posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 04:33 AM
I can understand to a degree , that some families required financial aid after 9/11. Bread winners, sometimes both in a family unit, being lost in
such an event would create an unacceptable hole in any families budget.
However, the trade centers being the financial hubs that they were, one must also assume that a great many affluent individuals, with personal wealth
in the millions must have also been taken from the roll call of the living, and added to the rosters of the dead on that day.
That the families of the more affluent have not been more vocal in calling not for monies, but for information in a very public, and obvious manner,
is somewhat odd. I accept of course, that many people consider compensation as a matter of urgency because theres nothing like a double whammy hit, of
loss of life, followed by loss of earnings to destroy a family , or an individuals psyche.
But still there must be families who were affected by the events of 9/11 who have the financial clout to ignore that element of thier loss, and call
for total access to data pertaining to the financial backing of the terror attack that bought them low.
The fact is that these questions should have been asked a lot earlier. That said, time does not heal all wounds , and I suppose its fair to say that
ten years passing might have done something to turn the pain felt by hundreds of thousands of people, into rage, and determination. However, that it
takes the families of those lost, to make these representations is utterly awful.
This information should already have been demanded, levered, FORCED out of the government by now, by persons outside the situation who could see the
importance of exposing that information, and the importance it would hold later, for those who lost loved ones in the attack.
I hope that the wishes of the mourning horde of those who have lost mothers, fathers, children and relatives of every stripe, are listened to and
fulfilled with all due haste and completeness. For the outcome to be any other way, would be an outrage of unheard of proportions.