Re-Think 911

A successful group has placed several adds and is getting al lot of attention from the press.  Good for them.  Check out their work at

ReThink911.org

Also here is some information from their site

ReThink911 Featured News

ReThink911 Raises $25,000 in Three Days to Keep Billboard in Times Square through October

ReThink911 Billboard in Times Square

The ReThink911 campaign raised over $25,000 from September 28 to September 30 to keep its 54-foot-tall billboard in Times Square through the month of October. The  fundraising drive came on the heels of a month-long, twelve-city, $225,000 international advertising campaign – spearheaded by the billboard in Times Square – that was planned to coincide with the 12th anniversary of 9/11. Read more

New Poll:  A Majority of Canadians Side with Ads Questioning 9/11

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A new survey reveals that most Canadians are not opposed to the ads currently appearing in Canadian cities calling for a new investigation into the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7. After viewing video of Building 7′s collapse, 51% of Canadians suspect it was cause by a controlled demolition, and only 19% believe the Ottawa transit system’s advertising policy should be revised to place greater emphasis on community acceptability so that ads like ReThink911’s would not be allowed. Read more

ReThink911 Events in New York City

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See videos and photos of ReThink911′s event in Times Square on September 11, 2013, featuring Les Jamieson (NYC Coordinator, ReThink911.org), Richard Gage, AIA (AE911Truth.org), Tom Kiely and Lenny Charles (Co-founders INN World Report), Cynthia McKinney (Former U.S. Congresswoman), John Di Natale (U.S. Marine, Engineer), Vance Green (FOIA Researcher, Activist), and Dr. William Pepper (International Civil Rights Attorney).

ReThink911 Ads Spark Controversy in Canada’s Capital

ReThink911 Ads Spark Controversy in Canada's Capital

 Read: ReThink911 Statement Regarding Ads on Ottawa OC Transpo Buses (PDF)

 CBC News article: Bus ad questioning 9/11 sparks call for review of OC Transpo policies

The chair of Ottawa’s transit commission says she will ask for a review of OC Transpo’s advertising policy after an ad from a group questioning the official explanation of the 9/11 attacks ran on one of the city’s buses.

Other recent articles about the ReThink911 Campaign

Ottawa Citizen: OC Transpo should err on the side of free speech (Editorial)
Sun News: Free speech protects ‘disrespectful’ 9/11 conspiracy bus ads: Ottawa mayor
CBC News: Group behind 9/11 bus ad responds to criticism
Yahoo Canada: 9/11 ‘truther’ billboards appear in Toronto, Ottawa and Vancouver
Ottawa Citizen: 9/11 truther campaign responds to criticism of bus ads
Ottawa Citizen: Ads questioning truth of 9/11 appear on OC Transpo buses
Toronto Star: Truther billboard in Yonge-Dundas Square asks questions about Sept. 11
The Huffington Post Canada: 9/11 Conspiracy Ad On Ottawa Buses And Toronto Billboard Sparks Outrage
Ottawa 1310News: Controversial 9/11 ads spark call for review of OC Transpo ad policies
Time: Sept. 11 ‘Truthers’ Mark Anniversary
CBS Philadelphia: Group Of Engineers Believe Controlled Detonations Took Down World Trade Center

Reality Check: More Americans are ReThinking 9/11?

ben-swann-rethink911-thWatch this video by journalist Ben Swann about the ReThink911 International Campaign.

“Did you know that a 3rd building fell on 9-11? That billboard is today over Times Square. It was placed there through donations to a campaign called Rethink 9/11. In fact, that group has placed posters and signs across the world, from Australia, to Canada, from San Francisco to right here in New York City.” Watch the video

New Poll Finds Most Americans Open to Alternative 9/11 Theories

911-pollOn the 12th anniversary of 9/11, a new national survey by the polling firm YouGov reveals that one in two Americans have doubts about the government’s account of 9/11, and after viewing video footage of World Trade Center Building 7′s collapse, 46% suspect that it was caused by a controlled demolition. By a margin of nearly two to one, 41% support a new investigation of Building 7′s collapse, compared to 21% who oppose it. Read more

 Did you know a third tower fell on 9/11?

That is the question millions of people are seeing on billboards, subways, buses, taxi tops and street posters this September. If you didn’t know a third tower fell on 9/11, that’s okay. It’s never too late to go back and reexamine the events that shape our world. ReThink911 encourages you to look at the evidence for yourself, and if you find the official account doesn’t add up, join us in calling for a new and independent investigation. If we educate one another and raise our voices as one, we can make it happen.

Look for the ads in your city!

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New York: Times Square billboard 47th Street and 7th Avenue
Washington DC: Taxi Tops concentrated downtown
Boston: Taxi Tops concentrated downtown
Chicago: Taxi Tops concentrated downtown
Dallas: Stemmons Freeway billboard next to Feizy Center
San Francisco: 100 Bay Area Rapid Transit posters (1 in 4 train cars)
San Diego: Mobile billboard September 5 to 11, route TBA
Toronto: Yonge-Dundas Square billboard
Ottawa: 300 OC Transpo Bus posters (1 in 3 buses)
Vancouver: 8 Downtown Transit Shelter posters (see map)
London: Old Street Roundabout (street boards) and 75 Commercial Road (billboard)
Sydney: 150 posters scattered downtown

Visit the Photo Gallery for great pictures of these ads.

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