This is not my America

Politicians tend to say, “We Americans have more commonalities than we do differences.” I try and believe this—but I don’t.

The above video is from two days ago—the 9/11 Never Forget Coalition Terror Trials Protest at Foley Square in New York City. I truly hurt for the people here who lost loved ones on 9/11. I can’t fully imagine that pain, but I do understand the anger.

That anger, however, is not good enough reason to throw out our decency; our sense of justice. The way you win over the world is not by acting like the terrorists. It’s by providing fair and open justice for all.

It’s messy.

It’s ugly.

It’s righteous.

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  1. Before the Khalid Shaikh Mohammed Circus comes to town attracting freak shows and illusionists to the midway, I thought the following information would be of interest:

    Todd Beamer’s memorial service was held on 09/16/01 at the Princeton Alliance Church in Plainsboro, New Jersey. Todd Beamer’s wife, Lisa Beamer, a grieving mother of two and four months pregnant with her third child, registers TODDBEAMER.ORG four days later on 09/20/01, incorporates The Todd M. Beamer Memorial Foundation eight days later on 9/24/01 and then applies for the trademark “Let’s Roll” ten days later on 9/26/01. Instead of acting like a wife and mother who should be experiencing untold grief and loss her behavior turns a catastrophic personal tragedy into a cold and calculating cheap publicity stunt. But then, the U S Government’s 9/11 propaganda machine needed heroes as well as villains paraded through the media to support endless wars that murder indigenous people for control of their natural resources.

    The most pivotal image of the events of 9/11 was what the Associated Press published as the photograph of United flight 175 frozen in time as it approached World Trade Center Two and credited to a Carmen Taylor. However, there appears to be a discrepancy in an early image of her and ones that followed. Real jet planes filled with fuel explode and break apart upon impact. They DO NOT mysteriously enter steel and concrete buildings like a hot knife into soft butter without a spark or bent wing tip. The following link elaborates:

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