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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

“Innocence of Muslims” Psyop is About Crushing Libya’s Growing Green Revolution

Guest Post by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: (H/T Jan) An Egyptian Muslim noticed something “odd” about all of this and posted a comment on a Reddit thread dealing with this psyop. I post his entire comment below after the original article. It’s worth reading (thanks Jan)
Since Chris Stevens was supposedly murdered yesterday  by some angry Muslims in Benghazi (how exactly does someone die of smoke inhalation in a car with windows? How do 4 people die that way at the same time without at least one of them thinking about rolling down a window?), President Obama has unleashed the anti-terrorism fast response team of U.S. Marines to the area to put “boots on the ground” and protect our interests in the newly formed, post regime change Libya.

I’ve been working on this story since late last night when I posted one of the first alternative news articles about the pathetic cobbled together film school video at the heart of all this called “Innocence of Muslims”. It’s been a long night.

After careful consideration I have determined that this entire, ham-handed and rushed psyop seems to have been scripted in order to create a narrative to justify President Obama putting boots on the ground in Libya to crush a real revolution that is taking place and has been growing since the United States orchestrated the fake revolution in that country last year.

Several key aspects of this situation are not being discussed at all in the MSM and I think the people have a right to know. Is this another Gulf of Tonkin event? Let’s see.

1. Blamed the Green Revolution first
“In the confusion surrounding the murders of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya yesterday, the Libyan government — which exists due to the military intervention of the US and NATO — initially left the impression that loyalists to dead dictator Moammar Qaddafi conducted the assassinations.” HotAir
At first the story was it was the loyalists who perpetrated this attack. They would be the Green Revolution which has been steadily gaining influence in Libya since the United States bombed that country back into the stone ages and set the mercenaries loose to rape and murder various other religions while stealing everything not nailed down.
In January of this year, globalist mouthpiece Franklin Lamb penned this about the growing Green Revolution “threat” in Syria in an article titled “Will a Pro-Gadhafi Revolution Topple the NTC?“…
There is clear and growing pro-Gadhafi political and military activity here and it is why NTC leader Mustapha Abdul Jalil, the other day warned against the Gadhafi children raising an insurrection. Aisha Gadhafi, given Saif’s current incarceration, is perhaps the likely leader, given her intelligence, energy and strong commitment to replace “NATO’s rebels”, vindicate her father, preserve his correct legacy, and organize a reform movement along the lines that she and some family members and loyalists were working–with the approval, she claims, of her father before his death.
Every night more pro-Gadhafi graffiti appears on street walls, buildings and around Green (Martyrs) Square. Activists, and there appear to be more every day, assert that so far the NTC has not attacked them and they feel fairly free to speak out and even organize. It is anyone’s guess how long this situation will exist before a violent crackdown and open fighting.” Franklin Lamb
The State Department has been shipping thousands of the terrorists they used to destabilize Libya over to Syria for that same purpose.  That’s well and good for their Syrian destabilization campaign, but it leaves a serious power vacuum in Libya which the Green Revolution was probably figuring could be an opportunity for them.
Now we have a dead U.S. ambassador and the justification to put Marine counter-terrorism boots on the ground in Libya.

2. Why the “Innocence of Muslims” farce?
That answer is quite simple: the last thing this administration wants to do is play into the alternative narrative that they support certain revolutions while crushing others. You can site which ever you like for that reference… Yemen, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Palestine, Israel even… just fill in the blanks.
So they couldn’t come right out and say they needed to run midnight raids on dissident’s homes in Libya, black bagging the “leftists” in front of their kids and shipping them off to black sites or handing them over to the terrorists who run Libya now.
That wouldn’t do. We support “revolutions” these days, remember?

