Libya Attack Is There A Higher Conspiracy?

@artemeis (4070)
September 13, 2012 9:50am CST
With all the developments on the attack on US embassy in Benghazi, Egypt; I could not help feeling confused and come out with some disturbing questions. On top of the list is, is Sam Bacile really an Israeli? Now I know some of you may disagree with me but IMO I really do not think any Jew would do such a irresponsible act as to take it upon his race and country to offend the Muslim world. The reason is simple, Israelis have come a long way to have a peaceful relationship with her Muslim neighbors and they know too well the consequences and ramifications for such slandering outburst. Also, the production doesn't really portray what Jews would do and bring trouble to their race and country. Guess what? It seems like this Sam Bacile is not even in existence, as confirmed by the Israeli Foreign Ministry and he is missing - in other words, gone into hiding. Next, the movie was claimed to be financed by Jew donors to the amount of U$5 million. However, the film's trailer just indicates otherwise with its crude, cartoonish and most of all, more like a cheap flick production. Again, I do not think the Jews would support such a lunatic idea and movie. From this, I cannot help feeling that the whole thing just smells fishy and conclude that the production movie could have come from the Muslim extremist plotting to hit the Americans and Israelis. Spare a minute, the production is just too questionable and the timing of the release of the movie which coincides with the anniversary of 9/11 is too impeccable. The whole thing just isn't as simple as it seems to be.
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@deazil (4547)
• United States
13 Sep 12
According to Steve Klein, a member of a far right anti-Islamic Christian group who says he helped with the film's production, he met Sam Bacile twice and "he is not a citizen of Israel. He is in hiding." Klein said Bacile was not Israeli or Jewish. He suggested he was an Arab Christian who was a U.S. citizen. Klein also said that Bacile and the film's other backers were "refugees from the Middle East. The folks that I'm working with have come from a culture where they've been tracked down, driven from their homes. Close family members have been kidnapped, raped and murdered," said Klein of the filmmaker. Christians in much of the Middle East are persecuted and their plight has been made a cause for many American Fundamentalist Christians. Courtesy of ABC News
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@artemeis (4070)
• China
14 Sep 12
So far, I am really suspicious with the whole incident here. Until now, Sam Bacile the alleged producer actually turn out to be a fictitious pen name. Now, it seems like another individual by the name of Nakoula Basseley is the actual director of the movie. I believe time will tell but I hope that it would not be turn out to be a terrorist conspiracy in the end.