|9/11 Ceremony in L.A. omits reference to who is at war with America & why|
Using the annual Los Angeles, Sept. 11th civic ceremony as an example, what are the lessons which 9/11-like terror anniversary events ought be teaching the public about the Islamist revolution fighting to control and dominate the life on non-Muslims? After a dozen years since the Islamist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, ought civic commemorations be merely mourning our losses, or steeling free-people's understanding and resolve to overcome the revolutionary movement working to control free-societies?
Features former Muslim, Islamism educator Nonie Darwish, author of "Now they call ME infidel."
Beyond 9/11: Islamophobia taboo imperils next-gen America to Islamist takeover
A dozen years after 2001, the 8th grader who sings the national anthem at the September 11th Attack commemoration ceremony in Beverly Hills is asked some basic questions about the 9/11 attacks and consequent war- with surprising answers.
9/11: Miss Teen USA models schools' failure to prepare youth to protect freedom
Miss Teen USA contestant from Beverly Hills in 2013, Savanah Palacio, an articulate, Pasadena, California high-school senior, explains what high-school has taught her about the identity and intentions of the 9//11 jihad attackers, and America's defense against jihadism, and how to protect freedom from totalitarian Islamism.