Obama’s Libya Story Unravels–
** New information reveals the attack on the US Consulate on 9-11 was pre-planned and highly organized.
And… According to an intelligence source there was no protest at the consulate at the time of the attack. This totally destroys the administration’s wild story that a protest over the YouTube Mohammad video was behind the murder of the US ambassador. This is damning new information especially considering the administration had warnings the area was not safe and reportedly refused adequate security at the consulate.
Islamists dragged the dead body of US Ambassador Christopher Stevens from the consulate safe house after his murder. The radical Islamists attacked the embassy with rocket propelled grenades and machine gun fire.
muslims murdered this innocent man. they are goblins. savages. and now we are supposed to mind what we say to keep them from acting out like savages?
they want to dominate us, they want to destroy our way of life. and leftists including the president are aiding and abetting them.
the president and the unamerican dooshbags he has populated the government with.
little by little our freedoms are being strangled by the guy who loves islam and repeatedly apologized to it.
Justice Department Official Refuses to Rule Out Criminalization of Blasphemy Against Islam
Oddly, no mention of the people who actually murdered four Americans in Benghazi.
no sense of irony for bette? she’s on the same side as savage goblins who riot murder at the drop of a hat?
Via Today’s Zaman:
Russell Simmons seen nodding in approval.
Tens of thousands of protesters are rallying against an anti-Islamic film in Beirut, Lebanon, following a call for mass demonstrations by Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah.
Most of the marchers are wearing green and yellow headbands, indicating membership in Hezbollah. The phrase “At your service God’s Prophet” was seen on the protesters’ headbands and banners.
“America, hear us – don’t insult our Prophet,” the protesters are chanting.
The rally is split into two columns, with women marching separately from men. Some are holding portraits of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad.
Hassan Nasrallah personally addressed the rally in a rare public appearance. Nasrallah announced the beginning of a global campaign to halt the screening and sharing of the provocative film ‘Innocence of Muslims.’
“Prophet of God, we offer ourselves, our blood and our kin for the sake of your dignity and honor,” Reuters quoted Nasrallah as saying.
The Lebanese political leader called on the international community to criminalize insults to Islam, saying that the world does not understand Muslims’ deep reverence for the Prophet Muhammad.
“The US should know the film has dangerous repercussions,” Nasrallah said, according to Press-TV. He called for the movie’s creators to be punished appropriately.
Last December the Obama Administration pushed a UN resolution that banned criticism of Islam.
Nakoula Basseley Nakoula (C) is escorted out of his home by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s officers in Cerritos, California September 15, 2012. Mr. Nakoula, a California man convicted of bank fraud has been escorted to an interview with federal officers probing possible probation violations stemming from the making of an anti-Islam video that has triggered violent protests in the Muslim world, police said on Saturday.
The Obama Administration helped the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) push through their resolution condemning the stereotyping, negative profiling and stigmatization of people based on religion. Team Obama led the way for the resolution to pass through the General Assembly back in December 2011.
CNS News reported:
The U.N. General Assembly on Monday adopted a resolution condemning the stereotyping, negative profiling and stigmatization of people based on their religion, and urging countries to take effective steps “to address and combat such incidents.”
No member state called for a recorded vote on the text, which was as a result adopted “by consensus.”
The resolution, an initiative of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), is based on one passed by the U.N.’s Human Rights Council in Geneva last spring. The State Department last week hosted a meeting to discuss ways of “implementing” it.
Every year since 1999 the OIC has steered through the U.N.’s human rights apparatus a resolution condemning the “defamation of religion,” which for the bloc of 56 Muslim states covered incidents ranging from satirizing Mohammed in a newspaper cartoon to criticism of shari’a and post-9/11 security check profiling.
Critics regard the measure as an attempt to outlaw valid and critical scrutiny of Islamic teachings, as some OIC states do through controversial blasphemy laws at home.
Strongly opposed by mostly Western democracies, the divisive “defamation” resolution received a dwindling number of votes each year, with the margin of success falling from 57 votes in 2007 to 19 in 2009 and just 12 last year.
This year’s text was a departure, in that it dropped the “defamation” language and included a paragraph that reaffirms “the positive role that the exercise of the right to freedom of opinion and expression and the full respect for the freedom to seek, receive and impart information can play in strengthening democracy and combating religious intolerance.”
The nod to freedom of expression won the resolution the support of the U.S. and other democracies, with the Obama administration and others hailing it as a breakthrough after years of acrimonious debate.
US Muslim groups welcomed the U.N. resolution condemning religious intolerance.
