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Posted on 09/11/2019 9:44:44 AM PDT by a little elbow grease
At the '9/11 anniversary name reading' a guy appeared in a shirt that read Omar's bizarre words: "Some People Did Something".
There are a few here who have mentioned that they think wearing that shirt there was inappropriate/out of context.
What do you think?
TOTALLY appropriate to slam that evil POS ill-hand omar.
I would never judge that being done by someone who has had such loss. Omar was waaaaay out of line with her comments. Im sure she just wants them to fade away. I hope her comments never fade away so people remember her true nature, no matter how much she tries to cover it up.
A suitable, proper, or appropriate shirt for the occasion...
I tend to agree.
Heard this on Rush. Excellent little speech.
I posted something earlier about 9/11. About reading names:
. I turned off the news this morning. I feel so much sorrow towards those destroyed by the Islamic scum who did this. But I dont remember all the fuss and naming of the names as a kid in the 50s, over the Pearl Harbor attack.
Thats because we WON WW 2. The Japanese were utterly decimated. They begged for peace and have been good little boys (for the most part) ever since.
So what happened. Once again from Korea onward we decided not to win a war. Then we allowed our enemies to flood into the country as if THEY won and theyre here and they are staring at our throats. (Thanks Bushes)
American politics is so stupid and subservient to globalists as to infuriate the populace and make them have endless memorials over an attack that was by appearance the day America lost its sovereignty.
Woman who giggled and rolled her eyes at Al Qaida being called terrorists.
That took courage!
I liked his in her face message God bless him in his grief.
Islamists who downplay the events of 9/11/2001 need to have it shoved back in their faces.
Same with Islamists who want to build a mosque near the site of their “victory”.
That’s what it is to them.
Marking it for Allah.
Living a few long miles down the road from the Flight 93 site a quiet field in Somerset County,PA
.. this beautiful song comes to mind today.
Little Did She Know - 9/11 Tribute
Afghanistan as a nation never surrendered to the U.S. Pakistan should have been made to surrender to us too. If I had been president on 9/11 I wouldn't have had to ask Congress to declare war. The 30 days allotted for counter-attacks would have been enough.
Thank you, I heard it on Rush but seeing it is so much more powerful. Thank you.
Neither of those countries really have much of a central leadership, as I understand it. Their central government is really just the dominant tribe. Out in the hinterlands, the local people and tribes go their own way.
In that context, getting them to “surrender” doesn’t really mean too much, at least as I understand the situation.
somebody wore something!
......but only now are the Koranic Cockaroaches fighting tooth and nail to get into our country....
......and into our Congress (God help us)?
They been lying in wait for the right time.......they are now ready for "triumphalism".....celebrating 9/11 on our soil.
In Afghanistan, War lords who work with the USA have a nasty habit of raping little boys. When American service personnel who caught wind of this and stopped these bast@rds from their nefarious deeds. The US service people were Court martialed. This is who were working with.
I 100% understand what you're saying. And I also understand that what I propose is genuinely brutal.
But four things need to be understood:
1) The context of fighting back like I propose is all about making sure whoever was in charge of the 9/11 attacks learns that they made a mistake. Even if some of the leaders never die from our actions (i.e. Japan's emperor and most of Japan's PM's survived WW2), they will at least look at the devastation and realize that life for them after attacking us is worse than life before attacking us.
2) This is also for anybody else paying attention, particular neighboring nations of the same slay-the-infidel mindset. I propose that we'd be safer from attacks by other nations if one or two nations had been made an example of in year 2002.
3) We can never, ever, ever give our nation's enemies an out on attacking us. Them organizing themselves in shadowy groups shouldn't make us say, "Well, Bob. Since our attackers didn't wear military uniforms, didn't use military weapons, or come from a defined nation that declared war on us...we just can't fight back." No, Bob. The particular reasons I just listed are why the Geneva Conventions gloves should have come off. It's because our attackers attacked us without using warfare under Geneva Convention means that we should have unleashed ourselves from the Geneva Conventions and fought war to win. But wait, most people in Afghanistan didn't attack the U.S. Well, Bob, nobody in NYC attacked Al Qaeda, yet three thousand people were killed.
4) Us going to war in Afghanistan united the factions (as many said would happen). In their unity they could have chosen to surrender, yet they didn't. I propose to you that the reason they didn't find it in them to unify enough to surrender is because too many of them are still alive. I promise you they would have surrendered if we had made it the life or death situation we could have.
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