After months of planning and crowd sourced fundraising, the global Rethink911 campaign has kicked off. The purpose of this new campaign is to raise awareness about 9/11 like never before. The main focus of this particular initiative will be on building 7, as it remains the number one smoking gun. There are still millions of people in the world who don't even know that a 3rd building collapsed that day, several hours after the twin towers did. By raising awareness about this smoking gun, it is believed that a high percentage of people will take a 2nd and 3rd look into the massive collection of damning evidence that has amassed over the past 12 years. Most people from there eventually realize that what they've been officially told about that day is impossible.

The main focus will be ads all over the world for the entirety of September, and they include:

■ A 54-foot-tall billboard at 47th Street and 7th Avenue in New York’s Times Square,
■ 45 taxi top ads in Washington D.C.
■ 60 taxi top ads in Boston,
■ 30 taxi top ads in Chicago,
■ A billboard on Dallas’ Stemmons Freeway near the Feizy Center,
■ 100 poster on San Francisco’s Bay Area Rapid Transit
■ A mobile billboard in San Diego from September 5 to September 11
■ A 60-foot-tall billboard in Toronto’s Dundas Square,
■ 300 posters on Ottawa buses,
■ 8 transit shelter posters in downtown Vancouver,
■ A billboard and four street boards in downtown London, and,
■ 150 street posters in downtown Sydney.

Besides the ad campaign, there is also a brand new worldwide petition that you can, and should, sign. The Rethink911 website has a bunch of action items that you can take part in actually. Head on over there to check them out, and to take part.

Before you go, please watch this official Rethink911 video... and be sure to pass it on!