The enemedia is going after the filmmaker and anyone who gave him money for his work. The thugs in the mainstream media are blaming the acts of war and the savage murder of our US Ambassador and staff on defenders of freedom -- they are the enemy, make no mistake about it.
That youtube video has been up for months. The jihadists were just looking for any excuse to attack us on September 11th. They knew their quislings in the media would lap it up and hunt down voices of freedom.
Dave Tombers has an good piece on the war:
President Obama today condemned as “senseless violence” the attacks on the nation’s Libyan embassy that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three others, but he also said the U.S. “rejects efforts to denigrate the religious beliefs of others.”
But that statement appears to blame free speech instead of the perpetrators for the violence, and that’s out of line, according to several experts on the influence of Shariah law and critics of what then follows.
“In any war between the civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man. Obama’s foreign policy supports the savage,” wrote Pamela Geller on her Atlas Shrugs website.
She noted that Obama’s criticism of free speech echoed a statement issued earlier by the embassy in Egypt, which said, “We condemn the continuing efforts by misguided individuals to hurt the religious feelings of Muslims.”
“He is sanctioning Islam’s blasphemy laws, which forbid criticism of Islam. The sanctioning of the blasphemy laws and the threat – and now reality of Islamic violence against those who transgress against those laws – has led to this act of war, and will lead to further acts of war,” she said.
Reports say that the radical Muslims were angered by “Innocence of Muslims,” a “low-quality film” that is reported to mock Muhammad.
Geller, who also is executive director of the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI) and Stop Islamization of America (SIOA) didn’t waste any time in labeling Obama’s foreign policy as a contributing factor in the deaths of Americans.
“I warned countless times of the catastrophic consequences of Obama’s foreign policy,” Geller tells WND. “I warned that Obama was helping to install a Shariah government with jihadist ties in Libya.
“I have for years now warned Americans about Obama’s pro-jihadist, anti-freedom foreign policy. By murdering the ambassador, Libya has declared war on the United States,” she said.
“And his apology was worst of all,” she continued. “Condemning filmmakers and cartoonists for this is just as much of an act of war on America as the attacks themselves – it is an act of war on our very ideals, an act of war on the First Amendment.”
The director of Jihad Watch, Robert Spencer, told WND that the ones responsible for rage and murder are the jihadists, but he also criticized the U.S. government reaction.
“Instead of condemning the murder and mayhem designed to intimidate Americans into not speaking freely about jihad and Islam, Obama has freely abdicated his responsibility to stand for the freedom of speech,” Spencer told WND.
“In reality, the only ones responsible for jihad rage and murder are the jihadists,” he said. “If you hit me or call me a name, my reaction is up to me. There is no automatic, default-mode reaction to which I am bound.
“If Muslims in Egypt and Libya were insulted by this film, (although it appears that they found it while looking for something to get insulted about), their reaction was up to them. It was not incited by the film,” he said.
“They could have laughed it off, or wept, or dismissed it with contempt, or prepared a rebuttal, or any number of other things. Instead, they rioted and killed. Those who did so are the only ones responsible for that. No one else,” he said.
“But this will be used to further calls for censorship and to abet the Islamic war against the freedom of speech,” he said.
Spencer also wrote about the killings, under a picture of a bloodied Ambassador Stevens, on his website, Jihadwatch.org, and had this to say, “The torture and murder of Chris Stevens shows what jihadist savagery looks like. Remember this picture the next time someone tells you that concern about jihad and Islamic supremacism is all about ‘Islamophobia.’”