid (or more appropriately, “razzia”).  These emails were disseminated by the State Department to sundry “redacted national security platforms,” such as the White House Situation room, the Pentagon, the FBI, the Director of National Intelligence and the State Department. An estimated 300-400 national security figures obtained these emails—including persons working directly below the administration’s leading national security, military and diplomatic officials—“in real time almost as the raid was playing out and concluding.”

Who are Ansar al-Sharia?

AL-QAEDA IN LIBYA: A PROFILE” was an August, 2012 report prepared by theCombating Terrorism Technical Support Office, a Pentagon program office under the aegis of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict.  The report emphasized how Al Qaeda Senior Leadership (AQSL), working via a large, powerful, and well-established jihadist infrastructure in Libya—including, prominently, Ansar al-Sharia—sought to capitalize on the US and NATO-supported insurrection which toppled the Libyan despot Qaddafi, and fulfill its goal of making Libya part of an eventual transnational caliphate.

So they can’t say they didn’t know why they did it.

The attack was nothing to do with a video.

The defence—or lack thereof—was everything to do with the US being blindsided by its refusal to learn from history, and from what it knew in advance about the strength and plans of Libyan jihadists.


  1. One of the most fascinating aspects of this terrible business is the deliberate and on-going snow job from the mainstream media (e.g. nothing at all on the CNN site today and only an interview with Panetta defending the White House's handling of it on the MSNBC site). Add to this the moderator in the second presidential debate overruling Romney to support Obama's lies and you have a pretty convincing picture of a mainstream media that will go to any lengths to ensure their guy gets elected.

    It's not going to do any good, though. The word is out and increasing numbers of Americans are now asking the question, "who is the real Obama?" and are scared by the answer.

    It's looking increasingly like a landslide for Rommey/Ryan.

  2. Read "Crusader Rabbit" who has link to Glen Beck/ The Blaze ~ adds more about what the Administration/ White House knew
    Egregious/ dodgy politicians ~what's new?

  3. We all know that Obama Hussein is a Muslim. His appeasement of Muslims lead directly to the attack in Bengazi. He didn't want to take tough action in case the feelings of his fellow Muslims' hurt.

    I can't believe how stupid are the American voters to vote for this muthafucking communist.

    CIA operators were denied request for help during Benghazi attack

  4. Here is the interview with one of the dead Navy Seal's father.

    Who denied military aid during Benghazi attack

  5. The correct link for the dead Navy Seal's father is shown below:

    Who denied military aid during Benghazi attack


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