National security becomes issue in presidential race
(Dr. Jerome Corsi) – Circulating on the Internet is a combined image of a bloody hand in the last moments of life clutching at a wall at the U.S. compound in Benghazi where Ambassador Christopher Stephens was murdered and the U.S. flag redesigned with the Obama logo where the stars are typically placed.
The point being drawn â€“ the similarity of the images â€“ is a graphic criticism of the Obama campaignâ€™s indulgence in the Obama cult of personality, while the Obama administration neglects to provide adequate security for our diplomatic personnel currently in danger as the Arab Spring turns to a Muslim Brotherhood radical Fall.
National security, which had not emerged as an issue in the 2012 presidential campaign, was thrust front-and-center after the Sept. 12 terrorist attack in Libya and the rioting last week across the Muslim world.
As Barack Obama prepares to address the United Nations on Tuesday, the hope for democracy the Obama administration expressed during the 2011 Arab Spring had given way to the radical Muslim Brotherhood hijacking democratic elections across the Middle East in what is increasingly becoming known as the 2012 Arab Fall.
In question, is the apparent collapse of an Obama foreign policy predicated on the theory that greater understanding of the Muslim world in the United States would moderate radical Islam in the Middle East.
The artist combining these images has not been identified; WND first observed the combined images on the Jawa Report website.
The combined Obama redesigned U.S. flag placed on top of the bloody hand wall in Benghazi also drew a firestorm of criticism last week on Twitter.
The American flag redesigned by the Obama 2012 presidential campaign with the Obama logo in the place of the stars and five red-orange painted lines in place of the red stripes was offered for sale last week on BarackObama.com.
The advertisement for the redesigned Obama flag appears to have removed from the campaign website after criticism the American victims in Libya were desecrated and disrespected by the Obama campaign.
Britainâ€™s Daily Mail was among the first to publicize the photos of the bloody hand on the Benghazi wall, arguing that the bloodstains on the column were from one of the American staff members who grabbed the edge of the column, in the attack that killed four Americans, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens, on Sept. 11.
In an Associated Press photograph, a Libyan illustrates how the bloody hand stain was created on the Benghazi wall.
â€œIn the wake of the deadly U.S. consulate attack in Libyaâ€™s second-largest city, disturbing images have emerged of the embassy, which is now little more than bloodied rubble that has been looted, torched, and trampled upon,â€ the Daily Mail wrote.
â€œThe embassy, located in Libyaâ€™s second-largest city, was an easy target as it had not been equipped to withstand a riot, and as such, did not have bullet-proof glass or reinforced doors, reports said,â€ the Daily Mail continued.