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galexander
04-11-2010, 09:12 AM
:eek:One reason people have a difficulty in general with the subject of organised crime, and this is in addition to the fear that these gangs could victimize yourself as well, is that organized crime is often associated with a specific 'culture'.

In the society we live in today we have all been conditioned not to criticize cultures we do not specifically belong to ourselves.

I was reading a book on organized crime the other day by Alan Block, a professor of law at the Penn State University, "East Side - West Side: Organizing Crime in New York", and he uses the terms 'society' and 'culture' in relation to the organized crime phenomena but unfortunately doesn't give further explanation.

One interpretation is that the criminal culture at times also represents a 'subculture' which is therefore a counter trend to conservative and liberal mainstream society.

Look at the music industry for example which must represent the epitome of youth culture/counter culture. How many songs in the charts at the moment can you think of whose lyrics are riddled with innuendos suggesting that 'ganstas is cool!' or appear to be almost openly advertising the sex industry or drug use?

And this is the very same music our kids are listening to, the generation of the future.

Many of the Mafia bosses were cool dudes in their youthful days complete with cool shades, fast women and living the very same lifestyle idealized by the music industry.

But arguably it isn't just the music industry that is to blame but the film industry as well.

The rich profits organised crime rakes in each year usually ends up being laundered and invested in legitimate concerns. The popular story is that of the nightclub owner who invested the proceeds of a bank robbery in buying his club. In the East it is rumoured that the film industry in China is more or less completely controlled by the Triads. So the next time you watch that martial arts film.........

Could this be the culture Alan Block was referring to?

But to what extent does this 'culture' interface with what has been termed 'American Culture'?

Has American Culture itself been shaped by organised crime and hence the Mafia?

galexander
09-23-2010, 01:29 PM
One slightly unsettling thought is that any one of us could be employed by a company owned by organised crime and part funded by laundered drugs money.

In such a position of power and privilege would such persons be tempted to abuse their power?

I strongly think so.

Look how organised crime worked through the trade unions for example.

The first step is to get one of your men into the union and work his way to the top through bribery. Once the union leadership has been corrupted and controlled by the mob, it can then be used to intimidate the industry concerned through the threat of strike action. Finally the corrupt trade union leadership does a secret no-strike deal with the management of the corporation for the appropriate fees giving the corporation the chance to force down wages and conditions.

jane doe
09-23-2010, 02:20 PM
You're overlooking the fashion industry.

galexander
09-25-2010, 04:31 AM
You're overlooking the fashion industry.

I'm fascinated Jane Doe. Please tell us more.

What have you heard about the fashion industry?

albie
09-25-2010, 06:16 AM
You don't need to set up a cool mafia to make the idea of power and money and danger cool too. You don't need Rambo to make the idea of a gun cool. These things just are because they answer a primative need. So where did that primative need stem from?

God? chance?

You can always take any problem with the world back to one of these. I blame both.

I blame the hippies from the sixties. where else did you find drugs and promiscuous sex come into such fashion? And crime too. They sponsored chaos, attacking "the man" lawlessness. They wanted to replace the idea of law with love, not realising that very few people love at all.

Then you have the shop stewards, stoking up worker revolts, making a lot of people bitter about their place in society. They promised the working man so much that they couldn't deliver that many of those workers dropped out and became criminals.

and last of all we have the conspiracy theorists, who prey on the weak minded, the bitter , the paranoid, the mentally ill. Listen to an Alex Jones program, and see what I mean. His callers are morons 75% of the time. They've been pushed into Jew hating, police bashing, mistrust of anyone.

Counter culture.

jane doe
09-25-2010, 09:04 AM
If you listen to Alex Jones, I will not.

BlueAngel
09-25-2010, 07:34 PM
You don't need to set up a cool mafia to make the idea of power and money and danger cool too. You don't need Rambo to make the idea of a gun cool. These things just are because they answer a primative need. So where did that primative need stem from?

God? chance?

You can always take any problem with the world back to one of these. I blame both.

I blame the hippies from the sixties. where else did you find drugs and promiscuous sex come into such fashion? And crime too. They sponsored chaos, attacking "the man" lawlessness. They wanted to replace the idea of law with love, not realising that very few people love at all.

Then you have the shop stewards, stoking up worker revolts, making a lot of people bitter about their place in society. They promised the working man so much that they couldn't deliver that many of those workers dropped out and became criminals.

and last of all we have the conspiracy theorists, who prey on the weak minded, the bitter , the paranoid, the mentally ill. Listen to an Alex Jones program, and see what I mean. His callers are morons 75% of the time. They've been pushed into Jew hating, police bashing, mistrust of anyone.

Counter culture.

Yeah, right.

The hippies from the sixties are to blame for the drugs that were available at that time.

You know nothing about who is responsible for the counter culture or anything else for that matter.

Kindly take your wacko ideas elsewhere.

Thanks,
BA

BlueAngel
09-25-2010, 08:54 PM
If you listen to Alex Jones, I will not.

Sounds like you're not in control of your mind.

BlueAngel
09-25-2010, 08:57 PM
I'm fascinated Jane Doe. Please tell us more.

What have you heard about the fashion industry?

Yes.

I'm fascinated, as well.

Please, jane doe.

Tell us more.

What have you heard about he fashion industry?

I'm on the edge of my seat.

jane doe
09-25-2010, 10:56 PM
Sounds like you're not in control of your mind.

There isn't any sound on this forum. I haven't heard anything about the fashion industry. I have experienced and have known models who were manipulated in the industry. They too were subjected to "handling" as you so rigorously explain on your victimization Music Industry thread.

As for controlling my mind, I enjoy outbursts occasionally, yes. It clears my mind as opposed to being strapped by others' projections. I enjoy experimenting with different cultural/religious forms of psychosis as well. It creates an interesting insight into the multiplex of icons which cross into every generation. I am amazed at both your and Albie-damn's freedom of speech with these regards. Surely you're bored with your own personality to such an extent you'd prefer to talk about me instead of yourself or a topic in the news.

I have no intention of analyzing you, BlueAngel nor Albie, however if you like to have me outburst on your forum, keep up your personal insults towards me. I'll gladly oblidge. Noone is sacred imo, not even myself. It is a sacrifice I embrace.

Albie-damned said, [Alex Jones'] callers are morons 75% of the time. They've been pushed into Jew hating, police bashing, mistrust of anyone. I will not include myself with Albie-damned nor any of the other people who listen to Alex Jones for the very fact which Albie-damned declared so vehemently. It appears Albie-damned and the other callers are a discredit to humanity. If that statement in itself is an indication I do not control my mind, then so be it, monkey.

BlueAngel
09-25-2010, 11:41 PM
There isn't any sound on this forum. I haven't heard anything about the fashion industry. I have experienced and have known models who were manipulated in the industry. They too were subjected to "handling" as you so rigorously explain on your victimization Music Industry thread.

Please name the models you have known who were manipulated in the industry.

Really?

They were subjected to handling as I so vigorously explain in the Music Industry thread.

Please.

Do tell.

Were they sexually abused from a very young age by their parents and then victimized in MKULTRA/Project Monarch and further sexually abused and tortured?

Used by the CIA/Mafia in child pornography?

Please.

Do tell, jane doe.

We are all ears.

As for controlling my mind, I enjoy outbursts occasionally, yes. It clears my mind as opposed to being strapped by others' projections. I enjoy experimenting with different cultural/religious forms of psychosis as well. It creates an interesting insight into the multiplex of icons which cross into every generation. I am amazed at both your and Albie-damn's freedom of speech with these regards. Surely you're bored with your own personality to such an extent you'd prefer to talk about me instead of yourself or a topic in the news.

No one on this forum or elsewhere cares what you enjoy.

