My name is Ted Walter. I’m the director of strategy and development here at Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth. I’m responsible for devising the programs and projects we decide to pursue, and for finding ways to fund them.
Many of you know me because I’ve been active in the 9/11 Truth Movement since 2008. For several years I collaborated with and volunteered for AE911Truth. Then a year ago I had the great privilege of joining the organization full-time.
Partnering with Richard and the rest of our dedicated team has been a deeply rewarding experience. It is truly a labor of love for everyone here. Like many of you, we’ve each sacrificed a lot, financially and otherwise, to devote ourselves to this important cause.
I’m proud of the many projects we’ve undertaken this past year
. Really, we’ve accomplished a lot. But we need to accomplish much more if we’re to create a breakthrough before the window of opportunity closes, which I put at the 20-year mark.
So, we’ve set ambitious goals for the years ahead. Chief among them is finishing the computer modeling of WTC 7, followed by a new documentary that will show the efforts of various researchers to expose the NIST investigation for the cover-up that it was. We’re also working on innovative ways to get our message to go truly viral.
Membership: A Vote to Continue Our Work
You might have the impression that we’re a large, well-funded organization. I sure wish that were the case! The reality is, like many small nonprofits, we struggle to get by.
Because of that, your decision on whether to become a member during our 2016 Membership Drive
actually has a bearing on our very existence. Deciding to become a member is a vote to continue the work of AE911Truth. Deciding not to become a member is a vote in the other direction.
I assume two things about most of you reading this email: One, you want AE911Truth to continue its work, and, two, you can afford at least $2.50 per month. If that’s you, and you aren’t already a member, please sign up today
. I promise you it’ll be worth the small investment.