posted on Sep, 9 2009 @ 02:23 PM
I wasn't offended because at first view, I thought it was nothing more than a mockery of 9/11 and in this day and age, people often have little
respect for anything and are willing to make a joke out of anything.
After watching it a third time, noticing the message, it seems to be an environmental propaganda video and by comparing the 9/11 attack which killed
3000 to a tsunami and THEN saying respect nature and the earth, it is lessening or deadening the effect of the 9/11 attack due to the fact that the
earth itself can cause more devastating tragedies, hence conserve it, respect it junk. Again, it mocks 9/11 attack and in doing that, it also make
Man and his evil actions rather pathetic compared to Nature - so, whether you believe 9/11 to be done by the gov. or terrorists - both are inferior to
nature and you should be more sad about nature-caused tragedies, than man-made ones. It is promoting the strength of Nature over Man, Nature over Man
essentially in all aspects of life. For Nature to strive, Man must die.
This, like Micheal Crichton once stated, is a part of this rise of environmentalism as a religion. Environmentalism should be something we all want
to do, not this multi million dollar industry that the government plans to expand through propaganda videos like this, UNFAIR taxes, and restructuring
how people see the world and especially Man compared to Nature.
So, don't act surprise, people. Don't be surprise when 9/11 is further made meaningless through bull[bleep]ing videos like this. It is a propaganda
video. Nothing more, nothing less.