I have no intention of analyzing you, BlueAngel nor Albie, however if you like to have me outburst on your forum, keep up your personal insults towards me. I'll gladly oblidge. Noone is sacred imo, not even myself. It is a sacrifice I embrace.

I couldn't care any less if you analyze me or not. As if your analyzation would matter.

Albie-damned said, [Alex Jones'] callers are morons 75% of the time. They've been pushed into Jew hating, police bashing, mistrust of anyone. I will not include myself with Albie-damned nor any of the other people who listen to Alex Jones for the very fact which Albie-damned declared amned said, [Alex Jones'] callers are morons 75% of the time. They've been pushed into Jew hating, police bashing, mistrust of anyone. I will not include myself with Albie-damned nor any of the other people who listen to Alex Jones for the very fact which Albie-damned declared so vehemently. It appears Albie-damned and the other callers are a discredit to humanity. If that statement in itself is an indication I do not control my mind, then so be it, monkey.

No one cares what you think, either, because you don't make any sense and, if you feel as though you must have an outburst, please, don't let us stop you.

galexander
09-26-2010, 07:36 AM
You don't need to set up a cool mafia to make the idea of power and money and danger cool too. You don't need Rambo to make the idea of a gun cool. These things just are because they answer a primative need. So where did that primative need stem from?

God? chance?

You can always take any problem with the world back to one of these. I blame both.

I blame the hippies from the sixties. where else did you find drugs and promiscuous sex come into such fashion? And crime too. They sponsored chaos, attacking "the man" lawlessness. They wanted to replace the idea of law with love, not realising that very few people love at all.

Then you have the shop stewards, stoking up worker revolts, making a lot of people bitter about their place in society. They promised the working man so much that they couldn't deliver that many of those workers dropped out and became criminals.

and last of all we have the conspiracy theorists, who prey on the weak minded, the bitter , the paranoid, the mentally ill. Listen to an Alex Jones program, and see what I mean. His callers are morons 75% of the time. They've been pushed into Jew hating, police bashing, mistrust of anyone.

Counter culture.

Congratulations albie!

You have succeeded in revealing yourself as superficial, tuppence ha'penny conservative reactionary type.

The only individual you are likely to out-speak using rhetoric like this is a child's hand puppet! :D

albie
09-27-2010, 04:24 AM
>>The only individual you are likely to out-speak using rhetoric like this is a child's hand puppet! :D

Go on then, destroy my points.

galexander
09-27-2010, 12:48 PM
>>The only individual you are likely to out-speak using rhetoric like this is a child's hand puppet! :D

Go on then, destroy my points.

I admit it is beyond me albie because what you said was so trivial.

albie
09-28-2010, 07:12 AM
>>I admit it is beyond me albie because what you said was so trivial.

{Translation} I don't like it that you pointed out that a group or groups I belong to is also capable of unfluencing people towards bad.

BlueAngel
09-28-2010, 09:27 PM
and last of all we have the conspiracy theorists, who prey on the weak minded, the bitter , the paranoid, the mentally ill. Listen to an Alex Jones program, and see what I mean. His callers are morons 75% of the time. They've been pushed into Jew hating, police bashing, mistrust of anyone.

Counter culture.

Alex Jones is not a conspiracy theorist.

BlueAngel
09-28-2010, 09:28 PM
Gale said to Ablie:

"The only individual you are likely to out-speak using rhetoric like this is a child's hand puppet!"

Ablie said to Gale:

"Go on then, destroy my points."

BlueAngel replies to Ablie:

What points?

albie
09-29-2010, 05:04 AM
Blue angel, are you deliberatley obtuse with me so I will lose my top so you can ban me?

I just made half a dozen points here>>

You don't need to set up a cool mafia to make the idea of power and money and danger cool too. You don't need Rambo to make the idea of a gun cool. These things just are because they answer a primative need. So where did that primative need stem from?

God? chance?

You can always take any problem with the world back to one of these. I blame both.

