Friday, September 14, 2012

Lebanon Fried Chicken

American middle eastern policy has officially reached the point of total failure as the Religion of Peace is running wild in seemingly every Muslim country: Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Great Britainistan and now Lebanon. Maybe propping up radical Islam on one side while slavishly obeying Israel on the other wasn't the best plan. This plan of schizophrenia now lies in burning ruins, just like a Lebanese KFC.
 
Demonstrators in Tripoli, Lebanon, burned down a restaurant belonging to US-based chain KFC in protest against an anti-Islamic film mocking the Prophet Muhammad. At least one person was killed and 24 were wounded in the clashes with police.

No one, with the possible exception of the American negro, does a better job of soiling their own nest than the followers of the false prophet. Having actually seen the "film" in question, with its laughable production values, atrocious acting and comical sense of drama I can only conclude it is a deliberate government psy-op created to destabilize the world. A poor production like that just screams "government work," not unlike an obviously phony birth certificate.


 I like my chicken hot, but this is ridiculous.

Security forces fired warning shots into the air in an attempt to disperse the protesters, who marched from Tripoli’s Al-Mansouri Mosque to nearby Nour Square. Another 300 protesters marched a half-kilometer down the road and attacked an American fast-food chain, setting the building on fire. The restaurant’s employees were evacuated. 

Like most mosques, it's little more than a rally field for criminals and terrorists. In unrelated news, the number of mosques in the U.S.S.A. has nearly doubled in ten years. We can expect to start seeing scenes like this in the land of the fee and the home of the slave any day now.

The violence came amid widespread protest in the Arab world against the incendiary anti-Islamic film ‘Innocence of Muslims.’

I mean, women hit the prophet with shoes while he runs around a poorly computer-generated tent like a scene from a bargain basement version of Benny Hill. That's pretty incendiary.

With the Religion of Peace conquering the West with alarming rapidity this sort of nonsense is now our problem. Our leaders are afraid to call this the barbarism that it is and the idea of actually controlling the influx of dangerous foreign elements is considered "extreme right" if not outright Nazism. We're paying a heavy price for this ill-conceived "ignore it and it will solve itself" strategy.  

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