September 6, 2011, - 6:25 pm

It’s Official: The “Children of 9/11” Are Spoiled Dhimmi Morons & Propagandists

By Debbie Schlussel

I’m sure I will get loudly attacked by every moron on the left (and right).  But if the kids I saw on TV last night are at all representative of the children who lost a parent on 9/11, they are a bunch of spoiled morons, politically correct dhimmis, and Islamic propagandists.


(Thanks to Reader “Doda McCheesle” for the Graphic)

Last night, after telling you about the NBC special, “The Children of 9/11,” I watched it.  I predicted it would cry over Muslims as “victims” of 9/11 and never mention that they were the perpetrators (or who the perpetrators were at all).  And it was even more “vomitous” than I originally diagnosed before watching it.  Osama Bin Laden’s ghost is smiling from his watery grave about his victory over America and the West–a victory that keeps on giving.

Plenty of kids  lose a parent.  Their families don’t get a $4 million windfall as compensation (and, instead, they are struggling).  And they don’t go around telling the rest of us not to hate their parents’ murderers because not all murderers are bad guys, that just a few hijacked their religion.  But that’s what these kids did, last night, and not just the Muslim ones.

About 3,060 kids lost a parent in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.  I hope and pray that the eleven we saw last night do not represent them.  If even they cannot face who it is that murdered their parents, I doubt the rest of America’s kids will.  And that’s yet another reason why we are doomed against the Islamic threat to the West. And, come on, was there not one American kid who joined the U.S. Army or went to West Point after his father was murdered on 9/11? If there was, he wasn’t deemed the kind of person whose agenda needed to air on NBC’s “Children of 9/11.”

Hosted and narrated by Mariska Hargitay, the NBC special showed us a child of 9/11 who is paying tribute to her father by becoming a . . . pro wrestler?  Huh?  Yup, that’s how Thea Trinidad a/k/a “Rosita” is remembering that some ghost took her father, a wrestling fan and amateur wrestler, on 9/11.  I say, “some ghost,” because the men who perpetrated the 9/11 attacks were 19 Islamic terrorists, but that’s never mentioned.  Not even once in the entire hour.

Then, there’s Caitlin Langone, who remembers her father and what happened to him by bleaching her hair pastel green and getting tattoos all over her body.  Are you frickin’ kiddin’ me?  This is how they remember the 9/11 attacks?  Morons.  Spoiled morons.  But, hey, $4 million buys a lot of tattoos and sexy pro wrestling costumes and very little in the way of learning about the Islamic threat that took their parents.  I feel sorry that these kids lost a parent, but if they cannot face facts about why their parents are gone and who did it, I cannot feel too bad for them, as they are beyond help.  It’s not the circumstances that happen to you.  It’s what you do about it.

On “The Children of 9/11,” we’re lectured in Islamic propaganda by Ms. Hargitay, who tells us about the “60 innocent Muslims” who died in the 9/11 attacks.  How the heck does she or anyone know they were “innocent”?  Did they ask their ghosts to condemn Hezbollah and HAMAS?  A lot more Jews and Christians and people of many ethnic groups died.  But none of them gets a special mention like Muslims.  In fact, it appears that no Jewish kids of 9/11 were featured.  Why?  Maybe NBC believes in the Muslim BS that Jews stayed home on 9/11 because they knew of the attacks (absolutely false).

Then, we are shown the Chowdhury family and their mother Baraheen Ashrafi.  We’re told how their dad, Mohammed, was a poor waiter in the World Trade Center and how Farquad and Fahina Chowdhury, the kids, are upset that so many people area against Islam and think Muslims did the attacks.  Um, guess what?  Muslims did perpetrate the attacks, you idiots.

But, even worse than the Muslims who tell us how peaceful and innocent they are (but aren’t asked to condemn a single Islamic terrorist group), are the Burnett girls.  Their father, Thomas, was on United Flight 93, which crashed in Pennsylvania after passengers fought off their Muslim attackers and foiled their plans.  But the Burnett girls, Halley, Madison and Anna Clare Burnett, want you to know that Muslims are peaceful and innocent and that their father would not want us to think negatively about Muslims.  They also make sure to tell us that Muslims are loyal U.S. citizens and innocent just like the rest of us.  Do you think their father’s soul is nodding in agreement from his mass Islamic-made grave in Pennsylvania?  Or is he turning over in his grave that while his family got $4 million, it didn’t do much good in educating them about his murderers and the threat their co-religionists pose to America?

Another 9/11 orphan, Rodney Ratchford, is struggling to get by, even though he was apparently his mother’s sole surviving immediate family member.  Why?  What happened to the $4 million he got?  The special didn’t really address that, after raising the question.

