Wednesday, September 11, 2013

The Day the World Stood Still


Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is a great video, Tyrone. Almost brought tears to my eyes. Still, "God Bless The USA" by Lee Greenwood would always be the anthem to the events of 9/11.

-Big Pop

4:22 PM  
Anonymous Eddie said...

Twelve Years Later...

12:37 AM  
Anonymous Eddie said...

However, I must admit as a Christian, unlike the host hear who is an Atheist, I have the hope that sickness like will not last forever. 911 could have been prevented had it not been for Government and now Government is worse then ever before but there is hope for those that believe. There is an ultimate justice. Not by man.

12:51 AM  
Anonymous Haven House said...

Black day in a history of america..

8:58 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

I read a story about how Muslims had the nerve to hold a Million Muslim march at the capital on 9-11 in which only a few showed up.
It was cool that tens of thousands of bikers also showed up in the capital to honor the victims of 911

5:05 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

September 11, 2001 was truly a horrible day in American history. I have no quarrels with anyone who agrees that it was a mindless a vicious attack.

However, Eddie I have to disagree with the ramblings of Stefan Molyneux in his Youtube video. Since the Korean War the U.S. has supported one side or the other in various sovereign country civil conflicts. Actually the U.S. "government" has never gone a decade without waging war somewhere in the world. The longest period the U.S. has not been at war is 5 years (1935-40) during the Great Depression.

Thus, when it comes to war, "government" acts in it's own interests. Not many Americans are outraged by the "genocide" perpetrated against the indigenous peoples of North America. In my opinion the America Indian Wars (The Comanche Campaign, Red River War, Black Hills War, Nez Perce War, etc...) were far worse because they were perpetrated on removing and exterminating people from their own land.

I'm not what you might call a religious person. I do know that throughout "recorded" history, man has always been responsible for it's own "governments" demise.

6:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CB-"It was cool that tens of thousands of bikers also showed up in the capital to honor the victims of 911."

Despite that they were denied permits to do that, they defied it and still went ahead with it and risked being arrested. As for the Muslims who were given permits to March, even my sister-in-law who is Muslim, thought it was in poor taste to have an event where extremists hijacked her religion and planes and murdered thousands of innocent Americans. I praise her for standing up to such thing like I praise Christians and the bikers who stood up to the Westboro Baptist Church who picket outside of funerals of soldiers.

-Big Pop

9:17 PM  

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