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Crimson K
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re: Huff Post: 9/11 Museum is "problematic"
She should visit the Pearl Harbor museum. It doesn't even mention the Japanese internment camps or how whitey totally culturally appropriated sushi, anime and tentacle porn.


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loogaroo
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Every school of journalism needs to be scraped and start over.


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mtntiger
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In addition, there are only brief mentions of the Islamophobic and racist attacks that Muslim Americans, Sikh Americans, and Americans of Middle Eastern, North African and South Asian descent faced after 9/11.


Oh FFS. That isn't what the 9/11 museum is about, you twisted little twat.

You want to focus on that crap?

OPEN YOUR OWN DAMN MUSEUM!!!!


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jimmy the leg
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Member since Aug 2007
20068 posts

Fells said this kind of stuff never happens.

Did she lie?


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Toomer Deplorable
Member since May 2020
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The sections of the museum that focus on the political context of the attacks frame terrorism as a simplistic “us vs. them” issue and emphasize Americans’ “unity” and “solidarity” in the immediate aftermath of 9/11.


She is right for the wrong reasons.

The 9/11 attacks were the direct result of the duplicitous foreign policy agenda of our nation’s wholly corrupted national security apparatus in the entire Middle Eastern region since at least the end of WWII.

Ron Paul had it right when he once discussed what the CIA has termed “blowback.”

Ron Paul on Blowback:

"I believe very sincerely that the CIA is correct when they teach and talk about blowback. When we went into Iran in 1953 and installed the Shah, yes, there was blowback. A reaction to that was the taking of our hostages and that persists. And if we ignore that, we ignore that at our own risk. If we think that we can do what we want around the world and not incite hatred, then we have a problem. They don't come here to attack us because we're rich and we're free. They come and they attack us because we're over there. I mean, what would we think if we were –if other foreign countries were doing that to us?"


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FredBear
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Member since Aug 2017
10154 posts

So, any of you folks still doubting me saying the left wing thinks we deserved 9/11 and that they are glad it happened?


Azkiger
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So, any of you folks still doubting me saying the left wing thinks we deserved 9/11 and that they are glad it happened?


wut


Toomer Deplorable
Member since May 2020
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So, any of you folks still doubting me saying the left wing thinks we deserved 9/11 and that they are glad it happened?




Acknowledging why it happened and being glad it happened are two very different things.


Lew Rockwell explains:

….It is a normal part of human experience that if you occupy, meddle, bully, and coerce, people who are affected by it all are going to get angry. You don't have to be Muslim to get the point. The problem is that most of the American people simply have no idea what has been happening in the last ten years. Most Americans think that America the country is much like their own neighborhood: peaceful, happy, hard working, law abiding. So when you tell people that the US is actually something completely different, they are shocked.

Why would anyone hate us? The problem is that the military wing of the US government is very different from your neighborhood. After the Soviet Union crashed, US elites declared themselves masters of the universe, the only "indispensable nation" and the like. All countries must ask the US for permission to have a nuclear program. If we don't like your government, we can overthrow it. Meanwhile, we sought a global empire unlike any in history: not just a sphere of interest but the entire world: one-third of a million deployed troops in 134 countries in 1000 locations in foreign countries.

….And let us not forget how all this nonsense began: the first war in 1991 was waged in retaliation for a US-approved Iraqi invasion of its former province, Kuwait. Saddam had good reason to think that the US ambassador was telling the truth about non-interference with Kuwait relations: Saddam was our ally all through the Iran-Iraq war and before.

Ron spoke about complications of the Middle East. One of them is that the enemy we are now fighting, the Islamic extremists, are the very group that we supported and subsidized all through the 1980s in the name of fighting Communism. That's the reason the US knows so much about their bunkers and hiding spots in Afghanistan: US taxdollars created them.

Now, I know this is a lot for the tender ears of Americans to take, who like to think that their government reflects their own values of faith, freedom, and friendliness. But here is the point that libertarians have been trying to hammer home for many years: the US government is the enemy of the American people and their values. It is not peaceful, it is not friendly, it is not motivated by the Christian faith but rather power and imperial lust.

Ron is such a wonderful person that I'm sorry that he had to be the one to tell the truth. One could sense in the debate that he was making an enormous sacrifice here. After Guiliani spoke, the red-state fascists in the audience all started whooping up the bloodlust that the politicians have been encouraging for the last six years –a mindless display of Nazi-like nationalism that would cause the founding fathers to shudder with fear of what we've become. These people are frantic about terrorism and extremism abroad, but they need to take a good hard look in the mirror.


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FredBear
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Toomer Deplorable
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Well their fanatical religious views and hatred of the west along with hijacking airplanes and murdering 3,000 people drawing us into decade long conflicts sort of makes it an “us vs. them “ deal.


The actual “us” vs. “them” we should be concerned about is the permanently embedded and wholly corrupted entities that control all the true levers of power in the Washington Beltway.

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Toomer Deplorable
Member since May 2020
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Breitbart: Biden Criticizes Dark Forces in America for 9/11


This is akin to a serial rapist blaming the rape victims for his continued violent assaults. The primary “dark force” in America is the wholly corrupted and permanent ruling regime in Washington.

Biden is but a puppet on their strings. Biden and his handlers are psychotic and frankly are in league with a bottomless evil.

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MasonTiger
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Member since Jan 2005
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frick that small brained cünt.


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Jack Daniel
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promoting an excessive sense of patriotism and nationalism

This is what liberals hate.


Swamp Angel
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Member since Jul 2004
4593 posts

Her article reads like it was written as a report by a high school sophomore, and that's just the sentence construction. Support of her argument is non-existent. A decent small town newspaper would refuse to even print this among letters to the editor on their op-ed page.


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goatmilker
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and South Asian descent faced after 9/11.


Just f@cking say everyone!


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FightinTigersDammit
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29084 posts

9/11 Museum: Huff Post is "problematic".


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TrueTiger
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one of Xi's finest

which democRat politician is she fricking?


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VADawg
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Jacksonville
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excessive sense of patriotism and nationalism


No such thing as excessive patriotism and nationalism.

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The museum also does little to differentiate between the violent extremists who perpetrated the attacks and Islam itself. Consequently, it creates a harmful conflation of terrorism with Muslim identity


Umm no. The goat frickers are the ones who create the conflation of terrorism with Muslim identity.


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Toomer Deplorable
Member since May 2020
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This is what liberals hate.


Progs love government, not country.

Yet patriotism, derived from the Latin word patria, literally means a love of the land of your father. True patriotism is pre-political and expresses a sense of fidelity to our ancestors and the land they inhabited.

Patriotism is an essential element of being human since the term “human” itself is derived from the Latin word for soil: “humus.” The word “humility” is also derived from the Latin word for soil: true humility is thus a form of being rooted in the soil.

“Then the Lord God formed man out of the soil of the earth and blew into his nostrils the breath of life, and so man became a living being.” Genesis 2:7.

Patriotism is thus an expression of piety to the values of our ancestors. Patriotism likewise is rooted in an acknowledgment of the primacy of Natural Law, not to the ruling dictates of a temporal government.


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This post was edited on 9/12 at 11:13 am


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PhillyTiger90
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The museum also does little to differentiate between the violent extremists who perpetrated the attacks and Islam itself.


Because there is no need to differentiate


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