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Toronto 9/11 Ad Campaign Launched: Subway Riders Will See Footage Of WTC 7 Collapse

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Today, the ReThink911 group launched a new ad campaign that is showcased within the Toronto subway system (TTC.) This campaign will be running for 2 weeks and approximately 1.2 million residents of Toronto will see video footage of the collapse of World Trade Center 7 compared to a controlled demolition with the caption “ReThink911.org.” It is estimated that people who ride the subway on a daily basis will see the ad an average of 5 times during the two-week campaign period.

The decision to bring this information to the screens and actually show people the collapse of Building 7 was inspired by a scientific poll that was done by the campaign. The poll found that 51% of Canadians who are shown video footage of the collapse of Building 7 suspect that it was a controlled demolition, compared to 18% who suspect it was caused by fires.

“Most people who see Building 7’s collapse have trouble believing that fires brought it down,” said Richard Gage. “It simply doesn’t look like a natural building collapse, and that’s because all the columns have been removed at once to allow it to come down symmetrically in free-fall. When everyone in Canada and everyone in the U.S. sees this footage, there will be widespread outcry for a new investigation.”

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