Sunday, September 11, 2011

The 9/11 monument in New Jersey you never heard about

Gee, our crack mainstream media must have accidentally dropped this story behind the vending machine.

Politics or Poppycock has a series of photos depicting a monument to the victims of 9/11 in Bayonne, New Jersey. He writes, "I'm stunned. I have never heard, seen or read anything about this. Isn't it wonderful to live in a country where the media controls what we should know?"

The monument is a gift to the people of America from the citizens of Russia signifying the importance of the war against global terrorism.

Oops. That face may be one of the reasons our beloved mainstream media "forgot" to report the story.

The impressive teardrop monument is truly striking.

The names of the victims of 9/11 are inscribed on a memorial wall.

Perhaps some enterprising reporter could let us know exactly what year this monument was installed.

They'll just have to remember not to call the hijackers "Islamists" or "terrorists", because I don't think President Obama approves of those terms.

Hat tip: Contrairimairi.


feeblemind said...

I remember seeing this in a viral email years ago.

Mo said...

Bush did a wonderful job of speaking today. He wasn't perfect, to say the least, but Mr. Bush never gave anyone (sane) the idea he hated America. I believe he truly felt the pain of the deaths of the soldiers in Iraq, and he was not a great actor. He truly gave a damn.

Glad to see this about the monument in Bayonne. I forget how many workers, a rather good-sized group, that died in the attacks on 9/11, lived in and commuted from New Jersey.