What motivated an Egyptian-born Coptic Christian, “Sam Bacile,” (real name Nakoula Basseley Nakoula) whose notability is as a criminal, a bankrupt, and an ex-convict, rather than as a committed activist for any cause other than his own financial well-being, to make a film that was guaranteed to inflame Muslims across the world?
What sparked the riots and violence across the Muslim world was not the movie, per se, which is called “Desert Warrior,” “which was a bust, a wash,” according to “consultant, ” Steve Klein, but the more widely seen YouTube trailer called “Innocence of Muslims.”
The frontman and hence the fall-guy for an action that was obviously also going to place him in extreme danger, must surely have been offered a sizable financial incentive considering the personal risks to a man who has hardly been known for his selflessness. Nakoula had been declared bankrupt in 2000 and had been involved in criminal schemes before and since. A Los Angeles Times report states of Nakoula:
…Some of those activities were criminal. He was convicted on state drug charges in 1997. In 2010, he was convicted in an identity theft scheme. According to the court file, Nakoula, who ran gas stations in Hawaiian Gardens, operated under a dizzying array of aliases, including Kritbag Difrat. He was sentenced to 21 months in federal prison and was released last summer.
The individual that soon emerged as the “significant other” behind Nakoula is Steve Klein, a leading neocon Zionist associated with Robert Spencer, Pamela Geller, and Daniel Pipes, in what one Jewish investigative journalist, Max Blumenthal, calls the “Axis of Islamophobia.” Klein is stated to be the script consultant.
Klein, a Vietnam veteran, has made a name for himself doing what he calls finding “al Queda cells” in California and leading “anti-Islam protests outside of mosques and schools.” Klein claimed to journalist Jeffrey Goldberg that he did not know Bacile’s real name but that Bacile had sought him out due to his prominence in agitating against Islam. For someone who claims that ferreting out Muslim terrorist cells in the USA is “a piece of cake,” Klein’s feigned ignorance about Bacile seems unlikely. The more likely scenario is that Nakoula (aka Bacile) was selected by Zionist handlers as someone who could be paid to do their bidding. Klein told Goldberg: “After 9/11 I went out to look for terror cells in California and found them, piece of cake. Sam found out about me. The Middle East Christian and Jewish communities trust me.” Klein sounds like more than the usual two-bit neocon Islamophobic agitator, and we are entitled to ask, “Who looked for whom?” Klein assured Goldberg that “Israel is not involved” and stated that Nakoula’s original claim to having been an “Israeli Jew” “is a disinformation campaign.” So does this mean that Klein, the pro-Zionist Islamophobe, is claiming that he was willingly (or unwillingly?) part of a Muslim-serving “disinformation campaign?” Was the man who is so canny that he finds “uncovering al Qaeda cells in California,” “a piece of cake,” duped by a low-class crim? Or is it a more plausible possibility that Klein recruited Nakoula?
It seems clear that the film was intended to be a provocation that would incite anti-Israel sentiments just as much as anti-American, with the aim being to generate a mass wave of resentment against Muslims. Nakoula was claiming “that he raised the $5 million to make the film from ‘more than 100 Jewish donors’.” Why was Nakoula deliberately inciting Muslims to anti-Israel sentiment, along with anti-US sentiment, if not to provide a pretext for an American-Israeli military reaction? In particular, why were the two main Copts behind the film creating a situation that could only place their fellow Copts in Egypt and elsewhere in extreme danger from Muslims?
Somehow Nakoula had sufficient contacts, we are supposed to believe, to bring together a multinational task force of some Copts but mostly “Evangelicals” from Syria, Turkey, Pakistan, and Egypt. However, it is Klein who states that he is “trusted” by “Middle East Christians,” which presumably means Copts, and hence it would not be difficult for Klein to search out a dubious character with financial troubles, who could be induced to take the wrap for enough cash. If nothing else, he could have simply consulted his Coptic colleague Nassralla, whose company, Media for Christ, made the movie.
Who is Steve Klein?
Max Blumenthal reports that Steve Klein writes on Pamela Geller’s anti-Muslim, Zionist website Atlas Shrugs, Geller apparently being a bit of a name in the neocon movement. Klein is also supported by Robert Spencer’s “Jihad Watch,” which promoted a “9/11 Rally at Ground Zero” involving Klein, as “founder of the Concerned Citizens for the First Amendment” and, of particular interest, “The courageous Coptic Christian activist Joseph Nasralla,” founder of The Way TGV satellite network. Klein is also “founder of Courageous Christians United.”
