Anti-US Protests Spread To India, Bangladesh, Indonesia

Tyler Durden's picture

Did we say Arab Fall? We meant global fall. From the Star Tribune: "Thousands of Kashmiri Muslims protested Friday against an anti-Islam film, burning U.S. flags and calling President Barack Obama a "terrorist," while the top government cleric here reportedly demanded Americans leave the volatile Indian-controlled region immediately. In the southern Indian city of Chennai, protesters threw stones at the U.S. Consulate, shattering some windows and burning Obama in effigy. Police quickly cleared the area, arresting more than 100 protesters. U.S. Embassy officials in Delhi did not immediately comment." And elsewhere: "In Bangladesh, about 5,000 hardline Muslims marched in Dhaka's streets after Friday prayers, burning U.S. and Israeli flags and calling for the death of the filmmaker. Police prevented them from marching toward the U.S. Embassy several miles away." And elsewhere: "In Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation, about 200 protesters chanted slogans and held up signs in a largely peaceful protest outside the heavily guarded U.S. Embassy in Jakarta. American diplomatic outposts increased security worldwide this week after clips of the film went viral online and sparked violent protests in the Middle East. About 20 protesters outside the U.S. Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, shouted "Allahu akbar!" and handed reporters a letter addressed to the U.S. ambassador expressing their anger over the movie and calling for greater respect for religions."

Many more coming, providing a convenient cover to launch a defensive strategy against the entire Muslim world. Or something like that.

It's all under control though. 50 or so marines are on their way.

And let's not forget the silver lining: Ben Bernanke will single-handedly "stimulate" the US economy, and this time not by diluting its currency, but by printing replacement US flags for all those being currently burned down in literally half the world, and rising.

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TwoShortPlanks's picture

I wanna see Saudi burn too...fucking soon!!!

Stackers's picture

Nuke em all. Let Allah sort em out.

N. B. Forrest's picture

More Muslims behaving badly. 


Nothing new. 

john39's picture

what took you hasbara guys so long?

tonyw's picture

Very predictable, false flag anyone??

stocktivity's picture

We're right and everyone else in the world is wrong.

Renewable Life's picture

They are "demanding more respect for religion"!!! How about some fucking respect for freedom you uneducated, brain washed, pieces of shit!!!!

We are getting what we deserve with this shit though, pandering to those those fucking scumbag dictators for their fucking oil!!! This thing is so out of control, it's not even funny!!!

Going forward, we need to establish a litmus test for any Country that wants our money or help in the future, one question........"do you believe in freedom as the basis for your society"? If yes, let's talk and see if your living up to it, if no.......go fuck yourself!!!!!

john39's picture

start by ending support for Israel...

GeezerGeek's picture

As far as I can tell, Islam does not believe in, nor respect, freedom. Isn't it all about submission? Now if only the US had a government that believed in freedom!

Panafrican Funktron Robot's picture

"As far as I can tell, Islam does not believe in, nor respect, freedom."

Depending on your interpretation, neither does Christianity.  In fact, those that interpret the Bible as it probably should (I read it as essentially implying the ultimate individual sovereignty of man "the kingdom of god is within you") are typically branded as heretics and "handled" accordingly.  Reference Tolstoy, Ghandi, and Martin Luther King as particularly famous examples of these "heretics", the Quakers are particularly hated by "certain interests" as well because of this stance.  Puritan WASP or death, amiright?  

Renewable Life's picture

Exactly right, which is why Jefferson and Adams made damn sure they envisioned a Country that was NOT run by religion in any way! But at the same time said, if you want to be fucking crazy, you have the right to and we will protect that right, however you dont have the right to control the govt or form a national religion! Because they understood power corrupts and govt power really corrupts, but religious govt power is fucking murderous, crazy corrupt (ala Iran and the boys)

blunderdog's picture

Yeah, you're "free" to submit to GOD. burn in damnation for eternity.  It's your choice.

It's the same as Christianity, really.  Obviously only a loving and merciful creator would put us all here and DARE us to reject him and invoke his wrath.

"Dear Gawd, thank you for these wonderful options!" --B. Hicks

Clashfan's picture

As far as what is accepted as commond doctine from those three religions discussed above, the NT comes nowhere near to advocating the kind of violence and outright crap that the Talmud or Koran advocate. Nowhere near.

Saying that people who come in the name of religion have done bad things is fine. But the NT can hardly justify the kinds of behaviors that the Koran or Talmud justify.

