Thursday, September 11, 2008

Seven Years Later

To call September 11, 2001 a tragedy is to ignore history, evade the truth, and perpetuate the malignant idea that it was simply a catastrophic event which must be mourned rather than the ideologically-based systematic murder of Americans which must rooted out. The destruction of the Twin Towers and the horrific deaths of nearly 3,000 people that day were a clear and precisely executed attack on America and Western values by Islamic terrorists. The real tragedy of 9/11 is an America which lacks understanding of the gravity of what is still at risk because it refuses to identify and pursue the enemy.

Please visit the Rule of Reason blog for this week's Objectivist Round-Up which is dedicated to "Nothing Less Than Victory", and a great post by Gina Liggett at NoodleFood.

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