Monday, September 17, 2012

Spreading American Values

After the horrible murder of the U.S. Ambassador to Lybia, everyone was quick to blame his death on a low budget, lousy bit of anti-Islamic propaganda produced in the U.S. The initial reports we heard on the MSM led most of us to believe that the attack on the U.S. embassy in Lybia was the result of a spontaneous mob outraged over internet clips of the movie.

This led the maker of the movie to be "brought in for questioning."

Now we are hearing reports that this was a premeditated attack which would explain the fact that the attack occurred on the anniversary of 9/11.

But why Lybia, and why this particular Ambassador?

The HillBuzz's Kevin DuJan is a "Gay conservative political analyst, essayist, author and radio and TV commentator on politics, pop culture, LGBTQ issues, and current events," and his shocking report (warning graphic content) alleges that the U.S. Ambassador to Lybia was homosexual, and that his body was ritually sodomized by his attackers.

If true, then this becomes more than just a story of a mob incited by our freedom of speech. It becomes a story about the perception that America is trying to spread, not only its liberty to insult others, but its sexual immorality to an unwilling world.

Stopping the spread of American liberal sexuality is quite possibly one goal of radical Islam.

Throw in a dash of mockery of Muhammed, and a pre-planned attack would quickly get the green light to go.

If the story is true, then Our State Department should be considered in part to blame for the terrible sequence of events in Lybia. What kind of outfit would permit someone with a bull's eye on his chest to walk into a shooting gallery? Maybe somebody there needs to be brought in for questioning.

If the story is true, then why has it been buried?

Because nobody here wants to talk about this "American value" and its insulting effect on the Islamic world at this particular time.

No we would rather talk about a lousy movie.


  1. Nothing all that new here. One of the reasons the British Foreign Office was so strongly Arabist was the number of homosexuals in it. And public face aside, there was and is a similar compondent in the Arab world.

  2. If this had happened in the U.S. there would be accusations of "Hate Crime!"

    I guess it is politically incorrect to suggest that there are people in the Arab world who hate us, who hate our culture, and who hate our loose morals.

  3. Our Protestant heritage cannot tolerate a legalism such as Islamic Law. We live (especially Arminians) as if the spirit of the law is greater then the letter. Plus, there are concerns that with a decreasing Protestantism--we'll need to restrict Muslim immigration. However, most Americans just want pornography and secularized religion. When one makes the comparison to earlier anti-Catholic concerns, they miss our point that Catholics are a shadow government.