Monday, April 9, 2007

9/11 Truth Movement Accused of Anti-Senilism After Broadcast

Nursing homes demand 9/11 Truth Movement leader Kevin Barrett step down from radio show – Al Sharpton demands media repeat racist, age-discriminatory remarks hourly to “get the nasty words out"– Media web sites race to post podcasts of offending broadcast – 9/11 Truthers afluff.

(BNN – April 9, 2007 – New York, NY) – Kevin Barrett’s remarks on his radio show last Wednesday might well have gone unnoticed except for the carefully trained ear of Al Sharpton and his supporters from nursing homes nationwide. For Sharpton, it was the last straw, calling Barrett’s remarks ‘racist’ and ‘diabolical.” He then played the controversial remarks from Barrett’s radio show.

Charges of Anti-Senilism have dogged the 9/11 Truth Movement for years.

Barrett remarked on his radio show in apparent nonchalance that, “…even if the 1,850,000 figure of nursing home beds is correct, which it very well may be, I have grown agnostic on that after studying the Big Lies of AANH and those *****pid **ue-**ired ****nies1 – I would still have to characterize the demographics of the aged as it is taught in the US as a hideously destructive myth.”

Sharpton responded forcefully, “This is not some unemployed actor like Michael Richards. This is an established figure, allowed to use the airwaves for age-related and racist remarks. He has fully discredited the young, middle-class honkies that make up the 9/11 Truth Movement.”

1Unlike mainstream media outlets, BNN does not repeat politically incorrect remarks that are the cause of the controversy on which we are reporting.

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