The American Muslim Perspective reported:
Leading American Muslim civil advocacy groups have welcomed passage of a United Nations resolution that condemns the stereotyping, negative profiling and stigmatization of people based on their religion, and urging countries to take effective steps “to address and combat such incidents.”
The resolution also expressed concern about growing incitement to religious hatred worldwide.
The resolution — sponsored by the 57-nation Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and adopted with participation of the United States and the European Union — was adopted by consensus of the 193 members of the United Nations.
The resolution declares that “discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief constitutes a violation of human rights.” It also expressed concern about the incitement to religious hatred and the failure of some states “to combat this burgeoning trend.”
The resolution calls on states “to take effective measures to ensure that public functionaries in the conduct of their public duties do not discriminate against an individual on the basis of religion or belief.”
Governments also are expected to make “a strong effort to counter religious profiling, which is understood to be the invidious use of religion as a criterion in conducting questionings, searches and other law enforcement investigative procedures.”
And, just think, it only took them nine months to start interrogating filmmakers.
Makes you look forward to another four years of this administration, huh?
The kicker: They are basing the lawsuit on a U.N. resolution Obama championed.
Via the Iranian regime’s official propaganda outfit PressTV:
A senior Iranian official says US President Barack Obama could face legal action in connection with the production of an anti-Islam movie by an American Jew.
“A complaint could be filed with US courts against Obama for his violation of articles 18 and 27 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) calling for respect of faiths,” Javad Mohammadi, the deputy head of the Supreme Council of Cultural Revolution (SCCR), said on Sunday.
“Article 18 and 27 of the ICCPR, adopted by the United Nation, stipulate that the religion and the rights of the minorities should be respected,” Mohammadi said.
The US government is a signatory to this covenant and has to respect it. Therefore, an individual or an NGO (non-governmental organization) can file a lawsuit against the president of the country for breach of the covenant, he added.
The Scary Thing Isn’t That Fundamentalist Muslims Are Calling For the Filmmaker’s Death. The Scary Thing Is That American Liberals Are, Too.
Althouse: “Let’s not be so quick to assume the man with the “Shut Up America” sign [a protester outside an embassy] is thoroughly alien. The threats to free speech lie within. They always have.”
“Insallah [God willing], we will kill him,” one Facebook user, Shayan Khan, wrote from Karachi, Pakistan.Some YouTube users envisioned particularly imaginative demises for Nakoula in the comments section of a video related to his detention.
“I wanna torture him with a shot [to] his knee cap, then blow his eyes with [a] knife, take a chain saw and cut his penis, then a hot rod would be given to his ass, then kill him until he is hanged till death,” funkyfolk1110 wrote. “Kill this bastard,” said another user.
On Twitter, a user named Yayan E. Putra posted, “Fuck Nakoula Basseley, i want to kill you!!!” The message starkly contrasted with Putra’s brief Twitter profile, which stated simply, “A smile is the little thing that can make life easier.”
“Someone please kill him,” agreed Nelson Davis, a retired market researcher living in New York, who earlier on Sunday invited his Twitter followers to “Choose your free Obama sticker!”
The man’s crime? Using the right of free speech. But the actual offense is complicating Obama’s political campaign.
And for that, of course, he should be killed. (Um, obviously I am being bitterly sarcastic here. I don’t want a Doom demerit.)
For some reason, I suspect if I were to say something like “I wish the crazed, homicidal Tea Partiers (who haven’t killed or hurt anyone) would kill these traitors to the Constitution,” their attitudes about violence over free speech would change pretty damn quick.
And suddenly we’d have sympathetic stories about their plight, these poor Americans, abused by crazed extremists wishing for their deaths, put in fear for their lives by vicious extremists who don’t understand that in America, dissent is patriotic.
In related news: Happy Constitution Day!
“Liberal” Bill Press: Lock These Guys Up For Blasphemy: But we’ll call it something else, so we can pretend we’re still “liberal.”
So, I think the United States ought to identify, yeah, we oughta be going after these terrorists that carried out the attacks in Libya and we are. I think we also ought to be identifying the people who made this video and go after them with the full force of the law and lock their ass up.
That tip is from, appropriately enough, George Orwell.
Or else . . .
“The Council of Shia Muslim Scholars in North America severely condemns and strongly denounces this heinous act. Moreover, the Council cautions and demands that all those with a sense of responsibility take the following into account:
1) Officials and governmental authorities should exercise extensive efforts to prevent the propagation of causes for spreading hate which can endanger security and stability. Among such causes is this offensive and inappropriate film. This must be done in order to protect the lives and property of people from the rage of those taken by emotions and who may lose control, whether Muslims or non-Muslims.”
Via Blazing Cat Fur