posted on Sep, 14 2009 @ 06:11 AM
Good evening (it is for me!) everyone. This is my first post on the ATS forums and hopefully one of many more to come. I look forward to learning a
lot of new diverse credible and above all intriguing information as well as sharing it. I belong to no religion or political orginization and
consider myself completely independent and free-minded. I believe in truth, fact, credibility and open-mindedness. You may call me Mav, in fact I
would prefer it.
Fellow Ats members and viewers, I as well as most of you are aware of the current Charlie Sheen exposition and campaign regarding the truth movement
surrounded 9/11 and its incredibly suspicious circumstances of events.
I am an avid watcher of CNN (hush... I am fully capable of filtering information from any bias and am aware who owns the organizations etc.) and I
would like to recognize the fact that I have seen NOT ONE MINUTE of coverage regarding this. I have seen other networks cover it including fox, i
believe nbc, and ET. Why is this? MORE INTERESTINGLY ... Just now i have seen that BIN LADEN HAS "RELEASED A NEW TAPE" and the CNN tag line for it
is that the Osama Bin Laden tape aims to " remind Obama and America of the causes of 911 happening". I find this to be a bit more than 'odd
timing' considering the Charlie Sheen investigation/protest is now gaining potentially viral attention.
Please let me know what you guys think.
As a side note... I am not sure if any of you enjoy the music Coldplay, but... If you are/aren't I thought you guys might enjoy this piece of an
article I found while researching lyrics. I hope you guys loathe O'Reilly as much as I.
"Coldplay vocalist Chris Martin revealed that the band wrote the first line and the first little melody of the song years ago but did not finish it
until 2007. Martin told Rolling Stone magazine that lyrics from the song about "a carnival of idiots on show" and how a "fox became God" were a
commentary on Fox News. "One day I was watching Bill O'Reilly, and I was like, 'I know how to finish that song. My best friend, Tim ... was
having trouble with his boss, and it made me think that so many people spend their lives being told what to do by people that they just don't like.
So it was that idea, and watching Bill O'Reilly, and all these words just came out.""