Homosexual J. Christopher Stevens U.S. Ambassador Was Sodomized Before And After Being Murdered By Homosexual Muslims.

His Inability To Discern The Evils Of Islam Got Him Killed

Ambassador Chris Stevens considers himself fortunate to participate in this incredible period of change and hope for Libya. As the President’s representative, his job is to develop a strong, mutually beneficial relationship between the United States and Libya. Ambassador Stevens was the American representative to the Transitional National Council in Benghazi during the revolution.

When he’s not meeting with government officials or foreign diplomats, you can find Ambassador Stevens meeting with Libyan academics, business people, and civil society activists, exploring Libya’s rich archaeological sites, and enjoying Libya’s varied cuisine.

For his second tour in Libya, Stevens was sent to rebel headquarters in Benghazi, Libya, to serve as special representative to the Libyan Transitional National Council. He arrived on a Greek cargo ship on April 5, 2011 and stayed until November. His mission was to forge stronger links with the Interim Transitional National Council, and gain a better understanding of the various factions fighting the Gadhafi regime. His reports back to Washington were said to have encouraged the U.S. to support the rebel council, which the Obama administration did formally in July 2011. allgov.com

Raised in San Francisco, not married, career diplomat, homosexual friends. The man did not take a vow of celibacy, no reason for the man to remain chaste,  no need to go to confession every week, really no need for Stevens to think that engaging in homosexual activity is wrong, his homosexuality certainly did not hinder his diplomatic career, but it may have got him killed.

He wanted to be in Libya. He believed in the Muslim cause, he hated Qaddafi and wanted him dead. The Ambassador got what he wanted, Qaddafi was murdered and the Muslims rebels took control of Libya.

The strange twist to the story is that the Ambassador was treated in the same way as Qaddafi was, he was sodomized by a group of Muslim savages, the same savages that the Ambassador help put in power.  Call it Qaddafi's revenge from the grave.

These Muslims knew the Ambassador and have been to the consulate on several occasions, and they also knew that the Ambassador was a homosexual and after they got their hands on him, they tormented him with extreme prejudice. News accounts say that the Ambassador died of smoke inhalation, what the Muslim savages did to the Ambassador has yet to be made public. It is known that the Ambassador was missing up to three hours or more before being brought to a hospital.

Just Like Qaddafi
Raped And Murdered And Raped Again

As for the homosexual Ambassador, it has yet to be made public that he was a practicing homosexual. All evidence points to the possibility of his homosexuality, never married etc.. one of his life long friends is a homosexual in the theater business who now lives in Chicago.

Stevens' roommate from back in the day at UC Berkeley is a gay queer playwright Austin Tichenor, who is co-owner of the Reduced Shakespeare Co., a Chicago-based theater group of tolerant homosexuals. Tichenor had this to say about Stevens"I directed him in musicals at Cal and in a 1980 musical at Piedmont High School, part of Piedmont's Fourth of July celebration" Here is a pro-gay little diddy by the Ambassador's Chicago friend:

In honor of the repeal of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell”: Rare archival footage of Reed Martin, Dee Ryan, and Austin Tichenor singing ‘Gay!’ from the RSC’s original 1998 production of The Complete Millennium Musical (abridged) at the Pittsburgh Public Theatre.

Hey! If Shakespeare is gay, then so is J. Christopher Stevens the U.S. Ambassador to Libya!

'See how I rend myself, see how mangled is Mohammed!' Inferno xxviii
Dante & Virgil Visit Muhammed In The Pit Of Hell
Unknown 1350-1375


  1. You are about as far from Christ-like as I can fathom. Shame.

    1. I imagine that come judgement day he'll be having a very unpleasant conservation with Christ...

  2. You are not anonymous behind this webpage.

  3. You are not catholic! You are satans little abomination. I hope your little stunt of worldwide public venting was well worth it for you. Yes, the previous poster is right...online, you are never anonymous. Enjoy!

