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Are 9/11 Crash Towers for South Korea Offensive?: Open Post

I suggest we start by discussing the proposed twin towers in South Korea that so closely resemble the World¬† Trade Center Twin Towers in the midst of their Jihad-caused destruction. What’s your reaction: Good; Bad; or Indifferent? Should anything be done? Also, are these towers setting themselves up to be the next terrorist targets?

Here is a photo (from Weekly World Standard)

Note that while the architects have apologized in English, claiming the resemblance was unintentional and they never saw it themselves, they have admitted in Dutch that the resemblance was part of the design team’s internal conversation during the engineering and architectural process.

 

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  1. Foreign countries have skewed views of America and little understanding of us, that is until we’re needed to save them.

    I concur with your thought that they’re setting themselves up for someone doing a repeat.

  2. Personally I don’t have a problem with this, although I could certainly agree with anybody who says it’s in poor taste.
    As for it being a target, I doubt it. If anything the Jihadis might see it as a monument to their ‘victory’.

  3. Anyone who claims that was unintentional is a liar. That is so obviously a mock-up of the towers.

    I do not understand this obsession we seem to have developed (not just the SoKos, but the US) to put up monuments when someone murders a bunch of people. Why would we memorialize a defeat? They won the battle. We won the war. Let’s put a gold plated drone with a hellfire missile going up the @$$ of a terrorist right there where they are building a monument to the WTC.

    Same think in OKC. If we have to memorialize it somehow, let’s put a really nice statue of McVeigh in an electric chair on a courthouse somewhere. Not a monument at the site of his success.

  1. Foreign countries have skewed views of America and little understanding of us, that is until we’re needed to save them.

    I concur with your thought that they’re setting themselves up for someone doing a repeat.

  2. Personally I don’t have a problem with this, although I could certainly agree with anybody who says it’s in poor taste.
    As for it being a target, I doubt it. If anything the Jihadis might see it as a monument to their ‘victory’.

  3. Anyone who claims that was unintentional is a liar. That is so obviously a mock-up of the towers.

    I do not understand this obsession we seem to have developed (not just the SoKos, but the US) to put up monuments when someone murders a bunch of people. Why would we memorialize a defeat? They won the battle. We won the war. Let’s put a gold plated drone with a hellfire missile going up the @$$ of a terrorist right there where they are building a monument to the WTC.

    Same think in OKC. If we have to memorialize it somehow, let’s put a really nice statue of McVeigh in an electric chair on a courthouse somewhere. Not a monument at the site of his success.

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