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Title: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: akfools on March 03, 2011, 03:39:15 am

I don’t think they’ll invite him again…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVqC-ncLDk8&feature=player_embedded#t=0s


Title: Re: Alex Jones on “The View” (video)
Post by: akfools on March 03, 2011, 11:59:43 am
Meet Alex Jones, the Talk Radio Host Behind Charlie Sheen’s Crazy Rants
Rolling Stone Magazine
Wednesday, March 02, 2011

The most paranoid man in America is trying to overthrow the ‘global Stasi Borg state,’ one conspiracy theory at a time
 
 
It’s just past 9 a.m. when Alex Jones pulls his Dodge Charger into a desolate parking lot in Austin. From the outside, the squat, single-story office complex that Jones calls his “command center” resembles a moon base surrounded by fields of dying grass. But inside, blinking banks of high-tech recording gear fill the studio where he broadcasts The Alex Jones Show, a daily talk show that airs on 63 stations nationwide. Jones draws a bigger audience online than Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck combined — and his conspiracy-laced rants make the two hosts sound like tea-sipping NPR hosts on Zoloft.

A stocky 37-year-old with a flop of brown hair and a beer gut, Jones usually bounds into the studio, eager to launch into one of his trademark tirades against the “global Stasi Borg state” — the corporate-surveillance prison planet that he believes is being secretly forged by an evil cabal of bankers, industrialists, politicians and generals. This morning, though, Jones looks deflated. Five days ago, a mentally disturbed 22-year-old named Jared Loughner opened fire on a crowd in Tucson, Arizona, killing six and seriously wounding Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. Loughner was reported to be a fan of Loose Change, a film Jones produced that has become the bible for those who believe 9/11 was an inside job.

All week, Jones has been twisting in the media crossfire. Now, his staff plays him a clip of a new attack by Limbaugh. In it, the conservative icon bemoans the social rot caused by three films that prominently feature Jones, including Loose Change.

“So a conspiracy movie,” Limbaugh bellows, “appears to be the most influential media of this young man’s life.”

Jones begins to fume. “What a **** Limbaugh is,” he mutters. “All of them. Just a bunch of whores for the Borg state. Get the clip ready. I wanna talk about this.” Limbaugh’s comments, Jones declares, are nothing but a “transpartisan McCarthyite attack on everything not 100 percent inside their little thought bubble.” He points out that Loose Change has been viewed by at least 50 million people. “During these societal upheavals, it’s messy,” he says. “A lot of bad things happen. And yeah, you’re gonna have paranoid schizophrenics that get set off by the crazy things corporations and governments are doing, and by those who are exposing it to them. But we can’t allow ourselves to become paralyzed. If a schizophrenic takes three hits of acid in the forest and sees demons in the trees, and snaps, do you cut down the trees?”

The Truth About the Tea Party

Jones being Jones, he’s not sure the Tucson rampage is as simple as a psychotic snap. Turning over the possibilities sends the tendrils of his anti-government imagination into wild motion. “The whole thing stinks to high heaven,” he says. “This kid Loughner disappeared for days at a time before the shooting? My gut tells me this was a staged mind-control operation. The government employs geometric psychological-warfare experts that know exactly how to indirectly manipulate unstable people through the media. They implanted the idea in his head by repeatedly asking, ‘Is Giffords in danger?’”

Jones doesn’t stop there. The Gates Foundation? “Obviously a eugenics operation.” The latest WikiLeaks dump? “All the hallmarks of an intelligence disinfo campaign.” While urging his audience to wake up and smell the police state, Jones can sound thoughtful and intellectual, quick to quote Nietzsche, Plato, de Tocqueville, Gibbon and Huxley. Mostly, though, he defaults into machine-gun bursts of rage that crescendo with an adolescent snarl — Holden Caulfield playing Paul Revere.

“Government-lab-produced airborne Ebola?” Jones thunders. “It’s comin’ your way! Enjoy it, yuppies!“

It’s just after 11 a.m., and Alex Jones is just getting started.

Jones has been yelling into microphones and bullhorns more or less continuously, and often at violent volumes, for the past 16 years. Since launching his broadcast career, he has become a multiplatform prophet of paranoia who sees diabolical plots in every turn of the news cycle. In his Manichaean melodrama, nodes of private and state power share an ugly face and a demonic brain intent on a single, shared goal: creating the New World Order. To Jones, the New World Order is a blanketing presence, a wicked beast for which he has endless pet names: the “demonic high-tech tyranny” or the “absurdist 1984 regime of control-freak sadists.” Jones, who loves to draw analogies to sci-fi classics like Dune and Star Wars, sees the 21st century as a kind of fanboy-fantasy landscape populated by three groups: a rebel alliance of liberty-loving patriots (his fans); masses of consumerist sheep (those who ignore him); and a sadistic elite (global bankers and their agents), forever tightening the screws on the imperiled remnants of human freedom.

The New World Order’s methods are many: manufactured economic crises, sophisticated surveillance tech and — above all — inside-job terror attacks that fuel exploitable hysteria. The endgame, Jones believes, is a mass eugenics operation that will depopulate the planet by poisoning our food and water with fluoride, radioactive isotopes and various futuristic toxic soups being engineered in New World Order laboratories. Those who resist are being tracked by secret, federalized police bunkers known as “fusion centers” that will eventually round up every dissenter and throw them into camps run by the Federal Emergency Management Authority.

By disseminating such theories over the airwaves and online, where followers can get the word out faster than any film distributor, Jones can draw a million viewers within days for a documentary like his The Obama Deception. “In the past, such theories were circulated in booklets, books, public speeches and sermons,” says Chip Berlet, who studies conspiracy culture for Political Research Associates, a Boston-based think tank. “Jones reaches more people over the Internet than any conspiracy crank in U.S. history.”

Jones has 80 million hits on his YouTube channel, and his fringe views have slowly begun to infiltrate more mainstream outlets. Many of his fans, in fact, believe that Glenn Beck routinely rips off Jones, stealing his ideas and then watering them down for broader consumption. “People inside his company tell me Beck follows what we do closely,” says Jones. “It’s frustrating that I’ve never sold out, yet I’m being gobbled up by this giant Pac-Man who puts my work through his corporate-media assembly line. He takes information from me about secret combines and elites and then spins it against big government, but he ignores big business. He says George Soros is at the top of the New World Order power pyramid? Give me a break. I have no love for Soros. But I don’t trust Beck. Ninety-eight percent of my audience hates him. New listeners tell me I’m a Beck wanna-be. I’m like, ‘No, it’s the other way around.’”

In November, Jones put on a demonstration of his power by employing his latest guerrilla technique. Asking his audience to stage a mass online search of the phrase “Revolt Against TSA” — a tactic known as Google Bombing — Jones instantly manipulated the term to the top of Google’s search index. As intended, the maneuver caught the sensitive traffic antennae of Matt Drudge, who put the TSA story on the national news agenda. “Our show was the detonator on the cap of the TSA story, and Drudge was the barrel of the gun,” says Jones. “The result was a direct head shot on the New World Order.”

Such attacks get Jones lumped in with the far right, for good reason. It was Jones, a longtime supporter of presidential candidate Ron Paul, who spread the Obama “Joker” poster that defined the early Tea Party protests in 2009, and he employs the movement’s rhetoric of “patriots” and “government tyranny.” But on closer inspection, his mishmash, anti-establishment politics are too bad-trip weird to fit neatly into any political category. “Ignore the left and right wings,” Jones likes to say. “Study the brain of the bird.”

To Jones, what matters most is the “continuity of agenda at the top. When I called Clinton a Wall Street puppet, they called me a right-wing extremist. When I said the same about George W. Bush, they called me an anti-war communist. Now that I’m against Obama for the same reasons, mainline conservatives embrace me. When I attack the next right-wing ‘savior,’ they’re gonna call me a communist again.”

On the spiritual cancer of modern capitalism, Jones sounds more like Ralph Nader than a Fox Business channel libertarian. “Madison Avenue makes us addicts of consumerism, using glass wampum to steal our capacity to direct our own lives,” Jones says. “The globalists are smart and tell us sin is fun, sin is a red-­devil cheerleader. No — sin is cheating other people, it’s sending troops to die in illegal wars, it’s keeping people dumb so you can control, exploit and kill them.”

Jones and his staff are currently scripting his 19th film, which will examine the New World Order strings attached to Rick Perry, Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck — a sort of Tea Party Deception. Among the targets, Glenn Beck looms large. “Beck, and more lately Limbaugh, sees our success and knows he has to talk about the New World Order to stay relevant,” says Jones. “But he spins it in a neoconish way that reinforces the controlled, left-right paradigm that divides people instead of bringing them together.”

For such an angry guy, the barrel-chested Jones is a surprisingly jolly presence. Off-air, his gravel-pit voice softens to crack jokes with his young staff, dote on his wife and three kids, and take chatty calls from his 86-year-old grandmother. Jones is always talking about how boring and conventional his life is. He attends a Methodist church on Sunday, blushes at profanity and likes to take his family hiking on the 193 miles of trails that crisscross Austin. Any rage left over from his show appears reserved for the black Dodge Charger he guns down Austin’s highways, 450-horsepower engine roaring, speakers pumping old-school rap, heavy metal and classic country.

“People think I’m depressive and angry, but it’s the opposite,” Jones tells me over margaritas at his favorite Mexican joint. “My life is a love letter to humanity. What the globalists do is a hate letter, a curse.”

The restaurant, like many of Jones’ favorite spots, is located in South Congress, an artsy neighborhood featured prominently in Slacker, director Richard Linklater’s 1991 ode to Austin’s eccentrics. Here, in the self-proclaimed world capital of live music and conspiracy culture, Jones is part celebrity, part mascot. During lunch, a stream of teenage and twentysomething fans approach Jones to shake his hand and thank him. “Aw, you’re sweet,” he tells the girls; “Thanks, buddy — what’s your name?” he asks the guys.

“My one weakness is enjoying my long enemies list,” he says, after posing for a picture with a young fan who looks like she just stepped out of a Suicide Girls pinup calendar. “I don’t get off on being famous.”

Critics of Jones often focus on the question of whether his narrative of evil is responsible for inciting violence. Last July, an ex-convict named Byron Williams was arrested following a gun battle with California police. Williams, an Alex Jones fan, was allegedly on his way to shoot up the Tides Foundation, a liberal nonprofit that had been targeted by Glenn Beck in repeated rants. To hear Jones tell it, such vio­lence is really the fault of the New World Order — and victims like Gabri­elle Giffords are essentially collateral damage.

“Some unstable people are drawn to the bright flame of enlightenment that is so-called ‘conspiracy culture,’” Jones says. “Some trees are going to become uprooted in a storm like this. But we can’t stop telling the truth for fear of what telling the truth is going to do. If we do, then human life as we know it is over and we’re just Prozac-head automatons.”

When I press Jones on how he would respond to a violent attack on one of his boogeymen, the Council on Foreign Relations, he once again implies they would have it coming. “I strongly believe in nonviolence and have protested the Council on Foreign Relations with a bullhorn because it’s the most effective thing to do,” he says. “But if someone attacks the globalists at the CFR, it will be a manifestation of all the evil they’ve been part of — the corporate neocolonialism, the bombings of villages.” Evil, as he sees it, begets evil. “I don’t want anybody to attack the CFR,” he insists. “But it’s up there in the hierarchy. We’ll all be judged.”

Jones was born in Dallas in 1974, the descendant of two lines of Texas frontiersmen. He describes a childhood that will disappoint those searching for the Freudian roots of his crusade. His parents, a dentist and a homemaker, raised him with love in the manicured suburb of Rockwall. “I was the all-American kid with a great family,” he says. “I read Time-Life books, played football, was friends with everybody.”

Home life was intellectual, but not overtly political. “My parents were careful not to give me political views almost as an experiment to see what I’d turn into,” he says. “The closest thing to a childhood political training was some neighbors who were members of the John Birch Society. They’d come over for dinner and I’d be exposed to those ideas, starting at around age two.”

It was in high school that Jones discovered a corrupt, Blue Velvet underbelly to his town. At weekend parties, he watched as off-duty cops dealt pot, Ecstasy and **** to his friends. “A truck would appear, sometimes with a guy still in uniform inside,” Jones recalls. “Then, on Monday, they’d have D.A.R.E. and drug-test us for football.” Jones, a young var­sity lineman, did not appreciate the irony. “I was like, ‘You want to drug-test me, when I know you’re selling the stuff?’ I called them the mafia to their face. At the time, I didn’t know anything about CIA drug-dealing.”

Things came to a head during Jones’ sophomore year, when he was pulled over while driving without a license, a six-pack of beer under the passenger seat. Jones told the cop he was corrupt and had no right to enforce laws. “They brought me to jail,” Jones says. “Afterward, one of the cops told me to wise up, or they’d frame me and send me away.” The following week, his father was so spooked that he sold his dental practice and moved the family to Austin. A few months later, Rockwall County’s sheriff was indicted on organnized-crime charges.

For Jones, the encounter with state hypocrisy was transformative. “The Rockwall cops were lowbrow thugs, and Alex was a hell-raiser,” says Buckley Hamman, a cousin who grew up with Jones. “The conflict with the cops started Alex down the road of his current pursuit.”

In Austin, Jones quit football and smoking pot (“It made me paranoid”), and began consuming history: Gibbon’s Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire; Shirer’s Rise and Fall of the Third Reich. “I started understanding that governments have been staging terror and dealing drugs throughout history,” he says. “The whole program was there.”

The most enduring influence, though, was a 1971 bestseller he found on his father’s bookshelf: None Dare Call It Conspiracy. Authored by Gary Allen, a spokesman for the John Birch Society, the book provided the cornerstone for New World Order conspiracies. According to None Dare, the federal income tax is nothing but a plot by a cabal of megarich “insiders” who work to suck the middle class dry and transfer its wealth to the Ford and Rockefeller foundations. As a teenager, Jones read the book twice. “It’s still the easiest-to-read primer to the New World Order,” he says.

After graduating high school in 1993, Jones took classes part-time at Austin Community College, and he found himself drawn to the studios of Austin’s community-access cable station. Soon he was subbing for sick hosts, mixing conspiracy theorizing with muckraking reporting. When the federal building in Oklahoma City was bombed in 1995, Jones began accusing the government of being involved in the attack. “I understood there’s a kleptocracy working with psychopathic governments — clutches of evil that know the tricks of control,” he says. His mailbox began to overflow with manila envelopes from fans who offered up more pieces of the New World Order puzzle: RAND reports, declassified intelligence, yellowed press clippings. Within months, Jones landed his own show on KJFK, a local station, and became a folk hero in Austin, a town that prides itself on its characters.

By 1999, when new owners of the station fired Jones for what they called his “inside-terror-job stuff,” he had already outgrown the limitations of old-fashioned broadcasting. His website, infowars.com, gave him a platform that no one could censor, and an ISDN line he installed at home enabled him to beam his broadcasts to 10 stations across the country. “My KJFK colleagues made jokes about it,” he says, “but I was reaching more people at home than the terrestrial station.”

A new age of media was dawning, and Jones was one of its earliest pioneers. “Alex Jones is a model for people to create their own media,” says Michael Harrison, editor of the industry trade magazine Talkers. “When the history is written of talk broadcasting’s transition from the corporate model of the 20th century to the digital, independent model of the 21st century, he will be considered an early trailblazer.”

