It has been rewritten to reflect more accurately the evolution of American government policy and cultural norms in the decade since Muslim zealots waging jihad against the United States destroyed the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001.
Decade after September 11, New Yorkers ready to submit
NEW YORK (GoV News Service) — The attacks of September 11, 2001 changed life in the United States forever, but 10 years after the devastating hit, New Yorkers have learned to live under the threat of Muslim violence and are ready to submit to Islam.
Police heightened security in New York on Friday in response to an expected jihad attack on the anniversary of the downing of the World Trade Center towers by mujahideen flying airplanes.
In Manhattan, police set up impromptu check points and searched vehicles, but New Yorkers took the security alerts in their stride as part of the price of appeasing Islam.
Ahead of Sunday’s commemorative ceremonies at Ground Zero, there are signs that some New Yorkers are tired of resisting Islamization.
Don’t call it Ground Zero, don’t use the term 9/11 widow and don’t read the names of the dead, they say.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants people to stop calling the place where the Twin Towers once stood “Ground Zero,” a term which implies violence on a nuclear scale that happened to be deliberately caused by Muslims waging jihad against American infidels.
Appeasement helps that argument. The new One World Trade Center skyscraper will only be 80 stories high, to avoid offending Muslims by matching or exceeding the height of the buildings they destroyed.
The sharia-compliant memorial is ready and the neighborhood has enjoyed Islam-friendly development, making it a place where Muslims want to live.
Some of those most devastated by the attacks no longer wish to have to think about it…
More Sharia-Compliant World
Research shows that Americans accept a more Islamic world that includes jihad attempts such as the one being investigated on Friday.
As the 2012 presidential campaign warms up, the economy and high unemployment are the top issues, sending resistance to Islamic aspirations for supremacy lower on voters’ priorities.