Like I said, these are spoiled brats, morons, and propagandists, not brilliant or insightful people.  They were the ones whose parents died on 9/11 because of fate, not because they were destined to become great spokespeople about those who murdered their parents and the threat their co-religionists continue to present and escalate on U.S. shores.

But it begs the question:  if the children of the victims of 9/11 cannot even remember what happened to their parents–and more important, who did it–how can we expect that of the rest of the country?

Answer:  we can’t.  And, again, that’s why we’re doomed.  Kids who lost their parents to Nazis in World War II–and the rest of the American people–knew who took their lives.

Now, we are just a nation of idiots.  Some of the idiots are $4 million richer, though.  And they have tattoos and green hair.

57 Responses

Not surprising in the least. This country is full of spoiled, uneducated, lazy, moronic, people who couldn’t care less about anything except when they are getting their next body piercing, what time the Khardashian sluts will next be appearing on television, and who might be a suitable “baby daddy” for their next out of wedlock child. The sheer number of stupid people in the U.S. is frightening.

Jeff on September 6, 2011 at 6:42 pm

    I wonder if anyone has mentioned that every family member of a victim of 9-11 received $1 million. These are rich dimmis.

    As goes Israel, so goes the World on September 7, 2011 at 11:27 am

I feel sorry for you Debbie for having to watch that crap and having to pay to watch that crap as well. Me I don’t have to because I gave up the boob tube years ago over the propaganda on every channel — even my favorite ones (History, Discovery, TLC).

Thank you for having the nerve to sit through that 41 minutes of hell (since 19 minutes are commercials which is hell in itself).

For me — I can care less about these spoiled moronic, brainwashed idiots. When Hitlary stated it takes a village to raise a child — she wasn’t kidding. Take the child away from the parent and let the ones who ‘know better’ raise them (meaning who brainwashes the best). Seventy five percent of the last couple generations are lost to their parents because of Hitlary and her crowd. (Just ask a parent like me about that.)

YeahRight on September 6, 2011 at 6:56 pm

Thank you DS. You get that feeling that I do…of slowly building rage when you know you are being zoomed. And you have the guts to explain your rage. I love people like that because it shows we THINK…not just ingest propaganda.

Yep, I agree with your assessment. And it’s why our juries are filled to the rafters with morons.

It’s Sept. 6th, 2011. It’s way too late to be cowed by PCness and NOT fight strongly and righteously for what is RIGHT!!!

Skunky on September 6, 2011 at 7:15 pm

You can’t blame children for not possessing what was never given to them. This is the fruit of eroding pride in western civilization, liberal education, secular grief councillors…

Those 60 Muslims died in the name of Allah, they should be very proud of themselves.

Islam Delenda Est

sg on September 6, 2011 at 7:21 pm

    Sharia Delenda est, my brother.

    Occam's Tool on September 6, 2011 at 7:31 pm

Debbie you claimed in you’re first sentiment:

“I’m sure I will get loudly attacked by everyone on the left (and right.)”

Debbie, speaking of which, we all remember back in February during the “Lara Logan” fiasco, you were loudly attacked by every moron on the far-left and a few on the far-right! Debbie, I believe the low-life scumbags at Media Matters fowarded you’re Lara Logan thread to every left wing blog/website and stirred up the masses on those sites and all hell broke lose on this blog seven months ago and the samething can be said for the Norway thread you wrote over a month ago. I won’t be surprised if Media Matters’ finger prints are all over this smear attack on you’re reputation DS? And I hope none of the moronic anti-DS trolls appear here and make complete morons of themselves and become dhimmi apologist for the “Misunderstood Bear’s of Islam” (LOL)?

You’re other sentiment DS:

“that’s how Thea Trinidad aka “Rosita” is remembering that some ghost took her father,”

DS, I’ve seen “Rosita”/Thea Trinidad on TNA wrestling every week, her character is supposed to be a cousin of “Sorita” aka Sara Stock (even though Sara Stock is Canadian born, but speaks fluent spanish and lives in Mexico). I have a question for Mrs. Trinidad (Rosita), who attacked and killed her father (I’m sorry that she lost her father in the attacks)? I’ll answer the question for Thea, the perpatrators who attacked you’re late father were “MUSLIM fanatics”, that’s who! It wasn’t ghost or little green men from outer space who took you’re late fathers life.

And you’re right Debbie, I to said it last night on another thread that this program was pure “propaganda”, and thank goodness I didn’t see this propaganda show!

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on September 6, 2011 at 7:26 pm

I’m a lifelong conservative who shares Ms. Schlussel’s concern about the threat posed by militant Islam. Nevertheless, I take some issue with the following statement:

“On ‘The Children of 9/11,’ we’re lectured in Islamic propaganda by Ms. Hargitay, who tells us about the “60 innocent Muslims” who died in the 9/11 attacks. How the heck does she or anyone know they were ‘innocent’? Did they ask their ghosts to condemn Hezbollah and HAMAS?”

