Grammy award winning comedian, actor says new investigation would be whitewash
Paul Joseph Watson
Monday, October 29, 2007
Grammy-winning American stand-up comedian, actor, and author George Carlin spoke of his doubts about the official 9/11 story during a recent appearance at Borders bookstore in New York City, just a few blocks away from ground zero.
Asked what he thought of the 9/11 truth movement and how Bill Maher’s show was interrupted by truthers last week, Carlin responded, “I always question the received reality.”
“The consensus reality is often intentionally misleading,” he added.
Asked if he would support a new investigation into 9/11, Carlin was skeptical, stating, “They don’t investigate themselves in this country – it would be a whitewash, it would be like the Kennedy thing, it would be like everything.”
“The people who are in charge do what they want and they will always do what they want, power does what it wants to and I wouldn’t trust an investigation,” Carlin concluded.
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Carlin was described by Comedy Central as the second greatest stand-up comedian of all time behind Richard Prior and is famous for his scathing black humor directed at American culture and the political climate.
During a recent appearance on Keith Olbermann’s MSNBC show, Carlin said that America was “finished” because “no one questions things anymore” and that the population had been bought off by distractions, toys and gizmos.
Watch a stand-up routine where Carlin slams the education system and talks about the true power system that controls America.