Dear Friends and Fellow Supporters of ReThink911,
I’m Cynthia McKinney—former U.S. Congresswoman, Green Party presidential nominee, and life-long social justice activist—and like you I have been watching in amazement at ReThink911’s remarkable growth over the last two months. Take it from someone who has run for office nearly a dozen times—raising $225,000 for a campaign is no small feat. From the bottom of my heart I want to congratulate you and share my appreciation for AE911Truth and every coalition member who helped organize this extraordinary campaign. This September is sure be an historic moment in the march toward truth and justice for the events of 9/11.
When the ReThink911 campaign informed me that their next goal was to commission a professional public opinion poll to release just before September 11th, and they needed $15,000 to do it, I said, “My goodness, that is so important! What can I do to help?” And so, I am writing to ask if you would donate generously toward this important piece of the ReThink911 effort.
Already we have raised over $10,000 of the $15,000—which means we’re more than half way there!
Please go to ReThink911.org, and give as generously as you can. Your support is tremendously appreciated.
Nothing speaks the language of the mainstream media better than a brand new poll to show them where the public stands on 9/11. With this new poll we will demonstrate that there is widespread skepticism of the official account of 9/11, and that everyday citizens, when given the basic facts about Building 7, support a new investigation.
We are counting on you to make this possible. Please donate now. Together I know we can do it.
I thank you for all that you’ve done to bring the cause to this point, and I look forward to raising our voices as one this September and in the months beyond.
Yours in eternal gratitude,
Phi Beta Iota: This web site represents a deep commitment to transparency and truth in the public interest. In our view, all elements of US society — what some call the eight tribes of intelligence — are out of touch with reality and in denial about the hard facts as well as in ignorance of the soft contextual relationships — complicated relationships. Take Afghanistan, for example. The US lost. Every time some senior politician or general says “we won” the Taliban runs a car bomb or assault in the middle of Kabul to remind us that not only did we not win, but they have a strategy for the future and we do not. Bottom line: ignorant blustering claims kill more Americans. The Russians killed one million and got thrown out. The Americans have killed 100,000 or so, one tenth the number, and empowered a government so corrupt they make the public long for the Taliban’s good order and discipline. The truth at any cost lowers all other costs. Could it be time we had an intelligence community capable of presenting the truth to all Americans, and a government eager to receive and act upon ethical evidence-based decision-support?