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Remembering The Muslim Attacks On 9/11

Let’s never forget who did this.

And why.

This article was posted by Steve on Sunday, September 11th, 2011. Comments are currently closed.

10 Responses to “Remembering The Muslim Attacks On 9/11”

  1. Mithrandir says:

    MULTICULTURALISM helped destroy these towers.

    ~Also, multiculturalism is responsible for:

    Our immigration problem.
    Our crummy educational system in which students can’t discern importance from irrelevancy.
    Our resume-less President.
    The downgrading of our own culture. (which is strange b/c all cultures are supposed to be equal in their eyes)
    Racism: the unreasonable lionization of other races and cultures at the expense of others, which always leads to jealousy and hatred. -Also known as favoritism.
    Moral Relativism: “how can we judge other cultures from our own standards? It’s impossible!” Training people to be numb or indifferent to non-white cultures. However, non-whites are perfectly free to critique any dang culture they want! ~The strategy for the ever slight eroding of our culture’s anti-virus system.

    —-On this day, we have to thank our liberal friends in Europe and America for Muslimizing our two once great civilizations.

  2. Laree says:

    Bill White Imus’s Guest on Imus In The Morning Fox Business New.
    Three Days after the attacks of September 11th 2001, Bill White and the folks at Intrepid, decided to change the view of what OBL would be viewing on his television. Turns out Bill White was right OBL, liked to watch the response to his handiwork. Bill White, we changed what he would be watching when he turned on his tv, it was like giving him the middle finger.


    I will never forget – never submit

  3. AmericanIPA says:

    Does anyone remember the videos from various spots in the middle east (the “Muslim street” as they say) showing the euphoric celebrations after the WTC attacks? I’ve seen the footage of the planes flying into the towers many times in the last ten years, but that celebration footage has been scarce. When they say “never forget” this is what they have forgotten.

    Bush used to say, and many still do, that the terrorists hate us because of our freedom. I disagree. I believe they hate us because we aren’t muslims.

  4. sticks says:

    “The eye is the lamp of body. If your eyes are good, your whole body will be full of light. But if your eyes are bad, your whole body will be full of darkness. If then the light within you is darkness, how great is that darkness?” Matthew 6: 22 & 23.

  5. Anonymoose says:

    This has also been making the rounds among the liberals:


    I’m really at a loss about it, other than another example of how in the liberal world everything is relative, there is no good or bad, and 9-11 was something that is entirely us, not the people who did it. (Notice he only mentions the terrorists once, and even then their reasons are unknown).

    I’ve wondered sometimes at this mindset; how in the world did these people expect us to have responded without it being some imperial destructive act against “non-existent terrorists.” (And as Natural Born Citizen notes above, Obama is now a BA for taking out Osama, and we know how the media would have reacted if Bush had done it.)

    I think ultimately there is a discord between the right and left that will never be settled–yes, the liberals are loony–and it all comes down to how the two sides see evil, or maybe I should say Evil.

    The right has the cynical view, that human nature essentially isn’t good, and that there is an ideal we should strive for but will always be short of because we are fallible. To many the end is religious, that we can not save ourselves and must rely on a higher power, to others it’s just the way we are. In this view there will always be wars, there will always be injustice somewhere, and you will only ever have a group of people you can truly trust. You can try to rid the world of evil as much as you can, but in the end there is no light without shadow. Your family and the neighbors you know are the ones you let in your life, others you’re civil to but lock your doors at night. This view is borne out by the experience of history, and is why people have formed families, tribes, and nations. There is a strong feeling among the right that people belong to a group, with certain behaviors and allegiances, and a code to live by, whether dictated by society or religion.

    The left feels instead there is a great evil that is upon the world, namely the U.S., corporations, the wealthy, and the powerful. They see human nature (other than the right) as essentially good and all the bad things that happen are the world’s reaction to the right. The Soviets armed themselves because we made weapons, the Muslims hate us because we want oil, and so on. If this evil influence is lifted, then all the world will be in harmony–which is why they have things like multiculturalism, rainbow flags, and so on. They see darkness that is blocking the light. This worldview has never been borne out by history, but they strongly believe this multicultural utopia must happen, and that then the wars will end and there will be peace. Among the left is a strong strain to individualism; the social mores are relative and a choice, and rather than living by a code or morals instead they live by goals and desires.

    The right sees the left as unrealistic, having a juvenile repudiation of western culture. The rainbow coalitions exist only because of the common enemy of contemporary society, and that the views they demand enforced are out of touch with reality. Tear down the U.S. and rather than some peaceful world waiting to assert itself that instead there will be endless brush wars and fighting, with the left having played themselves pawns to the schemes.

    The left sees the right as paranoid, inflexible to change, and xenophobic. The only world they want is the Western World with the U.S. as the principal power, and the entire planet is essentially held prisoner. They see right wing views as outmoded, hateful, and biased/racist at every turn. To continue is to only perpetuate the unjust world the right allegedly longs for.

    In the end I side with the right; there hasn’t always been a U.S. or western thought, but the same things have been borne true over and over. The left seems too much like the utopian (and conformist) idealists of the 19th century, who themselves were based on earlier ideas of thought, and in the end I think they are the ones who delude themselves to magical thinking.

    • merkelerk says:

      Well said Anonymoose, in fact it goes a long way in demonstrating why compromise is not an option.
      With islam, compromise is non-muslims denouncing their faith in favor of islam.
      With liberals, compromise is the Right denouncing rational thought and logic and embracing a dangerous, false utopia.

      Can Good co-exist harmoniously with Evil? Does Good say ” we should compromise, a little more Evil would be a Good thing”? Can Evil tolerate even a little Good?

      Like the collision of matter and anti-matter, in the end, after much violent release of energy only one can remain.

      I have decided to “cling bitterly to my religion”.

  6. GetBackJack says:

    This war will continue in all it’s ferocity and guile until we clean our own house. There would be no war of Islam against the West if the West were not already diseased and weak by it’s own indulgence, greed, hedonism, excess, appeasement, coddling, permissiveness and falling away from the core values of our Western Civilization.

    In short, the real enemy is inside our borders.

  7. sticks says:

    The founding fathers had a healthy distrust of human nature which is why they wrote a “constitution of negative rights.” Our founding legal document keeps poor Obama from doing everything he wants.

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