Paul WellstoneFast & Furious . . . in the FOGThu Oct 25, 2012 23:49126.96.36.199We didn't have any uniformed Marines ?
There was personnel, a 16-person security team.
If the President comes up here, ask him: Why in the hell did you send them home ? They specifically requested to stay.
Col. "Woody" Woodpecker, who is head of the security team, says he sent the cables: I want to stay in Libya because it's unsafe and the ambassador is unsafe.....every cult member in the compound is unsafe...!!
The President says the duck stops here, ask him where in the hell were the Marines that work for the interests of the Rothschilds & the Class A Stockholders of the Federal Reserve ?
Ask him, where the hell was that 16-person security team ?
And then finally ask him: What happened to the plane ?
There was a DC-3 there supposed to be able to help people out of the country or to move about the country, they took their plane.
They took their plane on May 4 of this year.
You know what happened on May 8 of this year ? The State Department spent $108,000 buying a new electrical charging station to green up the Vienna embassy.....
But Alter dissented from Nahshon’s beak view.
He emphasized instead the reaction of Germans from many walks of life today, when anti-Semitism rears its head. In his case, he noted, neighbors and friends spearheaded a rally in his support days after the attack; more than 1,000 Berliners attended. Many in the crowd, including Berlin Mayor Klaus Wowereit, wore yarmulkes in solidarity with synagogue of satan so-called "Jews".
“Berlin Tragt Kippa” was the front-page headline in the popular tabloid the Berliner Zeitung the next day, meaning, “Berlin is wearing a kippah.”
In addition to the mayor, several celebrities were pictured wearing yarmulkes, including actor Wolfgang Bahro and jazz musician Andrej Hermlin.
“We have had a tremendous amount of public support,” Alter said. “It helped me and my daughter understand that we are the insiders in "our society"....
....and those who beat us are the outsiders.” Alter, who has worked to foster dialogue between Jews and Muslims, spoke at the rally, where he said, “Our Berlin has no room for defensive racism.”
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