Recently, Charlie Sheen, world renowned expert on terrorism and terrorist attacks, (okay, just an actor) was interviewed by Alex Jones, some radio host on some program I never listen to and apparently, few others do either. On this program, Sheen espoused his expertise at identifying and exposing the conspiracy behind the attacks of September 11, 2001.
Sheen is quoted as saying, "Call me insane, but did it sort of look like those buildings came down in a controlled demolition?"
Sheen also said, "It seems to me like 19 amateurs with box cutters taking over four commercial airliners and hitting 75% of their targets: that feels like a conspiracy theory,"
Additionally, Sheen proceeded to say, “Because you start talking about this even with conservative Republicans, and they can’t really debate away some of the most obvious facts of that day.”
Obvious facts? Such as eyewitnesses and TV cameras? No, of course not. They apparently are unreliable when you wish to poison public opinion by claiming a conspiracy was involved and it was perpetrated by our own government.
In support of his conspiracy, he went on to say, “I saw the South Tower hit live — that famous wide shot where it disappears behind the building and then we see the tremendous fireball — and it was there was a feeling that it just didn’t look, how do I say this, it didn’t like any commercial jetliner that I’ve flown on anytime in my life. And then the buildings came down.”
It didn’t look like any commercial jetliner he has ever flown? Or, it didn’t look like any commercial jetliner he has ever flown on sober? I think Charlie Sheens alcohol and drug use in the past have been pretty widely known throughout Hollyweird, so was he looking at aircraft through a drug-induced stupor? Only Charlie can answer that one.
Charlie and Alex went on to reveal many more conspiracy secrets and ramblings, but no need to bore anyone with all of them, we get the picture that they feel no aircraft were flown into the buildings, especially the Pentagon and terrorists could not have high jacked any aircraft with box cutters.
So, does their theory hold any water? Could it hold any water? Before we ask Elvis at his next sighting, let’s look at someone else and their admissions just today. Enter Zacarias Moussaoui, alleged to be the 20th Highjacker and recently admitted his guilt in court as to being part of an Al Qaeda plot to attack America.
Against his attorney’s advice, Moussaoui decided to testify during the penalty phase of his trial. Amongst the many things he said and admitted to, he said that he and would-be shoe bomber Richard Reid were supposed to hijack a fifth airplane on Sept. 11, 2001, and fly it into the White House. He also said that he knew the World Trade Center attack was coming and he lied to investigators when arrested in August 2001 because he wanted it to happen. He went on to claim he even purchases a radio so as to listen in as the events unfolded and cheer them on.
Of course, Moussaoui’s attorney’s claim he is incompetent, that’s to be expected. If what he now says if true, doesn’t it sort of cast a dim light on Charlie Sheen and Alex Jones claims of a massive conspiracy and cover-up? I have to say yes; unless we are to now believe that Al Qaeda and Osama Bin Ladin are truly an operation funded by and launched the Republicans under the control of Karl Rove and George W. Bush. Any of these lefty loons come out and claim that one and we will see, once and for all time, just what fruitcakes they really are.
The last I heard, Moussaoui is not a Republican nor is even a Democrat, just a terrorist. He has made his intentions known and we now know that he had prior knowledge of the events of 9-11 that, had he stated them, might have prevented 3,000 innocent deaths.
What sentence he will get remains to be seen. It will either be life in prison or the death penalty. That’s out of my hands, naturally, but I would vote for death, myself.
In an unbelievably odd twist this evening, MSNBC ran an unscientific poll asking is Moussaoui’s testimony was credible. Shockingly, well, maybe not, considering the popularity of Hollyweird’s finest, even though they continually show they haven’t a clue about the real world, 52% of over 14,000 respondents say NO! They do not find his testimony credible.
I guess a good old conspiracy theory is just what the doctor ordered so the hatred of Bush and the Republicans can continue by the Liberal Democrats.
As for Charlie Sheen, earlier, he started his interview with, “Call me insane.” Okay, Charlie, you are insane. Credible or not, Moussaoui shows you to be. Either that or you may still be in need of rehab.
And they wonder why their box office receipts just keep going down and down.