I blame the hippies from the sixties. where else did you find drugs and promiscuous sex come into such fashion? And crime too. They sponsored chaos, attacking "the man" lawlessness. They wanted to replace the idea of law with love, not realising that very few people love at all.

Then you have the shop stewards, stoking up worker revolts, making a lot of people bitter about their place in society. They promised the working man so much that they couldn't deliver that many of those workers dropped out and became criminals.

and last of all we have the conspiracy theorists, who prey on the weak minded, the bitter , the paranoid, the mentally ill. Listen to an Alex Jones program, and see what I mean. His callers are morons 75% of the time. They've been pushed into Jew hating, police bashing, mistrust of anyone.

Counter culture.

Can you see no points to debate? Then you must agree what I've said already.

Check mate.

albie
09-29-2010, 05:11 AM
Alex Jones is not a conspiracy theorist.

No he's an evidence exaggerater, and he now admits that.

galexander
09-29-2010, 01:18 PM
Sorry to interrupt the titter-tatter but I have another example demonstrating how corruption appears to be endemic in the system.

It's been the media over the passed few years how vehicle accidents are deliberately being staged by crime gangs for the insurance payouts.

However it seems the dishonest drivers actually causing the accidents are the lowest paid among the ranks of the organisations responsible. Highest paid of the lot and taking the richest rewards by far are the legal firms responsible for the payouts and who finance the whole operations from square one.

If you can't trust the lawyers who can you trust?

However the legal profession always looked slightly dishonest, I mean look at some of the fees they charge.

BlueAngel
10-01-2010, 10:14 PM
Blue angel, are you deliberatley obtuse with me so I will lose my top so you can ban me?

I just made half a dozen points here>>

You don't need to set up a cool mafia to make the idea of power and money and danger cool too. You don't need Rambo to make the idea of a gun cool. These things just are because they answer a primative need. So where did that primative need stem from?

God? chance?

You can always take any problem with the world back to one of these. I blame both.

I blame the hippies from the sixties. where else did you find drugs and promiscuous sex come into such fashion? And crime too. They sponsored chaos, attacking "the man" lawlessness. They wanted to replace the idea of law with love, not realising that very few people love at all.

Then you have the shop stewards, stoking up worker revolts, making a lot of people bitter about their place in society. They promised the working man so much that they couldn't deliver that many of those workers dropped out and became criminals.

and last of all we have the conspiracy theorists, who prey on the weak minded, the bitter , the paranoid, the mentally ill. Listen to an Alex Jones program, and see what I mean. His callers are morons 75% of the time. They've been pushed into Jew hating, police bashing, mistrust of anyone.

Counter culture.

Can you see no points to debate? Then you must agree what I've said already.

Check mate.

I have previously responded to the points that you think you have made and my purpose on this forum is not to be obtuse with anyone so that they lose their top and I can ban them.

I am never obtuse.

I am clear and concise and I was clear and concise when I previously responded to the points you think you have made as highlighted in RED above and my response indicated that I don't agree with you.

I have pointed out to YOU that in many instances you are being obtuse and, if that causes you to lose your top, you would be responsible for same and not me.

Check mate.

BlueAngel
10-01-2010, 10:21 PM
Sorry to interrupt the titter-tatter but I have another example demonstrating how corruption appears to be endemic in the system.

It's been the media over the passed few years how vehicle accidents are deliberately being staged by crime gangs for the insurance payouts.

However it seems the dishonest drivers actually causing the accidents are the lowest paid among the ranks of the organisations responsible. Highest paid of the lot and taking the richest rewards by far are the legal firms responsible for the payouts and who finance the whole operations from square one.

If you can't trust the lawyers who can you trust?

However the legal profession always looked slightly dishonest, I mean look at some of the fees they charge.

You must be interrupting yourself, as it appears you are the member who is engaging in titter tatter with albie.

BlueAngel
10-01-2010, 10:31 PM
No he's an evidence exaggerater, and he now admits that.

