Remembering 9/11 during National Preparedness Month

Why is National Preparedness Month held each September?

Because 9/11/01 is a day that shook all of America and the rest of Planet Earth like no other in history.

We shall never forget
We shall keep this day,
We shall keep the events and the tears
In our minds, our memory and our hearts
and take them with us as we carry on.


“The US bombing campaign may be hurting coalition friends more than Taliban enemies.” Time, Nov 9.

“Stop this Now.” “Is the war already lost?” New Statesman, Oct 15


“Is bin Laden winning the war?” Spectator Oct 20

[The US forces are] “a gigantic death squad” [and Sept 11 is being] “exploited by capitalists”. Environmentalist George Monbiot in the Guardian


[bin Laden acted from the] “highest motives and in the name of freedom”. Jeanette Winterson, author.


[The Sept 11 attacks were] the greatest work of art in the cosmos … compared to that, we composers are nothing.” Karlheinz Stockhausen, composer.


``If we learn nothing else from this tragedy, we learn that life is short and there is no time for hate,'' said Sandy Dahl, the wife of Flight 93 pilot Jason Dahl.

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