To some of us, this is an important difference.

blunderdog's picture

You won't find many theocrats quoting the NT when they're trying to justify stoning fags and bombing brown people.

If the 'Murkin Xtian "right" would pay more attention to Jesus' message, they wouldn't constantly be pissing off the other 80% of the country.

Primitive fanatics gonna fanat.  Not much to do about it.

Clashfan's picture

True--no disagreement here, Blunder.

But my point is about the texts and how they differ. It makes me sad to see the NT get lumped in w/the other two.

LULZBank's picture

No foreign aid?

What about those fresh printed dollars?? Where and who would spend them???

rqb1's picture

great video that kid made, thanks

Overfed's picture

I've been trying to spread this around. No affiliation.

TwoShortPlanks's picture

Fuck me if Crazy Celente didn't say all this would happen...or thereabouts.

This violence and uprising will all swing toward Banks and Jooz soon enough.

He we go again!!!

Bullish Zyklon B.

Dr. Richard Head's picture

I love that man, but still wish he wasn't blindsided by MotherFUckingGlobal.

john39's picture

he was trying to buy physical gold...  could have happened to anyone trying to make a bigger sized buy.

LULZBank's picture

Celente, indeed is the man!!!

rfaze's picture

Wait till their food prices double because the Fed is flooding the world with dollars.

MachoMan's picture

Hell, they're already pissed off because someone didn't allow snackbar...

Palmer Eldritch's picture

You do realize that they are now protesting in the very places that grow a lot of the food for that region... indonesia, Malaysia, India, etc.  These ain't deserts, these are the vertiable rice and palm fields of SE Asia and will be the strongest economies (and in the case of Malaysia one of the strongest currencies) in the world over the next 30 years.

The shit people say here...Wow.

SGS's picture

Food?! FOOD!??? They have the new iphone 5 coming!! FOOOOD???

4xaddict's picture

we should all panic these angry mobs constitute a huge percentage of these countriies' respective populations, anarchy has befallen us.

seriously, stfu and gtfo. this is not news.

Gene Parmesan's picture

These are not the angry mobs you're looking for. [/hand wave]

hedgeless_horseman's picture



About 20 protesters outside the Empirial Embassy on Mon Calamari shouted "Admiral Ackbar!" and handed reporters a letter addressed to the Empirial Ambassador expressing their anger over the trade embargo and calling for greater respect for all species."

Vlad Tepid's picture

They soon realized it was a trap and fell back when they couldn't repel firepower of that magnitude.

FreedomGuy's picture

I think it is interesting in that these protesters indirectly tell you alot about themselves. If you saw an offensive (pick any offense) made in India, Europe or a free country would you immediately associate it with their government? We would not. I would not protest the Indian embassy if something offensive to Christianity was filmed in India. Maplethorpe did overtly purposely offensive Christian art and nothing got burnt down. Hell, we could not even stop his government funding.

My point is these people think in terms of authoritarian govenment. They assume that everything in a country is controlled and approved by the government because that is the way they operate. I think it is inculcated deeply in their culture and it comes through their religion. They have a religion based on conquest and submission and merging of government and religion. The only type of government acceptable to them is a theocracy of some sort. It raises an interesting question of whether or not they can do some form of pluralistic government as we in the West understand it. I tend to think not. In a direct democracy how many think they would immediately vote to eliminate all the Jews, Christians and other minority religions in their countries? I think they would.

I would guess it is nearly impossible to move forward on any kind of social or even technological progress. It raises real questions of whom we would support for government and even what trade relations we would want to have. I personally have recently changed my mind on what I think of dictators in the Middle East. I viscerally hate dictators everywhere. Hell, I hate bureaucrats who rule all western nations. However, only dictators seem to keep any form of peace in these countries.

AnAnonymous's picture

'Americans' are best friends to dictators... Nothing new.

FreedomGuy's picture

That is a shallow stupid comment. We are friends with democracies everywhere but democracies do not exist everywhere. In fact, democracies control only a small but the most prosperous parts of the globe. America, like all countries have interests. The point that I make is that perhaps dictators are the better of two evil choices in some countries. You think the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt plans on a pluralistic society that includes religious minorities or setting aside sharia law for them? From an outsider perspective a Mubarak may be better than a Mursi.

Cathartes Aura's picture

hang on - aren't "democracies" bad??

they sure get the vitriol up in these threads - can anyone define the concept for us?  or are "democracies" good for friends of amrka, but not for the homeland?


blunderdog's picture

"Mob rule" is GOOD when it's your preferred mob.

