The terrorist attack of September 11 2001 destroyed lives and changed lives. It is impossible to be [at Ground Zero, New York] without feeling an immense emotional connection to the victims, their families and to this city and this country.
So much savage grief and injustice meted out in a single day by an act of unspeakable and incomprehensible evil: unspeakable because of its barbarity; incomprehensible because it was carried out in the name of religious faith.
We have spent the years since then trying to make sense of it and to combat those who share the worldview which led to it.
No one asked you Tony.