Anniversary Of Sheen's 9/11 Trailblazing Legacy
Chain reaction raises profile of truth movement
Prison Planet | March 20, 2007
Paul Joseph Watson
2006 heralded the biggest surge in growth of the 9/11 truth movement since its birth, aided in no small part by the anniversary protests in New York and before that by actor Charlie Sheen's decision to risk his multi-million dollar career by standing up for the truth, and being viciously attacked for doing so, in March of that year.
It was on March 20 2006 when Sheen, then involved in delicate negotiations about the future of his hit sitcom Two and a Half Men , decided to risk everything and put it all on the line in the name of the truth and pursuing justice for those who perished in the attacks and all those who were killed as a result of the wars that followed 9/11.
Sheen then went on to appear at a specially organized 9/11 truth conference in LA at which 1200 people attended and large portions were broadcast on C-Span.
One year on and Charlie Sheen has outfought the attack dogs to remain at the top of his profession, while his act of fearless trailblazing has lit the path for a number of other big name personalities to throw their hats in the ring.
The chain reaction is clear to chart, following in Sheen's footsteps were David Lynch, James Brolin, Richard Linklater, Jesse Ventura, Matthew Bellamy, Ed Asner, Christine Ebersole and several others who all used their powerful media access to spread the viral message of 9/11 truth while warning people to never trust their government.
The latest 9/11 celebrity is Rosie O'Donnell , whom the media are normally fascinated by if she breaks a toenail or says something about Donald Trump, but have chosen to largely ignore in the case of her public savaging of the official 9/11 story. The usual suspect Neo-Con websites have churned out their ad hominem hit pieces, including World Net Daily today, but there remains a relative media blackout in comparison with the widespread coverage garnered by Sheen a year ago.
Some have criticized a suggested inflated focus on celebrities being the torch bearers for the 9/11 truth movement, but the fact is that we can have a multitude of professors, physicists and experts on board and still not reach any new people who wouldn't otherwise have stumbled across this subject. The only way to stop preaching to the choir is to enlist individuals that already have a large media platform and are willing to use it to spark the interest of newcomers.
We live in a world where perception is reality and what people see on television, movies and popular culture becomes the accepted norm. The garbage that is ceaselessly pumped out by the architects of the zeitgeist is the primary reason why Americans and westerners in general are more dumb, fat, lazy and brainwashed than at any time in human history.
We need to seize the levers of this cultural monolith and use it to educate people or at least encourage them to think for themselves.
Charlie Sheen, Rosie O'Donnell and others have acted as the canary in the coal mine for this process and we fully anticipate a number of other worldwide famous artists, musicians, writers and performers to follow suit.
Who will be the next 9/11 superhero? Only time will tell but one thing is for certain - none of the great strides made by the 9/11 truth movement over the last 12 months could have been made without the completely altruistic and awe-inspiring bravery displayed by Charlie Sheen one year ago today by
risking his livelihood and reputation in the name of 9/11 truth