It's BAD when it's a mob you don't like.

Honestly, it's amazing to me how many folks here have fully bought-in to the idea that these protests/riots/attacks/wtfever are "responses" to the release of an offensive film on the Internet.

Psst: the film is just the EXCUSE.  These folks have plenty of reason to be pissed off and want to firebomb our embassies ALREADY.

LA burns about every 30 years.  Rodney King getting the black beat out of him wasn't really the CAUSE of anything. 

The firing-pin isn't what propels the projectile at 3000fps.

Clashfan's picture

Lots of Americans speak out against our government's friendships with dicatators. You see a lot of Americans do this on these threads, yet you continue to bash us.

Chinese run over students with tanks and try to stop freedom of religion.

Do you ever have anything bad to say about China?

MachoMan's picture

Well, I think an ancillary part to the issue of dictators is that religious freedom/diversity is often times better under dictator rule...  if we could just get them to shut the fuck up about ending the dollar oil peg and get them to continue sending us cheap oil for freshly devalued dollars, then all would be well.

Cathartes Aura's picture


They have a religion based on conquest and submission and merging of government and religion.

phew!   thankfully amrka has no leanings in that direction. . .

no history of "manifest destiny" nor murder of indigenous peoples in the name of ". . ."  because they're obviously heathens, they aren't in multiple layers of clothing to hide their shameful bodies!  and they're lazy, they only work a few hours a day tilling their soil & plants!  we can take their land 'n' stuffs, they're not real humans!  they don't look anything like our god!!

all in the name of whatever god is handy. . .

when was the last time a "non believer" held the prezydentshill office?

degrees.  it's all a matter of degrees.

Panafrican Funktron Robot's picture

"I viscerally hate dictators everywhere."

Bullshit.  You obviously do not hate dictators.

"However, only dictators seem to keep any form of peace in these countries."

See?  Necessary evil, right?  By the way, this is also bullshit.  Way to allow your brain to be manipulated in precisely the form they intend.  Think, man!  Think!  Your brain is your only potential source of personal sovereignty.  You have to actually do the work to ensure that potential becomes kinetic.  There are catalysts posted all over this site.  Educate yourself dude.  I'll start you off with Iran:

Just a small sampling of the extraordinary quantity of shit they had to deal with that's still happening right now.  I really, really hope you understand that the ME has been one big, long proxy battle between the Brits (and their US proxy) and the Russians.  Yes, I really did just call the US a proxy state for the Brits.  Hopefully by now you understand who controls our money supply.

Panafrican Funktron Robot's picture


Pretty sure they're just wondering why we keep shitting on their freedom.

Clashfan's picture

"I don't believe in generals

or their stinking torture states.

When I talk to the survivors

of things to sickening to relate,

if I had a rocket launcher,

I would retaliate." 

Clashfan's picture

Interesting that you mention Mapplethorpe's government funding. Dave McGowan, in Inside the LC, has an interesting bit:

The most likely scenario is that Hodel committed the crime in conjunction with various others in his pedophilic, Luciferian social circle. Man Ray, for example, is a compelling suspect, given that the posing of Ms. Short’s body appears to mimic The Minotaur, one of his better-known photographs. Man Ray, by the way, was something of the Robert Mapplethorpe of his era – the same Robert Mapplethorpe, it should be noted, whom investigative journalist Maury Terry has similarly linked to the Son of Sam case and various other ritualized murders (for more on George Hodel, Man Ray and the Black Dahlia murder, see Black Dahlia Avenger by Steve Hodel [George’s son and a former LAPD homicide detective] and Exquisite Corpse by Mark Nelson and Sarah Hudson Bayliss).

GeezerGeek's picture

My first thought upon seeing Obama riding a bicycle with that safety helmet was to equate that picture to one of Michael Dukakis wearing a tanker helmet back during the 1988 election.

Quinvarius's picture

This is like Tet all over again.

sushi's picture

This is over a cheap movie remember.

Wait until they get the message on no more cheap food!

Boy, will they be out thanking Ben & US at that time.

First they blow up our wedding parties!

And then they blow up the global economy!

And they want our thanks??

illyia's picture

Those "painless" drone strikes have had more blow-back than the 'mongers anticipated... or did they... ?

hedgeless_horseman's picture



...burning U.S. flags and calling President Barack Obama a "terrorist," 

They must want some of this...