Update on the Flight 93 Memorial
(This posting stuck toward the top through August 14, 2006. Scroll down for other postings by Always On Watch)
A few days ago, Alec Rawls, the author or Error Theory, sent me an email. Excerpt:
"The Memorial Project is finally accepting public comment on its barely modified Crescent of Embrace design for the Flight 93 memorial. I have posted links and a primer on some of the Islamic and jihadist features that remain fully intact in this design. (It is actually a mosque.)"The following is from the July 10, 2006 posting at Error Theory:
"The Flight 93 Memorial Project has opened up a comment period (through August 14th) on whether it should proceed with its plan to build a slightly modified version of the original Crescent of Embrace design, or start over by adopting a 'No Action alternative.'Read the rest here.
"Starting over is imperative because the Crescent design was, and still is, a plan to build the world’s largest mosque...."
If you find Mr. Rawls's analysis worthy, email your objections to the Flight 93 Memorial Project. Here is a model to use for composing an email.
Mr. Rawls also points out the following:
"People might also want to send their comments to Memorial Project Chairman John Reynolds (email@example.com) and to Superintendent Hanley's boss Mary Bomar (firstname.lastname@example.org). The Project has a history of ignoring information and criticism. CCing comments to the Project's overseers could help."I have already fired off my three emails.