Jimmy Carter supported Islamic extremists in Iran, and was rewarded by them taking hundreds of Americans hostage. Obama decided to follow Carter’s brilliant strategy, and has managed to achieve the same effect at multiple embassies.
However, Obama has taken a different approach. Carter never apologized to the terrorists after the fact.
Mideast Turmoil Spreads to U.S. Embassy in Yemen – NYTimes.com
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releasing a tacky movie right round 911 time.gee that takes some dumb!
guess the alCIAda fellas were busy this last week or so to ensure continued strife for the agitprop agenda…like 911 gotta get everyone all stirred up to agree to yet another falseflag war
Is it more likely that mideast protesters saw the tacky movie, or that they saw the 9/11 message and call to arms by Ayman al Zawahiri ?
Oh look! The Arabs are feeling better about themselves! Yippeeee!!!
The Turkey has landed!
The movie has been on You Tube for over 2 months. Someone translated it and put it on Mideastern TV, just recently, obviously to get this reaction.
Remember, they’re just excitable boys ….
Talk about crazy:
“Earlier today President Muhammad Morsi promised to sue the US filmmakers who produced a movie that insulted the prophet Mohammad.”
This is what happens when you give face time to tin pot dictators, suddenly they feel that their stone age belief systems somehow apply to everyone.
Trivial poop. Obviously staged, as have been so many provocations.
Action > Reaction > Action > Reaction > Action. They play the public’s emotions like a violin, not just in the Middle East, but in the U.S. To get what they want, to “save you” from something: greedy speculators or subprime mortgage liars, carbon dioxide or oil companies, American Devils or fanatical Muslims. They’ll invent a conflict if none is there, always to save you.
They will be there, always to save you from something. But they can’t save you from yourself.
It was almost comical how the Iranians dropped the hostages like hot potatoes the moment Reagan took power. While Carter exuded weakness, Reagan exuded that he was not to be f***ed with.
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Carter has since apologized many times, he just did not do it while in office.