Khashoggi? ‘Where Was This Concern for Our Ambassador Brutally Murdered in Benghazi?’ says Limbaugh


 

The Washington Post sure wasn’t concerned about what happened to our Ambassador Stevens and the three other men who fought bravely to the death on a rooftop in Benghazi. Reported at the time were that other American individuals were injured and flown to Bagram Air Base in Germany. Forced to sign a non-disclosure as to what happened, silencing them forever. Never questioned. Little is known about those who survived the Benghazi attack.

The State Department confirmed in March, after multiple inquiries by Fox News, that a total of three diplomatic security agents, as well as a State Department contractor, were among the Americans injured during the terrorist assault which killed the two former SEALs, Ambassador Chris Stevens, and Foreign Service Officer Sean Smith.  Here

Now the WP has their knickers in a knot over the murder of Jamal Khashoggi but of course, one of their own. Really? The bio if this fellow Khashoggi given by Rush at the end clip.

Here is a link that Limbaugh mentioned for the Bio on Khashoggi

The fate of Khashoggi has at least provoked global outrage, but it’s for all the wrong reasons. We are told he was a liberal, Saudi progressive voice fighting for freedom and democracy, and a martyr who paid the ultimate price for telling the truth to power. This is not just wrong, but distracts us from understanding what the incident tells us about the internal power dynamics of a kingdom going through an unprecedented period of upheaval. It is also the story of how one man got entangled in a Saudi ruling family that operates like the Mafia. Once you join, it’s for life, and if you try to leave, you become disposable. Full story over at the Spectator

 

Rush Limbaugh had a few choice words on the disparity of the two stories which I will get to in a minute.

But first let’s think about what we have been up to, or what we might know that the CIA or others have done in our name. This from the CIA gov site.

 

THE CIA’S WORLDWIDE KILL SQUADS[PDF]

https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP84-00499R001000080001-7.pdf

 

The we have

FORMER CIA AGENT SAYS AGENCY PROMOTING WAR

 

This gives a good overview:

The CIA has a long history of helping to kill leaders around the world …

 

 

Last let us not forget this one from Hillary Clinton and her handiwork over Benghazi way that gets us back to the point of the post:

 

 

 

But then again, what difference did it make?

 

Wednesday on his nationally syndicated radio show, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh compared the situation involving journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was allegedly brutally killed at a Saudi Arabian consulate in Turkey, to that of the tragedy of September 11, 2012 at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi that resulted in the deaths of J. Christopher Stevens and three other Americans.

 

Here goes a part of the Rushbo tape that I managed to find. Transcript below.

Listen to it at Breitbart:  HERE

My comment:

So now we are going to blow up our relationship because the Saudi Prince was attempting to westernize? So this Muslim Brotherhood fellow by the name of Khashoggi is a turncoat and anti Westernization? And with this power struggle let’s destabilize the Middle East and our economy. Was he really that dumb to think he could saw the guy up in the consulate and no one would know that video would show the guy went in and didn’t come out? Yes, I know, the Saudis export terrorism. Just like so many other nasty dictators that we deal with. Just maybe he is different. Not a crazy man that we now will attempt to overthrow or kill which is more likely.

Starting to sound a bit like the Shah of Iran that we so easily dispensed with?

 

Partial transcript as follows (courtesy RushLimbaugh.com):

Ladies and gentlemen, I have a question. I continue to get emails about the so-called Washington Post journalist, Jamal Khashoggi. My question is a really rather simple one: Where was this concern for our ambassador and three other men brutally murdered in Benghazi? Somebody explain that to me? You realize how much attention is being paid to what… Has it been confirmed….? Did something happen since this program began?

Has it been confirmed that Khashoggi was murdered by the 15 hit men from Saudi Arabia? Has it been confirmed? It’s not confirmed? So it’s still likely or thought to be… And the story is that it took him seven minutes to die, that they dismembered him alive, at some point gave him drugs to knock him out, and then they listened to music while they did all of this. And of course until I blew up the theory that the Apple Watch contained the evidence, they were gonna try to make it look like proof existed in the form of audio recordings.

