Lee Ielpi, jackass

 Here's a real freak show.  I can only get a link from CSPAN of the best segment. The available video on youtube is mild stuff. http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/Artifa



I watched this on CSPAN in utter amazement, disgust and morbid fascination.  Lee Ielpi  asked the audience "why is there no curriculum in American schools to teach what happened on 9/11? I'll tell you why, it's because we are not suppose to offend the Muslims." (the audience groans in indignation) He goes into a bloody rampage on "Muslim terrorists."
It was like watching freak Rudy Giuliani's twin brother. Why is this retired Elite Special Operations of the NYC Fire Dept. on such a Muslim rampage?  His overdone passion is a red flag.  He lost his son and I don't begrudge him that. But I don't see his regrets about the Arab, Afghan and Pakistani holocaust that has followed thanks to hate freaks like him.

 I find him here in this article titled: 9/11 Father: 'I Don't Understand All of This Hate': here is an excerpt:
Nine years later, he has no time for the rhetoric of a small Florida pastor who said he would burn copies of the "evil" Quran, Islam's holy book, on the ninth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The pastor, Terry Jones, announced Thursday afternoon that he was calling off the plans but later said he might reconsider the cancellation.
Retired New York City firefighter Lee Ielpi World Trade Center 911
Mark Lennihan, AP
Retired New York City firefighter Lee Ielpi, seen here in December 2001 at the site of the World Trade Center in New York, volunteered in the recovery effort and helped carry his son Jonathan's remains from the site.


"I don't understand all of this hate," Ielpi, 66, told AOL News. "I'm not sure where these things come from. What's it going to do except promote hate?"

Gomer, can you make up your mind?

I never make mention of 9/11/2001 without including the WTC bombing of 1993. WTC one and two.


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