US slams hostage-taking; Clinton to call Algeria

Jan 17, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Philly.com

The Obama administration appeared to be in the dark Thursday about a hostage situation at a natural gas plant in Algeria, where Algerian forces launched a military assault to free dozens of foreign hostages, including an unknown number of Americans, held by Islamist militants.

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Jan 17, 2013
 
Evidently, Algerian regime refused to get any help from Obama and Hillary and operated without the help of France or Britain after that Obama's led NATO attack on Libya made al Qaida stronger than ever and threatening Algeria security from Libya. It is not surprising that the al Qaida affiliated "Rebels" of Obama that were armed with American weapons and fought with NATO to kill Gaddafi and his supporters in Libya are now emboldened to expand their rule all over Northern Africa. Egypt, Tunisia and Libya became safe heaven to the al Qaida terrorists that were able to get much of the guns and missiles of Gaddafi and became military power that took over Northern Mali and kept moving forward in their Jihadist war aiming at spreading of the Shariya laws and radical Mozlem Brother rule over Africa. Obama as the Mozlem Brother sympathizer of the world was busy playing golf when the world is falling to anarchy and chaos by the al Qaida and Taliban terrorists. With the rapid pull-out of US troops from Afghanistan and the entire Middle East and Africa, Obama will keep hiding behind the scenes when the world's oil and gas fields will be set in flames by the Mozlem Brother terrorists under the Mozlem Brother regimes that Obama pushed forward and financed such as in Egypt under Dictator Morsi. Nevertheless, Obama will continue to ban oil and gas drilling in US waters and land which will make America more dependent of the Mozlem Brother terrorists.
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Jan 17, 2013
 

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THIS SOUNDS LIKE FAKE NEWS AND THAT IT'S NOT HAPPENING THE WAY IT IS REPORTED.

SO WHY WOULD THE ALGERIAN PEOPLE OR THE PEOPLE OF MALI WHERE THE FRENCH IMPERIALISTS KILLED MILLIONS WANT THE FRENCH COLONIALISTS BACK WITH THEIR SAME MURDERING BEHAVIORS???
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The al-Qaeda militans in Algeria are mostly the same gangster mercenaries Clinton herself brought over from Qatar to fight Gaddafi.
Now she complaints, because they don't play by the her 'American Rules"?
Tough!
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it was desinformations ba algeria goverment, action over, action not over, why they desinformate
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Jan 18, 2013
 
marc wrote:
it was desinformations ba algeria goverment, action over, action not over, why they desinformate
The Algerian Government didn't report anything!
All the fake news stemmed from fake Reuter western spy agency reporters.
All western 'news' ain't news worthy anyway!
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Jan 18, 2013
 
Dr Anonymous blogger reports for public awareness;

As matter of fact U.S administration had, covertly, provoked tyrannical failed regime in the Algeria to kill the captured prisoners so that no public attention over what going on in the Mali.

Unfortunately, France government is co-partener of U.S in that matter.
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If US Special Forces would have handled this rescue, all of the hostages would be alive and all of the terrorists would be dead. The inept and corrupt Algerians should have stepped aside and let the grown ups deal with this matter.
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Faith wrote:
If US Special Forces would have handled this rescue
You must be ex-pros-titute, aren't ya ?

U.S special pros-titutes no longer have the means to intervene. They are totally broken.

Like those rats;

http://www.youtube.com/watch...
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many countries seems to show concerns and vocally condemn the algerian assault on the terrorists. but who cared to hear the algerian concerns when the nato decided to launch its assault againt kadafi, was not algeria at that time warning that that would open the gates of hell, is not this crisis an offshot of the lybian war? i read hear that algrai should have let the americans deal with this , who would sincelry accept another country medle in its affairs. i understand the concerns of other countries because their citizens were in danger but aren't there also more than 6oo algrian workers too?
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Jan 18, 2013
 
Operation KL wrote:
The al-Qaeda militans in Algeria are mostly the same gangster mercenaries Clinton herself brought over from Qatar to fight Gaddafi.
Now she complaints, because they don't play by the her 'American Rules"?
Tough!
I bet the toxic Bitch isn't laughing now.
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I think what we could be looking at is the re-Colonizing of Affrica,i believe massive oil fields have been found in Mali and mineral deposits,we also have something called AFRICOM,thats the US version of the Nazi Afrika Korps who are all over Africa like a rash,the French are just part of the Reich taking point in Mali with big Brother the US taking a back seat like they did in Libya,in fact they could even be financing those Al-Qaeda terrorists in Mali just to justify intervention,thats how they work.