Jones also moved into filmmaking with America: Destroyed by Design, which posits a “World Bank takeover” of public lands. The film caught the attention of Richard Link­later, an Austin director who would go on to cast Jones as a crazed street prophet in his animated cult hits Waking Life and A Scanner Darkly. Jones won a spot as a host for a libertarian-minded syndication outfit, which was set up to steer business to a gold company called Midas Resources. Jones quickly began racking up affiliates. He was nearing 100 stations on July 25th, 2001, when he looked into the camera and issued a warning that has since become legendary among 9/11 Truthers. “Please!” he implored. “Call Congress. Tell ‘em we know the government is planning terrorism.” Jones mentioned the World Trade Center by name and warned against the propaganda he expected to accompany the attacks. “Bin Laden is the boogeyman they need in this Orwellian, phony system,” he said.

Seven weeks later, Jones became the only radio host in America to begin his September 11th broadcast with a tirade against the U.S. government. “I went on the air and said, ‘Those were controlled demolitions. You just watched the government blow up the World Trade Center.’ I lost 70 percent of my affiliates that day. Station managers asked me, ‘Do you want to be on this crusade going nowhere, or do you want to be a star?’ I’m proud I never compromised.”

After 9/11, his mainstream commercial appeal plunged to zero, but his cult profile continued to rise. A month after the attacks, Linklater’s dreamy and innovative film Waking Life featured an animated version of Jones driving through downtown Austin and proselytizing through a rooftop megaphone. “We are being conditioned on a mass scale!” Jones yells to empty streets. “Start challenging this corporate slave-state … and stand up for the human spirit!” As the rant builds, Jones’ face progresses from pale, to violet, to blue, and finally to crimson-red, the color of spilled blood, a picture of madness.

http://beforeitsnews.com/story/455/153/Meet_Alex_Jones,_the_Talk_Radio_Host_Behind_Charlie_Sheen_s_Crazy_Rants.html


Title: Re: Alex Jones on “The View” (video)
Post by: rosswell on March 05, 2011, 07:52:57 pm
While I disapprove of Alex Jones in some ways including his "Christianity" which really is nothing more than worldly philosophy, I believe he has uncovered much hidden truth in the ways of the world which really coincide with scriptural prophecy. He gets in wrong when he thinks believers will go through it all and when he thinks we can stop it if we want to but much of his research is accurate. I find these things helpful in warning lost sinners of the judgement to come so that they can turn to Christ for salvation.


Title: Alex Jones Exposed
Post by: Christian40 on March 22, 2011, 11:14:13 pm
Witness the fear mongering and crazed sensationalism and even blatant lies spews by AJ. Also listen as such notable researchers expose him, William Cooper(killed) and Craig Oxley(owner of The Unhived Mind).

Part 1:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5deVCkvbDA

Part 2:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVmL9ErTzkU

Part 3:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTPZQ-iTyfM


Title: Re: Alex Jones Exposed
Post by: Kilika on March 23, 2011, 05:38:12 am
Disclaimer...

...I have been a registered member at Prison Planet forums for several years. My opinions of Alex Jones are many, namely that he appears to profess a belief on God, but in action I believe he's not being a very good Christian. He seems to have the standard "works" false doctrine, in that he promotes people be active in "saving the country and the world from tyranny".  I believe scripture says there's nothing we can do to save the world. It's toast. All our focus should be is to preach the Word, and watch God give the increase.

That said...

In order to get as full a picture of Alex Jones as possible, one must look at alot of stuff, as it's been daily for many years now. His history is long and colorful to say the least. But then, who's isn't? How "colorful" you might ask? Check out some of the videos of him with Joe Rogan running around in I think LA. Ultimately, God knows the heart of Alex Jones.

I haven't delved into the whole Bill Cooper mess for the simple reason I've seen just enough to know it has gone WAY beyond reason, and is now at the level of the Hatfields and McCoys. In my opinion, people need to move on.

Alex Jones is in my opinion caught up in the world, and as a result, he's acting worldly. He has a choice, as we all do, in how he conducts himself in this world we live in, and in my opinion he has decided to tell people about the evils of the world in a way that the worldly people might receive it, keeping in mind that the world doesn't want to hear about Jesus, but they'll listen all day long about other topics that are secular. So I see him as openly acting as if he's a combatant operating behind enemy lines in this actual war for the truth being told. He is a sensationalist and hasn't always been right. No man has. But the VAST majority of the things he talks aboout is true about the world. People are free to look up the details and he encourages that constantly.

While we know it's a spiritual war, and I believe he knows that, he seems to have decided, unknowingly at the least, he's going to do as scripture says, "use this world as not abusing it..."(1 Corinthians 7:31). This is something that one really needs to put their faith in God on, because operating amongst the enemy in the world can be very tempting and distracting from walking in the Spirit.

As far as what he's doing amongst them of the world, in a "works" manner, I think he's one sharp operator. I believe he knows exactly how the media operates and he's intentionally taking advantage of it as much as he can, because he knows that when trying to tell people of stuff the media won't talk about, any mention in the media is better than nothing. Appearing on Fox and the View to him is a sneak attack of sorts. It's taking the world's game to their home court so to speak. So one can look at what he's been doing from more than one angle.

I think we all are operating behind enemy lines in some way. Thank you Jesus

"Thou therefore endure hardness, as a good soldier of Jesus Christ." 2 Timothy 2:3 (KJB)





Title: Re: Alex Jones Exposed
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on March 23, 2011, 06:17:03 pm
Being a member of PPF for 2.5 years, I agree with Kilika - no, I don't think AJ is some Jesuit/Zionist plant(like you see all the youtubes and other "truther" MBs), but yes, Alex has this misconception, IMHO, that we need to fight back at the evil that is the New World Order to defeat it. Jesus said this would come to pass, so how can anyone believe carnal flesh can rise up and defeat the evils themselves? I like PPF and my time there, but nonetheless, alot of people there think if we can go around waking people up about 9/11 being an inside job, HAARP, Blue Beam, the banksters, the Rockefellers and Rothchilds running the show, the evils of the public school system, flouride, MSG, etc, and from there if the whole world wakes up, then we can at least postpone the luciferians implementing their NWO. Ultimately, nothing is Christ-centered at all. The works of this world has been evil to begin with, with or with no NWO guys.

Overall, yes, it would be OK to be informed that 9/11 was an inside job, HAARP causing natural disasters, the public school systems being wicked, the false left/right paradigm in politics, the mind control television, etc. But outside of just merely this knowledge, don't waste your time trying to research into everything(unless it's MSG or other food poisonings that can harm your health), and use this time to meditate in the Word of God.



Title: Re: Alex Jones Exposed
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on March 23, 2011, 06:29:15 pm
BTW - I also feel the same way about William F. Cooper. While his Mystery Babylon series is outstanding, I would NOT recommend it to any unbelievers, or for that matter new believers(I did recently recommend it to a pastor's daughter I know).

While I admired Cooper's decades of research into MB, which really has alot of depth and meat into it, and opened my eyes to the men that Satan uses behind the curtains, at the same time, I was disappointed when Cooper didn't use any of his air time to preach the gospel to the lost(although he quoted the KJV, and he seemed to know his bible well). He admitted that he would leave his Buddhist neighbors alone b/c they have their 1st ammendment rights(ie-couldn't he at least given them a bible tract, or even a small pocket bible?), and he also bought into the "religious freedom" in the 1st ammendment. No, I'm not saying our Constitution is bad in any ways, but this particular clause in the US Constitution is a bit deceptive b/c "religious freedom" does NOT give you eternal life.

Overall, he had good intentions and was concerned over the welfare of the beings of America, but he pretty much had the same mentality that we "had to defeat the NWO" as Alex does. And overall, he seemed to value the Constitution over the bible as the standard of authority.

With that being said, his 42 part MB is very good.


Title: Re: Alex Jones Exposed
Post by: Kilika on March 24, 2011, 12:51:09 pm
"ye cannot serve God and mammon".

And that is exactly what those types are trying to do, while some are just using the bible as part of their "research" but don't actually believe the bible.

They are caught up in the world. And to be honest, if I were of the world, I'd be right there by their side with guns strapped to the hips ready for a bloody fight against the enemies of the US, BUT thank you Jesus, I know WHY there are enemies of the US and why the world is a cesspool of evil and governments are so tyrranical, and I also know why mankind will not be able to resist that evil nor will they be able to win any fights against the "NWO".

ONLY Jesus will be able to defeat the evil of this world. People do need to learn what is evil, and then they can learn why its evil, but it will never really make any sense to the unbelieving without the Spirit.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on January 08, 2013, 05:35:40 am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AtyKofFih8Y

who does this help? Really think about it, his childish rants help the other side and paint US as crazies. Alex is a paid shill workking for the NWO. Everytime he gest a chnace to make a meaningful contribution, he does stuff like this. SO really who is he helping? Sure isnt the patriot movement...Facts is facts people and AJ bats for the other team as a controlled paid schill

Alex Jones' Piers Morgan Rant: Radio Host Unleashes Explosive Pro-Gun Tirade (VIDEO)

Radio host Alex Jones delivered an intense pro-gun rant on CNN's "Piers Morgan Tonight" on Monday.

Morgan invited Jones onto his show to discuss the conservative pundit's campaign to "Deport Piers Morgan" in the wake of the CNN host's advocacy of gun control following the Sandy Hook massacre.

Jones began the segment by arguing that world governments and "the megabanks that control the planet" are conspiring to take guns away from regular citizens. "They've taken everybody's guns, but the Swiss and the American people," he said. The 2nd Amendment, he then went on to argue, was created to "protect us from tyrannical government and street thugs."

Over the course of the tirade -- during which he referenced the recent high-profile gang **** in India and Chinese revolutionary Mao Zedong -- Jones' demeanor grew noticeably more irate before finally boiling over with the following declaration:

"I'm here to tell you, 1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms! Doesn't matter how many lemmings you get out there on the street, begging for 'em to have their guns taken. We will not relinquish them. Do you understand?! That's why you're going to fail, and the establishment knows, no matter how much propaganda, the republic will rise again!"
Jones also placed blame for the recent mass shootings on drugs such as Prozac.

"The number one cause of death in America is suicide," Jones said, "because they give people suicide mass murder pills!"

During the second half of the segment, he went on to mockingly ape Morgan's British accent.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/08/alex-jones-piers-morgan-guns_n_2429161.html


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on January 08, 2013, 05:36:31 am
Alex Jones brings the crazy to Piers Morgan show
On CNN, the wacky gun rights advocate says "1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms"


If you were watching Alabama put a hurting on Notre Dame tonight, you might have missed the evening’s other best clash. On his CNN show, Piers Morgan hosted Alex Jones, the radio host, Second Amendment ideologue, and one of the people behind the petition to Deport Piers Morgan.

It was as insane as you might imagine, as Jones baited Morgan about a hacking scandal at the British newspaper he edited, invoked the New World Order, challenged Morgan to a boxing match, and suggested it would be 1776 all over again if the government tried to take guns away from citizens.

RealClearPolitics has more of a transcript, but here are five of Jones’ craziest highlights.

1. Bloomberg, AP, Reuters, you name it — brag that they’re going to get our guns as well. They’ve taken everybody’s guns, but the Swiss and the American people and when they get our guns, they can have their world tyranny while the government buys 1.6 billion bullets, armored vehicles, tanks, helicopters, predator drones, armed now in U.S. skies, being used to arrest people in North Dakota.

2. The Second Amendment isn’t there for duck hunting. It’s there to protect us from tyrannical government and street thugs.

3. True, we have a higher gun violence level, but overall, muggings, stabbing, deaths — those men raped that woman to India to death with an iron rod four feet long. You can’t ban the iron rods. …  I’m here to tell you, 1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms! It doesn’t matter how many lemmings you get out there in the street begging for them to have their guns taken. We will not relinquish them. Do you understand?

4. You have hoards of people burning down cities and beating old women’s brains out out everyday. They arrest people in England if they defend themselves, that’s on record. My God, you have a total police state. Everybody is fleeing the country because — you’ve had to flee, bud. Yeah, you fled here. Why don’t you go back and face the charges for the hacking scandal?

5. Why did you get fired from the Daily Mirror for putting out fake stories? You’re a hatchet man of the New World Order. … You think you’re a tough guy? Have me back with a boxing ring and I’ll wear red, white, and blue, and you’ll wear your Jolly Roger.

http://www.salon.com/2013/01/08/alex_jones_brings_the_crazy_to_piers_morgan_show/


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on January 08, 2013, 05:40:22 am
Alex Jones Goes Crazy On Piers Morgan

Conservative nutjob Alex Jones went absolutely crazy Monday night on Piers Morgan. The conspiracy theorist and radio host began ranting against Morgan, the target of a petition meant to deport the British CNN host because of his views on gun control. Jones seems to be in favor of that petition, to say the least, and went crazy on Morgan's show.

This is not Jones' first blowup, but it's definitely a fun one. This time, his target is the anti-gun Morgan, who tries repeatedly to get Jones to say anything coherent and not at the top of his lungs. Of course, Jones ignores him, and eventually goes on a rant about - you guessed it - Hitler.


http://www.vibe.com/article/alex-jones-goes-crazy-piers-morgan


He had a chance to reach a LOT of people, he could have went on as anormal person and had a real discussion, but no. He had to make everyone who advocates gun rights and the constitution as crazy loony bins. That is Alex's job, that is all he has been doing for the last 10 years. He isnt the voice of reason, he is a paid shill who is out to control a portion of believers. Bill Cooper called it on him years ago, now the rest of us need to realize it.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on January 08, 2013, 09:19:12 am
I watched a little bit of the interview while I was watching the football game - surprisingly(or unsurprisingly), Morgan treated Jones with KID GLOVES. He pretty much stood down and acted like a little puppy.

Yeah, the same Piers Morgan who's been acting on fire in recent weeks calling for gun control and even disrespecting his gun rights' guests.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on January 08, 2013, 09:42:56 am
Alex Jones Crashes Austin Pro Gun Rally, Then Lies About It On His Show
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=TACalwg360c


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on January 08, 2013, 10:13:53 am
He had a chance to reach a LOT of people, he could have went on as anormal person and had a real discussion, but no. He had to make everyone who advocates gun rights and the constitution as crazy loony bins. That is Alex's job, that is all he has been doing for the last 10 years. He isnt the voice of reason, he is a paid shill who is out to control a portion of believers. Bill Cooper called it on him years ago, now the rest of us need to realize it.

And let's not forget about "Republican" supporters/voters - in the first place, they get turned off by people like Jones b/c people like Jones expose 9/11 being an inside job...b/c quite simply, they feel it slanders their "hero" George W. Bush(as it happened under his watch).

So yeah, when Jones goes on the CIA-runned MSM to put on this act, it will only fuel the fire in terms of not only painting the "patriot" movement in a bad light, but further lead those under the false left/right paradigm to further anger. Yeah, don't be surprised if over the long haul, even the GOP-supporters start to buy into gun control b/c of how they get turned off by the Jones-lead "patriot" movement.(ie-even those in the "conservative" media outlets like Michael Savage are openly expressing need for gun control recently)

As for if/when gun confiscation happens, I don't think it'll happen forcefully, but over the long haul as more potentially tragic events like Sandy Hook, Columbine(or if a city gets nuked) happen, and the economy continues to go into a downhill slide, is when the masses will get more and more desperate(partly out of fear) that they will end up doing something.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on January 08, 2013, 10:31:15 am
Piers Morgan/AJ "rant" is now Top 10 on the Yahoo tracker, and numerous MSM articles are reporting it as well(ie-TV Guide being one of them too).


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on January 08, 2013, 10:49:06 am
No, this is not good. I'm sure the majority of Tweet comments are negative.

