“WHO GAVE THE STAND-DOWN ORDER?”
by OPOVV, ©2015
(May 1, 2015) — Seven hours. If one were so inclined, one could watch on the internet just about the whole seven hours that Ambassador Stevens was beaten, tortured, cattle-prodded, and burnt alive.
There’s a record of calls for additional security at the annex in Libya from our Ambassador which fell on deaf ears. Would you believe that the person who was charge of the security of our embassies was not a military veteran? Believe it.
I once did a contract for a VA hospital, and my liaison person with the hospital, the person in charge of remodeling and construction, had no experience in construction. None. Couldn’t read a blueprint if his life depended upon it. One would think that one would want the best qualified person possible to do the job at hand, and you would, if it was your money on the line. Unfortunately, our government isn’t concerned with filling a job slot with someone who can actually do the job. It seems as if the government goes out of its way to have incompetent people run the show on purpose.
Beaten: punched in the face, nose broken, kneecaps smashed, teeth cracked.
Tortured: fingernails ripped out, eyes poked, eardrums punctured, various ribs, arms and leg bones broken. Cattle-prodded: 8,000+ volts, 2/100’s of an amp, would feel as you just got kicked by a mule. Ambassador Stevens endured hours of torture.
Burnt alive: use your imagination. I won’t describe what they did to the poor guy, but take my word for it: it’ll make you sick.
So what words does one use to describe the actions of the United States military and government the night of Benghazi? Bunch of Cowards? Back-stabbing? Left-out-to-dry? Payback? Pay-Off?
Who gave the “Stand-down order”? SOME LOWLIFE did, and it was followed all the way down the chain of command. Those other three guys who died with the Ambassador refused to follow illegal orders.
But the order wasn’t followed all the way down, which just goes to show that, at any time and place while the “Stand-down order” was traveling down the chain of command, it could’ve been ignored. The only Patriots were the ones who fought and died that night. So where were all the other members of our military that night? Just what were the Captains of any of our Navy ships doing in the Med that night? Where was the cavalry, and why didn’t they even make an attempt to save the Ambassador and everyone else?
I have the right to know, as does every other citizen in the USA, who gave the “Stand-down order” that night: AND WHY? I want to know. I mean, I really want to know. Those guys didn’t have to die that night, and our Ambassador sure as blazes didn’t have to endure one New York second of torture.
Why the “Stand-down” order? For what purpose? And then, after it was all over and done with, why didn’t we go after the bad guys? Give them a choice: hand over those who tortured our Ambassador and we maybe won’t nuke Benghazi. We have a military for a reason. My “Rules of Engagement” are simple: you win with whatever will get the job done in the most expedient way without endangering any of our troops.
So Hillary: Who gave the “Stand-down order?”
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.