After Olympic involvement, Muse’s frontman Bellamy says he no longer questions 9/11
2012 09 25

From: NME.com



Muse’s Matt Bellamy has revealed that he no longer thinks the terrorist attacks which were carried out on the World Trade Center on September 11 were an "inside job".

Previously, the frontman had claimed that there was "massive evidence" to support theories that US authorities had either allowed the attacks to take place or had made them happen. In a 2006 interview with CMU, he stated: "There was a document called ’Project For The New America Century’... which clearly says, ’We need a Pearl Harbour-level event so we can have an excuse to invade the Middle East’."

Speaking to the Metro, however, Bellamy said that his political views were "more nuanced now" and that he no longer believed in conspiracy theories surrounding the tragedy.

He said:

I don’t believe that any more, although there are lots of questions to be answered.



He went on to add: "I still read a lot about political history, the influence of corporations and the military, but I make sure I’m reading from credible sources. I think my political views are a bit more nuanced now."

Discussing the band’s plans for their forthcoming tour dates, meanwhile, he revealed: "We have a symbolic upside-down pyramid suspended over us as we play. It will screen videos and images that relate to the songs. At some point, the pyramid will turn inside out and consume Dom ’s drum kit. Then Dom becomes a ninja who starts battling with corrupt businessmen… I’m serious. That’s not a joke."

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Matthew Bellamy lead singer of Muse is seen making what appears to be a triangle or pyramid hand sign which is believed to be a symbol of the illuminati as he sings "They Will Not Control Us" from the song "Uprising" at the 2011 Grammy Awards



Muse carried the Olympic flame on the leg between Torquay and Teignmouth








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