Meet the American Expat Trying to Raise $1.5 Million to ‘Recreate’ 9/11

(Sputnik) – Paul Salo, a 51-year-old self-described entrepreneur, doesn’t have much experience with the scientific method, nor does he, necessarily, believe that 9/11 was an inside job. But that’s not going to stop him from ramming a plane into a building to “find out what happens.”

In a video posted to his website, Salo stands on a riverfront of a Thai city, seeking donations to stage “9/11 Part 2,” in which he intends to fly an empty remote-controlled 747 aircraft into a high-rise building to observe the results of the crash.

Erdogan’s Law: Kurdish Parliament Members Stripped of Immunity

“The bill targets 130 members of parliament. A vast majority of them are members of the HDP (People’s Democratic Party of Turkey),” Xulam tells Loud and Clear, adding that he believes Erdogan will use this bill to give himself sole control of the Turkish government.

“So what you’re saying is that President Erdogan, who has been acting as the head of state, in order to consolidate his power, had to first deal with the HDP, which is mostly Kurdish with progressive people in it,” suggested host Brian Becker, adding that if the HDP were to remain a presence in parliament, “it would dilute Erdogan’s personal power,” and that explains why Erdogan “scuttled the ceasefire with the Kurds, resumed war in Southeastern Turkey and now is attempting to strip immunity from members of parliament who are associated with the HDP, so that they can be arrested put in jail.”

Crooked Cameron: British Prime Minister Ironically Hosts Corruption Summit

In what sounds like it must surely be an Onion article title, the British Prime Minister calls together world leaders to talk about cracking down the use of offshore tax havens and other corrupt practices.

Cameron’s political demise began in April when the International Consortium of International Journalists (ICIJ) and the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) began distributing documents, in cooperation with German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung, released the the Panama Papers, exposing a only sliver of the world of offshore tax havens used by billionaires and world leaders to mask their wealth.

The intentions of ICIJ and OCCRP, two organizations funded directly by notorious currency manipulator George Soros and his Open Society Foundation, in releasing the documents was to attack Russian leaders, despite a lack of evidence to corroborate their claims.