Klein, despite the suggestive character of his name, is not Jewish, as far as can be ascertained. He would appear, rather, to be yet another Evangelical Shabbez Goy.
However, despite the amateur nature of the film, which is in fact a 14 minute “trailer,” Nakoula-Bacile was backed by a well-established Evangelical media production company, Media for Christ run by Joseph Nassralla Abdelmasih, although Abdelmasih is in hiding and denying involvement, while simultaneously stating he was “logistics manager.” The company claims to be upset and repudiates the film, “But Duarte’s deputy city manager said she had been told by sheriff’s officials that the permits to shoot the movie had been issued to Media for Christ.”
As stated above, Robert Spencer’s “Jihad Watch” has referred Joseph Nasralla of the Way TV, which the L.A. Times reports is the satellite network for Media for Christ. The L.A. Times reports of Steve Klein that his “views have been tracked by Muslim groups and others for years. One of his platforms was a weekly show on Media for Christ’s satellite network, The Way TV.” Hence there is a close association between Klein and the pro-Israeli Copt Nassralla of Media for Christ, both of whom were involved in a “9/11 Remembrance Rally.” The L.A. Times further states:
While Media for Christ public filings describe it as an evangelical organization working to spread the Gospel, Nassralla has devoted himself in recent years to criticizing Islam in speeches and interviews. With Klein, Nassralla joined in accusations that Sheriff Lee Baca was embracing the Muslim Brotherhood by allying with a prominent Muslim American civil rights group.
“I fled to America with my family because of the violence directed against me for my Christian faith,” Nassralla was quoted as saying last year on an anti-Islamic website. “Sheriff Baca must be fired, and the County must apologize to all of us who have suffered at the hands of the Muslim Brotherhood.”
In a 2010 speech in New York, Nassralla criticized violence against Christians in Egypt and deplored plans to build a mosque near the former World Trade Center site in New York. “Wake up, America…. Stop Islamicization of America,” he said. 
Surely one might ask just how Nassralla, who “fled to America” to get his family away from the murderous Muslims, thinks that such a film would serve his Coptic brothers and sisters in Egypt and elsewhere?
Just how “Christian” the motivation behind the film is can be surmised from its director, Alan Roberts, being a veteran of the “soft porn” movie genre.
As for Klein, despite at first seeming to downplay his involvement, he is unrepentant. The film is doing its job in manipulating Muslims into another Zionist-contrived PR disaster: “Do I have blood on my hands? No. Did I kill this guy? No … Do I feel guilty that these people were incited? Guess what? I didn’t incite them. They’re pre-incited, they’re pre-programmed to do this.”
In the Same Mould as the Cartoons Provocation
The scenario and outcome are close to a similar contrivance several years ago, the publishing of caricatures of Mohammed, by the same types of people.
The Mohammed cartoon saga was symptomatic of the “clash of civilizations” that Israel and its Gentile lackeys want to foist on “The West.” The cartoons published in Denmark were a contrived provocation against Muslims with the same purpose as the Innocence of Muslims film. They were first published in the Danish newspaper Jyllands‑Posten at the instigation of its “cultural editor,” Flemming Rose, a follower of anti-Muslim neocon guru Daniel Pipes, editor of Middle East Forum. After Rose visited Pipes in 2004 he wrote a puff piece on Pipes. When rioting occurred as the result of Rose’s publication of the cartoons, Pipes, like Klein regarding the present riots, blamed the situation on “Islamic extremists,” while then US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice condemned the Syrian and Iranian governments because of protests in those states. Pipes then issued a clarion call to fight the “Muslim extremists” by appealing to The West’s secular-liberal values:
Will the West stand up for its customs and mores, including freedom of speech, or will Muslims impose their way of life on the West? Ultimately, there is no compromise. Westerners will either retain their civilization, including the right to insult and blaspheme, or not.
Pipes cited one of his fellow Islamophobes: “Robert Spencer rightly called on the free world to stand ‘resolutely with Denmark.’ The informative Brussels Journal asserts, ‘We are all Danes now.’”