This was me looking at Ground Zero from the financial building in 2005. I remember…no wait….
- We remember that morning, exactly where we were and what we were doing.
- We remember the first images of the planes.
- We remember the snowball of news about New York, then Washington, then Pennsylvania
- We remember the first images of the Towers collapsing
- We remember the brave men who sacrificed their lives trying to save others.
- We remember the unity and resolve our nation had in the following days
- We remember the images, once the dust settled, of the aftermath of Ground Zero
- We remember the lives that were lost as story after story started spreading through the country
Remember this day friends, for our partisanship means nothing in the minds of Islamic radicals. Although we haven’t been attacked since 9-11, we are surely to get hit again, though, harder this time around.
Resolve, in this trying time, is crucial to our survival. The enemy is among us. They are your neighbor, your co-worker, your classmate. They are here and their view is the way of Jihad through Taqiya (lies). Their goal is to wait until we are weak, until the time is right for the next attack.
I pray that our nation will pull together to fight the common enemy. The strength of this nation is strong and steadfast.
- We must continue to hold fight against those who wish to tie us down. Islamic radicalism is spreading growing like a weed throughout Europe and even here in America.
- We must recognize this threat, we must remain strong and diligent.
- Do not be fooled by the pessimistic, American-hating peoples in this country.
- Do not be fooled by those pretending to stand for American values while promoting their own.
Let not our political correctness handcuff our ability to do what is noble, just and right. We must defend this nation, we must defend the West. The enemy is here, waiting to hit us again. We cannot afford to be complacent and naive. We must continue the battle.
I pray for strength for this great Nation and for our leaders, our military and of course the people of the United States of America.
This is an awesome tribute. If you only watch one of these per year, please watch this one (Agnus Dei).
Reflect, remember, and never, ever forget.