Luke Rudkowski and other members of We Are Change, as well as actor Daniel Sunjata, who also went public on 9/11 truth, greeted Rosie O’Donnell at a book signing and thanked her for supporting the first responders.
Rosie upset the balance of power last year when she used her top rated show The View to raise serious questions about 9/11 truth and expose the health epidemic that ground zero first responders face due to lies about the air quality.
Her going public led to savage attacks in the MSM media– Rosie was ridiculed, smeared, animated as a fire-breathing demon, threatened by Bill O’Reilly, harassed by O’Reilly’s staff, suggested for execution by Danny Bonaduce and attacked with calls for her to be fired and/or censored by Fox News and Tom DeLay.
Rosie appreciated that someone else was also fighting for first responders. She told an aide that she would be addressing their concerns. "All of them are dying, and nobody’s doing anything about it," she said.
After posing for cameras, Rosie took Luke Rudkowski aside to make a strong statement in support of responders:
"Hey, this is Rosie O’Donnell and I am totally in support of the first responders. I think its a travesty, a huge injustice that the government has not taken care of the men and women who went and volunteered their lives at the cost of their lives and they’re not being given the medical care."
"There is a 9/11 illness– it’s a respiratory illness. It’s killed many, many people. They are families without parents. Not of whom were taken down by the terrorists or the plane, but who were sort of let down by our government."
"So, first responders, this should be an act of Congress immediately and they should all be getting the best treatment that is available in this nation while we still have the semblance of democracy."
"So, that’s what I say. And Kevin [O'Conner], you hang on buddy. There are people around who care about people like you and your children who will take care of them as much as they can. But it’s the government’s job to take care of people like you."
Rosie expressed hope for the power of alternative media and that of individuals taking action, obviously aware of the effects that groups like We Are Change have already had.
She told Rudkowski, "Keep doing what you’re doing. Kids like you will change the world when they believe what they believe and aren’t afraid to say it. And with that little video camera, that’s the new way that America’s going to be equalized. So keep doing it."
Rudkowski was acting, in part, on behalf of his friend and first responder, Kevin O’Conner, who is having a number of difficulties, including financial, in dealing with his ground zero-related illness. Luke gave her a DVD with video about O’Conner’s case.
O’Donnell’s actions paved the way for a number of positive actions for both 9/11 truth and the first responders health– hearings in the Japanese Diet, discussions in the EU and potentially, hearings on insider trading in the U.S. Congress or a new investigation in the United Nations.
Further, Congressman Kucinich has pushed first responder health issues into House committees, though efforts have been stalled by some of the House’s more despicable members.
Rosie’s courage also led the way for other big celebrities to go public for 9/11 truth. Willie Nelson recently spoke up about WTC controlled demolition and repeated his concerns on Democracy Now!, who normally refuse to cover such topics.
Now, Jesse Ventura has broken through to another level of media exposure after going public on the Alex Jones Show about a number of serious questions about 9/11.
Thanks again, Rosie!
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This article was posted: Wednesday, April 9, 2008 at 12:55 am