ReThink 911

When I finally came to the point where I could no longer deny the hard evidence that 9/11 was an inside job, it started me on the journey down an endless pit of rabbit holes.  It was a big truth to swallow, but doing so made me question every other widely accepted perception of our world.

But everyone is different.  To some people, the 9/11 Truth may be too grotesque to imagine and they'd be more receptive to learning the truth in smaller, less scary doses.  For others, finding answers to the 9/11 questions may be the catalyst they need to accept the bigger picture.

As we approach the 12th anniversary of that fateful day, thousands of people are joining together to bring truth to the masses.  This could be the very thing needed to awaken the slumbering world. - Noa 


Times Square Billboard


ReThink911 is the first ever global 9/11 anniversary campaign. Sponsored by a coalition of more than 40 organizations, ReThink911 will be seen in 11 major cities around the world this September 2013.

The campaign will include outdoor and transit advertising on subways, taxi tops and billboards worldwide, coupled with grassroots actions involving thousands of concerned citizens and guerilla advertising in the form of bumper stickers, lawn signs, t-shirts and more. ReThink911 will launch on September 1st and continue for the entire month of September.

Join us in this historic effort.



This is the Ed Asner video that was mentioned in the video above.  You are encouraged to share this 15-minute video with everyone you know.



Wendy's picture

Here's another way to get the word out. I don't know, perhaps some people will disapprove but I think this has so much more genuine energy. Maybe I just like the music- reminds me of Loose Change.

Wendy's picture

Many years of looking into 9/11 AND I'm a big Get Smart fan but I never saw this episode. I even own a 3 box set of the Get Smart episodes but I think this episode was left out because I'm pretty sure I've watched them all. See my recent addition to the Jay Weidner post - he mentions this Get Smart episode.

I also know that there was a NYC commission that promoted the building of the World Trade center. I think it was David Rockefeller but definitely one of the Rockefellers that was on this commission that pushed to have the buildings built. This was before the Port Authority got involved.

You can see the full episode at project free TV (season 2 episode 22). I'm not sure an outside link will work - just search for project free tv.

Noa's picture

I forgot how much I love that show.  Who of thought that Max would predict the future?

Great find, Wendy.

Wendy's picture

Funny thing is every time I see George Bush, he reminds me of Max - the lucky bumbling fool that can get away with anything. I wonder how much George played up that image or if others wanted him to play act that part.

Noa's picture

Is it any wonder that after 8 years of witnessing the bumbling antics of George W. that people embraced the articulate intellectual, Barrack Obama as our new leader?

It will be interesting to see if the next selected President will be everything that Obama is not.

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