23 September 2012

Victims of Libyan Muslim Hatred


Glen A. Doherty, Security officer


Sean Smith, Foreign Service officer


Tyrone S. Woods, Security officer



Very recently discovered is this blog. If you click on the link you will find the following and more. The brief  message has been lifted in toto from the linked blog.

Since our Egyptian and Libyan embassies were attacked we’ve seen a steady stream of statements from the Obama administration and some in Congress who blame an obscure 14 minute film for the outbreak of the violence.

This is as dangerous as it is misguided. It emboldens radical Muslims across the world and ensures that every time they feel they have a grievance they have a right to engage in attacks like these.

More apologies and more appeasement equals more violence. Plain and simple.
The preceding words are directly related to my last post about the heinous torture and murder by radical Muslim bastards. The four, attached to the American embassy in Libya, Tripoli, were visiting our consulate in Benghazi. There they were tortured and subsequently murdered.

Several years ago I worked with a Muslim that brought his family from Sudan. He has since relocated to Arizona. He seemed a pleasant enough guy.

Since then I have learned more about Muslims in general. I am beginning to believe that even the non-radical types of today are like the communists of several decades ago. 

Sleeper cells, a term not commonly used today, has fallen out of favor, but could all Muslims just be waiting for a call to arms when the time is right? An idea not too far fetched in my opinion.

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