The anniversary of 9/11, one of the saddest days in American history.
On the morning of 9-11, I woke up, as usual, around 6:30 in the morning and immediately turned on the TV set in my bedroom. The first thing that I saw, on TV, was images of the twin towers in New York City as they were hit by planes.
I immediately called my daughter and told her to stay inside because America was under attack. I assumed that we were being attacked by a foreign country. Why would anyone in America attack these famous buildings in New York city? Including Building 7, which was empty.
Later, it was learned that Building 7 had been wired to come down safely, and no one was hurt. All three buildings were owned by the same man, who stayed home that day because he had a doctor’s appointment. Normally, he would have been having breakfast in a room at the top of one of the towers that was hit.
I have written many blog posts about this sad event, including this one about the memorial ceremonies:
There were many strange things about the 9/11 attack, but none more strange than the story of Barbara Olsen, a well known person:
Strangely, Barbara Olsen disappeared and was never heard from again.
I wrote this blog post about an interview that Megyn Kelly did with Ward Churchill, in which the 9/11 attack was mentioned:
I wrote another blog post, in which the story of Ward Churchill continues. This blog post has lots of links which add to the story:
There were many stories about the 3,000 Jews who allegedly stayed home that and did not go to work in their offices in the 9/11 buildings. However, this news article defends the Jews and claims that the Jews DID go to work on 9/11 and that there were several Jews who died in the attack:
Where was George Bush, the president of the United States, when the 9/11 attack happened? He was in a school classroom in Texas, reading to little children, when he was told that America was under attack.
The Pentagon was also hit, but strangely no one was killed.