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Was General Ham Relieved for Attempting Benghazi Rescue?

 
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This is how I opened my show tonight. Sorry for such a long reply but this is damn important.

The first thing tonight is something that will shake you and well it should right down to your core. Well, the portion of you that are paying attention to what is going on in this country – which is quite a large portion of the population at this point.

This is as big of a story as Watergate, trust me on that, take it to the bank.

President Obama has demonstrably failed in his Most basic responsibility to keep Americans safe who are in harms way.

This is in fact a major breaking story, CIA operators were denied three separate requests to go help those under assault in Benghazi.

Fox News has learned from sources on the ground in Benghazi three urgent requests came from the CIA annex in Benghazi for military backup during the attack there and the subsequent attack seven hours later were denied by officials in the CIA chain of command. Each time they were told to stand down.

Now, we knew when these people were appointed to these departments, the CIA and the pentagon, State Department and Homeland Security, that in fact they were at the very least unqualified and at most would do what they could to destroy those departments from within.Well, mission accomplished. And that should burn your ass on fire to get to the polls to vote.

Former Navy Seals, Tyrone Woods and Glenn Doherty were part of a small team at the CIA annex which is about a mile from the consulate when it came under attack.

When they heard the shooting, they called their higher ups to tell them what they were hearing and they were told to stand down.

An hour later when they called back they were again told to stand down.

The two former Seals ignored those orders and along with two others went to help at the consulate – whose Marines you will remember had NO AMMUNITION for their firearms – which at that point was on fire.

In the end, there were three separate requests to go to the aid of the consulate as well as requests for outside help from military assets in the area.

Leon Pinhead, the head of the Pentagon, the Defense Secretary was having a Q & A and a reporter said, paraphrasing

Mister Secretary there was in fact a drone over the consulate and there were defense department employees fighting inside the consulate.

The question is with those combined assets, why wasn’t there a clear intelligence picture that would have given you what you needed to make some moves, like a couple of F-16s over flying the place to disperse the attack or dropping some special forces in?

Why didn’t you do anything?

Listen to what the dimwit says.

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This is unbelievable.

We know the State Department was watching live video of this as it was happening.

We had a drone overhead there.

Where was Nerobama with his famous kill list for the drones?

Why was the live feed not being watched by the dimwit in the Pentagon and the commanders on the ground in the theater over there?

We know the CIA station chief less a mile from the attack AND the State Department both had sent cables, emails and warnings to the White House Situation room in the first two hours.

We’ve learned that the White House knew what was going on at the very moment it was happening.

We know that of the four Americans that were killed, two of them died in the final hour of what was a seven hour assault.

And now we are told that these four heroes that went to help their fellow comrades, remember NEVER EVER leave your comrades and they were told to stand down, to not assist the United States Marines that had no bullets to fight off the attack.

And four brave Americans died because of this.

To not act in this situation is in my view something a lot worse than the Watergate break-in.

They knew in real time that there was not a protest that was spontaneous that just magically appeared because of a shit ass Youtube video like they shoved down our throats.

We knew the group that claimed credit for the attack.

The leader of the attack is all over the middle east on television bragging about it.

And these idiots that really are surrounding us are now saying that there wasn’t enough Intel to act.

Bullcrap there wasn’t.

What the hell are those drones for then and what is their purpose?

This has to be the most sorry group of human beings and wastes of flesh to ever dress skeletons. Ever.
Reality Dysfunction has occurred. Please reboot reality.

Thank you.
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Great for you Billxam I am convinced we are really on to something here!
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Great for you Billxam I am convinced we are really on to something here!
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I know Fox News is not really much better than the rest of the MSM, but tonight they have been on this very hard. I think we on on the verge of some whistleblowers comin out to take the lid of this.
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President watched it live:

Please read

[link to www.therightscoop.com]
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Thai poster
You have it wrong. The attack was at the consulate, the safe house was near by.
They were trying to locate the missiles, that's why the seals were in Libya.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18970863


Although the media has reported repeatedly that it was the consulate that was attacked, that is not correct. The consulate is in Tripoli.

