Posted by: boomerangcomesback | January 22, 2014

A 9/11 truth Super Bowl?

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Peter Chiarelli, who had just finished his term as the Army’s vice chief of staff, visited Peter Carroll at the Seattle Seahawks headquarters.

“Rome had its gladiators. The Aztecs had their epic human sacrifices. But in all the annals of bloody spectacle, nothing has ever drawn a crowd like America’s biggest annual event: The Super Bowl.

In 2011, 111 million people watched the Super Bowl, making it the most-viewed television program in US history.

American football, unlike European football, is a violent, militaristic game. The gist: Two teams of eleven muscular men in plastic armor pummel each other into oblivion as they march up and down the field capturing territory while trying to penetrate each others’ “end zone.”

The game rose with the military-industrial society it represents. American football surpassed the gentler sport of baseball as America’s national pastime during the post-World War II years of US imperial expansion.

Normally, the Super Bowl – with its ritual militarized violence and crass, tasteless, often downright perverse advertisements – represents American culture at its worst. But this year’s Super Bowl, scheduled for February 2nd, will have one redeeming feature: It will put the national spotlight on the rise of the 9/11 truth movement.

The Seattle Seahawks, who will be playing the Denver Broncos for the championship, are coached by a 9/11 truther, Pete Carroll. This fact has already begun to astonish the middlebrow world of mainstream American football audiences.

The sports blogosphere is already spilling over with outraged headlines:

“Is Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll a 9/11 Truther?”

“Report: Pete Carroll May Be 9/11 Truther”

“Pete Carroll seeks truth about 9/11 from four-star general”

“Pete Carroll, 9/11 Conspiracy Theorist”

What did Pete Carroll do to achieve such notoriety?

Last spring, Carroll grilled four-star general, Peter Chiarelli – who had just retired as the US Army’s Vice Chief of Staff – about whether 9/11 was an inside job. Carroll expressed skepticism about whether an airliner really hit the Pentagon, and apparently also remarked on the obvious controlled demolition of World Trade Center Building 7, and the only slightly less-obvious explosive demolitions of the Twin Towers: “Every 9/11 conspiracy theory you can think of, Pete asked about,” said Riki Ellison, an ex-football player turned military advocate who was present at the meeting.

Gen. Chiarelli was understandably annoyed by Carroll’s questions about 9/11. Obviously the general could not publicly deviate from the official story of 9/11 without endangering his career – and perhaps his life. So Carroll was basically forcing Chiarelli to lie. By confronting Chiarelli about the all-too-obvious 9/11 inside job – the biggest barrel of political dynamite in US history – Pete Carroll became an honorary member of We Are Change, an activist group that specializes in guerrilla video “interviews” with suspected 9/11 cover-up criminals and traitors.

What Carroll did to Chiarelli was exactly what We Are Change members repeatedly did to Rudy Giuliani when the former New York mayor was running for president. Everywhere Giuliani went, he was met by We Are Change activists with video cameras asking: “Since you have admitted that you knew in advance that the Twin Towers were going to ‘collapse,’ why didn’t you warn the firefighters?” Those brave 9/11 truth activists changed history by forcing Giuliani to drop his presidential bid. Without them, we probably would already have been led into World War III by President Giuliani.

Pete Carroll is not the only American football celebrity who has championed 9/11 truth. Another patriotic athlete, Mark Stepnowski, first spoke out for 9/11 truth in 2007.

Carroll and Stepnowski are presumably just the tip of the iceberg. It seems likely that the majority of NFL players know, or at least suspect, that 9/11 was an inside job. Though this may seem counter-intuitive, since athletes are stereotyped as being stupid and authoritarian, the reality is that NFL players have to be smart and capable of thinking for themselves to rise to the professional level.

