Gut Rumbles

May 07, 2006

my need to share

Because I'm such a giving kind of guy, I am compelled to share something with you. It's an Amazon review of the movie United 93, written by an obviously deranged individual a thoughtful conspiracy theorist.

This guy really is gonna be pissed when he discovers that his phone is tapped by Karl Rove.

Reviewer: Tom M. Sweeney (Las Cruces, NM) - I see reviews of people praising this movie as a "herioc" moment in Americas history. The truth could not be farther from it.

People in American need to wake up, this kind of propoganda is being fed to the US daily, this movie is nothing more than a lie to back up the "official" government story.

Why did experts on the site of the United 93 describe it as looking as though "someone had dug a ditch, and dropped scrap metal in it".

Why did the official corener on the scene report no blood being seen or gathered?

Why was United 93 reported as landing at an airport, and having the passengers evacuated.

Why did United 93 remain listed as an active airliner, after the 2 jets used in the WTC attacks were removed?

How were passangeres on board the plane able to make cell phone calls when experts have concluded such calls would have a next to the nothing % chance of going through. And why would America Airlines later spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to make it possible to use cell phones in airliners? Because the calls from the airline on 9/11 were lies.

Simple research will tell you the truth.


Our United States Of America was founded because the pilgrams were tired of the leader ship of the King. They stood up against what they knew was wrong. If every person out there, refuses to argue with the governments side of the story, we are letting down the people that died to let this country exsist.

Do not become another blind follwer of propoganda, do proper research yourselves, and the truth will shine upon you.

Do not support this movie.

That's right. DO NOT become another blind follower "follwer" of propaganda.

Just listen to those screaming voices inside your head.


geez, what a f*cking lunatic ...
people like that always confuse me because i'm never sure whether i should run as far away as possible or kick the living f*cking dung out of them. ~skeevy~
may g*d protect me from ever stumbling into the middle of a moonbat rally ... i can't always accept quite so serenely the stuff i cannot change.

Posted by: erica on May 7, 2006 12:06 PM

It's clear this guy was one of the subjects studied by research organizations in France and the U.K. They both reached the same conclusion about the left wingers around the world. Their finding: What drives the left?
Schizophrenia, a long-term mental disorder involving delusions and a derailed sense of reality, disrupts people's ability to see the "context" of events, a key part of common sense, said Emmanuel Mellet, one of the researchers. ...

Fits 99% of the left wingers i know. I'm more scared of the people that call themselves democrats than all of the terrorists in the world. The terrorists are not nearly as dangerous to as many people in the U.S. Makes me glad to be over 65 and will only have to fight the shooting civil war that will start in 2009 for a few years. I listened to the idiot Peloshi today and believe it folks, these idiots will bring on a shooting war right here in the U.S. That's their plan, why else have they tried to disarm the American public the past few years. Fortunetly 99.9% of the active and retired military will fight against them.

Posted by: Scrapiron on May 7, 2006 02:38 PM

The comments of the goofball left on Amazon mirror those of that film "Loose Change" (or something to that effect). You can find it on Google video.

I've watched it because I find conspiracy plots fascinating, not ebcause I lend any real creadence to em. Besides, this one was

Posted by: Mrite on May 7, 2006 04:08 PM

"corener," "propoganda," "passangeres," "pilgrams??"


Posted by: steevil (Dr Weevil's bro Steve) on May 7, 2006 04:12 PM

Obviously time for a new tin foil hat for that guy.

Posted by: unmisinformed on May 7, 2006 05:41 PM

I read that review earlier this morning. I noticed at that time his/her/its review was 0 for 21 in "was this review helpful to you" or whatever the vote is.

Poor thing probably had a conniption when he/she/it read that we thought the review was crap.

Posted by: ScottG on May 7, 2006 05:51 PM

But the screaming voices are telling me to eradicate that guy's genes from the pool. Should I still listen?

Posted by: Barb on May 7, 2006 05:54 PM

"Obviously time for a new tin foil hat for that guy."

I think the one he's wearing is a little too tight...

Posted by: BobG on May 7, 2006 06:29 PM

Ignore the moonbat reviews. By all means, go to the Amazon site and read the reviews. All of them. Some are particularly interesting, like that of the man who saw the movie in France, in a predominately muslim audience. (They watched in stunned silence. Some wept.) Another review, a positive one by a muslim, gives a unique insight.

The quality of the writing is extraordinary. It is rare that the "man in the street" rises to such eloquence. Some lines are quotable: It was Thermopylae. It was the Alamo. It was like nothing that has happened before in human history.Review after review conclude with a strong recommendation to see the film. I am going to take them up on it.

Posted by: Ernie G on May 7, 2006 06:44 PM

We might ask Mr. Sweeney;
Why have you failed to provide any references, links, or citations for your wild claims?

Could it be that you are from the Joseph Goebbels school of Popular Enlightenment? Or do you just work for Al Gore?

The Israelis have two words to remember; "Never Again!"

American airline passengers also have two words; "Let's Roll!"

Together they say "Never again will an airliner be flown into a target. Bring it on boxcutter boys."

Posted by: Ivan Ivanovich on May 7, 2006 08:46 PM

There is hope. I saw that review earlier today with 84 finding it unhelpful to zero finding it useful.
I wonder what this moonbat thinks after seeing his score.

Posted by: Peter on May 7, 2006 09:00 PM

about the cellphone calls: the passengers could have instead used the airlines cellphones on the back of the passenger seats to make calls others have already explained. But there's a bigger question that remains about the hijacked flights....why isn't the FFA or whomever, not releasing the flight data, or claiming that some of the flight boxes weren't found, and why whatever flight tapes that were found were shredded? Whatever info that the gov't has to itself, the gov't refused to release it to the families of the passengers who perished on the flights, accordingly because it would have interfered with the Moussaui trial. Now that Moussaui is already sentenced, the gov't is stil withholding the info. Those planes were making all kind of curly cues in the skies, and once their flight transponders were switched off, the usual procedure is for Air Force jets to be deployed to check the situation out. You're a writer should take a look into it for us. Personally, I don't see a conspiracy behind the events, but the gov't actions are screwy.

Posted by: RONW on May 7, 2006 09:11 PM

Holy shit... what a frickin' loon.

Posted by: That 1 Guy on May 8, 2006 01:46 AM

Just shows to go ya, smoking one's underwear before sitting down at the keyboard is not adviseable.

Posted by: jMike on May 8, 2006 06:49 AM

Apparently there is no requirement that you be able to spell in order to be a radical idiot. Shame really... that would keep the background noise to a dull roar...

Posted by: John V. on May 8, 2006 08:25 AM

Clearly not enough foil in his hat...

Posted by: FLorida Bill on May 8, 2006 11:59 AM

$10 says this fuck is a middle school English teacher.

Posted by: Sticky B on May 8, 2006 09:55 PM

I suggest you read here - the 9/11 category.

Posted by: Surfie on May 9, 2006 02:44 PM

Seemingly "Random" Quotation marks?
Apeshit punctuation?!!!?!???11oneleven11!?
-... oddly missing

Your journey is not yet completed, young Padewan...

Posted by: Yogimus on May 9, 2006 09:23 PM
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