Come meet the Elders.
Simply Jews - a gang of critically undermedicated.
International Zionist Web
Like other horrors, never to be forgotten.
A dreadful day
I was working in the Pentagon on 9/11. None of us who were there will ever forget it. Everyone who was in my office got out okay, but I and everyone else knew someone who was killed.Ten years latter I look back on 9/11 with knowledge that we are more resillent and tougher than the terrorists who attacked us.
(Continued) For several years after 9/11 I was afraid of what atrocity Al Qaida & Co. would commit next. I am no longer afraid with Bin Laden dead, KSM his top lieutenant in US captivity and Al Qaida's ability to strike without being detected and stopped in time. being greatly reduced. Have learned that the most important fact is not to be afraid of what the terrorists might do. This is what they want to inflect on us, fear and as longer we refuse to let them do this, we, not they are the winners. As long as we can look up at the night sky with wonder and not fear, they have lost.FDR was right: "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself!"
It's impossible to forget.
I agree, this is all true what you said, David.
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