The tragic day when hijacked planes were drove into the World Trade Center. The United States of America became united again and many American Flags were bought.
You hit us down, and we will only get up stronger. September 11th will forever be in our generations memories.
The day when the planes hit the towers. The country woke up and then fell back asleep again the following day.
I hated September 11th.
by anonymous Jun 26, 2003 add a video
September 11th, 2001.
The morning of this date those dirty rat bastard terrorists put America through a living hell, taking thousands of innocent lives and destroying the lives of those who lost loved ones. Firemen who tried to save lives were ruthlessly murdered, and will be forever remembered as heroes. The day when time stopped, and America stood still, watching in horror along with the rest of the world. No one knew what would come next.
There is no conspiracy theory needed: this event was horrible enough as it is, left alone in truth.
September 11th, 2001, was the most tragic day in America recently.
September 11th: day when two commercial airliners struck the world trade center.
They were hijacked by nineteen members from al-Queda, led by a man who lives in a cave half way across the world.
At least that's what the government tells us.
9/11 was an inside job. Planes might've crashed, sure, but the fires caused by them could no way make the buildings collapse so fast everyone's heads spun. There were explosions from the inside. It was planned by our government. False flagging has been done before, like when Hitler dressed up a prisoner as a Polish soldier, got him shot on German soil, all to make it look like Poland was invading to give Hitler an excuse to wage war.
The United States and United Kingdom needed a Pearl Harbor like event to go to war, and this was all too convenient!
For furthur detail just watch the Terror Storm videos, they make LOADS of sense.
"Oh my god have you watched Terror Storm about September 11th?"
"Yeah, it's so convincing!"
The day of the destruction of the world towers by al-Qaeda. The united states will always remember this day for a long time, when 200 people died from the attacks. But will the country remember the day the Hurricane hit the southern coast when 35,000 are still missing?
The united states is more worried about creating the hype for terrorism than the missing 35,000 people.