Alex Jones is a person who instills fear, paranoia and anger in his followers by exaggerating that which he writes and/or speaks about whether it includes some facts or not.

Please provide details as to Alex Jones' himself admitting that he is an evidence exaggerator.

galexander
10-02-2010, 04:08 AM
Alex Jones is a person who instills fear, paranoia and anger in his followers by exaggerating that which he writes and/or speaks about whether it includes some facts or not.

Please provide details as to Alex Jones' himself admitting that he is an evidence exaggerator.

To be absolutely fair Alex Jones is a brilliant spokes person for the conspiracy movement even though he may not be a conspiracy theorist himself, basically because he is so loud and outgoing.

Presenting his own radio show he has a quite a following.

However having said that I don't necessarily agree with everything he says but then again you don't have to.

BlueAngel
10-03-2010, 05:23 PM
To be absolutely fair Alex Jones is a brilliant spokes person for the conspiracy movement even though he may not be a conspiracy theorist himself, basically because he is so loud and outgoing.

Presenting his own radio show he has a quite a following.

However having said that I don't necessarily agree with everything he says but then again you don't have to.

It is my opinion that Alex Jones' is not a brilliant spokesperson for the conspiracy movement or otherwise.

He has gathered a following through the instillation of fear.

Much the same as the government operates.

BlueAngel
10-03-2010, 10:03 PM
If Alex Jones' ever begins to rail against the distribution of child pornography, I then might endorse him.

Otherwise, as far as I'm concerned, he's a fraud.

galexander
10-04-2010, 01:02 PM
It is my opinion that Alex Jones' is not a brilliant spokesperson for the conspiracy movement or otherwise.

He has gathered a following through the instillation of fear.

Much the same as the government operates.

But isn't what you yourself are saying BlueAngel very similar to the line taken by Alex Jones?

You both claim that everything can be explained by a government/CIA orchestrated conspiracy.

BlueAngel
10-05-2010, 07:29 PM
But isn't what you yourself are saying BlueAngel very similar to the line taken by Alex Jones?

You both claim that everything can be explained by a government/CIA orchestrated conspiracy.

No.

What I'm saying is not very similar to the line taken by Alex Jones and, even if it were, are you suggesting that this dictates that rather than criticize, I should align myself with him?

I have never claimed that everything can be explained by a government/CIA orchestrated conspiracy.

Many people, conspiracy theorist's or not, believe that CERTAIN events in history which appear to have been orchestrated to benefit the "wealthy elitists" who control our WORLD and not society, are the result of a "shadow government" and a "rogue" CIA and, I am certain that in doing so, this doesn't imply that they are in agreement with everything that Alex Jones' believes.

My opinions are my own.

They have nothing to do with Alex Jones whether, in your eyes, they are similar or not.

BlueAngel
10-05-2010, 08:10 PM
TODAY ON THE ALEX JONES SHOW

http://static.infowars.com/2010/10/i/guest-photos/icke.jpg
David IckeAlex welcomes back former Minnesota governor and television show host Jesse Ventura. A new season of Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura is coming out and he'll be discussing some of the topics covered with Alex. Alex also welcomes back to the show English writer, public speaker, and former media personality David Icke. Icke worked as a reporter with the weekly Leicester Advertiser, was a well-known BBC television sports presenter and spokesman for the Green Party. He has produced numerous DVDs and has authored several books, including The Biggest Secret: The Book That Will Change the World, Alice in Wonderland and the World Trade Center Disaster, and Infinite Love Is the Only Truth: Everything Else Is Illusion. Alex also covers the latest news, and takes your calls.

BlueAngel
10-05-2010, 08:10 PM
In early 2000, Jones was one of seven Republican Party (United States) candidates for Texas House of Representatives in Texas House District 48, an open seat swing district based in Austin, Texas.

Jones stated that he was running, "to be a watchdog on the inside."

He aborted his campaign and withdrew before the March primary when polls indicated he had little chance of winning.

BlueAngel
10-05-2010, 08:16 PM
OMG!

On September 8, 2007, Alex Jones was arrested while protesting at 6th Avenue and 48th Street in New York City. He was charged with operating a bullhorn without a permit.

BlueAngel
10-05-2010, 08:34 PM
Alex Jones welcomes David Icke.

What a pair!

Does this mean that Alex Jones believes in shape-shifting lizards, too?

BlueAngel
10-05-2010, 08:36 PM
Excerpt:

"Alex also welcomes back to the show English writer, public speaker, and former media personality David Icke. Icke worked as a reporter with the weekly Leicester Advertiser, was a well-known BBC television sports presenter and spokesman for the Green Party."

Could someone kindly inform me as to David Icke's status as a spokesman for the Green Party; a former media personality and a well-known BBC television sport's persenter and his very important job as a reporter with the weekly Leicester Advertiser.

I appear to be in the dark as to all that which David Icke is known for around the world.

galexander
10-06-2010, 01:17 PM
Alex Jones welcomes David Icke.

What a pair!

Does this mean that Alex Jones believes in shape-shifting lizards, too?

I would have asked the same question BlueAngel.

But does the Green Party believe in shape-shifting lizards too?

galexander
10-06-2010, 01:24 PM
No.

What I'm saying is not very similar to the line taken by Alex Jones and, even if it were, are you suggesting that this dictates that rather than criticize, I should align myself with him?

I have never claimed that everything can be explained by a government/CIA orchestrated conspiracy.

Many people, conspiracy theorist's or not, believe that CERTAIN events in history which appear to have been orchestrated to benefit the "wealthy elitists" who control our WORLD and not society, are the result of a "shadow government" and a "rogue" CIA and, I am certain that in doing so, this doesn't imply that they are in agreement with everything that Alex Jones' believes.

My opinions are my own.

They have nothing to do with Alex Jones whether, in your eyes, they are similar or not.

You said the following BlueAngel:

I have never claimed that everything can be explained by a government/CIA orchestrated conspiracy.

WOOOOWWWWW!!!!!!!!

I don't wish to sound at all unkind BlueAngel but are you absolutely certain you are not suffering from some psychological syndrome?

You just seem to deny what you previously had said as if you had never said it and don't have the slightest memory of it.

BlueAngel
10-07-2010, 08:34 PM
You said the following BlueAngel:



WOOOOWWWWW!!!!!!!!

I don't wish to sound at all unkind BlueAngel but are you absolutely certain you are not suffering from some psychological syndrome?

You just seem to deny what you previously had said as if you had never said it and don't have the slightest memory of it.

As I said, I have never stated that EVERYTHING can be explained by a government/CIA conspiracy.

You said that I said this and continue to say that I said this even though I haven't.

Therefore, I am not denying anything that I said.

I am denying that which you say that I said, which would be incorrect because I have never said that I believe everything is a government/CIA conspiracy.

You most likely think that I said what you think I said, but haven't because you suffer from a psychological syndrome.

Please provide back-up in order to substantiate your claim wherein you believe that I've stated EVERYTHING is a government/CIA conspiracy.

If you cannot, I suggest you refrain from misquoting me in the future.

Otherwise, we will ALL consider that you are a LIAR.

Thanking you in advance,
BA

galexander
10-09-2010, 05:17 AM
As I said, I have never stated that EVERYTHING can be explained by a government/CIA conspiracy.

You said that I said this and continue to say that I said this even though I haven't.

Therefore, I am not denying anything that I said.

I am denying that which you say that I said, which would be incorrect because I have never said that I believe everything is a government/CIA conspiracy.

You most likely think that I said what you think I said, but haven't because you suffer from a psychological syndrome.

Please provide back-up in order to substantiate your claim wherein you believe that I've stated EVERYTHING is a government/CIA conspiracy.

If you cannot, I suggest you refrain from misquoting me in the future.

Otherwise, we will ALL consider that you are a LIAR.

