Tuesday, August 10, 2010

How I Found Alex Jones

It all makes sense looking back on it now. That's why his sites and sources came up back in the halcyon discovery days of 2003-2004 in the college computer labs.

"Alex Jones: The Pied Piper of Extremism Who Brands "Truth-Seeking" as Mental Illness

.... Alex Jones is, in the opinion of Sott.net, part of a limited hang out campaign whereby the attention and energies of those people who have the capacity to realise that something is very wrong with our world are directed towards issues that are either dead ends or which, if pursued, will lead to their own destruction. Jones' "take back the government" shtick is one such issue. If Jones were worthy of his position as a leading figure in the 9/11 etc. truth community he would be directing people's attention towards reading between the lines of current world events. He would not be encouraging a survivalist and revolutionary attitude which ultimately plays directly into the hands of the Powers That Be and facilitates the ramping up of police brutality....

As Orwell said, lies of omission are the worst and by contrast, Prisonplanet, which avoids mentioning the negative influence of the Israeli lobby and Zionist atrocities, manages to have its 'news' articles appear in Google News listings....


Are You Jonesing?

Not anymore.