September 11, 2021: 20 Years After, September 11, 2001!

SEPTEMBER 11, 2001

In 1993, we should have woken up then but didn’t. Our government gave Bin Laden the fire power for them/him to do what they did.

WE WERE THAN AND WE ARE NOW AMERICANS
No one in allowed to leave the city or NO ONE allowed to ENTER!!!!
A New York City Fire fighter Stands Amid the rubble of the World Trade Center
Lance Wubbels pay tribute to the patriotic heroes the world watched on September 11, 2001
It was a day of unthinkable horror and destruction, but it became a day for American heroes. Heroes
were everywhere you looked. Giants rose out of relative obscurity to cast long shadows across the
smoke and dust and rubble. Ordinary American citizens, suddenly caught in the crossfire of terrorism,
put their lives on the line to preserve the lives of others.
They emerged as the truly might and valiant ones of Flight 93. Among the smoldering wreckage of the
Pentagon, they stood with undimmed spirits, as fire fighters unfurled a gigantic flag from the roof of the
burned-out structure. At Ground Zero, hundreds and thousands of people on dozens of fronts searched
the mountain of unstable rubble in an epic battle to win back as many lives as could possibly be rescued.
Most of them remain nameless to us, but their undaunted faces are engraved forever upon our hearts.
They are the fire fighters, the tireless fire fighters, who were forever captured by the photo of these
three ashen-caked firemen raising the American flag on a pole that stuck up out of the debris of World
Trade Center. Framed against the monstrous heap of steel and concrete in the background, it was an
easy reminder of the heroic Marines who raised the flag on Iwo Jima during another of this nation’s
great conflicts.
They are the police, paramedics, rescue workers, doctors, nurses, National Guard, Red Cross workers,
and others we have so often taken for granted. And they are janitors and security guards and office
managers and coworkers who said no to death and helped thousands escape who might have easily
perished.
In that sudden moment of time, the real harsh reality hit.

No, American living today will ever forget what happened on September 11, 2001. Each of us will
remember how the serenity of that morning destroyed by a savage atrocity, an act so hostile we could
scarcely imagine any human being capable of. The realization sank into every American heart. America
had been vulnerable and under attack. On this day evil had literally taken flight. As, 19 men and one
woman showed the world, their worst, we Americans displayed what makes our country great courage’s
and heroism, show compassion and generosity, unity and able to resolve.
We first united in our sorrow and heart ack and then anger, then in recognition that we were under
attack. Not for wrong for we had done, but because of who we are, a people united in kinship of ideals,
committed to the notion that people are sovereign, and that people everywhere, no matter their race or
country or religion, possess certain universal and inalienable right. We are not different races we are not
poor or rich, Democrat or Republican, liberal or conservative. We are two countries. As Americans, we
acted swiftly. We liberated Afghanistan from the murderous rules of the Taliban, our attacker’s proud
host. We chased Al Qaeda around the globe. We revamped our homeland security, reorganized our

intelligence community and advocated reform in calcified societies. Because the pages of our history
books had been renewed. The terrorists, (Osama Bin Laden), who attacked America were clear on their
intentions, his ilk have perverted a peaceful religion, devoted it not to the salvation of souls but to the
destruction of bodies. They wish to destroy us, to bring the world under their control, an Icarian rule
according to some misguided religious fantasy. America’s way of life stands in their way, and everyone
else’s way of life.
Once we realized we had been under attack, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. and Shanksville,
Pennsylvania
Planes landed, borders closed, and no one had been allowed in Manhattan for any reason. America was
in shock, the Towers falling, people jumping out of windows. Very heart breaking.
No matter where you were on September 11, 2001 everyone had gotten a bird’s eye view on the terror
attacks had done. Being there or watching on tv. I, myself was in shock, of what I was watching. I cried,
my heart went out to the children and those who lost loved ones. To set and watch people jumping out
of windows to try and save themselves. I felt sick. Thinking about it as I write this article upsets me. New
York had been shut down to everyone, and even to Canada. That scared me, my grandfather had gone
into Canada the night before. I was worried about getting him out. My Grandfather had gotten well
enough to go on his last trip before he passed away a month later. I could go on how my day was, but
this is not about me.
The story I am about to write is about a new America, and a better New York. I went surfing the internet
and found this article from the New York Daily. I had emailed the paper to let them know I was going to
use some of their article with mine.
Since the 10th anniversary of the attacks, which marked the opening of the 9/11 memorial, lower
Manhattan has roared back the completion of several long-delayed projects, including the 1 World
Trade Center observatory, the finished 9/11 museum, two transit hubs and a massive shopping mall.
Now people are not just paying their respects but living life, that’s what the World Trade Center was for.
The latest addition is the Westfield World Trade Center, a high-end 350,000 square-foot mall centered
at the Oculus, the ornate birdlike structure that also serves as the entrance to the rebuilt train station.
Some of the offerings inside include an Apple Store, Cole Haan and Dior shops store, a Forever 21 and
upscale eateries including Eataly.
The mall opened in August of 2015, and the $4.4 billion-dollar station opened in March 2016 years
behind schedule and billions of dollars over budget. At points, it seemed as if many of the projects in the
devastated neighborhood would never be finished for a variety of reasons, including intra-agency
squabbling and competing visions.
Daniels said all that seemed to change on September 11, 2011, when the World Trade Center Memorial
opened, allowing victims of lost love ones, families, survivors and people from around the world to
come together to remember the horrible events from a decade earlier. All American will tell you that the
memorial is the heart of the World Trade Center. It must be. Many lives were lost there and we as
American will never forget. The ghost of those who died there will remain there.
Like the other rebuilding projects, progress on the memorial was stalled for years and the budget was
soaring. Then-Mayor Michael Bloomberg took over as chairman of the Memorial and Museum in 2006
he had been credited with getting competing voices behind the vision. He worlds eyes will be upon us
no matter what and challenged all to get involved to have to help in time for the survivors to relatives of
victims a fitting place to mark the somber anniversary. With this project people had learned to work

