50 Marines sent to Libya after American diplomats killed, Egyptians fly al Qaeda flag in Cairo
Madison Ruppert, Contributor
Thursday, September 13, 2012
After today’s events in Libya and Egypt, it will be much more difficult for the United States government and the controlled establishment media to continue to promulgate the false narrative of “successful” and “peaceful” revolutions.
Of course, for those who were keeping up with these issues, it was clear it was never about so-called democratic protesters or reform. This was reinforced by the quick recognition of the al Qaeda-affiliated rebels in Libya and the funding of the Egyptian military dictatorship despite the countless human rights violations and genuine concerns of the people of Libya and Egypt.
It’s quite unfortunate to say that this type of activity is hardly surprising given the Libyan rebels have been directly linked to heinous racist crimes and other human rights violations with very little in the way of freedom.
The attack in Libya, which Danger Room called, “a pitched battle,” is quite troubling, not only since it resulted in the tragic death of four Americans, but also because U.S. personnel repeatedly tried, and failed, to regain control of the consulate.