posted on Sep, 11 2009 @ 11:37 AM
On October 25, 2001 the House of Representatives approved Joint Resolution 71 to designate September 11th annually as
The official name of September 11th is now Patriot Day? Are all those that were lost in the attack really "Patriots"? If so, what makes them
patriots? I'd refer to them as innocent victims of a horrific event. I think the commemorating adage should be more like Remembrance Day (which is
already taken by Canada, as someone has pointed out) if one is to be applied to this day.
"Patriot Day" to be seem to dishonor the victims, in my opinion, because it's nothing more than government propaganda for "Get Behind Your Country
And Support These Wars We're About To Wage Against Nations That Had Nothing To Do With 9/11 Day".
I just wonder if we were to expose some sort of conspiracy or government fore-knowledge if we could get the name changed from "Patriot Day" to
perhaps "Justice Day" or maybe "Day of Reckoning" to commemorate September 11th and those that willingly disregarded the warnings that numerous
other countries issued and multiple government agency warned the administration about before hand.
I'm sure I'll take alot of heat for posting this thread and that's fine. I just call them as I see them.
[edit on 11-9-2009 by tyranny22]