Khashoggi knew what was in store for him and he had finagled his Apple Watch to record the stuff somehow on his iPhone. That is very, very unlikely because of it being technologically impossible, barring just only two exceptions. I would have a tough time believing Khashoggi even knew to do or how to do. But all of this concern. And remember Hillary Clinton, when repeated questions were asked about how in the world four Americans were allowed to be murdered in Benghazi, with no assistance, and Hillary Clinton’s reaction?

(paraphrased) “What difference does it make now?” she said in frustration. Does anybody see a disparity here in proportion? Now, of course, we all understand why. The Democrats seriously believe they have a way of blaming Donald Trump for this. CNN all afternoon has tried to make it look like that Trump knows the Saudis did it and is trying to provide them cover. That’s… It’s despicable! The graphics that they are using to try to make that case. But I think there’s a lot proportionality missing here. Again, I don’t think the media realizes how obvious their subterfuge is to people now.

On Tuesday’s program Rush gives the background of Khashoggi that you won’t hear the MSM tell you about. It starts at about 58:00. A Muslim Brotherhood man opposed to the Westernization underway in Saudi Arabia.

We are the good guys. We don’t slice and dice. Bravo.

 

 

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18 Responses to “Khashoggi? ‘Where Was This Concern for Our Ambassador Brutally Murdered in Benghazi?’ says Limbaugh”

  1. Khashoggi? ‘Where Was This Concern for Our Ambassador Brutally Murdered in Benghazi?’ says Limbaugh | 4frespeech Says:

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  2. Steve Dennis Says:

    I hadn’t heard about this guy’s background before, thanks for sharing that. Once again all is not what it seems to be when we are talking about the MSM.

    Liked by 1 person

    • bunkerville Says:

      I don’t give two hoots about this guy…. no nothing is as it seems and I doubt many care to hear about the truth of the matter whatever that turns out to be.

      Liked by 2 people

  3. Kid Says:

    You’ve hit on so much here. The title in particular is all ya need really. But I have to reflect on the image in the hilrod video…..

    I swear to you that over a decade ago, I saw that pic of hilrod with the hair swept back and up slightly and it immediately occurred to me that it looked exactly like a Wildebeast. (Google or your favorite search engines images). I began referring to her as the hildebeast right away. I truly believe I was the first to do so and today I am proud that this pantsuit clad temporary ejection from hell knows that many of us call her the hildebeast now. This is one thing I can take to my grave with pride and satisfaction. Maybe this is why God kept me alive as I’ve certainly used all 51 of my nine lives. So be it.

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  4. Laura Bernard Mielcarek Says:

    I could not give a crap about the dude, or who killed him. How about Turkey killed him just to blame it on the Saudis???

    My thoughts on the CIA — totally unconstitutional, they are bad news — get rid of it!!!

    Liked by 2 people

    • Mustang Says:

      I think the CIA is necessary in our dangerous world, but what bothers me most is it’s politization. Imagine sending police into our communities without side arms. What would be the point? Task the CIA to collect intelligence but deny them the right to interrogate captured terrorists. What’s the point?

      Liked by 2 people

      • Laura Bernard Mielcarek Says:

        I understand that completely and don’t argue that they collect valuable information.

        I’m concerned only with the unconstitutionality of the organization and its illegal actions.

        Liked by 1 person

      • bunkerville Says:

        The problem now is that they have joined up with the FBI politically in some cases and that is a dangerous thing. Think the Utah Data Center.. They can now get anyone on something…..

        Liked by 1 person

  5. Hootin' anni Says:

    I’ve been thinking the very same thing…like you took the words right out of my mouth!

    Liked by 1 person

    • bunkerville Says:

      I enjoyed your post today……I think we are in the same place these days.

      Liked by 1 person

  6. Mustang Says:

    Well, let’s see. As a nation with high moral values, we deeply resent the violent demise of a Washington Post journalist at the hands of Arabian thugs who maintain the mantle of 13th Century … um, Arabs. On the other hand, we want to keep Americans working so the $100-billion contract for high performance military aircraft is important to our nation’s economy. And Donald Trump likes the King. What a dilemma!

