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Nobodies Opinion Sept 2013


By Billy “Kneecap” Braddock

This is not what I was originally going to write about, but I saw an advertisement that said we should “Celebrate 9/11”. In the dictionary celebrate is defined as: to “commemorate with festivities”. It’s hard for me to celebrate the death of 3000 people who died from the hijackings of American Airlines Flight 11, United Airlines Flight 175, American Airlines Flight 77, and United Airlines Flight 93 that subsequently crashed into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and hallowed the ground in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. This should be a day of reflection and mourning for the lives lost to the violent acts of Islamic extremists. For many Americans the pain and anguish of 9/11/01 will remain forever. The loved ones, friends and family of those who died on that day will never be able To “Celebrate” a wedding, anniversary, birthday, or birth without remembering what they have lost.

Since 2001, millions of Americans come together on 9/11 to honor and remember those lost. In 2009, Congress designated September 11 as a National Day of Service and Remembrance. There will be ceremonies and a moment of silence for many Americans to fill their thoughts with personal remembrances and prayers. However, the most important thing to remember on 9/11 is that the world is still a dangerous place. Evil still exists. 9/11 was neither the first nor the last time that Muslims have killed Americans on U.S. soil in terror attacks. 61 people in 36 separate attacks have been killed since that day. On September 11, 2012 we had another attack on America. This time it was our embassy in Benghazi, Libya. The Islamic extremists killed four Americans, one of whom was a U.S. Ambassador. In less than every five hours, somewhere around the world a Muslim is carrying out a fatal jihadist attack. Some 1,800 deadly Muslim terror attacks happen each year, amounting to about 150 a month and five a day. Approximately 9,697 people have been killed from 1970 to the present in these attacks. The attacks should remind us all of the tragic consequences of disregarding threats. The American capabilities have declined since the defense budget is slashed and this administration refuses to admit there is a problem. They even called the massacre at Fort Hood in 2009 that killed 14 (one a pregnant woman) and injured 31 “workplace violence”. What about 4/15/13 in Boston that killed 3 and injured 170? There are so many questions and so many victims, living and dead, but there’s only one answer. “WE MUST NEVER FORGET OR SURRENDER”

I would join twitter but the only thing that ever follows me has blue lights on it.

One of the best Tweets out there this past week…something to the effect that George Zimmerman was going to change his name to Ben Ghazi so that he could be sure the main stream media would never mention him again.

I read the other day that since the Pfizer Corp.’s patent has expired you can now order Viagra by its generic name “Mycoxafloppin”.

See you on the shiny side of tomorrow…

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