Even though the Obama Administration admitted yesterday that the YouTube video about Mohammad was a red herring for the attacks on our embassies across the Arab cresent, they’ve paid $70,000 for an ad to run in Pakistan apologizing for the video, which most Americans had nothing to do with in the filming or production to mollify the Muslim world, according to BBC;
The adverts seek to emphasise the message reiterated by US officials throughout the crisis: that the “disgusting” film was not made by the US government, but that there is never any justification for violence.
The embassy described the advert as a “public service announcement” and repeated the statements from Mr Obama and Ms Clinton on its Twitter feed.
A caption on the advert, which ends with the seal of the US embassy in Islamabad, reads “Paid Content”, the Associated Press reports.
State department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland confirmed the US spent $70,000 (£43,220) to air the clip on seven Pakistani TV stations.
The video is at the BBC link if you’re interested in watching our President and Hillary in full dhimmi mode.
A better use of the ad time would have been to tell the Islamic world to grow-the-hell up and to stop being tools of the Islamists.
Thanks to ROS for the link.
ADDED: The ad doesn’t seem to be mollifying the Pakistanis. After Friday prayers, 5,000 of them took to the streets and terrified their own country. Obama burned in effigy – good show, ya buncha racists.