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Reflections on 9/11: How a Tragedy was Exploited (via WordsNotBullets)

Posted in Society with tags , , , , , , , , , on 17/09/2011 by Living out of Eden

Reflections on 9/11: How a Tragedy was Exploited As everyone knows, this Sunday marks the tenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks that destroyed the World Trade Center, damaged the Pentagon, and killed over 3000 people (including over 400 rescue workers).  Like most people, I remember that day vividly.  I remember where I was, what I did, what I thought, and how I felt as clearly as if it had happened yesterday.  I was shocked, I was saddened, I was confused, and above all, I was scared … Read More

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Reflecting on September 11: a call to our better angels (via Hey, it’s Pat Ryan’s blog!)

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Reflecting on September 11: a call to our better angels In the entry hallway at our house we have a framed picture of the night skyline of Lower Manhattan as seen from New Jersey, the twinkling twin towers of the World Trade Center the focal point.  The caption under the photo reads, “We’ll never forget.”  Not forget what happened that day?  That’s the easy part. That morning I was at my desk at work with the television tuned to CNN, trying to concentrate on the newspaper, when I became barely conscio … Read More

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9/11: Unanswered Questions (I & II) (via THE INTERNET POST)

Posted in Society with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 14/09/2011 by Living out of Eden

9/11: Unanswered Questions (I & II) Wayne Madsen,   authors this 'The 4th Media' post which has inspired me to do yet another 9/11 post, just when I was thinking,  enough!  It is understandable that this 10th anniversary would evoke many stories from many blogs. There seems to be always more, so where to stop? I consider that this article has something more to add. Perhaps there is enough here to convince you that, whoever you wish to blame, there is very little evidence to exonera … Read More

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