By Jerry Alatalo
tating the “28 Pages” classified by the George W. Bush administration after September 11, 2001 for reasons of “national security” are “the tip of the iceberg” as to what actually occurred on 9/11, Terry Strada, whose husband perished that historic day, is still pushing – and waiting – for President Barack Obama to declassify the information. Her cause, joined by the many other surviving family members and an increasing number of people in America and around the Earth, is absolutely clear, legitimate and morally correct.
While it has become incontrovertible over the nearly 15 years since the massively consequential events of that day to men and women who’ve only modestly researched the story that there are serious unanswered questions remaining unresolved, one has to feel a special empathy for the family of those who perished. It’s hard to imagine the extreme levels of personal frustration, psychological and spiritual distress they’ve experienced over many years knowing their government has ignored their real concerns, and continues in a coverup of profound historic proportions.
Those aware of the persistent global problems associated with the ongoing 9/11 coverup understand how important it is the “28 Pages” become declassified, and share the same frustrations, disappointments and disillusionment as the surviving family members as each day passes, while the vital facts remain concealed. Speaking of concealed, it’s reasonable to assert that failure to release the information is one of the most severe acts of criminal concealment of evidence the world has ever seen.
Terry Strada is deserving of great respect and admiration for her courage and determination while engaged in the long fight to find the truth – to find out who was behind the murder of her husband and over three thousand other innocent men and women. Considering the analogy of the Titanic, the fate of that “unsinkable” giant of a ship would have been different had one of the passengers or crew seen the iceberg in time for the ship’s Captain to respond, change course and avoid catastrophe.
Terry Strada, her fellow group of 9/11 family survivors, elected representatives of the United States Congress and all others calling for the release of the “28 Pages” are warning of a far greater, exponentially more serious, deadly danger than the iceberg which sunk the Titanic. Hundreds perished in the Titanic disaster. 9/11 has resulted in the deaths – the mass murder – of over one million innocent men, women and children. The war criminals responsible for September 11, 2001 are still murdering innocents today.
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