I’m going to go out on a limb here and suggest–just suggest, mind you–that at least *some* of the Muslim civilians who were murdered on 9/11 had perhaps not actually committed a crime worthy of death. We usually refrain from assuming that people are guilty in this country until they actually do something illegal, and a failure to specifically go on record and condemn Hezbollah and Hamas is (to my knowledge, at least) not a capital crime in America. We’ve got this bizarre habit in the U.S. of allowing people to believe what they want, as long as they don’t do anything illegal. It’s inconvenient, I know, but that’s the way we’ve gotten used to doing things.

I note also that Ms. Schlussel seems to be deeply hurt and offended that the children of the victims have proceeded to live their lives in the way they see fit. I’m not sure what gave the victims’ offspring the outlandish notion that this is legitimate behavior for an American, but I extend my condolences to Ms. Schlussel for the distress this caused her.


Michael Lynch on September 6, 2011 at 7:37 pm

    Hey Lynch, why did you bother to LIE in your first paragraph???

    “I’m a lifelong conservative who shares Ms. Schlussel’s concern about the threat posed by militant Islam. Nevertheless, I take some issue with the following statement:”

    Give it up. And next time have the cojones to just say what you wanna say in lieu of lying.

    And I DON’T agree with your opinion. It’s retarded.

    Skunky on September 6, 2011 at 8:43 pm

      I’m not terribly interested in hearing lectures about “cojones” from people who won’t post comments with their real name.

      Which statement do you presume was a lie? The part about being a lifelong conservative? I was handing out campaign literature for conservative candidates before I was old enough to drive. I was practically born a conservative; my father was an officer of the Tennessee Conservative Union and a Buchanan delegate to the Republican National Convention.

      Or perhaps it was the reference to militant Islam? That must be it. After all, one can’t be concerned about militant Islam unless one considers Muslim civilians to be worthy of death on principle. There’s no beating razor-sharp logic like that.

      Oh, well. That’s what I get for voicing an opinion in the midst of ignorant blowhards such as yourself. Metaphorical pearls before actual swine.


      Michael Lynch on September 6, 2011 at 10:33 pm

    Sure, ML, I understand your “conservative” perspective perfectly: You have your “Hezbollah view”–as the late, great Tony Snow so elegantly put it, when referring to Helen Thomas’ views.

    I understand…. Not all Nazis were evil; some were “decent” human beings that only commited acts of evil or went along with them because they were just following orders. And today, we have “decent” Muslims that can and will say, we were only following Allah.

    If the Nazis had designed their brand of fascism as a “religion,” you’d be calling those who attack Nazis as Naziphobic, in the same way you undoubtedly refer to those who attack Muslims as Islamophopic.

    Ralph Adamo on September 7, 2011 at 1:33 am

      This is NOT the Ralph Adamo who lives in New Orleans.

      ralphadamoneworleans on January 25, 2012 at 11:14 am

    ML, you clearly are in need of an education about Islam. Here is basic introduction to the subject of contemporary Islam. It’s from Pat Robertson’s show. It doesn’t matter whether you agree or disagree with Robertson. This is real reporting, and you get an inside view of Islam that you won’t get in conventional whitewash media.

    Ralph Adamo on September 7, 2011 at 2:19 am

    And one more educational video just for you, ML, which you might be interested in as a potential “student” of the “religion of peace”–that is, if you’re willing to get out of the corner and take your pointed cap off:

    Ralph Adamo on September 7, 2011 at 2:38 am

      Right, Ralph. I don’t presume that all Muslims are murderous fanatics, so therefore I’d probably support Nazis if I got the chance. Rational discourse isn’t your strong suit, is it?


      Michael Lynch on September 7, 2011 at 8:26 am

        That’s fine Lynch. We think your opinion is dumb. We don’t equivocate here.

        You’ll NEVER get it and that is fine as long as we know to avoid you.

        Skunky on September 7, 2011 at 10:34 am

          So I don’t get to associate with you outside the bounds of a comment section? Breaks my heart.


          Michael Lynch on September 7, 2011 at 11:39 am

        I can tell that you were unable and unwilling to watch, listen, and learn from the videos that I sent to you. But I’m not surprised that you didn’t and won’t learn anything. As I said, I posted the links to the videos…”if you’re willing to get out of the corner and take your pointed cap off.” Clearly, you are stuck in cretinesque, circuitous thought patterns that you have been programmed with from years of watching mindless TV shows.

        Ralph Adamo on September 7, 2011 at 4:00 pm

          Actually, most of what I know came from small, rectangular objects called “books.” But I’m sure your YouTube education was worth every dime you paid for it.


