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Charlie Sheen Accuses US Government Of Orchestrating 9/11
September 11, 2009
5:21 pm
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Charlie Sheen has announced to the world that the US government was behind 9/11.

His fictional transcript ‘20 Minutes With The President’, in which he has a fake conversation with President Obama, was posted on the website of radio host Alex Jones this morning (see it here).

It was followed up by a video message to President Barack Obama (seen here), which asked him to reopen the investigation into 9/11.

According to Sheen “9/11 has been the pretext for the systematic dismantling of our Constitution and Bill of Rights. Your administration is reading from the same playbook that the Bush administration foisted on America through documented secrecy and deception.”

The bulk of the transcript seems to be repeating the basic points that conspiracy theorists have been making for several years, only in the context of the new administration.

His main allegations seem to be:

* The US Government was directly behind the 9/11 attacks on the twin towers.
* The 9/11 commissioners have been kept from the truth, and don’t know what happened.
* The Pentagon and Bush administration have altered and hidden evidence.
* The true details of 9/11 have been wiped out in white wash.
* The US Government was working with Osama Bin Laden up until 9/11.
* The Obama administration has continued on the illegal methods of Bush-era officials, out of lack of understanding of their origin.

It has already caused a great deal of controversy, likely less because of what it says (which has been circulating the Internet, talk shows, and even The History Channel) for years, but more because of the date it was released on.

September 11, 2009
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I'm sure he just became Cole's favorite actor! Laugh

September 11, 2009
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"greeney2" wrote: I'm sure he just became Cole's favorite actor! Laugh

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September 11, 2009
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Barack Obama leads moment's silence for September 11 victims

US President Barack Obama led a moment of silence today to mark the eighth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks and remember the nearly 3000 who died.

At exactly 8.46am when the first plane hijacked by al-Qaeda militants flew into the North tower of the World Trade Center, Mr Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama held the moment's silence at the White House.

On a rain-swept day, ceremonies were being held across the United States to commemorate the victims of al-Qaeda who flew airliners into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and a field in Pennsylvania.

At New York's Ground Zero, volunteers began reading the names of the 2752 people killed in the worst attack ever on US soil.

Mr Obama said the nation "will never falter" in its pursuit of al-Qaeda and its allies. He placed a wreath under rainy skies at the Pentagon.

"Eight Septembers have come and gone. Nearly 3000 days have passed; almost one for each of those taken from us," he said.

"But no turning of the season can diminish the pain and the loss of that day. No passage of time and no dark skies can ever dull the meaning of this moment. So on this solemn day, at this sacred hour, once more we pause, once more we pray, as a nation and as a people."

Mr Obama said the nation came together as one after the terror attacks, "united not only in our grief but in our resolve to stand up for the country we love."

He said that renewal of common purpose is the strongest rebuke against the terrorist attackers.

"Today we honor the dead and speak to the survivors and loved ones whose lives are irrevocably changed on that terrible day eight years ago.

"Because of the great pinnacle of their sacrifice and because of the sacrifice of thousands more since that day we remain a strong and free nation," he said.

"Let us renew our resolve against those who perpetrated this barbaric act and who plot against us still. In defense of our nation, we will never waver. In pursuit of al-Qaeda and its extremist allies, we will never falter.

"Let us renew the true spirit of that day: not the human capacity for evil, but the human capacity for good; not the desire to destroy, but the impulse to save and to serve and to build.

"On this first National Day of Service and Remembrance, we can summon once more that ordinary goodness of America to serve our communities, to strengthen our country and to better our world."

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