On the 12th anniversary of the horrendous Islamic terror attacks on New York and Washington, we should remember all those who were murdered that day, and all those police, fire and ambulance crews who fought valiantly to rescue people from the scene of the attack. We should also remember all those who lost loved ones and those who are still traumatised by the memories and recollections of the attack. We must also recall with gratitude those brave people on United Airlines flight 93, who fought, with distinction, the Islamic murderers and by their actions prevented even more death and destruction.
We shall remember them.
We should also never, ever forget or forgive the ideology of Islam, an ideology that killed in that one day 3000+ people for no other reason than their victims were either not Muslim or ‘not proper Muslims’. They hate our freedoms and they kill to stop those freedoms.
Those of us in the free world were reminded that terrible day, of the history of the interactions between the civilised world and the Islamic world. We had wiped from our collective memories the knowledge of just how evil Islam can be. We had done this for reasons of political correctness and because of our own society’s laudable desire to see the good in all people, no matter what deity a person follows.
We had forgotten that for centuries the followers of Islam had fought tooth and nail to wipe out any trace of non-Muslim civilisations. We had forgotten the hundreds of thousands of Europeans and Africans snatched in Islamic slave raids, the Christians and Jews who were forced to live as second or third class citizens in areas controlled by Islam and the brigandage practised by Muslim gangs, that stifled trade, learning and development.
We must never forget those who were killed by Islam on the 11th September 2001, nor must we forget those who are still being killed by this bestial and vile ideology.
Never Forget. Never Forgive, Never Surrender, Never Again. May the souls of the innocents who died at the hands of Islamic scum rest in peace, and may the retribution by the civilised against the uncivilised be complete and total.