          Michael Lynch on September 7, 2011 at 9:03 pm

        Oh, you can actually read, ML? I’m sorry that I offended you with my quip about you sitting in the corner with your pointed cone hat firmly in place. So, do tell us what you’ve read and what you learned from your so-called literature that has made you the stunod that you are today. Was that last book Mein Kamph, Protocols of the Elders of Zion, or was it Jihad for Idiots?

        Ralph Adamo on September 8, 2011 at 12:33 am

          And Godwin’s Law finally kicks in! Thanks, Ralph. Somebody had to do it, and I’m glad it was an articulate fellow like yourself.


          Michael Lynch on September 8, 2011 at 9:59 am

Debbie, you are completely accurate – that show was utter preachy drivel and propaganda. Just horrifying and enraging.

DS_ROCKS! on September 6, 2011 at 8:09 pm

Fortunately, there is a children’s book entited ‘We Shall Never Forget 9/11 — The Kids’ Book of Freedom’ that helps to educate children about the 9/11 crime. So while the media whitewashes the truth, children can learn about the real significance of 911 from this coloring book:

DETROIT — On the brink of the 10th anniversary of September 11th a new children’s ‘graphic coloring novel’ has emerged.

According to the publisher, the book entitled ‘We Shall Never Forget 9/11 — The Kids’ Book of Freedom’ is “designed to be a tool that parents can use to help teach children about the facts surrounding 9/11.”

The book opens on September 11, 2011 with a picture of Osama Bin Laden as he plots the US attacks. It ends nearly 10 years later with the raid of Bin Laden’s Abbottabad compound and his death.

Several pages show both American military and Muslims with guns. The final page of the story shows a bullet flying toward Bin Laden before his death.

Publishers say the book ‘demonstrates honesty, reverence, integrity and good character,’ with ‘a historic and educational perspective.’

WXYZ-TV showed the coloring book to the Executive Director for the Council on American-Islamic relations. He calls the book disgusting because it portrays all Muslims as radicals when indeed American Muslims had nothing to do with 9-11 and they were victims as well as first responders that day.

“This publisher is doing a disservice to innocent young minds by showing this type of nonsense. In every single reference to Muslims has to do with radical, extremists, and depictions of people being terrorists,” said Dawud Walid.

Spokesperson for the publisher, Wayne Bell, released a statement to Action News about the use of Osama Bin Laden and said:

“Because they see the man, Osama Bin Laden, get shot in black and white, that provides closure for them.”

Ralph Adamo on September 6, 2011 at 9:31 pm

    Dear Mr. Adamo: There’s another children’s book called The Little Chapel That Stood, by A.B. Curtiss. It’s about St. Paul’s Chapel, which was right across the street from Ground Zero, and yet survived the falling Twin Towers.

    I did a needlepoint of St. Paul’s Chapel standing triumphant agaist the falling Twin Towers.

    I remember the day that I planned to go, after work, to the yarn store, and buy thread for the project. I took along an illustrated 9/11 commemorative book, so that I’d get the colors right. An Arab student saw the book and said, I heard the enthusiasm in his voice, “Osama Bin Laden?”

    Miranda Rose Smith on September 7, 2011 at 2:17 am

      I did a needlepoint of St. Paul’s Chapel standing triumphant against the falling Twin Towers.

      I gave it to a dear friend, a Christian, who was downtown on that day and stood by her office window and watched the towers fall. She has since died of cancer, may she rest in peace.

      Miranda Rose Smith on September 7, 2011 at 2:27 am

I turned it off as soon as I saw the hijabs. I had already been sickened by what I saw and knew what was coming.
Our sensibilities are being subdued, our convictions eroded, and our innate understanding of how the world works supplanted by a cruel and enslaving machine known as our Government and the media that supports it.
We shall suffer the same fate as every other nation whose inhabitants have been herded as cattle into acts of active compliance and submission to a dangerous and subversive ideology.
The spirit of islam is evil. The muslim more often than not is just ignorant. The quran is a fraud and those who follow it ensnared by its precepts and whether willing or not, find themselves bound by its injunctions.
We have a traitorous man in the Whitehouse, corrupt politicians on every side, and a Constitution that likely may not survive the current efforts to sever it from the guiding principles it was birthed in.
America’s days as a nation as we have known it are numbered.
It is because of complacency and the ridiculous notion, “it can’t happen here”.
Well folks, yes it can.

Dad on September 6, 2011 at 9:45 pm

One exception: I do remember one clip where a girl (I don’t recall her name) was out at a fence petting a horse while being interviewed, stating that she didn’t buy into all the “religion of peace” BS and acknowledging that Muslims did indeed kill her father. There’s hope yet!

