I went to see "Flight 93" last night, and not only is the time appropriate for such a film, but I think everybody ought to have to see it. It should be mandatory.
It's not an easy movie, and it's certainly not fun. But it's a necessary reminder of the true enemy, despite our president's weak-kneed assertions that Islam is really a "religion of peace" while fighting a supposed "war on terror" in which he evidently cannot identify the opposition.
Islam is the demonic religion of a violent people, and the few exceptions merely prove the rule. "Flight 93" powerfully brings home the reality of the evil lurking in the hearts of terrorists. In an age when so many pillow-biters and pantywaists regularly claim that "one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter," America needs to see the dramatized images of cowardly adherents of an evil religion with a satanic god and a vile "prophet" partaking in their (quite typical) animalistic orgy of violence. It's a scene played out by the practicioners of the "religion of peace" every day in various parts of the world.
Some have carped that it's "too early" for this film to be released. If it wasn't "too early" for Michael Moore to release "Fahrenheit 9-11," then this movie is on the late side, if anything. The American media has committed a virtual crime by intentionally burying the graphic footage of what happened on that Septemeber day. The American people need the reminder provided by the images of those planes hitting the Twin Towers, and they need it regularly. "Flight 93" helps provide it.
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