‘Film Rage’ or shall we call it ‘Video Rage’ is no accident.
This is engineered and executed by the Obama white house and the MuBro’s in the Middle East:
In other words, the freedom of speech is a goner.
“White House: anti-Islam film ‘truly abhorrent,'” by Josh Gerstein forÂ Politico, September 13 (thanks to JW):
- Morsi: Muhammad “is a red line for all Muslims,” calls on Obama to “‘take dissuasive measures” against those who insult Islam–This suggests that Egypt’s new Muslim Brotherhood government was behind the embassy attack.”Anti-Islam Film: Prophet is untouchable red line, Morsi asks Obama to ”take dissuasive measures,'” fromÂ ANSAmed
- Attack on U.S. ambassador was planned for 9/11–And the film, which hadÂ been on YouTube for a considerable time, was found and used as a pretext.Egypt: Protesters return to U.S. Embassy, stone security personnel, demand apology for Muhammad film
Sounds like a plan.
Dhimmies fall over themselves to oblige:
- Vatican spokesman calls for end to offenses against Islam, does not condemn jihad murders; bishop in Libya calls for blasphemy laws in the West
A top White House official has blasted as “truly abhorrent” the anti-Islam film which appears to have triggered an outpouring of violence against U.S. diplomatic posts in Egypt and Libya.Speaking to an international religious freedom conference in Washington Wednesday, Deputy National Security Adviser Denis McDonough endorsed efforts to create “a world where the dignity of all peopleâ€”and all faithsâ€”isÂ respected.”
According to his prepared remarks released by the White House, he then added: “This work takes on added urgency given the truly abhorrent video that has offended so many people–Muslims, and non-Muslims alikeâ€”in our country and around the world.”
President Barack Obama’s criticism earlier Wednesday of the “Innocence of Muslims” film, or film trailer in question, was a bit more reserved.
In an interview with CBS’s “60 Minutes,” Obama said: “This film is not representative of who we are and our values, and I think it’s important for us to communicate that.”
And in a statement in the Rose Garden Wednesday morning, Obama said in apparent reference to the video: “We reject all efforts to denigrate the religious beliefs of others.”
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton also described the video as “inflammatory.”…