The dark underside of this is that the ambassador was helping with gun/weapons running to Turkey and then to Alqaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria.

He was meeting with the Turkish ambassador just before the attack in fact.
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The embassy is in Tripoli. There was a diplomatic mission in Benghazi when Benghazi was the home of the NTC. I think that is what they are calling the consulate.

it would make sense to have missions in several cities as Libya is large and fracturing. There are also a large number of Libyan ex-pats who have US citizenship who have recently returned to the country and they would need consular services.

In other words, I'm not sure of the "status" of the State Department complex in Benghazi on the night of the attack. They call it a consulate, so I accept that it was a consulate.

I can confirm that Amb. Stevens last meeting on the night of the attack was with the Turkish Ambassador....And it's very clear that a lot of Libyan weapons & Thuwar (that's what they call themselves) have made it to Syria..

Have you heard about the Irish Travelers robbing al Harati? Everyone in Libya jokes about it, so I'm surprised when Americans don't know the story.

Harati was the Irish-Libyan commander of the Tripoli Brigade. Last fall, his house in Dublin was robbed, so his Irish wife calls the police and tells them that $40k in cash was stolen...They ask her where the money came from & she says the CIA gave it to my husband...He denies the whole thing and soon thereafter ends up commanding a Brigade in Syria.

A month later, Belhaj, who was another Tripoli Brigade commander, was detained in Tripoli airport with a suitcase full of money. He was on his way to Turkey to serve Islam...It was widely believed that Belhaj's funds were also CIA supplied...

Someone sent me a picture of Belhaj and his supposed gay lover at the airport...But it could have been photoshop....Libyans are funny like that...
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Ansar al Sharia was not responsible for the attack...

They are taking the fall b/c they are poor. Their families will be provided for, and that's important in unsettled times....

Libyan officials immediately identified 50 attackers. Only 4 were arrested, and I think, they were all quickly released. The 50 names were sensitive...Sensitive means someone is rich or has good tribal connections. No one in Ansar al Sharia is sensitive - it's members come from the poorest part of Benghazi...

Every week they find some foreigner who was in Benghazi at the time and they say we captured/killed one of the attackers. They've gotten one in Tunisia, one in Turkey and last week one in Egypt....

It's exactly what the did with the Bulgarian nurses...

I'll look for links if anyone is interested....

Who is Jennifer Griffiths or Griffins? The Libyans know her & like her...but they are really surprised that she is acting so clueless about the way things work in Benghazi....I never heard of her...
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Ham was not in favor of equipping the people that we now have to fight against. They would not untie his hands in the Libyan debacle instead they armed the rebels and that would lead to a bleed over to many other countries. You do not hand weapons to untrained people who lack any chain of command and have no oversight.

The administration does not agree with the current assessment that that AQIM is a threat.

Basically as a General he saw we were creating more issues then we were solving from Libya to Egypt all down the line we are creating instability not securing peace. From a generals point of view this is more than unacceptable it will cost him lives, if he can't do it right because they tied his hands he would rather leave then be the fall guy for a cluster. Would you like to arm the people you are fighting against?

He is still technically in charge of Africom to this day, matter of when though, just waiting for the word now.


October first below.


Snip; Army Gen. Carter F. Ham, chief of U.S. Africa Command, said Friday during a visit to Morocco that there “are no plans for U.S. direct military intervention” in Mali. But he and others have made clear that the United States is prepared to support counterterrorism or peacekeeping operations by other countries.

In addition, the U.S. military has launched a series of clandestine intelligence missions, including the use of civilian aircraft to conduct surveillance flights and monitor communications over the Sahara Desert and the arid region to the south, known as the Sahel.

The burst of U.S. activity reflects a reappraisal of a terrorist group long considered one of the weaker al-Qaeda offshoots. AQIM grew out of an insurgency in Algeria. It has been known mainly as a local scourge, using kidnappings and other crimes to support its effort to impose Islamist rule.

