It has been 13 years since that fateful day where freedom has been attacked, at least according to the former U.S. President George W. Bush. A lot of people died from the Twin Towers, and the planes that crashed on it. From The Pentagon and the plane that crashed on it. And from another plane that crashed in Pennsylvania, in which according to a movie is supposed to crash in The White House.
How far have we gone through since that fateful day. Did that day bring us good or bad? More peace, or more war? Less terror or more terror?
Its a very sad thing that day have happened. But the most sad thing is there is a possibility that America inflicted itself this wound, I don't wanna go to details it is on Google, or ask Bill Maher, he talk about this thing that make him lost his show, Politically Incorrect.
Another injury of this fateful day is Saddam Hussein, and Iraq. His only sin is, he invaded Kuwait 10 or 12 years ago, and he is accused of imaginary Weapons of Mass Destruction(WMD's). It has cost him his life, and the destablization of Iraq. Now it is the stronghold of the extremist group called IS(Islamic State).
Bush said, when he gave the ultimatum, freedom has been attacked, it did really attacked freedom, US became more stricter than usual. Freedom of religion has also been attacked, particularly Islam, which has nothing to do with the attacks, suffers prejudice, hate, and fear from other people.
Then Obama came to office in 2009, 2011 the believed perpetrator of the 911 attacks, Osama Bin Laden was killed by US Navy Seals in Pakistan. Or that is what they say, because there is no physical evidence. They have also denied the photos that surface at the time was Bin Laden dead body. And also the timing of he being killed was a year way from Obama's re-election. And Obama won that election. After that we thought that Al Qaeda is done and finish, but is not. It has only made Islamic Extremism more mainstream than before. Now America has a new problem called IS which threaten the peace we have today.
Hope the war and the terror finally stops that start during that fateful day, so that we may have peace. That's all.