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« on: March 03, 2011, 03:39:15 am »


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

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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?”

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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
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« Reply #2 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.
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« Reply #3 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).

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« Reply #4 on: March 23, 2011, 05:38:12 am »

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...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)



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« Reply #5 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.

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« Reply #6 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.
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« Reply #7 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.
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« Reply #8 on: January 08, 2013, 05:35:40 am »



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
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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.

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« Reply #10 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.
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« Reply #11 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.
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Alex Jones Crashes Austin Pro Gun Rally, Then Lies About It On His Show
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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.
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« Reply #14 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).
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« Reply #15 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

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Alex Jones Crashes Austin Pro Gun Rally, Then Lies About It On His Show


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.
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« Reply #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.

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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.
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« Reply #19 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.
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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
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« Reply #21 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.

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« Reply #22 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.

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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.
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« Reply #24 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/
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« Reply #25 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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« Reply #26 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

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« Reply #28 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.

 Roll Eyes Now where has this been done before?
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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.
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