DOJ identifies maker of anti-Mohammed film, releases criminal history

There was a time – oh, up until four years ago, when our government sided with those exercising their constitutional rights rather than attack them to mollify towel-heads, Chinese communists and other dictators. Not so any more.


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13 responses to “DOJ identifies maker of anti-Mohammed film, releases criminal history

  1. anonymous

    this story should drive every american (except $DB) crazy. meanwhile, where is obama? giving fun interviews with telemundo and campaigning in colorado, where a friend of mine said he was greeted with a huge “I did build that” billboard and many boos from the less than stellar crowd. btw, in the telemundo interview, obama drops the bomb that egypt isn’t our ally…he adds, they aren’t our enemy either. that makes them a frenemy? our country is so f***ed with obama and holder.

  2. Daniel

    I still have a problem with the Patriot Act.

    • Indeed, and I can’t blame Obama for that. Of course he did promise to address its most oppressive features the day after he closed Gitmo, but that day has not come.
      No hope in Patriot Act repeal under either candidate.

  3. AJ

    “An anti-Muslim film that has been blamed for the attacks on U.S. embassies in Egypt, Libya and Yemen is likely a contrived fraud designed to stir up unrest in the Middle East while shielding the true reasons behind the murder of Ambassador Chris Stevens.

    A trailer for the film, entitled The Innocence of Muslims, has been on You Tube for over two months. Despite the alleged film maker’s claim that the movie was funded by rich Jewish donors to the tune of $5 million dollars, it has all the quality of a low budget film school project. The trailer has now been banned in several middle eastern countries, including Egypt and Afghanistan.

    Indeed, the full film itself may not even exist, a doubt that has also been shared about the existence of its shadowy director Sam Bacile, who told the Associated Press this week that he was a 56-year-old “Israeli Jew” who lives in California, despite telling actors on set that he is Egyptian, while others have claimed he is an American.

    Bacile claims he made the film to illustrate how “Islam is a cancer, period.”

    However, numerous authorities have failed in attempting to locate a ‘Sam Bacile’ residing in California. Bacile is likely a pseudonym for the only real person who has been positively connected with the movie – Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, a 55-year-old Coptic Christian living in California who was convicted for federal bank fraud in 2010.

    The movie itself – or the 14 minutes of it which have been released – is also highly suspect….”

  4. Anon

    No hope in Patriot Act being repealed. The Middle East is burning. Obama and Romney duke it out. The mainstream media colludes. So what’s a normal person to do? Don’t sweat the big stuff. Tune into TLC and watch Honey Boo Boo.

  5. Libertarian Advocate

    Not only did he not address oppressive [Un]PATRIOT ACT features, he signed the re-authorization bill into law making it PERMANENT stain on our constitution. In all sorts of ways he’s GWB Version 2.0.

  6. It was a revenge hit:

    Debka File has sources in Israeli intelligence. It’s my go to site for middle eastern news for anything military or terrorism related.

  7. Anonymous

    Deflecting attention from the failure of Barry Soetoro’s foreign policy: alienate friends, grovel to enemies, lead from behind, lie, then play golf.

    Barry was fund-raising in Las Vegas.

  8. Anonymous

    Muslims are a protected class, privileged above all others in Obama-land.

  9. AJ

    “…With Russia openly accusing the West of using Al Qaeda as their direct, militant proxies in Syria and beyond, this latest attempt to purposefully provoke and incite Muslims across the Arab World is an attempt by the West to reestablish the perception that the US and Israel are at war with sectarian extremists, not partnered with them. The film allegedly at the center of the violence, most likely came from the Neo-Con “Clarion Fund” or a project of similar origin….”

    “…The violence, Western media claims, stems from an anti-Islamic film produced in the US. In reality, the coordinated nature of the attacks on both the US Embassy in Libya, as well as its embassy in Cairo, Egypt, on the 11th anniversary of 9/11, are most likely using the Neo-Conservative Clarion Fund-esque propaganda film as a false pretense for violence long-planned. The Clarion Fund regularly produces anti-Muslim propaganda, like “Iranium,” specifically to maintain a strategy of tension using fear and anger to drive a wedge between Western civilization and Islam to promote perpetual global wars of profit….”

  10. Anonymous

    @AJ, thanks for the link to the video. I’m speechless (nearly) over how awful it is and I’m not talking about how Muslims are portrayed either. Just awful.

  11. Marie A.

    Who cares if the video is awful! The point is we are supposed to have freedom of speech in this country, and that includes the right to denounce Islam as a vile religion and to mock its founder in the same way others denounce Christianity, Judaism, Communism, Nazism, Environmentalism, Birchism and lord knows what else. It’s none of the government’s damned business, and the only response to foreigners who don’t like our liberties is to tell them they can run their sh*tholes anyway they like, but what we do is none of their damned business.

    The message should also make it clear that we will treat acts of war as acts of war and visit the hell of war upon them if they choose to commit acts of war against us.