ReThink911 – Canadian Petition Calling for a Review of the 9/11 Official Commission Report

Tell MP Paul Dewar What You Think

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If you’ve seen the ReThink ad and want to take action – it’s easy. Currently, Paul Dewar, MP for Ottawa Center, has Petition #5248504 – Requesting a Parliamentary Review of the Official 911 Commission Report. This petition was signed by over 1400 Canadian Citizens and approved by the Clerk of Petitions in the House of Commons.

Paul Dewar says he: “has worked tirelessly for our priorities.” However, Paul also says he doesn’t want to submit this critical petition “because he doesn’t believe in it”.

Ottawa Voters have made it clear that this is a priority. So, if you want Paul Dewar to ReThink his position, just click here. Let’s tell Paul that voters in Ottawa Center and Canada want him to keep his commitment to us.

Paul is the Foreign Affairs Critic and everyone we’ve contacted in the NDP says its his role to do this. Don’t forget to add your name at the end of the email.

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We recommend you add this 24-Member 9/11 Consensus Panel information to your email. This panel includes people such as Ferdinando Imposimato, the Honorary President of the Italian Supreme Court.

Thanks for your support. You are making a difference.

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