Saturday, March 24, 2007

Sheen Goes Loco for "Loose Change"...
Introducing Dylan Avery: The New L. Ron Hubbard

You know, the tired old Bush-Did-It "documentary" that has been circulating the internet for the past three years...

First of all, let's look at the inception of this Bush-is-an-evil-genius "documentary" in the creator's own words:

"In May 2002, after spending three months doing construction work on Vines, I had a half hour conversation with James Gandolfini at the opening party. To make a long, drawn out conversation short, James told me, "If you want to be a successful director, you have to have something to say to the world."
It was that month that I began writing "Loose Change," a fictional story about my friends and I discovering that September 11th was not a terrorist attack, but rather, an attack by their own government." (source)

So, much like L. Ron Hubbard wanting to be rich and famous and starting a "religion" by writing fiction...Stars are now flocking to the new L. Ron Hubbard --23 year old Dylan Avery who wanted to be rich and famous and is producing a "documentary" by writing fiction.

It seems that Charlie Sheen and Rosie O'Donnell are the first converts to the new religion sweeping Hollywood --much the same way John Travolta and Kirstie Alley paved the way for Scientology.

"...Sheen is involved in the production of "Loose Change," a new version of a documentary suggesting the US government was behind the 9/11 World Trade Center attacks. The current version of the documentary is available on YouTube.

Page Six also reported "The View" moderator Rosie O'Donnell is involved in the project, though it was unclear what her role would be..." (source)

Aside from the fact that the government is leak-central and incapable of keeping anything secret...there is one site with the most succinct "de-bunking" of this conspiracy I have read to date:

"The man in the picture is Dylan Avery. To be more precise, the fact that Dylan, his friends, and family are alive is proof that "Loose Change" is bullshit. He, along with a couple of his friends, created a 9/11 conspiracy video claiming that the US government and the military caused 9/11. Take a closer look at the last part of that last sentence: he's claiming that the US government, for whatever ends, killed nearly 3,000 innocent Americans, and tens if not hundreds of thousands of more lives in the conflicts that ensued because of it.

Since Dylan's arguing that the government has no problem killing 3,000 innocent people, this raises the question: if his documentary is true, and we've established that the government has no ethical qualms about killing thousands of its own people, then why wouldn't the government kill Avery and his friends as well? What's a few more lives to them to ensure the success of this conspiracy?

Whatever reason it may be that the government supposedly orchestrated this conspiracy, it must have been worth it to them to cause so much suffering and loss of life. So if there's any truth to this, then you can bet your ass that the government wouldn't let a couple of pecker-neck chumps with a couple of Macs and too much time on their hands jeopardize their entire operation by letting this stupid video float around on the Internet. I can picture you morons emailing me now: "BUT MADOX, MAYBE DYLAN POSTED IT ON THE INTERNET BEFORE THE GOVERNMENT HAD A CHANCE TO REMOVE IT LOL." Yeah, too bad this rebuttal is inconsistent with the premise of Dylan's shit-festival of a movie: that the WTC was brought down "in a carefully planned and controlled demolition ... and it was pulled off with military precision." Now we're expected to believe that the same government that was able to commit the largest terrorist operation in history--with military precision no less--is suddenly too incompetent to sniff out and shut down a little website set up by some college losers within days, if not minutes of its creation? The US government has the capability to monitor every electronic communication made anywhere in the world, yet we're expected to believe that they wouldn't be able to nix this kid long before his video ever became popular?

I win. There is no conspiracy..." (The Best Page in the Universe)

(Photo Credit: Moonbattery)

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