Straight talking American icon Willie Nelson today told a national radio show that he thought the twin towers were imploded like condemned Las Vegas casino buildings, as the country music superstar forcefully voiced his doubts about the official 9/11 story.
Agreeing with host Alex Jones that he questioned the official story, Nelson elaborated, "I saw those towers fall and I've seen an implosion in Las Vegas - there's too much similarities between the two, and I saw a building fall that didn't get hit by nothing," added Nelson, referring to WTC Building 7 which collapsed in the late afternoon of September 11.
"How naive are we - what do they think we'll go for?," asked Nelson, pointing out that his doubts began on the very day of 9/11.
"I saw one fall and it was just so symmetrical, I said wait a minute I just saw that last week at the casino in Las Vegas and you see these implosions all the time and the next one fell and I said hell there's another one - and they're trying to tell me that an airplane did it and I can't go along with that," said Nelson.
Nelson is not the first celebrity to question the veracity of the terror attacks. As this press release notes, Ed Asner, Rosie O'Donnell, Martin Sheen, James Brolin, David Lynch and others have questioned what happened that day. There was also that Ron Paul newsletter about the 1993 attack on the World Trade Center.
But my favorite 9/11-conspiracy theory is that held by Eric Cartman, who believes the World Trade Center wasn't generally brought down by the Jews but by one Jew, his 9-year-old pal/nemesis Kyle Broflovski. But, as Stan states at the end of that episode, 9/11 was in fact perpetrated by "a bunch of pissed-off Muslims."