You would think that on September 11th of all days, the leftists in our country would take a break from their hatred of America.
But no, that’s obviously not possible.
According to the Daily Mail, at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, a Muslim student senator, Fadel Alkilani, decided to throw away the 2977 American flags that were displayed on the campus to commemorate those killed in the September 11th terrorist attacks on our country.
Yes, he’s Muslim. Many outlets in the media aren’t mentioning that. Wonder why.
The flags were put on the campus for a “9/11: Never Forget Project Memorial.” Alkilani put the flags, all of which represented people who died from the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001, in a garbage bag.
He called the US flags “insidious.”
Alkilani claimed he removed the flags to protest against “American imperialism” and the 900,000 lives lost in the American invasion after September 11th.
Caught on camera, Alkilani also claimed the flags were a violation of school rules and that he didn’t violate any university or legal policies and he says he was just going to relocate them.
The University surprisingly condemned what he did by saying that his actions were “reprehensible” and they are investigating the incident.
But will there been any repercussions from what he did? Probably not.
Not to be outdone by Alkilani, the Eastlake High School in Sammarish, Washington banned students from wearing red, white and blue at a football game as a tribute for September 11th because people might find it “racially insensitive.”
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First of all, that makes no sense. How are the colors red, white and blue a racist issue?
Second of all, why does a school think it has any authority to ban the color of anyone’s shirt when we walk into a football stadium?
This ban was the result of an unnamed snowflake who works at the school who got their knickers in a twist because the students actually wanted to be patriotic during what was supposed to be a Patriots Day themed competition.
Some students wore red, white and blue anyway but the school didn’t mention their tribute to the audience. Nope, that’s too patriotic.
Educators seem to be high on the list of America haters because Jenn Jackson, an assistant professor at Syracuse University and contributor to Teen Vogue, is irate that white people are still even talking about the attacks on September 11th.
It’s been twenty years, for God’s sake and she says “I’m still really disturbed by how many white pundits and correspondents talk about it.”
She called the terror attacks an attack on “heteropatriarchal capitalistic systems” that America relies on to “wrangle other countries into passivity. It was an attack on the systems many white Americans fight to protect. We have to be clear that the same motivations that animated America’s hypervigilance and responsiveness to ‘terror’ after 9/11 are now motivating the carceral state and anti-immigration policy.”
Uh, sorry, no, dear Jenn. You are mistaken.
It was attack on American infidels – in any shape and size.
They attacked us and didn’t care if we were male, female, white, black, gay, straight, rich or poor.
They care that we are not Muslims and that we don’t follow Sharia law. Try to keep up.
But part of your statement is accurate, Jenn. You really ARE disturbed alright.