Russel Brand joins Charlie Sheen, David Icke in 911 poser

Russel Brand, controversial but a very colorful figure in the world of the arts...
Russel Brand, controversial but a very colorful figure in the world of the arts…

Russel Brand, controversial, but the colorful British actor has created yet another havoc that has exposed the close-mindedness of the Americans and the West when it comes to questioning everything that you are being told.
According to Daily Mail, New Yorkers have reacted furiously to Russell’s admission that he is ‘open-minded’ about whether the United States was behind the 9/11 attacks. <!more–>
Brand suggested he would not be surprised that George W. Bush could be the person behind the attacks.
He said he did not trust the American government, and the relationship that it has with the Bin Laden family, calling it a very interesting relationship that the two families has had for a long time.
The comedian, who is 39, expressed his doubts about America in a BBC Newsnight interview to presenter Evan Davis on comments in his new book, Revolution.
In the book, he he describes the 9/11 attacks on the Twin Towers in New York as ‘controlled’, and said one has to remain open minded to any kind of possibility.
He also said the Ottawa attacks, where a Muslim convert allegedly attacked the Parliament, was overdone by the BBC.
‘What I do think is very interesting is the way that even the BBC report the events in Ottawa to subtly build an anti-Islamic narrative. I think that’s very interesting,’ said Brand.
Brand has now joined a list of actors who spoke of their mistrust of the US government with regards the 911 events.
In 2006, actor Charlie Sheen questioned the official 9/11 story, calling for a truly independent investigation.
The rank of highly regarded individuals who has gone public grew since 2003, as a result of the disastrous American invastion of Iraq that failed to produce any evidence of weapons of mass destruction (WMD).
The Iraq war opened the way for many figures to doubt the US government on whether it was telling the truth over its foreign policy actions, and about the 911 events.
Other prominent figures who voiced their doubts against the US include former presidential advisor and CIA analyst Ray McGovern, the father of Reaganomics and former Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury Paul Craig Roberts, BYU physics Professor Steven Jones, former German defense minister Andreas von Buelow, former MI5 officer David Shayler, former Blair cabinet member Michael Meacher, former Chief Economist for the Department of Labor during President George W. Bush’s first term Morgan Reynolds and David Icke.
Icke believes that the world is being run by a race of child-sacrificing, shape-shifting, reptilian aliens — and thousands of people seem to believe him.
He was forced to flee the spotlight 20 years ago — after he declared on a BBC chat show that he was the son of God.
The TV star from the 1980s, and his followers that the Babylonian Brotherhood runs the world and the Queen and George W Bush are among the race of reptiles and this elite group organised terror attacks like 9/11 and the Oklahoma bombing.

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