A: Are you sure you were watching the same program? I don’t remember that part. When was it and what did she look like? How old was she? DS

Alan on September 6, 2011 at 10:39 pm

There’s always an exception. But that’s kinda discouraging in a nation where people as a rule don’t think for themselves. So even if Debbie credits you for being right, it still doesn’t change anything she said about the nature of this particular show. In fact, it just reinforces it. A few people who get it doesn’t overcome the manifest ignorance of every one else. A decade after 9/11, you would think every one would know the truth.

Far from it.

NormanF on September 7, 2011 at 12:08 am

Pardon my profanity and sarcasm, but here are my 2¢.

Goddamn it, you clowns. Maybe we should all drop the booze, get off the yeyo and clear our minds just for once.

First, right back @ Michael Lynch…

“I note also that Ms. Schlussel seems to be deeply hurt and offended that the children of the victims have proceeded to live their lives in the way they see fit. I’m not sure what gave the victims’ offspring the outlandish notion that this is legitimate behavior for an American, but I extend my condolences to Ms. Schlussel for the distress this caused her.”

Personally, I don’t give a single flying fuck on how these kids live their lives. They haven’t caused a single death yet. And I didn’t even watch that special.

But if they were there, if they had watched all that news coverage on that very day, they might have a different view of life and how they should live it, and maybe learn to count their blessings. Slowly.

I’m not a big-C Conservative: I’m more an Anarcho-Conservative or Libertarian. I used to have faith, but now I’m simply agnostic because I believe that most organised religions have their own self-serving, self-preserving agendas.I used to fill my blog with bile and white-hot rhetoric, but now I simply enter my now-sober thoughts on the deterioration of our most coveted Western Civilization on the muddy alter of political correctness and cowardice.

I remember 9/11 because in many ways, I was there.

I don’t trust Muslims too much because in many ways, I’ve experienced their petulance and intolerance.

I don’t trust the Left (and Right) because they claim to be Messiahs to a confused, malleable populace too lazy/stupid/afraid to think for themselves.

I am not a DS dittohead. I personally believe that she was getting a bit apoplectic over some “special” (in the Olympian sense) that will soon be forgotten and dismissed by the end of the week (which shouldn’t be a moment too soon). It would suffice to simply dismiss it as fluff and Kumbaya rather than go Medieval. But that’s Debbie, and she’s entitled to her opinion. So be it: it’s not killing me. And if she were to refute me with a postscript, I’d chalk one up for experience. If she were to do this unto you, I suggest that you follow my lead.

But I’d love to ask you this question:

Where were you when 9/11 happened?

I know where I was. I still remember it. I’ll be more than happy to share this with you on my blog.

Next… right back at @ Skunky, NormanF, Ralph Adamo, Miranda Rose Smith, DS, et al…

I remember 9/11 like it was yesterday. It keeps playing in my head everytime a roadside bomb takes out a Canadian convoy in the Panjwaii district and I rush to find out if there were anyone I knew who got hit (I knew a lot of brothers and sisters in Her Majesty’s Canadian Forces, both sober and not).

My father’s family got chased out of Algeria when the “freedom fighters” “liberated” Arzew, Oran province, Algeria. They simply upped and left with their clothes on their backs. Literally. What the Nazis and Vichy French failed to do in WW ver 2.0, the Islamofascists succeeded in a matter of days, if not hours.

As much as I believe in a just society, I abhor bankrupting one group of people to feed a less deserving entity for the sake of “civil rights”, “diversity” or “political correctness”. Even though I’m agnostic, I’d rather live in a X-tian democracy than a corrupt, kleptocratic Islamic prison-state because I know that the former would be more tolerant than the latter. Plus, I would risk getting beheaded under the latter. Provided if I ever were so lucky.

Unlike some posters, I am a real person. You can click on my handle to see my blog, my picture and real name. I’m not afraid to be human and have all these frailties, nor am I afraid if confronted with an obstacle or accusation (actually, I might get a little pissed off, but that’s just me).

So really, the question I really want to ask you is…

Where were you when 9/11 happened?

I’ll tell y’alls later.


The Reverend Jacques on September 7, 2011 at 4:08 am


    I was on my way to work when a co-worker called to tell me that a plane had hit the World Trade Center. After I got to work the second plane hit, and everyone then knew the world was changing in an instant. I was sent home because I was to report to the airport for security duty at 5:00pm for an all night detail there. Until the planes started flying again, that was my detail. The strangest place to be. No planes, no people, no sounds at all in the airport. Eerie (sp?).

    WilliamMunny on September 7, 2011 at 9:20 am

The opposite of dhimmitude is HARBITUDE.

It’s time to develop some.

