Five million dollars, for a project that has always had zero hope of return on the investment? The budget seems ridiculously high, considering the product. And how the hell could the filmmakers hope to recoup that investment after sending a large 15-minute chunk of the film straight to YouTube?
: An old friend -- and someone who routinely ridicules anything that gets anywhere near the realm of conspiracy theory -- sent me a message just now:
Does Bacile even exist?
This guys got a real low profile--read none--for somebody who is supposed to be a "Real Estate Developer." Seems there's no company. No DBA. This thing stinks so bad.
Worth checking out, sez I.
Also note that the Obama administration now says that the attack in Libya was pre-planned -- that is, plans were put into motion before the film hit YouTube!
The protesters in Cairo appeared to be a genuinely spontaneous unarmed mob angered by an anti-Islam video produced in the United States. By contrast, it appeared the attackers in Benghazi were armed with mortars and rocket-propelled grenades. Intelligence reports are inconclusive at this point, officials said, but indications suggest the possibility that an organized group had either been waiting for an opportunity to exploit like the protests over the video or perhaps even generated the protests as a cover for their attack.
Five million dollars, for that
? Trust me -- an amateurish production of this sort can be put together for one tenth of that amount. We may thus fairly presume that most of that five mill went to pay off Bacile and Jones.
Absurdly, the movie conflates the Occupy protesters with Islam
. The publicizing of the movie on September 11 was quite intentional.
It is very telling that the Republicans, so hapless of late, were immediately ready with a propaganda campaign designed to convey the impression that Obama is "apologizing" for America
. This response (no doubt prepared months ago) tied in with a deceptive campaign theme which the Mittster sounded in the very title of his book, No Apologies
. The idea that Obama has gone around the world apologizing for America is completely groundless, of course. As always, the Republicans hope that sheer repetition can make a bogus charge stick.
I shook with rage -- literally -- as I read this
Republican Party Chairman Reince Priebus (@Reince) tweeted out the following before news of the murder of the U.S. ambassador in Libya, but after the sustained attacks on U.S. diplomatic facilities there and in Egypt: "Obama sympathizes with attackers in Egypt. Sad and pathetic."
Also see here
Bacile’s film was dubbed into Egyptian Arabic by someone he doesn’t know, but he speaks enough Arabic to confirm that the translation is accurate.
An unseen, unreleased, unavailable movie was dubbed without the film-maker's awareness or permission?
Cah-MON. That just does not happen.
Let's put it all together. What do we have?
You would have to be a child not to understand what's really going on here. This is the most obvious psyop conspiracy I've ever seen.
Neocons in America and Israel concocted this plot long ago. I would stake my life on it.
We can state with the certainty of a geometrical proof that Sam Bacile is a Mossad asset -- a "sayan" -- and that he did what he did under orders, not of his own initiative. The motive is transparent: Likudniks want the United States to attack Iran, and they know that Obama won't do it. Romney will. He has made that point very clear. Thus, Israeli war hawks concocted a plan to make sure Romney gets into office.
The conspirators made this film for the express purpose of provoking a violent reaction, which would, in turn give the Republicans a political cudgel to wield against the president.
I do not doubt for a second the presence of provocateurs on the ground in Cairo and Libya. (How did they even know
about the YouTube clip?) I also believe that this plan would have remained "on hold" if Romney had attained a comfortable lead.
I'm pretty sure that CIA had nothing to do with this. Only Israeli intelligence is so reckless.
Yes, I know that I have often denounced America's culture of conspiracism; I sounded that note as recently as the previous post. But however much I may despise this country's Alex Jonesian paranoids, there are occasions where one must acknowledge the obvious. Of course
this "September Surprise" is a psyop scheme. If you say otherwise, you are a fool. The true authorship of this event is as blatant as a punch from the Hulk.