Now you tell me: Ambassador Stevens gay? MUST READ
In case you missed “Brideshead Revisited” back in the day you can watch it streaming on Netflix. It is for the true anglophile like myself. It was profoundly well done. About two white Englishmen one middle class one from the upper crust which was the true meaning of high falutin folks. But the problem if Stevens was gay is that the Arab world is fiercely anti gay and homophobic in the extreme and the frazy indefensible. As you may know and reported that Stevens was sodomized and then killed. I kept wondering about that. I mean why would they sodomize this man? It may have been done with an object rather than an actual organ. How horribly cruel of these bigots.
See my link and the story below from hillbuzz.com.
Programming Note: listen to a special radio report on this developing story via the HillBuzz & Mrs. Fox Show, archived from 9/14/2012– click HERE to listen
Dino explained in great detail that the brutal sodomizing of Stevens’ corpse was something that Muslims do to show the “utmost disrespect to the body” and that this is “a great insult in Islam” reserved for homosexuals. ”It is like making him a woman in death and he will be a woman now after life” the Serbian explained to me. There’s a good chance this guy was Muslim too, and gay, which makes my head spin more than a little since he seemed to have no anger at all in his voice that Muslims in Libya assassinated the American ambassador and then sodomized his corpse.
- Right-Wing Blogs Allege Slain U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens Was Gay (queerty.com)
- Ambassador Chris Stevens Was Gay (?) (fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com)
- Fringe Blogs Titillated: Slain Ambassador May Have Been Gay (towleroad.com)
- Michelangelo Signorile: Right-wing Bloggers Say Amb. Stevens Was Gay — And They Care Deeply About What Happened to Him, Really, They Do (huffingtonpost.com)
Posted on October 10, 2012, in Famous Fridays, Government Trough and tagged Ambassadors of the United States, Benghazi, chicago, Chris Stevens, libya, netflix, State Department, Steven, United States Department of State. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.