intelligence community and advocated reform in calcified societies. Because the pages of our history
books had been renewed. The terrorists, (Osama Bin Laden), who attacked America were clear on their
intentions, his ilk have perverted a peaceful religion, devoted it not to the salvation of souls but to the
destruction of bodies. They wish to destroy us, to bring the world under their control, an Icarian rule
according to some misguided religious fantasy. America’s way of life stands in their way, and everyone
else’s way of life.
Once we realized we had been under attack, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. and Shanksville,
Pennsylvania
Planes landed, borders closed, and no one had been allowed in Manhattan for any reason. America was
in shock, the Towers falling, people jumping out of windows. Very heart breaking.
No matter where you were on September 11, 2001 everyone had gotten a bird’s eye view on the terror
attacks had done. Being there or watching on tv. I, myself was in shock, of what I was watching. I cried,
my heart went out to the children and those who lost loved ones. To set and watch people jumping out
of windows to try and save themselves. I felt sick. Thinking about it as I write this article upsets me. New
York had been shut down to everyone, and even to Canada. That scared me, my grandfather had gone
into Canada the night before. I was worried about getting him out. My Grandfather had gotten well
enough to go on his last trip before he passed away a month later. I could go on how my day was, but
this is not about me.
The story I am about to write is about a new America, and a better New York. I went surfing the internet
and found this article from the New York Daily. I had emailed the paper to let them know I was going to
use some of their article with mine.
Since the 10th anniversary of the attacks, which marked the opening of the 9/11 memorial, lower
Manhattan has roared back the completion of several long-delayed projects, including the 1 World
Trade Center observatory, the finished 9/11 museum, two transit hubs and a massive shopping mall.
Now people are not just paying their respects but living life, that’s what the World Trade Center was for.
The latest addition is the Westfield World Trade Center, a high-end 350,000 square-foot mall centered
at the Oculus, the ornate birdlike structure that also serves as the entrance to the rebuilt train station.
Some of the offerings inside include an Apple Store, Cole Haan and Dior shops store, a Forever 21 and
upscale eateries including Eataly.
The mall opened in August of 2015, and the $4.4 billion-dollar station opened in March 2016 years
behind schedule and billions of dollars over budget. At points, it seemed as if many of the projects in the
devastated neighborhood would never be finished for a variety of reasons, including intra-agency
squabbling and competing visions.
Daniels said all that seemed to change on September 11, 2011, when the World Trade Center Memorial
opened, allowing victims of lost love ones, families, survivors and people from around the world to
come together to remember the horrible events from a decade earlier. All American will tell you that the
memorial is the heart of the World Trade Center. It must be. Many lives were lost there and we as
American will never forget. The ghost of those who died there will remain there.
Like the other rebuilding projects, progress on the memorial was stalled for years and the budget was
soaring. Then-Mayor Michael Bloomberg took over as chairman of the Memorial and Museum in 2006
he had been credited with getting competing voices behind the vision. He worlds eyes will be upon us
no matter what and challenged all to get involved to have to help in time for the survivors to relatives of
victims a fitting place to mark the somber anniversary. With this project people had learned to work

