I know it’s been 10 years since almost 3000 people were murdered by muslims on our soil, but in case you’ve forgotten, we are still at war.
I was stationed in South Korea near the end of my tour, on the day when 19 muslim bastards attacked the United States. I’m as angry now as I was then.
Bin Laden’s demise was anti-climactic, given the fact that Obama the kowtowing Dhimmi is in office, and we could have simply leveled every Islamofascist country years ago.
Anyone who doesn’t think we should unleash the dogs of hell across the Middle East for what the muslim pigs did on 9/11, should be duct taped to a chair and forced to watch and listen to the recorded history of what they did.
My yearly statement:
It’s damned important that we remember not just the heinous attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and the one thwarted by brave people over a field in Shanksville, Pa., but resolve that it never happens again.
You’d have thought that Pearl Harbor taught us a lesson, but 60 years had passed, memories faded, and complacency set in.
Our borders leak like sieves, our immigration policies are lax, and we have slid back into complacency.
The way our security is handled, especially with Napolitano, Pistole, and Obama in charge, gives muslims the green light to plan and carry out more attacks. The ratio of arrests compared to the existing threat is alarming. Just think of the hundreds of muslim extremists they haven’t caught.
The gutless refusal of the TSA and DHS to profile at our airports and scrutinize the muslim organizations in America, will probably result in another catastrophic attack. It’s PC collusion at its worst. Last time they targeted buildings full of military personnel and civilians, using passenger planes as human-filled missiles. Future attacks could involve our infrastructure—electric and nuclear power plants, oil refineries, water treatment facilities, and internet servers. Biological and chemical weapons are portable and easy to deploy. A bio agent like Ricin is inexpensive and can be produced in mass quantities. It can be in liquid or powdered form, and dispersed in food, water, and through aerosol methods. Right now, there is no known antidote.
The next mass attack will make 9/11 look like a fucking picnic. I hope for the sake of my country that I am wrong, but I don’t think so.
The problem is–and this cannot be stressed enough–is that the enemy has patience. They understand us better than we understand them. They will continue to exploit our openness and unwillingness to completely destroy the Islamic nation-states who fund, train, and indoctrinate their terrorist spawns.
Unless or until we are willing to reciprocate with the same brutality, they will be back.
Til then, this war ain’t over by a long shot.
Some people managed to wake up on 9/12. Too bad there are too many assholes out there with a 9/10 mentality.
A complete historical record at the Washington Times: http://media.washtimes.com/media/misc/2011/09/08/sept11.pdf
Mark Bingham on Flight 93: http://news.yahoo.com/unexpected-legacy-left-by-hero-of-flight-93.html
On LTC, US ARMY (RET) Richard “Rick” Rescorla’s heroism inside the WTC:
He had focused on security at the World Trade Center for years. After a company merger in 1997, Rescorla became director of security at Morgan Stanley, where he maintained vigilant attention to the firm’s — and the building’s — safety. Despite disruption at the busy brokerage firm, he insisted on holding twice-yearly evacuation drills by the stairwell for the firm’s 22 floors in the south tower. He is credited with saving the lives of at least 2,500 Morgan Stanley employees. 13, including himself, perished. A photo of him in battle was the cover of the 1992 book “‘We Were Soldiers Once … and Young,”‘ and Fort Benning, Georgia, displays a statue of him. He fought in a major battle in 1965 in Vietnam at Ia Drang, a Communist stronghold and a major supply route. He led his company in securing a defense perimeter, and after enduring waves of assault, kept his men’s spirits up by leading them in singing military songs through the night.
More here: http://news.yahoo.com/a-family-remembers–hero-of-9-11-gave-life-to-save-thousands.html