On this date in 2001, the Islamic terrorist group al Qadea launched a coordinated attack on the United States. Four airliners were hijacked, and three of them were flown into the World Trade Center towers, as well as the Pentagon. The fourth airliner, United 93, crashed in a field near Shanksville, PA, after the passengers tried to overtake the plane. By the end of the day, 2,977 people were murdered and more than 6,000 were injured.
When the dust settled, people started saying, “Never forget.” The sad truth is we have already forgotten. Politicians go to great lengths to claim America is not at war with Islam… even though much of Islam is at war with us. The media refuses to call terrorism what it is, and goes out of its way to report on the “real” terrorists: Christians, Jews, and evil right wing nutjobs. The politically-correct crowd wants any reference to Muslim terror labeled “hate speech,” as if ignoring the problem will make it go away.
And now, twelve years after the attacks that changed America forever, our “president” is planning a military strike to support the Syrian rebels. In this case, those rebels are affiliated with al Qaeda.