Originally posted by mister.old.school
(1) Lie #1 -- The "announcement" turned out to be a fairy-tale conversation originally presented as an actual conversation, "20 Minutes With The
I agree with you here. Yes, it was a big disappointment for most. As ridiculous as it might sound though, in "Alex's little world" it doesn't
change the fact that "He" still could have believed it was a biggest announcement ever.
(2) Deception #1 -- The eventual disclaimer is dishonest, and has been admittedly designed (by Mr. Sheen) to deceive.
I really have a hard time understanding how people could actually believe that this interview was REAL. Especially after reading this part:
"PBO – I have it Tivo’d on Air Force One. Nice break from the traveling press corps."
If anything, this event may have helped a lot of people realize how "Gullible" they can be. That might actually be a GOOD THING for some people to
learn about themselves. Then from this point forward they can apply a little more Common Sense which will help them be a little more careful as to
what they believe is real and what is obviously fiction.
(3) Lie #2 -- The excuse for not being able to add the all-important disclaimer has been proven to be a lie by several IT experts.
OMG, were ANY of these so called IT experts actually THERE in the same building in Austin, Texas when this Charlie Sheen letter was Uploaded to
Nope. Not sure why it is so hard to understand that it is very well "POSSIBLE" to have been an honest mistake. I truly don't see any reason to 100%
believe otherwise. Sure, it is possible it was on purpose. But it is also "POSSIBLE" that it was a MISTAKE. Since there is NO PROOF that can show
that it was NOT a mistake, I don't see any reason to believe otherwise.
(4) Lie #3 -- "Dozens" of media outlets are not carrying the story as has been originally claimed -- they're merely broadcasting the Jones press
release paid to appear on Reuters, etc.
Either way, he has still gotten lots of attention from "Dozens" of media outlets.
Yet alone TONS of attention from the "Alternative Media Outlets". Sounds like he has clearly been successful and has done a GOOD JOB at getting a
lot of ATTENTION for this Charlie Sheen letter to the President. Which is nothing more then a Clever story to help get the "Bullet Points" about
what really happened on 9/11 out there for lots of people to read.
(5) Deception #2 -- The fantasy interview is written in a dishonestly deceptive manner purposefully designed to fool people.
I already responded to this in your "Deception #1" post. Really, there is NO WAY people should have believed this was a real interview. Do people
really think Obama would have a 20 minute interview with Charlie Sheen about 9/11!!
(6) Deception #3 -- The horrible piece of fiction is promoted throughout the Jones web site universe, with graphic banners that include a picture of
Obama and Sheen, as "20 Minutes With The President," not the claimed "Open Letter To The President."
You obviously have missed the whole point of the "Open Letter" to the president that Charlie Sheen has written. However, many other people HAVE NOT
missed the point and can actually appreciate someone putting their Career and family on the line just to bring more awareness to the unanswered
questions surrounding 9/11. The brilliance of this letter is that all 20 "Bullet Points" that Charlie Sheen included in this letter have actual
LINKS to outside sources so that OTHER PEOPLE can do further research and learn about what really happened. As more people become aware, more of the
TRUTH about 9/11 starts to slowly leak out. We know a lot more today in 2009 then we did back in 2006. All from people simply becoming more aware and
[edit on 10-9-2009 by hero_25]