Sunday, September 11, 2005

I Will Not Forget

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Not what happened... and not who did it to us. I will not forget. Ever.

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Semper Fidelis

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7 Comments:

Blogger saj said...

We won't forget, but I fear many Americans already have. I read a letter to the editor in my local paper yesterday from someone claiming that the threat of a terrorist attack against the US is just some kind of fear tactic. Unbelievable!

word verification almost spells Xanadu?

11/9/05 12:19  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is unbelieveable SAJ. They just want to forget everything and act like the president is the biggest threat. They are insane.

11/9/05 13:17  
Blogger Tsar Lazar said...

Pomoze Bog.

SAJ: As long as our leaders (the sheepdogs and the Gray Tribe and the Newcastle Browns) don't forget, they will keep up the fight.

Tsar Lazar

11/9/05 19:11  
Blogger Tsar Lazar said...

Pomoze Bog.

KMG, nor can I forgive.

I was once in the top level of the first tower, the one with the large antenna on the top. There was an interior and exterior observation deck, and it seemed like on a clear day you could look all the way across the United States and see the thin, blue line of the Pacific Shore in the distance.

It is still hard for me to believe that those great monuments to human ingenuity are gone; when I stood at the base of them, they seemed to radiate a permanency that time has proved all too illusory.

I cannot forgive the people who conceived of these attacks, nor can I ever show peace to the false religion that motivated them. Between the thousand years of persecution of the Body of Christ and these attacks on my home country, I believe that only a strongly-prosecuted, total war is the solution. Ultimately, it is Us against Them, and the winner will be the one with the most strength of will and perseverence. The sheepdogs of the West must be, and continue to be for years to come, the aggressors, taking the fight to the home turf of the wolves. The alternative, as the Euros are beginning to realize, is defeat and enslavement.

If this sounds grim, well, it is. Survival is rarely pretty, and never easy. It takes faith, strength, will, and hardware, and let us pray that the American people realize in time that we have all four if we choose to.
The alternative is grimmer still.

Lock and load, people.

Tsar Lazar

11/9/05 19:36  
Blogger Tsar Lazar said...

Pomoze Bog.

Personally, I remembered the attack by offering prayers to the dead during the Liturgy this a.m., and them coming home and field-stripping and cleaning my M-14 and my 1911 A1. Both acts reminded me of the tragedy and the appropriate response to it.

Tsar Lazar

11/9/05 20:00  
Blogger saj said...

KMG, my sister was a good friend of the Waino family, whose daughter, Elizabeth Waino, died on Flight 93. She had cut Elizabeth's hair since she was a child.

11/9/05 21:24  
Blogger kmg said...

Just so you guys know- I am grateful to know that you exist. People like us are what will stand between America and another attack like this one.

Tsar is right... it is not easy to survive- and too many Americans don't yet know that.

11/9/05 21:38  

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