Senior Lib Dems mark 9/11 anniversary

Senior Lib Dems have been reflecting on 9/11 and its aftermath:

 

https://twitter.com/agcolehamilton/status/1436665419004321806?s=20

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5 Comments

  • Lorenzo Cherin 11th Sep '21 - 11:50pm

    Caron and colleagues thank you for fine treatment of this memorable but sad anniversary.

  • Whilst I agree that certain events should not be forgotten, one might consider that repeated showing of the collisions and fall of the twin towers, the photograph of the falling man and other images of terrorist events or plain natural disasters can trigger and re-trigger some desperately sad times for people involved in the events, I mean how many articles did this site need to have to show respect?

  • Anyone else think Mr Coleman’s cartoon is just…..not appropriate??

  • Oops I mean Mr Cole – Hamilton of course, either way the associated image with his tweet is rather crass.

  • Steve Trevethan 12th Sep '21 - 9:41am

    Might we also spare some thoughts for the military and the some 800,000 civilians killed in the subsequent conflicts?
    https://watson.brown.edu/events/2021/20-years-later-true-costs-our-post-911-wars

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