Barack Hussein Obama is perceived by the world’s leadership including our allies as a paper tiger and a wimp.
Ironically, without doing a thing to deserve it, he received the Nobel Prize for Peace. What message did he have conveyed to the Nobel decision committee?
He would shut down the United States Nuclear Arsenal, he would bring “Peace Love Dove,” to the Middle East?
Whatever he said he dumped on his anti-war “we hate guns” contingent by starting more wars and causing more take overs by the Muslim Brotherhood by his in action.
The world will be a much safer place when Obama is relieved of command on November 6th.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.
On the anniversary of the September 11th attacks, chaos in the middle east erupted. First the U.S. Embassy in Cairo was swarmed by thousands of protesters who torn down the flag and replaced it with terrorist slogans – but then things really got ugly when a U.S. ambassador and three staffers were killed in Libya when their Embassy came under attack as well.
In Libya, an angry mob stormed the American embassy and in the ensuing violence the U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens, and three staffers were killed. CNN reports that RPGs were fired into the embassy and caused it to be engulfed in flames. Stevens and the three other staffers were separated from the rest of the people in the building.
A senior U.S. official familiar with the details of the attack said a rocket-propelled grenade set the consulate ablaze, leaving the Americans facing a fire inside and attackers outside.
Stevens and the others who died were separated from the rest of the staff while trying to escape to the roof of the building. The official said there were several “valiant but unsuccessful” attempts to get back into the building and rescue them. Complete article below.
Stevens, Foreign Service information management officer Sean Smith and a U.S. regional security officer were in a safe room in the Benghazi post as it burned around them, according to CNN sources. The security official got out and went back for Stevens and Smith, but found Smith dead and recovered his body, the sources said.
Stevens managed to escape the burning house, but the sources did not know what his condition was when he got out. The sources said Smith died of smoke inhalation, but it was not clear how Stevens died.
Meanwhile in Cairo, Islamic radicals stormed the walls of the U.S. embassy in Egypt and tore down the American flag in protest of a film that mocked Muhammad and Islam.
Nearly 3,000 demonstrators, most of them hardline Islamist supporters of the Salafist movement, gathered at the embassy in protest over a film deemed offensive to the Prophet Mohammed which was produced by expatriate members of Egypt’s Christian minority resident in the United States.
A dozen men scaled the embassy walls and one of them tore down the US flag, replacing it with a black one inscribed with the Muslim profession of faith: “There is no God but God and Mohammed is the prophet of God.”
Demonstrators also daubed part of that slogan — “There is no God but God” — on the walls of the embassy compound.
Upon reviewing the news, Glenn could not believe how America could react with any
“1979 is the last time somebody tried to kill our ambassador and they did kill our ambassador in 1979 under Jimmy Carter. What a surprise. What a surprise. It has happened only five times and what a surprise, it was in the radical Sixties and Seventies. And then America got tough and they stopped killing our ambassadors.”