Friday, March 31, 2006

Cue Twilight Zone Music...

Billionaire philanthropist Jimmy Walter and WTC survivor William Rodriguez this week embarked on a groundbreaking trip to Caracas Venezuela in which they met with with the President of the Assembly and will soon meet with Venezuelan President himself Hugo Chavez in anticipation of an official Venezuelan government investigation into 9/11.

Rodriguez was the last survivor pulled from the rubble of the north tower of the WTC, and was responsible for all stairwells within the tower. Rodriguez represented family members of 9/11 victims and testified to the 9/11 Commission that bombs were in the north tower but his statements were completely omitted from the official record.

Jimmy Walter has been at the forefront of a world tour to raise awareness about 9/11 and has still yet to receive any response to his million dollar challenge in which he offers a $1 million reward for proof that the trade towers' steel structure was broken apart without explosives.

Rodriguez and Walter offered their full support for Charlie Sheen's recent public stance on 9/11 and were heartened by his efforts. The potential of a government level inquiry endorsed by Hugo Chavez dovetails with Sheen's call for an independent investigation to be carried out by political foreign nationals.
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Oh sweet lord a'mighty but these moonbats do bring a tear of laughter to my eye. And last I heard, Charlie Sheen was still trying to get all of the states in the Northwest to fund a "Let's-Find-The Sasquatch!" venture. Hell, if he and his Dad promised to go, I'd contribute just on the off chance a big hungry bear would eat both of these simple fucks.

The 911-was-a-government-plot asswipes just keep truckin.

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2 comments:

kajando said...

I'm not much of a conspiracy guy, but with what we already know about 9-11; from Able Danger, to the multiple warnings from their own agents that got drowned in FBI bureaucracy, to the warnings from the flight schools, even up to and including the big Ooops in the Moose-owie trial that saved the airlines asses; it's evident that our governemnt could have done things a lot more better. That's a far cry from saying they were behind the whole thing, but what I am trying to say, and I think recent events prove me right; is our government, with the exception of our military, is almost entirley worthless. From the Department of Edge-u-ma-kayshun, to FEMA, to the crooks in Congress, someone please tell me the last thing our government didn't screw up.

Fits said...

Governments are a cluster fuck waiting to happen. When faced with something new, they fall the hell apart and 9/11 was a good example. To say everyone could have done better in NYC and in New Orleans is true. To say that the government blew up the levee's and flew planes laden with explosives into the WTC is preposterous, and unworthy of a sane mans review.