Crombouke on September 7, 2011 at 4:34 am

A bribe(even four million) would not make me feel any empathy for the parties who had killed my parents. Also, it was not paid by the religion of peace, so it does not even work as blood money. Islam is still guilty and unrepentant.

“To punish the oppressors of humanity is clemency; to forgive them is cruelty.”

Maximilien Robespierre

Worry01 on September 7, 2011 at 5:10 am


This whole 9/11 revisionist history thing on the 10th Anniversary is making me sick. I did not lose anyone on that terrible day; but I am an American, and I was attacked, just like every other American. These dhimmi fools in the media are going to be the death of us if we don’t somehow roll back this tide of ignorance that is sweeping over the culture.

Thank you for doing your part. I love you! You are a great American!!

Rocco Rubino on September 7, 2011 at 7:12 am

I never understood why the 9/11 bereaved were entitled to that bounty, anyway. People die every day, and seldom is it convenient.

I wonder how many New Yorkers died in car accidents on 9/11/2001?

As to the special, Debbie is right to react strongly, but I’m betting that a large number of viewers saw it for what it was. I think it’s all part of our overly forgiving/guilt-laden American culture. But then, by the same token, Obama is likely to be a one-termer.

Red Ryder on September 7, 2011 at 8:44 am

NBC doesn’t just put together a show like this for free. Other than commercial advertisers, who funded this propaganda? And who were the “creative geniouses” behind this garbage, CAIR?

Jarhead on September 7, 2011 at 10:47 am

I was at work on 9-11 but we had a television and I WILL NEVER FORGET the people jumping to their deaths and those towers falling. The world changed that day. I cannot believe we are apathetically allowing the muslims to change our values little by little or elected a President of a Muslim parent. I love all people but have read enough of the Koran to know what we are dealing with and it ain’t pretty…

As to Reverend Jacquest — It makes me sad that you believed but let hypocrites or other things change your beliefs. That tells me that you did not have a real relationship with your creator. We pull from him but he never pulls away from us. Jesus said true religion is taking care of widows and orphans and the greatest commandment is to love your fellow man. It is hard to love those that want to kill us and maybe that is our greatest challenge here. I hope you find a way back to a relationship with your creator, he is a wonderful loving God.

CJ on September 7, 2011 at 10:55 am

Jarhead–There are plenty of deep pockets TV advertisers, who can be sold on just about any “opportunity.”

Remember–nearly all of these decisions are actually made by the agency, who earn a commission on the placement fee. That way, the can agencies get fired, not the client execs. It’s all about the promised eyeballs, not the content.

Think about it.

Is it really worth the hundreds of millions spent by Anheuser-Busch to sponsor football games? How much market share would they lose (and how much would their profits increase) if they backed off a little?

TV advertising is a pathetic joke, but the real payer is the American consumer–in terms of much higher prices.

Given the widespread use of DVRs, who in their right mind would spend a fortune to broadcast commercials that millions fast-forward right through? Only don’t ask the ratings people how that might affect the results.

The US Postal Service is not the only broken model…

Red Ryder on September 7, 2011 at 10:56 am

When 9/11 happened I was around a group of people and was asked who would do this. I spoke up and said bin Laden. It was obvious who would do this and now Liberals and NBC are rewriting history. So now the brainwashed children of 9/11 are lecturing us about what happened.
You are 100% totally correct on how the children feel they are ‘victims’ and we ar to celebrate their so-called ‘strength’. It drives me nuts this whole Culture of Victimization. Yet they wont blame Islam or even call them terrorists.
How many more family victims will they have to loose before they will connect the dots and say it is was Islam?

CaliforniaScreaming on September 7, 2011 at 11:15 am

It is pretty obvious that NBC select just 911 children that would express the biased, left wing viewpoint that they wanted to present. They probably interviewed several hundred 911 children in order to get the ones that would say what NBC wanted and weeded out any that expressed anything negative about Muslims and Islam. I would bet that that the vast majority of the 911 children continue to be angry at Muslims and view them as the terrorists that they are and reject the propaganda that Islam is a religion of peace. But you can be sure the MSM will not give them a voice.

Wally on September 7, 2011 at 11:16 am

To The Reverned Jacques, Debbie Schlussel and all of the readers on this blog:

I remember where I was on that sad day of September 11, 2001, I was living with my family at the time, already graduated from college, unemployed and looking for employment at the time (no I didn’t collect welfare at that time, and heaven forbid if I collected, I would’ve been ashamed and embarrassed of myself). The day prior to the attacks, I was planning on going out and looking for employment on 9/11/01 in New York City (and the other boroughs), but for some strange reason when I woke up that morning, I felt a little lazy and stayed home, and you know what, I’m fortunate that I stayed home that day or I’d would’ve been trapped in Manhattan (New York County) with most of MTA system’s suspended for a few hours.

