Full Summary Of The Latest In Anti-American Sentiment

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Having trouble keeping track of how many countries have now officially rebelled against Pax Americana in the past week? Here is your handy one-stop resource to keep you abreast of all the latest in the embassy storming fad.

Since the map above is as of September 13, don't forget to add Afghanistan and now Pakistan. And further details courtesy of AP:



Hundreds of protesters demonstrating against the film torched a press club and a government building in the northwestern town of Wari, setting of clashes with police that killed one demonstrator and wounded several others.

Hundreds also clashed with police for a second day in the southern city of Karachi as they tried to reach the U.S. Consulate there. Police lobbed tear gas and fired in the air to disperse the protesters who were from the student wing of the Jamaat-e-Islami party. Police arrested 40 students, but no injuries were reported.



Demonstrations turned violent outside a U.S. military base in Kabul, where about 800 protesters burned cars and threw rocks at Camp Phoenix. Many in the crowd shouted "Death to America!" and "Death to those people who have made a film and insulted our Prophet."

Police fired into the air to hold back about crowd and to prevent it from pushing toward government buildings downtown. More than 20 police officers were slightly injured, most of them hit by rocks. Protests also broke out along the main thoroughfare into Kabul, where demonstrators burned shipping containers and tires. The crowd torched at least one police vehicle before finally dispersing.



Hundreds clashed with police outside the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta, hurling rocks and firebombs and setting tires alight. It was the first violence seen in the world's most populous Muslim country since international outrage over the film exploded last week. Eleven policemen were rushed to the hospital after being pelted with rocks and attacked with bamboo sticks, while four protesters were arrested and one was hospitalized.

Demonstrators burned a picture of President Barack Obama and tried to ignite a fire truck parked outside the embassy after ripping a water hose off the vehicle and torching it, sending black smoke billowing into the sky. Police used water cannons and tear gas to try to disperse the crowd as the protesters shouted "Allahu Akbar," or God is great, and burned a U.S. flag. Demonstrations were also held in the cities of Medan and Bandung.



Iran's top leader urged the West to show it respects Muslims by blocking the film. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Western leaders must prove they are not "accomplices" in a "big crime." Khamenei was quoted on state TV as noting that some nations place restrictions on expression, such as banning Nazi-related sites.



An al-Qaida-linked Egyptian jihadist, Ahmed Ashoush, issued a religious edict, or fatwa, saying it is justified to kill anyone who took part in the making of the prophet film.

Ashoush, who was believed close to Osama bin Laden and al-Qaida's current No. 1, Ayman al-Zawahri, heads the relatively obscure "Jihad Group." His edict, posted on a militant website, says the blood of the participants in the movie "should be shed, including the producer, the director and the actors" and that "their killing is a duty of every capable Muslim."



Several hundred Palestinians held a peaceful protest in the city of Ramallah against the film. Men stood on one side, chanting, "We will sacrifice for you, oh Muhammad." Women wearing headscarves stood on the other side, holding up large posters in Arabic, including one that read: "The Prophet is more important than my family."



The country's telecommunication regulator said it has blocked access to the video and urged users to report any existing links to the country's Internet providers. Internet users in the Emirates searching by name for the film on YouTube, for example, now get a standard page used for other censored sites in the country saying "this website is not accessible in the UAE." There are loopholes, though, since YouTube itself is not blocked and it is still possible to view the film by clicking recently posted links found within the site.



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Clashfan's picture

The satanic elite had their hands in rock (and the whole music industry) from the beginning, Davey.

Inside the LC is a terrific piece that any serious rock fan should examine.

Clashfan's picture


My advice is to ignore the "Moondoggie" stuff at the top. Start w/Chapter 1 of Inside the LC, and try to read two or three chapters before you quit (if you can quit by then). Fascinating stuff.

The only problem (if it is a problem) is his writing stye, with lots of names and specific details. I have to re-read sections, to be sure that I can keep up with the names.

Race Car Driver's picture

I junked ya for trotting out Joe Scarborough like he wasn't a hired MSM propagandist. It's meaningless, dumbass.


(well... I would have junked you if not for the font bug. Consider your post mentally junked. lol)

Stackers's picture

more like the last 500 years. spices, silk, opium, tea, oil. Take your pick.

Sudden Debt's picture


johnQpublic's picture

i'm just waiting for the protests when that anit-Abraham movie comes out

GetZeeGold's picture



Oh no you didn't!


CPL's picture

Life of Brian?


red sea pedestrians, etc, etc...

