Sunday, January 9, 2011

The Blame Game continues

The greatest thing about The Alex Jones Show is that you usually don't even have to listen to it to know exactly what Jones is going to say. But I do anyway, just to be sure.

As I expected, Jared Loughner is probably a government mind-controlled assassin and an abortion-loving atheist Commie. Weirdly, he's also linked to white supremacy, but that's not very important. Remember, all crazy gunmen are left-wing, even if their unidentified government handlers have coached them on how to be right-wing zealots for the past twenty years.

Jones admits there isn't a lot of evidence that Loughner is a Manchurian Candidate, but like all other Candidates, he was preoccupied with mind control. So are many mentally ill people, but never mind that. Federal zombie assassins are way more interesting.

By the way, how dare the mainstream media jump to strange conclusions about this crime?


Unknown said...

I can't believe you're calling all of us to hoard food given that the government will be taking our backyard gardens any moment. Oh the evils of S510. What's awesome is that AJ has a quote from a farmer saying that he's scaling back his farming to stay under $500k a year in revenue so he won't fall under the FDA's purview. At the same time, AJ is claiming that the gov't will seize our grandmother's beloved garden. If that's true, why is the farmer scaling back instead of quitting outright? Leave it to AJ to insist on having it both ways...

the_last_name_left said...


Nimmo's article at PrionPlanet ends

"a useful idiot used by the government to create a toxic atmosphere designed to crack down on anti-government political activism."

So, it's the government creating the toxic atmosphere, not Jones and his white nationalist mates.

haha. sure.

These shits like Nimmo are shameless.

And I wonder, if all these paragons of white-supremacy and neo-Nazism are likely FBI stooges as Jones et al suggest, why does he have them on his programmes?

Let's not forget, Jones promoted Nazi Eustace Mullins as "a modern-day founding father...."


the_last_name_left said...

I just read the other article about it which you linked to.

It says

"Potok’s words are influential, and he should be more cautious about casting blame in the direction of any given political movement. "

Wow. I'd just love to ring AJ up and quote that at him and then ask for his views on socialism. Nutter. Hypocrite. I'll stop at that.

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