Today We Remember Those Who Died in the Ongoing 9/11 Wars by AE911Truth Staff On Memorial Day 2018, we at AE911Truth pause to remember the 6,952 U.S. soldiers who have died in the endless wars since the events of September 11, 2001. We also recognize the 1.2 million civilians and non-civilians of all countries who have been killed in these senseless campaigns of violence, which have now cost more than $5.6 trillion — or $23,386 to the average American taxpayer. In reflecting upon this harrowing loss of life and colossal looting of public resources — all predicated on the official account of 9/11 — let us find within ourselves even greater determination to continue fighting for truth and justice concerning the events of that horrible day. The next time someone tries to tell you that 9/11 is a thing of the past, you can point out any number of ways it affects us to this day, including the thousands of dollars we will each be forced to spend on the “War on Terror” until the truth of 9/11 is exposed. And while you’re at it, you might remind that person of the thousands of military families, 9/11 families, and first responder families whose loved ones would still be with them today were it not for 9/11. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to these families and to everyone who has been harmed, directly or indirectly, by 9/11 and the actions taken in its aftermath. https://www.ae911truth.org/news/461-today-we-remember-those-who-died-in-the-ongoing-9-11-wars A crime against humanity of the magnitude of 9/11 precipitated an ongoing crime against humanity of even greater magnitude under pretext of the original crime. A soft and not so soft version of Nazism has infested the US government from the Bush administration to the Obama administration to the current Trump administration and with no end in sight.