Rage Against The Machine and Outkast Bombs over Baghdad Anti Taliban Pro US Music Video 9 11 2001

September 11th Video Montage. I made when I was 17 years old on October 15 2001. The video was distributed thousands of times throughout the underground “Kazaa P2P file sharing network” This video was made, immediately folling the terrorist attacks, during the period intense nationalism and desire for revenge. War seemed imminent just as we were about to go into Afghanistan, and subsequently Iraq. (As this video and the Outkast song seem to predict.) The video is really rough, but it reflects how my 17 year old self reacted and felt in the period after September 11th.
Video Rating: 2 / 5

13 Replies to “Rage Against The Machine and Outkast Bombs over Baghdad Anti Taliban Pro US Music Video 9 11 2001”

  1. Which is exactly why I picked it. It was OPPOSITE. Now, 10 years later, it seems ODDLY appropriate. Would you agree? BTW I am anti war, I’m 27 now, I Was a 17 year old kid when I made the video you guys are critiquing, just keep that in mind…

  2. I made this video, and years later I agree, you have to remember this was made in the weeks following the terrible fear in the aftermath of 9/11, we were still blinded by our dark masters, but as time goes on things become clear.

  3. Just to clarify, the Taliban is a very evil group, but they did not have a direct part in 9/11, that was that Motherfucker Osama Bin Laden and the fuckin Al-Queda who had the direct part. I’m not trying to correct you I just want to clarify it wasnt really the Taliban

  4. Using this music as the background for a war montage is insane. If you knew anything at all about these artists (especially RATM) you would know that goes against everything they stand for.

  5. Is this supposed to be pro-war or something? Because this song isn’t promoting war on Iraq at all and Outkast are anti-war. Rage against the machine have similar views too…so I don’t really get this video? 9/11 was an inside job.

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