Thanking you in advance,
BA

But hold on BlueAngel, does Alex Jones himself believe EVERYTHING can be explained by a government/CIA conspiracy?

BlueAngel
10-12-2010, 02:43 AM
But hold on BlueAngel, does Alex Jones himself believe EVERYTHING can be explained by a government/CIA conspiracy?

Your opinion of Alex Jones', Gale, is that he believes EVERYTHING can be explained by a government/CIA conspiracy.

Somewhat weird, if not very WEIRD that you're asking ME to clarify your own thoughts.

galexander
10-13-2010, 03:22 PM
Your opinion of Alex Jones', Gale, is that he believes EVERYTHING can be explained by a government/CIA conspiracy.

Somewhat weird, if not very WEIRD that you're asking ME to clarify your own thoughts.

No, I believe it was you who originally said this BlueAngel, not me.

BlueAngel
10-16-2010, 01:44 AM
No, I believe it was you who originally said this BlueAngel, not me.

You, Gale, ORGINALLY said that Alex Jones' believes everything is a government/CIA conspiracy and not me.

Your words can be QUOTED from within this thread.

Perhaps you might want to take some time and familiarize yourself with your own writings.

This is not the first time you have attributed your words as being mine.

I suggest you refrain from this practice in the future.

Thanks,
BA

galexander
10-19-2010, 12:24 PM
You, Gale, ORGINALLY said that Alex Jones' believes everything is a government/CIA conspiracy and not me.

Your words can be QUOTED from within this thread.

Perhaps you might want to take some time and familiarize yourself with your own writings.

This is not the first time you have attributed your words as being mine.

I suggest you refrain from this practice in the future.

Thanks,
BA

But don't you admit that this is what Alex Jones believes, that the government/CIA is conspiring against the people, and that this is what you believe as well?

BlueAngel
10-19-2010, 09:22 PM
But don't you admit that this is what Alex Jones believes, that the government/CIA is conspiring against the people, and that this is what you believe as well?

You, Gale, originally stated that you are of the opinion that Alex Jones' believes EVERYTHING is a government/CIA conspiracy and have insisted that I believe the same.

I have INSISTED that I don't believe EVERYTHING is a government/CIA conspiracy and, my writings on this forum, can verify the same.

You have now changed your opinion about Alex Jones and myself from believing that EVERYTHING is a government/CIA conspiracy to believing that the government/CIA is conspiring against people.

Make no mistake about it.

If you continue to attempt to align MY thoughts as being in concert with Alex Jones and twist your words in the process, I will ban you.

P.S. No one forces me to admit to anything through harrssment/badgering and/or otherwise.

galexander
10-20-2010, 01:16 PM
You, Gale, originally stated that you are of the opinion that Alex Jones' believes EVERYTHING is a government/CIA conspiracy and have insisted that I believe the same.

I have INSISTED that I don't believe EVERYTHING is a government/CIA conspiracy and, my writings on this forum, can verify the same.

You have now changed your opinion about Alex Jones and myself from believing that EVERYTHING is a government/CIA conspiracy to believing that the government/CIA is conspiring against people.

Make no mistake about it.

If you continue to attempt to align MY thoughts as being in concert with Alex Jones and twist your words in the process, I will ban you.

P.S. No one forces me to admit to anything through harrssment/badgering and/or otherwise.

If you threaten to ban me BlueAngel then surely you are stifling free debate and open discussion?

Kindly point out exactly where I have infringed the rules of this forum as they currently stand.

BlueAngel
10-21-2010, 08:33 PM
If you threaten to ban me BlueAngel then surely you are stifling free debate and open discussion?

Kindly point out exactly where I have infringed the rules of this forum as they currently stand.

I NEVER stifle free debate or open discussion.

However, FYI, this is not what you are attemtping to engage in with me.

You are harassing me.

Period.

The rules of this forum are that anyone can be banned for any reason or for no reason at all and, being the MODERATOR of this forum, I adhere to these rules.