“9/11, Islam, and the US: What Have We Learned”

Apparently, nothing worth knowing.

Twenty-one years after 9/11 in this supposedly “Islamophobic” country, U.S. Muslims have gained unprecedented political and cultural influence. The Muslim population in the U.S. increased to 3.85 million in 2020. Mosques have more than doubled from 1,209 in 2000 to 2,769 in 2020. These are not grounds for any grudge, as the U.S. is magnet for people seeking prosperity and religious freedom.

But it is troubling that for a country based on the rule of law, Islam and Muslims have acquired an immunity and exemption from any critical scrutiny, no matter how justified. This “Islamic exceptionalism” operates blatantly at the political and cultural levels and is a recurring pattern going back to almost immediately after 9/11, when George Bush declared that “Islam is peace.”

Ilhan Omar, a Muslim supremacist, who has made herself invincible by donning the woke cloak of “fighting for justice, for equality, for the right for us [Muslims] to equally exist in this country” and notably ungrateful to the U.S., given her life history, vaporized the human suffering of 9/11 when she said, “CAIR was founded after 9/11 because they recognized that some people did something and that all of us were starting to lose access to our civil liberties.”

Her breezy dismissal of the 9/11 carnage came in the same speech that she opened by lamenting “a tragic, tragic nightmare that has happened to Muslims in New Zealand,” referencing the Christchurch attacks. For comparison’s sake, the New Zealand attacks left 49 dead against the 2,997 on 9/11. She has suffered no political consequences and is invariably elected by her “Islamophobic” voters.

“Islamophobic”? Hardly. Her so-called “constituents” having gradually invaded, occupied, and gained overwhelming-majority status in her Minnesota district, they’re Muslims.

The determination to exonerate Islam is deeply embedded in mainstream media. On September 11, 2018, the New York Times tweeted (and later deleted) that “airplanes took aim” at Twin Towers on 9/11. For the Times, the malignant agency of Osama bin Laden and the international team that planned the carnage counted for nothing.

During the Pulse Nightclub attack in Orlando in 2016, the killer Omar Mateen placed a “chilling, calm, and deliberate” call to 911, calling himself an “Islamic soldier.” Obama admitted that Mateen had pledged allegiance to “ISIL” and said that “countering this extremist ideology is increasingly going to be as important as making sure that we are disrupting plots from the outside.”

Yet, if an attack that is clearly terrorist in nature (it is immaterial if it was mixed up with troubled sexuality, as claimed) is somehow transmogrified and elevated seamlessly into a national memorial for gay rights and excludes any reference to the Islamic motivation of this act, then we as a nation have traveled long and hard down the road of self-delusion and surrender to Islam.

Major Nidal Hasan’s terrorist attack in Fort Hood in 2009, which killed 13 people and wounded dozens, was classified, incredibly, as “workplace violence.” In 2021, he exulted and congratulated the Taliban in a triumphant victory message from death row after they had seized control of Afghanistan. On death row, Nidal’s sentence is likely meaningless, as he will probably live his full life.

Although Muslims make up a bit more than one per cent of the U.S. population, they constitute about nine percent of the state prison population. Muslim immigration has dramatically increased the risk of female genital mutilation (FGM) which is understood in many Islamic countries as a religious obligation. In North America, Muslims commit most of the honor killings.

We have reached here because of the unbreakable alliance of the left and Islam. Leftists’ frequent accusations of “Islamophobia” are grossly exaggerated and more powerful than any weapon. This does not imply that Muslims cannot be targeted. But the left’s partnership with Islam has succeeded in achieving a unique moral inversion. Leftists have conferred upon a specific religion and its followers blanket immunity from hostile examination, and simultaneously labeled those as making any enquiry, no matter how justified by facts, as intolerant, and excluded them from the streams of authorized debate.

September 11 was the day that the towers fell, and the U.S. began its submission to Islam. Unless checked, it will surely hasten our downfall as a nation.

It has, it is, and it assuredly will. Bad as all the above is, though, there’s worse still.

When news that military prosecutors are negotiating a plea deal with 9/11 architect Khalid Sheikh Mohammed hit my desk, I had to check the source to see if it wasn’t satire. Of all days for this news to hit, why drop it now?

According to Fox News:

U.S. military prosecutors are reportedly negotiating potential plea deals with 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four other conspirators imprisoned in Guantanamo Bay. The plea deals may allow the five dependents to escape a potential death penalty, according to CBS. Mohammed is widely credited with being the architect of the 9/11 terror attacks. The other four defendants are Ramzi Binalshibh, Mustafa Ahmed al-Hawsawi, Walid bin Attash and Ammar al-Baluchi.

Attorneys for the defendants reportedly say they would be willing to enter a guilty plea in exchange for taking the death penalty off the table, as well as for getting treatment for alleged torture they experienced while in CIA custody.

