Change.org: New 9/11 Investigation [REMOVED!!!]

By Erik Larson

UPDATE: Change.org is removing ideas related to the investigation of 9/11; they are claiming that investigating the event that gave the Bush Administration it’s license to spy on Americans without warrant, torture, wage preemptive wars based on lies without accountability and generally undermine the Constitution is not “forward looking”, and thus doesn’t meet their criteria. No matter how many people want 9/11 investigated, they’re a private organization and are refusing to permit the idea to be promoted and discussed on their site. 

Change.org has established that it is a “gatekeeper”, not a “social platform”. 

When the idea was removed, it had at least 660 votes, more than twice its closest competitor. 

See 911Blogger.com for updates.

This idea from 9/11 family member Donna Marsh O’Connor has not been removed:

Appoint a scientist to head NIST immediately
“George W. Bush removed a scientist as the head of the National Institute for Standards and Technologies. He replaced a scientist with a politician. Because of this our government lacks the ability to ethically vet information reliant on science. Instead the government comes to conclusions and NIST supplies data that matches the government’s desires. This must change today.”  

Original post follows:

Change.org is a “social platform” for posting, discussing and voting on ideas; according to the site, which was recently featured in Newsweek, “the ‘Top 10 Ideas for America’ will be presented to the Obama Administration on Inauguration Day”.

Also according to Change.org, the idea titled, “Conduct a new, independent investigation into the attacks of September 11, 2001″ is currently in 1st Place in Criminal Justice and is in position to make it into the second round” 

Vote it up for Truth and Justice! 

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Conduct a new, independent investigation into the attacks of September 11, 2001

Given the hundreds of inconsistencies and contradictions that abound in the formal explanations provided to the world by the Bush Administration, it behooves the Obama administration to conduct a true, unbiased, independent investigation into what transpired on 9/11/01, which has since served as a pretext to start wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and roll back civil liberties via the Patriot Act. [/q]

Comment thread on 911Blogger.com “Opportunity to Achieve our Goal”

“In this week’s International edition of Newsweek (Dec 1, 2008), there’s an article entitled “President 2.0″. In reading it, I discovered that a new site (http://www.change.org/ideas) is collecting and posting ideas for the Obama administration and the top 10 ideas, the ideas that have received the most votes, will be presented to the President on Inauguration Day.

An idea was just added to suggest that a new investigation into 9/11 be conducted.

Please click the link below and VOTE for this idea. Then forward the link to everyone you know and ask that they vote for it too. It this is for real, it is an excellent opportunity to get out collective voice heard. Loud and Clear. Finally.

http://www.change.org/ideas/view/conduct_a_new_independent_investigation_into_the_attacks_of_september_11_2001

Thanks in advance.”

Change.org is a “social platform” for posting, discussing and voting on ideas; according to the site, which was recently featured in Newsweek, “the ‘Top 10 Ideas for America’ will be presented to the Obama Administration on Inauguration Day”.

Also according to Change.org, the idea titled, “Conduct a new, independent investigation into the attacks of September 11, 2001” is currently in 1st Place in Criminal Justice and is in position to make it into the second round”

Vote it up for Truth and Justice!

    Conduct a new, independent investigation into the attacks of September 11, 2001

    Given the hundreds of inconsistencies and contradictions that abound in the formal explanations provided to the world by the Bush Administration, it behooves the Obama administration to conduct a true, unbiased, independent investigation into what transpired on 9/11/01, which has since served as a pretext to start wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and roll back civil liberties via the Patriot Act. 

Comment thread on 911Blogger.com: “Opportunity to Achieve our Goal

Related good ideas from 9/11 family member Donna Marsh O’Connor

Appoint a scientist to head NIST immediately
“George W. Bush removed a scientist as the head of the National Institute for Standards and Technologies. He replaced a scientist with a politician. Because of this our government lacks the ability to ethically vet information reliant on science. Instead the government comes to conclusions and NIST supplies data that matches the government’s desires. This must change today.”  
We still need an investigation into 9/11; ask Keane/Hamilton.
“The emergency may be over for some, but many first responders know the half life of this toxic day. We will never again have the luxury of the illusion that we, each and every citizen, can count on freedom without scrutiny. We can’t count on social justice emerging from our government without individual protection of our civil rights. And if crimes are committed by the most powerful among us, it is up to the individual citizen to hold accountable those who perpetrated crimes in order that they never happen again. There are lingering questions about this day. We should just investigate.”  

 

9/11 Truth Overview Series by Erik Larson

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