That perception has changed in the past year, largely because of the group’s ability to exploit regional political chaos. A coup in Mali divided the landlocked country, enabling AQIM and other insurgent movements to take control of cities in the northern part of the country, including Gao and Timbuktu.


[link to www.washingtonpost.com]

Last Edited by Chrit on 10/27/2012 10:46 PM
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We must all realize a sink a chair and a pillow are all luxuries of home and a soldiers helmet takes the place of all three.
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Ham was not in favor of equipping the people that we now have to fight against. They would not untie his hands in the Libyan debacle instead they armed the rebels and that would lead to a bleed over to many other countries. You do not hand weapons to untrained people who lack any chain of command and have no oversight.

The administration does not agree with the current assessment that that AQIM is a threat.

Basically as a General he saw we were creating more issues then we were solving from Libya to Egypt all down the line we are creating instability not securing peace. From a generals point of view this is more than unacceptable it will cost him lives, if he can't do it right because they tied his hands he would rather leave then be the fall guy for a cluster. Would you like to arm the people you are fighting against?

He is still technically in charge of Africom to this day, matter of when though, just waiting for the word now.


October first below.


Snip; Army Gen. Carter F. Ham, chief of U.S. Africa Command, said Friday during a visit to Morocco that there “are no plans for U.S. direct military intervention” in Mali. But he and others have made clear that the United States is prepared to support counterterrorism or peacekeeping operations by other countries.

In addition, the U.S. military has launched a series of clandestine intelligence missions, including the use of civilian aircraft to conduct surveillance flights and monitor communications over the Sahara Desert and the arid region to the south, known as the Sahel.

The burst of U.S. activity reflects a reappraisal of a terrorist group long considered one of the weaker al-Qaeda offshoots. AQIM grew out of an insurgency in Algeria. It has been known mainly as a local scourge, using kidnappings and other crimes to support its effort to impose Islamist rule.

That perception has changed in the past year, largely because of the group’s ability to exploit regional political chaos. A coup in Mali divided the landlocked country, enabling AQIM and other insurgent movements to take control of cities in the northern part of the country, including Gao and Timbuktu.


[link to www.washingtonpost.com]
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I'm sure all those young girls they gang-raped & then gave Algerian smiles to did not think they were weak....But then they weren't called AQIM back then, so we didn't care....What were they called - GIA?

My mind is wandering - I need sleep...

I'm still stuck on the image of Belhaj and his prison boyfriend....The Libyan who sent me the pic didn't know there were different rules if you had spent time on the inside...LOL... Good Night...
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Yes, why was romney so quite about benghazi on the final debate? He had obama by the neck. We are being lied to. But rest sure, is the kidnaping story is actually real, and the gov has a massive fire the good guuys and replace with puppets, america is doomed.
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The embassy is in Tripoli. There was a diplomatic mission in Benghazi when Benghazi was the home of the NTC. I think that is what they are calling the consulate.

 Quoting: DarbyDoom


Whatever the precise name of the structure was, it was equipped with a (quasi) safe room, and having a CIA annex down the road was also handy.

There are well-defined procedures for doing threat & risk analysis for structures, and it sounds as if this place was lightly protected (in a civil engineering sense) to the point where keeping anything of high value (human, info or materiel) in it was not the best idea.


I'd be looking real hard at the guy(s) the Ambassador met with just prior to the attack. Did they drop by for tea & intel, then leave to pass info along to the attackers that there was a high-value target within? Or just the locals seeing the up-armored vehicles roll in, or maybe the local hired security guards. Any way you slice it, it adds up to cruising for trouble. This was known as they had apparently been requesting more security for some time. Would have to dig up the articles, but it's out there.