  4. You are loathsome but to be pitied. If you believe Our Lord or Our Lady would find your smug lack of charity a demonstration of faith, you have no understanding of the teachings of Jesus Christ or the Catholic faith.

    People like you drive others away from the Church.

  5. I dont.care who or wht he was..this was a horrific act of violence! God rest his soul! :'(

    1. Everything about this is tragic, but don't this blogger mislead you. He obviously wasn't shot, he clearly has Central Cyanosis (the concentration around his mouth is a signature of death from smoke asphyxiation), no apparent physical disfigurement he has no obvious bruising, and his clothes are too clean for him to have been moved or beaten. The lightly darker pink of his back shows he was laying face up long enough for the blood to start to pool as the body shuts down.

      There also isn't any evidence that the attacks ever actually got to him because of the fire and smoke. The locals who took him to the hospital only found him by accident when one crawled through a high window (ostensibly the only way in or out.) It also explains why the body of Mr. Smith was left since I doubt any of the attackers would have gone to all the trouble to kidnap embassy staff for rape and murder only to just killed and leave one there. He most certainly wouldn't have been brought to the hospital, nor would they have just abandoned his body after they killed him.


    1. Uh, no. Nobody here wants another war. There had been confusion at first over what was actually going on in the photos of Ambassador Steven's body. Now that there's been confirmation that it was locals taking him to the hospital, and seeing that most Libyans condemn the attack most Americans are starting to think well of them and the heroism they showed. What this blogger has been posting is not something most Americans would agree with.

      And the news channels and websites here have actually featured a good bit of coverage on the Libyan protests against the attacks.

  7. You nitwit, how about actually verifying claims before you post them? Ambassador Stephens was not being dragged through the streets, he was being taken by locals with no connection to the riots or the embassy (most likely all Muslim) to the main hospital where the staff (again, likely all Muslim) spent almost an hour trying to resuscitate him.

    None of them eve knew who he was until after he was pronounced dead at the hospital. They entered a burning building to help an obvious westerner whose identity was unknown. They carried him to the hospital despite the ongoing fighting wherein the staff spent almost an hour attempting to save a stranger in spite of the multitudes of others who also needed treatment. Their conduct was the epitome of what it means to be a Good Samaritan.

    The claims that the video prompted this are false as most of the rioters hadn't even heard of it when asked by reporters. The claim is a smokescreen used by terrorists to inflame Americans into widespread retaliation to alienate regular Libyans and make them receptive to siding with extremist agendas. Most ordinary Libyans are horrified by what happen, condemn it, and have staged several public protests denouncing the act. Most of them have made no effort to hide their identities, and therefore have put themselves in more danger than the embassy was and remains in.

    Muslims, like any religious group, aren't robots programmed to have some sort of hive mentality. They are people who, like anyone else, possess disparate opinions on all manner of things. I don't believe Islam is the truth, but that does not mean they deserve to be turned into caricatures as if this was a Disney movie.

    These is no evidence that he was raped, nor is there any proof of his dying of anything other than smoke inhalation. There's never been any footage of anything but his feet touching the ground while he was moved. Most of what I've found is variant of the firemen carry, and is the easiest and safest way to move a person who doesn't have a C-Spine injury.

    There are enough pictures to be able to see his entire body. Not only is there no sign of a bullet wound, but his white shirt doesn't have so much as a speck of blood on it. His shirt was in a state clean enough to show at no point he'd been anything other than carried. Photos at times showed his chest and back, and clearly had no signs of any physical trauma. The only wound he was shown to have was what appeared to be a small burn on close to his scalp.

    The smoke inhalation would have significantly lowered his blood oxygenation levels. That would have weakened his organs, and greatly reduce his ability to fight infection. A rape would have all but certainly perforated his bowel, triggering peritonitis, distended his abdomen, and would have resulted in widespread dark purple or black bruising on his abdomen.

