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

In honour of the eighth anniversary of 9/11 coming up in 11 days, 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 to be the easiest and best to use, though we are not affiliated with 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.

Voters say no to new 9/11 investigation

I have to admit that I was pretty teary-eyed when I read this guys. But two to one is not bad, so chin up. At least the impeachment resolutions made it through. The message, however, is clear: We have to work harder to get our message out. And we can start by helping our own in the comments section of the current article:

Anyway, here's the link to the article and the article itself:


Voters say no to new 9/11 investigation

By John Briggs
Free Press Staff Writer

March 7, 2007

Burlington voters Tuesday rejected a local group's call for a new investigation of the events of Sept. 11, 2001, by a nearly two-to-one ratio.

The vote was 3,150 to 1,817. The ballot question passed 39-17 in Lincoln, proponent Matthew Ennis said. The issue never generated much debate in Burlington.

"I'm very surprised," said Marc Estrin, spokesman for the Burlington group, which gained enough signatures to place the question on the ballot. "I was expecting the opposite direction."