Change.org censorship debate

Change.org accepts idea about 9/11 censorship

Freedom of speech is a very powerful weapon, but even those who say to support it are sometimes frightened by it. Change.org makes no difference, as we all know that while asking people to submit ideas, the really revoultionary ones (like the idea we need a really indipendent investigation into 9/11) are censored by them.
What is bad is that you only get a "copy and paste" e-mail informing you that "...this is unfortunately outside the scope of the Ideas for Change in America project, which aims to offer specific policy solutions rather than investigations into past government action. As such, it is not eligible to enter the second round of the competition."
What is worst it that it's false, as you can see with idea "Appoint a Special Prosecutor for the Crimes of the Bush Administration" (804 votes)

Well, no need to be rough on scared people, I politely replied to their e-mail:
"You seem to answer a question I didn't pose: my proposal is to end censorship, not to support a new investigation.
As such I will present it again, let's hope you are not on the side of censorship while posting a banner that calls for direct action and direct democracy."

So here it is: