Almost every person in the USA who hears the numbers 9/11 remembers saying or hearing the phrase “Never forget.”
Yet hundreds of heroes and ordinary civilians who served our nation after 9/11 and who lived near ground zero are now permanently disabled or unable to work because they now suffer from severe chemical intolerances and other Neuroimmune conditions like Myalgic Encephalomyelitis.
Allison Johnson reported that “many First Responders, cleanup workers, and Lower Manhattan residents developed severe chemical sensitivity and intolerance to chemicals following their exposure to the toxic smoke and dust of the WTC attack.”
These are the people no one hears about, yet they are here—their lives and sacrifices buried beneath the rubble.
Below is a “must watch” documentary for everyone, especially Americans, as this is a story about 9/11 that has never been told.
In addition to the tragic loss of life, the harrowing tales of survival, and the beautiful and miraculous rescue attempts, a dark and untold story emerges—a story of the forgotten ones.
The forgotten ones of 9/11.
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