Tuesday, April 27, 2010

D is for Dumbass

I was suprised - though I guess I shouldn't be - that Jones quoted V for Vendetta a few times on yesterday's show. He apparently doesn't know that the graphic novel on which it was based was written by Alan Moore, the "Freemason" obsessed with "Illuminati stuff" who penned The Watchmen, which Jones described as a blueprint of the New World Order agenda.

Monday, April 19, 2010

The sky is falling again: The Great Tea Partier Frameup of 2010

"They're gonna blow stuff up and blame it on you, blame it on me."

"This is a red alert. RED alert. RED alert. RED alert. RED alert."

"We might be able to back them off, but right now I think they're committed to this." - Alex Jones (April 19/2010 broadcast)

One thing I hope to show you on this blog, over time, is that Alex Jones lurches from crisis to crisis like a drunk trying to navigate his way home by grasping random streetlight poles in the dark, never glancing back at the ones he's left behind. Once a crisis has passed - often without any major repercussions - he moves on and only rarely mentions it, except to retrofit some of its details to make it appear that he was "right all along".

For over two months now, Jones has been warning that mid-April to the end of the month could be the elite's window of opportunity to stage massive false flag attacks within the U.S., scapegoating Tea Partiers and tax protestors. These attacks will probably include nuclear bombs in U.S. cities and the bombing of IRS offices, he has warned. The attacks will be designed not just to discredit critics of the current administration, but to bring in brutal repression of free speech in general. According to Jones, they're already trying to set up Tea Partiers by seeding fake racists with offensive protest signs into public demonstrations (apparently Jones believes, or wants to believe, there are no racist conservatives in America).
Jones says Rush Limbaugh and Michael Savage are now saying similar things about imminent false-flag attacks.

He wants all his listeners to spread the false flag operation warning via websites, blogs, videos, etc.

Now is a good time to review The Great Swine Flu Plot of '09. This was Jones's last Major Crisis of Epic Proportions. Here's the rough chronology he laid out for this gargantuan step forward in the NWO takeover of America, which I also evaluated in December:

1. In the fall of '09, "fake" H1N1 hysteria was going to be used to usher in additional bank bailouts, the Clean Water Restoration Act ("federal takeover of all private property"), carbon taxation, and hate crime legislation. Then forced inoculation with the H1N1 vaccine would be instituted nationwide.

When only a few of these things came to pass (bailouts and the passage of The Mathew Shepherd Act), Jones tried to convince us that popular opposition to forced inoculation prevented it from happening. What he never mentioned is that forced H1N1 inoculation couldn't have happened, anyway, because there were never enough doses for everyone.

He has stopped talking about the Clean Water Restoration Act because it is still languishing in the Senate - clearly, it was not part of the Great Swine Flu Plot.

2. The announcement of forced inoculation would result in riots and demonstrations throughout the U.S., giving federal authorities the perfect excuse to declare and maintain nationwide martial law.

Did not happen. Will not happen. Wasn't going to happen. Jones was so far off the mark here that I'm amazed so many people still find him credible. As I mentioned, there were never enough doses to vaccinate everyone in the U.S., forced vaccination was never on the agenda, and a pandemic lockdown did not occur. What Jones and company fail to understand is that martial law is not a desirable thing for any U.S. administration. The risks and the massive outlay of money and resources vastly outweigh any benefits.

The next three sets of events in the Great Swine Flu Plot are still on the "wait and see" side of the equation, but given that hardly anything in the first two steps actually occurred at all and had an astonishingly slim chance of ever occurring, what do you think the odds are that they'll come to pass?

Remember: According to Jones, these things should have begun taking place last fall at the earliest, the end of 2009 at the latest. Yet bank bailouts were the only thing that inarguably occurred.

3. Under the direction of Obama's science czar, John Holdren, sterilizing agents will be placed in municipal water supplies.

4. Dissidents will be rounded up and placed in FEMA concentration camps. The Constitution will cease to exist, and the U.S. basically becomes a wholly-owned subsidiary of the UN/New World Order apparatus.

5.The real mass murder begins. 80-99% of the world's surviving population will be eliminated via tainted vaccines, execution, forced abortions, and involuntary sterilization.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010


Whatever your thoughts on the Oklahoma City bombing (small conspiracy or large conspiracy), I'm pretty sure we can all agree that Tim McVeigh was a retarded douchebag, right?

Well, maybe not. Kurt Nimmo of Infowars doesn't seem to think McVeigh was all that bad. Just a patsy, you might say. Except he was a patsy who freely admitted his guilt and showed zero remorse for the murder of 168 strangers, 19 of them preschool children. Nimmo apparently wants us to forget that part and focus solely on the unknown co-conspirators, including McVeigh's alleged FBI handlers. He thinks MSNBC's airing of McVeigh's confession, scheduled for the fifteenth anniversary of the bombing, is purely propagandistic, part of a larger effort to "set the stage for a coming false flag operation designed to take down the patriot movement in this country". (I don't think many Americans want to destroy the patriot movement; we just want the patriot movement to calm down, stop waving guns around literally and figuratively, and handle reality like sane adults. Is that too much to ask?)

As evidence of this plot to take down patriots, Nimmo points to the "outlandish allegations" against The Guardians of the Free Republics, a patriot group that recently sent a letter to each U.S. governor, asking him/her to resign from office. To read Nimmo's account, the Guardians simply sent requests to some politicians, and were unfairly accused of potentially inspiring others to violence.
The truth is a bit more complex. Yes, the Guardians seem to be a nonviolent and law-abiding group, but their March 31st letter ordered the 50 governors to resign within three days or "be removed". Before you go saying, "Wull that's not threatening at all!", pause and imagine getting a letter like this at your job. "Stop being a [your job title here] in three days or we'll stop you." Nonviolent? Yes. Creepy and menacing? Yes.

But I'm getting away from the point, here, which is this: Whether he was part of a larger conspiracy or not, and even though the ATF and FBI have done more than their fair share of dirty deeds, Timothy McVeigh was a killer and a white supremacist who tried to minimize his personal responsiblity by saying that the government "teaches by example". This must have been quite a blow to the relatives, peers, ministers, and mentors who also tried to teach McVeigh by example during his short life.
In trying to crack government conspiracies, let's not become apologists for guys like him.

Buh-Bye To Paul Craig Roberts

Let's bid farewell to Paul Craig Roberts, a favourite guest of both Jones and the white supremacists at Republic Broadcasting Network's Political Cesspool. (David Duke once wrote that before PC debuted in 2004, the white man had no voice in mainstream radio. Apparently Rush Limbaugh, Michael Savage, Imus, Glenn Beck et al don't qualify as mainstream. Or white men.)

Roberts is retiring from professional paranoia, though he might return to The Alex Jones Show once or twice.

I won't call Roberts a racist or an anti-Semite, because like all the people he excoriates for sitting on or ignoring the *truth* about his pet topics, Roberts likes to coyly dance around certain issues so that you can't quite pin him down. While his anti-war views can be appreciated even by liberals, his other views ... um, not so much. He has spent the last decade shredding the reputation he spent the other 60+ years building. Kinda sad, but also kinda familiar. I mean, Morley Safer is doing infomercials these days. I guess when you reach an advanced age, you get to be a complete moron and no one will call you on it.

To PCR fans, cheer up: There are plenty more paranoid white guys where he came from.

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