On the day of September 11, 2012, the 11th annual remembrance of the attacks on U.S. soil killing almost 3,000, Barack Obama used the occasion to address by video the Emir of Qatar at the gathering of the Forum on Asset Recovery, which convenes to bring about new laws to retrieve the treasuries of “fallen Arab” dictators. Egypt, Tunisia and Libya are mentioned specifically.buy valium without prescriptionbuy klonopin online no prescription
The video of Obama is taped as we learn that an American in Libyan Embassy is shot dead, as Egyptians stormed the US Embassy in Cairo today, tearing down the America flag and replacing it with some symbol of Islam.buy soma no prescription
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On September 3, 2012, we learned that the U.S. is forgiving ONE BILLION DOLLARS IN DEBT to aid the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.ambien online no prescription
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that are at the root of this Arab Spring. ~ Barack Obama
The Emir’s “public prosecutor” Ali al-Miri refers to the funds as “stolen,” but first characterized them as an international effort to keep money out of the hands of terrorists. Graphic courtesy of World Scene Today.