9/11

9/11

Oddly, this year, I am not so much saddened, as grim.Yes, a tragedy occurred this day, two decades ago, and yes, many have forgotten. Yes, the memory has been systematically scrubbed, so that we cannot as easily find the images of the buildings collapsing, or the jets striking the building caught in realtime that I saw broadcast that very day. And yes, there paper americans, born here or elsewhere, who tell us it's really our fault. In a way, it is, but not for the reasons usually given by the cowards and cosmopolitan, educated elite who don't want to…

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9/11

9/11

I've posted on it before, and as noted elsewhere, things are a bit busy. Nevertheless, while I can certainly understand why it may not be the biggest story on the front page of the New York Times - heck, even Google has a small front page icon for it - it's not there above that fold.It's been 17 years. They want us to forget. Maybe our own bureaucrats have far more impact on why half these goatfuckers are around to attack us in the first place, and there may even be other players in the geopolitical stupidity that led…

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9/11

9/11

We already are forgetting. Some of it, I know for a fact, are the rabbits, the R-selected liberals, who want to turn away and forget that there are wolves, that death waits. Who find remembering what happened “too morbid” or “too sad” or “you’re just stirring up anger against muslims” as if that’s a trump card. I don’t remember because I want to feel pain. I remember because I must – so the people who died that day are not forgotten. So that we don’t forget the systemic malfeasance that led up to that day, the shoddy…

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