Where Were You When it Happened?

There are a lot of stand-out days in my life that I will always remember either for the happiness, the thrill, the satisfaction of a job well-done . . . Even as I recall such personal events, however, I don’t think I remember them in as clear detail as I do the day I saw that plane deliberately crash in the first of the two towers in New York. It took a few seconds to realize that someone had purposely crashed a plane into the building, there were people in the building beginning their day, and the place would soon be swarmed by rescue factions to save everyone.

Sad to say, a great many of the people already in the tower at that moment began and ended their day within minutes while more fortunate ones managed to escape down the stairs into the smokey billows already filling the air outside. Firemen and other rescue crews bravely went against the exiting confusion of people in order to save anyone who couldn’t make it out on their own. Many of those brave men ended their early shift for that day forever when the building crashed down.

I remember seeing the television reporters running to their desks on the news stations, hurriedly dressed and unkept probably wondering on WHAT the news was that needed to be reported. Eventually, the last of the warring planes had crashed and the world was left in shock and sorrow. Some stories were heard of people who were miraculously saved from death because they were late, a flat tire, sudden illness, etc. Way too many hugged their wives, husbands, and children goodbye for the last time.

Even all these years later, it is difficult to watch the news reports from that day as one always has a wistful thought in the back of their mind about ‘maybe the ending will be different THIS time’ . . . but it never is and tears are often just as poignat and sorrowful as the first time we witnessed this news.

The Red, White, and Blue . . .

My mother was an immigrant to the United States. She arrived after the end of World War II and found a job within a few weeks of arriving. She already spoke English in addition to her native language but spent her life perfecting it to the point that she could read, write, and speak in either language with profeciency.

With marrying her American solider she met during the war and raising two children, getting her fees together, finding sponsors, and learning the history of the United States, it was quite a few years until she earned her citizenship in America.

I was still in grade school when she was sworn in as a citizen but remember it clearly. The room was crowded with applicants, sponsors, and families with an air of anticipation and gratitude for the event about to unfold. Before my mother became a citizen, she would stand for the American Flag but wouldn’t pledge to the flag which often angered my father. She explained that she couldn’t do that to her homeland, which she still loved, until she was actually a citizen of the United States. At the end of the citizenship ceremony, the entire auditorium of people stood up and pledged their allegiance to the flag including my mother for the first time in her life and with tears in her eyes for officially leaving her homeland behind and the joy at embracing the fact that she was now a citizen of the country where she had been living and working for years already.

I know that this is why I get so frustrated and sad when people don’t always consider the magnitude of foregoing the country of their birth and asking for permanent entry into what I consider the greatest country on earth. The disrespect we are seeing more and more these days is horrific as it comes from people who put labels on events in the history of this country out of context and deride and demean the very land that gives them the right to make such statements even if they are so wrong.

Basically, if you become a citizen for convenience without an ever-growing love that will eventually surpass the care you had for your place of birth, you aren’t grateful enough for what you have been given.

History Lesson For Today . . .

MUSLIM HISTORY LESSON FOR TODAY

By NITA WEIS

In 732 A.D., the Muslim Army, which was moving on Paris, was Defeated and turned back at Tours, France, by Charles Martell.

In 1571 A.D., the Muslim Army/Navy was defeated by the Italians and Austrians as they tried to cross the Mediterranean to Attack Southern Europe in the Battle of Le Panto.

In 1683 A.D., the Turkish Muslim Army, attacking Eastern Europe, was finally Defeated in the Battle of Vienna by German and Polish Christian Armies.

This Nonsense has been going on for 1,400 years!

The SAD thing is that more than half of all Politicians do not even know any of this. If these Battles had not been Won, we would most likely be speaking Arabic. And Christianity could be Non-existent. Judaism certainly would NOT exist!

Reality check:

A lot of Americans have become so Insulated from reality that they Imagine America can suffer defeat without any inconvenience to themselves.

