For the sake of everyone, no more 9/11

by Faramarz_Fateh

I don't know how many times of have heard the numbers 9/11 and the phrase" the day the world changed" together.  The world did change, but not for the reasons most people, especially Americans think.

No matter how one looks at the events of 9/11/2001, it was, is and will continue to be a horrendous event during which a lot of innocent people died.  For no reason.

Although 9/11 was a 4 hour event for the U.S., the pain and suffering of loved ones left by the people who died continues for a generation or 2.

9/11 for the innocent people of Afghanistan and Iraq has been going on for 7+ years. Even using the most conservative estimates, 300,000+ people have died in these 2 countries.  This figure does not include the 4,000 young American soldiers or the 22,000 injured ones.  7,000 of the injured ones have sustained so much physical damage that they can not even have a near normal life for the rest of their lives. 

All of this for what?!  Some cave dwelling goat eating self appointed Arab prohet getting his rocks off or a stupid implanted cowboy proving to his dad that he can make more $$$ for his friends than he did. Both the Bin Ladan and the Bush family names will go down the annals of history as evil.  There is no question.

Although all this death and destruction is because of money and power, the underlying enabler is religion.  If we get rid of the Jewish, Christian and Muslim faiths most of our problems will be solved.

9/11 did change the world.  It provided the greatest excuse to kill for $$$ in the name of God.


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by maziar 58 (not verified) on

I think if the outcome of that 4 HRS. event can be carried on for the next 400 YRS. the main purpose will never be told.........
But, hey let's hope for a more shiny days for our planet.

Peace on Earth



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by dokhtare85 (not verified) on


i think, people do not religion to hav faith, love and unity. faith is not same as comes from within, n it remains inside of its owner. reliion is the means of controlling sheep. faith is there for people not to be sheep.

i wish for God to give one last thing to ppl- the mind...nothing else will make sheep wise..



Let me tell you

by Former Building Climber arrested for tresspassing (not verified) on

9/11 had many other side effects that needs attention:

It completely overshadowed the corruption in Wall Street and the crash of 2000 where the loss was about $4,000 per each American. Look around your friends and family and see how much each one of them lost in the market. The 9/11 made people not to dare to talk about the "crash" as being "unnationalistic."

It also gave carte blanche to the government to start surveillance on the American people, the militias which used to live in State of Washington and Utah and etc. The Homeland Security mostly took care of that problem.

It gave the West the authority to invade, occupy and destroy anything in any country at will with no need for explanation.

It created an underclass among the educated Muslims in this country and in Europe filled with fear and guilt of being Muslim. Their children suffered and the parents worried.

It shattered the trust that American held for all the Muslims that they new in this country, be it at the universities, business or at the neighborhood.

It made America to become one of the most hated countries in the world.

It created a world of hatred, sadness and mistrust...

George W. Bush will get his Nobel Prize someday too, don't underestimate the blunders of politics...



by perry (not verified) on

I am in total agreement with your comments, and particularly re religions. The well known French philosopher, Diderot, said it best, and I quote:"man will never be free until the last king is strangled with the entrails of the last priest".


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by Mehdi-Palang on

Not only do I agree with you, but I feel your words.  Millions of lives have been lost and millions more scarred by this BS psuedo-racist-ignorance that has been paraded about by "experts"  on News channels and movies in America and Europe. 

shinie head

Put your request to "W" !

by shinie head on

Since 9/11 is said to be a well-organized inside job, you should put your request to "W" and his clans. Tell them "No more 9/11" please !

Ali P.

I don't like it either, but....

by Ali P. on long as there are final exams, you'll have God and religion!



Ali P/


$$$ indeed !

by Majid on

At NO time in the history of mankind religion took away a rock, club, sword, gun or bomb from anybody's hand, but placed it.

The so called "GOD" that we (ensaan) created was/is our own worse enemy. 

It has ALWAYS been and WILL ALWAYS be about $$$ and power, which translates to greed, AKA $$$....all in the name of "GOD"! 

I agree with you 100%

Enough is enough.......milleniums wasted on this B.S. 

Kaveh Nouraee

The other sad side effect

by Kaveh Nouraee on

Very good post, Faramarz .

Worse than the loss of all of these lives is the fact that the collective mentality of complacency and apathy that existed until 8:46 AM that day is once again the norm.

God forbid that another 19 Arab pieces of s*it came along to wreak more havoc, this country once again has its pants down around its ankles.

Homeland Security my ass.



Damet garm

by Dr Know (not verified) on

I could not have said it better...great job.
Right on....btw, Bush and Binladan are one in a wears a turbin, one wears a tie.

American Wife


by American Wife on

double posted again.  Which brings up another issue.  This is the slowest friggin' website EVER.  My work website is huge... and I can move from page to page with no problem.  But moving around IC takes forever.  Sometimes when I click on my name to go to the tracking feature, I get logged off.  That's happened several times.  Sometimes I click on the "post comment" and it takes forever to load, so I click again.  And thus the double posting.   And when I do click on the "track" button,  it usually freezes and I have to "refresh".  errrrrrrrr

American Wife

well said

by American Wife on

I agree with everything you say except the comment about religion.  I know... I KNOW... that virtually everyone here does not support a religion of any kind.  I understand your reasons and to a certain extent, I empathize.  I know that most atrocities have been commited in the NAME of religion, be it Christian, Muslim or Judaism.  I totally believe that there should be a separation of church and state. 

But for those who DO have faith, in whatever, we can separate between the good that it provides and the bad that it produces.  It's an extremely hard thing to discuss and when we have this exact same discussion at home, we end up in a deadlock. 

I just wish that both could be acknowledged... the good and the bad.