Note: This petition is no longer active, and did not reach the 100,000 signatures required to prompt a White House response. The best way to help release the 28 pages is to contact Congress.
A new front has just opened in the campaign to declassify 28 pages on foreign government funding of the 9/11 hijackers: A White House petition, timed to correspond with increased media coverage of the issue around the upcoming anniversary of the attacks.
It’s been a year since the White House directed the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) to review the 28 pages for possible declassification. That means the review of just 28 pages of material has already taken longer than the broad-ranging and unprecedented joint congressional inquiry that produced the 28 pages in the first place. Enough is enough.
Please sign the petition right away. You don’t have to create an account, just enter your name and email address. That takes less than a minute, and we’ll all be another step closer to reading 28 pages that forced Congressman Thomas Massie to stop every couple pages and rearrange his “understanding of history.” You’ll also help 9/11 family members and survivors in their drive for courtroom justice against the financiers of 9/11.
We need 100,000 signatures in 30 days—and yours is one of them. When we hit that mark, the White House will be compelled to break its silence on the 28 pages and issue a response. More important, the petition will bring increased media attention, greater pressure on Congress to pass H.Res.14 and S.1471, and more pressure on the president to do the right thing.
Please share this post or the link to the petition with as many people as you can–in as many ways as you can. Share it on Facebook and Twitter, email your friends, post it on message boards and link to it in comments on 9/11-related news stories. Use your imagination, but please do it now—we have 30 days to collect 100,000 signatures.
Please chip in to help us advertise the petition. Your gift to 28Pages.org can be used to buy wider exposure on social media. For example, a $28 donation may help us present the petition to 21,000 more people on Facebook; $280 could present it to as many as 150,000 people. The forces that oppose the release of the 28 pages are silent but powerful. To prevail, the 28 pages movement needs your help in building awareness.