The Fruits of NerObama's Unconstitutional Foreign Policy
September 13, 2012 • 10:38AM

On the eleventh anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, British-coordinated, and Saudi-run, terrorist attacks on the United States, terrorists in Benghazi, Libya, killed U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other American Foreign Service employees, as they tried to flee to safety from the U.S. consulate.

On the same day, just a few hours earlier, Islamic militants assaulted the U.S. embassy in Cairo, Egypt, scaled the walls surrounding the fortress-like structure, burned the American flag and replaced it with an al-Qaeda-associated black flag with the Muslim declaration of faith "there is no god but God and Muhammad is his prophet." Egyptian security forces did not attempt to stop the protesters, reportedly because their actions were not violent.

What ostensibly set off the violence was the 14-minute trailer posted to YouTube, for a wildly provocative and pornographic, cartoonish film denigrating the prophet Muhammad, produced by California-based U.S.-Israeli real estate mogul Sam Bacile and promoted by Florida pastor Terry Jones, whose anti-Islamist activities in 2010 and 2011, including the threat to publicly burn a Koran, set off protests across South West Asia. Although the trailer has been circulating on YouTube for two weeks, rumors that Bacile's film — reportedly there are actually two of them — was about to become a Hollywood blockbuster to be shown throughout the U.S. were ostensibly the immediate trigger for the violence. Bacile claims he's planning a film series of 200 hours to demonstrate "the destructive ideology of Islam."

But these are just the immediate excuses for activating what was clearly a long-standing capability. What Americans are being forcec to recognize are the horrific fruits of Nerobama's unconstitutional and murderous foreign policy, which has brought the United States into alliance with al-Qaeda and other jihadists under the control of the British Empire's puppet masters, who are driving the world toward thermonuclear war.

Even though the U.S. State Department had issued a travel warning to all Americans, urging them to stay out of Libya two weeks ago, there were no Marine guards at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi. Security was largely in the hands of the local Benghazi public safety commission, which, Libyan sources report, was penetrated by at least two members of the Ansar al-Sharia group that led the violent attack on the consulate. Libya has been a major source of weapons to the Syrian opposition, as well as Jihadi recruits fresh from the combat experience of overthrowing and executing Qddafi, so there is no ambiguity about Libya as a hotbed of neo-Salafi and tribal conflict, leaning toward virtual ungovernability.

Ambassador Stevens had in fact been a key figure in helping to "liberate" Libya from Qadaffi, as part of Obama's unconstitutional military intervention into that country, which left it in a state of utter political and economic chaos. Hillary Clinton might want to reflect on the answer to the question she herself posed to the press today, in commenting on events in Benghazi.

"I ask myself, how could this happen? How could this happen in a country we helped liberate, in a city we helped save from destruction? This question reflects just how complicated and, at times, how confounding the world can be."

Look to the man in the White House for the answer to that question, and get him out now!