Monday, October 08, 2007

The burning of the US Embassy In Pakistan in 1979

Many of us are under the delusion that anti American mania in Pakistan is something new. This is most often a delusion of far left commies who are clueless about actual history.

Around the same time of the American Hostage crisis in Iran, Islamic nuts tried to seize Mecca and the US embassy in Pakistan was stormed and burned by a violent mob. A US soldier named Crowley bled to death in a vault and a second was gunned down as he slept. The Pakistani military did nothing to disperse the crowd and was on hand. Calls to Zia Al Huq from Jimmy Carter were ignored.

Amazingly Jimmy Peanut credits Al Huq with a swift response to the crisis in his memoirs. There seems to be a consistent pattern of deception in the writings of Carter. Obviously, this crisis that is noted in the book lThe Siege of Mecca is described as taking place for the better part of the day. The folks who survived did so because the Islamofascists tired and went home and there was no Pakistani military action.

Nore interestingly the rioters believed the seige of Mecca was a US-Israeli invasion. The mindless Commies seem to think that idiotic Jewish American conspiracies in the Arab and Muslim world start on 9-11. This is clearly not the case.

Beamish in 08 !!!!!!!!

3 comments:

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

It was the Ayatollah Khomeini who was preaching that America was involved in the siege of Mecca. This caused several American embassies in the Islamic world to be burned to the ground.

Always On Watch said...

the rioters believed the seige of Mecca was a US-Israeli invasion.

Of course!

beakerkin said...

Mr B

That is 100% correct. However, the book also notes Indira Ghandi also attempted to take advantage of the situation. The Bangladeshi government protected the embassy.