Seventeen people saw the video, according to the youtube counter, before Obama lied about it. Seventeen, out of 8+ billion people in the world. Those seventeen hits were most likely just the people who made the video watching themselves.<quoted text>i know history far, far better than you do..i keep schooling you on it.
what does your cut and paste have to do with anything?
how bout we go back to your lie about no one seeing the video? recent history that has to to with the topic at hand...why do you keep lying about that history?
Nobody ever saw that video before Obama lied about it causing some "spontaneous demonstration" that never happened and nobody has any evidence of.
So, what evidence did the White House or State Department ever have of a "spontaneous demonstration" that never happened Obama lied about to cover up the Al Qaeda attack on the United States in Benghazi?
And, you obviously don't know enough history to contribute to this discussion. Perhaps you were sidetracked by having to answer questions about Obama lying about some spontaneous demonstration that never happened and nobody has any evidence of. I'll give to you your history lesson again. You're assignment is to add to this list of events in history.
Let's help the people here learn some history. How about we start with recent US history and the most significant event of the previous century, the Cold War. A study of one of the proxy wars of the Cold War would be most useful. A study of Korea is an example of how the US saving a country from communist slavery allows that country to become one of the super power economies of the world. How about an example of a country the US didn't save... Vietnam.
Let's start at the beginning.
The Japanese army was in Vietnam when the war ended. The Chinese monitored their removal in the northern portion of Vietnam. The Brittish monitored their removal from the southern portion of Vietnam. After the Japanese army was removed, the Brittish army left Vietnam. The Chinese didn't leave. Ho Chi Minh goes to Paris and asks the French to come back to Vietnam and force the Chinese to leave. The French return to Vietnam and bring elections with them, and the Chinese leave Vietnam.
Take it from there. Tell us what happened in Vietnam that eventually led to the US being involved.
.... got a problem there, don't you? You don't know a fucking thing about history, do you?