Father Wants ‘Murdered by Muslim Terrorists’ on Son’s Memorial

Peter Gadiel’s son James was killed when Muslim murderers crashed a plane into the North Tower of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. In memory of that horrible day, James’ hometown of Kent, Connecticut wants to erect a plaque memorializing James’ death but there has come a snag to the city’s plans: James’ father, Peter.

Peter Gadiel wants a specific line added to the plaque making the city fathers squeamish. He wants the plaque to say, “murdered by Muslim terrorists.”

Town officials have been scandalized by this all too trenchant line that Peter wants added to the memorial to his son. Kent’s city officials are playing the can’t-we-all-get-along game.

“We perceive ourselves as a very warm, loving town,” said Ruth Epstein, a Kent selectman and one of two town leaders to vote the plaque down. “To disparage any one ethnic group is just against everything that we stand for here.”

Idiots. I’ll bet if you asked all the three thousand Americans murdered by those Muslim terrorists that dark September 11th day they each would have said that they felt that they all lived in “very warm and loving” towns.

Guess what you idiots at the Kent City Hall? These Muslim murderers don’t care a whit about your “warm and loving” town! They would have no qualms whatsoever about bombing you warmly into oblivion.

Gadiel, for his part, is sad that people are too easily forgetting about our murdering Muslim enemies.

“It isn’t just overlooked, it’s suppressed,” Gadiel said. “It’s simply wrong to imply that people just died. The buildings didn’t just collapse, they didn’t just fall down – they were attacked by people with a specific identity, a specific purpose.”

Exactly right.

The town of Kent should dump it’s warm and fuzzy rose-colored glasses and see the world as it truly is. Add the line tat father Peter wants to the memorial.


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