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Another Case U.S. President Barack Obama's Administrations' MISSED OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE LIVES i.e., 9/11: Our Man in Lybia DID NOT HAVE TO DIE (Read Why President Barack Obama Ignored and/or Missed the Signs Months Ago Indicating for Him To STEP-Up SECURITY at Our American Embassy in Lybia! Now a Person is Dead! A US Diplomat! 13 Sep 2012 05:08

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Another Case U.S. President Barack Obama's Administrations' MISSED OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE LIVES i.e., 9/11: Our Man in Lybia DID NOT HAVE TO DIE (Read Why President Barack Obama Ignored and/or Missed the Signs Months Ago Indicating for Him To STEP-Up SECURITY at Our American Embassy in Lybia! Now a Person is Dead! A US Diplomat!

ADDITIONAL PROOF, AND ANOTHER CASE  CONTAINING U.S. President, Barack Obama's Entire Cabinet OF "UN-QUALIFIED" PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTEES I.E., WHO IN GIVING, THE UNITED STATES PRESIDENT, BARACK OBAMA, VIA THE CONDUIT OF THE, DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL PARTY, SIZABLE SUMS OF CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS, CAPTIVATED THEIR PRESENT SERIOUS "SWEETHEART POSITIONS." \

EXEMPLARY OF THE DANGEROUS AFOREMENTIONED PRECEDENT, IS HOME SECURITY SECRETARY, JANET NAPOLITANO, POSSESSING NEITHER A SINGLE SHRED OF EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE IN ANTI-TERRORISM ETC., THE SAME, JANET NAPOLITANO, WHO SHOULD HAVE HAD IN PLACE THE  TECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT THAT BOTH EXISTED, AND, WOULD AND COULD HAVE CAUGHT AND ARRESTED, THE NOW INFAMOUS, "SHOE & UNDERWEAR BOMBER'S" PRIOR THEIR BOARDING PLANES. READ MORE ABOUT, MISS NAPOLITANO'S INEXPERIENCE AND DANGEROUS BLUNDERS HERE -->

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Janet Napolitano is the third and incumbent United States Secretary of Homeland Security, serving in the administration of President Barack Obama. She is the fourth person to hold the position, which was created after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Wikipedia
Born: November 29, 1957 (age 54), New York City
Party: Democratic Party
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Janet Napolitano is the third and incumbent United States Secretary of Homeland Security, serving in the administration of President Barack Obama. She is the fourth person to hold the position, which was created after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Wikipedia
Born: November 29, 1957 (age 54), New York City
Party: Democratic Party

Janet Napolitano: Shoes Off At TSA Checkpoints May Soon End; But Should It Is The Question I Pose To Napolitano (?) Please educate yourself and read more about this ever so important issue at the following internet website ->

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/06/janet-napolitano-shoes-of_n_950571.html

Tsa Shoes
First Posted: 09/06/11 01:55 PM ET Updated: 11/06/11 05:12 AM ET
PRESENTLY, CITIZENS OF OUR SHARED WORLD CAN ONLY PRAY, SUCH INCIDENT'S WILL NEVER AGAIN OCCUR.

HOWEVER, NOT UNTIL THE DAY (IF EVER ARISEN) WHEN OUR SENATORS AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE MEMBERS, PLACE GENUINE CONCERN FOR HUMAN LIFE ABOVE THEIR NEVERENDING HOBBESSIAN DESIRE FOR LUST, VAINGLORY AND GREED, IT IS AS DOUBTFUL AS UNFORTUNATE, SUCH CHANGES WILL OCCUR IN OUR LIFETIME,

BEFORE ANOTHER INCIDENT ARISES IN WHICH TTHE PLANE PASSANGERS WE MAY NOT BE SARISE IN THE MANNER THE UNITED STATES SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES !  AND BHUMAN LIFE OVERCOMES HUMAN GREED IN CONGRESS AND THUNTIL AS IN EASTERN EUROPEAN STATES' SUCH AS RUSSIA AND SERBIA WHERE EXPERIENCE AND NOT CAMPAIGN SO-CALLED "DONATIONS" GET YOU IN A JOB POSITION OU WANT AND MUST EARN,

JANET NAPOLITANO, (CURRENT SECRETARY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA'S HOMELAND SECURITY OFFICES AND APPOINTED DIRECTLY BY , UNITED STATES PRESIDENT BATRACK OBAMA ELY NO EXPERIENCE IN TERRORISM, ONLY IN LAW HER ENTIRE LIFE, WITH NO BACKGROUND WHATSOEVER IN TERRORISM. SHE HAS ONLY STUDIED LAW IN COLLEGE.

