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Heroes Of 9/11

Copyright © 2011, 2017 Timothy S. Klugh. All Rights Reserved.

Of course there were heroes that day and God bless them all, especially the first responders, and of course, the Boatlifters.

All the first responders deserve the title of hero. All of those who jumped in to help immediately, and those who came to help after the EPA and the White House deemed the dust was safe to breathe, are all heroes.

They were the heroes of 9/11 and those first responders were admirably recognized at the 10th Anniversary of 9/11 ceremony. Wait a minute... The first responders (fire fighters, police, emergency workers, volunteers, etc.) were not invited to the 10th Anniversary of 9/11 ceremony. Well, that is probably because some of them are dead, or have cancer, or asbestos-related illnesses as a result of that toxic dust which was found to have contained asbestos, lead, calcium carbonate, cement, gypsum, glass fibers, titanium, and benzene. Wait a minute... I thought the dust was deemed safe? Was the EPA guilty of misinformation? Yes, but the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals justified the EPA's decision to give misinformation.

As soon as the first responders are given justice for the willful poisoning of their health… until the widows and widowers of 9/11 are satisfied with the results of their queries about 9/11… as long as the U.S. Government hides the wreckage of Flight 93… as soon as the U.S. Government explains why they are refusing to release any footage of the Pentagon being hit… as soon as we know why World Trade Center buildings 1, 2 and 7 fell in a way that throws physics out the window… while the questions pertaining to 9/11 remain unanswered as our country is moving into a police state… I will never stop bringing to people's attention the corruption that killed thousands of lives on September 11, 2001.

Written on 09/28/2011
Revised on 05/30/2017

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