Thursday, September 11, 2008

What's Missing in the September 11 Remembrances?

Pinpointing the enemy. There will be memorials for the victims, whom we all mourn. There will be sadness, a feeling of powerlessness, not knowing what to do, to pay back the real, still living perpetrators of the horrible mass murder of September 11, 2001.

Right after it happened, when the less than nimble brains of our leaders finally figured out what happened and whom to blame for it, their concern was not to go after the people directly responsible for financing and facilitating the unparalleled outrage, but to keep the silent supporters of the mass murderers, the Moslems in our midst, safe from harm.

The murderers came mostly from Saudi Arabia, and some from Egypt. Two countries that figure on our government's "friends and allies" list.

Saudi "royals" were quickly speeded out of our country, lest they be the targets of outraged Americans.

Our "supreme leader" rushed to a mosque, and in sock-clad feet assured this country's internal Moslems--vistors as well as immigrants--that Islam was not to blame for what happened, that there was nothing in the "Religion of Peace" that would give rise to such an act of unprovoked violence.

That ignorant office-holder who worried more about that heaven-forbid any blame for the act be placed on his business connections, who are considered to be "part of his family," struck back at the Saudi expatriate Osama bin Laden by bombing his terrorist camps in Afghanistan, but down the line, allowing that titular head of the jihad to skidaddle into the safety of Islamic Pakistan.

Then, he came up with the perfect scapegoat for the 9-11 infamy. Who else but the villain of the Kuwait invasion, the one behind the attempted assassination of his father, the evil fabricator of Weapons of Mass Destruction, Saddam Hussain.

This kept the spotlight off Saudi Arabia, whose inhabitants financed the 9-11 strike, and who are even now, as I am writing this, financing anti-Christian and anti-Jewish hate propaganda in the surfeit of Islamic schools and madrassas as well as in the Wahhabi mosques they have built and are building in the United States.

Mohammedanism originated in Arabia, in Mecca and Medina, and the Saudi Arabs consider themselves to be the guardians of the sacred sites of that ideology that has a built-in commandment to make the whole world Islamic, whether it likes it or not.

The Muslim Brotherhood originated in Egypt and also has its foul fingers in the American pie.

Nothing is being done to stop either of these two hives that sends jihadists swarming into our midst.

These two national entities, of course are not alone as facilitators of the jihad. There are the so-called "Palestinian" Arabs as well as misguided jihad-fueled inhabitants of the Maghreb, North Africa, not to forget the inhabitants of Pakistan and of course mullah-dominated Iran.

For the 9-11 atrocities, however, the finger points towards Saudi Arabia.

We know who was behind the attacks, but we are powerless to do anything about it. Why? "The oil," you will hear apologists for the Saudis say. Then there is the long-standing relationship between two of our recent presidents and the Saudis, and of course our State Department that has many adulators of Saudi Arabia in its complement. How many of these are in the pay of the Saudis, whether actual or promised upon their retirement, is not publicised.

With one presidential candidate of doubtful antecedents, supported by too many people, there is slight hope that this will be corrected.

We remember 9-11 as an attack on our homeland, but it has yet to receive justice.

If you have not already done so, look at WE REMEMBERED PEARL HARBOR and then remember 9-11 for which there has yet not been payback.

For more on what is needed not to let 9-11 go--slip into vague memory--go to
A Keyboard and a .45: 9.11.2001, We Remember

. . . never forget: Revenge is a dish best served up cold

Thursday, September 11, 2008
9.11.2001, We Remember

1 comment:

  1. Sorry, I can't go along with labeling all or most American Muslims "silent supporters" of Al Qaeda. That's ridiculous.

    I know Muslims.

    I don't know Muslims who would hesitate to take a knife to a member of Al Qaeda.

    I do know Muslims who are afraid that everyone around them suspects them of being Al Qaeda "supporters."

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