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#26 2019-09-12 15:07:25

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Re: 9/11 today...

XxAtillaxX wrote:

you probably weren't even alive when 9/11 happened

excuse me? I'm even born after 9/11, fool


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#27 2019-09-12 17:54:34

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Re: 9/11 today...

Nebula wrote:
XxAtillaxX wrote:

you probably weren't even alive when 9/11 happened

excuse me? I'm even born after 9/11, fool

what does this imply


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#28 2019-09-12 18:08:51, last edited by Andymakeer (2019-09-12 18:09:07)

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Re: 9/11 today...

using the same logics, there were inoccents too on Japan that died by bombing

you plant disaster, you harvest disaster

just move on and forget


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#29 2019-09-12 18:32:53

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Re: 9/11 today...

The Japanese attacked the United States, provoking the use of nuclear weapons. Prior to Japan bombing Pearl Harbor, the US made attempts to stay away from combat in WWII.

It wasn't the Japanese that attacked New York on September 11th.

Stop comparing apples to oranges.


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#30 2019-09-12 19:26:28

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Re: 9/11 today...

Every death-related tragedy/massacre should be treated with respect for the fallen (if their cause was noble). What makes 9/11 particularly memorable is countless innocent lives were lost, these people never knew what was coming. It was a terrible surprise, and in an instant about 3,000 people didn't get a chance to say goodbye in-person (but some did write home letters, or left voicemails to their loved ones). 6,000 sustained injuries. It shattered the guise of security in America (and the world), and shook everyone for a long time.

Because of 9/11, the airport started severely enforcing security. Prior to the event, you could walk all the way up to the airport gate and wave goodbye to your friends or family. Now you can only drop off whoever is flying and pray they make it safely. Not to mention the really high wait time.

It's not just "libtards" who care about this event. Anyone who lived during that time and knew what happened will respect it. Visit the memorial and you'll be greeted with a quiet, eerie atmosphere. It's very quiet and contemplative.

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#31 2019-09-12 20:14:45

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Re: 9/11 today...

i fully agree wiht YU
what fi you were a person on the 86th (coret me if im wrong) floor and an plane flied right in th ebuilding and its on fire and the only way to survivle is to jump out of a building that is coutnless meteres high knowing there is only like ~0.000001% to not be dead


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#32 2019-09-12 21:13:32, last edited by Tomahawk (2019-09-13 08:02:55)

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Re: 9/11 today...

peace wrote:

i fully agree wiht YU
what fi you were a person on the 86th (coret me if im wrong) floor and an plane flied right in th ebuilding and its on fire and the only way to survivle is to jump out of a building that is coutnless meteres high knowing there is only like ~0.000001% to not be dead

can you <snip - rude>








The only reason why 9/11 is more commemorated than others is because it was in the US, simply.

Do we ever talk about these?

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Roughly. After seeing these tragedies on the news, no one gives a flying **** about them. But when a terrorist attack happens in France, USA or all those stuck up rich countries, then It's the end of the world. This world needs some serious fixing, humanely.

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#33 2019-09-12 22:03:46

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Re: 9/11 today...

And in other news, the equivalent of 3 American lives were killed by US airstrikes in Syria today.


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#34 2019-09-12 23:04:38

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Re: 9/11 today...

@Kira I was going to reply on the forums, but I'll just do it here.

Most of the events you have listed are tagged as wars. On going conflicts, not a single event.

You're looking at 3000 civilians dying in a terrorist attack, versus 10K combatants dying in a series of events.

It's all far different than most terrorist attacks. These guys hijacked 4 commercial airplanes, and intentionally crashed them into important buildings, full of people.

It was also a major turning point in how a lot of things are handled. Airports is the obvious one. The way that fire departments respond and handle CISM has changed a lot. The way emergency personnel communicate, stage, care for wounded, and plan took a 180 after 9/11.

The reason terrorist attacks dont have as much publicity today, is because this is now the world we live in. 9/11 was the beginning of a long line of terrorism. It was the starting point for hundreds of thousands of more people to be killed.

Terrorist attacks in other places get reported, but it's no longer "omg what's happening?" Its "wow again?"


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#35 2019-09-13 06:01:17

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Re: 9/11 today...

Lock this topic,

NorwegianboyEE wrote:

And in other news, the equivalent of 3 American lives were killed by US airstrikes in Syria today.

it went into a rasict discussion. Now we’re already differing American lives from other lives.

Every person is equally worth.


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#36 2019-09-13 06:30:56

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Re: 9/11 today...

Anatoly wrote:

Lock this topic,

NorwegianboyEE wrote:

And in other news, the equivalent of 3 American lives were killed by US airstrikes in Syria today.

it went into a rasict discussion. Now we’re already differing American lives from other lives.

Every person is equally worth.

I will do if many ppl are waiting for the worth to do this -_-


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#37 2019-09-13 06:37:29

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Re: 9/11 today...

Anatoly wrote:

Lock this topic,

NorwegianboyEE wrote:

And in other news, the equivalent of 3 American lives were killed by US airstrikes in Syria today.

it went into a rasict discussion. Now we’re already differing American lives from other lives.

Every person is equally worth.

I’m making fun of the notion that some people’s lives are worth more than others based on geographical location. It’s called sarcasm.


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#38 2019-09-13 08:04:35

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Re: 9/11 today...

Let’s all try not to get too triggered in this thread.


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#39 2019-09-13 18:49:59

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Re: 9/11 today...

Custom warning: Libtard

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#40 2019-09-14 03:09:20

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Re: 9/11 today...

move on and forget


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