Retired actor and active patriot James Woods noticed what many of us did, that the timing of the news is an outrage:

To see this headline on September 11 is appalling. Why is justice such an elusive concept in America today? Will the heinous among us never be held accountable? This is an outrage, and to read about it on this sacred day is an insult to the fallen.

The timing of this news is not a coincidence any more than the timing of the Benghazi attack was a coincidence. They’re insulting us. They’re laughing at us. This regime truly and absolutely hates America and they’re proud of that fact.

Incredible, and thoroughly sick-making. How bitter a pill, that rather than avenging our 9/11 dead, we choose instead to profane their memory so disgracefully.

Update! And just like that, a DemonRat ProPol plummets from merely disgusting before auguring in to truly, deeply appalling.

Senate Intelligence chair says it’s ‘stunning’ that over 20 years after Sept. 11, attacks on the symbol of democracy are ‘not coming from terrorists’ but from ‘insurgents’ at the Capitol on Jan. 6

It’d be nice to think so, but I doublechecked, and no, this is NOT the Bee, alas.

Senate Intelligence chair Mark Warner said it’s “stunning” that 21 years after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, “the attack on the symbol of our democracy” hadn’t come from foreign threats but from within the US.

“I remember, as most Americans do, where they were on 9/11. I was in the middle of a political campaign and suddenly, the differences with my opponent seem very small in comparison and our country came together.”

Yeah, yeah…for all of three whole days, when the first shitlib claims that America had brought 9/11 on itself and therefore “had it coming” appeared, shattering the phony, short-lived sense of “unity.” I expected precisely that to happen, even posted about it here at the time, as I recollect. In fact, it’s a big part of the reason I named the blog what I did.

“The stunning thing to me is here we are 20 years later, and the attack on the symbol of our democracy was not coming from terrorists, but it came from literally insurgents attacking the Capitol on January 6th,” he added.

Warner said that he felt the country is “stronger,” and the “intelligence community has performed remarkably,” compared to 21 years ago.

“I think the threat of terror has diminished,” he said.

However, he added that he’s concerned about internal threats.

“But I do worry about some of the activity in this country where the election deniers, the insurgency that took place on January 6th, that is something I hope we could see that same kind of unity of spirit,” he said.

“Unity”? With self-serving shitlib poseurs like yourself? I’d rather gargle diarrhea, thanks.

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Jaybo

Hey Bro we have learned NOTHING, if any of the dumbasses watched what happened in Europe and cared about the American people no muz would be here. The pull the same crap everywhere they go, nicey until they get a minority status and then they start grooming people’s daughters. Ask Tommy Robinson!

Barry

Senate Intelligence chair

An oxymoron. Well, I imagine the chair is more intelligent than the senator.

We sure have a lot of enemies.

Barry

“…as well as for getting treatment for alleged torture they experienced while in CIA custody.

Hair of the dog, and I’m for it. I get to pick the new torturers however. The CYA brigade doesn’t cut it.

Aesop

The whole fustercluck jumped the shark the minute we passed The Patriot Act instead of the “Let’s Glass Over Mecca and Medina, and Invite Islam to Rethink An Islamic Reformation” Act.

Everything after that point was just metric f**ktons of fail.

SteveF

The Patriot Act, otherwise known as The Intelligence and Police Community Wish List.

Barry

Brought to us by republicans and a bush.

kennycan

Which is why I approach Go Ukraine and DeSantis with a sense of precaution.

Trump Unmasked too many people and what was seen can’t be unseen.

They’ve been pulling these bait and switches on us for a long time now. I want to be very sure before supporting anything they’re pushing.

Go Ukraine is one of the most Bipartisan things going and that raises Massive Red Flags for me. If Dems, GOPe and Fake news are for something and lone voices like Ron Paul are the dissenters, I smell a Con Job.

DeSantis is lightly less worrisome to me as he is running FL well. Still, there’s this gut feeling I’ve seen this show before with W Bush. We have about 12 months before the real 2024 campaigns get going so I’ll just sit back, reserve judgment and watch what develops. No need to make a choice now. One thing though, what Trump will do is at least known.

Last edited 15 days ago by kennycan
Barry

Of course you’ve seen the DeSantis political moves before. Almost identical to bush from Florida, with one exception, Trump has held office and will be running again. The GOPe has no way to stop that except the way they did it in 2020, cheat. But they’ll try to tar Trump with more of their BS first. The plan is to deny Trump the nomination which is why DeSantis supports the raid on Trumps home. But I predict it’s not going to work.

Ukraine. It’s entirely possible not to fall for all the biden regime and GOPe corruption and still hate the fucking russians. The country of russia is responsible for something around 100 million murdered, ald almost every bit of mayhem in the world since 1917 can be traced to those bastards.