‘Alex Jones’ Number 1 Twitter Trend After CNN Confrontation

http://www.infowars.com/alex-jones-number-1-twitter-trend-after-cnn-confrontation/



Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on January 08, 2013, 11:03:45 am
Alex Jones Crashes Austin Pro Gun Rally, Then Lies About It On His Show
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=TACalwg360c

It was this right here that opened my eyes to who and what Alex is. I ended up in a big argument with Sane over what happened here, and even he had to question what went down.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on January 08, 2013, 11:52:10 am
It was this right here that opened my eyes to who and what Alex is. I ended up in a big argument with Sane over what happened here, and even he had to question what went down.

Maybe that's why Sane has just completely disappeared? It's been over 1/2 of a year, I believe, since he's shown any activity on that board.



Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Kilika on January 08, 2013, 01:56:45 pm
It was this right here that opened my eyes to who and what Alex is. I ended up in a big argument with Sane over what happened here, and even he had to question what went down.

Hard to make sense of that one for sure. Was he misinformed who the protesters were? Strange. Hard to believe he would do such a thing so openly. How could he expect to have any credibility after a stunt like that? Unless it really is a case of him trying to look stupid.

He boasted during the small part I watched that he is on something like 140 stations, etc. So I then question how is it that if he were a true enemy of the state, how is it that he's getting such air time? Is he just a misdirected nut job and they are just giving him a rope to hang himself with? Could be. He's doing a pretty good job of it, whether he's intentional or not. Or, he's part of the problem itself, just a different "agency".

Whatever the case, I don't trust man for one, and I also definitely don't trust some person screaming their Christian and at the same time is screaming about revolutions and the Constitutional right to bear arms. You cannot serve God and mammon, and we are to love our enemies, not draw a bead on them with a 12 gauge because they are trespassing on our carnal "rights".

For all tense and purposes, he's a false prophet, a wolf in sheep's clothing.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on January 08, 2013, 02:11:30 pm
His whole reasoning, and in the threads on PPF was the girl that was there was the famous COINTELPRO, regardless he came accross as a richard plane and simple. As you watch the clip he didnt talk to anyone, didnt approach anyone he just showed up and made an a$$ out of himself and purposly made the whole thing out as another AJ crazy fest.

And the whole cointelpro thing came out days later, at first he claimed the girl wanted his autograph and stuff. I dont htink he realised there was cameras filming until way afterward. Thats when all the lies started. Again, just watch it from beginning to end, he shows, acts crazy, blames everyone else, and the whole thing is written off as crazy people.

AJ is a controlled paid schill, the evidence bears this out.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on January 08, 2013, 06:08:34 pm


BREAKING: Alex Jones of InfoWars Makes American Gun Owners Look Really, Really Bad

Posted on January 7, 2013 by Robert Farago

This just in: “Frankly, RF, this looks *really* bad for all gun owners. You and I are both libertarians and share like-minded politics, and we may even agree with Alex Jones from time to time. But the rant Alex Jones went on during this ‘debate’ will be used by the antis to discredit us for a long time coming. I can’t help but feel sick. This sets our movement back so far. I can picture the left using Alex Jones’ soundbytes from Piers Morgan for a very long time. I only hope . . .

that as this is replayed that the American people see how absurd Alex Jones was acting that they feel he must be an extreme representative of gun owners and can’t possibly speak for the majority of us.

Piers was very smart to choose Alex Jones, someone Piers knew would go nuclear at the push of a button and hang himself with his own rope. Notice how Piers let Jones speak and monopolize the entire ‘debate’?

In all other debates, like with Pratt, Piers would monopolize the conversation and speak over his pro-gun guests as they used intellectual arguments.

With AJ, Piers didn’t even have to do that, he let Alex Jones discredit himself with his ramblings. I think this is really bad, bud. “

http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2013/01/robert-farago/breaking-alex-jones-of-infowars-makes-american-gun-owners-look-really-really-bad/#comment-588377


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on January 08, 2013, 06:34:13 pm
In all other debates, like with Pratt, Piers would monopolize the conversation and speak over his pro-gun guests as they used intellectual arguments.



And ultimately, it was Morgan that looked like a fool in the interview he did with Pratt.

Let every man be pursuadeth by his own mind...


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on January 08, 2013, 11:30:11 pm
It's not that it's all coming off fake, but this is VERY Jesuit-ical in nature...playing on everyone's emotions, that is. To be frank, the "truth" movement media(Jones, Rense, Rivero, etc) are using the exact same tactics the GOP-lead media(Bozell, Rush, Hannity, FOX, etc) have been using since Reagan's days.(ie-using buzzwords like "liberal media" to shut everyone's eyes and minds from the truth)

Either way, Jones is really getting alot of MSM attention now - when he went on CNN 7 years ago to "expose" 9/11, he really didn't get that much buzz.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbV2eYla_b8


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Kilika on January 09, 2013, 04:19:12 am
Well, who really was the smart one? Alex is Alex, but one thing he can do is stir up conversation, and that's half the battle of getting people to at least pay some attention to what's going on around them.

As a result, look at the things these nuts are saying about him and in general. "Pop him"? Alex is nutty, but to call for somebody to get shot? Typical of anti-gun kooks.

And the mantra is really getting worked too. Notice how they focus on "assault weapons", and "semi-automatic". If these idiots knew anything about guns, they'd know that in fact, even a double barrel shotgun is "semi-auto", and so is a double-action revolver! All it means is that you can shoot the weapon by pulling the trigger and it will fire with each trigger pull as many times as you have ammo. That's it. One round one trigger pull.

Catch words. They live by them, and use them to sway the public, and even outright lie to them. What is an "assault rifle" anyway? How can anybody define that term? Regardless, they use it anyway because the word conveys aggression and attacking, to suggest that it's an offensive gun somehow, and infer it's bad.

Yeah, I think Alex knew going in that Morgan would try to sway the conversation if he was allowed to control the conversation, so I guess Jones decided to bulldoze him and not give Morgan a chance to twist the conversation. That, and the fact that they only gave him a few minutes on air, so maybe he was trying to cram in as many points as possible. But the mocking Brit accent, etc was over the top childish at best. It made Alex look outright stupid, and I think it didn't do anything to win supporters to his cause.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on January 09, 2013, 10:54:28 am
^^

Wouldn't at alluminum baseball bat technically be an "assault weapon" as well? Yeah, you can do alot of damage with that.(aside from hitting a baseball with it, that is)

Looks like good 'ole Alex is doing just that, helping to start another revolution in this country...

’1776 will commence again’ Goes Viral After Alex Jones Interview
http://fox2now.com/2013/01/08/1776-will-commence-again-goes-viral-after-alex-jones-interview/


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on January 09, 2013, 03:22:23 pm
Now let the Hegelian Dialectic paradigm continue...

http://thehill.com/blogs/twitter-room/other-news/276243-rep-himes-slams-alex-jones-and-his-ilk

Glenn Beck, another syndicated radio host often similarly labeled, blasted Jones on his radio show Tuesday for making "a fool out of himself" on CNN and "giving the left the perfect poster boy for their attempts to paint every logical conservative as an extremist nut job."

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Hey Glenn, why don't you repent of your wicked ways! You know, when you've done your darnest to deceive the evangelical Christian community to follow your Mormon ways! >:(


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on January 09, 2013, 04:59:00 pm
No, I don't endorse the secular The Young Turks, but to their credit, they make some good points here.

Who's Crazier - Alex Jones, Glenn Beck, or Michael Savage?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RoXlpuYxOHE&feature=youtu.be



Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on January 09, 2013, 05:17:01 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4k5MEg2lQk


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on January 10, 2013, 06:51:23 pm
Who's Crazier - Alex Jones, Glenn Beck, or Michael Savage?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RoXlpuYxOHE&feature=youtu.be

Anyone watch this? Michael Savage said the GOP needs to have a Nationalist Movement where they can build up a charasmatic leader.

 ::) Now where has this been done before?


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on January 10, 2013, 11:35:51 pm
http://www.cnn.com/2013/01/09/us/alex-jones-profile/index.html

(CNN) -- Conspiracies abound, Alex Jones will tell you.

Bankers pull the strings on world governments to solidify their power. Companies are harming you and ducking responsibility. Antidepressants are "suicide mass murder pills." President Barack Obama is using drones against Americans.

And the collapse of the World Trade Center towers on September 11, 2001, was engineered by the government.

Now, he's attacking CNN host Piers Morgan, depicting the British native of being a "red coat" out to step on Americans' rights and calling for his deportation.

Alex Jones: More guns mean less crime Jones: 'We will not relinquish' guns Dershowitz: Jones 'was an exhibit' Kristof: 'I hope Jones does more TV'

In recent segments on Morgan's show, Jones accused him of wanting to take Americans' guns, hurling insults at Morgan in between shouted arguments.

"You're a hatchet man of the new world order. You're a hatchet man," Jones told Morgan on Monday. "And I want to say this right here, you think you're a tough guy? Have me back with a boxing ring in here, and I'll wear red, white, and blue, and you can wear your Jolly Roger."

It's just all in a day's work for Jones, who simply sees himself as a bulwark against efforts by everyone from the Gates Foundation -- run by Microsoft founder
Bill Gates -- to conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh to undermine the free world.

Rolling Stone once called him "the most paranoid man in America."

In a commentary on his website, Jones objected to the use of the word "paranoid," but otherwise corroborated the accuracy of the Rolling Stones article, which described an extreme distrust of prominent world institutions, leaders and media figures.

Jones, who started out on one radio station in 1996, espouses his theories on a three-hour daily syndicated radio program he says is carried on 140 stations.

It also streams over the Internet and listeners also can dial in by phone.

Jones also appears as a guest on "Conspiracy Theory" with former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura, as well as on Fox News, Russia Today and mainstream television networks and cable stations in the United States and Britain, according to his Genesis Communications biography.

He's cranked out more than 15 films, according to his website biography, all espousing predictions of a dire future. Titles warn of a coming "Police State," the impending "Fall of the Republic" and the undermining of American society by Obama -- who Jones says is paving the way for world dominance by corporations and banks.

He also has a YouTube channel and two websites -- Infowars.com and PrisonPlanet.com -- but they nearly duplicate each other in format and content.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Christian40 on February 01, 2013, 12:55:07 am
Alex Jones says HE is NOT a Catholic Jesuit

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sk1YUyELFNw

Alex Jones vehemently denies being a Jesuit and sends a warning out to Catholics to be concerned about the Vaticans One World Government Agenda.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on February 06, 2013, 03:27:20 pm
^^

And he waits until NOW to say it? ::)

BTW, don't think Alex reads his bible b/c otherwise this would be his reaction...

James_5:12  But above all things, my brethren, swear not, neither by heaven, neither by the earth, neither by any other oath: but let your yea be yea; and your nay, nay; lest ye fall into condemnation.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Christian40 on February 07, 2013, 12:52:20 am

BTW, don't think Alex reads his bible b/c otherwise this would be his reaction...

James_5:12  But above all things, my brethren, swear not, neither by heaven, neither by the earth, neither by any other oath: but let your yea be yea; and your nay, nay; lest ye fall into condemnation.

yeah why doesn't he quote the King James Bible if he is so after "truth" ?

John 8:32   And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.

John 8:46   Which of you convinceth me of sin? And if I say the truth, why do ye not believe me?

John 16:13 Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth: for he shall not speak of himself; but whatsoever he shall hear, that shall he speak: and he will shew you things to come.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Kilika on February 07, 2013, 03:01:49 am
It's because he's a product of churchianity, and they use all kinds of bible commentaries, and frankly, I don't think he cares which "bible" is the real one. If he truly were born-again, I don't think he would be able to operate the way he does, or say the things he does about "fighting" the NWO.

He's completely caught up in worldly living by the law and not grace.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: pavelow on February 13, 2013, 10:06:47 am
I never took Alex as a true born again believer, he exudes rotten fruit! I have come to a place in my life where I can't stomach reading PPF anymore. Here is a post that really made me nauseous!

"For 37 years of my life I was a true believer too. Yeah, I knew that "God" told his people to kill everyone in those cities. I was also ok with god killing everyone who doesn't believe in him, including children. I merely accepted these things as collateral damage.

I'm ASHAMED OF MYSELF!

One night I had an epiphany and my faith fell like a house of cards. This happened in 2000. I have to say that this epiphany was made possible in part by listening to Alex Jones on the Radio. My mind started opening because of the ideas presented on his show. I started allowing myself to come to MY OWN conclusions about the fact.

Thank You Alex Jones!

Now? I don't hate the believers unless they use those beliefs against others. I pity the sheep leading themselves to the slaughter.

The old testament is full of intolerance. The new testament started with Jesus preaching tolerance and love but evolved into eternal torture for non believers. Keep it.

If there's one thing I've learned from my years in the religious experience it's that we need to care for the ones around us. Our children need a future of peace and freedom. What will we do to give them a chance?  Get rid of the ignorance. That's the only way they can keep us enslaved to faith.

The more you know.......The less Faith you need.

Tim"
http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=35088.120

This on top of the thousands of hopeless people on that site that think they can stop what is coming! They are so blind to the truth! I can clearly see what is coming, but Jesus is in total control! If I wasn't born again I would be a nut job over what is happening to this world and our country!


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on February 13, 2013, 11:08:36 am
^^

Yeah, even though there are numerous posts and threads on PPF that are noteworthy news items you don't hear in the MSM(ie-daily reports over the imminent economy collapse from various parts of the world, health stuff you don't hear in the mainstream, etc), overall, you just don't see any decent fruit of Christianity on there. As a matter of fact, it leans anti-Christian more than anything else.

I haven't been on there in 3 or so weeks b/c of PC problems, but since I got it back last week it was as if I just felt no need nor desire to go back there. I'll admit some of their brass, "let's fight the NWO", and un-Christian behavior rubbed off on me a bit, and I also noticed other professing Christians there were learning their ways as well(no, I'm not calling out anyone here, but there were a couple of posters there I had random pm conversations with that are Christians, but over time they started to backslide a bit).

Now from what I hear, Alex and his Infowar minions are pushing New Age doctrines pretty heavily recently. Yah, now is the time to stray far away from Infowars and PPF!

2Cor 6:14  Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness?
2Co 6:15  And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel?
2Co 6:16  And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people.
2Co 6:17  Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you,
2Co 6:18  And will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be my sons and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty.





Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: pavelow on February 13, 2013, 12:24:45 pm
Totally agree BA2! Most of the folks there have found their "savior" and his name is Alex Jones. It totally breaks my heart. Seems like the religion forums have been taken over by SDA's as well.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Kilika on February 14, 2013, 03:57:33 am
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The more you know.......The less Faith you need.

Can't agree with that. Faith is everything. Even in a lack of knowledge, faith is what saves you.

"Now as touching things offered unto idols, we know that we all have knowledge. Knowledge puffeth up, but charity edifieth." 1 Corinthians 8:1 (KJB)

8  For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: [it is] the gift of God:
9  Not of works, lest any man should boast.
Ephesians 2:8,9 (KJB)




Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on April 28, 2013, 11:25:27 am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6CSjj3HT7E


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on April 28, 2013, 12:09:43 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUis_wkk3iI


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on April 28, 2013, 01:23:20 pm
I saw the 2 minute Jones interview on youtube yesterday - yeah, he ADMITS IT very clearly.

The other one, from Thomas Richards, saw a number of his videos exposing Alex Jones and his ties to the Catholic Church, which have been very informative.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Empirex on April 28, 2013, 03:29:44 pm
Well then Alex Jones is the worst schill in the history of all schills.
The guy is responsible for waking up more people than anyone else - he should be fired immediately from his position as master schill!!

He continues to wake up so many people, shouting his message from the rooftops.

Here's the problem -- you all try to set him up on a pedestal and then shoot him down.

Is Alex perfect - of course not.
Does he make mistakes, of course.

