Special 11-Day FaxForTruth Campaign, Day One: Bernie Sanders


In honour of the eighth anniversary of 9/11 coming up in 11 days, FaxForTruth.com is holding a special 11-day campaign in support of WeAreChangeLA’s and Luke Rudkowski’s excellent work delivering copies of the “Active Thermitic Material” paper to key officials in government. We do this in solidarity and in association with all the other events taking place in the week leading up to the eighth anniversary of 9/11 and we hope to encourage a climate of activism and optimism leading up to September 11.

FaxForTruth is an activist initiative done in support of 9/11 truth. We attempt to organize mass fax writing campaigns using the internet as our key tool. Many sites exist online that you can use to send free faxes over the internet. All you need is an email address. We have found faxzero.com to be the easiest and best to use, though we are not affiliated with faxzero.com in any way. We are demanding answers and action on this issue, and for 11 days we will be asking you to send one fax per day to key individuals in politics and the media. We hope you will take five minutes out of your busy day for the next 11 days and send some faxes for 9/11 truth.

Today the first person in our campaign will be Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont. Senator Sanders has proven repeatedly that he is on the side of the truth, and the side of the people, and he has shown himself to be a very open-minded, rational human being. We are encouraged by his continued attacks on the Federal Reserve system, and hope that he will devote the same passion to the cause of 9/11 truth when he is presented with the evidence. Let’s send him a fax asking him to take a look at this evidence. Please take two minutes to send Senator Sanders a fax asking him to take a look at the “Active Thermitic Material” paper. You can use the sample letter provided below or write your own. As always a polite, respectful tone is preferable and you can send a free fax over the internet by going to www.faxzero.com.

Bernie Sanders’ fax number: 202-228-0776

Sample letter

Today’s date
Your name and address

332 Dirksen Building
U.S. Senate
D.C. 20510
Phone: 202-224-5141
Fax: 202-228-0776

Dear Senator Bernie Sanders,

I have been a fan of yours for years and applaud the work that you do in the Senate. You strike me as someone who has a deep desire to find out the truth no matter where it leads you. I feel that all politicians should possess this quality and thus have admired the various unpopular stances you have taken throughout the years knowing that you were on the side of the truth and justice.

I would like to begin my formal request to you with a quote from the late John F. Kennedy: “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.” I am writing to you as a concerned citizen attempting to use my democratic mechanism of control over my government in order to have a public discussion of certain pertinent facts. These facts are outlined in a peer-reviewed, scientific paper published in the Bentham Open Chemical Physics Journal, which is available online. The title of this paper is “Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the 9/11 World Trade Center Catastrophe.” The authors of the study conclude that they have discovered within the dust from the World Trade Center disaster on September 11, 2001, unexploded particles of nano-thermite, a military-grade explosive. This type of explosive is very advanced and it is practically guaranteed that Al-Qaeda could not have gotten access to this sort of material. I know you to be a very intelligent person Senator and so I know you realize the implications of these findings if they are proven true. It would constitute the highest form of treason. Therefore I am asking for your help in bringing to light these new findings so that they can be verified or disproven by an able panel of judges. I am not asking for a new investigation into all of 9/11, I merely want a full investigation of the claims made in this paper. I consider them to be of the highest significance, and I hope you will as well. Together I know we can get to the bottom of this and move on as a nation. All the best Senator and may you have continued success in this latest session of Congress.


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