I cannot find an abridged version of his stand up routine, but his comments come between the 3.15 and 6.45 mark are quite interesting. Particularly the comment about survival and cooperating with unsavory people who are "the kind of guys you don't want in your home". He goes on to say he is cooperating with the US government for his survival.
This was very out of character for George, with some of his most powerful quotes being anti government sentiment. Including my favorite:
"I have certain rules I live by. First rule is; I don't believe anything the government tells me" (i wanted to post that as an 8 sec video but apparently there are too many media files in this post )
He has shown later in life (when he was unaware he was being filmed) that he does not believe in the 9/11 official fairy-tale.
So I am looking for comments as to who or what was George referring to in the opening 2001 stand up routine. It's fairly easy to dismiss any comments by a comedian as, well, comedy, but not with George. I have not seen a routine by him that backs away from the truth until this one. As stated above, why would George be so out of character about this one issue, while eluding to unsavory people and personal survival?
Edited by Professor Buzzkill, 09 January 2014 - 10:33 PM.