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Who Is Responsible For Killing U.S. Ambassador To Libya?

Voice of Russia
September 20, 2012

The killing of US ambassador to Libya: who is to blame?

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Washington sticks to the stupid policy of using Islamic fundamentalists for its own self-serving agenda. The Islamists who stormed the US embassy in Cairo carried Bin Laden portraits.

The founder of the Al Qaeda terrorist network began his murky career in Afghanistan, where he worked as a CIA agent fighting against the country’s legitimate government and Soviet forces deployed there.

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America’s image suffered a major blow following the killing of US ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens in an attack against the American consulate in Benghazi on Tuesday. Throughout time, killing an ambassador has been regarded as a grave insult to the state he represented and has served as a pretext for many wars.

This time, however, there is no one to go into battle against. Ambassador Stevens was killed by those who came to power with American help not long ago. “I keep asking myself,” Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said, in confusion, “how could this have happened in a country that the US helped to liberate?” Apart from asking questions, Washington is sending warships to Libya and neighboring countries and is hastily moving SEAL forces to protect US consulates in troubled countries.

However, US marines will hardly be able to do anything about what can well be described as an unprecedented anti-American uprising which has swept all countries of the Middle East and North Africa and had spread to India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Malaysia, countries of Central Europe, and even faraway Australia.

The shallow and poorly made film denigrating prophet Muhammad became but a tiny spark triggering an explosion of a devastating force. It’s clear to any sober-minded individual that the “masterpiece” which was definitely watched by no more than a handful of Internet surfers couldn’t have set off millions of people in countries scattered all over the world.

The current unrest is the result of years-long discontent over the US doggedness in forcing American values on the rest of the world. On top of that, Washington sticks to the stupid policy of using Islamic fundamentalists for its own self-serving agenda. The Islamists who stormed the US embassy in Cairo carried Bin Laden portraits.

The founder of the Al Qaeda terrorist network began his murky career in Afghanistan, where he worked as a CIA agent fighting against the country’s legitimate government and Soviet forces deployed there. Given that the US continued to adhere to this tactic in subsequent years, the current lamenting over the unthankful Libyans in connection with the killing of Ambassador Stevens, who participated in person in the toppling of Muammar Gaddafi and was linked to Islamists, is either hypocrisy, or political short-sightedness.

I once asked 16th World Chess Champion Anatoly Karpov how many moves ahead he saw in chess and he answered that depending on the circumstances he calculated two or three, or sometimes six or seven moves ahead. It looks like the unfortunate “grandmasters” from Washington never see more than one move ahead. After invading Iraq and removing Saddam Hussein, the Bush-Cheney team stopped planning any further. As a result, the country has plunged into chaos and has become a terrorism hub and Al Qaeda base, thus being on the brink of falling apart.

Current developments in Europe, which was a US stronghold until now, have thrown Washington into outright confusion. The same is true regarding countries that have seen the Arab Spring, which hopefully, will not grow into an ‘Arab Winter’.

Intrigue-prone Republican candidate Mitt Romney is trying to cash in on the current state of affairs by lashing out at Barack Obama with accusations. Even though the current mess was started by the Bush-Cheney administration, the incumbent leadership will have to sort it out, no matter who comes to power in January next year.

And it will be years before this mess is sorted out eventually.

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  1. Mark Robertson
    September 20, 2012 at 2:02 pm | #1

    Ambassador Stevens was killed by the Green Resistance (a.k.a. the “Tahloob.” which is Arabic for Gaddafi loyalists). Islamists had nothing to do with it. The Islamists are pro-USA, and they hate the Green Resistance. And there were no protests anywhere in Benghazi at the time of the attack. The Resistance is gaining momentum, and Washington is desperate to deny it. The attack on the US site in Benghazi was merely their latest score.

    For more info see my article at Global Research…

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/libyas-green-resistance-did-it-and-nato-powers-are-covering-up/

  2. rosemerry
    September 20, 2012 at 6:59 pm | #2

    You are correct in describing the US behaviour, though it may be that the death of Mr Stevens was an accident once the consulate had been set alight.
    the present buikdup of US aircraft acarriers ad lots of other threats in the Persain Gulf can only be escribed as provocations to iran. Imagine Iranian, Chinese, Russian vessels gathering close to the US coast .

  3. rosemerry
    September 20, 2012 at 7:01 pm | #3

    sorry about all the mis typing buildup Persian described

  4. Michael
    September 20, 2012 at 8:42 pm | #4

    Who is responsible?
    U.S. 2010 Nobel Peace Prize recipient for 2010, name escapes me…..and
    Mrs Cruela von Killington servant of Saudi Wahhabism and international banking mafia.

  5. AR
    September 21, 2012 at 7:41 am | #5

    To borrow a quote from the American Secretary of Death, Hillary Clinton about Chris Stevens–he came, he saw, he died.

    • Michael
      September 21, 2012 at 9:14 pm | #6

      And She SCREAMED with JOY!

      • AR
        September 22, 2012 at 1:53 am | #7

        Hitlery Clinton probably a min-orgasm with that squawk.

        In many ways, Lady McDeath is the perfect representative of what the American EvIl Empire truly embodies behind its deceptions about (snicker) “freedom and democrcay.”

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