Re: 9/11 Currently averaging well over 3,000 visits a day
Thu Mar 30, 2006 15:12

 
Re: 9/11 Currently averaging well over 3,000 visits a day

March 30, 2006

Dear friends

For those following recent emails, CNN has given more airtime to the 9/11 cover-up, though one major segment with actor Ed Asner was cancelled at the last minute. To read about these most recent developments, see the end of this message or see our CNN update page at http://www.WantToKnow.info/cnn9-11cover-up

The WantToKnow.info website and email list are thriving! The website is currently averaging well over 3,000 visits a day, with occasional spikes as high as 20,000 visits in one day. In the last 15 months, we've had over 1,000,000 visits to the website. In the last six weeks, the WantToKnow.info email list has grown by over 500 to total more than 2,400 subscribers. These subscribers come from nearly every state in the U.S. and over 40 countries around the world. We receive an abundance of supportive emails expressing gratitude for the reliable, verifiable information which our readers use to open the eyes of friends and colleagues to all that is being hidden and to inspire us to join in working together for a brighter future. Thank you all for helping to spread the word!

Here's even more good news. Several long-time supporters and I set up PEERS (Public Education and Empowerment Resource Service) late last year as a nonprofit organization under which WantToKnow.info and the other websites we manage now function. Just this week we filed our last stack of papers for obtaining official nonprofit status. Preparing these documents has been a lot of work, yet we are very pleased that we easily meet all of the qualifications to be granted tax-exempt status. This means that any donations you send will very likely be tax deductible. We won't have the final word for a few months, but if approval does come through, all donations back to our official formation on January 4th of this year will be tax deductible. Yea!!!

Though a number of volunteers have helped in important ways, the vast majority of WantToKnow.info management and development thus far has been carried out by one person - me. The several volunteers who help can't afford to give more than an hour or two a week. A couple of these wonderful individuals would be happy to help out more if compensated. If I had even one regular staff person to assist in this work, we could do so much more! We have lots of wonderful plans which I'm happy to share with any who are interested. Your donation can help us take this work to a new level.

I first awoke to all of the major cover-ups less than four years ago. Not long afterward, I realized that this work was my life's calling. As a result, I gradually gave up my income-producing work to focus full time on this calling. Because we've had a total of less than $6,000 in donations over the last two years, I have never paid myself for this work. I am living on savings that were originally meant to go towards retirement. Thankfully, I can last several more years on these savings and so will use any contributions to hire others who are ready to help. Eventually, I hope to be able to support myself doing this exciting, empowering work. We are deeply committed to total transparency around our finances, so don't hesitate to contact us with any questions.

I invite you to help awaken our world through this wonderful work by sending a contribution. We have an automated monthly credit card payment option, so if you can afford to give a monthly donation, we would be incredibly grateful, and you would have the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping to transform our world into a better place for all. If you can't afford a monthly donation, even a one-time $5 or $10 contribution makes a difference. Every little bit counts. To make a donation either by mail with a check or money order or by credit card over the Internet, please visit http://www.WantToKnow.info/donationswtk

WantToKnow.info has already had a big impact. Many influential people around the globe have had their eyes opened by the material we provide. Key individuals and groups working behind the scenes to build a more peaceful, cooperative world have contacted us through the website and are now working with us. With your support, we can have an even bigger impact. Thanks to the work of WantToKnow.info and many others, an ever growing number of people around the world are coming together to make a difference and build a brighter future for us and our children. Thank you for being a part of this and we warmly welcome any support you might offer.

For those who are following the developments of CNN and it's excellent exposure of the 9/11 cover-up, we now have a page which we are updating as the news comes in. Sharon Stone has come out in support of Charlie Sheen, and an interview which I and others helped to set up with actor Ed Asner was cancelled at the last minute on March 28th. For details on all this and continual updates on these developments, see our CNN update page at http://www.WantToKnow.info/cnn9-11cover-up. We are nearing critical mass on the crucial 9/11 cover-up. Thanks for playing your part in spreading the news. Take care, and you have a wonderful day and a transformative spring season ahead!

With gratitude and very best wishes,
Fred Burks for the WantToKnow.info Team
Former language interpreter for Presidents Bush and Clinton

Important Note: Yesterday, for the first time, I received a letter from a lawyer at the New York Times insisting that we take down one of our webpages. The page in question contained a Times article where experts claim the investigation into the collapse of the World Trade Centers was inadequate. How interesting that this particular page was targeted when there has been so much discussion of the WTC collapse in the media lately. We may have to remove it, so take a look before it's gone at http://www.WantToKnow.info/011225nytimes


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