PiratePawpaw's picture

"Blessed are the cheesemakers?"

XitSam's picture

Wasn't that covered by Bill Mahar's movie (which also mocked Islam)?

johnQpublic's picture

i would rather drill ahole in my foot than watch anything by bill mahr

Metalredneck's picture

They better leave my Flying Spaghetti Monster alone.  My Pastafrian pirate brothers are not a peaceful bunch.

TheInfoman's picture

Poor example.  Muslims view Abraham, who fathered Ishmael, as an Arab forefather.

Cognitive Dissonance's picture

More and more everyone's buttons will become easier and easier to push......including "we the people" right here in the good USA.

<God forbid we take a real close look at ourselves.>

txsilverbug's picture

Can speak about God anymore.. someone might throw a rock..

macholatte's picture


"we the sheeple" are not going to do a damn thing.

kaiserhoff's picture

A close look at ourselves as opposed to what???

France, Africa, Latin America, the Arab Street?  Where are the theoretical keepers of righteousness these days, as opposed to arrogance and self-righteousness?


txsilverbug's picture

let em starve.. cut the funding.. fuck em.

pirea's picture

let them sell their oil for real money and eat what they want

jelyfish's picture

We cut off funding they will take their banking needs to other countries.  If my memory serves banking (finance) is 85% of our GDP.

Sudden Debt's picture

I blame American Tourists!!!



new game's picture

will the fucking idiots EVER fucking link cause and effect??????????????

insanelysane's picture

just spewed water all over the keyboard, thanks for making my Monday morning!

Sudden Debt's picture




Sudden Debt's picture

*PS: before this goes all international and more Diplomats get killed over this post, I was talking about the butterflies...

new game's picture

bumper stickers, ribbons, rah rah ru ru.

but, but i'm for peace, man.

very few can see the story.

not sure they want to.

humans are not peacefull.

accept it and fight for what you have (liberty),

cause that is all you have in the end...

insanelysane's picture

Fewer countries to send Christmas cards to this year, bullish!

CrimsonAvenger's picture

Not bullish, since USPS needs all the business it can get...

dont say a word's picture

Australia should be on the map also. They had violent protests/clashes with police in Sydney on the 15th.

gojam's picture

'We're gonna need a bigger map.'

Bazza McKenzie's picture

The protests in Sydney were by Muslims that our stupid government has imported, not by Australians.  Those people don't identify as Australians and frankly most of us would be happy to see them gone.

LULZBank's picture

Did you ask the Aboregines, their views?

Bazza McKenzie's picture

Yeh, the Aborigines would like them gone too.

j0nx's picture

As most of us here would be with all the illegal Mexicans/central Americans that have inundated our cities and states here and stolen millions of jobs from our OWN unskilled laborers. Regardless of what some of the apologists here would have you believe.

CrockettAlmanac.com's picture

Kind of like the Palestinians feel about the Nabka.

Vlad Tepid's picture

As a non-Australian, I too would be happy to see them gone.  When I think of an Australian, and having known several, I have a particular image in my head of a pleasant person, hardy as they are ruddy and of good Isles working stock.  Then the BBC or some such crap comes on and says Hamid Ahmed ElAlalalal, et al and his Australian mate were wreaking havoc.  Ditto for "Swedish" Somalis and "German" Turks.  I have nothing wrong with these ethnicities per say, but to be Swedish, German, or Australian means more to most than the design on ones passport.  Not everwhere can be the miraculous chamber er, melting pot that the US is.

CrockettAlmanac.com's picture


good Isles working stock


You mean criminal stock, don't you?

Mister Ponzi's picture

Yerevan? Armenia?? Muslim world??? Sure, and Lesotho is a Baltic country.

HD's picture

They still hate us in Pottsylvania.

larz's picture

oh boy we better fold - sorry for dividing up the desert back in the day lets take that back - do over - uncle theyre right we are wrong hang my head in shame.  Pay no attention to the oligarchy behind the curtain

txsilverbug's picture

Im bullish on rocks

Cognitive Dissonance's picture

Africa has been sending their hurricanes to the USA for thousands of years.

Payback is a bitch.


The Birth of Atlantic Hurricanes

N. B. Forrest's picture

That's it.


We need to riot and kill some African diplomats. 

eatapeach's picture

Hey hebrew hammer--your bullship will be sniffed out here quick. This is a logical, shrewd crowd.

Whoa Dammit's picture

The closing hearts and minds campaign is working well.