Skip to comments.TOWER OF HATE: Racist and sexist slur-filled graffiti covers inside of new WTC
Posted on 01/28/2013 5:05:17 PM PST by SMGFan
EXCLUSIVE: The soaring symbol of American resilience now bears the markings of lowlifes. The graffiti looms over the 16-acre site in lower Manhattan where more than 2,800 people of all colors and creeds died victims of an attack directed at the heart of American ideals.
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It was obviously done by evil right wingers. There are racial slurs against Obama, so that seals it.
I wonder if the “Lame” message shown in the photo was to
Blank blank looks like eggplant.
Sorry that just cracked me up.
Some things should never rise again. This building has risen in a city that has no freedom, yet the building sports the name “freedom tower”.
NYC is a cesspool of the worst slime has to offer.
A) You can find the exact same entry level blue collar scrawlings in 90% of the construction site port-O-johns in the US.
B) The quantity and tone of those scrawlings is inversly proportional to the quality and professionalism of the site supervisory and proiject management staff...
They should have left most of the steel there
as a monument with two of the worlds biggest
search lights pointed sky ward as an eternal
reminder of what happened there.
Although I suppose we could build it in Mecca...
I must say that I’m pretty much against graffiti, but I think I should qualify that. Of course, I can easily imagine that some things I did in my teenage years could be viewed as graffiti, but I tend to think not.
We used to paint a rock that was halfway between our town and the town next to us, but Well, I was going to talk about that for a little bit, but this thread really isn’t a time or the place. Too serious Maybe I’ll go start a new thread on that type of thing.
“Sexist?” I doubt that’s the main source of hysteria in the political/regulator oligarchs. Fear of “sexism” is only one of their symptoms.
Oh boo fricken hoo...
New York is known for it’s graffitti.
New York, New York, what a wonderful town.
Just like all the “hate” crimes committed against helpless minority “victims” in colleges and the such, we’re going to find out that most of this was done by the so-called helpless minority “victims” themselves.
White envy and raging anti white derangement syndrome fuels most of these pathetic outbursts.
I especially like the deliberate misspelling.
America is 0bama’s WTC bathroom. Just another kid raised by a single feminist mother who could “do it all”. Throw in a transgender cross-dressing nanny for good measure.
“The words of the prophets are written on the subway walls”?
Soon it won’t make a difference, will it?
Hey, Cuomo.. ARE YOU "RACIALLY INSENSITIVE"?
This is obviously the first time the author has seen construction site graffiti. Nothing new.
On the website there is a picture of obozo signing a “white steal beam” that will go up to the 102nd floor ... (!)
Oh no, the French are offended at the language construction workers use.
This is construction “graffiti”. I think I've seen it on just about every job site. Usually in areas that will be covered or painted over anyway. The most “colorful” messages can be found in places where they know pansies wont go.
Yea, it's hateful and racist but it's big dudes busting each other’s balls. It's just meant to be jokes between the guys out there to break the monotony and reduce the stress of a dangerous job.
Now some idiot brought them to the press and I'll bet Bloomturd will be all over this...
was it in Arabic?
“Although I suppose we could build it in Mecca...”
But it would take space from the BBQ stand after mecca gets glassed.
5 But the Lord came down to see the city and the tower the people were building. 6 The Lord said, If as one people speaking the same language they have begun to do this, then nothing they plan to do will be impossible for them. 7 Come, let us go down and confuse their language so they will not understand each other.
8 So the Lord scattered them from there over all the earth, and they stopped building the city. 9 That is why it was called Babel[c]because there the Lord confused the language of the whole world. From there the Lord scattered them over the face of the whole earth...
Some people have way too much time on their hands, and the national emotional IQ must have fallen to sub-juvenile levels.
As soon as I was no longer a child, I set aside childish things.
"Sticks and stones may break my bones, but..." is a rhyme intended for children who are immature mentally, emotionally as well as physically, and need a means to control their immature tendency to have hissy fits and get physical when called names. Presumably, adults need no such crutch.
I am embarrassed to be the target of such a puerile extended written whine.
It is despairing that such garbage is deemed journalism in an adult world.
I make this declaration without the need to state my age, sex, sexual orientation, political orientation and national origin.
The s*********s have their own tower in Mecca, much taller. No reports about graffiti problems there, but then, they don't have a Bill of Rights.
For all you Indian chefs:
This is a tee-pee for you to pee-pee,
not a wig-wam to beat your tom-tom.
When I was on the USS JFK in the Seventies, I remember a stall that had the initials B.O.C. (stood for Blue Oyster Cult) written on the door. It was there for a while, then I remember going in one day and someone had altered it like this:
It said "Brothers of Communism"...that struck me as nothing odd, and it was on the door for about a week (had to look at it every time I closed that door) then the next thing I know, all the departments on the ship had to have a discussion with the crew about the hazards of getting involved with that kind of political system, etc.
I thought it was hilarious...I'm sure some dumb nuts sitting on the can just wrote that up there and thought he was being clever, and next thing we know, our officers had to act as political commissars in the US Navy!
Probably a lot of one armed grafiti artists over
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