Are TPTB cold enough to set up an Ambassador? I suppose anything is possible, I would lean more towards just incompetence on that angle. The denial of response when real-time info was streaming into the situation room is inexcusable, and probably criminal (IANAL)
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So is the military been nutted or what? Isn't there any real american in high command our have they all been replaced with puppets that are controlled by the foreign infiltration in our gov?
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Darby again very good background info on the region. I have generally found Jennifer to be one of the more reputable reporters, not perfect but better then average fwiw
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Ham was not in favor of equipping the people that we now have to fight against. They would not untie his hands in the Libyan debacle instead they armed the rebels and that would lead to a bleed over to many other countries. You do not hand weapons to untrained people who lack any chain of command and have no oversight.

The administration does not agree with the current assessment that that AQIM is a threat.

Basically as a General he saw we were creating more issues then we were solving from Libya to Egypt all down the line we are creating instability not securing peace. From a generals point of view this is more than unacceptable it will cost him lives, if he can't do it right because they tied his hands he would rather leave then be the fall guy for a cluster. Would you like to arm the people you are fighting against?

He is still technically in charge of Africom to this day, matter of when though, just waiting for the word now.


October first below.


Snip; Army Gen. Carter F. Ham, chief of U.S. Africa Command, said Friday during a visit to Morocco that there “are no plans for U.S. direct military intervention” in Mali. But he and others have made clear that the United States is prepared to support counterterrorism or peacekeeping operations by other countries.

In addition, the U.S. military has launched a series of clandestine intelligence missions, including the use of civilian aircraft to conduct surveillance flights and monitor communications over the Sahara Desert and the arid region to the south, known as the Sahel.

The burst of U.S. activity reflects a reappraisal of a terrorist group long considered one of the weaker al-Qaeda offshoots. AQIM grew out of an insurgency in Algeria. It has been known mainly as a local scourge, using kidnappings and other crimes to support its effort to impose Islamist rule.

That perception has changed in the past year, largely because of the group’s ability to exploit regional political chaos. A coup in Mali divided the landlocked country, enabling AQIM and other insurgent movements to take control of cities in the northern part of the country, including Gao and Timbuktu.


[link to www.washingtonpost.com]
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I'm sure all those young girls they gang-raped & then gave Algerian smiles to did not think they were weak....But then they weren't called AQIM back then, so we didn't care....What were they called - GIA?

My mind is wandering - I need sleep...

I'm still stuck on the image of Belhaj and his prison boyfriend....The Libyan who sent me the pic didn't know there were different rules if you had spent time on the inside...LOL... Good Night...
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AQIM is a name to be destroyed; the body of the hydra will always remain. GSPC was the last name with Base roots back to a GAI


With my best Algerian smiley


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So is the military been nutted or what? Isn't there any real american in high command our have they all been replaced with puppets that are controlled by the foreign infiltration in our gov?
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No doubt.

Cmon, military men and Officers. Join Ham if he defects.
Hope there is that Cmmdr Ham turns the fleet around, refuses to step down and drives right to DC to arrest the bastards.

We need a hero, not a puppet.
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this is probably already circulating on here, but it you haven't seen it, it explains Benghazi in 7 minutes.

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Found the following 'opinions' for lack of a better word.

1. They replaced him (The Admiral, my addition)) while the carrier was on deployment? How often does that happen?

Can anyone confirm this???????????????
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Go to www.stripes.com (Stars and Stripes) and you'll see he is accused of "inappropriate leadership judgment" - his 6th fleet is in the Persian Gulf, within response distance from Libya.

Top military brass in the region are being relieved - and detained. What does that tell you?
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It tells me that Zero doesn't want this getting out before the election.
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The kidnapping story seems a bit hard to believe in an election year. I would think they would want to avoid anything that could become a scandal and I figure alot of people would have to be in the know to pull something like that off. This thing gets more and more weird. There are alot of things I really like about Mr.Obama but he or someone in the administration needs to come clean on all this and explain why a reactionay force wasn't sent in to help those guys on the ground. I still don't get that? Something is wrong with the story given to the public so far.
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Easy...
These are the same dumbasses who tried to finish of the 2nd Amendment, by creating chaos with guns they ALLOWED to go to Mexico, creating the needed Media outrage to get sheeple to give up our rights.

