Check me out at 3:24 minutes into the video below and please contact your Congress critters. And please check out my 9/11 page. I doubt any of this will make a significant impact, but at least my son and possible future kids will know I tried.
What are the “28 pages”?
by Hannah McCoy via readthe28.com
In October of 2002, an independent investigation into the events of 9/11 was released. The short-hand for the report is the JIS.
The JIS is over 400 pages long, and has redacted and classified parts scattered throughout, however there are 28 consecutive classified pages that we are aiming to have read and declassified.
Congress members are the only ones who can read these pages, and the president of the United States is the only one who can declassify them, based on the way the system has been set up, so we are working within this framework.
Based on comments made by congress members who have already read the classified pages, we know in general that they talk about foreign intelligence agencies who provided financial and operational support to the 9/11 hijackers while they were in the United States.
This is a really big deal.
This means that the official story we were given for the “how”, “why” and most importantly “WHO” surrounding 9/11, cannot be true. There are, as you read this, at least two or more foreign governments, individuals, agencies or organizations who helped carry out the attacks on Sept. 11th and have not been brought to justice.
The American public may never know who really attacked New York City, and The Pentagon killing almost 3,000 people – unless we get these pages read.
Quotes from congress members who have read the pages:
“I was absolutely shocked by what I read. What was so surprising was that those whom we thought we could trust really disappointed me…It does not deal with national security per se; it is more about relationships. The information is critical to our foreign policy moving forward and should thus be available to the American people. If the 9/11 hijackers had outside help – particularly from one or more foreign governments – the press and the public have a right to know what our government has or has not done to bring justice to the perpetrators.” –Walter Jones
“I went into the soundproof, secret room here in Congress and read those 28 pages. And it was a really disturbing event for me to read those. I had to stop every two or three pages and rearrange my perception of history. And it’s that fundamental — those 28 pages….It certainly changes your view of the Middle East…We need to declassify those 28 pages….There is nothing in there that would affect our national security. Some of it may be embarrassing; that is why I believe those 28 pages have been withheld…the American people deserve to know what happened and what led up to 9/11 so that we can prevent the next one.” –Thomas Massie
“I was stunned that the intelligence community would feel that it was a threat to national security for the American people to know who had made 9/11 financially possible.” –Bob Graham
Why should you care to have them declassified?
Considering how many people suffered and died that day, and how many more have suffered and died as a result of medical issues, trauma, or being involved in invasions, occupations and wars overseas as a result of 9/11 – we think we have a right to know WHO was really involved in these attacks.
More American soldiers have died from suicide and PTSD related illnesses upon RETURNING HOME, than died in actual combat overseas. What are we doing over there?
Since 2003, around half a million dead Iraqi civilians as a direct result of the hysteria that took over foreign policy after the Sept. 11th attacks.
The attacks of 9/11 were the catalyst for the “Patriot Act”, the crackdown on protests and political dissent as well as whistleblowers and journalists under the guise of “national security”, the TSA, the ramping up of the NSA spying on Americans and tapping our phones, and even American citizens (as well as all of the non-Americans) being killed by Drones without trial because “terrorism”.
Because we were lied to, and we deserve the truth.
What easy actions can you take to help us get this done?
1. Make a video and photos of yourself saying /holding up signs that say “read the 28 pages” and upload it onto as many different forms of social media as you can. Tweet it to your congress members, post it on Facebook, Tsu, Youtube, Instagram, etc.
2. Contact your congress critter and ask him or her to read the 28 classified pages of the JIS report *NOTE… this is NOT the same thing as the 9/11 Commission Report* then ask them to support H.R. 14 to have the pages declassified
3. Talk, talk talk about it. With your friends, family, neighbors. Tell everyone you know. Most people have no idea that the pages even exist, or what is contained within them.
4. Put up stickers. Ask us if you are interested, we can email you the template for the #Readthe28/#Declassifythe28 stickers. Order them through an online sticker making company such as stickergiant.com. they are 60cents – $1 per sticker depending on how big of a batch you get. Put them up EVERYWHERE you think they will not get ripped down immediately, and that the demographic of foot traffic passing by will actually notice and google the hashtag. (college campuses or surfaces around towns filled with socially conscious/politically minded young people are great.
5. Follow the project on this site, our facebook page and twitter, like and share our posts and links!