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September 11

It is funny, even ironic how one date can have mixed significance. Take September 11 for instance. This date is important in the whole Jewish-Arab-Western conflict that looms in our headlines and threatens to at least change if not undo civilization. Let me give a few examples:It all began with the Muslims taking over Budapest (or Buda) from the Christians in 1526 on 9/11. The Christians of Malta firmly asked the Muslims to leave their island in 1565 on 9/11. The Moriscos (who are Muslims pretending they are Christians) were also asked to leave Spain in 1609 on 9/11.  Then the last Muslim vs. Christian battle for Europe in the siege of Vienna ended in 1683 on 9/11. The very first modern and permanent Zionist township was created in Palestine in 1921 on 9/11.   The most famous, controversial, speech  by Charles Lindbergh in 1941, that singled out the Jews as one of the forces working towards war, was given in 1941 on 9/11. The White Nationalist leader William Pierce who had much to say about Jewish power in this country was born on 9/11. And of course the Twin Towers came down, and the war with terrorism began on 9/11. I have no idea what all this means, but if you don't see the irony in any of this, just ask OHenry, the father of the ironic ending who was also born on 9/11.


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It has nothing to do with the Jewish-Christian-Muslim controversy, but two additional events took place on 9/11. The CIA murdered President Allende in Chille. And renegade Mormons murdered whole families in the Mountain Meadow Massacre. So 9/11 is definitely a history laden day, for whatever reason. Also, when you reach 9/11 on the calendar, you have 111 days left in the year.

August 14, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterCurious Quisling

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