    Even though it's night time you can clearly see the intermediate to severe stage of Central Cyanosis on his face (specifically around the mouth.) It's the textbook reaction to asphyxiation, particularly from smoke inhalation. Gunshot and/or septic caused cyanosis tends to only occur when the wound is primarily causing hemorrhaging of major blood vessels, or a perforation in the digestive tract. Even then it's Peripheral Cyanosis, and starts in the limb extremities.

    I'm guessing he still had vital signs when they found him since they took him to the hospital, but he was probably close to if not already in Refractory Shock from the low ATP/adenosine levels halting cellular respiration and/or burns he probably had in his lungs.

  8. All of this is clearly at odds with all the 'rape, murder, drag.' These claims all began with a backwater organization with a proven track record of dubious anti-Muslim rhetoric. If your claims are to be true then you'll have to explain how a minor organization located in a completely different country somehow got word of this before the swarms of reporters, American personnel, and locals did.

    Again, there is a convenient lack of any photographic proof of the alleged maltreatment and assault. I'm also curious to know why people who are supposedly so keen to hurt and murder a person would choose to CARRY him to a hospital. One thing we do have overwhelming proof of is widespread condemnation of the attack by ordinary Libyans. I fail to see any discernible motive the majority of Libyans would have had to kill him. The Libyans considered him one of the most well respected American officials in the entire country, and especially in Benghazi thanks to his tireless efforts to get the authorization needed to keep Gadhafi's forces from destroying the city.

    Your bigotry and inability to muster any compassion towards your fellow man leaves you just as far from Christ as the people who attacked the embassy.

  9. What a sick bunch of bigots most of you are. Especially the individual freedom, "leave-me-alone "Libertarian-types who want to control your private life as part of your job. I try to respect religious fanatics like you, and even the murderous Libyans whom you resemble so much but it is difficult when your hate speeches is what incites their hate in return.
    (Stevens could have said NO to the job if he thought his delicate condition --in your way of thinking---was putting him in harm's way.) His sexuality is totally irrelevant except for hypocritical conservative and mixed-up "libertarians"! Sometimes you what what is RIGHT to LEAD and Pres. Obama and Sec'y Clinton were strong enough, and had the balls to not let Libya's backward sexual politics guide what the USA does! Can't believe you got this one backwards---you really want to snivel before their medieval beliefs, or stand tall and send who WE THE AMERICANS want to send it as our ambassador?!?!?!
    I say stand tall with the gay guy---AMERICANS are NOT AFRAID! Roberto Hendeson, Mobile Alabama

    You are just like the craziest of the Muslims (and most are not crazy) if you say EVIL things like what you posted about his death being what he deserved because of his "sin." When you crawl out of the cave, wear sunglasses---the bright sunshine may almost blind you.....

  10. Well, I don't need to rehash all the other things previous commentors have said, so let's just say this....

    Wow! Really?!?! A CAREER FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICER doesn't get married and that automatically means he's gay? He happens to have a friend who is gay and so...he must be as well? My Lord Almighty, you really do live in the Jurassic era, don't you? What ludicrous dribble from the most feeble of minds.

  11. This site is for insane people

  12. Holy Mary, Mother God, all saints and blessed Father, I pray to you now, at this hour, and for all eternity, to successfully allow complete financial ruin and full prosecution to all involved (specifically Kevin DuJan)in spreading this garbage and hate against Gays and Muslims. May these false followers of Christ be cast with the most suffering you can imagine, and shove their burning balls down their throats. Thank you. Amen Praise Allah. Buh-bye now.

  13. Anything to get readers, huh?

  14. How dare you even think that this sort of post is acceptable. A man was killed - a man serving our country as a diplomat. Not only that, a depiction of Muslims by one hateful individual already perpetuated a minor group of violent protestors who in no way represent all of Islam, is just being worsened by this post. You should be ashamed of yourself. Your ignorant thoughts and hateful speech attempt to cheapen the life of a great man but only serve to make you look like an ass.

