How can Americans so soon forget September 11th 2001

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  1. crazyhorsesghost profile image72
    crazyhorsesghostposted 6 years ago

    How can Americans so soon forget September 11th 2001

    It really makes me sad that for the most part a lot of Americans seem to have forgotten what was done to the USA on the morning of September 11th 2001. They took all the videos off TV of the planes flying into buildings because they said it would cause hate. I really think it was people giving in to playing politically correct games.  Believe me they will attack us again. But if you want to you can play the politically correct games and wake up one morning to a big hole in the ground where a US city used to stand or millions dying from biological attack. They will be back.

  2. duffsmom profile image60
    duffsmomposted 6 years ago

    Of course they will be back.  But I don't think anyone has forgotten what was done to us.  There is a difference between moving on and forgetting.  One has to move on or you will get stuck in grief and be paralyzed....but never forget.

    1. zduckman profile image60
      zduckmanposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      THEY ....will be back......really....REALLY. These people from a cave that hate us because we are free....? THOSE people. WOW. Please...PLEASE watch the video in link below...and let me know what you think. seriously ...I am interested

  3. zduckman profile image60
    zduckmanposted 6 years ago

    I don't think anyone has "forgotten" about 911. Quite the contrary It seems to me as though more and more people are waking up to the overwhelming evidence. If you look at the events of that day ...the "official explanation" does not add up. The official investigation by the 911 commission didn't even look into the fact that Building number 7 of the world Trade Center Complex fell identically to the two towers even though it had not been hit by a plane. In fact the 911 commission didn't even mention building number 7 at all in its report.

    The evidence is overwhelming. Firemen say they heard explosions in the building, and in the basement. There is evidence of thermite( a military grade demolition explosive).
    I have two documentaries for anyone that doubts the scientific validity of anything I am saying.

    I dont see how its possible to believe the official lie when you evaluate the evidence, and consider how the events of 911 have led to current foreign policy and the "right" for pre-emptive attacks on anyone we deem necessarry.

    1. zduckman profile image60
      zduckmanposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Am I to assume from this thread that most of you actually believe the propaganda ? Look at what has happened since 911. Neocons had the Patriot Act ready and waiting when 9/11 happened.hmmmm just a little suspicious ?

  4. angel115707 profile image60
    angel115707posted 6 years ago

    some answer make sense, but I have to say the majority of Americans have short term memories, and the constant desire for instant gratification.  The government has succesfully brainwashed us into dependent consumerists who focus more on Iphones, facebook, and fast food than on truth. Ever notice History class is 90% about the government, how often do they get the class to do family trees or discover their own heritage? Kids with no past have no future but this monster government is training them their only future is government, and do you ever see a kid walking along without texting and looking down at their phones? These kids, tweens, teens are the kids that were born right before 911, and their parents have been busy supplying the government with "free" will offerings of working their asses off to buy cheap junk and keep the economy rolling, so busy, little worker bees, they never notice their kids are nearly clones, brainwashed and in desperate need of real freedom

  5. Nevada Logan profile image59
    Nevada Loganposted 6 years ago

    Sad but true, most Americans seem to move on from one thing to the next. I agree with other posters on here that no one has actually forgotten, but perhaps it's not as up front and in our face as before. One thing I do know is that American's will fight back, that's already been proven.

    1. zduckman profile image60
      zduckmanposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Oh we fought back alright ! We have killed approximately 500,00 innocent civilian in Iraq, and have privatized their national oil supply. MISSION ACCOMPLISHED. Iraq will now get 25% of the profit from THEIR oil.

  6. eternals3ptember profile image61
    eternals3ptemberposted 6 years ago

    We killed a million people in retaliation... Got blind revenge and then dropped the issue because our apathy is almost unmatched...

    1. zduckman profile image60
      zduckmanposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      At least SOMBODY is speaking sense here

  7. daydreamer13 profile image61
    daydreamer13posted 6 years ago

    I don't think anyone has forgotten Sept. 11th. People have moved on in different ways but everyone will always remember that day. As for public recognition, there is a movie coming out based on true events of that day and there are many, many songs written about it and I know that day was recognized every year since it happened where I live. I don't always inderstand how the government handles things, but I know that Americans will NEVER forget September11th.

    1. zduckman profile image60
      zduckmanposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      The majority of Americans now know we lied to get into Afghanistan and Iraq. Why is the question. Iraq is privatized. Afghanistan neighbors Turkmenistan ...4th largest natural gas reserve in the world.... Its all about fossil fuels


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