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Words Fail as Images of Egypt's American Embassy and Amb. Stevens Tell All That is Needed

Reader comment on item: Another Islamist Assault, Another Western Cringe

Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Sep 13, 2012 at 11:49

As was shared elsewhere, 'the outrageous circumstance of the death of Christopher Stevens in Libya is more than an affront to the former prestige of America on the African continent; that it is a signal of a change of circumstances which are going unnoticed for the lack of understanding by the United States government, showing its Secretary of State in the dark and, under the ruse of faux concern for the issues of the Middle East, Candidate Obama purposefully being coy in politically measured response. Further, in the likely situation that anyone might think the timing with the elitist Islamic revolution's attack on the United States Embassy in Egypt was a merely coincidental turn of events as the American representatives were violated in warlike terms, understand this - the empty rhetoric coming from the American Chief Executive on this notorious anniversary was shouted down by the jeers of the Muslims wanting to disrupt the memory of September 11, 2001. In their minds, Cordoba is just around the corner.'

The existing state of war that was started by the Iranian Islamic revolution in the seventies has turned a very sharp corner and has implicated a signal in the stance that the radical Islamists understand but the west is still trying to figure out. That in the background there are forces at work to deceive the general masses is only perceptible to those who know what is really about to happen. The American Administration is in the forefront in the deception, calling out Gov. Romney for one reason for attempting to expose the ruse by making him the scapegoat for their own plan of attack against the unsuspecting American public.

Ultimately, what is as stake beyond the total collapse of the Constitution in the United States is that the United States is being brought under fire for its former support of Israel, a position that is now, not only at risk, but is barely on life support. The nod to Israel is NOT to count upon America; you are on your own. It will be the American Administration's current office holder that will be in the background watching as the world is prepared to pounce upon Israel as he has cast PM Netanyahu adrift as far as America is concerned, even as the conservatives are being drowned out by the progressive secularists over Israel's plight.

Look at the pictures of the American embassy in Egypt under assault and realize that this is the imagery that will be coming more and more frequently. Look at the image of the body of Christopher Stevens on the front page of the Los Angeles Times being displayed in the same way Muammar Ghaddafi was and realize this is exactly how they think of America; and the White House cannot utter the words of realism that the American people need to see that life as they knew it is about to be 'fundamentally changed' as the campaign of Candidate Obama goes forward. There are no more words………

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