Thursday, July 04, 2013

The Egyptian Connection

The Egyptian Connection
We all know the anti-Muslim video excuse of Obama was a blatant lie, although the State Department and President Obama kept peddling it for several weeks.  The Question is, Why!

By de Andréa
July 4, 2013

So is there a connection between the Obama agenda of aid to the Syrian Brotherhood and the Morsi agenda of getting the Blind Sheik released and the Benghazi attack?  The evidence says ‘a big fat in your face’ YES!

The attack in Cairo, in fact, had been advertised in advance in Egyptian media as a demonstration for the release of Omar Abdel-Rahman, the "blind sheik," who is serving a life sentence in the U.S. for his role in planning the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.  His son, Abdallah Abdel Rahman, had publicly said in July 2012 that he would organize such a protest at the Cairo embassy.

The very day of the demonstration, September 11, CNN interviewed Abdallah Abdel Rahman, who said explicitly that the protests were about freeing his father.  A banner calling for the sheik's release is seen in the background of that report as CNN's correspondent walks toward the embassy.

Morsi has made the release of Rahman one of the major issues for his administration, (it still is) and he had called for Rahman's freedom just a week before the Cairo protests.

Leading up to the attack in Benghazi, a group calling itself the Omar Abdul Rahman Brigades was implicated in a June bombing at the U.S. mission.  It also had targeted the convoy of a British ambassador in Benghazi.  The same group has been connected to the January siege at the Algerian natural-gas plant that left 38 dead.

Tying all these bits of circumstantial evidence together strongly suggests that Morsi and other Egyptian leaders may have been involved in a plot to kidnap ambassador Stevens in Benghazi so that he could be exchanged for the Blind Sheik's freedom, but - that something went very wrong, resulting in the ambassador's death and the deaths of American Seals during the attack.

Since Benghazi, Obama’s cover-up, the firing or reassignment of personnel with knowledge of the attack, the hiding of witnesses and the continued favored treatment of Morsi's government and the Muslim Brotherhood suggest other sinister possibilities.

Although the U.S. media have tried to ignore the Benghazi story, a picture nonetheless has emerged from the work of a few intrepid journalists and from stories in foreign media that Obama long before publicly supporting the Syrian "rebels" was using the Benghazi facility to smuggle arms and al-Qaeda-linked fighters to SyriaThat likely is the reason for the cover-up, because Obama didn't want the information about his underhanded backdoor funding of the Syrian war to get into the New York Times.

But this latest bit of information -- combined with what we know about the high-level refusal to tighten security in Benghazi, or to send in troops to stop the attack on the day it happened -- raises more disturbing questions.

We must also be aware of President Obama's global support for the Muslim Brotherhood agenda, as well as the several highly placed officials in his Administration with ties to the Brotherhood terrorist group, including former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's right-hand aide Huma Abedin.  Moreover, we must finally ask:  Did President Obama give approval or assist in any way with a plot by Egyptian President Morsi to kidnap the U.S. ambassador to use as a bargaining chip to free the Blind Sheik?

It is a bone-chilling question to ask.  It's not a question Americans should have to ask, much less answer.  But to date, it seems to be one of the most plausible explanations for what happened in Benghazi and why Obama has so feverishly worked to cover it up.

Please Support those in Washington that are investigating the Benghazi cover-up.  There’s no doubt that something smells like camel dung here, and it shouldn’t just be allowed to be buried.

Thanks for listening – de Andréa

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