September 12, 2006

You knew it was too good to be true

"There is a great story in a movie, a conspiracy by a group of people in the American administration who have an agenda and who used 9/11 to further that agenda. There could be a "fascinating project [on] what happened after Sept. 11."

Who said the above? Why, none other than Oliver Stone, creator of the recent non-political film "World Trade Center."

Stone further claimed that President Bush used "the crisis to stoke fear and bolster his own power at home in a way that was 'right out of George Orwell.'"

Hmm. I wonder what's more misused these days -- the name of Adolph Hitler or that of George Orwell?

Posted by Hube at September 12, 2006 05:46 PM | TrackBack

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Benjamin Netanyahu has come out and called Ahmadinejad the new Hitler, while pointing out that he wants to build WMDs before going to war, rather than the other way around. Look for Bibi to come back as Prime Minister soon, especially with all the votes in his favor Hezbollah launched across the border. I highly recommend his book, Fighting Terrorism, but make sure you read the post 9/11 reprinting with new introduction by the author.

Posted by: G Rex at September 13, 2006 01:22 PM