Sunday, September 02, 2007

Commemorating 9/11

Six years past the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, I see no reason to specifically commemorate those attacks. It is long past time to move on. Sure, the friends and families of actual victims can have their own private and even public commemorations, but the concept of a national commemoration makes little sense.

What does make sense is to commemorate the event even more evil than the attacks of the terrorists themselves on that day: the hijacking of American foreign policy by the Neo-Conservatives in pursuit of their so-called Global War On Terror which has done little to pursue the group behind the attacks of 9/11 but instead focused on using the attacks of 9/11 as justification for the invasion of Iraq, labelling all terrorists as equal to those behind the 9/11 atacks, pursuing Iran as a so-called terrorist state, and a general campaign of fear against the entire American people.

Yes, we do a commemoration to mark the day on which our enslavement to the agenda of the Neo-Conservatives began and continues to this day.

-- Jack Krupansky

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