911 Tribute

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14 Responses to 911 Tribute

  1. feelthebern

    “some people did something”

    Thank you James Woods for reminding me.

  2. cuckoo

    The best musical tribute I saw was a US forces choir, shortly after the events of 9/11. Can’t remember where they were, but it was outdoors and cold and they were in long coats. Men and women, black, white, asian, hispanic. It didn’t feel like a concert event, almost more like something improvised at short notice. They sang America (“O beautiful..”) unaccompanied and the hairs still stand up on my arm when I think of it.

  3. Lee

    The utterly appalling Peter FitzSimons’ disgraceful commentary cum apology after 9/11 should never be forgotten whenever his name comes up.

  4. Peter Smith

    A lovely hymn Sinclair; absolutely right for the day.

  5. Tom

    What’s the difference between the Al Qaeda/Islamic State movement, which attacked the USA on September 11, 2001, and the Western left?

    Well, they’re both highly religious – AQ/IS being militant mueslis and the Western left being militant athiests whose theistic excuse is environmentalist animism.

    The only difference is that the muesli militants make no secret of their ambition to destroy the West and attack it with the primitive barbarism common in the Middle East; whereas the Western left is trying to topple democracies and therefore has to make a token childish effort to woo voters, while trying to burn the West to the ground.

    Since the left thinks voters are stupid, it is invariably shocked when voters vote against the anti-civilisationist madness the left is trying to foist on the West.

    And social media has been successful in giving the the the illusion it has more power than it does.

  6. Tom

    What’s the difference between the Al Qaeda/Mueslamic State movement, which attacked the USA on September 11, 2001, and the Western left?

    Well, they’re both highly religious – AQ/IS being militant mueslis and the Western left being militant athiests whose theistic excuse is environmentalist animism.

    The only difference is that the muesli militants make no secret of their ambition to destroy the West and attack it with the primitive barbarism common in the Middle East; whereas the Western left is trying to topple democracies and therefore has to make a token childish effort to woo voters, while trying to burn the West to the ground.

    Since the left thinks voters are stupid, it is invariably shocked when voters vote against the anti-civilisationist madness the left is trying to foist on the West.

    And social media has been successful in giving the the the illusion it has more power than it does.

  7. Judge Dredd

    Does anyone really believe the official narrative of 911 anymore?
    I mean we’re 19 years on now, surely people can start talking about it…

  8. Roger

    That lad can sing.

    The choir was gilding the lily.

  9. Major Elvis Newton

    Sadly, the great majority of people under 25 would have no idea of the significance of that date, what happened or the murderous ideology of radical Islamic terrorists.

    Never forget 9-11.

  10. Pedro the Loafer

    There is one musical opus that I will forever associate with 9/11.

    It was played in the background as the 3000 names of the murdered were read out at the memorial service at the World Trade Center in New York.

    Barber’s “Adagio for Strings”.

  11. Colonel Crispin Berka

    DJT made a different kind of tribute on the day.
    https://i.imgur.com/SPwjrHq.mp4

  12. Whalehunt fun

    Truly great cars. Worthy of acclaim.

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