Eighteen years ago today, America was attacked by degenerates. 2605 US citizens died. There were 372 non-US victims, including 67 from the UK, 47 from the Dominican Republic and 41 from India.
The response was robust but not perfect. The war against terror has not stopped, the threat remains severe and American and British servicemen are still in Afghanistan.
But at least the revulsion at these attacks was and is clear. Although human nature being what it is, there was actually an uplift in western citizens choosing to join the religion (actually a fascist ideology) that inspired these attacks.
Another closely related fascist ideology has been allowed to thrive since then and has not been punished. Unless you count the utterly feeble sanctions, which I don’t.
It has murdered this century more innocent Christians than the combined efforts of AQ/isis and has got clean away with it with only very muted condemnation. Support for this nazi regime has actually increased rather than diminished and its victims are regarded with indifference or even contempt.
This is partly because of the army of western shills in politics and journalism who have worked so diligently on its behalf, acting as an extension of its war effort and strengthening its propaganda output.
Global sympathy for the victims of 9/11 is matched only by its almost total indifference to the victims in Ukraine and Georgia.