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This was an Algerian problem for Algeria to handle, which they did.
Did they handle it perfectly? No , but these thing never are.
The USA needs to scale back, bring our troops home and let the rest of the World handle their own problems.
has any of these foreign Wars of the USA ever benefited the average person in the USA
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Jan 18, 2013
 
well,,, i thought the dead islamic savage males part, was pretty beneficial.... to the entire planet.

after all, a dead muslim male can mass murder uin the future. see, win win !

Lastly, Go Drones... saving the Planet and US pilots, one dead muslim at a time...
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Jan 18, 2013
 
cant mass murder... not can... (you know, cause dayze dead)
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Faith wrote:
If US Special Forces would have handled this rescue, all of the hostages would be alive and all of the terrorists would be dead. The inept and corrupt Algerians should have stepped aside and let the grown ups deal with this matter.
It's an Algerian problem caused by USA and Nato who created a heaven for Alqaeda in Libya, now we are suffering from their attacks.
The Algerian Army did it so fine, all terrorist have been killed,
107 foreign workers and 685 local employees had been released.
23 hostages were killed most of them Algerian.

Again; Algeria is not Iraq or Libya ok? we resolve our problem by ourselves
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Jan 20, 2013
 
californio wrote:
This was an Algerian problem for Algeria to handle, which they did.
Did they handle it perfectly? No , but these thing never are.
The USA needs to scale back, bring our troops home and let the rest of the World handle their own problems.
has any of these foreign Wars of the USA ever benefited the average person in the USA
Your an idiot. They let all the Algerian workers go. And kept only the foreign ones. Our's and British Special Forces could have brought this to a close with minimal loss of life of the hostages. But for some reason we were not involved. Instead we let Algeria take control of the rescue of US workers and they were doomed from start.

I can hear it now. General lets launch covert action in daylight. Yeah? And lets use attack helicopter's. Ok! They will never hear or see us coming. WE will catch them by surprise! And it ends in failure! Or did it? They saved the facility which was the objective all along!
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Algerino wrote:
<quoted text> It's an Algerian problem caused by USA and Nato who created a heaven for Alqaeda in Libya, now we are suffering from their attacks.
The Algerian Army did it so fine, all terrorist have been killed,
107 foreign workers and 685 local employees had been released.
23 hostages were killed most of them Algerian.
Again; Algeria is not Iraq or Libya ok? we resolve our problem by ourselves
At least 6 Brit's were killed in final assault. You might want to read story again. Algerian Military? Complete idiots and street thugs. Making sure everyone dies does not make it a rescue operation!
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Robert wrote:
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Your an idiot. They let all the Algerian workers go. And kept only the foreign ones. Our's and British Special Forces could have brought this to a close with minimal loss of life of the hostages. But for some reason we were not involved. Instead we let Algeria take control of the rescue of US workers and they were doomed from start.
I can hear it now. General lets launch covert action in daylight. Yeah? And lets use attack helicopter's. Ok! They will never hear or see us coming. WE will catch them by surprise! And it ends in failure! Or did it? They saved the facility which was the objective all along!
most of terrorists were suicide bomber. it's not easy to deal with. Algeria will never allow another army come to the country.... Simply it's Algeria sovereignty ..... our special forces did everything so fine with less victims, in Algeria we do know, we never negotiate with terrorists.
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Algerino wrote:
<quoted text> most of terrorists were suicide bomber. it's not easy to deal with. Algeria will never allow another army come to the country.... Simply it's Algeria sovereignty ..... our special forces did everything so fine with less victims, in Algeria we do know, we never negotiate with terrorists.
The problem some people have is white mens lives that were on the line,if it was just Arabs or Africans they wouldn't give a Rats arse how many died.

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Robert wrote:
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Your an idiot. They let all the Algerian workers go. And kept only the foreign ones. Our's and British Special Forces could have brought this to a close with minimal loss of life of the hostages. But for some reason we were not involved. Instead we let Algeria take control of the rescue of US workers and they were doomed from start.
I can hear it now. General lets launch covert action in daylight. Yeah? And lets use attack helicopter's. Ok! They will never hear or see us coming. WE will catch them by surprise! And it ends in failure! Or did it? They saved the facility which was the objective all along!
No one made them go to work in Algeria. They went to work there by choice.
And I am willing to bet made very good money doing so.
If Americans want to work overseas for more money and american corporations want to go overseas to do business thats fine with me.But If they get into trouble , well they should have known the risks before they left. We cannot afford to Police the world.

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