Alex Jones: A Reader's Misgivings
June 13, 2014
The Drudge Report has linked to 244 of his stories in the last two years alone. His Web sites get up to a million visitors a day.
Last year he earned nearly $7 million, plowing all of it right back into his business.
Alex Jones deserves credit for reaching many people
who otherwise might not know about the conspiracy.
His position on most issues is usually right on.
But a real leader brings people under his tent.
Jones has alienated as many within
the Truth Movement as outside it.
by Sandeep Parwaga
In the past, I rejected accusations that Jones is false opposition, a Jesuit, a Zionist shill, etc., But as I continued to watch him, I realized that some of the charges may have some validity.
I give him credit for waking me up and having done some good things overall, but I have parted ways with him.
Sandeep Parwaga, 26, is a graduate student in England. He is also the author of "Diary of a Bilderberg Protester"
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First Comment from Chad:
As a person who hasn't missed not even one day of the Alex Jones show since somewhere around 2007, I'll tell you the show has transformed. I'm not one of the guys who has listened since the 1990's, however, I've been tuned in long enough to understand his behavior and antics.
What I tell people is, the biggest problem with the "Alex Jones Show" is.. Alex Jones. He's a hot head, an alpha male, and deathly concerned about his operation. He's also got a self-made noose around his neck as a result of growing a burgeoning operation. In order to support his media organization, he has to make the bills and payroll. That means products must be sold. You can't employ dozens of people and fly reporters at a moment's notice by setting up a few lemonade stands. You've got to have satisfactory products and constantly plug them. Oh well! That's the nature of the beast. Get over it! Ignorant are the people who criticize Alex Jones for having the audacity of making one red cent. I wish Alex Jones great success so he can keep blasting the megaphone.
Other than that, he's done some dastardly things over the years but again, it has largely to do with his attitude and ego (ref. interaction with Bill Cooper and gun rally). As mentioned, Alex has done some shameful things in the past but we need to avoid infighting and dragging our brothers down while fighting the enemy. I don't see him as an agent or shill. People who make that claim haven't been around the block that long. Unless, I'm blind to something. I've been around the military and government long enough to see what's going on and Alex Jones is not off the mark. He's got the trust of enough people to get good guests on his program.
If he was an NWO agent, he's a sloppy one. His biggest problem is that he can't keep his mouth shut and lets out operational details while on the air. Although he's familiar with the military (through friends and family) he hasn't learned the art of keeping a lid on future plans. In addition, a whistleblower could be risking his life while on the air with Alex. Through sloppiness and hyperventilation, Alex may blow your cover before you even get on the broadcast. Word of caution: Make sure you have all your statements written up and sent to friends and family before being interviewed on the AJ show.
All in all, I say we are blessed to have that battering ram against the globalists. If people have a problem with Alex Jones, don't complain. Take him with a grain of salt. Get out into the arena and do a better job. It's easy to armchair quarterback and take pot shots.
Whatever anybody can say about Alex Jones®, he makes a strong impression whether on radio, or in person. Like a Gorilla.
There's not space here to explain how Jones' career was staged from the start, or that he's really older than his Wiki says he is. Some lost years there.
I lived in Austin Texas throughout the 1990's so I remember Jones' career from it's inception on Austin Public Access TV in 1993, and CIA KJFK radio.
The best I can do here is refer readers who only learned of Jones since 2001, or from the Ron Paul distraction since 2007, to learn about William "Bill" Cooper (May 6, 1943 - November 5, 2001). Bill Cooper's Wiki is disinformation. Cooper originally became active because he believed he'd witnessed UFO's while in the Navy, and was given documents indicating a government coverup. But by 1991, he realized he'd been hoodwinked. For the rest of his life, he attacked the real conspiracy as best he could.
Forgotten but true, in July 2001, Cooper warned that a false flag operation was immanent, and Osama Bin Ladin would be scapegoated.* He denounced Alex Jones for doing the same to him as this article says Jones did to Webster Tarpley.
Before you read anything else, listen to Cooper's broadcasts on Alex Jones, from January 4,5, and 6, 2000
Bill Cooper on Jones on Youtube
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* the accuracy of Cooper's 2001 false flag warning is probably what got him killed.
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