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How does one reach Alex Jones?

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posted on Nov, 17 2016 @ 12:14 AM
Hey Alex (if you somehow were drawn to this thread on ATS), I have a suggestion

Go "extraterrestrial" or non-terrestrial with a SiriusXM Satellite Radio show, heck if you could make and save enough money you could pay Elon Musk to launch a small satellite for Info Wars! Serious.

More and more and more channels on more and more wavelengths reaching more and more listeners. They need to be educated about what's been going on and where we're hoping to go in charting a path to individual civil liberty and economic self determination in opposition to the globalists and the COLLECTIVISTS (the true name of the enemy who comes in many forms, the Rhodesians ie: Bill Clinton, etc etc).

Their MSM is imploding right now, because of the way they've spun it, as if it's the death of America, when all the while the sun is already starting to rise over the horizon yet who's light they will not see, until it's shining all over the world again, and that's funny and not a little ironic, eh?

Just be careful not to get yourself killed and to increase security, because now we have a voice, through you and a continuous feedback mechanism via the Internet by which "they" can be defeated, while Trump proceeds via his strategic recruitment program, to perform the bloodless refreshing of the tree of Liberty in a quiet or a noisy Revolution and don't children always go kicking and screaming sometimes even when it's all for the best, out of love?

We know that the truth resonates and is amplified by virtue of it's truthfulness and sincerity and, that in times of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act!

Jesus himself took a stand in the face of evil empire on behalf of every man.

At stake is the very principal of individual civil liberty and the throwing off of the massman, the particularized, atomized BLOB of people referred to by the elite as "the masses" as if they've operating on the basis of some old feudal system and that's a good analogy btw, if you look at early villages and towns and the way that the power structure of society was set up in favor of noble Lords and some form of another of "royalty" whether a duke or a baron etc.

The MSM don't know what hit them, because in their own echo chamber, they've missed it altogether, the underlying nature of the forces of individual liberty at work, now in alignment, shoulder to shoulder with Donald Trump and Mike Pence - and with a voice! (wow, that's powerful! and the way it should be).

We don't need to shout at the night anymore only hoping against hope of speaking truth to power and holding them to account for their atrocities. Power is listening to us and to our ideas and viewpoints.

People are waking up and lending their ear in order to try to discern what's really going on, because it's looking more and more like the mainstream media is fundamentally biased, and leftist.

That's a far cry from the elitist machine that Clinton was going to put in place and indeed it might have been too late for the Republic at that point, as the "Strategy of Tension" only kills 100's of 1000's or even millions more, or worse, a nuclear showdown with Russia over Syria.

Maybe the instinct of the American people is correct and the rest of them, instead of being manipulated by the MSM and Soros and Co. (including Clinton Inc.), really ought to get with the program by coming to understand what it's all about and that Trump is a man of peace, but one who although he walks lightly, carries a big stick.

Oh the irony of it all! LOL

When that sun rises and the MSM realizes the corner that they've painted themselves into, and as the boycott of them spreads, then it really will be a new day, however unexpected or to the chagrin of many who apparently do not and cannot support their own incoming President, and that's sad.

It's undemocratic, their activities.

Someone should point this out to everyone who's desperately trying to figure out just what the heck is really going on and what to think or believe any more.

The funny part of it all is that it's the voice of reason which decries the overshooting of a collectivism based on MSM-driven opinionated propaganda that's the furthest thing from "objective" or "informed" or even truthful.

If you think they've melted down now, then just watch when the new Trump Presidency comes in and helps to begin the process of turning everything around for the better, and have it start to get better and better, economically and even spiritually, since the domain of Liberty is the domain of freedom and all possibility for the individual. It's intrinsic. Only the people have the power in truth - not the elitists in Washington and throughout the bureaucracy.

We are not a mass of people to be herded or cowed by the idolatry of the mainstream media culture of celebrity.

That was their mistake - collectivism.

