how indymedia remembers 9/11
While I sit here collecting heartbreaking stories about that day, reading very personal and very bittersweet details of the emotions that people went through on 9/11/01 and the resulting affect it had on their lives in the two years after, there are people with bitter hearts and depraved minds making efforts to remember the day as the day that Bush=Hitler became the mantra of the far left.
I used to pity some of the people on Indymedia. I used to laugh at some of them. Since last month, I've been feeling this outright disgust bordering on hatred for all the denizens of that sewer of the internet.
Never let anyone tell you that it's not all the people at Indymedia who feel that way - people don't hang out there and post there and take part in their activities (activism, if you will) if they don't fall for the whole ideology.
This is the picture, just in case it disappears. Remember, even though posts of this kind are taken down from time to time, it's not because the editors are horrified at the thoughts of the posters. It's because they don't want people like me making posts like this, making public what the collective cretins of Indymedia really are.
[Nevermind about the picture, I don't have Photoshop here and can't optimize it. If anyone would like to do that for me, I would appreciate it. As it is now, the photo is 1.04MB and that's just huge].
UPDATE: Thanks to Stacy, the picture can be seen here, in the even of its removal from Indymedia.