It's likely to be a tense day of pro wrestling style theater in Washington D.C. Much like the Iron Sheik and Hulk Hogan in an obviously staged showdown, we have a real life version scheduled to take place today in the nation's Capitol, with Muslims gathering to take seriously the government's ridiculous story about how hijackers pulverized three skyscrapers with two planes, creating pools of molten metal reaching temperatures jet fuel has never been able to reach either before or since then. Not to be shown up, bikers across the country are putting on their favorite costumes and bringing their trademark brand of prepackaged masculinity to the Capitol, to remind everyone that there is still a frightening number of people in this country who simply are not emotionally or intellectually developed enough to seriously examine the attacks of 9/11.
Rather than being a genuine religious call for peace and restraint by Muslims, or a proud display of patriotism from bikers, the true nature of the event seems to be an almost open celebration of willful ignorance by people with significant mental deficiencies. This is by no means the first time corporate media has instigated a crude, emotionally charged event in Washington D.C with the unspoken intention of reinforcing the dying government myth of 9/11. From Glenn Beck's 2009 "9/12" march, to Jon Stewart's 2010 rally to restore political timidity, there has been a steady emergence of these carnival-like events at the nation's Capitol, all with a consistent theme. That common theme, of course, is unflinching acceptance of a blatantly false myth regarding how 9/11 happened and who made it happen. Despite how hard these groups of dupes and actors work to contrast themselves from one another, this theme is pervasive from all angles.
These pseudo-events serve a dual purpose, however, of associating the now mainstream 9/11 truth movement with Islam and therefore terrorism. Even news outlets often touted as counterpoints to controlled corporate media, such as breitbart.com, have helped promote the utterly mindless idea that using logic to question the 9/11 fable is somehow a very Muslim activity:
"What's now being billed as the Million American March Against Fear on 9/11/13 didn't start out that way and many of the individuals affiliated with the Muslim group AMPAC have been characterized as anti-Semites and 9-11 truthers."
- Dan Riehl, breitbart.com
So roughly 50 years after biker culture was formed out of the aftermath of Vietnam, we find these misguided costume wearing man-children being used to support the same criminals who gave rise to the very circumstances which formed this counterculture in the first place.