Obama, Bush, Bloomberg to Bar 9/11 First Responders From Ground Zero On the 10th Anniversary

By World911Truth.org

Nearly 1,020 first responders have lost their lives in the last 10 years due to health problems caused by the air quality at Ground Zero.

Many more are still suffering from health problems, while still battling with the U.S. Government for proper health coverage. The first responders who lost their lives on 9/11 add to the victims total of that tragic day. Not only should we honor them for their service and courage — after all, they were the ones who stood up when we were all in shock — but they should be at the center stage of the upcoming official ceremony in New York City.

When debris rained from the sky in lower Manhattan on September 11, 2001, the first responders to the 9/11 attack did not turn away. They rushed to the World Trade Center buildings while the world around them crumbled. Yet now, after all the wreckage has been cleared and the rebuilding has begun, their path is again blocked by space constraints and politics. In addition to the victims’ families, several politicians, including two presidents, are expected to be in attendance.

Politicians More Important Than 9/11 First Responders

Politicians have barred these brave men and women from the official ceremony site this year. The first responders are not invited to this year’s September 11 memorial ceremony at ground zero, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s office confirmed in August.

This is a painful insult and we should all be outraged.

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