If you didn’t know already, here’s the big news out of Canada:
Two weeks ago, on December 3, Member of Parliament Elizabeth May presented a petition in the House of Commons signed by 1,400 Canadians calling for parliamentary review of the omissions and inconsistencies in the 9/11 Commission Report, including the omission of forensic evidence showing that all three World Trade Center skyscrapers were brought down by controlled demolition.
Ms. May’s action represents a milestone for ReThink911 Canada, which over the past three years has been looking for a courageous MP who would agree to submit this petition.
The government of Canada now has until January 17 to respond — either by granting the requested a parliamentary review or denying it. Now is our chance to draw public attention to the issue and put as much pressure as possible on the Canadian government to honor the petition’s request.
How We Get Their Attention
So far there’s been no shortage of media coverage. The first few days after the petition was submitted saw the predictable media onslaught
against Elizabeth May. Then, last Wednesday, ReThink911 Canada, the 9/11 Consensus Panel, and AE911Truth got together to hold a press conference
at the parliament building, which earned us a video on Global News with the neutrally-worded title “Petition asks Canadian government to review 9/11 evidence
,” and a surprisingly “inoffensive” article from Sun News
. (Read more)
But this is just the beginning. For the next 30 days we have to keep the conversation going and show that there is real support for a parliamentary review of the 9/11 evidence.
A National Poll
With that goal in mind, AE911Truth and ReThink911 Canada have decided to commission a national poll to see what Canadians think about a parliamentary review of the 9/11 evidence. Like last year, we’ll be working with the online polling firm YouGov
, which will allow us to survey a large sample of Canadians at a phenomenally low cost. And, by doing our poll online, we’ll be able to show respondents the destruction of WTC 7.
If last year’s results
are anything to go by, a majority of those surveyed will suspect that WTC 7’s destruction was a controlled demolition, and a plurality will be in favor of a new investigation. Once we have the results early next week, we’ll blast them out to every media outlet in Canada and mail them to all 308 members of Parliament.
But we need your help to do it! This poll and the mailing will cost $2,500, a sum we cannot squeeze out of our budget right now. One dedicated supporter pledged $600 even before our appeal for funds. Will you help us raise the remaining $1,900 by tomorrow? With enough people chipping in, your modest donation of $5 or $10 or $25 is all we need to get there.
Thank you for always being prepared to help out when the time calls for it. Now let’s work together to keep spreading awareness of this landmark petition. Canada might just provide the spark we need.
Richard Gage, AIA
Founder – Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth