This is a message to the Middle East. To a People of a faith in God through Muhammad The Profit. I would say that most of the American People seek peace. Most American people do not know of the true story behind the Christian/ Muslim Wars back around the birth of Christ.
I have all ways had faith in what was shared with me and I truly feel that, God intended to find a way to reach all the people of a different world. Gods intention was for him to be known, and His way of sharing is for Him alone and not for man to judge His work.
I offer this A Peace Treaty, By The People and For The People, of America. But first you must stand down, and give the American People 30 days to voice our words to this Government Of America.
This Video does not speak for the American People, just the few who have been Bible Thumped into a single way of thought.
Within this 30 days, suspend all Heroin Trade with the United Nations, and America. This is one of the true cause and effect of why we are at war with Afghan.
You see even, most the American People do not trust or own Government Officials, and what is important to understand, It Is The Voice of The People Of America that Guides this Country and only Certain Officials lost track of that voice, and for that they will be voted out.
As for this video, within our Constitutional Laws is a Freedom of Speech, but when the line is crossed the Law does not apply , because if a intent is found to bring harm , to kill, or in-site riots, that could cause Civil War or War. This is our Constitution In and for The Safe Keep Of The People. And this man crossed the line.LA Sheriff: Feds interview Calif. filmmaker
Associated Press – 4 hrs ago
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Southern California filmmaker linked to an anti-Islamic movie inflaming protests across the Middle East was interviewed by federal probation officers at a Los Angeles sheriff's station but was not arrested or detained, authorities said early Saturday.
Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, 55, was interviewed at the station in his hometown of Cerritos, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Don Walker said.
Protesters in front of the burning German Embassy in Khartoum, Sudan, after Friday Prayer. More Photos »
<nyt_byline>By RICK GLADSTONE Published: September 14, 2012
Anti-American rage that began this week over a video insult to Islam spread to nearly 20 countries across the Middle East and beyond on Friday, with violent and sometimes deadly protests that convulsed the birthplaces of the Arab Spring revolutions, breached two more United States Embassies and targeted diplomatic properties of Germany and Britain.