Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Lookin' for the 911 Truth - 9/11 Cover-up is National News

TPM cafe has a very cogent and useful article that does another great job of defining high profile 9/11 sceptics - ie those who don't believe the 'official story'.

It starts off with a bit about Charlie Sheen's public statements about not believing the 'official story' and then zings smoothly into the 'types' of other public doubters of the 'official story' :

Charlie thinks 9/11 was an inside job!

Maybe you don't care what he thinks, he's just an actor. Perhaps you want the opinion of an expert like Steven E Jones, professor of Physics at BYU.

Maybe he's too theoretical for you. You want someone from the applied sciences. May I suggest Clemson engineering professor Judy Wood.

Maybe you don't care for 'eggheads'. You want to hear from a true patriot, a military man, like former head of Star Wars and air force colonel, Bob Bowman.

Maybe military types scare you. How about a lady of letters like poet Erica Jong

Maybe you're not into poetry. Prose is more your style. How about Webster Tarpley author of 9/11 Synthetic Terror made in USA?

Maybe you don't trust actors, authors or poets. You want to hear from a man of God. How about David Ray Griffin theologian, professor emeritus at the Claremont School of Theology?

What could a theologian know about national security? You want to hear from an insider to the covert world. How about CIA analyst Ray McGovern, an expert on National Security who's career spanned JFK to GHW Bush?

Maybe you've had enough of Washington bureaucrats. What about an elected official like former U.S. congressman Dan Hamburg?

Maybe he's too far left for you. You want to hear from a Republican. How about Paul Craig Roberts assistant secretary of the U.S. Treasury under Ronald Reagan?

OK, he's a Republican, but that was back in the Reagan days. Maybe you need to hear from someone in GW's administration. How about Morgan Reynolds professor emeritus at Texas A&M University and chief economist for the US Department of Labor during Bush's first term?

Maybe you don't want to listen to any of these individuals, but the fact is, a lot of Americans agree with them. Like the 83% of over 50,000 CNN Showbiz Tonight online poll respondents who think the government is covering up the truth of 9/11.

Maybe you don't care what the American people think?



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