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Was Kurt Vonnegut A 9/11 Truther?
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Legendary author and cultural icon Kurt Vonnegut sadly died yesterday at the age of 84, seemingly before he was able to go public on his doubts about the official story behind 9/11 and join a cadre of other well-known personalities in lending support to the 9/11 Truth Movement.

After sending Vonnegut copies of his videos about 9/11 and government sponsored terror, Alex Jones received a personalized drawing back from Kurt and was in the process of setting him up for an appearance on his radio show before he became ill.

From all indications and other people Alex Jones had talked to, it seemed clear that Vonnegut was ready to add his name to the growing list of high profile public figures who have risked their reputations to slam the official 9/11 story.

Vonnegut had obviously come into contact with and researched the subject with the aid of Alex Jones' documentary films.

Vonnegut was certainly clued in to the fact that the political process in America is completely bought and paid for. In his final book, A Man Without a Country, Vonnegut noted that "no matter which one wins, we will have a Skull and Bones President," referring to the 2004 "election" between Bush and Kerry.

'Freedom' Lithograph sent to Alex Jones by Kurt Vonnegut. Print by Joe Petro III
The personalized drawing Kurt
Vonnegut sent Alex Jones
(click for enlargement).

In his final major speech at the Ohio State University just over a year ago, Vonnegut offered further insights on the Bush presidency, clarifying the fact that "The only difference between Bush and Hitler is that Hitler was elected."

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"You all know, of course, that the election was stolen. Right here,” Vonnegut told the audience.

Vonnegut was no stranger to the methods of dictators, he fought in World War 2 and was captured by German soldiers in Dresden in December 1944. The Nazis put Vonnegut to work collecting bodies for mass burial but there were too many corpses to bury so the Nazis simply sent in men with flamethrowers and burned the remains to ashes. Vonnegut was imprisoned in an underground meatpacking cellar known as Slaughterhouse Five, which later became the title of perhaps his most popular book.

Vonnegut was one of the Bush administration's harshest critics in his final years, using his razor sharp words to regularly slam the war in Iraq through his In These Times column.

"By saying that our leaders are power-drunk chimpanzees, am I in danger of wrecking the morale of our soldiers fighting and dying in the Middle East?" he wrote. "Their morale, like so many bodies, is already shot to pieces. They are being treated, as I never was, like toys a rich kid got for Christmas in December."

Everything was beautiful and nothing hurt
Vonnegut was a master of irony and wit, as demonstrated by this illustration from Slaughterhouse Five

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