Thirteen years ago, the world watched in horror, as one of the most famous landmarks in New York City disappear into the world of darkness with nearly 2,000 live that were never again to be seen, including 343 fire fighters of the Fire Department New York (FDNY).
Today, we mark the thirteen year anniversary of that infamous infamous day, that brought America into war with terrorists, whom have gained momentum and brutality and dangerous agenda’s to innocent men, women and children, including the beheadings of two innocent American Journalist’s who had nothing to do with the war, but with their reporting of covering war and the fight against terrorists.
America stands strong since that day, but wishes they had never happened and the world has become a hostile place compared to how the world lived before the attacks shocked the world.
We shall never forget the memories of those who tried to save others so they can live their lives as we do today with their families, friends and co-workers and more. “We shall never forget,” is has powerful as it was back in September 11th, 2001, as it is today in 2014.