Wednesday, August 31, 2011

9/11 10th Anniversary Propaganda Watch: An Unlikely Friendship

In the next few weeks, we are going to be subjected to a long stream of unrelenting and poisonous propaganda. 


In this story, we are being indoctrinated with a lesson in "forgiveness"; a Mother who lost her son, in the 9/11 Attacks by Muslims on America, is now "friends" with the Mother of Zacharias Moussaoui, who was convicted of playing a large role in the attacks. 

Isn't that just special?


I put the word "friends" in quotation marks here because I think it is more likely that this "Mother" is a Leftist suck-ass whose friendship with the Mousaoui Mom is more of an Gramscian maneuver to weaken the resolve of Western Civilization in the face of the existential Jihadist threat.


This woman, Phyllis Rodgiguez is a a vile, abominable, disgusting pig of a "Mother". In befriending the Mother of a Mujahadeen, and holding up her friendship as some sort of vaunted morality play for the betterment of America, she betrays that she is not an example of forgiveness, but instead is a Trojan Horse, let in through the gates, only to open up and declare war on the reasonable impulse in Americans towards group survival.


So, here on what seems to be day one of the propaganda war, a hearty Infidel "Fuck you" to Phyllis Rodriguez. 

I swear to you I will not personally kill this woman.

From Yahoo Propaganda (Orwellian News Division):


For anyone who lost a loved one on 9/11, the urge to be vengeful toward those connected to the attackers must be overwhelming. But that isn't true of everyone.

Phyllis Rodriguez lost her son Greg in the attack on the World Trade Center. In the years since that terrible loss, she has formed what many consider to be an unusual friendship with Aicha el-Wafi, the mother of Zacarias Moussaoui, who was convicted of playing a large role in the attacks. He is currently serving a life sentence for his crimes.

Back in December, the two spoke at a conference for women, where Rodriguez talked about their mutual admiration for each other. Rodriguez remarked, "When I saw Aicha in the media coming over when her son was indicted, I thought, 'what a brave woman, someday I want to meet her... when I'm stronger.'"

In 2002, el-Wafi asked to be put in touch with the parents of the victims.

She was introduced to five families. She met Phyllis, and she "saw in her eyes that she was a mother" (like el-Wafi). A respectful relationship quickly formed.

When the two met, they were both nervous, not knowing what they wanted from each other. By the end of the afternoon, they felt like they'd known each other for a long time. Rodriguez says she feels the two have "a special connection which she values very much, that's all about being afraid of the other but making that step."

Rodriguez goes on to say that when people heard that her son had died on 9/11, she got immediate sympathy. But el-Wafi earned no such sympathy even though, in Rodriguez's words, "her suffering is equal."
There is no sense in which the suffering of the mother of a serial murderer (who is killed in the act of committing serial murder) is equal to the suffering of the mother whose son is murdered. That statement is patently absurd. 

The Mother of a murderer is the mother of a shameful son. She did not have a son stolen from her. Instead, her son conspired to destroy the lives of tens of thousands of human beings, in the name of a hateful God.


I puke on Allah in your name.

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