3. Odd Circumstances of Ambassador’s death
For the moment, I will not go into all the details of why I think the death of these men is so odd only to say that it has been reported by MSM sources and alternative ones alike, that the security forces in Libya assigned to protect our ambassador and the consulate itself, were the ones who basically handed over the victims to the mob.
Yes, that’s right, they forced them out of the consulate and moved them to a less secure location, then reportedly told the mob where they were. This startling report comes from a Libyan Interior Ministry official.
Wanis al-Sharef, a Libyan Interior Ministry official in Benghazi, said the four Americans were killed when the angry mob, which gathered to protest a U.S.-made film that ridicules Islam’s Prophet Muhammad, fired guns and burned down the U.S. consulate in Benghazi.
He said Stevens, 52, and other officials were moved to a second building, deemed safer, after the initial wave of protests at the consulate. According to al-Sharef, members of the Libyan security team seem to have indicated to the protesters the building to which the American officials had been relocated, and that building then came under attack.CBS
4. Bani Walid lost to Green Revolution
Just the other day the leadership of the puppet regime in Libya attempted to cut a deal with the real revolutionaries who recently retook Bani Walid and still control it today under the banner of the Green Flag. It appears the leaders of that revolution aren’t quite as willing to sell out to Western corporations as the Benghazi crowd was last year.
“Bani Walid, a town of some 100,000 residents some 150 kilometers (90 miles) southeast of Tripoli, was the last stronghold for Gadhafi loyalists, falling in October 2011 days after the leader was killed by revolutionary forces.
But Gadhafi loyalists rose up again in January and retook the town, expelling ex-rebels and dozens of their family members. It remains isolated from the rest of Libya, highlighting the weakness of a central government that lacks strong security forces to impose authority on the numerous local militia groups which dominate much of the country.” Washington Post
Egypt’s puppet regime is calling for more protests on Friday.
It looks to me like these two nations are about to see the endgame of the regime change gambit… U.S. forces on the ground, in country, with land, air, and sea bases being built at the cost of billions of dollars to the U.S. tax payers.

What is going to happen in Libya specifically is going to be counter-terrorism assault teams, what used to be called “death squads”, rolling in and removing the “leftist” element in the country so they can’t stage another revolution like the one Gadhafi won so many years ago.

This crappy psyop is just the opening narrative, the justification they need to rush in there with our troops to attack civilians who dare to oppose the form of government we forced on them. Is it a Gulf of Tonkin event? Did it really happen the way they claim it did? Hard to say at this point, but we know that the Green Revolution didn’t do it and in fact we know that the Libyan puppet regime are the ones who ratted out our ambassador’s location.

Considering the fact that it isn’t an isolated incident and the fact that it all stems from the ridiculous “Innocence of Muslims” psyop effort, makes me think that once again our puppets over there are simply doing what they have been told to do.

Fact is, without U.S. troops stationed in Libya, those rabbles of mercenary thugs stand little to no chance of holding the country. The VAST majority of the population supported Gadhafi and certainly does not support the terrorists who attacked them and murdered him.

It was inevitable that the U.S. would eventually have to put large numbers of troops in place in Libya to help our puppet rule while handing over the wealth of the nation to various oligarchs and multinationals.
This is just the pretext to justify it.

UPDATE 1: comment from Egyptian Muslim
[–]Callmeces 21 points 1 hour ago
As an Egyptian muslim, there are a few things I noticed here in the media(whether television or people on the web) in the past 5 days:
The video has been on the web since July, there wasn’t much done about it back then, and not a lot of people cared since that’s how this type of trash should be treated.
Suddenly the video became viral, all Islamic channels on youtube who usually share videos about Religion related stuff, they all shared this one and even some uploaded it themselves.
It was common knowledge to some of those people that this movie was an official one, that it was going to be played on 9/11 as a national thing.
The night before 9/11 it was announced that they were going to “protest” the movie.
Mubarak’s regime media(Some of them are still on air) were putting gas next to fire, they were acting really angry, some of them who never talk about these types of thing did a full show about it. Telling people that they need to show their anger.
Usually Embassies have a lot of security, the US embassy had almost NONE, which is extremely weird compared to a last week protest near the Syrian embassy tear gas grenades were fired almost instantly.
The attack in Libya was sudden for me honestly, instant RPG without protesting first or anything of that sort, I don’t understand.
Conspiracy theory and all of that I know, but there is something wrong about this in my opinion.
TL;DR: People believed it was a national fully funded american movie, that the americans were responsible for and that they were pushed into that direction.

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