  15. Greetings,

    Concerning your query on the report published by a Lebanese website
    according to which ambassador Stevens was sodomized. That report falsely
    quoted our news agency and has no truth whatsover to it. AFP promptly sent a
    strongly worded complaint to that website and they removed the report and
    published a denial, saying that AFP did not report such a thing.

    Thank you
    Ezzedine Said

    Agence France-Presse (AFP)
    Chief Editor for the Middle East and North Africa

  16. "You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor." Apparently, you do not recognize nor understand this statement. You should.

    In your comments, you have used false statements to claim you know the truth. You have no idea what you are talking about. There are many of us grew up with Chris and Austin, and know that they are, in fact, not gay. Austin has been married for many years and has a wonderful family. Chris was simply dedicated to his mission in life.

    Further, you seem to infer that just being associated with theater is statement enough to prove someone gay. Theater is what you do, not necessarily what you are. Is reality just too difficult to understand or accept; or would this simply be an inconvenient truth?

    Finally, apparently it is hard for you to understand that just because you are not married to someone from the opposite gender does not necessarily make you gay.
    I guess it would be hard for a catholic based perspective to understand this concept. No single man could be that dedicated to his cause that he would decline the opposite sex. It must be impossible to imagine that a man would decide that what he was doing was so important, and perhaps dangerous, that having a family and loved ones, would not be wise or a priority. It must be inconceivable to ignore the calling to create a family and have children for a higher purpose.

    But wait, there is precedence for this in our society; isn’t there? Where else is it acceptable for a man to be celibate without any question of his sexual orientation? Isn’t it the Catholic Church? That is where it is acceptable to be single, not marry a woman, where no one would question their sexual orientation.

    Well, I guess we cannot even make that statement, can we?

  17. This blog blows anyway. Hardly any comments until this particular post which was linked up from elsewhere. Just some nutjob closet case who figured out how to install a blog.

    Domain by proxy too....chickenshit coward.

  18. Your text is so full of hate and ignorance that I am ashamed for you. Did you think one minute about his family and friends? I was a bit naïve, because I thought Christianity was all about love and compassion.

    What a contrast between the beautiful soul of Ambassador Stevens and your dark evil heinous little spirit. It makes him shines even brighter. May God, if he exists, forgive you.

  19. It's blogs from cretins like this blog writer that remind me why I'm proud to be an atheist (I was born a Catholic). Christians, at least the greedy right wing evangelicals and the hate filled zealots on this blog, are for the most part extreme hypocrites. Whatever happened to the golden rule? You must learn to love ALL humans.

  20. What you are doing here by creating false accusations and spreading lies is not a game. You are no better than the terrorists who attacked the consulate in Benghazi.

    I hope you pay for your crimes against the truth. Ambassador Stevens gave his life in the service of peace. Whether or not he was gay is none of your business. You're not fit to lick his shoes. There have been no reputable reports that he was sodomized as you claim.

    If you continue to dishonor and spread lies about Ambassador Stevens, I hope his family sues you for defamation. Furthermore, I hope you drown in your own remorse.

    1. Hey! Is homosexuality wrong? Is homosexuality immoral? Yes or no? If you say no, then there is no defamation. It is a compliment.

      Defamation: Any intentional false communication, either written or spoken, that harms a person's reputation; decreases the respect, regard, or confidence in which a person is held; or induces disparaging, hostile, or disagreeable opinions or feelings against a person.

      Are you saying that homosexuality decreases the respect, regard, or confidence in which a person is held; or induces disparaging, hostile, or disagreeable opinions or feelings against a person.

      I thought homosexuality was a modern day virtue?

      If you beleive that the label homo does such thing to a person then you would be the bigot not me! ha ha ha ha ha ha

      Ask Lady Gaga & Chaz Bono, I think calling someone homo is a good thing.

    2. This is why I ceased to be catholic. catholocism the new al quaida.


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