As expected, the official ceremonies yesterday were a politically correct charade that avoided any mention of who attacked us or why. Imagine a Pearl Harbor observance held while the war was still going on that avoided any mention of the Japanese Empire. And that ceremony was staged by those who hold all the political power in this country — exposing yet again the fact that during a war, we are governed by people who do not understand the war we are in, steadfastly refuse to learn anything about it, and persist in pursuing fantasy-based policies that, if not abandoned, will ultimately lead to our destruction.
Meanwhile, we held our people’s rally yesterday before a huge crowd that managed to get through the numerous police roadblocks. Police were turning people away, but patriots still turned up and heard the truth at our 9/11 Freedom Rally. I’ll have a full report as soon as I can get pictures at the proper size — probably later on tonight or tomorrow morning.
“Islam Expunged from the 9/11 Memorial Services,” by Amiel Ungar for Israel National News, September 12 (thanks to Twostellas):
The ceremony at of [sic] Ground Zero today mixed commemoration and mourning. In the effort to produce an observance that could provide unity and bring the disparate figures of George W. Bush and Barack Obama together. it steered clear of the different appraisals surrounding the event.
The elephant in the room, radical Islam and its broader support base went almost unmentioned.
If anybody brought in the issue of Islam, it was the liberal papers. From reading the Huffington Post one could almost walk away with the assumption that the main victims of 9/11 were American Muslims. In other papers.there was a plethora of opinion pieces on the benign sharia law and jihad as nonviolent struggle.
The paradox of America trying to move on and heal while NYPD policemen were checking out vehicles in light of an intelligence tip about three Pakistanis who would enter the United States with the goal of committing a terrorist atrocity, was obvious and disconcerting….
Yes. And suicidally stupid.