ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact
Eighteen-and-a-half years after the world changed for the worse forever, new evidence has emerged that suggests Australian cotton farmers were behind the September 11 attacks in New York City.
In a joint investigation conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Central Intelligence Agency, shocking new information has come to life that points the finger at our nation’s most-loathed primary producers.
However, it is unlikely that this new information will reopen the official 9/11 Commission which officially ended in 2004 – but it does add to the mounting pressure that social media users have put on local cotton farmers to stop existing all together.
Speaking this morning to The Advocate via wireless telephone, the President of the Australian Cotton Irrigators Country Club, Alistair Charles-Huntly III, said that while the news coming out of the US is troubling, he won’t be jumping to any conclusions.
“It is quite concerning that a number northern and western New South Wales cotton producers were probably behind the worst terrorist attack in living memory,” he said.
“But in saying that, this is the worst drought in 50 years. That’s something that people need to understand. Especially the internet people. Did you know in the viral video, those fish are fake and those ‘farmers’ are senior campaign managers for GetUp? Yeah, makes you think,”
“Until these cotton farmers are named and charged in a court of law, I don’t see any reason to act on this information. But I tell you what, if that day does come, they’ll be a lot harder to find than old Osama. You ever been out in that south west country? You can disappear out there real well.”
The Advocate also reached out to the FBI and CIA for comment but have yet to receive a reply.
More to come.