First Romney, then the You Tube clip, now the Marines are to blame? The Obama administration‘s shifting claims on what took place in Benghazi, Libya on 9/11 became more defiant yesterday when unnamed officials suggested that no amount of security would have mattered in Libya, not even a detachment of US Marines.
This came on the same day the administration also admitted the assault was a terror attack not a protest gone wrong.
Political correctness has led the U.S. government to ignore the growing threat of Muslim-Americans radicalized by the violent Islamist extremist ideology promulgated by al Qaeda and its affiliates, according to a shocking report released by the House Committee on Homeland Security.
By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor
Plans are afoot to push the United States into an attack on Iran. Anyone knowing the political atmosphere would believe this impossible unless something really terrible were to happen. No nation earth, we should believe, would ever stage such an even, dirty bomb or even full scale nuclear attack, as nothing less than that could push Americans to war, not an America very skeptical of 9/11 and its aftermath. However, one nation is free to do just that, knowing it faces no consequences of any kind from America, our closest ally, continually caught spying on us, buying off politicians or, as in Britain, running the government into the ground behind the front of “News Corp” and the Murdoch empire. We need not name that country, not while 81 members of congress are there, entertained, perhaps being recruited?
The real issue is terrorism, the real issue is a potential attack that could kill tens of thousands of Americans. Since 1999, confirmed as the year that the invasion of Iran was decided upon by Israel and their key allies in the US, the “neocons,” world events have been dominated by attempts to pre-stage a massive war on an enemy nearly unassailable, geographically isolated, armed to the teeth and closely aligned with China, the world’s second military power, the nation with the strangelhold on America’s credit purse strings.