Thirteen Years Later … anger still
It’s the eve before the 13th anniversary of the Islamic terror attacks on America . I’m sure there will be memorial and remembrance ceremonies across the nation, but there seems to be very little mention of them in the media today. My local paper has nothing – same with local TV websites – I hope this is not part of a nationwide trend. The visions I saw 13 years ago are as clear today as they were then.
I wrote the following last year. Please feel free to share.
– CJ Ed.
Twelve Years Later … anger
From: Cultural Jihad – Published on: Sep 11, 2013 @ 9:15
“… an anger in knowing that those that attacked us on September 11, 2001 are realizing success in reaching their goals.”
It has been twelve years and as I sit and watch scenes from September 11, 2001, I feel anger.
An anger towards those that attacked my country. While the media focuses on ceremonies involving wreath laying and speeches at various memorials, the live footage of people jumping to their deaths from the Twin Towers remains fresh in mind.
Anger at those that supported the attacks. Foreign Islamist organizations and, specifically, the groups and mosques in the U.S. that provided logistical support to the Islamic terrorists that hijacked the aircraft and killed the thousands of souls in the name of Islam.
Anger at those that wish to sanitize what happened and whitewash history. We were attacked that day by Islamic terrorists as part of an Islamic jihad. News coverage of the “remembrance” makes no mention of this or even Al-Qaeda – we were simply attacked by generic terrorists. The anger builds listening to the politicians giving memorial speeches that never mention those responsible for the heinous attacks that shook this great nation. Somehow these politicians feel that “looking forward” and rebuilding will make us better Americans. They are sadly mistaken.
Anger toward those that seek appeasement. Whether it is the removal of training materials that Muslim’s find offensive or the inclusion of our enemies on government advisory boards, it is an anger in knowing that those that attacked us on September 11, 2001 are realizing success in reaching their goals.
My anger serves a purpose – I will never forget what happened that day.