Presumably illustrating the point that al-Qaeda is in charge in Afghanistan, rather than the American or coalition occupation forces, a suicide bomber murdered twelve South African aviation workers to the Kabul aerodrome —a revenge killing, they said.
The other day, Sam Huntington commented at Always on Watch as follows: “US diplomatic credibility is presently in a deep spiral. We may begin to understand this after we acknowledge how inept our foreign policy has been, and remains, under Barack Obama. I shall never understand what prompted an American ambassador to apologize to extremists who attacked sovereign American property. It did not take long for this statement, issued on of all days 11 September 2012, to incite other sand monkeys.”
How did the resident leftist react to this? How dare Sam use such an expression! He must be a bigot. But now it appears that Sam was correct and Ducky was wrong. No surprise there, of course: Duhhky is a leftist, after all.
Al-Qaeda and the Taliban are no longer interested in stepping lightly in the Middle East, especially after Barack Obama gave them status by stating publicly his willingness to “dialogue” with those murderous sons of bitches; it is a status they previously did not enjoy. Obama’s inept behavior has done nothing if not emboldened them to murder even more of our diplomats.
But wait—there’s more.
The monkeys in Yemen are screeching for blood; there were at least two separate terrorist attacks in Pakistan, 200 people demonstrated in Indonesia, torching an American flag, and four hundred more protested in Bangkok chanting “Eek eek, eek, screech,” which roughly translated means “Down with America, Down with Israel.”
The AP reports that al-Qaeda praised Muslims for killing Ambassador Stevens and demands even more of the same. They feel the west deserves punishment for "lying to Muslims for more than 10 years, saying its war was against terrorism and not Islam." Well, they do have a point there. Muslims have been demanding a holy war, and our leaders demurred like shy little girls. How many ways can one demonstrate our president’s failed foreign policy?
The word “inept” revisits us as a nightmare.