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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Nothing like a bunch of Patriotic Americans showing up on their Hogs at a muzzie party.
Thank you for your sobering thoughts Commander.
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This morning there was a 911 service by the bay in Traverse City, Michigan. A piece of the twin towers, an "artifact" that is being managed by the local fire officials has found a home here, and was present for the ceremony.
This video is of the final minutes of the morning's event.
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Look how far we have ..not come.
Being in Michigan on Sept 11, 2001 did not lessen the realization that we had been attacked. Not by a nation, but by people who share a belief set capable of mass murder.. known to NO religion.
No.. This did not happen in Michigan, but it makes it no less important to understand the foundation that makes such things possible. In a Half hour it will be 9 years since the first plane hit the first tower. In that time, how we have bent over backwards to call such things "man made disasters," "tragedies," etc... Anything but what they are: Violent examples of a twisted political ideology.
NO Religion drives such things.
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