Friday, September 21, 2007

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9-11: Six Years Later

It has been six years since Islamic terrorist waged war on America by flying jet airliners into the Twin Towers in New York City, and the Pentagon in Washington, DC. Six years since one brave group of passengers on a hijacked plane decided to take matters into their own hands and fight back ensuring the plane never reached its target and instead crashed into a Pa. field.

Every American that died that day became the first casualties in a war declared on us by Islamic terrorists willing to die for their cause of world Islamic dominance.

Six years later I remember that day that changed the course of my life and the course of the world and history forever. Many others will remember and reflect on the day as well. Yet, some would rather forget, and try to act as the day never happened. A school in Utah has decided it will not take time to remember the attack because they, as they say, “don’t want to dwell on violence.” I say to them, lets not forget who brought the violence. Let’s not forget the enemy we face knows no other alternative than the use of violence to advance their agenda.

Six years later Osama Bin Laden reminds us of their evil in a tape of the Quran’s instructions to faithful Muslims that when they encounter a “non-believer” it is their duty to either enslave, convert, or kill them.

These Islamic fascists are dedicated to the destruction of the West and it seems at times, these Islamic fascist extremists have far more dedication and patience in the pursuit of their goals than a lot of the American people have in the defense of our culture.

It is important to remember 9-11 because through memories of that day we learn. We learn that we can not turn a blind eye to evil in the world without eventually facing the consequences.
Six years ago I had a good job, a good salary, and was living a good life. After 9-11, I took a significant pay cut to enlist in the Army to fight terrorists and help preserve that way of life.

Today, I am still in the Army, and I sit in Afghanistan writing this just a few miles from where Osama Bin Laden and other al-Qaeda leaders where allowed to start a movement of hate and pure evil. Where they were allowed to plan and orchestrate the largest terrorist attack the world has ever seen.

Six years ago 19 terrorists gave their lives carrying out the largest attack on U.S. soil for their cause in the name of Allah, today U.S. Servicemembers fight in Afghanistan prepared to give their life so that it will never happen again.