Breaking: US embassy in Yemen stormed in film protest. protesters trying to get inside the US Compound
A well planned operation against the United States is trying to ignite violence with the “protests” of three US embassies in Libya, Egypt, and Yemen. The latest is a new anti-American demonstration in the Swiss embassy in Teheran, Iran. The idea is using a poorly made and truly insulting film as the tool to spread violence against the United States through out the world, starting with the Arab country where Muslims have stablished or are trying to impose their fundamentalists radicalism. The world sinks into a deeper economic crisis, US enemies try to take all the advantage they can to create chaos as this country prepares for a bigger and longer war against terrorism, ignorance, and hate. Aggravating factors are the immigration policies of the United States and the Western countries letting millions of Muslims freely integrate into their societies, many of them productive citizens, others Western culture haters. They hate our way of life, our respect for women, our freedom. Since 911 our world changed. The world changed. We entered a new era, facing a new kind of enemy with nothing to lose, with a mentality worthy of barbarians; whose strength is hate. The Obama administration, in the middle of a presidential election, faces difficult choices, and the need to show a strong foreign policy, using all the diplomatic skills this country’s officials possess before things start to get ugly in the Middle East to the point that it awakens the anger of the American people, creating a difficult situation to manage.
US embassy in Yemen stormed in film protest
Protesters have stormed the grounds of the United States embassy in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa.
They were demonstrating against an anti-Islam film made in the US, which has provoked anger around the Muslim world.
On Tuesday, the US ambassador to Libya was among several people killed in a fire started after the US consulate in Benghazi was stormed.
There have also been clashes in the Egyptian capital, Cairo.
Witnesses in Sanaa said a number of vehicles had been set on fire in the compound of the embassy.
Police opened fire in an attempt to hold back the crowds, but they managed to gain access to the building.
Earlier on Thursday, US officials said they were investigating whether the attack in Libya was planned, citing suspicions that a militant jihadist group may have co-ordinated the violence.