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Anti-American Protest Spread in Islamic World

Mike1116 Wrote: Sep 15, 2012 4:01 PM
The rumor mill (the wife of a retired general) tells me that Ambassador Stevens turned down a recommendation for beefed up security. I think the security of diplomatic missions should not be in the hands of the ambassadors. Congress could fix this with regulations. We should have learned from Iran. Mobs should never be allowed to breach the walls of diplomatic missions. Some ideas: a permanent minefield inside the wall that can be switched on or off electrically. A ditch of burning oil that runs along the top of the wall. Remote controlled fully automatic shotguns. Sleeping gas to put large crowds to sleep. Anyone caught entering US territory illegally (the compound) should be deported to Mexico.
Wumingren Wrote: Sep 15, 2012 5:52 PM
Not Mexico! Look how easy it is for them to cross the border and enter illegally. You might as well give them 1st class passage on a jumbo jet and be done with it.

Anti-US protests: On 12 and 13 September anti-US protests spread. What follows is a summary of open source reporting about protests in 12 countries and Gaza City.

Yemen: Hundreds of Yemeni demonstrators stormed the US Embassy in Sana'a on Thursday in protest of the film. Unidentified witnesses said the demonstrators smashed windows of the security offices outside the embassy before breaking through the main gate of the compound. The protesters were on the embassy's grounds but did not enter the building housing the offices.