Fair Witchhunt for Muslim Promised
In another article today, in the NYT, at: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/09/us/politics/09king.html - the head of this Congressional Investigation says that 85% of Muslim leaders in mosques are extremist (!?) So it certainly seems a lot of general statements of suspicion are being made before the Investigation even starts. Honestly, maybe it is Extremist Zionism that is causing the problems. How about a hearing on that? — And Crazy Christians who appear eager to rush towards their Second Coming and Apocalypse and want to control personal behavior of everybody on planet Earth are another fascism force in our society. — I know such statements may seem ‘radical,’ to some but these forces swirl around us daily, like storm clouds and this Congressional Investigation of a religion is symptomatic of how worse it’s getting. Judaism and Christianity are as equally full of calls for war (and genocide) as any other religion and the words of Jesus about ‘look at yourself,’ before you start casting stones at others are good. The One Commandment of Jesus about treating others like how you’d like to be treated might be good for these Fanatic Fascist Christians to remember and return to. Of course…it’s all about the Oil (and expanding Israel) so any words that can be said to help that are said, any flags that can be thrown in our face are thrown, any false ideals to wave are waved, this Ship of Fools has long set sail. (Voting for better, non-warmongering leaders still a good idea).
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More Death in Libya
The loyalists of Moammar Gaddafi are slowly retreating, though not without causing problems. It’s being reported by survivors and Human rights groups Sunday that the loyalist’s of the president killed scores of detainees and shot civilians over this past week while the rebel forces take control of the Libyan capital.
The New York based Human Rights Watch said that the evidence they have collected “strongly suggests that the Gaddafi government forces went on a sort of killing spree as Tripoli was falling.” Mohammad al-Algi, the Justice minister in the rebels temporary government, said that all of the allegations would be investigated thoroughly and the leaders of Gaddafi’s military will be put on trial.
There have been no pin pointed allegations of the crimes carried out by the rebel fighters, human rights groups are continuing the investigations of some of the unsolved cases
Associated Press reporters have witnessed several of the episodes of the rebels mistreating its detainees, and the Saharan Africans suspected of being hired as Gaddafi’s gunman.
The Health Minister, Najib Barakat, for the rebels government said on Sunday that he had yet to receive an official death toll for the week-long battle over the country’s capital.
Barakat has said that efforts are being made to identify the bodies being retrieved from the streets and are being photographed before burial to allow future identification for relatives.
Gaddafi supporters fired rockets at the rebel forces that gathered in the town of Nawfaliyah late Sunday.
The rebels gave all of the residents in the city ten days to allow the rebel forces in peacefully or they would face assault.
Tuesday over 120 prisoners were held in a hangar, when soldiers told that they would be released only to have hand grenades hurled inside. Gunfire followed to take care of anyone that survived. Three people were badly wounded, but made it out alive. Similar stories of this type of massacre are being reported all over the city.
Wednesday saw guards at a Gaddafi military base in the suburbs of Tripoli shooting and killing five of the prisoners held in solitary confinement, Amnesty International said, citing the survivors. Other detainees panicked and broke out of their cells when they heard the shots, survivors said. By that time, the guards had fled.
In addition to the killings at detention centers, Human Rights Watch said it collected testimony about Gadhafi soldiers randomly shooting civilians. In one incident, on Wednesday, medical lab technician Salah Kikli said he saw Gadhafi fighters pull two unarmed men, including one in medical scrubs, from an ambulance and kill them.
Reporters saw bodies in advanced stages of decomposition at Abu Salim hospital, including in the parking lot, a ward and in the basement. Barakat, the health minister, said a total of 75 corpses were found at the hospital.
Another group of bodies was strewn across a roundabout near Bab al-Aziziya, Gadhafi’s compound. Five were in a field clinic, housed in a tent, and one of the corpses still had an IV sticking in his right arm.
Human Rights Watch counted a total of 29 bodies in that area, where Gadhafi loyalists, many from sub-Saharan Africa, had camped out in recent months. The group said it was not yet clear who was responsible for the deaths.
Some rebel fighters have mistreated detainees, pushing or hitting them, though others have tried to stop abuse. In many cases, wounded rebels and regime fighters were treated side-by-side in rebel-controlled hospitals.