The memorial- breathtaking reflecting pools where the Twin Towers once stood- opened in time for the
anniversary both former Presidents Bush and Obama had attended the ceremony. Family members
came, and found the names of their loved ones, to them may have been a sense of relief. Here is more
news from the New York newspapers and medical examiners what they had to share. Today, the city
Medical Examiner’s Office’s continued efforts to identify the remains of 9/11 has advanced the science
behind DNA testing – and created techniques that have helped cops across the country identify human
remains, according to, the assistant Director of the city Medical Examiner’s Department of Forensic
Biology. They have been able to apply their techniques to cases around the world and help make
identifications in everything from mass fatalities to missing persons cases. They have provided other
agencies out techniques and they have been able to use them to help make DNA matches. For the past
16 years about 22,000 human samples recovered at Ground Zero. They have been able to identify about
15,000 fragments of bone and teeth – two of the hardest materials, tissues samples to identify. Bone is
not an easy material to get DNA out of, it takes more time just to get the DNA out of the bone.
The last victim to be, identified a young 26-year-old man, from Jersey City, that was back in March ofOver the past 15 years, 1,637 of the 2,753 victims have been identified through DNA matching,
officials said. Yet others have given up hope that they will ever receive a piece of their loved ones. Some
families are going ahead and having funerals after all this time to say good bye to firefighters these are
wives and husbands full of grief, knowing the jobs of their loved ones they are not ready to let go. It’s
been 16 years since the Twin Towers went down into a twisted heap of rubble, about 40% of those killed
in the terror attacks remain unidentified. But the push to return remains to heartbroken families has
helped countless others find closure, officials have said. My heart still goes out to those who have not
gotten relief for their loss.
Those whom lost loved ones on Flight 93 will never get that chance to get any part of their loved ones.
But they have the memory of them being heroes. After all these years it hurts deeply to know they had
lost their lives to save us. They are the men of courage. They protected our country with their lives.

Ah, the World Trade Center. The best place in all of New York City, or at least for me. All the photos in this article gives me nostalgia of all the times I viewed the New World Trade Center skyscrapers. They’re all truly the most high quality buildings of the 21st century. And ever since the completion of Three World Trade Center, I’ve been longing for a new glassy World Trade Center skyscraper. Obviously, the remaining are Five, Six (is that even happening?), and of course, Two. The original design of Two World Trade Center was amazing, and I’ve missed it ever since its ultimate halt. The BIG design was a big flop, and it didn’t fit the World Trade Center at all. Now, let’s hope we’ll soon be brought with a design that will be instantly iconic, just like the other towers of the most sacred site of New York City.

Since the mid-20th century, Mohawk have also formed their own construction companies. Others
returned to New York projects. Mohawk skywalkers had built the World Trade Center buildings that
were destroyed during the September 11 attacks, helped rescue people from the burning towers in
2001, and helped dismantle the remains of the building afterwards. Approximately 200 Mohawk iron
workers (out of 2000 total iron workers at the site) participated in rebuilding the One World Trade
Center in Lower Manhattan. They typically drive the 360 miles from the Kahnawake reserve on the St.
Lawrence River in Quebec to work the week in lower Manhattan, and then return on the weekend to be
with their families. A selection of portraits of these Mohawk iron workers were featured in an online
photo essay for Time Magazine in September 2012.

Thank You, for taking the time to read my article that talks about the new World Trade Center.

My name
is Delana, I am a freelance writer. I have many other articles. The one I am working on now I talk about
the new Tax Reform. I have my own story to sell.
I was shot 4x, by my husband who turned the gun on himself.
Since the mid-20th century, Mohawk have also formed their own construction companies. Others
returned to New York projects. Mohawk skywalkers had built the World Trade Center buildings that
were destroyed during the September 11 attacks, helped rescue people from the burning towers in
2001, and helped dismantle the remains of the building afterwards. Approximately 200 Mohawk iron
workers (out of 2000 total iron workers at the site) participated in rebuilding the One World Trade
Center in Lower Manhattan. They typically drive the 360 miles from the Kahnawake reserve on the St.
Lawrence River in Quebec to work the week in lower Manhattan, and then return on the weekend to be
with their families. A selection of portraits of these Mohawk iron workers were featured in an online
photo essay for Time Magazine in September 2012.
By: Delana Forsyth

Author: Delana Forsyth

My strength is God’s the Spirit flowing through me. I am a Christian, I believe in Jesus the Son of God. God the Father God the Son God the Holy Spirit.

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