Jihad at work: Muslims "spontaneously" on the rampage
PARIS. The 9/11 anniversary jihad operation was quite successful in France as in the rest of the world. An act of war–the attack against the American Consulate in Benghazi – was marketed as a spontaneous popular demonstration against an Islamophobe film that inadvertently led to the demise of three Americans including the ambassador to Libya.
Primary responsibility for the cover up lies of course with the Obama administration but French media willingly obliged. While gruesome photos of Ambassador Chris Stevens, still alive, dragged through the streets like a bagged animal, manhandled, photographed like a trophy, and probably subjected to the ultimate outrage were circulating on the Net, UN Ambassador Susan Rice engaged in grotesque damage control and French reporters in Benghazi peddled the same version, which they called the "real story” based on inside information from Libyan authorities.
The story eventually collapsed but it had served its purpose: The good people of our beleaguered free world, who heard virtually nothing about an act of war (most probably don’t know there is such a thing), are now steeped in the concept of Islamophobia. The couplet is engraved in press agency stone, repeated from morning to night: "The attack against the American embassy in reaction to an Islamophobe film. …” The ambassador and his countrymen "lost their lives” the way someone loses an umbrella. Muslims are on the rampage, burning flags and embassies, and it is all about an Islamophobe film.
Paris had the distinction, on September 15, of being one of the rare European countries to have its own mini-demonstration: some 250 "extremists” bearing the black flag of Islam, horrified by the Islamophobe film, tried to approach the American Embassy. A symbolic gesture. They lacked the means to storm the fortress and were no match for the French police, though they managed to injure a few in an outburst of violence that no one, it seems, captured on film. There is a video of high points of the demonstration, including the inevitable "get the Jews” chant, "Khaybar, Khaybar ya yahud.” And even if they didn’t go on to the next line, we know what it is: "Jaish Mohamed saya’ud” [Mohamed’s army is on its way]. The mainstream media censored that portion, the same way they censor footage of the humiliations of the murdered American ambassador. Interior Minister Manuel Valls, however, has on several occasions referred to that "unacceptable slogan”. Incidentally, his popularity increases as the president’s ratings plunge. An archetypical punk jihadi featured on the cleaned-up reports of the demonstration (that did include street prayers on the Champs Elysées), proudly displayed his ignorance of the laws of the République. "Yer not allowed t’make images of the prophet y’know, ye can’t insult him. …” (continue reading...)