9/11: Never Forget Morphs Into Never Mind


It is with great sorrow that I reflect back on the terrible day 14 years ago and the years that followed. For one brief moment, the nation understood that we were under attack. We were a nation at war, but before we could get our collective head around the unprecedented attack on American soil, the enemy foreclosed upon our ability to do so.

Since that fateful day, our freedoms, our very way of life has been under attack. Freedom of speech, our First Amendment, is under severe assault, as devout Muslims and their leftist lapdogs smear all those who dare to speak honestly about this threat, and work to force non-Muslims to accept Shariah blasphemy laws restricting all criticism of Islam. The enemedia have gone along readily, demonizing and marginalizing all those who note the ideology motivating the war against America.

The 9/11 Muslim terrorists extolled Allah no less than 90 times in their last letters. Bush declared Islam the religion of peace when it was his duty to explain what we were really up against. He declared, “Islam is a religion of peace” when he should have spoken honestly about what motivated the jihad. The war was clumsily named the “war on terror” and thus became the war of avoidance of the truth.

Obama has been even worse, directly attacking the freedom of speech and declaring, “The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam.” And after the Garland, Texas, jihad attack, most media spokesmen agreed that we should voluntarily restrict our speech to avoid offending Muslims, in accordance with the Shariah. The Obama administration’s policy of demanding that we respect the ideology behind this savagery, coupled with media, academia and cultural adherence to Shariah (Islamic law’s prohibition on criticism of Islam or Muhammad), has unleashed a monster.
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