Now that I've covered "Dr." Scott Whitaker and Rebecca Carley, here are a few more of the doctors who have appeared on Jones' show...
Dr. Stanley Monteith
Monteith is a retired California doctor who spent much of his career fighting AIDS activists (well, at least he believes AIDS exists and is transmittable). He insists that vaccines cause cancer and fluoridated water is hazardous. And like all of the other doctors Jones has on his show, he believes an indiscriminate New World Order depopulation program is being conducted on a global scale. Why? So They can fulfill Biblical prophecy, in particular Revelations 6:8, which will install their leader (the AntiChrist).
Monteith appeared most recently on The Alex Jones Show in February, as a self-described expert on race-specific bioweapons and diseases, like AIDS (yes, he actually considers AIDS a race-specific disease, and Jones even cut in to say that black and Hispanic leaders are paid off to stay quiet about it, distracting people with "fake" racial politics).
He is also a conspiracy theorist, as you've probably already guessed. His book Brotherhood of Darkness is quite popular in the paranoid community. Monteith describes it thusly: "We reveal the secrets that the sages have passed down through the ages. If the secrets were discovered these men would have been killed. This book explains why the Supreme Court took prayer out of schools."
On Jones' show, he said American Special Forces are indoctrinated into the occult and are told that one of their most important missions is to eradicate huge percentages of the population. (Jones: "The blacks are just dancing right into the gas chambers, basically.") Funny, isn't it, how not one former member of Special Forces has blown the whistle on this?
What are these occult practices taught in the military? Monteith mentioned the Stargate Project, the Army's spectacularly unsuccessful remote-viewing experiment, which was completely dissolved over a decade ago. A very small number of military personnel were involved with it.
Monteith pulled out some stats: One in three black males between the ages of 21 and 31 is on probation, on parole, or in prison. "How could you possibly do something like that? I'll tell you how they could do it. It's the water fluoridation." That's right, tapwater turns you into a criminal. Especially if you're a person of colour. You've been warned.
Without providing a smidgeon of evidence, he said Mexican immigration groups are funded by the Ford Foundation, and Henry Ford was a disciple of "Satanic" Theosophy. Groups like MEchA, the NAACP, and La Raza, are also controlled by New World Theosophical eugenicists. (Ford may have dabbled in Theosophy, but he was Episcopalian).
Jones pointed out that Major Albert Stubblebine, one of Stargate's participants and perhaps its most enthusiastic supporter, now speaks out against it. At some point, Stubblebine realized he "hadn't been told the whole plan" behind Stargate; it is really a global extermination plan. Monteith: "I'm sure this is absolutely true." He went on to say that the eugenicists drew their beliefs from Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, the founder of Theosophy and a "white supremacist" (she wasn't; Theosophy was cobbled together from beliefs of many different cultures). Jones cut in to say, as he has numerous times, that HPB was Hitler's favourite philosopher (she wasn't, though like many men of his time he expressed mild interest in Theosophy).
Jones then said that if you take a liberal - any liberal - aside and mention HBP or Margaret Sanger, the liberal will snarl, "That's right, you sonofabitch, and we're gonna get you too. We've gotta exterminate the blacks and the Mexicans."
Dr. Boyd Graves
Dr. Graves was diagnosed as HIV-positive in the early '90s. Searching for a cure, he stumbled upon evidence that the U.S. Special Virus program created AIDS in a lab. His primary piece of evidence is a 1971 flowchart found on page 61 of the Program's Progress Report #8, which supposedly lays out the "research logic" of the development of HIV/AIDS. You can wade through this evidence at his self-glorifying website.
Boyd calls himself The Man Who Solved AIDS, and claims he was the first person to take the *cure*: an antimicrobial topical cream containing small amounts of tetrasilver tetroxide in jojoba oil, sold under the name Tetrasil. He actively promotes this cure in Africa and elsewhere. He makes a huge deal out of the fact that Marvin Antelman, the creator of Tetrasil, acquired a patent for tetrasilver tetroxide injection as a "method of curing AIDS". As I know jack about patent law, I don't know how/why travesties like this can occur. Fill me in if you know. The bottom line is, no, there is no evidence that Tetrasil/tetrasilver tetroxide cures AIDS. It has minor antimicrobial properties, and is sometimes used as a pesticide or swimming-pool disinfectant. That's all. In fact, it's illegal to promote it as a cure for anything in the U.S., and Zambia has banned it outright.
Like Rebecca Carley and Bill Deagle, Boyd says the 1918 flu virus was engineered as a bioweapon during WWI.
Dr. Russell Blaylock
Blaylock, a retired neurosurgeon, told Alex Jones' listeners earlier this year that "conventional medicine" (again, this is a misnomer; it's either medicine, or it's not) was created by the Rockefeller Foundation in 1901.
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Blaylock considers vaccines hazardous, but doesn't condemn them wholesale. The main target of his doctorly wrath is the excitoxin aspartate, found in food additives like aspartame and MSG. The only legitimate concern about aspartate is that it might affect parts of the brain that are not protected by the blood-brain barrier, but Blaylock (against all evidence) insists it does cross the blood-brain barrier. Therefore, he believes that MSG can be lethal. He's also a medical consultant to the Fluoride Toxicity Research Collaborative.
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