The fact that most NFL players are African-American also contributes to the likelihood that many favor 9/11 truth. Polls have shown that roughly one-third of Americans – 36% in a well-known Scripps poll – think it likely that 9/11 was an inside job. In the African-American community, which understands the evil the US government is capable of, the figure is undoubtedly much higher.

By coming out publicly for 9/11 truth, Pete Carroll has joined some of America’s most popular celebrities: Musicians Willie Nelson, Harry Belafonte, Mos Def, Eminem, Jadakiss, Immortal Technique, Henry Rollins, and Richie Havens; actors Peter Coyote, Ed Asner, Charlie Sheen, Martin Sheen, Roseann Barr, Sharon Stone, and Michael Moore; and two of America’s most critically-acclaimed filmmakers, David Lynch and Richard Linklater, all of whom are among the thousands of notables and experts listed at

Pete Carroll’s reputation as a fearless 9/11 truth-seeker will be the talk of many an American dinner table as Super Bowl XLVII approaches. As the blogosphere drives the topic into public consciousness, the mainstream media will be forced to cover the issue.

Carroll will be too busy preparing for the big game to allow such talks to distract him. But when more than 100 million Americans sit down to watch Coach Carroll’s Seattle Seahawks play the Denver Broncos on Sunday, February 2nd, the 9/11 truth issue will be on many minds.

Rest assured: No marching band will re-enact the controlled demolition of Building 7 during halftime. Nor will Mos Def, Eminem, Immortal Technique and Jadakiss rap “Bush knocked down the Towers” – though such a halftime show be even more scandalously memorable than the inadequacies of Janet Jackson’s wardrobe. And if Seattle wins, don’t expect Coach Carroll to scream out on live on Fox TV: “This one’s for the truthers!”

Super Bowl XLVII will not offer a final, decisive victory for 9/11 truth. But thanks to the courage of Seattle coach Pete Carroll, it will help push this critically-important issue into the national limelight. If, some day in the not-so-distant future, the historical record is officially corrected, national policy adjusted, and a modicum of justice achieved, one of the people we will have to thank will be an unusually gutsy professional football coach named Pete Carroll”.

Dr. Kevin Barrett, a Ph.D. Arabist-Islamologist, is one of America’s best-known critics of the War on Terror. Dr. Barrett has appeared many times on Fox, CNN, PBS and other broadcast outlets, and has inspired feature stories and op-eds in the New York Times, the Christian Science Monitor, the Chicago Tribune, and other leading publications. Dr. Barrett has taught at colleges and universities in San Francisco, Paris, and Wisconsin, where he ran for Congress in 2008. He is the co-founder of the Muslim-Christian-Jewish Alliance, and author of the books Truth Jihad: My Epic Struggle Against the 9/11 Big Lie (2007) and Questioning the War on Terror: A Primer for Obama Voters (2009). His website is More articles by Dr. Barrett



  1. It’s sounds pretty good until you look at the depth of the scandals in the NCAA. Carroll is no stranger to this with his stint at USC. He is a good defensive strategist and there may be a deeper reason for his position.

    Curiously I wonder how the offer for the Seattle job lured him into a return to the NFL. As the author outs out, there is a connection to footballers and gladiators from the old days of Army/Navy. I suspect the reason and movement of Carroll has relevance to the Military Complex and recruiting arm that is NCAA.

    Like USC, UCLA, Colorado, Washington, Nebraska and too many others before them, the lesson learned is that when you as a coach, have learned that winning by any means is the ticket to big NFL jobs. Ask Kiffin, Neuheisel, JoPa and the rest. They would tell you on their death beds.