Who here is perfect?

Anyway, I don't agree with Alex on everything and as I said he makes mistakes but making that jump to schill... well then you need to add many more names to that list of schills.

You might as well add Doug Hagmann, Steve Quayle, Gerald Celente, Steve Pieczenik and many other names to the list.

The problem is when people put him up on a pedestal, and then when he get's something wrong they shoot him down.

Don't forget to continue to think for yourself. This won't happen if you do as Alex always says -- and don't believe anyone (including Alex), rather do the research yourself.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Kilika on April 29, 2013, 03:14:12 am
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This won't happen if you do as Alex always says

Hey Emirex, At least a couple of us know Alex for years now. We get the Alex thing, but we, at least I, don't really care what Alex says to do. We do what Jesus says to do. What your saying is for all those non-believers with their head in the sand.

Without Jesus, it don't matter if you listen to Alex or not.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Empirex on April 29, 2013, 05:27:32 am
Hey Emirex, At least a couple of us know Alex for years now. We get the Alex thing, but we, at least I, don't really care what Alex says to do. We do what Jesus says to do. What your saying is for all those non-believers with their head in the sand.

Without Jesus, it don't matter if you listen to Alex or not.

Talk about a quote-mine :o

Alex says we should think for ourselves, ie. not take what Alex or anyone says as truth, but do the thinking for ourselves. If you disagree with that, well ok then.

And please stop suggesting that if one listens to Alex (or anyone else) you don't listen to Jesus. Of course I agree that without Jesus, none of this means anything. That is a given 24/7, 365.

But then what is the point of many parts of this website called End Times and Current Events.
Why does this board have a section called Current Events with sub-sections Vaccination information, GMO/Monsanto, Weather/Earthquakes/Global Science Hoax's, Eugenics / Depopulation, Health, Christian Persecution, Education; and the Economic Collapse of we are not to worry about earthly events copncerned with finance, etc.

Are you saying that no man has a message worth listening to??

I really am not following your logic on this one.

Like it or not Alex has been leading the charge against the NWO for years now.
Who leads Alex? Jesus.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Kilika on April 29, 2013, 03:10:16 pm
Talk about a quote-mine :o

Alex says we should think for ourselves, ie. not take what Alex or anyone says as truth, but do the thinking for ourselves. If you disagree with that, well ok then.

And please stop suggesting that if one listens to Alex (or anyone else) you don't listen to Jesus. Of course I agree that without Jesus, none of this means anything. That is a given 24/7, 365.

But then what is the point of many parts of this website called End Times and Current Events.
Why does this board have a section called Current Events with sub-sections Vaccination information, GMO/Monsanto, Weather/Earthquakes/Global Science Hoax's, Eugenics / Depopulation, Health, Christian Persecution, Education; and the Economic Collapse of we are not to worry about earthly events copncerned with finance, etc.

Are you saying that no man has a message worth listening to??

I really am not following your logic on this one.

Like it or not Alex has been leading the charge against the NWO for years now.
Who leads Alex? Jesus.

Quote? What do you mean "mine"?  ???

I'm very familiar with Alex telling people time and again to do their own homework. As I said, I was a regular for years over at PPF. I know his "mantra". I also know his claims of being a Christian. God only knows if a person will be in the end saved.

For now, from what has come out of that man's mouth, and left for posterity and confirmation on countless videos, which according to scripture, "out of the heart, the mouth speaketh", his "fruit" is rotten.

It's one thing to warn people of what scripture is telling us IS coming, it's a whole 'nother ballgame when you take that info and go telling people to "fight the NWO, take back your country", blah blah blah. Alex promotes a "patriotic" message that is moving people to fight for the "rights", when in reality, Jesus tells us to not be bothered with all that stuff in the world. Jesus tells us IT WILL happen, and there is not anything that man can do about it.

America, nor any country, can be saved from complete and total collapse and eventual destruction by God Himself. Alex and the rest of his band of "patriots" are fighting a loosing battle. They WILL lose, God Almighty will see to that in the end.

Jesus is telling you, Alex, and everybody else to "love your enemies", and render to God what is God's, to be "unspotted from the world". We may in the flesh live in this world, but those who are saved have put their hearts on things above, not on things on the earth, because as it says, "For here we have no continuing city, but we seek one to come". Jesus' kingdom is not of this world, therefore as He says, His servants don't fight.

When you are saved, you spiritually put down your swords and turn them into plowshares. You change your focus to looking for the city to come. "Heaven and earth shall pass away...", because "and we shall be changed".

The deception of the false doctrine that Alex promotes is that he's speaking like a lamb tossing around some claims of Christianity, with a doctrine of resistance to the "NWO", which is a doctrine of "works" and not of faith and humility.

"Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh"

Every man has his place, and through each can come wisdom and understanding of a truth. BUT, one must have themselves grounded and settled in the real truth, The Word of God by the indwelling of the Spirit, in order to know which man is saying the truth according to the Word.

Consider the parable about leaven. Alex has a doctrine that is leavened with a works doctrine. That is a fact.

As for this site, and what we are doing here, our "ministry" is to "reprove, rebuke, exhort..." about what is happening around us now, and what will come according to the future as stated in scripture. We are told to freely give as we have freely received, so we are exhorted to share the truth with others as we have been shown. Take it or leave it. No one is forcing you, or anyone to read it or believe it, though we HIGHLY recommend you at least believe the scriptures that are posted here, and let God explain it to you.

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And please stop suggesting that if one listens to Alex (or anyone else) you don't listen to Jesus

To be blunt, and direct, the truth is that you really aren't in any position to tell us to do anything with out site. That said, we have "suggested" no such thing. I believe that at least for myself, I have made it clear, and quite recently in a post, that Alex has served to share a lot of what's going in the world that is true. My discernment, "try the spirits whether they are of God...", is that Alex is leading people astray with his interpretation of scripture. He has a standard "churchianity" doctrine. That has been determine by more than three witnesses, all in agreement doctrinally. Is he saved? Don't know, ask God. As it appears, he's WAY off track doctrinally, saved or not.

Basically, our site is exhorting people to look at what is going on and compare it to what Jesus tells us in scripture. We are not trying to "save the country". We are doing what the Spirit moves us to do, which is to share what the Spirit tells us through scripture.

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Who leads Alex? Jesus.

That remains to be seen. Some think they are led of Jesus, when in fact Jesus will tell them in the end He never knew them.

First one must learn the truth before they can tell if Alex is telling the truth.

"To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, [it is] because [there is] no light in them." Isaiah 8:20 (KJB)

"Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world." 1 John 4:1 (KJB)


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on May 17, 2013, 10:04:37 am
Sometimes you have to wonder... :o

(http://lh5.ggpht.com/-EyBET6y-xcY/TYt192NOajI/AAAAAAAADZU/NUlW_XGevIw/S.M.O.F..jpg)


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on May 17, 2013, 04:16:23 pm
Sometimes you have to wonder... :o

(http://lh5.ggpht.com/-EyBET6y-xcY/TYt192NOajI/AAAAAAAADZU/NUlW_XGevIw/S.M.O.F..jpg)

i must say, that is uncanny


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on May 28, 2013, 07:54:03 pm
This is a post from one of the Global Mods on PPF. And this is how almost all of the Mods think there, so really look at what he says in his post, and then really think about what AJ promotes, if this is how he runs his forum.

Before anyone gets carried away demonizing lesbians, keep in mind who wrote the following book:

     (http://www.infowarsshop.com/thumbnail.asp?file=assets/images/bgreenmask_front.jpg&maxx=300&maxy=0) (http://www.infowarsshop.com/Behind-The-Green-Mask-UN-Agenda-21_p_585.html)
                         [Image clickable]


As with any other group of people, one must -- through the exercise of objective, common sense discernment -- separate the wheat from the chaff.

Just as good and bad people alike come in all "colors," so too do they come in both gay and straight sexual orientations.

I'll take Rosa Koire over the average gay-bashing, warmongering, government-worshiping "Christian" evangelical any day.

(I'm straight, by the way.)


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on May 28, 2013, 10:34:46 pm
Yeah, DESPITE the fact that the homosexual agenda is in the Communist Manifesto, you RARELY ever hear PPF, nor Alex, expose it. Come to think of it, whenever I post news articles over the pushing of this agenda on PPF, it is either met with indifference or scorn.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Boldhunter on May 29, 2013, 12:39:50 am
I just want to say, when I really began to ask the LORD, where we are in the signs of His bringing us home (aka The Rapture) THIS is where He led me . ONLY He could have helped me see (as He has all of us) past the tangled web of lies intracately woven by the king of all Liars.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Kilika on May 29, 2013, 03:22:45 am
I find it hard to believe that Alex actually knows half of what his mods do at PPF.

Take for instance my "departure" at the hands of EvadingGrid. He's a Brit and got offended apparently when I told him I as an American wasn't about to listen to some Brit tell me what the 2nd Amendment means. And I surely wasn't going to tolerate him being friendly in private and asking me for help with people, when in public he would blast me and fight me at every turn.

So, here we have an American from Texas, who has British idiots running his website, and banning Americans from his American-based website. And then there is his cohort Paul Watson, another Brit. Not to mention Alex claims to be Christian, but he has a bunch of anti-Christian devils running his forums. I can only imagine how the Christian section at PPF has been trashed now with Mark and myself gone!

Alex isn't as patriotic and American as he leads on! He has compromised his position and integrity, and it's showing.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on May 29, 2013, 12:25:25 pm
Thought I would add this too - RARELY, if NEVER Alex has ever exposed Ronald Reagan. Come to think of it, like Ron Paul, he's a Reagan ADMIRERER. You have Alex promoting Ron Paul, hence getting the "truth" movement that's fed up with the 2 party system to support Paul.

I was talking about Reagan with my dad the other day, and pretty much my dad too was aware of Reagan's liberalism views on gun control, abortion, raising taxes, funding Islamic terrorists in the ME, practicing black magic, etc(and for that matter too his re-establishment of ties with the Pope, loosening regulations on GMOs/Monsanto and the banks, etc).

Yes, I understand Reagan is another puppet on a string, but at the same time you can't deny that ALOT of HARM and BAD SEEDS were planted under his watch, but en yet the GOP establishment, conservative/alternative media outlets like FOX/Rush/Alex, and even the MSM keeps promoting this guy as the "father of conservatism", and continues to be the poster boy for the GOP establishment.

This is just my opinion, and observations as well - but I feel the entire conservative/alternative media system like FOX, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Alex Jones, Matt Drudge, etc were set up to do just that...keep promoting the lies of how Ronald Reagan was this "patriot conservative", and hence blinding people's eyes shifting the blame to others like especially Obama now, when in fact the freefall of American society really started to hit hard since 1980 - otherwise if the masses see Reagan for who is really is, IMHO the false paradigm 2 party system will crumble with it. You even see a lot of these attitudes on some of these modern-day ministries like Jan Markell and Hal Lindsey.

As a result, it's brought a lot of misperception and even fear on the public over what is good and what is evil - no, I am NOT endorsing Obama by any means, but let's not forget Obama is merely pushing the same blueprint all of the previous minions have been doing so. I mean with all of these record gun sales going on since he got into office, where was all of this in the 1980's and 1994 when Reagan pushed for strict gun control laws? Obama a Muslim? Won't deny that, but why did everyone turn a blind eye on Reagan practicing black magic, which Moses and the OT prophets called an abomination?

Ultimately - when you read posts on PPF daily, it seems like 90% of them are more POLITICAL than anything else - it's feels like you're reading some GOP establishment message board. Yes, again, I know Reagan was another puppet, but you can't deny he has been a BIG piece of the puzzle from 1980 and onward. It should be no coincidence that the alternative media pushed a Reagan admirer in Ron Paul, given that Paul and his son Rand is part of this same establishment(albeit with a few twists).


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on June 02, 2013, 11:51:38 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyzwNmZfclo


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on June 04, 2013, 08:26:10 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_MBKymsfm4

Starting around 16:30 AJ goes into his new-age jolt that he gets as he crosses the Stonehenge lay-lines and enters the circle itself. This is all 100% new-age and NOT Christian as we are protected from this sort of stuff and would not experience anything when crossing these lines. This just proves that AJ is NOT a Christian, but is in fact a new-age adherent.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on June 04, 2013, 09:56:24 pm
I read this earlier today - yeah, Alex is really pushing New Age stuff now.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: tennis shoe on June 05, 2013, 12:09:23 am
Oh my. Just because something feels good does not mean it’s from God. I had to learn that the hard way. These sensations are just as real as anything drug-induced. The fact that Jones wants to go back to the site for another “fix” is both telling and disturbing.

Icke reported a similar experience that led to seeing demonic entities. Yeah, they’re real and they’re there. But I don’t personally need the burden of seeing them. Christ can deal with them a whole lot better than I ever could.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on June 09, 2013, 08:16:16 pm
Here is more proof, id say 100% proof that AJ is a paid shill and controlled opposition. EVERY time, 100% of the time with out fail, when he gets real exposure, all he does is make himself look crazy and every one else in the truth movement to look the same. If Bill Cooper was still alive he would be totally against AJ. Please wake up, look at the facts, as AJ says, he is NO Christian and he is not for the truth movement. He is in fact a paid SCHILL

'Idiot’ Bilderberg conspiracy theorist Alex Jones disrupts BBC politics show
Bilderberg conspiracy theorist Alex Jones flew into an uncontrollable tirade live on the BBC’s flagship politics programme after host Andrew Neil described him as an “idiot”


video: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/10108702/Idiot-Bilderberg-conspiracy-theorist-Alex-Jones-disrupts-BBC-politics-show.html

Mr Jones, who runs a conspiracy theory website, began shouting and ranting after the Sunday Politics host told him to “shut it”.

As he screamed “freedom will not stop, you will not stop freedom” Mr Neil tried to bring the show to a close, telling him he was the worst guest ever, then stifling a laugh and pulling faces as he said: “We have an idiot on the programme today.”

Mr Jones appeared on the Sunday morning show as the secretive Bilderberg Group - comprising politicians, economists, academics and business leaders - is meeting at a hotel in Watford.

“The moment Alex Jones knew he was no longer on air he stopped. All an act,” he wrote on Twitter.

Mr Jones appeared alongside David Aaronovitch, a journalist and author who has written a book debunking conspiracy theories.
“Bilderberg is heavily involved in the EU plan and helped hatched it and it is a Nazi plan,” Mr Jones claimed.

“It is the ultimate lobbying meeting”, he said, adding that the attendees were “puppeteers above the major parties”.

Mr Aaronovitch questioned the truth of Mr Jones' claims, asking why he had not been killed for exposing what he describes as a deadly new world order.

The radio host was told several times to be quiet and let his counterpart speak, until eventually Mr Neil can be heard in the background telling him “Oi - shut it.”

At this point Mr Jones, who suggested the BBC were part of the conspiracy, lost his temper, shouting: “Listen, I am here to warn. You keep telling me to shut up. This is isn’t a game.”

Mr Neil responded: “You are the worst person I have ever interviewed.”

The American then began raising his voice, trying to shout over the host who was thanking his other guest.

Pointing and shouting as he plugged his website he ranted: “Freedom will not stop, you will not stop freedom. You will stop the republic. Humanity is awakening.”

When Mr Neill made a gesture signifying he thought Mr Jones was mentally unstable he shouted: “No, you guys are crazy.”

After the show the “shock jock” – named for his aggressive radio style – said he thought his appearance was a success but denied that it was an “act”.
On his website claims were posted the he “confronted” the BBC and shadow Chancellor Ed Balls and “blew Bilderberg wide open”.

