September 11th, 2001 – Never Forget

I want to add to what I posted last year. Even more importantly, since electing the most liberal president is history; one who places political correctness and a misplaced loyalty toward Muslims, all the while shunning the Christians who built this nation, we must remember 9/11.

Most of us can remember what we were doing when the Twin Towers and Pentagon were attacked. In a matter of hours, 3,000 people lost their lives in the worst sneak attack the United States has ever experienced.
Let’s keep the families and friends of those who lost their lives in our prayers. For some of them, the pain of their losses are as acute today as they were on that terrible day.
I’m going to repost what I did last year; I like the way it turned out. I hope it is meaningful to you as well.

Most of us remember where we were when we received word of the attacks on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon. In a matter of hours, almost 3,000 people would be dead, in the worse attack on American soil since the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941.
It is very important to keep these people in mind. For the most part, they were not military. They were people just like you and me. Their only “crime” was to be living in the United States. Radical Islam didn’t need any other excuse to hang a target on their chests. All “infidels” are legitimate targets in their eyes.
Join me in remembering these good people; normal, everyday people like you and me, only interested in making a life for themselves. Join me in celebrating their lives.
Continue to pray for the families of these innocent victims. Pray for our military and all those who stand in the way of another attack.
Remember them. Never Forget.


The lives of 2,996 innocent mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, wives and husbands, ended to bring a smile to the face of Muslim Terrorist. Families, forever broken and destroyed, to a shout of “Allahu Akbar” (Arabic for ‘God is Great’) as 19 Islamic terrorist changed the face of the earth.

Twin Towers Hit

Fire fighters, police officers, public servants from many different departments, martyred, but not to a hateful cry of “Jihad” as came from an Islamic terrorist’s mouth, but martyred as they responded unselfishly, with little regards to their own safety, to the cry for help. Heroes, each and every one of them.

Twin Towers Fallen

No, don’t ever forget these 2,996 innocent victims, or the Islamic terrorist who killed them in cold blood, in the name of their prophet, in the name of Jihad, in the name of Islam, in the name of hate. No, don’t ever forget.

Victim’s Names of the 9/11 Terrorist Attack on the United States
Cox and Forkum
A Wall of Those Lost

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