‘Nobody got out of there unscathed’: Thousands continue to suffer from 9/11-related illnesses 14 years after terrorist attack


“Nobody that was down there got spared. If you didn’t get cancer, you have breathing trouble, or you have blood trouble or sinus troubles. Nobody got out of there unscathed”

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  1. FROM THE ARTICLE: “Lawmakers initially capped spending for the World Trade Center Health Program at $1.556 billion and limited the program to five years over cost worries. There now is bipartisan support for extending the programs, although some lawmakers believe the proposal should include spending cuts to offset costs.”

    Offset costs? There it is again: the lie that here is “no money” to care for dying WTC workers. (But there is infinite money for wars, weapons, and Wall Street bailouts.)

    As we all know, the World Trade Center buildings were constructed with asbestos. The removal of asbestos is expensive. Therefore the three buildings were brought down via controlled demolition, which pulverized 2,000 tons of asbestos into ultra-fine particles that 410,000 people breathed in, along with many other toxins.

    Exposure to asbestos can cause life-threatening illnesses such as mesothelioma and asbestosis. These diseases normally take between 20 and 50 years to display symptoms, but with the WTC, asbestos was combined with many other toxic materials. Therefore people are already dying. It was a gift from Bush and Mossad to the people who searched the rubble for bodies and survivors.

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