Mr Aaronovitch also took to Twitter to talk about the controversial show, telling his followers: “If you thought that @daily_politics discussion on #Bilderberg was mad to watch, all I can say is that actually being there was even crazier.”

Claiming he had “warned” the BBC about the conspiracy theorist he added: “Jones told me afterwards that his appearance on @daily_politics had been a great success. I told him that Brits don't much like yelling.”
Mr Jones is no stranger to controversial interviews. In January launched a tirade of abuse on Piers Morgan after he was invited on the show to debate gun control.

He later started a petition to get the chat show host deported.


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/10108702/Idiot-Bilderberg-conspiracy-theorist-Alex-Jones-disrupts-BBC-politics-show.html

He does it on purpose, because if not he has to be dumbest person in the truth movement


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on June 09, 2013, 10:17:26 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zu55EZZU8OI

The whole thing just looks scripted, to be frank.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on June 10, 2013, 10:20:54 am
'Idiot’ Bilderberg conspiracy theorist Alex Jones disrupts BBC politics show
Bilderberg conspiracy theorist Alex Jones flew into an uncontrollable tirade live on the BBC’s flagship politics programme after host Andrew Neil described him as an “idiot”


It's currently also the top 10 trender on Yahoo.

Also to note - Paypal Co-founder Peter Thiel is one of Ron Paul's biggest campaign contributors. Thiel is also a Bilderberg member, who's openly gay, and has ties to all of these globalist technology industries.

So you have the alternative media with Alex Jones, Jeff Rense, etc that were pushing Ron Paul. A prominent Bilderberg group member was supporting Ron Paul's Presidential campaign. And Ron Paul himself was a RONALD REAGAN supporter in the 1980's.

The whole "truth movement" lead by the alternative media was a scam to begin with.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on June 13, 2013, 10:30:51 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqNKUvCQFok

nuff said, Sane and I went round and round when this happened.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on June 13, 2013, 10:32:25 pm
Bill Cooper Says Alex Jones Is a NWO Shill

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Felb27Kkzbg



Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on June 13, 2013, 10:48:58 pm
Jones smeared Cooper, TWICE - once before he died, and again after he died.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: FervorForFaith on June 20, 2013, 06:57:41 pm
Sometimes you have to wonder... :o

(http://lh5.ggpht.com/-EyBET6y-xcY/TYt192NOajI/AAAAAAAADZU/NUlW_XGevIw/S.M.O.F..jpg)

I was hoping nobody had posted that yet, I wanted to  :D

Yeah, Alex Jones and Ron Paul. Who else could it be?


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on June 26, 2013, 04:46:30 pm
You have Jones's ties to the Jesuits, and Jones and the rest of the "alternative media" promoted Ron Paul since 2007. And Ron Paul has quietly yoked with the globalists his entire career - only to play "good cop" to give those that are fed up with the false paradigm system at the very end.

http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2013/06/rand-paul-on-gay-mmarriage-gop-needs-to-agree-to-disagree/
Rand Paul: On Gay Marriage GOP Needs to ‘Agree to Disagree’
6/26/13

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., told ABC News he believes the Supreme Court ruling on  the Defense of Marriage Act  was appropriate,  and that the issue should be left to the states. He praised Justice Anthony Kennedy for avoiding “a cultural war.”

“As a country we can agree to disagree,” Paul said today, stopping for a moment to talk as he walked through the Capitol. “As a Republican Party, that’s kind of where we are as well. The party is going to have to agree to disagree on some of these issues.”

The comments from Paul, a likely GOP presidential candidate in 2016, highlight how the party’s field could divide over  gay marriage. Many Republicans have been unusually muted in their reactions to the Supreme Court rulings today.

Paul said he agreed with Kennedy, whom he called “someone who doesn’t just want to be in front of opinion but wants government to keep up with opinion.” He said Kennedy “tried to strike a balance.”


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on June 26, 2013, 04:50:52 pm
need to find AJ's comments about the man of steel, that Scott was talking about.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on June 26, 2013, 04:53:27 pm
need to find AJ's comments about the man of steel, that Scott was talking about.

Should we ask over on PPF?

Alex probably talked about it on one of his shows - I don't listen to his shows, so it may be hard to find on those hour long uploads on youtube.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on July 15, 2013, 09:21:24 am
Uhm, the John Birch Society is runned by Jesuits!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LxJ_ngHcT7I



Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on July 15, 2013, 09:26:42 am
Uhm, the John Birch Society is runned by Jesuits!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LxJ_ngHcT7I



JoHN F. McMaNuS, THe JeSuiTS & THe JoHN BiRCH SoCieTY
 
On Alex Jones’ Infowars website there is an article where he is saying that – as close to outright as possible – he’s a JBSer: John Birch Society member. Consider his deferential position to Jesuit-trained JBS President John F. McManus. Now consider pro-Vatican Ron Paul’s endorsement of his “many friends” that are members of the highly Catholic John Birch Society (an organisation with many high-level Masons & long links to Knights of Malta) & read the articles “the John Birch Society” & “the Belmont Brotherhood” & think about Paul’s Luciferian Masonic salutes – & no, he’s not greeting deaf people either (nor is the Pope), see: Satanists jailed over ritual killing.

Jones & his old friend Jesuit-trained Pat Buchanan of the American branch of the Pope’s religious-military order the Knights of Malta, are Ron Paul’s staunchest supporters. Jones refuses to seriously examine the extent of the covert global manipulation of the Papacy, the Jesuits & the Knights of Malta, while Paul sang the praises of the previous pontiff & Buchanan is the uber-Catholic.

Face facts folks: all U.S. Presidential candidates are elite frontmen & the most influential sectors of the “alternate media” are intelligence-gathering psy-op set-ups.
 
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John F. McManus
 
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John F. McManus was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1935. At graduation from Holy Cross College in Worcester, Massachusetts, he received a bachelor’s degree in physics and a commission in the United States Marine Corps. After serving three years of active duty, he entered the field of electronics engineering, where he won an award from the U.S. Air Force for designing a component used in fighter aircraft.
 
Jack left the engineering field in 1966 to accept a full-time position with our organization. Working closely with Founder Robert Welch for many years, he was named the Society’s Public Relations Director and its official spokesman. In 1991, he was appointed President.
 
The author of several books and numerous articles, Jack has represented the Society in hundreds of media appearances, spoken from JBS platforms in all 50 states, and written and produced several JBS films and videos. With his wife, Mary, Jack resides in Wakefield, Massachusetts.
 
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Not to be confused with Holy Cross College (Indiana) or other similarly named Holy Cross Colleges.
 
The College of the Holy Cross is an exclusively undergraduate Roman Catholic liberal arts college located inWorcester, Massachusetts, USA. Holy Cross is the oldest Roman Catholic college in New England and one of the oldest in the United States.
Opened as a school for boys under the auspices of the Society of Jesus, it was the first Jesuit college in New England. Today, Holy Cross is one of 28 member institutions of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities and is part of a consortium with other Worcester colleges, including Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Clark University. On July 1, 2000, Rev. Michael C. McFarland, S.J. became the current president of the college. As of June 2007, the Holy Cross endowment was valued at $660 million.
 
Beginnings
 
Holy Cross was founded by Benedict Joseph Fenwick, SJ, second Bishop of Boston, after his efforts to found a Catholic college in Boston were thwarted by the city’s Protestant civic leaders. From the beginning of his tenure as the second Bishop of Boston, Benedict Joseph Fenwick of the Society of Jesus aimed to establish a Catholic College within the boundaries of his diocese.
 

Benedict Joseph Fenwick, SJ, founder of Holy Cross
 
Relations with Boston’s civic leaders worsened such that, when a Jesuit faculty was finally secured in 1843, Fenwick decided to leave the Boston school and instead opened the College of the Holy Cross 45 miles (72 km) west of the city in central Massachusetts where he felt the Jesuits could operate with greater autonomy.
 
Petitions to secure a charter for the college from the state Legislature were denied in 1847 for a variety of causes, including anti-Catholicism on the part of some legislators. Initially, Holy Cross diplomas were signed by the president of Georgetown University. After repeated denials, a charter was finally granted on March 24, 1865, by Governor John A. Andrews
 

College Seal
 
College Seal of Holy Cross
 
The College of the Holy Cross describes its official seal as follows:
 
The outer circle of the seal states in Latin “College of the Holy Cross, Society of Jesus, Worcester, Massachusetts.”
 The inner shield contains an open book (symbol of learning) and a cross of gold (symbol of Christian faith). The Latin motto In Hoc Signo Vinces, “In This Sign You Shall Conquer”, has been attributed to Emperor Constantine the Great, a Roman emperor noted for his tolerance of Christians. According to some historians, Constantine had a dream or vision of a flaming cross in the sky with this inscription on the day preceding his decisive victory over Maxentius at the Milvian Bridge (October 28, 312). This victory led to his capturing Rome and convinced him of the importance of Christianity [trOY'S NOTE: A COMPLETE MYTH, CONSTANTINE WAS THE LUCIFERIAN SOL INVICTUS WORSHIPPER WHO HIJACKED CHRISTIANITY AS A FRONT FOR A TOTALITARIAN FORM OF PAGANISM THAT IS COMMONLY REFERRED TO AS "CATHOLICISM"].
 
The cross divides the lower part of the shield into quarters, which are alternately red and sable, the colors on the ancient shield of Worcester, England. The upper part of the shield has in its center the emblem of the Society of Jesus, a blazing sun with the letters IHS, the first three letters of Jesus’ name in Greek. On either side is a martlet, reminiscent of those on the ancestral crest of Bishop Fenwick.
 
Notable alumni
 
Clarence Thomas, an alumnus of Holy Cross and Supreme Court Justice
 
Main article: List of College of the Holy Cross alumni
 
Holy Cross has more than 35,000 alumni as of January 2007. There are 39 Holy Cross alumni clubs in the U.S. and 1 international club. A number of Holy Cross alumni have made significant contributions in the fields of government, law, academia, business, arts, journalism, and athletics, among others.
 
Clarence Thomas, United States Supreme Court Justice, Chris Matthews, host of MSNBC’s Hardball with Chris Matthews and NBC’s The Chris Matthews Show, Bob Cousy, Fr. Paul Scalia, son of Antonin Scalia, Basketball Hall of Fame member and former Boston Celtics player and coach, Tom Heinsohn, Basketball Hall of Fame member and former Boston Celtics player and coach, are among the most notable alumni. LSD pioneer Timothy Leary was a student at Holy Cross, though he withdrew after two years.
 
Bob Casey, Sr., Pennsylvania governor, Bob Casey, Jr., his son, Pennsylvania treasurer and U.S. Senator, and Edward D. DiPrete, Governor of Rhode Island are among the most notable alumni with involvement in politics. Several alumni have held top positions at large companies: Bob Wright, former Chairman & CEO, NBC Universal, and Vice Chairman, General Electric; James David Power III, J.D. Power and Associates founder; William J. McDonough, former President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and current Vice Chairman of Merrill Lynch.

http://troyspace2.wordpress.com/2008/06/13/john-f-mcmanus-the-jesuits-the-john-birch-society/


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on July 15, 2013, 09:49:12 am
The John Birch Society EXPOSED!
http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/False%20Religions/Illuminati/jbs.htm

The Jesuit Controlled John Birch Society - YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTRI5r2FQKY

THE TRUTH: Ron Paul, The John Birch Society & The Jesuits
http://www.endgameplan.net/2008/03/the-truth-ron-p.html



Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on August 03, 2013, 10:50:47 am
Is it just me, or is anyone else here enjoying watching this part of this little sideshow? Obama, Republicans, Democrats, Tea Partiers, truth movement, alternative media, FOX, MSBNC, etc - pretty much not only is each group going against each other, but now we have each group going against the same people in each group!(ie-GOP against Tea Party aka Chris Christie going against Rand Paul and Karl Rove going against conservatives, Alex Jones and the truth movement going against various of these groups, members of the GOP establishment going after their own party members so that they can quietly defend Obama, etc, etc).

And here's one potential globalist Jones and the "truth" movement is looking up to...

Sen Mike Lee(GOP-Utah)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Lee_(U.S._politician)

Michael Shumway "Mike" Lee (born June 4, 1971) is a lawyer and the junior United States Senator from Utah. Lee is a member of the Republican Party.

Lee has been a constitutional lawyer in Utah and Washington, D.C, in addition to serving as a clerk for then-Judge Samuel A. Alito, Jr. His father, Rex E. Lee, was the founding dean of Brigham Young University's J. Reuben Clark Law School, and Solicitor General of the United States during the Reagan administration.

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After graduating from Timpview High School (Provo, Utah) in 1989, Lee attended Brigham Young University as an undergraduate student, receiving a B.S. in Political Science in 1994. He served as the President of BYUSA, a prominent student service organization,[citation needed] and as Student Body President, during the 1993–1994 school year.[3] He graduated from BYU's J. Reuben Clark Law School in 1997.[3]


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: FervorForFaith on August 29, 2013, 12:02:58 am
Hey guys, I was browsing for a side project I'm working on when I came across this video from Alex Jones:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48pcIvUxmxM (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48pcIvUxmxM)

Granted, I don't trust Alex Jones farther than I can throw him, but in all the years I've known of Alex Jones (got into NWO stuff around 2007, got saved in 2009), I have NEVER heard Alex Jones talk like this before. Jesus Christ the Creator of the universe, rejecting the Holy Spirit is the unpardonable sin, Jesus taking the sins of the world on Himself, etc. He even quotes the Bible! (wrong version, but that's a milestone for him)

Now I know Alex Jones is a pretty good actor, but: Do you think there's any possibility that there's a shred of faith in him?


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Kilika on August 29, 2013, 02:32:28 am
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Is it just me, or is anyone else here enjoying watching this part of this little sideshow?

Not me. This kind of stuff I avoid because it makes me sick to my stomach how the "two party" system is being used to "good cop/bad cop" the public.

Talking about the back and forth is about as useless as teets on a boar hog! It's all a smoke screen that ties up people's attention on stuff that means absolutely nothing. It's an intentionally created political soap opera.

So, I guess if you like fiction soap operas, then it might be entertaining.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Kilika on August 29, 2013, 03:24:07 am
Quote
Now I know Alex Jones is a pretty good actor, but: Do you think there's any possibility that there's a shred of faith in him?

Jesus says that we know them by their fruits. I understand scripture to say that we are not to question a person's salvation, as in whether or not a specific person will be ultimately saved or not. WE don't know that and we are not the judge of that in the end, but we sure can judge the spirits, and have discernment of what is not of God, by the very Holy Ghost in us.

That said...

"Thou believest that there is one God; thou doest well: the devils also believe, and tremble." James 2:19 (KJB)

"Therefore [it is] no great thing if his ministers also be transformed as the ministers of righteousness; whose end shall be according to their works." 2 Corinthians 11:15 (KJB)

I've been listening and reading Alex Jone's stuff for years now, though I haven't followed his tv/video stuff like that radio show thing in a long time, and more recently after years on Prison Planet Forum, not really at all since being banned from PPF.

Myself and a couple others here have some years there at PPF, especially in the "Christian section" of their forums. Let's just say for credibility's sake of talking about Alex, if Alex Jones does not know of me and Mark personally, I'd be shocked frankly. If I may boast a little, we were not exactly timid in our preaching the gospel. So my point is that I really don't see how Alex has not been aware of what has been talked about in these terms, and he knows the basic's and has demonstrated so.

Keep in mind, it's difficult to get the unbelieving to say the name of Jesus. They will say "Christ" all day long, so they appear as "part of the crowd", but in reality many are not saved, but rather have taken a side in a public way, like joining the local lodge, it's for societal reasons, not faith reasons. It looks good on the resume' kind of thing.