    The corruption in the NCAA and the system itself constitutes Rome slave trading, gladiatorial sacrifice and criminal money laundering. But it’s a part of the IMC’s reach into the university system looking for talent for DoD enrichment and if the elites can make a buck on game fixing and outright fraud, well that’s the TRIAD and redistribution of wealth. Everyone on the take? Absolutely. Ask yourself in millions of dollars if you wouldn’t go on the take. (be honest)

    As for Carroll personally, I cannot endorse him or confer trust in the Holyrood crew the author mentions in his piece. It forms the archetypal “Limited Hangout” where disclosure by celebrity makes you think you are “winning” So When Celebrityhoods speak 911 truth, I can only grant them a diploma from idiot to student of the universal university. If they lose their scholarship, wealth and the perks because of it, I will graduate them maxima cum laude.

    As Charlie Sheen said “Winning” is the key. If Carroll loses the Superbowl and his job, then I may revisit this hangout again and look to Pete’s next move. I expect many must think I am the most negative blogger when it comes to these (+)positive frequencies but I look into the magnetic scalars for the truth. Carroll may be genuine, but I remain grounded.

    • ” I expect many must think I am the most negative blogger when it comes to these (+)positive frequencies but I look into the magnetic scalars for the truth. Carroll may be genuine, but I remain grounded.”

      I surely do not think you are negative in any way, completely understand and agree, re-freshing and positive actually. : ) Controlled resistance is becoming very much more apparent to me, proof is in the pudd(y)ing! HAHA

      ” If they lose their scholarship, wealth and the perks because of it, I will graduate them maxima cum laude.”

      Bang on!

  2. I don’t think you’re being negative. On the contrary, you are positively trying to uncover the truth. The truth is that we really don’t know what is in the hearts of others. I usually doubt people until they have earned my trust, and this is especially true for public figures. When it comes to public figures that speak out against the establishment, it is wise to dig beneath the surface. I was happy to learn about Pete Carroll, but I will remain skeptical, just like I am with everybody. I do appreciate the attention he is generating toward 9/11 though!

    • I always liked Pete C., since I’m from NE & he was the coach of the Patriots. He wasn’t much favoured there at all. He was deemed too wimpy….too ‘nice’! I just read him as highly intelligent, and I think he’s sincere in his questioning of 9/11.
      Doing my best to avoid everything to do with this much hyped event, and anything to do with this horrid “sport”.
      Was successful this year, but just saw the “truther” outburst this morning. After the initial seconds of “yay, someone got through”, Then my natural suspicions surfaced….since I know ppl only get through for a REASON. Wondering what the reason is that he might have been “allowed” through to make his truther statement.

  3. maybe if he gets to wear a championship ring he will feel more free/impowered to really speak his mind on the subject. One can hope……………GO Hawks!!

  4. so the one shooting that seems (at first early glance) to be a good ol , honest to god, “i’m pissed and wanna kill you” happens in “my” mall. Columbia Maryland. Not that i stepped foot in it in years, but live about 2 miles away.
    Further crazy shit may come out, and it did seem to have a very speedy response from local state AND federalaleez….(drill feel) but may well just be love gone wrong. damn, what kind of draconian overreach could a spurned romantic inspire?

    • Hey CR! Am interested in delving into your Md Mall shooting. From the outset it sounded like the typical staged event. I haven’t had time to look at it at all but intend to do
      so. Maybe you could do an article on it based on the fact that you only live 2 miles away and could possibly find some interesting tidbits from your local papers/news shows?

  5. I have no stake in the Super Bowl other than watching the half time show and the commercials for illuminati symbolism. I still am an Eagles fan even though it’s probably all fixed bs. That seems to be the one conditioning I haven’t broken. ha.

    However, after reading this about Pete, i will be rooting for the Seahwaks, just on principle. Also be anxious to see, as PD points out what develops from it, regarding 9/11 truth, either way 😉

    • Hi you 🙂

      • Hey you back ❤

  6. Great to see and read you guys. I have been overwhelmed lately and sorely miss the time away. I pray you are all well and safe.

    • Overwhelmed … how well I know of that which you speak Patrick! Next Friday my sister and I are attending a fight Agenda 21 meeting “in our town”. It’s hosted by the John Birch Society. My how my outlook on things has changed !

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