Sunday, September 11, 2011

September 11, 2011

Ten years ago today, nearly 3,000 people woke up to what would be their last day on earth.  These souls went about their daily tasks, prepared for work, perhaps picked up a bagel and coffee, and headed for the office.  Some of them climbed aboard airplanes for business trips or to visit families.  Not one of these people knew it would be the last time they would indulge in any of these activities.

None of them knew the horror the coming day would bring, or the fate that awaited them at the hands of murderous practitioners of the "religion of peace." Did they tell their spouse, "I love you" before leaving home?  Did some have time to say a short prayer? We can only hope.

Since then, we have witnessed the incremental but steady infiltration of Muslims in our country, as well as in other developed nations.  While our government keeps feeding us pablum about who these people are, the Muslims demand special rights and accommodations.    We have sacrificed our liberties at airports in the mistaken notion that frisking  90-year old women in wheelchairs and checking the diapers of babies will keep us safe.  Entire Muslim neighborhoods in Minneapolis, Dearborn, and Flint, have become "no go zones."  And in the ultimate affrontery, the Muslims, in some weird multi-culti politically correct nonsense,  are being allowed to build a mosque mere feet from the site of the twin towers in New York while, ten years later,  a Greek Orthodox Church is still trying to rebuild their church.

On the anniversary of this act of war against our nation, say a prayer for the people that perished, for their wives, husbands, and children who were left behind to make sense of what is senseless.  Fly the flag of the United States of America and pray also for our nation, that she survive the onslaught of the evils of Socialism. 


Zilla tells her story:    I Will ALWAYS Be A New Yorker - My September 11, 2001 Story 

Angel, at Woman Honor Thyself:    Sept 11……..My StorY  
and  Sept 11, 2011…Forever in our Hearts

Doug Ross:  The Dreams That Fly Away 

Pundette:  9/11

Sentry Journal:  The Day We Changed

Conservative Hideout 2.0:   September 11, 2011: Tenth Anniversary Post

Tereamerica:    We Must Never Ever Forget 9/11

Saberpoint:   Ten Years Later: September 11, 2011

And So It Goes In Shreveport:  Never Forget

Don't Tread on Us:  9-11 in Context 

No Runny Eggs:   9/11 Hot Read – Allahpundit remembers 9/11

Randy's Roundtable:    Remember 09/11/2001

Motus: Never Forget

DaTechGuy:   Count Me Out of the 9/11 Perspectives, Thank You

The Daley Gator:  A Tribute To The Victims Of 9/11

Sad Hill News:  New York City is Praying

Conservatives on Fire:   Lest We Forget  - September 11, 2001

Clarice's Pieces: Ten Years After 9/11

Peace or Freedom:   September 11th

Obi's Sister:  Ten Years Later

American Thinker:   Obama and Our 9/11 Trauma

Maggie's Notebook:    Forever Changed: 9/11 Remembrance Full Video

Nice Deb:    Your Sunday Hymn for 9/11 10th Anniversary: “People of Hope”

Tom in Vegas:  In Retrospect

Atlas Shrugged:  Infamy

Green Mountains Homesteading:   Reposted again. Because nothing has changed. 

Bread upon the Waters:   Hostias from Mozart's Requiem -- Leipzig Radio Choir & the Staatskapelle Dresden Orchestra 

The Wisdom of Solomon:  America the Beautiful

The BlogProf:   Remembering 9/11 - 10 years ago

Always on Watch:   Never Forget

Eye of Polyphemus:   9/11 Ten Years Later


iOwnTheWorld:  America’s Future

The Recovering Dissident Catholic:   Changed, Changed Utterly

McNorman:   The Full Audio Transcript On 9/11

Hack Wilson:  September 11th Must See 

Bunkerville:  We will not forget September 11

Second City Cop:  9/11 And then one morning, everything changed

Dymphna's Road:   To the lost

Fuzzy Logic:  Never Forget

Conservative Dry Powder:  My Memory of 9-11

Creative Minority Report:  9/11 A Prayer

The Digital Hairshirt:   Just Remember

Reaganite Republican:   9/11: We Will Never, EVER Forget It!


Matt said...

Thanks for the link, and that was a wonderful post.

Stogie said...

Well said, Adrienne. On that awful day, Muslims commit mass murder of Americans. Ten years later our leaders are kissing Muslim butt and doing everything they can to accommodate and appease them. It is a sick world we live in.

Randy-g said...

Thank Adrienne for the link, but most of all for being a Heaven sent friend. Outstanding roundup.

LD Jackson said...

Wonderful post, Adrienne. We would all do well to take heed.

Anonymous said...

Awesome. Thanks for the link.

Amusing Bunni said...

This is a WONDERFUL roundup.
I hope we survive all the horrors of what the PC brigade, and their cohorts are doing to us.
Appeasing these demons doesn't help, it makes them WORSE and bolder. Now, with a BFF in the WH, I fear we're gonna have happen like it is in UK.

God Bless You Adrienne, for all you do.

Adrienne said...

Matt - thank you and you're welcome...

Adrienne said...

Stogie - It's Alice down the hole time in the USA...

Adrienne said...

Randy - Heaven sent? Blush...

Adrienne said...

LD - take heed of not only what's going on in this country and the world, but also the realization that today could be our last one...

Adrienne said...

Bunkerville - aw shucks.

Adrienne said...

Bunni - thank you. Tomorrow? We'll be meeting Frankie who made the cut for our new doggie. Gigi had some serious probs...

John Carey said...

Thanks for the link Adrienne. Your post was absolutely wonderful.

Maggie Thornton said...

Adrienne, thank for the link. What a wonderful list of 9/11 remembrances, along with your very blunt assessment of how the sacrifices continue on and on.

Just think: what if we had gone in and fought the short intense war we were well capable of fighting. I'm not sure anymore Muslims would have died than have died over the past ten years. Certainly, not nearly as many Americans would have died. Al-Qaeda and the Taliban would be gone. If they threaten to come back, we do it again. It would have been a new dawn for Muslims in those countries and we wouldn't be nearly as threatened.


Always On Watch said...

Thank you for linking, Adrienne. I appreciate it.

I didn't make many blog rounds on 9/11/11. Feeling too somber.

Here we are, 10 years later, and the dhimmitude is more prevalent than ever.

Meanwhile, the Arab Spring is going to bring about world war, IMO.