Benghazi attack was an inside job
By Jeffrey Phelps | Examiner.com
No matter how you slice it, the September 11, 2012 attacks on the American embassy and nearby CIA annex in Benghazi, Libya that caused the deaths of four Americans, including US ambassador Christopher Stevens and three State Department officials, was an inside job.
Appearing on Denver’s KUSA Saturday for the purposes of reaching out to a heavily contested battleground state that appears to be leaning toward Mitt Romney less than two weeks away from the general election, Barack Obama was grilled about the fairness of waiting until after the election to give Americans, hungry for answers, any information about the attack, yet continued to duck legitimate questions regarding the burnt out Libyan consulate and nearby CIA annex outpost.
Despite the obvious political expedience of wanting to wait until after the election to publicly deal with the tragic situation, Obama denied that the election had anything to do with not wanting to answer America’s questions and continued to repeat the same response given since deciding to finally admit the attacks were not a spontaneous act of an unruly mob. “The situation is still under investigation” and the administration wants to “get it right,” prior to answering any questions, the president repeated.
One can only wonder why the administration didn’t feel the same way about making sure they “got it right,” prior to attempting the sale of the month-long falsehood that the attack was merely a spontaneous uprising in response to a YouTube video. A claim that ended up resulting in the humiliating detainment and interrogation of individuals associated with the video, despite the video having nothing at all to do with the situation.
Now the questions continue to grow louder. Yet, quickly approaching two months later, despite demands by family members of the slain ambassador and his colleagues, the Obama administration and Hillary Clinton’s State Department continue to refuse answering the many very serious questions that have emerged since the attack that happened on the ironically coincidental anniversary of 9/11, 2001.
As the questions and evidence continue to mount about who was actually behind the attacks, undeterred by the official silence, and the fact that multiple cries for help landed on deaf ears and were openly ignored until it was far too late, it may in fact be Americans and the victim’s families that end up deciding just how important these attacks are and just how they end up effecting the election, despite what appears to be a massive cover-up and a blatant disregard for the truth about what happened in Benghazi.
One of those pieces of evidence emerging happens to be who ended up taking responsibility for the attacks, Ansar al-Sharia, a faction of Al Qaeda... The so-called “terrorist” organization that, admittedly (Hillary Clinton), solely exists due to the original founding and funding of the organization by the CIA and their late asset, Osama bin Laden, before his death in late 2001 from “natural causes.” What the American people are still waiting for, however, is an admission to the fact that Al Qaeda is still being used by the CIA in various parts of the Middle East, including Libya, for the purposes of, among other things, the continued sale of terror propaganda in the Western establishment’s mainstream media and for the destabilization of certain energy-rich nations that are also seen as obstacles to an agenda that maintains the fraudulent federal reserve note as the world’s reserve currency. Afghanistan, Iraq, Egypt, Syria, Libya and others, including Iran, are perfect examples of nations that fall within various gray areas of the agenda, clearly spelled out over a decade ago in documents written by the neocon family of political operatives, entitled “Project for a New American Century” (PNAC).
The establishment’s media continues to use the term “rebels” to describe the forces involved in bringing down undesirable governments, dictators and regimes, but when the black flag of Al Qaeda Rose over the courthouse in Benghazi after the fall of the Muammar Gaddafi regime in late 2011, it was clear that NATO/CIA-backed Al Qaeda forces were once again responsible for the destabilization and ultimate destruction of another nation that was simply unwilling to play ball with these globalist organizations (central banks, war profiteering corporations, etc.) and their Middle Eastern/North African agenda. Since then Al Qaeda and its various factions, like Ansar al-Sharia, have been in overall control of the war-torn Libyan state and the so-called “terror” attacks that continue to happen there. Quite obviously with monetary and weapons support by Western backed forces and the US military-industrial complex, even as the media continues to sell the propaganda that Al Qaeda is the reason for the continued loss of liberties here at home and why the TSA continues to stick their hands down our pants and rip out the colostomy bags of the elderly at airports across the country.
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