19 June 2007

Michael Moore: I intend to find some answers about 9/11

If you've ever wondered what it would take to become a part of the elite Illuminati/Triad/Grey alien clique that rules the world, it's easy: just openly mock the alarmists that frequent Prison Planet or Infowars, sites run by fringe journalist Alex Jones.  That's it!  No billionaire status, no blueblood connection, no BDSM-laden induction ceremony is needed.  Just tell those folks "you're all fucking nuts" and they will immediately accord you membership in the distinguished ranks of the clandestine New World Order.  Or accuse you of being part of it, anyway, and that's good enough for me.

That all aside, from time to time Mr. Jones & co. do knock 'em out of the ballpark; his most famous piece perhaps is his entertaining coverage of the sinister Bohemian Grove—Chuck E. Cheese for the affluent.  Well, today his blog is featuring an intriguing video interview with Michael Moore in which the (in)famous filmmaker is asked about Sep. 11 being an "inside job."  Snippets of Moore's response from the vid:
I don't think the official investigations have told us the complete truth. They haven't even told us half the truth. ...

I support, and I hope ... somebody could open up a new investigation on this before we get too far away from it, to find out the whole truth. ...

I've filmed before down at the Pentagon, before 9/11. There's got to be at least 100 videocameras, ringing that building, in the trees, everywhere. ... I want to see 100 videos that exist of this. Why don't they want us to see...?

Well, until Moore officially announces Fahrenheit 911 II: Electric Boogaloo, you'll have to make do with the lengthy Jones video:

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

your obviously a jew controlled useful idiot!

Guzmán said...

Said the idiot who couldn't capitalize, punctuate, use his actual name, or beat Karl Rove in a hip-hop throwdown.

GrimFandango said...

Truth presented in a bombastic manner is truth nonetheless.

Anonymous said...

Ten and a half minutes is lengthy? Pass the Ritalin, please. Or wait for the Cliff's Notes version, please. Sheesh.

Anonymous said...

Moore brings up a good point about all those cameras around the Pentagon and the unseen video footage. It's nice to know that maybe he thinks about more than just jelly donuts all day.

Anonymous said...

Yes, it is annoying that the usefull/truthfull bits of information they have are conveyed so theatricaly/dramaticaly...
It automaticaly allow oponents to bring them down as conspiracy theorists, nuts, while purposefuly ignoring the content of their message. Very frustrating.

Hopefuly, they will learn to tone it down (apparently Moore did with Sicko)...

Anyway, let's say we ignore the "conspiracy theorists nuts"... Where is my INDEPENDANT investigation about the incidents???
As previously said, where are the confiscated surveillance tapes? Why are we only shown half a clip that shows nothing! All the nuts documentaries ask some valid questions and shows many problems in the offical report. Why is the government mute...?

But hey... I must be one of these nuts who dare to ask questions... I should just obey and look elsewhere I gues...

Guzmán said...

"Ten and a half minutes is lengthy?"

Nothing wrong with good editing.

Anonymous said...

But no ones is explain why there wa concrete. What?
http://www.lonympics.co.uk/Comedy_Soccer/Broox.htm