(SteveWatson) – Well known actor and comedian Hal Sparks has voiced his doubts on the official government story regarding the events of 9/11, adding that he supports the views and actions of the 9/11 Truth movement.
Friday, Feb 5th, 2010
During a fundraiser in New York, Sparks was interviewed by We Are Change activists Anthony from Ohio and Danny of New York.
Sparks reeled off detailed knowledge and facts surrounding the 9/11 cover up and the resulting wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, revealing himself to be very well informed on the issue.
“You have a real issue with the facts when there’s nineteen hijackers and five or seven of them are still alive. That in and of itself grinds the official story to a halt.” Sparks commented, in reference to the revelation shortly after 9/11 that was reported on by the BBC and other news organisations.
“Building 7, there’s no way that wasn’t detonated,” Sparks added. “Everybody knows it, nobody wants to talk about it, except for the people who from an architectural standpoint or an engineering point of view just go ‘there’s no other way this building came down’. Nothing fell on it, there was not enough fire, end of story. Buildings don’t fall like that, that’s just stupid.”
“The interesting thing is that the vast majority of people in the country are on your side of it, in regard to at the very least what we were told is horse #*!@.” he said.
“It’s a much more commonly held belief, it’s not shocking, and the only time they use it as a shocking point is on the news when they want to come after somebody. The truth is the rest of the country is all sitting around watching youtube videos until 3 in the morning going ‘uh yeah that is kind of a point’!”. Sparks urged.
Speaking about the fallout of 9/11, Sparks moved to the invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan:
“We invaded Iraq because we set that guy up. He was one of our CIA stooges for a long time, then he was going to change the money in the oil trade from dollars to euros.” he said in reference to Saddam Hussein.
“Afghanistan – similar problems, because there’s a natural gas pipeline they were going to put through there, there’s an oil pipeline and there’s gold in the hills.” Sparks said.
“You have a responsibility, I think, to at least look deeper.” Sparks stated, quantifying his comments.
“You don’t have to go all the way down the rabbit hole with some people, but you also can’t stick your head in the sand.” the actor added.
The TV favourite and star of Spiderman 2 also commented on the co-opting of the tea party movement by Glenn Beck and his attempts to demonize 9/11 truth activists.
“Asking me my opinion of what Glenn Beck thinks about any particular serious issue is like asking me what the character Jim Ignatowski on the show Taxi thinks about very serious issues.” Sparks commented.
Sparks follows in the footsteps of other notable public figures who have spoken out in support of 9/11 Truth such as Charlie Sheen, Willie Nelson, Daniel Sunjata and Jesse Ventura to name but a few.
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