Trouble in the Rubble (5:30)

Cover of 9/11 Truth & Justice Songs

From 9/11 Truth & Justice Songs and 1 other release

Trouble in the Rubble was written by Vic Sadot after reading an Associated Press Story by Amy Westfeldt in the Washington Post on October 20, 2006. The article was about a scientific study that seemed to show that the 9/11 rescue dogs were not suffering as badly as the humans were in the aftermath of their work in the air and rubble of the World Trade Center, which the mass media referred to with a term formerly used for the center point at which a nuclear bomb hits, “Ground Zero”.

The item which triggered the song, according to “Broadside Balladeer” Vic Sadot, was in the first sentence of the article titled: “Scientists: Dogs Not Injured by WTC Work”. It stated the following:

“NEW YORK — They dug in the toxic World Trade Center dust for survivors, and later for the dead. Their feet were burned by white-hot debris. But unlike thousands of others who toiled at ground zero after Sept. 11, these rescue workers aren’t sick.”

Reporter Amy Westfeldt refers to this phenomenon of a “white hot debris” without quesioning what might cause this phenomenon or whether jet fuel fires, essentially kerosene fires, could have caused the steel to melt and create this “white hot debris” in the rubble for more than a month after the tragic event. Sadot had heard from David Ray Griffin that Physics PhD Professor Steven Jones of the Journal of 9/11 Studies had stated that he had found traces of thermite in dust from the WTC rubble. This would explain how the fires could burn so hot for so long.


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