Robert Greenwald and the Brave New Foundation are asking, "Are 1,500 Reasons Enough?"

I just got an email from Robert Greenwald with the heading, "Are 1,500 Reasons Enough?" Knowing that Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth have reached this milestone I did a double take and thought he was supporting the petition. Although this significant number is now the horrific number of soldiers KIA in Afghanistan that Greenwald is referring to, I think it is fair to pose the question to him in turn and inquire as to wether his logic also applies to the collapse of Building Seven; "Mr Greenwald, are 1,500 architects and engineers enough?"

Are 1,500 reasons enough?

Stockwell Day lost Petition for a Canadian Investigation into 9/11

Vancouver BC - The Dishonourable Stockwell Day has let Canadians down again. On June 10th, 2008, the Honourable Libby Davies read a petition into Parliament that suggests that the 9/11 Commission report does not stand up to the facts, and that we need a Canadian investigation to justify our war efforts.

Canada allows a Minister up to 45 days to respond to any given petition. June 11th plus 45 days equals July 25th. Mr. Day is already 9 days late.

Below is my latest letter to Mr. Day re: the 9/11 petition. As of right now, it is the 5th letter I have sent to him, and the 5th letter that has been unanswered. I have always felt lucky to be Canadian since every time I email one of my MP’s, I always have received a reply. Always – except from Mr. Day. Below my letter to Mr. Day, is my letter to all active members of the Canadian 9/11 Truth Movement.

Drew Noftle

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Letter to MP Stockwell Day:

Dear Mr. Day,

Canadian Petition to Investigate 9/11

Sign here:
Canada must cease combat roles in Afghanistan until it independently investigates and confirms Osama Bin Laden’s complicity in the attacks of September 11, 2001

To: Right Honourable Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada, Honourable Stéphane Dion, Leader of the Liberal Caucus, Honourable Jack Layton, Leader of the N.D.P. Caucus, Honourable Gilles Duceppe, Leader of the Bloc Québécois Caucus and Members of Parliament.

Canadian Defence Minister, Gordon O’Connor has stated that we are “fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan in “retribution” for the 9/11 attacks” (Ottawa Citizen – Jan 21, 2007 – full article here: )

Canada has not investigated whether there is actually evidence linking Osama Bin Laden or the Taliban to the attacks of September 11, 2001. Canada accepted the accusation against Bin Laden by the United States at face value. There has been no independent investigation on Canada’s part to confirm or reject this allegation.