Aesop

There you go talking common sense and stating the obvious again.

Aesop

People would swear off water and oxygen if Biden told them it was good for them.

Barry

Well I wish he would. That might eliminate a third of the dumbest people on earth.

kennycan

You’re a first class ass.

kennycan

You can hate Russia and still agree Ukraine is another Deep State NeoCon Con Job designed to rob America AND ordinary Ukrainians.

Which means America First benefits if we butt out. Let the two Slavic Mafias fight it out. The EU is richer and has 3x as many people as Russia. The Bad Bear can be handled by them without US. At this point we’re a patsy for still defending Europe from a gnat.

Barry

You can hate Russia and still agree Ukraine is another Deep State NeoCon Con Job designed to rob America AND ordinary Ukrainians.

Yes, precisely what I have said since the Ukraine war began. To many of the haters of biden (I’m one) have let that hatred spill over into pulling for putin. I see it over and over. No matter what you pretend, it is putin that started this war. NATO has never threatened the russian state except against expansion. Putin isn’t there because Ukraine wished to join NATO.

The Ukraine was corrupt before the US political class moved in and took over the corruption. The russians first ran the corruption.

The average Ukrainian is not corrupt, just as the average American is not.

kennycan

NATO has threatened Russia and they took out Libya with NATO. Then stood down when 4 Americans were killed at Benghazi. THen they tried to lie about it. We were HELPING our Islamic Jihad enemies there.

I Came, I Saw, He Died.

The words of a Megalomaniacal Sociopath and DC is Loaded with them now.

Putin should take their words seriously because we sure do.

Plus, they were sabotaging Russia even before there WAS a Putin.

I’m not rooting for Putin, but if I say I don’t care about Ukraine, don’t root for them and want US to butt out there, I am labelled a Putin Supporter.

They are trying to use the Jingoism that got us into Iraq and Nation Building Afghanistan to get us more and more involved in Ukraine.

I am NOT going to be joining the Chorus helping NeoCon Nuland and the Megalomaniacs this time.

Barry

NATO/Libya did not and does not threaten Russia. Russia has nukes, no one is going to invade russia.

You find one place where I have advocated the US helping the Ukraine. You will not find it.
But you, and lots of others, never criticize putin/russia. You never find that the propaganda cuts both ways. That is tantamount to support for the evil empire.

I’ve been critical of the ukraine and it’s corrupt leadership for many years and I’m critical of the regime illegally installed in our country that is a part of that corruption.

The russian army is a fucking joke and that is why it’s mired down in a fight with a corrupt led ukraine. Paper tigers just like the chinese. And even on paper they are pussy cats.

kennycan

Like I said, they do things differently depending upon the situation. For Russia they needed to destabilize the regime and get their guy in.

They tried that on Yeltsin and the Russians outsmarted them and gave them Putin instead.

The Egyptian Army luckily took control or the Arab Spring would have gone for regime change in several countries.

All courtesy of NeoCon Nuland, the Kagans, and the CIA. That’s State Department Nuland. She worked for W and Cheney, 0, and now Joetato. Kinda says it all.

But the CIA has a tendency to have things backfire on US when they topple regimes.

Barry

They tried that on Yeltsin…

I think you’re reaching here. “They” couldn’t predict anything, much less have any real effect on the happenings in the Soviet Union. There were so many chess moves in the political games with the russians none of the players could keep up. On top of that, many on “our side” were sold out to the commies in russia. Far from wanting to overthrow anything they wanted it moved into place here.

Other than that I have no disagreement. I know the actors, good and bad. Nuland is bad of course. The CIA sold us out a long time ago, and along with the FBI needs to just be disbanded, salted, never to be seen again.

None of this changes what we have in the russian sphere: deeply corrupt rulers dedicated to the destruction and overthrow of America.

I wouldn’t send a nickel to ukraine, but I certainly hope they cause as much mayhem in russia as is possible.

kennycan

BTW they don’t always invade. I think Deep State’s Plans has always to destabilize the area so that Putin somehow is thrown out and they can get their guy in. I guarantee you elements of Deep State are communicating with Russian Big Wigs who would secretly love to get Installed in return for allowing Deep State free rein to loot and pillage Russia.

In Libya, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo they only brought airpower to bear and used locals to be their proxies.

So there’s more than one way to “invade” and I gave you two alternatives there.

Barry

I have no doubt the “deep state” intends to rule the world including russia, and agree that they use methods to destabilize any and every part of this world including the USA.

Sweden shows that fighting back can and will work.

The deep state may loot and pillage russia, but other than good vodka they will not get much :)*

*yea, I know, oil/gas

Barry

Looks like Kenny and I wore the “Daily” out and it is need of a refresh…

Barry

I see the daily is now open again, thanks!

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