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13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Bengazhi
Yes, I would say I am always behind on many things, movies being one. So...I just watched this the other day and it was released in November 2016. What I am never behind on is ripping the scabs off that need to be ripped off because, many Americans just love to forget the unpleasantries but I have found the more you bury and forget them, the more they just pop up again on a different day...in a different way. with the same sad results. This movie had a low critics rating of 50% percent but an audience rating of 82%, I give it a 90%. The first rating reflecting Politics and the second rating reflecting the Audience. Audience wins out over Critics every time...if you do not know why then, most likely you belong in the arena with the Critics anyway. Not to worry though, absolutely no Politics involved in their movie, no blame game...just what Navy Seals do.
Of course, you will always have my assessment of the situation, that is what websites are for after all.
I ONLY WANT THE TRUTH OF WHAT HAPPENED
One word that is a major trigger for a rise in my blood pressure is Bengazhi. Though my title states, "I Only Want the Truth", I am fairly sure through much research, that I already have this truth and I do not like the conclusion. It is a major embarrassment that the government of the, most powerful nation in the world, would allow our Ambassador, to Libya, John Christopher Stephens, Sean Smith, Tyrone S. Woods and Glen Doherty to be murdered for lack of proper security in a clearly hostile and dangerous nation.
This is not even worth entering the "Buck-Passing" debate that ensued between every entity of government involved in pointing their fingers at one another. You do not have to be a pencil-neck, Harvard Grad Politician to figure this one out and it does not take a religious Theologian to hone in on the ridiculous blatant lies beginning with that, "Evil Video" because, obviously, you and I are too stupid to notice that this event occurred on the anniversary of September 11th.
Then there is the fact that Leon Panetta ordered U.S. forces deployed for rescue but, not a single asset he ordered deployed ever left the ground because it was more important to not offend the Libyan government with U.S. forces on the ground than to rescue our own citizens. During the two hour meeting, Hillary Clinton attended, the major concern was that the U.S. military wore civilian clothing and no vehicles have U.S. military markings on them.
The media made a major mistake showing footage of Hillary Clinton and President Obama watching live feed of the Hell going down in Bengazhi but hey, in the words of a one-time Presidential Candidate, "At this point, what difference does it make?", well, it does not make a difference because you were not elected the first female President of the United States and I hope you never are because you are neither, moral, ethical nor worthy. Indeed, what difference does it make if we lie to the American people and say it was just a friendly protest that went terribly wrong instead of a radical, barbaric Islamic attack that took months of planning. Obviously, your Central Intelligence was as on point as your Security detail.
I mean, you just cannot circle around Bengazhi without landing on the Hillary Clinton bullseye.
This is my own personal opinion on what possibly happened to Ambassador Stevens but you will have to come to your own conclusion. Do not expect Snoop.com to help you out on this one because they do not know and it is not as if I would trust what they did say because there no longer exist unbiased views here in the United States in any media form...sorry Fox News.
Story One: Ambassador Stevens was captured, tortured, sodomized, thrown around like a rag doll and dragged through the streets like a morbid trophy. Shortly afterward, the Lebanese news site Tayyar.org confirmed this report.
Story Two: Ambassador Stevens was still in the building. Despite the fact that the entire compound was overrun by radical bloodthirsty Islamist, kind men found Stevens and rushed him to the hospital where he later died of smoke inhalation and other than that, there was not one hair on his head harmed.
Really!!! Do you seriously believe that any Lebanese men are going to go out of their way in the mist of their own mobbing masses, to save this U.S. Ambassador and risk getting themselves killed? Oh, I believe that some of them desperately may have wanted to but that did not happen. No, they are not all bad over there but the small amount of them they did not want this to happen were just as outnumbered as the Americans were and the following photo seals the deal for me. This is not Ambassador Steven being gently carried to the nearest hospital.
The U.S. Consulate in Benghazi was not really a consulate at all and had no diplomatic status. In reality, it was a cover story for the CIA operation in Benghazi, which was there to recover some of the many heavy military weapons and MANPADS [man-portable air defense systems] that had been stolen from the Libyan military armories during the recent revolution. That mission also explains why of the 50 or so U.S. personnel working in the Benghazi “consulate,” only seven were State Department personnel. All of the rest were CIA employees and officers.
WITH RESPECT AND HONOR TO NAVY SEALS GLEN DOHERTY AND TYRONE S. WOODS
Casualties of Politics-May You Rest In Peace
The United States Military
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
The facts are as follows, you have good patriotic men who believe in defending their country even if it means they may have to sacrifice their lives to do so. They march off to service pure of heart, soul, and intent. They return home damaged from seeing atrocities no human should ever witness. Then you have men, perhaps, not so pure of heart that enjoy the thought of killing and destroying and that is the intent they march off with. I am sorry if some find that offensive but it is a fact that every man is different and only God knows the true intent of the heart. The man whose heart is right does everything in his power to be fair, just and moral despite doing exactly what he was told because after all, that man does not call the shots. The man with destruction and murder in his heart does just that at every opportunity, he is not fair, just nor moral. He also comes back damaged and is a dangerous individual living with us in society. During the Vietnam War, and other wars, we had what is called, "The Draft". This is where your sons are forced to go fight a war whether it is a just war or an unjust one.
During the Vietnam War, it became evident to us that it was minorities and the poor that were getting drafted to fight a most ruthless enemy on his own turf. If you were the son of a Congressman, Senator or just a rich man, being a college student gave you an exemption from serving in the military. How convenient. The Vietnam War was the first war with actual journalists on the battlefield feeding a constantly graphic, bloody daily account of reality to the American people. Needless to say, this war did not turn out like the Korean War, public outcry won and we pulled out, leaving the South Vietnamese people to the unmerciful North. Therefore, not only did we lose thousands of our young men, we left the people of South Vietnam down, to say the least, and all for nothing. I stress the Vietnam War because it was the war of my generation, it was the war where my neighbor's son never returned and the war in which my step-brother never returned. Those that did return, were spat upon at the airports, called, "Baby Killers," and received a nice dose of cancer-causing Agent Orange for their trouble.
That stinky old man you pass laying on the sidewalk reeking of alcohol, nine times out of ten, that is your Vietnam Vet that you may be turning your nose up at. He deserves just as much respect as the guy that won a war, he deserves as much respect as the soldiers that liberated the Jewish people from the Concentration Camps.
Let us stop looking down our nose at ANYBODY because, we do not know their story, where they have been or what they have witnessed. Let us stop taking the men and women serving in our military for granted. If you lived in Israel, at the age of 18, you will serve your country male or female. Israel's very existence depends on this.
Our military personnel does not get anywhere near the recognition and respect that they once did. The trouble with Americans today is that they do not appreciate anyone who served or gave up their life so they have the freedom to march in the streets and use their big mouth to spout off their ignorance on subjects, in which, they have no clue.
Therefore, to all of you that served in the Military, I salute you and thank you for my Freedom.
10 Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord, and in the power of his might.
11 Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil.
12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
13 Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.
14 Stand therefore, having your loins girt about with truth, and having on the breastplate of righteousness;
15 And your feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace;
16 Above all, taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked.
17 And take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God:
18 Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints;
19 And for me, that utterance may be given unto me, that I may open my mouth boldly, to make known the mystery of the gospel,
20 For which I am an ambassador in bonds: that therein I may speak boldly, as I ought to speak.