MOREEVER, IT IS A SOCIAL MATTER OF FACT, TERRORISM EXPERT AND FRIEND ,DARKO TRIFUNOVIC AND I POSSESS MORE EXPERIENCE IN THE FEILD OF ANTI- NTERRORISM THAT, HOMELAND SECURITY SECRETARY, JANET NAPOLITANO, MOST ;L ONLY IN LAW, ecurity Secretary, Janet Napolitano, WH ONCE AGAIN MISSED EVERY SINGLE SIGN AND OPPORTUNITY TO SAVEAmbassador to Libya Christopher Stevens  LIVES  i.e., 9/11: Our Man in Lybia DID NOT HAVE TO DIE (Read Why President Barack Obama Ignored and/or  Missed the Signs Months Ago IndicatED    Indicated  Security At the United States E,bassy in Lybia MJSTBESTEPPED UP Him To STEP-Up SECURITY  at Our American Embassy in Lybia! Now a Person is Dead! A US Diplomat! DAMN YOU OBAMA !!!
The Black flag of Al Qaeda was hoisted in Libya yesterday as Nato formally ended its military campaign.
The standard fluttered from the roof of the courthouse in Benghazi, where the country’s new rulers have imposed sharia law since seizing power.
Seen as the seat of the revolution, the judicial building was used by rebel forces to establish their provisional government and media centre.
Change of regime? A trademark Al Qaeda flag was seen flying over Benghazi's courthouse last week Change of regime? A trademark Al Qaeda flag was seen flying over Benghazi's courthouse last week
Flying high: The Al Qaeda flag, with Arabic writing and a moon design, can be seen flying alongside a Libyan national flag above Benghazi's courthouse
Flying high: The Al Qaeda flag, with Arabic writing and a moon design, can be seen flying alongside a Libyan national flag above Benghazi's courthouse
Flying high: The Al Qaeda flag, with Arabic writing and a moon design, can be seen flying alongside a Libyan national flag above Benghazi's courthouse
The flag has been spotted on the courthouse several times, prompting denials from the National Transitional Council that it was responsible.
 Complete with Arabic script declaring ‘there is no God but Allah’ and a full moon underneath, it was hoisted alongside the Libyan national flag.
Extremists have been seen on Benghazi’s streets at night, waving the Al Qaeda flag and shouting ‘Islamiya, Islamiya! No East, nor West, VICE reported.

