9/11: Charlie Sheen and the political fallout
Last week, actor Charlie Sheen, reflecting a growing wave of public disquiet, bravely came forward to challenge the official story of 9/11 and CNN has been giving a very supportive platform to Sheen, 9/11 pioneer Alex Jones and others in their coverage.
911blogger, also mentioned on CNN has been running reportage of breaking news surrounding the events and just before Sheen, New York magazine ran a huge article entitled The Ground Zero Grassy Knoll, which explored in exceptional detail many of the deeply held concerns surrounding September 11th 2001.
Undoubtably, 9/11 is now firmly on the agenda and has moved from a snowballing movement in the background to a gigantic, overshadowing monolith in the foreground of everything.
Criticism of Sheen has been on him personally, rather on what he's saying but other major outlets have been more restrained. Fox News (Murdoch as the global propagandist for Anglo-American war) seems to be playing this more cautiously, with some guarded comments on their website and Fox, like the Sun Newspaper in the UK (or any node in his media empire) is a direct reflection of Murdoch's personal thinking on the issue.
Murdoch has invested a huge amount in war, a huge amount in Bush and way way too much in the soiled Blair regime but he's also been issuing various exposés of horrors in the armed forces via the News of the World, it was his Sunday Times that broke the Downing Street Memo, and on 9/11, not long ago, Fox ran a rather benign item on Dylan Avery's Loose Change 2 E (Watch it here, Fox coverage here).
Murdoch, thought to be extremely concerned by decline in his newspaper circulation, is investing a lot in the internet and is presumbably fully aware of what the issues on 9/11 are, and with 82% of Americans agreeing with Sheen, a challenge has been laid down to Murdoch this week that he can't ignore.
Meanwhile in the UK, in a truly pathetic column, the Guardian has already tried to rubbish Sheen as part of a wider phenomenon of celebrities and conspiracy theories, but like all of the attacks on him goes to great lengths to avoid dealing with the actual issues he has presented.
The Guardian of course ran Michael Meacher's famous 'The War on Terror is Bogus' article, which raised eyebrows and it's since had to go into 9/11-denial as result, perhaps watching the fate of people like Greg Dyke at the BBC, or Peers Morgan from the Mirror who dared stand up to regime doctrine. Consistent, on this issue at least, with what has become known as the 'gatekeeping left', it's post-Meacher policy has been to pour scorn on any debate about the issue and try and sweep 9/11 firmly under the carpet.
In the UK political classes, even pre-Sheen, perhaps a sign of growing concern in the Levy-fundraised New Labour regime for being able to hold onto 9/11 as a propaganda tool, was defence secretary John Reid's refusual to mention the event in yet an otherwise sanctimonious sermon about terrorism, whilst Blair, in his recent speech to one of his/Levy world order think-tanks only mentioned it twice as '9/11'.
Apparently though, no one had bothered to inform Gordon Brown's fork of government and Brown has rashly staked his entire political future on potentially-volatile 9/11 orthodoxy. In yet another appalling grandstanding lecture designed to bolster his personal position and to help the ID slave grid vote, Brown included no less than eight mentions of 'September the 11th'.
All of this is going on against the backdrop of the trial of the only person to be prosecuted in connection with 9/11, Zacarias Moussaoui, which has seen witnesses coached, crucial airline evidence dropped and now, fully consistent with the sweeping top-down blockade put in front of all other serious pre-9/11 terrorism investigators like John O'Neil it is revealed:
"An FBI agent who interrogated Zacarias Moussaoui before September 11, 2001, warned his supervisors more than 70 times that Moussaoui was a terrorist and spelled out his suspicions that the al-Qaeda operative was plotting to hijack an aircraft" SMH
Last year, BYU physics professor Steven E. Jones produced a paper urging an investigation into the controlled demolition of both the Towers and WTC 7 in which he cites molten pools of liquid metal weeks after the event (consistent with a thermite reaction), the now infamous squibs of ejecting explosive debris consistent with cutting charges erupting many stories below the collapsing floors, the virtually-freefall speed with no resistance of all three collapses as well as highlighting various doubts within even the US government's own reports about cool fires causing the steel to uniformly fail in such a way as to permit their legendary telescoping pancake theory.
It will be fascinating to watch the political fallout of Sheen's comments in the US, but also in the UK where Gordon Brown is looking feverishly to glorify and exploit the memory of 9/11 for his own ambitions. Only yesterday, the deeply tarnished former defence minster Geoff Hoon doing the bidding of Blair, has come out to desperately try to force the Lords into accepting the Labour-manifesto-breaking ID slave grid which they rightly keep rejecting. This may be a direct response to the widely-rejected veracity of the official version of 9/11 now being firmly forced onto the agenda by Sheen. Of course, 9/11 has always been the rationale used to mask the political choice of the ID slave grid since day one, and no doubt at all, New Labour are terrified of a serious Sheen-inspired celebrity attack on ID cards, which would kill the scheme outright (Anti ID campaigners take note, people were telling NO2ID this a year ago)
Meanwhile, the fanatical Blair, literally decomposing before the world's eyes is out of credits and is left with nowhere to resell Iraq other than to an imaginary audience of Bono followers and blue-sky-thinking intellectuals as a wider 'open' foreign policy against poverty and injustice. One suspects, in reality, Blair is turning towards those who have financed him through Levy and is saying 'look I did all this for you, please don't leave me, please help'
Blair's 'shoulder to shoulder' approach on 9/11, even if seemingly fitting at the time, has been appallingly misused as a piece of enormous opportunistic political pornography to increase Blair's domestic grip and to open future career possibilities for himself as someone who will carry out any radical scorched-Earth 'internationalist' policies whatever the cost and that he will lie through his teeth through to repackage to the public.
Perhaps we should expect another Bin Laden tape soon to bring public thought back in line, but what we really need is a Deep Throat or two.
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