Yesterday the BBC published an article about the ongoing ReThink911 ad campaign in Ottawa. Featured on the BBC’s News homepage, the article was seen by hundreds of thousands of readers. This piece marks the fifth mainstream news article about ReThink911’s Ottawa campaign since the announcement of the campaign on November 20. But unlike its Canadian counterparts, the BBC has a tendency for falseness and one-sidedness rivaled only by the likes of Fox News.
From December 12 to January 9, the ReThink911 campaign is sponsoring ads on the backs of 40 buses in Canada’s capital city of Ottawa. The ads will reach approximately 70% of Ottawa residents, asking them if they have seen the video of World Trade Center Building 7’s collapse. This campaign is a follow up to ReThink911’s successful September 2013 campaign in Ottawa.
If you’re like the majority of people who see the video of Building 7’s collapse, you will also suspect that Building 7 was brought down by controlled demolition. This past September, ReThink911 commissioned two national public opinion polls in the United States and Canada, each of which found that approximately 1 out of 2 people […]
This video exposes the New York Times’ abdication of responsibility to cover the challenges being made to the official account of Building 7’s destruction. Despite ReThink911’s billboard directly across the street from the NY Times Building, and despite receiving numerous letters, op-ed submissions, informational materials, and phone calls, the NY Times continues to ignore the evidence of Building 7’s controlled demolition. Watch and share the video.
The Ottawa Metro News published an article about the ReThink911 December Ad Campaign in Canada. This media coverage was seen by over 50,000 Ottawa residents. The Ottawa Citizen also published an article about the campaign, which was seen by over 100,000 residents.
On November 20, 2013 at a meeting of the Ottawa Transit Commission, ReThink911 announced its upcoming Ottawa-Toronto ad campaign and spoke out against efforts to change Ottawa’s advertising policy in response to the first ReThink911 ad campaign. The highlight of the meeting came when the commissioners were treated to video footage of Building 7’s collapse on the large screen above them.
This November’s “New York Times Billboard Campaign” is the perfect opportunity to get outside and educate hundreds of Times reporters and thousands of New Yorkers about the destruction of Building 7 and the need for a new 9/11 investigation. In order to capitalize on this great opportunity, ReThink911 is organizing teams of activists to leaflet […]
Dear New York Times, the ReThink911 campaign has erected a billboard across the street from your headquarters to call your attention to the evidence, cited by over 2,000 architects and engineers, that proves World Trade Center Building 7 was brought down by controlled demolition on 9/11. We urge you to look at the evidence—starting with the video footage of the collapse—and publish an editorial stating your position on the challenges being made to the government’s explanation of Building 7’s destruction. The question of what happened to Building 7 is simply too important for the New York Times not to examine in a careful and balanced way.
ReThink911 caused the greatest stir of its September 2013 campaign in Canada’s capital city of Ottawa, where 300 ads appeared on local buses from early September to early October asking riders, “Did you know a 3rd tower fell on 9/11?” The controversy first erupted on the night of September 11, when coverage of the campaign […]
Installed on the afternoon of October 31, ReThink911’s 29-foot by 13-foot billboard will stand tall in the shadow of the New York Times Building throughout the month of November, intriguing 100,000 passersby each day and calling upon the Times to cover this vitally important issue.