Creepy Joe is not up to the job.
This is the 20th anniversary of “some people did something” and he cannot give aid & comfort to the victims of the worst terror attack in history?
20 years ago and things are worse than ever. Trillions of dollars have been wasted on wild goose chases, thousands of good men have lost their lives, many thousands have been maimed, scarred & betrayed in the “war on terror”, because we can’t have a war on Mohammedanism, that would make the Moslems angry.
Every year we hear the TV-talking heads ask survivors where they were when the jets crashed into the twin towers, (as if it matters) and then we go back to wondering “why they hate us”, (yes, people are that stupid) and one thing we must never, never do is look at the ideology that made OBL’s 19 mujahideen cut the throats of the airline crews, hijacked four jets and crashed them into buildings.
Yes, we went from handwringing to despair, and we imported millions of Mohammedans into the West, to show them how nice we are, to be settled behind enemy lines, where they build many, many mosques & every form of indoctrination centres, from where they can attack us and regroup as needed. We are so accommodating, are we not?
But I digress. So much has been said already. It’s pointless to go on unless one is prepared to take action. We are not doing that. We are not prepared to do what must be done.
9/11 attacks 20 years on
Along with the rest of the world, we have observed American incompetence and incoherence at all levels — military, bureaucratic and political. But are we surprised?
The Los Angeles chapter Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) issued a press release yesterday to announce that it had “sent a letter to school districts and universities throughout the Greater Los Angeles area to encourage educators to promote diversity, inclusivity and mutual understanding when discussing the anniversary of September 11, 2001 (‘9/11’).” This admonition was needed, you see, because the people CAIR regards as racist, redneck Islamophobes – that is, Americans who are aware of the nature and magnitude of the jihad terror threat – are not teaching about 9/11 “in a nuanced way.” They aren’t, you see, highlighting the real victims of the 9/11 attacks: Muslims in the U.S.
In the letter, CAIR-LA Civil Rights Managing Attorney Amr Shabaik wrote that since 9/11, “federal, state, and local governments have all tried numerous methods with varying degrees of success to address America’s unresolved issues of racial, ethnic, and religious bias in order to reconcile our nation with its foundational values, such as religious freedom, diversity, and serving the world as a country of financial opportunity and political refuge.”
The implication is clear: America’s alleged racial, ethnic, and religious biases caused 9/11. Once those biases are addressed, the nation can assume its responsibilities of “serving the world as a country of financial opportunity and political refuge.”
But we aren’t there yet. Shabaik writes that “many attempts also have been made by school administrators, district boards, and other nonprofit organizations to address and improve our nation’s loss of purpose and degrading culture. Unfortunately, despite their good intentions, some educators may be unaware of the biases that they impart upon their students.”
Those biases primarily involve conflating “the entire religion of Islam with the tragic events of 9/11.” Never mind that the 9/11 hijackers and plotters repeatedly conflated their actions with the religion of Islam. Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and the other 9/11 plotters several years ago penned a lengthy Islamic defense for their actions, which included a closely reasoned explanation of why the 9/11 attacks were justified from the standpoint of Islamic doctrine and belief
But to notice that, says CAIR, would reveal “bias.”
There is much more. Read the rest here.