On Sunday, in a neighborhood on the outskirts of the city, rebels apprehended a dozen black men and accused them of being mercenaries in Gadhafi’s army. The detainees were occasionally punched before one of the rebels convinced his comrades the men were just migrant workers.
One of my Facebook friends posted this as their status a little while ago. She is listed as private, so I can only share in quotes. But I completely agree.
“This one should really … you off. This is not just a criminal act it is an ACT OF WAR. So what has the President done? Concoct a crappy story about the violence not being directed against the U.S. but caused but some “film desecrating Muhammad”. Have you heard of anyone who has claimed to have seen this “film” ? No? Not even the Obama Media ?? Yet the Obama Ambassador to the U.N. claimed on two different talk shows yesterday ”..it was widely viewed all across ‘The Region’.” And also that the kindly citizens carried the Ambassador to the hospital. What a crock!
Help this get wide distribution.
These are pictures you will not see in the Obama media. Our US Ambassador to Libya BEFORE being murdered. Here is our American Ambassador, J. Christopher Stevens, diplomat, father, husband, and American Citizen, being dragged through the streets of Benghazi, and your President does NOTHING! … except go to Las Vegas for a fund raiser, plus two more today.
( I got the photos in an email ~ I didn’t think it appropriate to post them ~ but, trust me, they are disgusting what this man went through ~ absolutely disgusting!!!)”
“Notice the abrasion’s on his back and whack on his forehead.
To most Americans this is an act of war. To our president it’s just another act of office violence like Fort Hood. He and the Sect of State have already apologized and will soon send them another $1.5 Million in foreign aid. This is as sad as it gets.
Oh, and that crack FBI Investigation Team sent to Benghazi to “find the culprits” - they beat feet and “left as it was too dangerous for Americans there”. Even though they had ammo for their weapons unlike the Marine Guards at the embassy in Cairo who had NO AMMO as ordered by the U.S. Ambassador there. What a bunch of idiots !!
AP (Associated Press )/The Huffington Post | Posted: Wednesday 9/12/2012 7:10 am and Updated: Thursday 09/13/2012 10:05 am said the following:
TRIPOLI, Libya — The American ambassador to Libya and three other Americans were killed when a mob of protesters and gunmen overwhelmed the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, setting fire to it in outrage over a film that ridicules Islam’s Prophet Muhammad. Libya’s new president apologized Wednesday for the attack, which underlined the lawlessness plaguing a region trying to recover from months of upheaval.
Ambassador Chris Stevens, 52, died as he and a group of embassy employees went to the consulate to try to evacuate staff as a crowd of hundreds attacked the consulate Tuesday evening, many of them firing machine-guns and rocket-propelled grenades.
By the end of the assault, much of the building was burned out and trashed. Stevens was the first U.S. ambassador to be killed in the line of duty since 1979.
A Libyan doctor who treated Stevens said he died of severe asphyxiation, apparently from smoke. In a sign of the chaos of during the attack, Stevens was brought alone by Libyans to the Benghazi Medical Center with no other Americans, and no one at the facility knew who he was, the doctor, Ziad Abu Zeid, told The Associated Press.
Stevens was practically dead when he arrived close to 1 a.m. on Wednesday, but “we tried to revive him for an hour and a half but with no success,” Abu Zeid said. The ambassador had bleeding in his stomach because of the asphyxiation but no other injuries, he said.
President Barack Obama ordered increased security to protect American diplomatic personnel around world. Hours before the Benghazi attack, Egyptians angry over the film protested at the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, climbing its walls and tearing down an American flag, which they replaced briefly with a black, Islamist flag.
“I strongly condemn the outrageous attack on our diplomatic facility in Benghazi,”Obama said, adding the four Americans “exemplified America’s commitment to freedom, justice, and partnership with nations and people around the globe.”
AND THIS ADMINISTRATION WANTS ANOTHER FOUR YEARS ????”
CM Punk Talks WWE’s Success, Clayton Jack Reveals New Goals
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CM Punk Talks WWE’s Success, Clayton Jack Reveals New Goals
- CM Punk discussed why WWE is so successful in an article published by the Associated Press. “It’s successful because it changes with the times,” said Punk. “It’s not just a wrestling show, it’s a complete spectacle.” The article also contains quotes from John Cena, Paul Heyman…