Will the Horrors of September 11 Go Down the Memory Hole?

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Will the Horrors of September 11 Go Down the Memory Hole?

Post by Slappy » Tue Sep 12, 2017 2:20 pm

Will the Horrors of September 11 Go Down the Memory Hole?
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Hard as it is to watch, it is unthinkable for this to be swept under the rug and forgotten:







But if Islamopandering P.C. dhimmis prevail, no one will remember. 

From Britain:

Some teachers are too scared to discuss 9/11 with their pupils as they fear a backlash from Muslim parents, a leading expert in counter-extremism education has warned.

How long before the videos above get scrubbed by YouTube?


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Re: Will the Horrors of September 11 Go Down the Memory Hole?

Post by Mikgof » Tue Sep 12, 2017 2:37 pm

Britain isn't the 51st state. Why on Earth would 9/11 even get mentioned in a British classroom? I'm pretty certain the the Birmingham Pub bombings don't get mentioned in American classrooms.

And 9/11won't go down a memory hole. It's been 16 years; you've long avenged it, in spades, but you're still as a nation carping on about it. You got over Pearl Harbour much sooner.
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Re: Will the Horrors of September 11 Go Down the Memory Hole?

Post by Slappy » Wed Sep 13, 2017 9:20 am

Mikgof wrote:
Tue Sep 12, 2017 2:37 pm
Britain isn't the 51st state. Why on Earth would 9/11 even get mentioned in a British classroom? I'm pretty certain the the Birmingham Pub bombings don't get mentioned in American classrooms.

And 9/11won't go down a memory hole. It's been 16 years; you've long avenged it, in spades, but you're still as a nation carping on about it. You got over Pearl Harbour much sooner.
That's cause NY and N.E. paddies loathe Briton :lol: and it was also a huge attack that killed a few thousand ..in the USA....lilmore significant ...jus sayn :twisted:
As the anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the United States approaches, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office has released an official list of the 67 British victims, and 16 foreign nationals with close UK ties
But Allah forbid it get mentioned that thousands of infidels died that day less it offend some welfare leeching sand niggers sensibilities.....ba derp

Its Also the anniversary The second it was over for team HillaV :twisted:


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Re: Will the Horrors of September 11 Go Down the Memory Hole?

Post by AbeFroman » Wed Sep 13, 2017 12:18 pm

Fuuuck I saw those videos yesterday.


Fuuuuuuuccccck

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Re: Will the Horrors of September 11 Go Down the Memory Hole?

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Re: Will the Horrors of September 11 Go Down the Memory Hole?

Post by Mikgof » Wed Sep 13, 2017 3:52 pm

That's cause NY and N.E. paddies loathe Briton

Americans are Americans. It went up to the highest echelons. Even fundraising for the IRA terrorists wasn't banned in America until 2005, 7 years after the Good Friday peace accord, and even then only thrown as a bone to placate Blair after the Iraq war. Why do you think so many Brits are glad that Trump has taken America off the world stage and made it irrelevant? America was by far the biggest supplier of arms and finance to terrorists in the UK. Easily beating the Soviet Union and Libya. The funding could have been stopped from day one but your politicians refused, even to the extent of making Thatcher condemn America, in Parliament. And when Thatcher, the most pro America PM post war, was pissed off about American actions, then you know that she was seriously pissed off.
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Re: Will the Horrors of September 11 Go Down the Memory Hole?

Post by jeanV » Thu Sep 14, 2017 2:24 am

Mikgof wrote:
Wed Sep 13, 2017 3:52 pm
America was by far the biggest supplier of arms and finance to terrorists in the UK.
Easily beating the Soviet Union and Libya.
Well, not really.

The USSR was manipulating naive Irish Americans into giving to the IRA.

Wonder why after the fall of the Berlin Wall, terrorism went down everywhere in the world?


Except for that of the religion of peace, that is...

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Re: Will the Horrors of September 11 Go Down the Memory Hole?

Post by Mikgof » Thu Sep 14, 2017 3:52 am

jeanV wrote:
Thu Sep 14, 2017 2:24 am
Mikgof wrote:
Wed Sep 13, 2017 3:52 pm
America was by far the biggest supplier of arms and finance to terrorists in the UK.
Easily beating the Soviet Union and Libya.
Well, not really.

The USSR was manipulating naive Irish Americans into giving to the IRA.

Wonder why after the fall of the Berlin Wall, terrorism went down everywhere in the world?


Except for that of the religion of peace, that is...

:roll:
No. Russia did supply arms and money but in minuscule amounts compared to America. Perhaps they felt that they didn't need to, as America was so keen to be funding terrorism and trying to destabilise an "ally."

And the terrorism didn't stop with the fall of the USSR. We had terrorism centuries before the Soviet Union and have had it constantly since the fall of the Soviet Union. What bought it to an end was the IRA willing to go down the political road and John Major actively encouraging it.
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Re: Will the Horrors of September 11 Go Down the Memory Hole?

Post by jeanV » Thu Sep 14, 2017 10:49 am

jeanV wrote:
Thu Sep 14, 2017 2:24 am
The USSR was manipulating naive Irish Americans into giving to the IRA.
Mikgof wrote:
Thu Sep 14, 2017 3:52 am
• No. Russia did supply arms and money but in minuscule amounts compared to America. ..
• And the terrorism didn't stop with the fall of the USSR. We had terrorism centuries before the Soviet Union ...
Well, I was actually quoting an expert in the field, France's top criminologist, Alain Bauer.

His thesis is that nearly all pre-1989 terrorism was sanctioned either by the US or by the USSR.


After, the terrorism that subsided was criminal (Corsica) or, as I mentioned, the religion of peace.


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