NATO'S LIBYA CAMPAIGN

Mar 17: U.N Security Council passes a resolution to impose a no-fly zone in Libyan airspace.
Mar 19: French and Italian aircraft enter Libyan airspace to begin reconnaissance and surveillance. British and U.S. ships and submarines fire Tomahawk cruise missiles at Libyan air and ground defences.
Naval blockade also enforced.
May 11: Nato aircraft fires four rockets at Gaddafi's compound in Tripoli, killing two people.
May 12: 52 NATO strikes are carried out against loyalist targets across the country.
May 26: In the strongest attack of the operation so far, Nato planes bomb 20 targets in Tripoli under 30 minutes.
June 13: Nato carries out 62 airstrikes against targets in Tripoli and four other cities.
June 20: Nato is accused of killing 19 civilians in Sorman, west Tripoli, following another attack
July 16: Another Nato strike kills 10 rebels and wounds 172 during an advance on Brega.
Aug 9: Nato bombs a warship in Tripoli harbour.
Aug 20: Nato-supported rebels in Tripoli launch an uprising in the city, as Nato launch bombing raids over government targets.
Oct 20: Rebel forces take Sirte, with Gaddafi captured and eventually killed as Nato planes attack his convoy.
Oct 23: Gaddafi's family are forced to flee as rebels claim his compound in Bab al-Azizia.
Oct 31: Nato ends operations in Libya
A sudden lurch toward extremism will alarm many in the West who supported the ousting of Colonel Gaddafi.
It also threatens to embarrass David Cameron who staked his personal reputation on the campaign to free Libya from the tyrant. Nato stuck to its decision to end its seven-month operation despite calls from the National Transitional Council for it to stay longer.
Allies of Nato have been keen to see a quick conclusion to a costly effort that has involved 26,000 air sorties and round-the-clock naval patrols.
The UN Security Council authorised the mission in March to protect civilians in the civil war.
Nato staff temporarily seconded to the headquarters in Naples for the Libyan operation are being reassigned to their regular duties, officials said.
Last week, the country’s interim leader, Mustafa Abdul-Jalil, declared that sharia will be the ‘basic source’ of legislation.
The chairman of the National Transitional Council has also declared the country’s future parliament will have an ‘Islamist tint’.
Sharia law is a form of hardline Islamic rule favoured by fundamentalist groups such as the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Mr Abdul-Jalil has been at pains to insist ‘that we as Libyans are moderate Muslims’, and has said the proposed constitution is ‘temporary’ and will be put to a referendum.
But he has given a speech in which he said any law that ‘violates sharia’ is ‘null and void’.
This means Libyan men will be free to take more than one wife, a policy branded a ‘disaster for women’ by Adelrahman al-Shatr, a founder of the newly-formed centre-right Party of National Solidarity.
He said: ‘By abolishing the marriage law, women lose the right to keep the family home if they divorce. It is a disaster for Libyan women.

The Al-Qaeda flag was seen above Benghazi's courthouse just days after Libyan rebels imposed Sharia law on parts of the country (file picture) The Al-Qaeda flag was seen above Benghazi's courthouse just days after Libyan rebels imposed Sharia law on parts of the country (file picture)
‘It is a subject that should be discussed with the different political groups and with the Libyan people. These declarations create feelings of pain and bitterness among women.’
A spokesman for a group called Women Living Under Muslim Laws said: ‘Women are directly targeted by this change in laws and will lose many acquired rights in the process.’
The Benghazi courthouse was the epicentre of the revolution and on its forecourt in February running battles were fought with Gaddafi’s  mercenaries in the first few days of the uprising.
After Benghazi fell to the rebels, the courthouse became the headquarters of the fledgling leadership. They barricaded the main doors with wooden logs and set up a rudimentary government on the first floor, from where they worked tirelessly to organise the rest of the eight-month revolution.
To this day, captured tanks parked outside the courthouse are a playground for children and a symbol of the people’s defeat of the tyrant.
Success: Nato has destroyed around 5,900 military targets since it began operations in Libya seven months ago Success: Nato has destroyed around 5,900 military targets since it began operations in Libya seven months ago

Flying proudly over the birthplace of Libya's revolution, the flag of Al Qaeda

The black flag of Al Qaeda was hoisted in Libya yesterday as Nato formally ended its military campaign.
The standard fluttered from the roof of the courthouse in Benghazi, where the country’s new rulers have imposed sharia law since seizing power.
Seen as the seat of the revolution, the judicial building was used by rebel forces to establish their provisional government and media centre.
Change of regime? A trademark Al Qaeda flag was seen flying over Benghazi's courthouse last week Change of regime? A trademark Al Qaeda flag was seen flying over Benghazi's courthouse last week
Flying high: The Al Qaeda flag, with Arabic writing and a moon design, can be seen flying alongside a Libyan national flag above Benghazi's courthouse
Flying high: The Al Qaeda flag, with Arabic writing and a moon design, can be seen flying alongside a Libyan national flag above Benghazi's courthouse
Flying high: The Al Qaeda flag, with Arabic writing and a moon design, can be seen flying alongside a Libyan national flag above Benghazi's courthouse
The flag has been spotted on the courthouse several times, prompting denials from the National Transitional Council that it was responsible.
 