Alex definitely has made known what he believes to be his faith, but has a history of being really childish in knowledge and understanding about sound doctrine, for years. Has has shown to me little growth if any.

Rather, he has shown himself at times to be degrading in his tactics in "fighting tyranny". His stances have changed at times, even so slightly, but towards favor for less than patriotic stances that seem to contradict his overall sales pitch of a "freedom fighter". He has born fruit of subtly and provocation, from the standpoint of a Christian. The fruits so far of Alex Jones are not edible in my opinion as a Christian.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on August 29, 2013, 05:54:02 am
Granted, I don't trust Alex Jones farther than I can throw him, but in all the years I've known of Alex Jones (got into NWO stuff around 2007, got saved in 2009), I have NEVER heard Alex Jones talk like this before. Jesus Christ the Creator of the universe, rejecting the Holy Spirit is the unpardonable sin, Jesus taking the sins of the world on Himself, etc. He even quotes the Bible! (wrong version, but that's a milestone for him)

Now I know Alex Jones is a pretty good actor, but: Do you think there's any possibility that there's a shred of faith in him?

Its very hard to believe anything he says as i fully believe he is a paid shill. If you want proof of this, all you need to watch is his "interview" if thats what you would call it on the View about Charlie Sheen.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on August 29, 2013, 10:20:37 am
It was only 2-3 years ago when the entire PPF was rocking with posts - the typical thread in 2010/2011 would get a number of posts and even pages. Now fast forward to since last year - activity is only moderate(at best), but for the most part LOW.

Pt being that it's as if Alex and the other "truth" movement leaders and media people like Jeff Rense, Texe Marrs, Mike Rivero, etc have deceived their followers with a false hope that we "can fight against the New World Order/tyranny and take back our nation by waking people up"...only over the long haul these same followers have realized they're fighting a phantom enemy, and just get worn out(which is why I think many on PPF have just left and quit - and also have noticed other "truther" forums have low activity now as well).

It's a lot like these church buildings over the years - the pastors, denomination leaders, deacons, etc have given their pews a false hope of "peace and prosperity", and when in particular the youth growing up realize this isn't coming to fruition, they end up falling away(in particular the youth that grow up and go to college, and have no Christian faith to lean on)...which is probably why we're seeing a rise in these megachurches and "social justice" churches with pagan spirituality.

As for Alex and him professing Christ - yes, I understand we can't question and judge people's salvation, but nonetheless beware of a lot of these celebrities that do the same...a lot of these are MK Ultra Mind Controlled(ie-I believe Kirk Cameron is one of these victims).


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on September 01, 2013, 05:44:36 pm
Here's another example - how many times has Alex came out with these "False Flag Alert!" messages during Obama's time in the White House? Pretty much he's playing his part in the Hegelian Dialectic - if let's say nothing happens(meaning no false flag), then Alex is going to come out and say "We're exposing and winning against the New World Order!", with the "truth" movement subsequently following him.

If anything, this is how the Illuminati minions wear everyone out and put their followers in bondage - through a lengthy war of words(which Alex is also very good at).

http://beforeitsnews.com/obama/2013/08/false-flag-alert-obama-is-cornered-2455118.html
False Flag Alert! Obama Is Cornered!

When criminals or any wild animals are backed into a corner, that is often when they are at their most dangerous. With all of the lies told by Barack Obama and the New World Order now exposed, Alex Jones issues a ‘red alert’ false flag alert in the video below.

As the globalist staged poison gas attack info explodes world wide and as humanity awakens, we must be on the look out for the empire to strike back. They can not let the public fully come to the realization of staged terror. Because then the corrupt ruling class can no longer grab more power by killing people and framing their enemy’s. We are approaching the event horizon!!! Red alert! We can cause a paradigm shift or let the globalist counter strikes crush us. Fight back (legally, of course), or be dehumanized.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sCXixYE2C1A



Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on September 09, 2013, 09:48:42 am
So the only time the MSM will report how the Syrian rebels did it is when ALEX JONES appears on their networks? But en yet they will STILL find a way to QUESTION it?

Yes, they let Jones say the rebels did it - but look at the crafty words being exchanged between Jones and that FOX interviewer(and Jones' smirk to boot). The interview says something like, "But isn't this a conspiracy theory?", and Jones just sits back and laughs, it seems. ::)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KswuyhL4ua0


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on September 20, 2013, 11:16:47 pm
It was only 2 years ago when Alex put this guy on a platform(inviting him onto his radio show), b/c (supposedly)he supported Ron Paul's Audit the Fed bill.

I know both political "parties" are controlled-opposition, but nonetheless Grayson won in a HEAVILY FL GOP district(where Dems rarely get elected). If this isn't a blatant sign elections are rigged, then I don't know what is.

http://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/politics/item/16565-rep-grayson-hails-stealth-socialism-in-america
Thursday, 19 September 2013 09:29   
Rep. Grayson Hails "Stealth Socialism" in America

Rep. Alan Grayson (D-Fla.) has been hailed as a "progressive hero" by Democracy for America, the political action committee founded by former Vermont Governor Howard Dean. Yet he has something in common with some of the Tea Party heroes on the Republican Right. Grayson (shown) and his conservative colleagues agree socialism is on the rise in America. The difference is Grayson welcomes it.

"Stealth socialism's been created," Grayson, a second-term congressman from Florida's Ninth District, said in an interview with salon.com on a range of political and economic issues. "We've had a government takeover of the bond market," he said in describing what has happened since the financial industry crisis of 2008. He continued,

Government simply ends up owning more and more and more. If government had taken over the steel industry, maybe it would have been more noticeable. They've taken over the financing of housing industry as well, with a desired result. The result is now, finally, particularly in areas that were hard-hit, like mine in Central Florida, housing is ticking up again. So the Fed did in essence create an economic baseline that has led to something along the lines of 50,000-100,000 jobs created a month, setting a foundation for recovery for the U.S. economy.

Grayson is far from alone in noting the socialist trends in federal economic policy. In February 2009, less than a month after the inauguration of Barack Obama, Newsweek magazine published a cover story with the title "We Are All Socialists Now." The article was about the new president's bailout and economic recovery plans, but noted "the U.S. government has already — under a conservative Republican administration — effectively nationalized the banking and mortgage industries." Even the late Marxist President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela hailed the federal takeover of a number of U.S. financial institutions, taunting President George W. Bush with the jibe that Bush had become a bigger socialist than Chavez himself.

Grayson claimed, "The Federal Reserve's unconventional monetary policy put us back on a low-level track toward growth. They showed that monetary policy in extremis can work to some degree." 

Neither the Fed's "quantitative easing" manipulations of the money supply nor Obama's "economic stimulus" programs have created much of a success story in job creation, however. The anemic economic recovery that began officially in June 2009 was puttering along at an annual rate of about 1.7 percent during the second quarter of this year. The modest drop in the unemployment rate this August, from 7.4 to 7.3 percent was due largely to the fact that 312,000 dropped out of the labor force and had given up looking for work. The 63.2 percent of Americans participating in the labor force — meaning they either have or are looking for a job —  is the lowest percentage since August 1978, according to Department of Labor statistics. Among the few who were finding work, more were finding part-time than were landing full-time jobs.

Grayson is promoting essentially more of the same, recommending that the government spend more on "things like senior services, pre-kindergarten, cleaning up national parks, things we need to be done that would benefit society, and put people on the payroll and pay them $10 an hour." He even boasts of his success in getting a substantial increase in funding for a bilingual housing counseling program administered by the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development. It resulted from his unique approach to bipartisanship, he explained to Salon reporter David Dayen, an approach free of what he describes as a common misperception among Washington politicians.

"It's to think that Republicans are going to vote for Democratic objectives, and vice-versa, because they like each other," he said. "This leads to things like the president golfing with John Boehner. It's this idea that if we play patty-cake, that will make everything better, and it's not the case. Liberals vote and conservatives vote for the most part on underlying principles." So how does Grayson work on those "underlying principles"? He offered his success with funding for the HUD program as an example.

I got a 50 percent increase for bilingual HUD housing counseling.... This matters a lot in my district, where 20 percent don't speak English, and another 20 percent are bilingual. And they need housing counseling; it's an area where housing values dropped 50 percent. So how did I get that? I said to Republicans explicitly ... "You claim you want to improve your image among Hispanics; put up or shut up. If you vote for this, it's not much money, and you show you have a minimal concern for Hispanics; and if you vote against it, you don't." And they rolled their eyes; they said Grayson doesn't understand; this would rob Peter to pay Paul. But when push came to shove, they accepted the amendment; they wouldn't allow a roll call vote on it. They didn't want to have their people vote against Spanish-language housing counseling. They didn't do it because I made pals with them. I scared the crap out of them!

That's one example of how well those underlying principles work. Economist and syndicated columnist Thomas Sowell has offered another. Sowell has been writing for years that increases in the minimum wage result in pricing many low-skilled workers, and especially young workers with little experience, out of the job market.

"What is surprising," he wrote in a recent column, "is that, despite an accumulation of evidence over the years of the devastating effects of minimum wage laws on black teenage unemployment rates, members of the Congressional Black Caucus continue to vote for such laws." He recalled once asking a member of that caucus why that is:

The answer I got was that members of the Black Caucus were part of a political coalition and, as such, they were expected to vote for things that other members of that coalition wanted, such as minimum wage laws, in order that other members of the coalition would vote for things that the Black Caucus wanted.

When I asked what could the black members of Congress possibly get in return for supporting minimum wage laws that would be worth sacrificing whole generations of young blacks to huge rates of unemployment, the discussion quickly ended. I may have been vehement when I asked that question.

Alas, poor Sowell. He just doesn't understand Washington's "underlying principles" the way Congressman Grayson does.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on September 25, 2013, 11:37:47 am
Even when I used to listen to this "pastor" Lindsey Williams regularly, something just didn't feel right about him. Apparently, Cooper crossed paths with him years ago.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbjHPHBy1DI


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on October 08, 2013, 02:27:46 am
Posting this here b/c Jesse Ventura, as you all know, is not only one of Alex's regulars, but he's also one of the heroes of the "truth" movement.

It's not just Obama and the liberals that are pushing socialized medicine - even so-called "conservatives"(ie-Newt Gingrich) AND these "truth" movement types like Ventura have been doing so as well.

The reason why I'm posting this article is b/c the source is Newsmax - like with WND, CNS News, Lifesite, etc, this is also a "conservative"/anti-"liberal media" news source(or supposedly it is). However, despite Ventura's pro-socialized medicine stance, he and these other "truth" movement types still get promoted by these "alternative conservative" news sites.

Ultimately - this has been a very subtle way for these "alternative" media sources like Newsmax, WND, Infowars, etc to point you to embrace socialist agendas - by pointing you to these very people who appear to have "conservative"/"pro-patriot" stances, but en yet they themselves support FAR left stances like socialized medicine or eugenics.

Jesse Ventura Vows to Clear Snowden, Manning as President
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Title: Re: Alex Jones Exposed
Post by: Mark on November 21, 2013, 12:03:42 pm
AJ's SUPER FRIEND Joe Rogan's SUPER rant against people who oppose sodomite marriage 

‘Weak A** Bi***es’: Former ‘Fear Factor’ Host Goes Off on Gay Marriage Opponents

Comedian and former “Fear Factor” host Joe Rogan apparently isn’t too fond of gay marriage adversaries. He recently decried opposition to same-sex unions and called state bans on gay matrimony “so stupid it’s hard to believe.”
 
Discussing the issue on “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast Tuesday, Rogan expressed bewilderment over how people could still oppose same-sex marriage “in this day and age.”
 
After discussing the fact that gay marriage is legal in 15 states (Illinois became the 16th the day after the podcast was posted), Rogan couldn’t contain his surprise that there are more states — now 34 — that forbid gay unions than allow them.
 
“There’s states where it’s banned. It’s like they have banned same-sex marriages. Thirty-four of them … it’s so stupid it’s hard to believe,” Rogan said. “It’s so stupid that people in this day and age decide what two people can’t do because of their sex.”
 
And he wasn’t done there.
 
“If marriage is legal, why shouldn’t it be legal for gay people?” Rogan asked. “It’s so dumb and it’s such a weird thing to get behind. It’s like, ‘what’s your end game here? I don’t understand how … anybody would be getting behind this.”
 
Rogan said that “outside of some crazy religious belief” he can’t understand why people care — and he shared a personal story about just how silly he believes those who oppose gay marriage truly are.
 
When he was 11, Rogan said he observed a friend’s father become irate over gay marriage and was at the time confused about why someone would care so much.
 
“I remember thinking as an 11-year-old boy, like, ‘Wow, there’s a lot of weak a** bi***es out there posing as men,’” he said. “Like, you dummy, what do you care? What are you, a tough guy ’cause two guys want to kiss each other?”
 
Watch the segment below (content warning: strong language):
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/11/21/weak-a-bies-former-fear-factor-host-goes-off-on-gay-marriage-opponents/


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on November 21, 2013, 12:26:30 pm
Even PPF has all but turned a blind eye to the sodomy issue - not completely, but for the most part.

Pretty much, Jones/PPF is part of the ecumenical movement every which way you see it.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Kilika on November 21, 2013, 02:18:27 pm
Anymore, PPF is a place for "Letsbereal" to post financial stuff that I'm not sure even accountants would be interested in.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on February 07, 2014, 12:40:34 pm
I've been trying for several months to retrieve another password for my PPF account(America2) for several months now, but not once have I gotten a response during this time.

Am I doing something wrong? Is their system on this part down? I'm surprised I haven't gotten any responses in several months(since last Spring, that is).

IOW, it never did what this message says it would...

Quote
A mail has been sent to your email address. Click the link in that mail to set a new password.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on February 11, 2014, 11:10:08 am
Decided to turn AJ on today. Slow news day...  >:(

First commercial i here is about AJ's favorite Patriot Blend Coffee. Heck YA!!!! AJ's American Patriot Coffee....Until i heard this part...

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For more than a decade, my favorite coffee has come from the high mountains of Southern Mexico, where the Chiapas farmers grow their unique coffee beans. We have now managed to secure these unique beans in my favorite coffee – the new Patriot Blend 100% organic coffee.

Ya Go America!!!!  :D Now whos promoting a North American Union?

tool

http://www.infowarsshop.com/Patriot-Blend-100-Organic-Coffee_p_1173.html


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on February 11, 2014, 11:14:53 am
Good catch!

Yeah, very subtle on his part!


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Kilika on February 11, 2014, 01:47:40 pm
Remember the stink a few years ago over his t-shirts being printed in Mexico? And now "Patriot" Mexican coffee beans? Hmm. THAT is a pattern gringos!


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: FervorForFaith on March 05, 2014, 06:23:47 am
need to find AJ's comments about the man of steel, that Scott was talking about.

Would this be it?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q25UkVZKUoU (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q25UkVZKUoU)

But then he proceeds to contradict himself here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cp0-Fn2dBJw (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cp0-Fn2dBJw)

James 1:8 A double minded man is unstable in all his ways.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on March 05, 2014, 10:21:52 am
Thank you for this, FFF - been looking for this myself for awhile!(Will listen to this when I get the chance)



Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on April 21, 2014, 10:54:41 am
This is an INFOWARS article right on the front page of the site.

Why Jesus Was REALLY Killed: Challenging the Money Changers

Why Jesus Was Killed

Preface: If you are an atheist and believe that religion is crazy, please remember that some 85% of the American population identifies itself as Christian and millions more identify themselves as Jewish. Very few Americans are atheists … and the majority don’t trust atheists. Therefore, knowing a few bible verses might be helpful for atheists speaking to people of faith.

