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Rethink911.org logo NOVEMBER 9, 2013

Some on the Ottawa Transit Commission Thinks It’s Time to Curb Free Speech;
We Think It’s Time to Take the Message to the Next Level
Donate Now to Launch Massive Ad Campaign in Toronto & Ottawa December 2!

Photo: The ReThink911 billboard across the street from NY Times Building and Port Authority.

 December ReThink911 bus back ads in Ottawa well timed to fuel free speech debate.

Amid the ongoing public debate and unprecedented media coverage sparked by our ads in Canada’s capital city of Ottawa this past September, the ReThink911 campaign is launching a major $75,000 ad campaign in Toronto and Ottawa to capitalize on the progress we’ve made, and put 9/11 Truth firmly in the Canadian mainstream.

Already we’ve raised $25,000 toward making this campaign a reality starting December 2. With the generous support of the thousands reading this email, we can reach our goal by Wednesday, November 20 – the day the Ottawa Transit Commission votes on initiating a review of its advertising policy – and send a powerful message that those who support having an open public discussion about 9/11 far outnumber those who are against it.

“Have you seen the video of World Trade Center 7’s collapse?”

With your help, that’s the question 70% of Ottawa residents will see on the backs of buses and 40% of Toronto residents will see on the insides of subway cars and buses throughout the month of December. This question, sure to intrigue anyone who sees it, is followed by two statements showing just how compelling the argument for Building 7’s controlled demolition is:

51% of Canadians who see it suspect it was a controlled demolition.
2,000 experts cite clear evidence for controlled demolition.

Photo: The ReThink911 billboard across the street from NY Times Building and Port Authority.

With this new ad copy, ReThink911 is taking the message to the next level, inviting the open minded and skeptics alike to watch the video and find out why only 18% of Canadians who see the video of Building 7’s collapse think it was caused by fires. In a matter of weeks, millions of Canadians will see and hear about the ads, and hundreds of thousands will be curious enough to go to ReThink911.org and watch the video footage.

But we can only create this massive surge in awareness with your help. Donate today and we will make “Building 7” a household word in Canada by the end of December.

Tuesday, November 12th: Ottawa Fundraiser and Screening of “9/11 in the Academic Community”

For those of you in and around Ottawa, 911JusticeCanada will be hosting a fundraiser and screening of Adnan Zuberi’s award winning documentary, “9/11 in the Academic Community,” on Tuesday, November 12 from 6pm to 9pm at the Ottawa Public Library Main Branch. 911JusticeCanada is dedicated to raising $10,000 of the $75,000 needed for the December 2013 Canada campaign. RSVP if you plan to join them this coming Tuesday! Learn more at 911justicecanada.ca

Thank you for your generous support!

 
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ReThink911 is sponsored by Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and Remember Building 7, a campaign by 9/11 family members to raise awareness of Building 7.

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