Never forget that on 9/11 2001, cowards murdered 2,996 innocents in the name of Allah the “most benevolent”, “merciful” and “gracious”.
Never forgive either.
This year again, my thoughts are with the victims, their families and relatives—and also with those who serve, protect and fight for Life and Liberty, and against all Islamic barbarians in this modern continuation of a centuries-old conflict.
Never submit, never surrender.
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I am rebuilding the site from the ground up.
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Thank you for the fitting tribute for 9/11. Brought tears to this old man’s eye’s as I watched it. The scenes of destruction interspaced with passages from the “Religion of Peace” with the radio calls of the first responders as backdrop was quite effective.
Here’s a link to a survey which shows that only in 9 of 17 countries does a majority of the citizens think that Al Qaeda was responsible for the attacks on the World Trade Center. This is even more disappointing considering that they took credit for the deaths.
We must never forget. Thanks to you DF for reminding those who need reminding. Sad to think that anyone would need reminding only 7 years out, but it’s true. God bless our US Forces and our Allies who are engaged in fighting the good fight against terrorists world-wide.
Thanks for the tribute. Everyday for the remainder of time, we should remind ourselves that animals killed our firends, family, countrymen. They wanted a war, they got it. Now to finish exterminating the vermin. Make them regret the day they were born and earned the ire of the US.
And, as always, a well put together video for a fitting tribute to all of those who paid the ultimate price in this war. It brought tears to my eyes, even knowing the scenes that I would see. And to all of those men and women serving around the world…..no retreat, no surrender, and give no quarter! Keep taking the fight to them and may God protect you during your mission….come home safe.
Thank you for a very painful and thoughtful reminder of this day. We all need to see this again; to be played again on our televisions. We, as Americans, have seen a number of fellow citizens use this event for their own political gain. We have seen Americans, who experienced this attack, fail to understand the danger of our enemies. There are those who have failed to realize that those Islamic terrorists are enemies against our civilization, our way of life, our very culture.
Instead of us coming together to fight a very dangerous foe, there are those who by their words encourage and embolden these enemies to attack us again. We tie the hands of our military, we limit the security methods to track and hunt our enemies (even in this country) and we see a politician who believes that these terrorists deserve Constitutional Rights. I tremble for our country, when we have those who do not understand our enemy, but instead are stuck with cliches like, “Bush Lied, People Died.”
I do not understand people, who instead of supporting the military, instead bury their heads in the sand and hope all go away. Unfortunately, they fail to realize when in such a position, someone will take advantage of such a posture and do infintely more damage than the initial attack.
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