The modern American Egyptian saint. Hail or crucify? Let’s get him.
Obama to Condemn Christian Filmmaker Before United Nations
We don’t like the religious and we’re not so hot on movies either. We’re urbane. We are the space age people of doing buggery and drugs in shrinking spaces. Where are the priests? I’ve got some urbanization to do.
Not only are we seeing the White House and State Department call more attention to the Mohammed-mocking “Innocence of Muslims” than any terrorist network ever could’ve hoped for . .
The White House? This?
On September 17, about 500,000 Lebanese protested in Beirut at a rally where Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah made a rare public appearance, calling for sustained protests against the film, calling the protests the “start of a serious movement in defense of the prophet” . .
On September 18, a female suicide bomber drove a car filled with explosives into a mini-bus with foreign aviation workers in Afghanistan, killing at least nine people, reportedly including eight South Africans and a British woman and possibly also a number of Afghans.
The White House’s fault? They can barely run a presidential campaign. They can round up maybe 10,000 people, but only with months of planning. I don’t think so.
. . but the President’s indefensible scapegoating of the film and filmmaker to draw attention and blame away from U.S. security failures apparently knows no bounds . .
My God, between the media and the Obama White House, we are finally witnessing Orwell’s “1984″ blossom to life.
1984: The Breit Bartening. It opens with the Pope of one country. He films a documentary about the Prophet of another country. No one knows about anything ’til a great blogger —–> #WAR. The peasants are screamed into protests of submission. Or submissions of protest. The media rub their hands and broadcast it all. Everybody dies. It’s pretty much The Ghost and Mr. Chicken.