Thursday, March 23, 2006

Moron Conspiracy Theory Nut Bags

The perspicacity (I love that word!) of Hollyweird intrudes yet again.

I just spotted this bit of wisdom from the eminent Charlie Sheen:
"There was a feeling, it just didn't look any commercial jetliner I've flown on any time in my life and then when the buildings came down later on that day I said to my brother 'call me insane, but did it sorta look like those buildings came down in a controlled demolition'?"
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Laura Ingraham had a terrific comment on the radio this morning: The only controlled demolition that's been going on is of Charlie Sheen's brain cells.
UPDATE: Ian of Expose the Left — who has the audio of Sheen's recent radio ramblings — adds the following:
Sheen wants another 9/11-type commission to look into what really happened on that day because the government wants to "pigeon hole" people who think the way he does into a "group of conspiracy theory nut bags". However, to the contrary he doesn't believe that this is a conspiracy theory; he implies that what he says is fact. In fact, he calls the 9/11 story that everyone believes is a conspiracy theory itself. Sheen says his "research" has led him to believe what he does.
I have a feeling Mr. Sheen has been gleaning that research from his good friend and fellow scholar, Sean Penn.

2 Comments:

Blogger Ministry of Truth said...

heya, why dont you explain to me why WTC/ came down?
Check out some articles by David Ray Griffin on mujca.com...

3/24/2006 3:53 PM  

Blogger Reeclm said...

I heard a little bit of Coast to Coast A.M last night (Art Bell's old show). They had on some whack job (Alex Jones). He was so excited that Charlie Sheen was supporting the "counter 9/11" theories. He thought that since Sheen supported him and an "independent" investigation, that the theory would advance in the general public's mind.

All I could listen to before falling asleep again, was a small snippet. The whole show was vile.

What is truly ironic is that a lot of the theories he advances, used to be embraced by the far right-wingers during Clinton's administration. (a/k/a "Black Helicopter" crowd) Now it is the far left wingers.

It just goes to show you that if you go too far one direction, you just end up going around the world and back on the opposite side.

To see what is being discussed, here is Alex Jones' web page: http://www.infowars.com/

3/24/2006 9:17 PM  

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