Chalk one up for individualism and a healthy dose of Libertarianism, where he who governs best governs least, while protecting the domain of freedom whereby the price of freedom is eternal vigilance so there's nothing wrong with a strong military and really taking good care of those vets.

To them it's all a scary mystery and they don't know whether they've coming or going so they're still taking their cue from the same establishment and elites.

You know what Donald Trump ought to do - repeal Bill Clinton's telecommunications act and break up the Big Media monopoly for a more objective analysis of events and circumstances including a more informed public, which is the bedrock of a civil society. Since they are no longer objective, break them all up and take away their monopoly. just a thought..

Best regards,


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posted on Nov, 17 2016 @ 12:29 AM
I heard it said somewhere that people are "hacking" power, but that's not really happening and Trump and Pence are doing their damnedest to prevent that from happening, but they describe it in those terms because they cannot fathom the idea of the little guy having a voice or a say.

Donald Trump is a free man. He has every right to listen to Roger Stone on the AJ show or to read ATS for that matter.

We are all free to think and do what we wish - that's what those who's leftist MSM propaganda appears to oppose and woe to them for taking the wrong side at the razors edge of a great historical turning point, because in hindsight it will be seen that they were not the least bit objective - then the public will be crying out for the breakup of Big Media via the repeal of Bill Clinton's Telecommunications Act.

That would just be the icing on the cake, if Donald Trump ended up fighting a battle not to silence or fight the media on its terms, but to make it more objective and the public more informed while subjecting his own Presidency to a much higher degree of transparency and accountability. Oh the humor of it all if that were to happen.

They are engineering and orchestrating their own downfall.

I knew there was a "double bind" in this whole affair somewhere and somehow Donald Trump slipped it and now it's right where it belongs, provided Trump's the real deal..

Time will tell what he and Pence are all about..

I'm totally optimistic, maybe even to the nth degree, but we have to stay calm and objective ourselves and see who Trump hires and who he fires and then what he proceeds to do and to enact as his policy, both foreign and domestic.

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posted on Nov, 17 2016 @ 01:55 AM
a reply to: JinMI

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posted on Nov, 17 2016 @ 01:55 AM
a reply to: JinMI

I don't care who you voted for, THAT was funny...c'mon people, credit where credit is due.

posted on Nov, 17 2016 @ 06:37 AM
You can try sending an email and then you will hear back if there is a reason.

posted on Nov, 17 2016 @ 07:16 PM
a reply to: Noah97

Which email address to you recommend I use?

posted on Nov, 18 2016 @ 01:52 AM
P.S. Dear Alex.

You've got to be the most or at least one of the most humorous and entertaining guys in the cybersphere domain and therefore in the world today and now you've been attacked by the MSM precisely as you predicted they would and that's hilarious, Warning! InfoWars contains misleading or "fake" news.

That will only make people wonder what they're not supposed to see. It's like saying don't drink or don't look in the playboy magazine the following contains scenes of violence, nudity and foul language, viewer discretion advised!

It's funny.

But have some freaking mercy. I therefore implore you to pray for them, that God will have mercy on them, on poor Hillary, on John Podesta and all who are repentant to God, and pray that they are consoled in their tears, but just not given access to the wheels of power ever again, while what's left of them is ground out of the system person by person, network by network until there's nothing left of their "machine", while individual civil liberty and self determination and the wind of freedom sweeps the nation and the world, as we enter a new age of a more settled world in favor of a lasting peace and prosperity.

Oh the irony and the potential for humor!

Well done!

I guess that's what I wanted to say, and for being to funny and entertaining too.

Keep up the good work and the good fight!

We are the resistance!

posted on Nov, 19 2016 @ 11:21 AM

originally posted by: AnkhMorpork
I went searching around and found an email for but it bounced back on some sort of denied delivery.

Does anyone have an idea as to the best email to use or the best way to reach him?

Thank you for your help.

Best regards,


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