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How do Poles feel about 10th anniversary of 9/11

johnny reb 15 | 2,944    
11 Sep 2016  #31

Today is the 15th anniversary of 9/11.
Presently we are at a moment of silence across the Nation in remembrance.
The majority of Americans believe 'there was' American involvement.
And to think my government would allow a Mosque to be build across the street from the 9/11 Memorial kind of confirms that.

High class Olga - | 5    :-(
11 Sep 2016  #32

I was on Warsaw airport that day coming back to states with my kids and all flights were cancelled for a week and LOT provided us 2 rooms in hilton with food.After first week for 3 days all people with US passports were allowed to get back and then others were allowed.For first 2 days there were no calls could be made.

If given a chance I would like to open a go go bar WITH ALCOHOL across that mosque with the name of the bar MORE HAMMERED. AND A 24 HR BLINKING COLOURFUL NEON SIGN.
johnny reb 15 | 2,944    
11 Sep 2016  #33

It definitely shows the most disrespect possible.
Just shows you what is happening in America since 'Barrack "Hussein" Obama' was elected as this Mosque opened in 2011 on his watch.
You Polish people here tell me what would happen if the Germans opened a Bach Choral Society across from the gates of Auschwitz !
I think Trump should buy the property next door to that Mosque and put up a gay bar that sells bbq pork ribs and name it, "Hairy Baghdad's Rib Shack".

(All dogs must be accompanied by owners)
It would show the same amount of respect.

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