says Michael Moore's bizarre rant about white "scaredy cats" on the 9-11 jets
is evidence of a psychological disorder.
Nah, it's just plain stupidity. Moore was trying to be humorous, suggesting some homies from the hood would not have sat still for the hijackers. Did he seriously believe his rant? I doubt it. This was just a dirtbag leftwinger's lame idea of topical humor. But if Moore did believe his riff, it just shows what a shallow and stupid person he is.
A. The passengers on board the first three flights had no idea that the hijackers were on kamikaze missions. All three of the flights were hijacked roughly simultaneously.
B. The few accounts of these hijackings, received by cell phone from passengers or flight attendants, indicate that the hijackers on each flight demonstrated their intentions by killing at least one person and holding others at knifepoint. The sight of someone lying dead with his or her throat cut had the desired effect of shocking the other passengers and convincing them of the bloodthirsty determination of the hijackers. Also, I believe I read that the hijackers also (falsely) told the passengers that they had bombs. So the hijackers had some important advantages.
C. For two decades or more, Americans have been told that non-resistance is the best response to crime. Michael Moore, I believe, would endorse that advice. Congratulations, Mike: The passengers on three of the 9-11 flights were non-violent in their reaction to the hijackings.
D. On Flight 93, the only 9-11 where the passengers had timely warning of the suicidal intent of the hijackers, the "scaredy cat" white boys -- including Todd "Let's Roll" Beamer -- fought back and succeeded in preventing the jihadis from accomplishing whatever mission they were following.
To reach Michael Moore's idiotic conclusion about the 9-11 passengers, you'd have to be .... a Stupid White Man.