Friday, March 28, 2014

Avaaz 911 petition

To Reinvestigate 911 mailing list.
Ian Henshall

Hello all,


Avaaz is a massive global petition site which does not normally end up in head on collision with the Washington elite. So it's a big advance for 911 truth that Avaaz are now accepting that it is legitimate to raise the issue of how WTC7 could have collapsed spontaneously. Please consider signing on this link

Last year a similar petition was taken down "after complaints" (doesn't anything worth doing attract complaints?) but after an internal debate and polling a panel of supporters, Avaaz have promised they will not do this again.

The petition links up with correspondence with NIST, the Washington agency responsible for explaining the 9/11  building collapses. Legendary attorney William Pepper has written a complaint to the Inspector General of NIST. After saying (correctly) that a spontaneous free fall collapse was impossible, NIST later admitted this is just what happened. Then they failed to review their conclusions that there were no explosives.

(Note for researchers: 911 official story supporter journalist Scott Shapiro has stated that he was in New York on the day of the attacks and was told by several people that owner Larry Silverstein did indeed seek permission from his insurance company to agree to a controlled demolition. ref: History Commons)


The University of Kent is hosting a debate on the proposition "911 was an inside job". The press release is attached. All are welcome to attend.
Tuesday April 1st, 2014
Time: 7.00 - 9.00pm
Venue: Grimond Lecture Theatre 1, University of Kent, Canterbury


In the heart of London's Camden market area, the play Seven Seconds, is returning in April.

Audiences were astonished during the play's first run in October to find out the facts the mainstream media including the BBC, largely ignore - not only scientific arguments from architects, engineers, pilots, and military officers, but also the  testimony from eye witnesses and 911 families, all disputing the official 911 story.

The play is written and directed by Peter Neathey.

After a write up by the local newspaper, the Camden New Journal, (10/10/2013) written by Tom Foot (Paul Foot's son) flagging up ex MI5 whistleblower, David Shaylor as one of the actors, the theatre ws filled most performances.

"Seven Seconds" is showing at the Etcetera Theatre, 245 Camden High Street, London NW1 box office: 0207 482 4857. Performances every evening from April 8th to 15th.