Thursday, August 8, 2013

US Embassies Attack Since Obama

So we’ve got the left out there spinning the news again without including ALL the facts.  They are desperately reporting the number of Embassy Attacks that happened under GW Bush, but seem acutely unaware of the Embassy attacks since Obama took office. 

It doesn't help that the media is terrified to ask this administration any questions, either.

What good is a media, is journalism when they cannot or will not report the facts?  Here are just a few "facts" that any high school journalist could compile and use to keep people informed and aware of what is really going on, instead of being misled by a biased and cowardly liberal media.

 PHOTO: Pakistani officials and rescue workers gather at the site of bombing in Peshawar, Pakistan on Monday, Sept. 3, 2012.
On April 5, 2010, two bombings in Pakistan killed up to 50 people and injured a 100 more. In the first attack the U.S. Consulate in Peshawar was attacked by militants

Syrian crowds attack US embassy, ambassador's residence July 2011

KABUL, Afghanistan —(Sep 13,2011) Heavily armed insurgents wearing suicide vests struck Tuesday at two of the most prominent symbols of the American diplomatic and military presence in Kabul, the United States Embassy and the nearby NATO headquarters, demonstrating the Taliban’s ability to infiltrate even the most heavily fortified districts of the capital.

Sarajevo Bosnia, (Oct 28, 2011)  Gunman attacks U.S. embassy in Bosnia

On September 13, 2012 protests occurred at the U.S. embassy in Sana'a, Yemen, resulting in the deaths of four protesters and injuries to thirty-five protesters and guards.

 On September 14, theU.S. consulate in Chennai was attacked, resulting in injuries to twenty-five protesters
Protesters in Tunis, Tunisia, climbed the U.S. embassy walls and set trees on fire.

At the US Embassy in Tunis, at least four people were killed and forty-six injured during protests on September 15, 2012

Further protests were held at U.S. diplomatic missions and other locations in the days following the initial attacks. Related protests and attacks resulted in numerous deaths and injuries across the Middle East, Africa, Pakistan and Afghanistan.
There is  a whole list of attacks against embassies last year (2012) 
Reactions to Innocence of Muslims.  Egypt, Yemen, Greece Sudan, Tunisia, India, Indonesia and Pakistan

Then of course the famous Benghazi  Attack.

US Embassy in Egypt and the Sinai Penninsula attacked

Finally there was this.  US Embassy Anakara Turkey 1 February 2013, a suicide bomber detonated his explosives, 6 kilograms (13.2 pounds) of TNT and also, a hand grenade, at a side entrance to the United States embassy in Kavaklıdere district of the Turkish capital, Ankara, killing a Turkish security guard and himself.

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