Today I think of the events happening on 911: My empathy to the American nation on this day commemorating the event.
Do not allow sleezy politicians to ever make you sacrifice your flag and freedom. We lost ours to a revolutionary government who can host the Soccer World cup successfully, but cannot protect the lives of white farmers being murdered daily - over 3,000 thus far, comparable to the number of people who died on 911, we just cannot start a war...
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Sep 11, 2010 6:39:59 amby Richardphotos Homepage »
I agree but how many of the original Africans were slaughtered and still are to this day. not different than the whites doing the same thing to Native Americans. no matter the race, many humans are blood thirsty people no matter the race
Thursday 25 people were murdered in Ciudad Juarez in the name of drug cartels and the total of deaths are staggering to the senses
Sep 11, 2010 6:41:16 amby VelvetMoxie Homepage »
Your words are so true, Piet! I cannot speak much here on that topic, only to say that as an American I thank you for your advice and I also wonder why we are so readily giving up our own freedoms with both hands. It's a trend pushed by politicians with empty promises and I hope soon that we as a nation will wake up and smell the coffee before it indeed is too late. It's time to look into that clenched fist and demand it be opened; just because we're told there's a gold nugget in it doesn't mean it's so.
Sep 11, 2010 8:35:45 amby odie Homepage »
I look at this image and I have SO many questions that I am afraid cannot be answered. I do think that the smoke is masking so many things, here. But notice how strong and resilient the sun is as it refuses to be completely covered even though it CAN be surrounded. Look to the sun and take on these characteristics.
Sep 11, 2010 10:12:33 amby MrsLubner Homepage »
The right to bear arms is fundamental. Historically, it is seen that when a government disarms its private citizens, it takes away their ability to protect themselves. Even against the wrongs of their own government.
I can't imagine having my flag taken from me. You have brought both a tear to my eye and an anger in my stomach for all people who suffer inequality from their own government.
Today, my flag flies in memory of the innocent people who lost their lives on 9/11. I also fly it for others who die daily in their own fight for the right to live.