Thursday, September 13, 2012

Obama's intentionally set fires are spreading

U.S. embassies attacked in Yemen, Egypt after Libya envoy killed

That is right folks, this president may very well go down in history as the biggest arsonist of all time. Watch what happens now all across the middle east. The seeds have been planted and nurtured by the Obama administration. Arab Spring is going to bring forth terror as has not yet been seen in the world. And the hustler from Chicago, whose only experience prior to becoming president was organizing civil unrest, will finally demonstrate to America and the world what his greatest achievement will be.

He will be solely responsible for setting the middle east a blaze and for seeing Israel attacked and our troops attacked in the middle east.Millions will die.  No jobs worries here, no economic worries to concern himself with, no cares or concerns for the plight of America period.

Hell no, this president is on a mission of nation destroying. Imperialist and colonialist be damned! Yo hell with your petty miseries! It is time to pay for your transgressions against the world and the savior of Africa and Islam is here to see to it that the dreams of his father are fulfilled.
Protesters break the windows of the U.S. embassy in Sanaa September 13, 2012. REUTERS-Khaled Abdullah

SANAA/CAIRO | Thu Sep 13, 2012 8:53am EDT
(Reuters) - Demonstrators attacked the U.S. embassies in Yemen and Egypt on Thursday in protest at a film they consider blasphemous to Islam and American warships headed to Libya after the death of the U.S. ambassador there in related violence earlier in the week.
Hundreds of Yemeni demonstrators broke through the main gate of the heavily fortified compound in eastern Sanaa, shouting "We sacrifice ourselves for you, Messenger of God". Earlier they smashed windows of security offices outside the embassy and burned cars.
"We can see a fire inside the compound and security forces are firing in the air. The demonstrators are fleeing and then charging back," one witness told Reuters. A security source said at least 15 people were wounded, some by bullets. An embassy spokesman said its personnel were reported to be safe.
In Egypt, protesters hurled stones at a police cordon around the U.S. embassy in central Cairo after climbing into the embassy and tearing down the American flag. The state news agency said 13 people were injured in violence which erupted on Wednesday night after protests on Tuesday.
A day earlier, Islamist gunmen staged a military-style assault on the U.S. consulate and a safe house refuge in Benghazi, eastern Libya. The U.S. ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans died in the assault, carried out with guns, mortars and grenades. Eight Libyans were injured.

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