It figures. Leave it to the New York Times to publish an article presenting the lefty perspective that memorializing September 11, 2001 again on September 11, 2007 is questionable as to whether all of it is necessary, at the same decibel level — still. Quote unquote. The abrasive article, by N. R. Kleinfeld, comes at a time when the country is divided between those who love America and those who love Muslims, their pretty burkas and their quaint way of life, not including the honor killings, female genital mutilations, homicide bombings, chauvinism, imperialism, racism, and their penchant with their kill-switch in the “on” position to get very close to Jews and Americans and thus kill them. Charlene Correia, 57, a nursing supervisor from Acushnet, Mass, who is quoted in the article postures “I may sound callous, but doesn’t grieving have a shelf life?” Yeah, Charlene, it does, but given the fact that left-wing libtards short-circuited our grieving period prematurely because mainstream psychologists felt that watching horrific pictures of men and women jumping to their deaths would be traumatic and hence, aborted the video footage before the rest of America was able to naturally exit from their grieving phase.
Sorry, folks, but 9/11 is still with us every day. As we witness Muslims striking out in egregious behavior in more that 25 conflicts around the world: in Afghanistan, Algeria, Bangladesh, Bosnia, Congo, Cote d’Ivoire, Cyprus, East Timor, India, Indonesia (2 provinces), Kashmir, Kazakastan, Kosovo, Kurdistan, Macedonia, the Middle East, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Sudan, Russia-Chechnya, Tajikistan, Thailand, Uganda and Uzbekistan. Doesn’t this mean that extremist Islam is the norm and normal Islam is extremely rare?
So thank you – again – NY Times, for commandeering us and piloting for us the path with which the rest of us – in your pro-arabist opinion – should move on with our lives, because, after all, according to your editors, the Jews and America deserved what happened on 9-11. Israel, is, after all, a shitty little country, isn’t that right Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr?