Here's the thing about Alex Jones.
He blows his "stories" way out of proportion, using persuasive language, and sometimes outright blatant lies. He claims there are "thousands of documents of the government admitting..." yet he does not site ONE source. Out of all of the documents, couldn't he point you to one? How does he verify these claims? He simply tells you that it's "out there, on paper". Not much of a help.
The other thing is this;
He wants your money. He sells DVD's for 20 dollars. Holy shit I can get a feature bluray for 10 dollars made by professionals. If you go to Infowars.com, 65% of the page is advertisements. Listen to his radio show. A commercial every 3 minutes.
When Joe Rogan was on his radio show, he was like "another commercial? are you kidding me? already?" and all Alex replied with was "It's standard radio protocol". Sure Alex Jones, whatever you say. Just take my wallet.
Not to mention his love for the church. But that's another story.
He just had a 'money bomb' which was basically begging for cash, at the same time virtually threatening that his radio show was the only thing between the listener and 1984, and if they didn't cough up they would be in FEMA camps. He's very careful not to overtly say this, but suggests it.
He has this guy selling gold on nearly every day, warning that if you don't buy gold you are f+cked. Something really stinks. Why would this guy be selling gold so cheap if he thought the world was about to go tits up? Surely he would keep it for himself if it so important to get out of fiat currency. When people phone in to ask that very question HE DOES NOT ANSWER IT. He changes the subject.
It's money making, pure and simple. He's Billy Graham. He loves the NWO. He probably wept with joy when 9/11 happened. KERCHING! He pretends to be sad on his show. His acting is awful!
He complains that he only earns a million dollars a year too!
He's also a Christian, which means the thing he wants most to happen is a war in Israel, so jesus can come back. These people WANT the antichrist to rise up. No wonder he exaggerates most of his info.
Let's face it, to get from where we are now to 1984 would take massive events. A dozen 9/11 s on the same day. I trust the public, they wouldn't fall for it on that scale. One 9/11 every fifty years is about all they dare manage.
i wonder what the big shots at headquarters think about this,from things being faked to open lies,what type of government is involved with these kinds of individuals
Oh, it stinks, even if Jones has exaggerated the evidence. It still stinks. I suppose most people would agree with what they did or attempted to do, as nobody likes Saddam or Osama. We have no evidence that anyone faked the Osama confession tapes though. That fakery would be a major stink pile.
I guess the kind of government we have are pretty much made up of normal people. I can't think of many people I know who wouldn't have done the same thing if they thought it was for a good cause. Seems all the rare altruistic types don't prosper in government, or stay away from it.
Recently Jones mentioned that certain parties were constantly badgering him with lawyers about content on his website. But they never go so far as to sue him. He doesn't mention any specifics.
To buy into Jones you have to believe that anyone can be part of the Illuminati. So when some college professor writes an article about eugenics in some journal, in Jones' eye, that's the illuminati pushing their agenda(rather than just some guys opinion). I seriously doubt that anything damning ever came up in an official undisclosed document. In all he doesn't seem to have much but rumour.
He also likes to point out all the nasty side effects of inoculations. You'd be hard pressed to get a figure out of him. That's the point. I've listened to his shows and he cleverly skirts around the figures with word play. We all know there are side effects and some people die. We accept that when we take ANY medicine.
He's very good at selling fear. But maybe he means it. Maybe he's not just making cash. Maybe we should be afraid.