And Then There Was Lights

9/11. A day of darkness, chaos, anger, and death. A day the world stood still in disbelief as acts of horror took the lives of thousands of people. The proud, brave and strong United against the voices of Evil that rejoiced in our pain. And from the ashes of that black, smokey pit of death and sorrow came the sounds of pounding steel raising with determination to let Freedom be our song of redemption and healing. We are the Land of the free and the home of the brave. ” I Will Never Forget.”

In this June 28, 2006 artist’s rendering made by dbox inc. and released by the architecture firm of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the latest design of the 1,776-foot building originally called the “Freedom Tower” is shown. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which owns the site, confirmed Thursday, March 26, 2009 that the official title for the building is “One World Trade Center” and the building will be marketed under that name.

5 thoughts on “And Then There Was Lights

  1. We can expect more attacks esp that Taliban has a whole country as a base and Biden’s open border with Mexico has thousands of unvetted people pouring in. Afghanistan produces 70% of world’s opium (heroin) so they’ll have plenty of money and no internal divisions claiming production farmland for poppy planting.

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      • Oh yeah. We have a war on drugs at home. Been in Afghanistan 20 years and heroin has become cheaper, of higher quality and in greater amounts on the streets here in the USA. Something’s wrong with this picture, eh ? Meth, fentenyl and heroin are pouring in from China through Mexico and into the USA at the southern border. The drug cartel “soldiers” are imigrating with the crowds and setting up expand networks and recruiting members right here at home. We are losing the war on drugs with growing casualties each month.


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