Berkeley & the Peace Corps, that’s Â the stuff Christopher Stevens Â was made of.Â He Â went to Libya for the “Arab Spring’, for ‘freedom & democracy’. Stevens was their boy. He helped the MuBro’s claim ‘their rights’…
There were already numerous indications that the Libyan rebels were not the democratically-minded, America-loving pluralists of media myth. Rolling Stone magazine, of all publications, had warnedÂ in their March 21 issueÂ that “America is now at war to protect a Libyan province that’s been an epicenter of anti-American jihad.”--Â Christopher Stevens: Devoured by a Monster He Helped Create
Kerry Picket atÂ The Washington TimesÂ reported:
According to the Lebanese news organization Tayyar.org, citing AFP news sources, U.S. ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens, who was killed by gunmen that stormed the U.S. consulate in Benghazi on Tuesday, was reportedly raped before being murdered. A google translation of the report says.
A news report made by the Libyan Free Press is also reporting that Ambassador Stevens was sodomized before he was killed:
Libya – U.S. Ambassador in Bengazi sodomized and killed by his own al-Qaeda puppets:
In this vid, Christopher Stevens introducing himself and praising Lybian terrorists and the new “democracy” Â in Lybia, while congratulating them for their battle. Â No need to post the graphic photos of his dead body being dragged through the streets of Benghazi.
There are serious question about his death. How did he get caught in an RPG attack? Why did it happen on 9/11? Is this really about some obscure movie made by an american israeli before they killed the ambassador? Â Was he sacrificed for the master plan?
House conservatives call for stripping aid to Libya, Egypt from spending bill
Rino’s & Libtards throw hissy fits.
We know Ammanpour is an enemy agent. They should have made her the prison bitch in Gitmo, long ago.
Truly Absurd Salon Headline: ‘
“Why is it that the United States is bankrolling some of these countries?” Stop the jiziya!
That would make sense. That’s why we can’t have that, not under the Muslim POTUS Obama.
“It was just one idiot in the United States, and our president continually apologizes for those things,” freshman Rep. RaÃºl Labrador (R-Idaho) said. “It has been his policy from the beginning to go around the world apologizing for America. And it’s about time that somebody stood up, and I’m glad that Romney stood up and said that it was wrong for the embassy to send out a statement apologizing for the thing, instead of condemning what the terrorists did at both embassies.”
RINO’s McCain & Graham also prefer to pay and slide deeper into dhimmitude:Â jerks they are and always will be!
More on Ammanwhore below the fold:
Christiane Amanpour: ‘Extremists’ in America ‘Whip Up Hatred’ in Libya
ABC journalist Christiane Amanpour on Wednesday compared the rioting and murder that followed Middle Eastern anger over anÂ anti-Islamic movieÂ to yelling “fire in a crowded theater.” Regarding filmmaker Sam Bacile and the killing of U.S. ambassadorÂ Christopher StevensÂ in Libya, Amanpour derided, “So, now, one has to, really, try to figure out the extremists in this country and the extremists out there who are using this and whipping up hatred.” [See video below. MP3 audioÂ here.]
Amanpour appeared onÂ Good Morning AmericaÂ to discuss Bacile and his little-seen film. Talking to George Stephanopoulos, she asserted that the movie mocks the prophet Mohammed, portraying him as “a womanizer, a pedophile, a thug, and generally denigrate[s] Islam.” Seemingly debating the need for some kind of self-censorship, Amanpour added, “There is also 100-year law by the United States Supreme Court, which says you can’t cry fire in a crowded theater.”
The formerÂ This WeekÂ anchor described the movie as a “deliberate provocation at a transitional time.”
Amanpour has long tried provided a relativistic take on religious intolerance. While at CNN, she created a series calledÂ God’s Warriors. While the 2007 programs did look at Muslim extremists, she covered a very conservative Christian ministry. After reading off rules such as no short skirts and no dating, Amanpour marveled that this made her think of “totalitarian regimes.”
When the evangelical pastor she was speaking to denied such a charge, saying that short skirts distract men, Amanpour slimed, “But, Ron, that’s what the Taliban said. They kept women in their house, because men couldn’t be trusted around them.”
A transcript of the September 12 segment, which aired at 7:05am EDT, follows:
STEPHANOPOULOS: Christiane Amanpour by my side. Just back from the region. Let’s start out, what more do we know about this film and the filmmaker?
CHRISTIANE AMANPOUR: Well, not a huge amount. He’s been described as a California real estate. He describes himself as an Israeli. He’s talked publicly since going into hiding, remaining defiant, saying that Islam is a cancer, as Martha said. And saying this was a deliberately provocative film to show, as he said, Mohammed is a fraud.Â And clearly the film showed him as a womanizer, a pedophile, a thug, and generally denigrated Islam. Now, there is, obviously, freedom of expression in this country. There is also 100-year law by the United States Supreme Court which says you can’t cry fire in a crowded theater. So, now, one has to, really, try to figure out the extremists in this country and the extremists out there who are using this and whipping up hatred.
STEPHANOPOULOS: And, of course, you covered the protests in the Arab Spring. What we’re seeing is the consequences of more freedom in the Middle East.
AMANPOUR: Yes. More freedom. I’ve spoken to the prime ministers of Egypt and the new leader of Libya. They say that they want good relations with the United States.Â But what’s happening here is deliberate provocation at a transitional time. So, while this film came out, and was kind of hidden in the internet, blogosphere for a while, until it got an Arabic subtitle, an Arabic soundtrack. Then it started to became prominent. And local imams started to whip up the fervor against it.
STEPHANOPOULOS: And the current regimes don’t have the same kind of control.
AMANPOUR: Well, they do and they don’t. In Egypt, there’s a military, there’s a police out there. It’s still standing and they do have control. In Libya, it’s slightly more, sort of, chaotic, still, in terms of bringing militants in and trying to arrange the full security process there. But this is something that really has to be watched as we go forward because there is a transition. And by and large, it’s pro-American in that region.