Message to Nathan Eccleston: Yes we do champion social networks for giving people a way to exercise their right to freedom of speech in a democracy, however, in practice please don’t actually express any opinions – just talk about what you had for breakfast and stuff like that

Nathan Eccleston is a professional footballer who plays for Liverpool FC.

This is the tweet he wrote about 9/11 a few days ago which had to be removed and is currently under investigation:

R.I.P all 9-11 victims my thoughts are with their family’s and all those that was affected by this tragic accident!

I ain’t going to say attack don’t let the media make u believe that was terrorist that did it. #OTIS.

(OTIS apparently stands for Only the Illuminati Succeed)

Here is the full story according to the BBC….

This is a made up example of the sort of tweet which is generally considered

acceptable for grown ups to write in this modern age.

OMFG! no proper milk for breakfast hving to use UHT eeewww! Wkd night last night proper hangover now tho. laters!

And this, ladies and gentlemen, is the official story of 9/11

which Mr Eccleston has expressed some doubts about.

Any questions?

(if so go here)

The End

Great! And now that that’s all cleared up, you can all now run along like good little children and go back to talking about your sports games at every spare moment of your waking lives.

After all, that is why we provide you with 24/7 sports entertainment distractions…

… to stop you being passionate about truth, freedom, your family and your children’s future and instead only ever be passionate about goals, transfers and referees’ decisions. (clever aren’t we!)

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