Think:

The following events are true historical facts. It has been many years since 1968, but History keeps repeating itself.

1.) In 1968, Robert Kennedy was Shot and Killed by a Muslim Male.

2.) In 1972, at the Munich Olympics, Israeli Athletes were Kidnapped and Massacred by Muslim Males.

3.) In 1972, a Pan Am 747 was Hijacked and eventually Diverted to Cairo where a Fuse was lit on Final Approach. Shortly after Landing, it was Blown up by Muslim Males.

4.) In 1973, a Pan Am 707 was Destroyed in Rome With 33 People Killed, when it was Attacked with Grenades by Muslim Males.

5.) In 1979, the United States Embassy in Iran was taken over by Muslim Males.

6.) During the 1980s, a number of Americans were Kidnapped in Lebanon by Muslim Males.

7.) In 1983, the United States Marine Barracks in Beirut was Blown up by Muslim Males.

8.) In 1985, the Cruise Ship Achilles-Lauro was Hijacked, and a 70-year-old American Passenger was Murdered and thrown Overboard in his Wheelchair by Muslim Males.

9.) In 1985, TWA Flight 847 was Hijacked at Athens, and a United States Navy Diver, who was trying to Rescue Passengers – was murdered by Muslim Males.

10.) In 1988, Pan Am Flight 103 was bombed by Muslim Males.

11.) In 1993, the World Trade Center was Bombed for the First Time by Muslim Males.

12.) In 1998, the United States Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania were Bombed by Muslim Males.

13.) On 09/11/01, FOUR Airliners were Hijacked. Two of the Planes were used as Missiles to take down the World Trade Centers. One Plane Crashed into the United States Pentagon, and the other Plane was Diverted and Crashed by the Passengers. Thousands of People were Killed by Muslim Males.

14.) In 2002, the United States fought a War in Afghanistan against Muslim Males.

15.) In 2002, reporter Daniel Pearl was Kidnaped and Beheaded by you guessed it – a Muslim Male. (Plus two other American Journalists who had just recently been Beheaded.)

16.) In 2013, the Boston Marathon Bombing resulted in Four Innocent People, including a Child, being Killed and 264 other People injured by Muslim Males.

17.) In 2008 USA voted in as President a Muslim Male that we still really have no idea of who, how, or where he came from. . . All records sealed or refused to be allowed to search out. What did he do to this great country?

No, I really do not see a pattern here to Justify Profiling. Do You?

So, to ensure we Americans never offend anyone – particularly Fanatics intent on Killing US – Airport Security Screeners will No longer be allowed to Profile certain People.

So, ask yourself: “Just how Stupid are we?!”

Have Americans completely lost their Minds or just their “Power of Reason?”

As the writer of the Award Winning story “Forrest Gump” so aptly put it, “Stupid is as Stupid does.”

As Barack Obama said in his book: “Nothing sounds as Beautiful as the Muslim Evening Prayers from the Tower.”

Now just think about the number of Muslims that are in political positions all across the U.S. They are infiltrating from within, just as they said they would do.

#wakeupamerica #islamistheproblem
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Is October 13th Important to You?

Passing on the information that America Needs Fatima is sponsoring the annual Rosary Rally for 2018. https://www.americaneedsfatima.org/Rally-News/rosary-rally-central-2.html The link has all the information.

I signed up to be a Rosary Captain, last year, and it was a wonderful experience. We were blessed in that even though our site faced two, major streets, we didn’t get any adverse response to praying our public Rosary in honor of the Blessed Mother. Every year, more and more people are signing up for this. Given the current state of the world, we may seemingly be a ‘drop in the bucket’ but we get to use a powerful weapon against the evils of the world. Last year was the 100th anniversary of the miracle at Fatima. This year, we get to participate in the first anniversary towards the next century!

Check out the site and you will find they have covered just about every question/need. A banner will be supplied as well as the prayers for the public Rosary. Encourage people to make their own banners and bring friends. Remember to take pictures and share them with America Needs Fatima.