Thursday, December 10, 2009

A message to all liberal college students:

Alex Jones is not happy with you.

White Rastafarians can be a little annoying, I'll admit, but Alex Jones really, really hates them.

"You can go to any university and see the people with their Rasta fake hair, the wannabe white Rastafarians and their sandals and their patchouli, going, 'It's what we gotta do for the earth', and I just wanna knock their Nazi teeth in. Don't you understand the Nazis have fake Rasta hair, with limp wrists...they're walking around in coffeeshops actin' real cool, and I just wanna knock their teeth out...I WANNA CRUSH YOUR SKULL! Because I'm just a normal mammal...I'm a normal...[pause for thought] creature that when I see innocence being torn apart, my instinct as a warrior is to stand up and fight."

Jones seems to believe that all liberals endorse eugenics and enforced population reduction. During his February interview of Stanley Monteith, he declared that if you take a liberal - any liberal - aside and mention Madame Blavatsky 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."

He's right, of course. When the moon is full, liberals gather in Rothschild castles and dance naked around cauldrons full of gay porn and back issues of Mother Jones, bellowing "Gooble-gobble! Gooble-gobble!" until Al Gore calls for silence. Then they pray to a plaster bust of Margaret Sanger and pledge to exterminate all minorities by putting minute quantities of harsh chemicals into the same drinking water that they consume.

So I guess we could go ahead and add "campus hippies" to the list of New World Order baddies, along with bankers, "rockabilly art types", schizophrenics (AKA "demons"), herpetologists, law enforcement officers, and pretty much anyone with a college education. But my advice to Jones is to just be patient with the college kids.

"It only takes 20 years for a liberal to become a conservative, without changing a single idea." - Robert Anton Wilson

21 comments:

TK said...

Yargle.

Nazi seems such a generalised term of abuse for Jones. Does he even get they were a far right movement? I've never gotten the impression he understands that.

Gooble-gobble

Eugene said...

So the best way to show your opposition to the removal of undesirables from the gene pool is to crush the skulls of those you deem undesirable. Noted.

Anonymous said...

that was very funny

Mikister said...

"Because I'm just a normal mammal...I'm a normal...[pause for thought] creature that when I see innocence being torn apart, my instinct as a warrior is to stand up and fight."

Alex Jones: Crusher of skulls, puncher of teeth, executioner of Liberals/Nazis/Rastafarians, and defender of innocence.

Anonymous said...

I noticed that the pro-Alex Jones rallying squad is a bit late to comment on this post. Why so hesitant?

Anonymous said...

You Jones bashers live in a strange universe.

The Fed is a-OK, no audit needed there...sovereignty shredding treaties are a-OK, there is no manufacturing flight out of the former first world, no sirree bob...cops and the government arent getting too much power, nope, thats not happening...Holdrens book says nothing about how we should put sterilants in the drinking water, Naw, I never saw anything like that in his books...Goldman Sachs and the Council on Foreign Relations dont exercise excessive authority over the Executive branch, now-way Jose! Jone just makes all this stuff up, its not real, and the sooner we shut him up, the sooner we can go back to watching the evening network or cable news channels for more serious news information, such as what Paris Hilton is doing these days. The American dollar is as fit as a fiddle, its going up in value, way way up into the stratosphere, despite whatever Jones and his guests say.

tshsmom said...

Anon@12:32
You spoke too soon. ;p

tshsmom said...

Oops that should be Anon@12:35 AM

SME said...

If Jones could stick to the facts and not exaggerate so wildly, his show would be more informative. Sure, the Federal Reserve should have more oversight and John Holdren (Paul Erlich et al) was too alarmist and extremist in the '70s. The banks are too big and too powerful.

But all liberals want to exterminate Mexicans? Srsly? The liberals I know want to see more Mexicans welcomed into the U.S., and I doubt they just want to bring them closer so they can kill them. And all college hippies are 100% in line with some sort of fictional mass depopulation agenda? Srsly?

To enhance his credibility, Jones would need to cut out the hyperbole and the sillier conspiracy theories and the skull-crushing rants, and start inviting more credible guests onto his show.

Anonymous said...

@Anon 8:43

As a proud "Jones-basher", I do think that there are problems with the institutions you describe. Perhaps you should search up the scarecrow fallacy.

Anonymous said...

It is unfortunate that so many people, liberal or not, want or tolerate the influx of illegal immigrants here. Illegals are about 6% of the population, but they are about 30% of the jail and prison population here, and the vast majority are not locked up for immigration status violations. They commit a lot of crime, a lot of it is serious stuff. Mexican dentists, lawyers, architects, etc., dont come here. They stay home, for the most part. Many of the illegals here are normal law abidsing sorts, just trying to make some bucks to live. But thats beside the point. Too many are not law abiding. A high percent of the illegals despise America and Americans. They learn in school that we are their natural number one enemy.

Hippies want to kill Mexicans? that is so odd sounding...

Anonymous said...

SME- out of curiosity, which guests of Jones do you think are the least credible, and which guests are the the most credible?

Anonymous said...

"New World Order" to save earth- Brit Prime Minister Gordon Brown

Wall Street Journal reports how Copenhagen climate treaty contains plan for new planetary "government" linked or offshooting from the UN

Anonymous said...

Most liberals do support depopulation,
they have bemoaned the 'fact' that the planet is overpopulated... liberals have been like this since at least the very late 1960's-early 1970's.

Growing up in a small conservative town, us kids still picked up this vibe- that the main reason places like Bangledesh were impoverished was due to its seemingly runaway population growth. Everyone knew the planets resources were limited and were running out, including space. the concept of unlimited resources didn't exist for us, and still doesn't.

Liberals almost always support abortion and contraption...they spearhead efforts to make third world women only have one child, or become sterilized after the second one, etc. This is the domain of the Ted Turner and Bill and Melinda Gates types, the UN, and others... this is what they do.

Margaret Sanger wanted struggling families to abort their children; she would have supported infanticide in some cases. In this sense, liberals do want to kill Mexicans.

to TK : Nazis were not just eugenicists, they were prot-environmentalists. It has something to do with their mystical concept of 'blood and soil,' the yeoman Aryan farmer on his acre, blah blah blah.....the Nazis were some of the first to try to curb tobacco smoking, and to try herbal cures for cancer, they were into organic farming, Hitler was a near- vegetarian...

Anonymous said...

@Anon3:21

Windows isn't always perfect, but why all the hate for Bill Gates?

Anonymous said...

http://www.svpvril.com/nwo.html

NWO quotes

Anonymous said...

http://www.wiseupjournal.com/?p=521

Irish MP commitment to UN depopulation plans ...1994 Cairo conference,Club of Rome, etc.

SME said...

Most liberals support population control (responsible family planning), not depopulation.

Most credible Jones guest: Ron Paul
Least credible: Texe Marrs

The rest fall somewhere in between, the majority leaning toward the Marrs end of the spectrum.

SME said...

Actually, the most credible guest would be Kevin Annett, but he's not on very often. I was thinking of frequent guests.

Anonymous said...

what about Jesse Ventura?

SME said...

A nice guy, and a decent governor, but not terribly credible when it comes to vast conspiracies.

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