Saturday, September 10, 2011

The evil within.

Never forget that we learned all we need to know about the sham that is Islam on September 11, 2001.

And never forget the religion, race or national origin of those responsible.

These animals need to be eradicated from the face of the earth. Mecca and Medina need to be bombed into oblivion. The Enola Gay needs to come out of retirement. It unequivocally ended the last world war.

It could certainly end our present one.


Old NFO said...

Agreed! No fluff here, only reality!

Anonymous said...

These filthy animals need to be wiped from the face of the earth.

Donna Quixote said...

I have never bought into that forgiveness business. I knew someone who died when the first plane crashed into the tower. Regardless of that, it was a terrible act that doesn't deserve any forgiveness. The planners didn't deserve any rights. They were not American citizens and have nothing but contempt for our way of life so why should they be given any American rights

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry guys, but goddammitalltohell - if Americans have to die - then may they all be New Yorkers:

I'm sorry, but when I see chit like that...something is deeply wrong in America.

Thanks God for Texas. Those a-holes in New York are ready to roll over...

An Ordinary American said...


Easy to feel that way about New Yorkers, however if you replace "New Yorkers" with "journalists" in your first sentence, you'd be far more accurate.

Our best friends live in Brooklyn and work in Manhattan. He was on the ground, by Tower Five when the ragheads did their deed. He was a bloody mess at the end of the day.

The blood was mainly from the survivors, and the dead, he pulled from the rubble.

Old Green Beret docs who did two tours in Vietnam do those kinds of things regardless of where they live.

In the past ten years, he's also punched out more radical ragheads than I can count.

New York is his home and he refuses to give it up to anyone, for any reason.

We need more Americans who feel that way about our nation.


tha malcontent said...

If you want to know about a New Yorkers experience, read my blog of last week.

An Ordinary American said...


My best friend works in Manhattan and was in Tower Five that morning. His experience pretty much mirrors yours except that he was on the ground pulling a triage after the second airliner crashed the remaining tower.

Like you, his anger will never go away.

Nor will mine.

I've got you on my blog roll. Good stuff.