Update 5: If what The Guardian says is true, then there is not a person who goes by the name of "Sam Bacile." It is a fake identity. The real person (no doubt a scumbag) thought it would be clever to hide behind the identity of an Israeli Jew. Read - "Guardian: Anti-Islam Film Never Existed."
Update #4: 'Innocence Of Muslims' Filmmaker Identified By Law Enforcement As Nakoula Basseley Nakoula
Update #3: Paul Joseph Watson writes in his article, "Is Muhammad Movie a Contrived Fraud?":
"As the Christian Science Monitor summarizes, the film looks like, “it could have been ginned up by someone sitting a basement with cheap dubbing software.”Everything about the movie suggests it was a contrived fraud to artificially manufacture unrest in the middle east at a time where speculation that the U.S. and Israel are about to launch military interventions in Iran and Syria is rife.The amateurish nature of the film may be a ruse to deflect suspicion away from its true purpose and the real identities of its creators."
Update #2: Gordon Duff at Veterans Today writes:
"First of all as to the “film” or whatever. As news managed to get past the “controllers,” it became obvious that the “Israeli” director never existed and the film had been financed by a group out of Las Vegas in the casino business tied directly to the Romney campaign.
This we know. You will see no reporting of this although the security around those funding the film and the quick “pounce” Romney made on Obama are enough to spark curiosity, if such a thing existed."
Update: Read "Muhammad Film Consultant: 'Sam Bacile' is Not Israeli, and Not a Real Name" by Jeffrey Goldberg. Goldberg is an Israeli propagandist so what he says should be taken with a grain of salt, but this article is still worth checking out.A Zionist extremist (I'm guessing) named Sam Bacile made a film denigrating Islam called "Innocence of Muslims." Watch a trailer of the film here.
Bacile's propaganda incited Muslim rage against Americans in Libya and Egypt. He says "Islam is a cancer." I am no fan of Islam, but calling it a cancer is stupid and hateful. Does this guy want to wipe 2 billion people off the face of the Earth? Is he a sociopath? A genocidal madman?
Below are excerpts from three articles about the attack on the U.S. embassy in Libya on September 11, 2012, by NATO-backed Al-Qaeda terrorists, and its connection to the anti-Islam propaganda film by Bacile.
"Sam Bacile, the maker of the movie which allegedly attacks the Islam prophet Mohammad, went into hiding after the protests in Egypt and Libya. US Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three Foreign Service staffers were killed when a rocket propelled grenade hit their vehicle. Protesters are allegedly upset about the film’s trailer, which was posted on YouTube, according to CNN." - Tara Dodrill, "‘Innocence Of Muslims’ Filmmaker Sam Bacile In Hiding After The Attack On The US Embassy In Libya [Video]" The Inquisitr, September 12, 2012.
"Such riots do not come out of nowhere. Allegedly these people were incited by the deeds of some other murky lunatic, now in hiding, who is working to create a "clash of civilizations" in the hope that his tribe will benefit from it." - Moon of Alabama, "U.S. Ambo in Benghazi Killed In AQ Operation," September 12, 2012.
"Other American news agencies, however, are coming right out and saying who’s behind all the trouble:
Bacile, a California real estate developer who identifies himself as an Israeli Jew, said he believes the movie will help his native land by exposing Islam’s flaws to the world.
“Islam is a cancer, period,” he said repeatedly, his solemn voice thickly accented.
The two-hour movie, “Innocence of Muslims,” cost $5 million to make and was financed with the help of more than 100 Jewish donors, said Bacile, who wrote and directed it. – Yahoo News
For once, a major American news agency is finally coming right out and saying who’s really behind the war on Islam launched by the 9/11 false-flag op.
It’s the Zionists, stupid." - Kevin Barrett, "Who really killed Ambassador Stevens? It’s the Zionists, stupid!" September 12, 2012.