Reverend Howard Bess notes:

    Jesus did not go to the temple to cleanse. He came to the temple to announce the destruction of a whole way of life. Those who operated the temple had no power to silence Jesus and put him to death. Those powers were held by the Roman retainers.

    The charges that were leveled against him can be summed up as insurrection. There were three specific charges: encouraging non-payment of taxes, threatening to destroy property (the temple), and claiming to be a king. It was the temple incident that took Jesus from being an irritating, but harmless country rebel from the rural north to a nuisance in a city that controlled the great tradition. Rome’s retainers killed him on a cross.

In other words, Jesus wasn’t sentenced to death until he challenged the money changers.

What Does it Mean to Do God’s Work?

The head of Goldman Sachs said he’s doing “God’s work” with his banking activities.

The head of Barclays also told his congregation that banking as practiced by his company was not antithetical to Christian principles.

Are they right? Is big banking as practiced by the giant banks in harmony with Christian principles?

Do Justice

Initially, the Bible does not counsel us to ignore the breaking of laws by the the powerful.

In fact, the Bible mentions justice over 200 times — more than just about any other topic. The Bible asks us to do justice and to stand up to ANYONE — including the rich or powerful — who do injustice or oppress the people.

Indeed, one of the first things God asks of us is to do justice:

    He has told you, O man, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God? (Micah 6:8)

While many churches and synagogues have become obsessed with other issues, many have arguably ignored this most important of God’s demands of us. As pointed out by a leading Christian ministry, which rescues underage girls trapped as sex slaves in third world countries:

    In Scripture there is a constant call to seek justice. Jesus got upset at the Pharisees because they neglected the weightier matters of the law, which He defined as justice and the love of God . . . Isaiah 58 complains about the fact that while the people of God are praying and praying and praying, they are not doing anything about the injustice.

Should Christians just pray for justice and leave the rest to God?

That’s not what the Bible asks us to do. Instead, Hebrews 11:33 tells us that we are God’s hands for dispensing justice, and God uses us to “administer justice.”

We have to “walk our talk” and put our prayers into action.

God demands that we do everything in our power to act as “God’s hands” in bringing justice. And as Saint Augustine reminds us, “Charity is no substitute for justice withheld.”

Indeed:

    The Lord looked and was displeased that there was no justice. He saw that there was no one, He was appalled that there was no one to intervene. (Isaiah 59:15-16)

This is the only place in the Bible where the word “appalled” is used for the way God feels — in other words, the only thing which we know God is appalled by is if people are not doing justice.

There are hundreds of other references to justice in the Bible, including:

    Blessed are they who maintain justice . . . . (Psalm 106:3)

    This is what the LORD says: Maintain justice and do what is right . . . . (Isiah 56:1)

    This is what the LORD says: Do what is just and right. (Jeremiah 22:3,13-17)

    Follow justice and justice alone. (Deuteronomy 16:19, 20)

    For the LORD is righteous, he loves justice . . . . (Job 11:5,7)

    Learn to do right! Seek justice . . . . (Isaiah 1:17)

So if the powerful players in the giant banks broke the laws, they must be held to account.

Fraud and Manipulation of Money

The big banks have engaged in systemic, continuous ongoing criminal fraud.

Allowing the banks to commit crime with impunity is not what Jesus would do. What would Jesus do? Turn over the tables of the money-changers. (economists agree.)

Moreover, the giant banks manipulate currency through the use of schemes such as manipulating interest rates (gaming interest rates in different regions – Libor, Eurobor, etc. – can in turn drive their currencies up or down), high frequency trading and artificially suppressing gold prices (which artificially inflates the value of fiat money) .

As Ron Paul notes, the Bible forbids altering the quality of money (which, at the time and place, was entirely in the form of coins):

    Even the Bible is clear that altering the quality of money is an immoral act. We are instructed to follow the rules of “just weights and measures.” “You shall do no injustice in judgment, in measurement of length, weight, or volume. You shall have just balances, just weights, a just ephah, and a just hin” (Leviticus 19:35-36). “Diverse weights are an abomination to the LORD, and a false balance is not good” (Proverbs 20:23). The general principle can be summed as “You shall not steal.”

Proverbs 11:1 also provides:

    Dishonest scales are an abomination to the LORD, but a just weight is His delight.

So to the extent that the giant banks have engaged in any dishonest acts or the manipulation of currencies, they are violating scripture.

Oppression of the Poor

The Bible condemns oppression of the poor for the benefit of the affluent:

    He that oppresses the poor to increase his riches, and he that gives to the rich, shall surely come to want. (Proverbs 22:16)

To the extent that the giant banks have oppressed the poor to increase their riches, they are violating scripture.

Due to their looting, inequality is now worse in American than in Egypt, Tunisia, Yemen, most Latin American banana republics … and ancient Rome.

Waging War

Bankers are often the driving force behind war. “Blessed are the peacemakers” (Matthew 5:9), and Jesus would not have taken kindly to waging wars for profit based upon false pretenses.

Resurrection: Christ’s Ministry

Christ – and his ministry – lives to the extent that we act as God’s hands to confront the big banks which are warping our economy and our world.

Postscript: Not all bankers are bad people. For example, many bankers at smaller banks and credit unions are good people who are trying to help their communities. Each must be judged by his own acts.

This article was posted: Monday, April 21, 2014 at 5:47 am



Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on April 21, 2014, 10:57:29 am
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Why Jesus Was REALLY Killed: Challenging the Money Changers

And this is exactly what that New Age nut Alan Watt promotes - come to think of it too, this was debated over at PPF 3 years ago, and most on that forum seemed to fall for it hook, line, and sinker.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on September 18, 2014, 11:03:04 pm
http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=9161413473410

Radio Show: Occultism Mingled In American Patriotism
 9/16/2014 (TUE)
 
Speaker:
Jason Cooley

This radio show covers the Statue of Liberty and its origin, the star spangled banner and Washington DC landmarks

Radio Show Audio: http://www.sermonaudio.com/playpopup.asp?SID=9161413473410


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on January 08, 2015, 01:00:02 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mA6bc5QCcI


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on January 09, 2015, 05:48:21 am
AJ is a closet catholic, possibly a jesuit.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on March 03, 2015, 05:22:08 pm
AJ is a closet catholic, possibly a jesuit.

Listen to the last 5 minutes of this video(around the 1:48:00 mark) - they played a clip of Jones talking with a caller on his radio show(exposing Bush II and the Iraq war lies) - the caller asked about Knight of Malta members involved in the Iraq war lies in the Bush II admin, and Jones and his guest just completely blew him off.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMvbX5C0RoA


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on April 08, 2015, 11:34:44 am
Mark, what is cold fusion's view on the gap theory? How much of this was discussed on PPF, and what was PPF's view on it?


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on April 08, 2015, 11:46:24 am
Mark, what is cold fusion's view on the gap theory? How much of this was discussed on PPF, and what was PPF's view on it?

aint seen that name in a while.  :D if i remember correctly he does not believe in a gap.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on October 01, 2015, 04:01:12 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Kq4NF0qaAk


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on October 19, 2015, 02:11:30 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWAJucvoabY


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on November 16, 2015, 04:32:50 pm
http://www.mercurynews.com/celebrities/ci_29124222/report-charlie-sheen-is-hiv-positive?source=rss
Charlie Sheen's HIV status: new details emerge
11/16/15



Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on January 19, 2016, 09:00:53 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6qpDTKakUc


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on July 02, 2016, 11:51:32 pm
http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=7116225080
Catholic Civil War Brewing & Jesuit Pope Francis Trump's Elections
6/30/2016 (THU) 
Audio: http://www.sermonaudio.com/playpopup.asp?SID=7116225080


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on July 03, 2016, 05:19:13 pm
So pretty much, Jones goes from supporting Ron Paul to Donald Trump. Twisted indeed!


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on July 20, 2016, 12:17:33 pm
http://www.nowtheendbegins.com/infowars-says-christian-street-preachers-radical-extremists-make-christianity-look-bad/

InfoWars Says Christian Street Preachers Are ‘Radical Extremists’ Who Make Christianity Look Bad

All through their video published just a few moments ago, they pepper their narrative with words like "demonize", "terrorize", "fanatical"and "extremist" in connection with - not Islamic terrorism - but with Christian street preachers respectfully sharing the gospel on the street.

7/20/16

All through their video, InfoWars peppers their narrative with words like “demonize”, “terrorize”, “fanatical”and “extremist” in connection with – not Islamic terrorism – but with Christian street preachers respectfully sharing the gospel on the street.

“And the lord said unto the servant, Go out into the highways and hedges, and compel them to come in, that my house may be filled.” Luke 14:23 (KJV)

At the Republican National Convention there are just about every type of people group you can imagine. Conservatives, Liberals, and everything in between have converged in Cleveland to let their views be known. But the folks over at InfoWars.com seem to take issue with one group in particluar that they feel are “making us look bad”, and that’s Christian street preachers sharing the gospel as the Bible commands us to do.

Hey Alex, I thought you were supposed to be a Christian? Hmm…

https://youtu.be/loubNvFaxPM

All through their video published just a few moments ago, they pepper their narrative with words like “demonize”, “terrorize”, “fanatical”and “extremist” in connection with – not Islamic terrorism – but with Christian street preachers respectfully sharing the gospel on the street.

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The NTEB Street Preaching Team has been preaching on the streets of Saint Augustine, Florida, hundreds of times over the past 4 and a half years without incident. We have handed out over 250,000 gospel tracts, preached in the hearing of over a million people, and have seen 17 souls pray to receive Jesus Christ as their Saviour. We have never once been arrested, and never once have we been asked to stop by the authorities. But during this time people, we have had lots of people tell us what we are doing is “highly offensive” to them, and that we are “bringing shame” to the “cause of Christ”.

Care to take a wild guess which people group have said this to us?

Before you answer, let me just tell you that it has never been the gays, the Muslims, the atheists, the New Age, the Mormons or the Jehovah’s Witness. The only people group that have ever said we were “offensive” have been other Christians.

Let that thought sink in for a moment.

“So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth.” Revelation 3:16 (KJV)

Alex Jones and InfoWars will spend thousands of hours every year railing against the New World Order, George Soros and Illuminati, and rightly so. NTEB works to expose the dark works perpetrated by them as well. The only thing is, there is no eternal value attached to exposing the New World Order. God gives you no rewards for doing that. But the Bible says that rewards and crowns will be given for the work done for Jesus Christ in telling lost people how to avoid Hell and get saved. This is called the Judgment Seat of Christ.

“For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ; that every one may receive the things done in his body, according to that he hath done, whether it be good or bad.” 2 Corinthians 5:10 (KJV)


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on July 31, 2016, 10:26:43 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCs2f5GPiSg


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on August 03, 2016, 04:08:55 pm
https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-hillary-rigged-contested-election-000000296.html
8/3/16
Trump won’t say whether he’d contest election loss to Clinton, but former adviser predicts protests

On election night 2012, Donald Trump called for a “march on Washington” after President Obama defeated the Republican nominee, Mitt Romney, whom Trump endorsed.

Trump issued the call while predicting that Romney would win the popular vote but lose the electoral. (Obama won both.)

Needless to say, there was no march. But if Hillary Clinton defeats Trump in 2016, one of the Republican nominee’s former campaign advisers predicts there will be protests.

“I mean civil disobedience, not violence, but it will be a bloodbath,” Roger Stone told Breitbart News in a recent interview. “The government will be shut down if they attempt to steal this and swear Hillary in.”

Stone left Trump’s immediate orbit last year, but the veteran GOP consultant told Yahoo News last month that he keeps in touch with his former boss.

On Monday, Trump, who is currently trailing Clinton in national polls, told supporters at a rally in Ohio that the fix is coming.

“The election is going to be rigged,” he said.

And on Tuesday, Trump told the Washington Post that he wouldn’t rule out contesting its result if he lost.


On Wednesday, July 20, 2016, Yahoo Chief Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff sits down with political consultant Roger Stone at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland to discuss the direction of the Republican Party.

“I don’t want to jump the gun. I don’t want to talk about that,” he said. “I’m just saying that I wouldn’t be surprised if the election … there’s a lot of dirty pool played at the election, meaning the election is rigged.”

Trump pointed to his experience in the Republican primary as evidence of muddy water.

“It started with me in Louisiana when I won Louisiana and I got fewer delegates than Ted Cruz,” Trump said. “I said, ‘Whoa! Whoa! What happens here?’ And then I polled well in Colorado. And instead of voting, the bosses picked it. I said, ‘What’s going on here?’

“It took me a little while to get accustomed to the world of politics,” Trump said. “And then once I did we started running them off. But, who would’ve thought that was going to happen? I win a state, I get fewer votes. Then, I poll great in Colorado and all of a sudden … the voters aren’t going to choose. The bosses are going to choose.”

Back in 2012, Trump blamed the Electoral College for Romney’s defeat, warned of voting machine malfunctions and called on his followers to “fight like hell and stop this great and disgusting injustice.”



Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: christistruth on August 03, 2016, 04:13:18 pm
While Hillary is unliked, I see more people not liking Trump then not liking Hillary.

I stopped endorsing Trump recently and am glad for doing so.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on August 08, 2016, 12:58:05 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3Cq0tcOMvo


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on August 10, 2016, 07:15:42 am
It seems like almost all of these "truther" news media sites et al are on the Donald Trump bandwagon. They're pretty much anti-everything else (Hillary, Democrats/Republicans, Paul Ryan, Bernie Sanders, Ted Cruz, and what not) - but somehow they go from Ron Paul to Donald Trump in a matter of a few years?

Trump is an "anti-establishment" candidate? Really? Despite all the media coverage from FOX and what not he continues to get? Despite all of the endorsements he got from the "religious right"?





Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on August 10, 2016, 12:19:25 pm
Isaiah 8:9  Associate yourselves, O ye people, and ye shall be broken in pieces; and give ear, all ye of far countries: gird yourselves, and ye shall be broken in pieces; gird yourselves, and ye shall be broken in pieces.
Isa 8:10  Take counsel together, and it shall come to nought; speak the word, and it shall not stand: for God is with us.
Isa 8:11  For the LORD spake thus to me with a strong hand, and instructed me that I should not walk in the way of this people, saying,
Isa 8:12  Say ye not, A confederacy, to all them to whom this people shall say, A confederacy; neither fear ye their fear, nor be afraid.
Isa 8:13  Sanctify the LORD of hosts himself; and let him be your fear, and let him be your dread.

Isa 8:19  And when they shall say unto you, Seek unto them that have familiar spirits, and unto wizards that peep, and that mutter: should not a people seek unto their God? for the living to the dead?
Isa 8:20  To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them.



Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on September 16, 2016, 11:37:59 am
(http://vps.sermonaudio.com/resize_image/speakers/podcast/300/300/CooleyJason-01.jpg)

http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=915162258502
Arm Your Mind-Warring Against Satanic Attacks on the Mind
Series:  The Armor of God  · 12 of 12
9/14/2016 (WED)  |  Bible: 1 Peter 4:1
Audio: http://www.sermonaudio.com/saplayer/playpopup.asp?SID=915162258502


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on October 18, 2016, 12:14:38 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4CkDLZJUJI


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on October 24, 2016, 10:45:48 pm
The "truth" movement is pushing the sodomy agenda too - don't be deceived!

http://www.infowars.com/gay-couple-gets-death-threats-for-supporting-trump/
Gay Couple Receives Death Threats for Supporting Donald Trump
Gay couple interviewed at Trump rally threatened with physical violence after video went viral

10/24/16

Cody Moore and Dewey Lainhart were labeled “uneducated,” “rednecks,” “idiots” and “a couple of self-hating gays” by tolerant leftists after the video was uploaded to Facebook.

