By now y’all will have heard about the attack on the American embassy in Libya, and the murder of four Americans by asshats who thought their religious views justified killing people. Apparently the dipshits were responding to a wretched “film” depicting Mohammed as a child molester and homosexual, among other things. However, one of the murdered Americans, Sean Smith wrote to his on-line gaming community on the day of his death that he would be playing “assuming we don’t die tonight. We saw one of our ‘police’ that guard the compound taking pictures”, which makes me think this was premeditated by terrorists who used the “film” to stir up the mob to help them do their dirty work.
Goat blowing extremists don’t care who gets hurt in their rush to do “God’s work”. How I despise them.
Clearly, the fools and pustules who murdered the embassy workers are the only ones to blame for those murders. Nevertheless, someone provided the trigger for the attack by making that “film” with the express purpose of insulting Islamic fundamentalists. I honestly think the “film” was an (successful) attempt to set off Muslim extremists and get them to murder Americans or Europeans. That way the jackasses responsible for the “film” could jump up and down with glee and say, “Look at how bad Muslims are! Islam is inherently evil!” and work up public antipathy toward the 99% of Muslims who are not terrorist monsters. Of course, the terrorists fell into that trap like the dogfuckers they are, happy as clams to murder innocent Americans because somehow that would undo the “film” and please God.
When Osama Bin Laden set up the attack on 9/11, he did so for the express purpose of start a war on a Muslim country by America in order to prove America was “out to destroy Islam”, and we played right into his hands. Now the entire middle east is more destabilized than ever and anti-American sentiment is rampant and recruiting people into terrorist groups is easier to do.
Did the people making the film want the something similar? Did they want a further deterioration of conditions between the West and the Middle East and to start an Israeli/Iran war that would bring on WWIII and thus somehow fulfill their religious beliefs in Armageddon?
I think that they did.
Here’s my evidence:
The supposed director and writer, “Sam Bacile,” purported to be “an Israeli real estate developer living in California, and shot the film over three months in the summer of 2011 with $5 million put up by “100 Jewish donors … The guy explicitly made the film to piss of Muslims, judging from his interviews. “Islam is a cancer,” he’s told multiple reporters. “This is a political movie, the U.S. lost a lot of money and a lot of people in wars in Iraq and Afghanistan,” he told the Washington Post, “but we’re fighting with ideas”.
So that definitely sounds like a Jewish guy doing everything terrorist warn their Muslims brethren that the Jews will do. Funny about that, considering that “Sam Bacile” doesn’t exist. it turns out that:
“The Atlantic’s Jeffery Goldberg reported that “Sam Bacile” is a pseudonym and not Israeli. He spoke to a consultant on the film, a self-described “militant Christian activist” in California named Steve Klein. Klein told Golbderg:
Bacile, the producer of the film, is not Israeli, and most likely not Jewish, as has been reported, and that the name is, in fact, a pseudonym. He said he did not know “Bacile”‘s real name. He said Bacile contacted him because he leads anti-Islam protests outside of mosques and schools, and because, he said, he is a Vietnam veteran and an expert on uncovering al Qaeda cells in California. “After 9/11 I went out to look for terror cells in California and found them, piece of cake. Sam found out about me. The Middle East Christian and Jewish communities trust me.”
Klein told Golbderg that around 15 people were involved in the making of the film, “They’re from Syria, Turkey, Pakistan, they’re some that are from Egypt. Some are Copts but the vast majority are Evangelical,” he told Golbderg.”
Why else would you make a horrible slanderous movie about Mohammed and pretend that Jewish Israeli group did it other than try to strain the relations between Israel and it’s Islamic neighbors even further, perhaps even starting a war? The far-far-right wing of some Evangelical Christian groups think that if they can get Israel to get into a war it will kick start Armageddon, a premise which drives me nuts because I really can’t see how God could be manipulated into doing what Revelations claimed he would do. Nevertheless, some evangelical twatwaffles are jonesing for a war in the Mideast.
I long to ask the skank who made the “film”, “If you think what you are doing is so righteous, why did you have to lie and trick the actors into participating and dub voices in later?” Whoever made the “film” knew he was creating a shitstorm that would fallout on innocent people. He did not care. As long as he duped the terrorists into demonstrating that “Islam is a cancer”, then that was all that mattered.
We may get to find out the real motivations of the “filmmakers”. Yesterday reporters tracked down some buttmunch named “ Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, who admitted to being the manager of the company that created the movie. Nakoula, 55, was tracked down to an address outside Los Angeles linked to the cell phone with which Bacile spoke with the AP on Tuesday. Nakoula denied being film’s director, and instead said that he knew Bacile. He described himself as a Coptic Christian, and offered a driver’s license to prove his identity, but, according to the AP, he “kept his thumb over his middle name, Basseley.” And, it turns out, federal court documents suggest that Nakoula has been associated with the numerous aliases, including: Thomas J. Tanas, PJ Tobacco, Ahmad Hamdy, Kritbag Difrat, Amal Nada, Erwin Salameh, Daniel K. Caresman, Robert Bacily, and Nicola Bacily. In 2009, Nakoula faced federal bank fraud charges in California. In 2010, he was ordered to pay more than $790,000 in restitution, and sentenced to 21 months in federal prison. He was also ordered not to use computers, cell phones, or the Internet for five years unless he got an ok from a probation officer.”
So this was the kind of person “Sam Bacile” wanted to hire? Yeah, quality all around.
Thanks to the vile extremists who set off another pack of vile extremists, people have lost their lives for no damn good reason.
I loathe extremists, and I suspect God loathes them, too.