I was watching the local news that day (remember, I wasn’t into politics at the time) and one of the broadcasters said, “Oh my goodness, did a plane just flew into the WTC? Yes, a plane did fly into the WTC”, and I said to myself, “I think this is an accident”. When the second plane flew into the WTC, the broadcaster from the local news network said, “Oh wow, look at that, another plane just flew into the WTC, this is serious that I thought”, when that second plane flew into the towers, I said to myself, “Hmm, you know what, I don’t think this is an accident, this is something more than an accident, it looks like a terrorist act”! Little did I know and everybody in the country know, it was a terrorist act.

And about a few hours later after we were cowardly attacked by those f**king koran-thumping islamist, all of the news networks showed those f**king islamist in the middle east celebrating that 3000 of our fellow american countrymen/countrywomen where killed! When I saw those human cockroaches in the ME celebrating, I cursing at my television set and almost got a hammer and smashed up the TV set, and my mother and two sisters told me to settled down and relax, I was livid and really pissed off by those islamist celebrating us getting attacked (as you all can tell, I’m a very passionate and emotional person when I get annoyed and angry)! And as Jarhead said in his message, I to believe CAIR has their finger prints all over this propaganda show on NBC over the weekend, and as I said, I am so thankful that I didn’t see that show, I was too busy watching College Football.

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on September 7, 2011 at 12:40 pm

And BTW Debbie, this is why I like you and respect you alot, because you tell it like is and speak your mind like a real “free-thinker”. To hell with those stupid charlatan conservatives (who are far-right shill-hacks) who attack and bash you for knee-jerk reasons, DS, the more those stupid far-right hacks (and also far-left hacks and muslim front groups) bash you and defame you, the more sympathy I have for you! DS, you’re kinda like a “sister figure” to me (yes my two sisters a little younger than, but you’re about a decade older than me Debbie). And I know you’ll continue to keep up the good/great work and NOT cave into and NOT be intimidated by the “clique” cocktail establishment cabal hacks who try to put you down and undermine you. And those who try to put you down and undermine you DS, the more they expose their true colors and where all learning more and more about those charlatan snake-oil-salepeople (from the left, right and muslim front groups)!

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on September 7, 2011 at 12:56 pm

The enemy has control of what goes on the air. They rejected survivors children who would lay blame with Muslims, and selected the ones who would emphatically promote the “Muslims didn’t do 9-11” shpiel.

Knowing many people who are in the television industry, and how corrupted and vile they are, I cannot say I am surprised even ONE bit.

This is obviously an extension of the CHRISLAM movement. They can’t have their one world religion of Chrislam without cheerleaders denying the extremism and terrorism in Islam.

It’s no coincidence you cannot turn on CNN without running into some liberal-schizophrenic wet dream or MSNBC (MSLSD) with Al “Lynch Mob” Sharpton getting air time spewing their evil.

JE on September 7, 2011 at 1:41 pm


The news media is but the tip of the iceberg. If only the public realized what total scum the vast majority of those in the “industry” really are.

Red Ryder on September 7, 2011 at 1:45 pm

Hey, why hate the Muzzies? These kids were made rich when Mommy or Daddy died on 9/11/01,thanks to the Muzzies. When asked what they are going to do the memorialize their parents on the 10th anniversary, they answered, “I’m going to Disneyland!”

Jonathan E. Grant on September 7, 2011 at 1:49 pm


That’s one thing you really can’t blame on the Muslims. It was GWB’s warped reaction that turned a day of mass murder into a giant payout for the few.

As I asked at the time, WHY???

Red Ryder on September 7, 2011 at 1:51 pm

The idea of learning from children represents one of the more obnoxious features of our society; learning from those least able to teach, and the most immature is a sign of anti-intellectualism and irrationality in society.

Who can forget the insufferable Samantha Smith in the 1980s, who ‘taught us’ how wrong it was to be suspicious or hostile towards the Soviet Union (sic)?

And now, the naive, pampered, spoiled, and perhaps blackmailed children of 9/11, who to say the very least, are identifying with the aggressor. Blank minds spposedly unspoiled by all our prejudices (like the strength of the Western tradition), all of which are under attack by the ‘elite’.

And I guess they think that conservatives are less likely to criticize children than they are to criticize adults, and unfortunately, in most cases they are right. Just another sign of the failure of most conservatives.

