Americans are better at everything

Thursday, 11 September 2003

I’ve got another one of those obscene points to make. Turned off the brain or you would’ve noticed already. Accept whatever you hear or you would be considering it without being told.

Last year, today, I told you to let it go. I wasn’t explicit enough. I’ll be your perspective you myopic bastard.

April 19th, 1995, with a year of planning, little money, and less help, Timothy McVeigh killed 168 people—men, women, and a daycare center of children—in misguided response to the deaths of 25 children and 50 adults at Waco, TX at the hands of the incompetent and brutish FBI and ATF on the same day in 1993. McVeigh was wrong to do it and he paid with his life. The government agencies were wrong to do what they did; none of them personally paid anything worth mentioning. You already know what they ended up making the capital of OK pay.

In 2001, on this same day, 19 useless wastes of human tissue, mostly Saudis—with lots of help, years of planning, and the cash resources of one of the richest families in the world—killed right around 3,000 people in New York, Pennsylvania, and Washington, DC.

Foreign nationals
3,000 / 19 = 158
American
168 / 1 = 168
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