REMEMBER SOMETHING IMPORTANT...
These academic Socialists don't think like you and I. Laws and morality are merely an inconvenience to them. the ONLY thing that matters is POWER, and the naked application of it.

Read what these people have written THEMSELVES, for chrissake.
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The kidnapping story seems a bit hard to believe in an election year. I would think they would want to avoid anything that could become a scandal and I figure alot of people would have to be in the know to pull something like that off. This thing gets more and more weird. There are alot of things I really like about Mr.Obama but he or someone in the administration needs to come clean on all this and explain why a reactionay force wasn't sent in to help those guys on the ground. I still don't get that? Something is wrong with the story given to the public so far.
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Easy...
These are the same dumbasses who tried to finish of the 2nd Amendment, by creating chaos with guns they ALLOWED to go to Mexico, creating the needed Media outrage to get sheeple to give up our rights.

REMEMBER SOMETHING IMPORTANT...
These academic Socialists don't think like you and I. Laws and morality are merely an inconvenience to them. the ONLY thing that matters is POWER, and the naked application of it.

Read what these people have written THEMSELVES, for chrissake.
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When you do not follow any moral absolutes..............................it always comes down to 'the end's justify the means'

If your only definition of 'good' is the collective and what is good for the collective is socialism.communism etc then all moral boundaries disappear - all that is left is the unprincipled pursuit of power by any means that you can get away with - a sort of moral black hole....................and exactly the sort of behaviour we see from the Obama administration, and leftists in general.


With Islam it is very similar, the only guiding principles are 'the will of allah' as revealed in the koran, plus the example of Mohammed - in which every vice known to man can be found. Thus again if it can be construed as advancing the cause of Islam - then everything is permitted. Small wonder that these two make such ready bedfellows.
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Found the following 'opinions' for lack of a better word.

1. They replaced him (The Admiral, my addition)) while the carrier was on deployment? How often does that happen?

Can anyone confirm this???????????????
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15341514


Go to www.stripes.com (Stars and Stripes) and you'll see he is accused of "inappropriate leadership judgment" - his 6th fleet is in the Persian Gulf, within response distance from Libya.

Top military brass in the region are being relieved - and detained. What does that tell you?
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It tells me that Zero doesn't want this getting out before the election.
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Read the replies to the article referenced.

[link to www.stripes.com]
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Thanks some interesting comments Chrit
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McCain is demanding that all relevant documents be immediately declassified.
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This comment at Readability.com



The Rear Admiral of the Carriers deployed right now was sacked for "serious judgement error". My daughter is deployed with them right now and they heard it yesterday but that's all. She is with the USS John Stennis group. I don;t know if he was involved with decisions made off Libya though.
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More Benghazi hurricane please.
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AH...this from ABC news:

The Stennis group arrived in the Fifth Fleet’s area of operations on Oct. 17 to replace the USS Enterprise, which was on the final deployment of its 50 years of service. The allegations are recent and were made within the last couple of weeks.
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Christ I know their both douche bags but would the white douche bag just sit and watch our men die?

Vote the current douche bag out!

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I remain convinced that this will be a top story in the coming days
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Only if we drag the MSM to it, kicking and screaming. They are already doing what they do so well, closing ranks around Obama to protect his ass.

We already see that the major papers and TV stations are blowing this "hurricane" way out of proportion, it is the MAJOR story on the front page of every newspaper in the US. I believe they are inflating the story about the "hurricane" so that they don't need to cover the TRUE story about what happened in Benghazi. All carefully orchestrated so that Obama can "look Presidential" as he sits in some FEMA office.

Well, you POS, why didn't you BE "Presidential" when you were sitting in that Situation Room instead of denying help THREE TIMES to AMERICAN citizens who were SCREAMING for help? Were they all Republicans or something?
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See:

Former CIA officer predicted Obama administration’s calamity, deception in Libya

at [link to www.examiner.com]
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