Seventeen years ago, 19 Muslim terrorists hijacked four American airliners at the same time, and carried out the biggest massacre on American soil since Pearl Harbor.
I remember watching that building collapsing, and dreading the death toll — would it be 10,000? 50,000? And what would come next? If there were four planes hijacked, would there be four more? Or forty more?
Well, the answer is that there indeed would be forty more — tens of thousands more. Just not quite as spectacular as that one: In London, Spain, Paris, Nice...
But we’re Canadian, right? And as a diplomat once said, "We’re a fireproof house far away from matches." Yeah, no: As I'll review with you tonight, Canada hasn't been immune from attacks by ISIS-inspired terrorists. But of course, all those attackers, we were told, were "mentally ill..."
Why is everything worse after 9/11?
Why are we more Islamified, more scared of speaking out, more under attack than before?
That censorship, and self-censorship, is the most tangible change in the 17 years since 9/11.
To me, the western world in 2018 is summed up in two statues:
The government in Victoria, B.C., tearing down a statue of Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada’s first prime minister; and the government putting up an official park in Winnipeg named after the Islamist extremist and mass murderer, Mohammed Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan.
And our social and moral and media leaders, our entire establishment, all our teachers and schools? They love it.
They are peacefully trying to finish the work of the 9/11 terrorists — not tearing down buildings, but tearing down everything else...
NEXT: Outspoken professor Rick Mehta was just fired by Acadian University. Tonight he joins me to talk about what happened, and his ongoing campaign supporting freedom of speech.
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