911 Family Members Excluded from Official Tenth Anniversary 911 Ceremonies
Today, one 911 mom, who lost her son, said to me of our 911 Freedom Rally, "I am looking forward to the rally. It is a place we can be free to really remember the who, why, when and where of 9-11. The morning ceremony is devoid of any meaning."
The NY Post is reporting that many 911 family members have not been invited to the official ceremonies of 911. This is just monstrous. First it was clergy, then 911 first responders who were excluded from the official ceremonies — now it’s the victims’ families.
Mayor Gloomberg not only lost his heart, but he lost his marbles.
All 911 family members, first responders and clergy are welcome at the AFDI/SIOA 911 Freedom Rally at Ground Zero on September 11th.
The "official" ceremonies are anything but that. They do not represent the reality of the war or the will of the American people. Members of various clergy will make the invocation of the AFDI/SIOA 911 Freedom Rally at West Broadway and Park Place at Ground Zero at 3:00 pm on September 11th. Speaking will be 911 family members, including Rosaleen Tallon, sister of hero firefighter and reservist in the United States Marine Corps, Sean Tallon, 9/11 attacks; Sally Regenhard, mother of hero firefighter Christian Regenhard, killed in the 911 attacks (Regenhard is an American activist who has become one of the leading voices for the families of the victims of the September);
What’s up with Bloomberg? He is banning the clergy, 9/11 first responders and some of the 9/11 families. But there’s plenty of room for politicians. Bloomberg’s ceremony will be more of a political ceremony, or should I say politically-correct ceremony.
It looks like Bloomberg’s "official" ceremony will now be meaningless, and the REAL remembrance will be the Freedom Rally.