Little Al on September 7, 2011 at 2:24 pm

The Reverend Jacques, DS, and all other readers here,

On September 11, 2011, I was at work in my city (neither in NYC nor in DC) at 8:30 am and then a little after 9:00 am my co-workers and I heard that the first plane had hit the World Trade Center. Then someone at work turned on the radio to hear what was going on. Then a short time later we heard that the second plane hit. We were all stunned at what was going on. Then we kept the radio on and then reporting the plane hitting the Pentagon, and then the fourth crashing in Pennsylvania. We were also were worried that this would be the beginning of more attacks like this either that day and/or in the near future. We ended up leaving early at around 12:30 pm. I watched TV at home for the rest of the day to see what else would be going on. My co-workers and I took it as a given that Bin-Laden and al-Qaeda did it. A couple of people that I know were in New York City that day, and in addition to watching TV I also emailed one of them, but thank G-d that neither one were in either of the World Trade Centers and that they were fine.

I can now add that thank G-d that Sean R. stayed at home that day and that all other of those readers here at Debbie’s website who lives in New York City and/or were there that day were not in harm’s way as well as those who were and/or are in Washington DC and also that Debbie and all of us here were not on any of those planes that day.

I knew about Bin-Laden and al-Qaeda prior to the 9/11 attacks. For example, I remember a short time before 9/11 I saw on CNN a sneak preview of a show of an Bin-Laden interview and in the preview Bin-Laden said of the Oklahoma City bombing–which until 9/11 was the worst terrorist attack that ever occurred on US soil–I believe he said “whoever did this [OKC terrorist bombing] I salute them.”

JeffE on September 7, 2011 at 10:14 pm


It is not relevant the 60 or so muslims did anything wrong in the legal sense. It is more important that it be understood, the attackers did nothing wrong in bringing about their deaths. At least, according to islam. The muslim may die as a result of an action of war if they are in Dar al Harb ( the house of war) and unable to be forewarned or isolated from injury. They are just martyrs.
It is important to understand that the fruits of islam are violence and terror. It is an unavoidable consequence of the fraudulent muslim belief and the imposter known as mohammed.

Dad on September 7, 2011 at 10:26 pm

Mes amis:

All I can say is that when I saw the video of the Twin Towers getting hit, then collapsing along with several of my shipmates back in 9/11/2001, we were all thinking to ourselves, “Are we at war?”

Sadly, the rest is history. And we might wind up repeating it.

The Reverend Jacques on September 8, 2011 at 2:49 pm

Maybe the children of 911 do not blame the Muslims because their mothers do not and maybe the widows of 911 do not blame the Muslims because they know some things we don’t. hmmmm.

Sam on September 11, 2011 at 5:28 pm

People say that 9-11 has affected the nation but the families of those killed at the WTC, at the Pentagon, and in a field in Pennsylvania are the ones whose lives will really never be the same. Every day a child loses a parent. But on the anniversary of the death, they do not have to watch the horror of that death replayed ad nauseum in the media. Each person handles death differently but the children of 9-11 have no chance to heal because every year the scars are viciously reopened. We should never forget the attack on America on that day but to critize how a person handles grief is ludicris. Only if you are someone who has gone through the same experience can you fully understand the true tragedy of that day. Debbie – are you jealous because you didn’t get any financial gain when your parents died? I think you are the one who is the idiot.

Anne M on September 13, 2011 at 1:09 am

    As a child of someone who lost her father on 9/11 I sincerely appreciate this response. Thank you for your compassionate and sincereness.

    Annoynoms on March 15, 2015 at 9:55 pm

Ralph Adamo to Ralph Adamo

“If the Nazis had designed their brand of fascism as a “religion,” you’d be calling those who attack Nazis as Naziphobic, in the same way you undoubtedly refer to those who attack Muslims as Islamophopic”

Um, the Nazis DID try to brand their brand of fascism as a religion. It was called the Reichs Church and an Aryan religion of the Aryan superman that thought Christianity was a Jewish religion. You should look it some time. They did try to brand their form of Fascism as religion of the Fuhrer. At least that was their propaganda campaign to convince people that Hitler was a God or something.

True story. You should look it up sometime.

Justin on December 6, 2011 at 2:29 pm

    Whichever RA this RA is replying to, it is not me, Ralph Adamo in New Orleans, as I did not participate in this exchange.

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This post is insulting. My father was a fireman who passed away on September 11th.. I went through A LOT of issues because of it. It’s hard when you are CONSTANTLY treated by a victim throughout your life, you start to believe you are one. My dad was my entire life and I would give up every dollar to have him back. Also, I have dedicated my life to helping people with mental health issues. I feel my purpose is to help others, just as my father did. I never compare my pain to others. Anyone who has been through a traumatic event or lost someone has pain, just as the children of 9/11 victims do. Don’t generalize us, or call us spoiled. You are an uncompassionate person who chooses to stereotype a group of people. Show respect for our parents who risked their lives to save others and left our lives forever. By the way- I have no idea what you are talking about when you say $4 million dollars, I assuming you made up that amount in your head…

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