Thursday, February 21, 2008

Why Willie?

Everything seemed normal that day. Children were learning American history in their private schools, mothers were preparing supper.
The terror alert was high, but for the most part, America was blooming and her vast countryside had been comforted with dustings of snow the night before. But in Austin, Texas, on February 4th, something was terribly wrong.
A piece of Americana which had been suffering for years on end, was finally showing signs of its death. That mid-morning, once-legendary country once-icon Willie Nelson outed himself.
As a 9/11 Truther.
Years before Nelson called in to Alex Jones' three hate-filled hours of what passes for entertainment, he had been on the decline, appearing in pro-drug films such as "Half Baked," and fraternizing with liquor-soaked wench Randi Rhodes.
The Freedom Brothers suppose it was only a matter of time.
Nelson, vomiting through a telephone to Alex Jones, said of the avenged-tragedy that was September the 11th: "I saw those towers fall and I've seen an implosion in Las Vegas. There's too much similarities between the two. And I saw the building fall that didn't get hit by nothing...So, how naive are we, you know, what do they think we'll go for?"
Nelson appeared on Alex Jones' show again, to say he was talking about the tragic Building 7 collapse when he talked of a tower "that didn't get hit by nothing."
Freedom Eagle is repulsed by this once-icon of country music. Ron Paulians are like a plague, snatching up even the most rational of us. They have taken advantage of this icon, knowing he has been suffering the effects of his old age, and used him as a pawn in their game. 
They are attempting to use us all. 
Freedom Eagle knows that the Ron Paul supporters, the abortionists, the 60s radicals, the dope-peddlers, the fiends and the hoodlums want to live in an anarchistic war zone, where children are killed for sport and Stalin's portrait hangs from the St. Louis arch. 
They won't stop until we've got the cold barrel of a semi-automatic to the backs our heads, reciting Islamic poetry, watching our Christian brothers and sisters being gunned down, one by one, sent into mass graves. 
We live in a world where 9/11 Truther Ron Paul is given the respect to debate with American heroes. What, I ask, have we become?
9/11: Never Forget.

No comments: