Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Today is a complicated day

I don't have the strength left in me to summon the proper anger any more. I just don't.

If you do, I certainly support your right to wrath. If you are reading this and feel unfulfilled, please take a stroll down my blogroll; many, if not all of the gunblogs are writing memorial posts, and good for them for so doing.

But I ran out of steam long ago. This is still a sacred day of remembrance to me, but the anger has passed and I've moved on through mourning and into acceptance. It happened, it sucked, but I'd rather spend what energy I have on being positive and effecting change in my life.

Much of this is tempered by the fact that last year, United States SEALs were able to deliver wrathful judgement upon Osama bin Laden. A lot of my anger had been about how the figurehead and mastermind of this plan was still at large, living when others far more worthy than he were dead.

But he's dead now, and hopefully in hell being sodomized by a demon's spiked cock.

If you lost loved ones 11 years ago, I am terribly sorry. I will remember them as I remember  all who died that day.  But all I can offer are prayers and sympathy.

I hope this doesn't offend anyone, but I look forward to the day when today is as culturally relevant as December 7th, 1941 -- when all the hate has gone out of it and it is only a day of historical interest.

Until then:
לעולם אל תשכח

μολὼν λαβέ

Si vis pacem, para bellum

1 comment:

  1. I do not foresee the hate going out of it anytime soon. bin laden was the mastermind and money man. Yes, he is gone but the backbone of attacks are still there. islam. If we killed the general that masterminded Pearl Harbor would the war have ended? no. islam is to blame and they are not a target. we DESTROYED Japan and they surrendered, THAT is why that hate is gone. islam has now infilterated our gov., schools and our daily life, we have won NOTHING.........YET.


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