My thoughts about 9/11 are best represented by a post I did in 2008. I don’t mean to be insensitive to the people who lost loved ones on 9/11, but I cannot even turn on the television and attempt to watch another memorial for more than a second. This country is full of sensitive pussies, always wanting recognition for injured feelings. Our enemies laugh at us, as we allow the TSA to assault old ladies and young children at our airports. Since 9/11, this country has become one big fucking clusterfuck.
The wars we pursued were done half ass and we’ve bankrupted the world, through a myriad of retarded policies all aimed at making us “feel better.”
I was in front of the towers when the airplane struck and can vividly recall the panic, anger, and sadness that affected everyone on that day. For weeks after the attack, I could smell the stench of 9/11 from from my neighborhood in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. It was horrible; but it’s time to move on.
After a decade of national paranoia and misguided wars that bankrupted the treasury, I believe the best way we can honor the memories of those who perished is to get our heads out of our collective asses and fix America.If you enjoy the content at iBankCoin, please follow us on Twitter