“In fairness – there were a lot of Jews that supported Hitler,” one person commented, while another said someone should “take away their gay card.”

The Wall Street Journal’s Bellini says even though the couple was never identified in their initial video report, someone found and publicized their names leading to an inundation of hateful messages and threats of physical violence.

“Since the interview was published last Friday, Messrs. Lainhart and Moore say they have received death threats from gay people warning them not to leave their house or go to any gay clubs,” reports Bellini. “One message to them, they say, told them to drink bleach.”

While the messages are disturbing, Lainhart claims the threats don’t bother him.

“It doesn’t concern me. I look over my back, and I do carry [a gun]… because I love the Second Amendment.”


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on October 28, 2016, 11:00:21 am
http://www.cnn.com/2016/10/28/politics/donald-trump-supporters-violent-words/index.html
10/28/16
Trump's supporters and their bloody words of war

(CNN)The vocabulary of armed conflict is inescapable in national political contests.

Underdog candidates are "insurgents." Campaigns fight for votes in "battleground states." And as this 2016 race reaches its decisive days, the prospect of "revolution" hangs in the air.

It has been a relentless theme of the past 18 months. Bernie Sanders called for a "political revolution" in almost every speech, as he sold a policy outline meant to upend the economic status quo. Donald Trump has been using such terms for years, though in darker tones.
And in more graphic detail than the American public has ever seen. The Republican nominee and his allies -- many of them drawing on the tea party's glorification of Revolutionary War-era imagery -- have colored this election season with the rhetoric of war and bloodshed. As if making America "great again" were as much a military campaign as a political one.

As Mitt Romney fell to President Barack Obama on election night in 2012, Trump -- armed with his phone and incomplete information -- tweeted that Obama had lost the popular vote, then called for "a revolution in this country!" He deleted that post but not the one calling for a "march on Washington."

On Wednesday, former Rep. Joe Walsh became the latest in a long line of high-profile Trump supporters to invoke a bloody revolt and firearms in response to the GOP candidate's potential defeat on Election Day.

"On November 8th, I'm voting for Trump. On November 9th, if Trump loses, I'm grabbing my musket," Walsh wrote to his more than 78,000 followers. "You in?"

    On November 8th, I'm voting for Trump.

    On November 9th, if Trump loses, I'm grabbing my musket.

    You in?
    — Joe Walsh (@WalshFreedom) October 26, 2016

What did that mean, exactly? CNN's Jake Tapper asked.

"It means protesting," Walsh replied. "Participating in acts of civil disobedience. Doing what it takes to get our country back."

Walsh has gone down this road before. After five Dallas police officers were killed by a sniper in July, he tweeted, "This is now war. Watch out Obama. Watch out black lives matter punks. Real America is coming after you."

Twitter locked his account and forced him to delete the message, Walsh told CNN's Don Lemon, adding that he "didn't intend to say everybody go threaten Barack Obama or incite violence against Barack Obama."

Trump has played at this with jarring regularity, creating a series of tense flashpoints during the course of the campaign. On October 13, he told supporters that, in the eyes of the global power structure they sought to topple, the coming election "is a war."

"And for them," he continued about the opposition, "nothing at all is out of bounds. This is a struggle for the survival of our nation, believe me. And this will be our last chance to save it on November 8 -- remember that."

Language that in past years might have set the political world on its heels has often passed by without much notice in 2015 and 2016. Only in a campaign of near daily absurdities and broken taboos could a sitting governor, Kentucky Republican Matt Bevin, muse at length but without much notice over "whose blood" will be shed in the aftermath of his candidate's loss.

"I want us to be able to fight ideologically, mentally, spiritually, economically, so that we don't have to do it physically, but that may, in fact, be the case," he said at the Values Voter Summit in September.

"The roots of the tree of liberty are watered by what?" Bevin asked in remarks first surfaced by Right Wing Watch. "The blood of who? The tyrants, to be sure. But who else? The patriots. Whose blood will be shed? It may be that of those in this room. It might be that of our children and grandchildren."

Violent rhetoric, matched with allusions to weapons and combat, have become almost inescapable.

Both on social media and in a recent speech, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, who addressed the Republican National Convention in Cleveland this past July, has claimed the election is "rigged" and declared it "pitchfork and torches time in America!"

He is not the first Trump ally to connect the "rigged" vote meme -- one that persists, again, despite a complete lack of evidence -- to armed conflict in the aftermath.

Right-wing gadfly and longtime Trump confidant Roger Stone pushed the narrative during an interview with Breitbart's Milo Yiannopoulos during an August conversation.

"I think (Trump's) gotta put them on notice that their inauguration will be a rhetorical -- and I mean civil disobedience, not violence -- but it will be a bloodbath," Stone said.

Writing in the right-wing site WorldNetDaily, Pat Buchanan -- a former Nixon and Reagan White House staffer and presidential candidate -- compared the US in 2016 to Soviet-controlled Prague and Egypt under the heavy hand of Hosni Mubarak, then asked, "When do we have our American Spring?"

A Clinton victory, which Buchanan conceded the polls were predicting, promised "a bad moon rising."

"And the new protesters in the streets," he added, jabbing at 1960s-era student radicals, "will not be over-privileged children from Ivy League campuses."

In 2016, the furor has largely resided with slightly older voters, usually white and often anxiety-stricken over their lost status and diminishing economic opportunity.

And so there was Rhonda, speaking into a microphone held by a fellow Trump supporter at an event on October 11 in Iowa, with a message for Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence.

"Our lives depend on this election. Our kids' futures depend on this election, and I will tell you just for me, and I don't want this to happen, but I will tell you for me, personally, if Hillary Clinton gets in, I myself, I'm ready for a revolution," she said, her voice breaking up, "because we can't have her in."

Pence pulled back, waved his hand and shook his head.

"Don't say that," he replied -- then added in a more relaxed voice: "There's a revolution coming on November 8. I promise you."


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on November 09, 2016, 10:58:38 am
(http://allnewspipeline.com/images/enoughisenough1.jpg)


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on November 09, 2016, 09:15:17 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nAO_sQMme7g


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on November 10, 2016, 08:08:08 am
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wtwFEOIDaA


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on November 25, 2016, 01:14:36 pm
http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2016/11/25/donald-trump-sandy-hook-alex-jones-column/94335420/
11/25/16
Mr. Trump, denounce Alex Jones: Sandy Hook principal's daughter
Erica Lafferty 6:06 a.m. EST November 25, 2016
He leads a fringe movement of 'Sandy Hook truthers' who promote hateful conspiracy theories.

This Thanksgiving, I sat at a dinner table with an empty seat. It’s the very seat where my mother, Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung, should be. Smiling, laughing and enjoying a holiday meal with her daughters and grandchildren. Instead, my mom wasn’t there because nearly four years ago, she was murdered in Newtown, Conn., along with five of her colleagues and 20 first-graders. That day, as the principal of Sandy Hook Elementary School, she died a hero trying to protect her innocent students.

My heart — and my dinner table — reflect the hole in my life that will never be repaired. And while I’ve chosen a path of gun safety advocacy that not everyone agrees with, some opponents of gun violence prevention follow a different, darker path. A fringe movement of “Sandy Hook truthers” promotes hateful conspiracy theories that the shooting never took place. My Thanksgiving table tells a different story. And so does the reality of the families who had their loved ones ripped out of their arms by senseless gun violence.

The most prominent popularizer of the "Sandy Hook hoax" theory is the radio and Web personality Alex Jones. He is the kind of person you’d expect to be confined to the darkest echo chambers of the Internet. Yet, Jones has been bolstered by the very man who has proclaimed he’ll make our country great again: President-elect Donald Trump.

A quick Google search for the phrase “Sandy Hook truthers” will turn up thousands of stories about how the worst day of my life was actually an elaborate conspiracy that never happened at all. It’s insanity.

Even after an election that exposed deep divisions in our country, surely we can all agree on this: The mass shooting at Sandy Hook happened. Twenty-six families, including mine, were torn apart and will never be the same. Any preposterous ideas to the contrary cannot be allowed to seep into our country’s mainstream discourse. They must be swiftly and publicly refuted.

Surely, the newly elected leader of the free world can see that.

Yet Donald Trump has promised to again appear on Jones’ program — to chat with a man who claims that one of the worst mass shootings in American history was a hoax. President-Elect Trump has praised Alex Jones’ "amazing" reputation and promised he won’t let him down.

I believe in free speech. I believe that a wide range of opinions can be accommodated in our democracy. And I know that the vast majority of Americans — like me — support the Second Amendment and don't believe Jones. I believe that it is only a tiny fraction of extremists who subscribe to the idea that my mother’s death is a fiction.

But part of what allows the president-elect to entertain chatting with Jones is the indifference of decent people to stand up and condemn the thinking of those like Jones in the first place.

We cannot normalize fact-denying behavior. We cannot shrug our shoulders and chalk it up to “Trump being Trump,” yet do nothing about it. Whether I like it or not, Donald Trump is the face of America to all our citizens and the rest of the world. We may approach the issue of gun violence in America differently, but we must all realize that claiming mass shootings are elaborate, government-manufactured hoaxes is deeply hateful and hurtful to those of us living this terrible truth.

President-elect Trump will face the same kinds of tragedies President Obama has lived through. He’ll need to visit with the broken-hearted, and he’ll need to prove he’s the kind of man — and president — who can represent us all. A man who ran on a campaign to “improve our country” simply cannot embrace a man whose preposterous theories are antithetical to our shared values.

This is particularly true for traditional conservatives. Conservative thinkers may interpret the Second Amendment differently than I do, but most of the conservatives I know cherish both facts and civility. For example, I've worked closely with Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., and consider him to be among the kindest public servants I've encountered. I know conservatives like him do not subscribe to the conspiracy theories of Alex Jones and his ilk.

Deep down, I do not want to believe that the Jones and the trolls who constantly bombard me with hate on Twitter are reflective of conservatives. But if mainstream conservatives won’t disavow fringe thinkers such as Alex Jones, how on earth can they claim the moral high ground?

I am asking conservatives and all Americans to join me in telling President-elect Trump this: Alex Jones represents the worst of our country. It’s time to disavow the man who calls my mother’s death a hoax and not appear on his show.

I’ve faced the cold, hard truth of the murder of my mother, and it’s time for Trump to face one of his own. American presidents are held to higher standards than reality television stars, and our new president-elect must learn that. He must openly denounce Jones and the hateful fictions that he spews. Countless survivors of gun violence and I urge him to do so now.

Erica Lafferty's mother, Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung, was the principal of Sandy Hook School and was murdered while protecting her students. Erica is partnerships manager at Everytown for Gun Safety. Follow her on Twitter: @EricaSmegs

You can read diverse opinions from our Board of Contributors and other writers on the Opinion front page, on Twitter @USATOpinion and in our daily Opinion newsletter. To respond to a column, submit a comment to letters@usatoday.com.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on December 05, 2016, 09:35:22 am
https://www.yahoo.com/news/gunman-charged-threatening-dc-restaurant-hit-fake-news-030914425.html
Gunman charged after threatening DC restaurant hit by fake news
[Reuters]
December 4, 2016

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A man who took a rifle into a Washington pizza restaurant on Sunday "to self-investigate" a fake news report that it was operating a child abuse ring has been charged with assault with a dangerous weapon, police in the U.S. capital said.

Washington's Metropolitan Police Department said in a statement that Edgar Maddison Welch, 28, of Salisbury, North Carolina, was charged after the incident at Comet Ping Pong restaurant in Washington near the Maryland border on Sunday afternoon.

The suspect entered the restaurant and pointed a gun at a restaurant employee, who fled and notified authorities, police said. The man then discharged the weapon inside the restaurant. There were no injuries.

Two weapons were found inside the restaurant and a third one was recovered from the man's vehicle, police added.

They said the suspect during an interview with investigators "revealed that he came to the establishment to self-investigate 'Pizza Gate' (a fictitious online conspiracy theory)," the police statement said.

Last month, media outlets including the Washington Post and New York Times, reported about death threats against the owner of the restaurant after internet postings said the restaurant was operating a child abuse ring led by Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her top campaign aide.

Police said there was no active investigation of child abuse allegations there. The attack on Comet was considered an example of how fake news reports that proliferated during the election year affected people's lives.

A Reuters witness at the restaurant with his 1-year-old child said it was crowded when the gunman entered, with many families dining.

The Reuters witness who was inside Comet at around 3 p.m. ET (2000 GMT) said he was paying his bill when he saw a man entering the restaurant's front door. "It appeared to us he had a long rifle with him. We scattered," he said.

(Reporting by Richard Cowan and Peter Cooney; Editing by Mary Milliken)


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on March 26, 2017, 04:32:45 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29i99mB2MlU&t=199s


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Mark on April 17, 2017, 12:15:20 am
Alex Jones Is Just ‘Playing a Character,’ According to His Lawyer

Alex Jones isn’t a conspiracy theorist who thinks “globalist” elites staged the Boston Marathon bombing, and Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama reek of sulfur because they are demons – he just plays one one the radio.

At least, that’s what Jones’s lawyer claimed in the custody battle over his three children, arguing that judging his client by his Infowars persona would be like evaluating Jack Nicholson’s parenting skills by watching him play The Joker in Batman.

“He’s playing a character,” attorney Randall Wilhite argued at a pretrial hearing, according to the Austin American-Statesman. “He is a performance artist.”

Over the next two weeks, a Texas jury will decide whether Jones’s “performance” reflects who he is in private life, and whether that has any bearing on his fitness as a parent. His ex-wife, Kelly Jones, says there is only one Alex Jones, and his on-air persona is part of the reason that she should have custody of their children. Their 14-year-old son and 12- and 9-year-old daughters have lived with Alex Jones since they divorced in 2015.

“He’s not a stable person,” Kelly said. “He says he wants to break Alec Baldwin’s neck. He wants J-Lo to get raped.” She said she’s concerned that by threatening Representative Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, in a recent rant, her ex committed a felony. “He broadcasts from home. The children are there, watching him broadcast,” she said.

During Wednesday’s hearing state District Judge Orlinda Naranjo ruled that the jury could hear a clip from a July 2015 broadcast, in which Jones plays videos his son put together with the help of the Infowars team.

“He is undoubtedly cut out for this, and I intend for him to eclipse what I’ve done. He’s a way greater person than I was at 12,” said Jones, who then addressed his son. “I love you so much, and I didn’t mean to get you up here, sweetheart, and tell people how much I love you, but you’re so handsome, and you’re a good little knight who’s going to grow up, I know, to be a great fighter against the enemy.”

Naranjo allowed two other clips from Infowars, but said the jury can not hear the tirade in which Jones uses gay slurs against Schiff and threatens to “beat your goddamn ass, you son of a ****.”

“This case is not about Infowars, and I don’t want it to be about Infowars,” Naranjo warned the attorneys.
Alex Jones Is ‘Playing a Character,’ According to His Lawyer

http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2017/04/alex-jones-is-playing-a-character-according-to-his-lawyer.html


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on April 17, 2017, 12:54:26 pm
Thank you for this - yeah, he always came off as "all style but no substance" kind of person - even before I realized he was a deceiver, something didn't seem right about him.


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on April 18, 2017, 10:20:17 am
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UwIc3q0FJMg


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on June 18, 2017, 06:48:22 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sT9nRQXl5tM


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on August 15, 2017, 02:53:22 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLlgfcbVY8c&t=0s


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on August 22, 2017, 10:01:32 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6AeGWtLFK8


Title: Re: Alex Jones paid schill
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on August 28, 2017, 01:48:30 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7aa3-S3Av4