    We should probably keep in mind that no one on earth kills more Moslems than Moslems. Because this is the history and culture of Islam, I did not cry myself to sleep last night thinking of the murder of a Washington Post journalist. I’m trying to think back, did Americans get as upset when James Foley was beheaded? How about Daniel Pearle?

    I personally don’t care what Moslems do to other Moslems, but I have to admit to a bias against Islamics no matter where they come from. I don’t hate these people —it is only that I think they are untrustworthy. They are liars, thieves, rapists, and murderers. Stealing a line from Little Bill in Unforgiven, “I don’t like assassins.”

    Something else I don’t particularly like: I don’t like our country being the world’s dupe. Why are we selling high-performance military aircraft to people who are just as likely to use them against our own young men and women? In 1993, the NYT reported that our closest ally in the Middle East (Israel) routinely sold US military technology to China and had been doing so since the 1980s. In 2016, the Chinese miraculously developed an aircraft that looks uncannily like the F-22 Raptor. Today, China has a plane that looks exactly like the F-35. Like … dude … if we can’t even trust the Israelis, we can never have any confidence in the Saudis.

    Right, back to Khashoggi … the USA doesn’t sit on the moral high ground here, so we ought to stop pretending that we’re upset if Saudi thugs reverse-engineered him. What should upset the American people is the ease of which our “leaders” sell off our technology to potential enemies.

    So, anyway, the Saudis killed 3,000 people in the World Trade Center and a bunch more in the Pentagon; they’ve arrested Americans arriving at Saudi airports for carrying in a Bible. Islamics have been killing of American journalists with some frequency.

    Khashoggi … Meh.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      As usual a wonderful comment. Meanwhile Russia moves into Libya, and Iran will take care of the Saudis I guess.
      What I started to post was Hillary and her cackle over Gaddafi and then the clips of him being tortured to death including sodomized with a stick up his rectum.
      Thanks Hillary….it is on your hands. But we are outraged on this who knows who that walked into the consul.. wrong time, wrong place. If you get time, check out the Spectator link about this fine fellow. Curious what you think.
      The world is a hellish place for many.

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    • Mustang Says:

      I found the Spectator article enlightening (and somewhat reinforcing). I should, perhaps, be a bit more sympathetic to what we think happened to him … but I’m not. The Bible tells us that whomever lives by the sword shall die by the sword —or scalpel. If Khashoggi was complicit in the 9/11 attacks, and it appears that he was, then my “meh” has dropped a notch or two to sub-meh.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Lol… about the same here….. The world is a brutish place for most. Thinking about it, Europe has been going at each other for centuries. Beheadings and the like. Why should we be surprised that this is going on in the Middle East? I was going to say a few centuries behind, but then again. We had two world wars and nearly decimated the world.
        yes, we are the civilized ones aren’t we?

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    • the unit Says:

      No loss of sleep either, but did think it sickening…until considering “reverse-engineering”…then had a big
      🙂 . 🙂

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  7. bunkerville Says:

    I agree totally. We are dealing with a world unto itself..This fellow Bradley over at the Spectator has a pretty good reputation as I understand.
    We have played a hand in the Middle East and have lost. We carved it up like swiss cheese and now the piper is being paid. Not that anyone could…but let us not act like we have clean hands.
    I had relatives who worked in Iran at the time of the fall of the Shah…Don’t get me started.

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  8. Always On Watch Says:

    There are no good players in all this, IMO. Also, I don’t know if I trust Middle East Eye, which cites “a source” and nothing more.

    Can we get proof of anything among mohammedans?

    Video would be a good piece of evidence with this Jamal Khashoggi case, but that video would have to be analyzed by our experts to determine veracity. Also, Luminol analysis of the consulate would go far to prove what happened. Forgery is relative easy for techies.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      See above AOW

      Liked by 1 person


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