Complete with Arabic script declaring ‘there is no God but Allah’ and a full moon underneath, it was hoisted alongside the Libyan national flag.
Extremists have been seen on Benghazi’s streets at night, waving the Al Qaeda flag and shouting ‘Islamiya, Islamiya! No East, nor West, VICE reported.

NATO'S LIBYA CAMPAIGN

Mar 17: U.N Security Council passes a resolution to impose a no-fly zone in Libyan airspace.
Mar 19: French and Italian aircraft enter Libyan airspace to begin reconnaissance and surveillance. British and U.S. ships and submarines fire Tomahawk cruise missiles at Libyan air and ground defences.
Naval blockade also enforced.
May 11: Nato aircraft fires four rockets at Gaddafi's compound in Tripoli, killing two people.
May 12: 52 NATO strikes are carried out against loyalist targets across the country.
May 26: In the strongest attack of the operation so far, Nato planes bomb 20 targets in Tripoli under 30 minutes.
June 13: Nato carries out 62 airstrikes against targets in Tripoli and four other cities.
June 20: Nato is accused of killing 19 civilians in Sorman, west Tripoli, following another attack
July 16: Another Nato strike kills 10 rebels and wounds 172 during an advance on Brega.
Aug 9: Nato bombs a warship in Tripoli harbour.
Aug 20: Nato-supported rebels in Tripoli launch an uprising in the city, as Nato launch bombing raids over government targets.
Oct 20: Rebel forces take Sirte, with Gaddafi captured and eventually killed as Nato planes attack his convoy.
Oct 23: Gaddafi's family are forced to flee as rebels claim his compound in Bab al-Azizia.
Oct 31: Nato ends operations in Libya
A sudden lurch toward extremism will alarm many in the West who supported the ousting of Colonel Gaddafi.
It also threatens to embarrass David Cameron who staked his personal reputation on the campaign to free Libya from the tyrant. Nato stuck to its decision to end its seven-month operation despite calls from the National Transitional Council for it to stay longer.
Allies of Nato have been keen to see a quick conclusion to a costly effort that has involved 26,000 air sorties and round-the-clock naval patrols.
The UN Security Council authorised the mission in March to protect civilians in the civil war.
Nato staff temporarily seconded to the headquarters in Naples for the Libyan operation are being reassigned to their regular duties, officials said.
Last week, the country’s interim leader, Mustafa Abdul-Jalil, declared that sharia will be the ‘basic source’ of legislation.
The chairman of the National Transitional Council has also declared the country’s future parliament will have an ‘Islamist tint’.
Sharia law is a form of hardline Islamic rule favoured by fundamentalist groups such as the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Mr Abdul-Jalil has been at pains to insist ‘that we as Libyans are moderate Muslims’, and has said the proposed constitution is ‘temporary’ and will be put to a referendum.
But he has given a speech in which he said any law that ‘violates sharia’ is ‘null and void’.
This means Libyan men will be free to take more than one wife, a policy branded a ‘disaster for women’ by Adelrahman al-Shatr, a founder of the newly-formed centre-right Party of National Solidarity.
He said: ‘By abolishing the marriage law, women lose the right to keep the family home if they divorce. It is a disaster for Libyan women.

The Al-Qaeda flag was seen above Benghazi's courthouse just days after Libyan rebels imposed Sharia law on parts of the country (file picture) The Al-Qaeda flag was seen above Benghazi's courthouse just days after Libyan rebels imposed Sharia law on parts of the country (file picture)
‘It is a subject that should be discussed with the different political groups and with the Libyan people. These declarations create feelings of pain and bitterness among women.’
A spokesman for a group called Women Living Under Muslim Laws said: ‘Women are directly targeted by this change in laws and will lose many acquired rights in the process.’
The Benghazi courthouse was the epicentre of the revolution and on its forecourt in February running battles were fought with Gaddafi’s  mercenaries in the first few days of the uprising.
After Benghazi fell to the rebels, the courthouse became the headquarters of the fledgling leadership. They barricaded the main doors with wooden logs and set up a rudimentary government on the first floor, from where they worked tirelessly to organise the rest of the eight-month revolution.
To this day, captured tanks parked outside the courthouse are a playground for children and a symbol of the people’s defeat of the tyrant.because her 'brown leg










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