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Alex Jones arrested for asking Gov. George W Bush a question

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posted on Feb, 2 2006 @ 02:31 PM
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What? You think some of our politicians don't go to Bohemian Grove to worship an owl God called Moloch? It happens, now if it's frat boy idiocy is another question, but it happens....




posted on Feb, 2 2006 @ 02:41 PM
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From what Alex said is they detained him and drove him around for an hour and dropped him off on the highway. They stopped the car of course


Interesting thing....I was there that day and the way Bush nodded was kind of spookey as if he was telepathically talking to the security ppl.I say that because Bushs demeanor changed drastically. Think the Head Security detail that escorted him out was named Jeff...big ole beefy bodybuilder dude. Looks like he could drop ya with his index finger if ya made him mad



posted on Feb, 2 2006 @ 02:49 PM
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Originally posted by syrinx high priest
if alex jones wanted to get to a politician, he really is not going about it the right way by pouncing on them during speeches, and blurting out accusations.


He's not "pouncing on them". He's speaking up and demanding answers to serious questions. Which is something nobody else has the balls or the brains to do themselves. The questions are valid and you should appreciate that someone is actually asking them. His attitude isn't violent, it's aggressive and to the point.


he needs to beat them at thier game


"Thier Game" is B.S. which is fed to the public by the truck load and flavored with lies, hypocracy and corrupt moral standards and serves ego-maniac elitist ideals.

If Alex Jones plays "thier game", then he's already lost by becoming "them". I for one hope I never see that day come.


raise money.


Sorry, that's not gonna do it. In case you forgot, "they" print the money!!! "They" own the banks, the Treasury, Fed. Reserve, ect.


run for office


Again, it's all just a show, haven't you realized that yet??? "Bread and Circuses" man. Rather than play B.S. games that are already corrupt he's doing the only honest thing that can be done. Wake up as many people as he can and hope they take responsibility for themselves and thier own lives. It's time everyone learns to wipe thier own ass instead of begging for some Government Body to do it for them.



[edit on 2-2-2006 by mOjOm]



posted on Feb, 2 2006 @ 02:55 PM
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Originally posted by Masonic Light
Cindy Sheehan was arrested on Capitol Hill last night. Her "crime" was wearing an anti-war T-shirt.


So was a Senator's wife for wearing a T-Shirt supporting the troops...and than waht ? Bush did not order the arrests he WAS SPEAKING !

noone seems to be bothered when Anti-abortion protestors are arrested, but God forbid anyone touches and "enlighetened liberal smoke-screen-puppet " like poor Cindy...the woman propably had a mental break-down after her sons death, and the Ultr-liberal biggots are using her for their benefict... i pitty the woman...



posted on Feb, 2 2006 @ 03:15 PM
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mojo

my suggestion was an idea for him to get his message out, didn't mean to imply he should actually be part of the machine.

whay can't he raise money ? please elaborate


it seems like in these circles, there'a lot of posting and publishing and web site content and talking, not a lot of acting or doing.

I'm just suggesting he try other avenues.

can't you see leno or the daily show covering his campaign ?



posted on Feb, 2 2006 @ 03:18 PM
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I think it's rather insulting to compare these two incidents.

One person was asking a question of an elected official, the other person went to an event on the international stage with the intention of getting arrested and making the evening news.

When in a Q&A arena, a person has a right to ask questions and not worry about getting arrested. When at the State of the Union Address, in front of an International audience the purpose is to have the President explain "what's up" and what he has planned etc.

You have the right to protest and complain about whatever the hell you want. Just the same way other people have the right to go about their business. Ms. Sheehan knew quite well that she would be escorted out if she wore such a garment, in fact as someone who has been to such events dozens of times, I can tell you that people have been asked to leave for less. She and her Congresswoman puppetteer knew damn well what the result would be.

The Jones case is completely different and poorly handled.



posted on Feb, 2 2006 @ 04:01 PM
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Originally posted by syrinx high priest
mojo

my suggestion was an idea for him to get his message out, didn't mean to imply he should actually be part of the machine.

whay can't he raise money ? please elaborate


it seems like in these circles, there'a lot of posting and publishing and web site content and talking, not a lot of acting or doing.

I'm just suggesting he try other avenues.

can't you see leno or the daily show covering his campaign ?


But he is getting his message out. His radio show, his video's, his website, etc. Let's say he tries running for office like you suggest. Do you think he'll get any media coverage??? No way. Not unless those who already own the Major Media decide to give him time.

Take Badnarik for example. He was almost totally ignored last election and pretty much banned from even participating in any kind of debate or coverage. People think this country is actually a two party system, Rep. vs. Dem. It's not supposed to be a battle between only those two view points. In fact it's just retarded to even think you can represent every issue as either Conservative or Liberal with any success. It's been set up that way on purpose, so that there will always be a conflict between "this or that", "Right or Left", "Yin or Yang".

As for the money thing. What I mean is it doesn't really matter if he get's some money for his campain. First of all, it would never come close to the Wealth of his opponents.

Second, even if you have the money what good does it do you without the "connections" to spend it. Maybe he'd get to buy some time on a local station but major media will ignore him if they're told to do so.

Third and most important. When I say "they" print the money, I literally mean, "they" can print up all the little paper rectangles they want or rack up all the digital credits you can imagine. Because, to "them" money is nothing but a "shiny toy" that the sheeple believe has value. "They" invented money, banking, stock markets, global markets and so on. The influence they have over the world goes beyond what can be actually purchased.

I'd love to see leno or the daily show interview him or cover just some of what he tries to put out there. But you never will for all the reasons I just gave above and others I didn't mention. As for doing, as well as talking, I'd say he's certainly "walking the walk" as well as "talking the talk". Can you name anyone else who "crashed" an actual Bohiemian Grove Gathering and exposed thier activities to the entire world??? I'd say he's doing his share of the leg work when it comes to exposing the underbelly of the beast while everyone else lacks the courage to even admit it exists.



posted on Feb, 2 2006 @ 04:15 PM
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Third and most important. When I say "they" print the money, I literally mean, "they" can print up all the little paper rectangles they want or rack up all the digital credits you can imagine. Because, to "them" money is nothing but a "shiny toy" that the sheeple believe has value. "They" invented money, banking, stock markets, global markets and so on. The influence they have over the world goes beyond what can be actually purchased.


wasn't banking invented by the knights templar as a way for nobles to travel from europe to jerusalem without being robbed ?

anyway
your explanation has nothing to do with alex jones' ability to accumulate money.

if he is so successful in his approach, why has he gotten nowhere in changing anything ?



posted on Feb, 2 2006 @ 05:01 PM
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Originally posted by syrinx high priest
wasn't banking invented by the knights templar as a way for nobles to travel from europe to jerusalem without being robbed ?


Reinvented I suppose. I doubt they were the first nor the last. The system of controlling Money, Trade, Banking and so on has been done many times throughout history. The point I'm getting at is whoever is in control of it usually reach a point where they finally aquire more power and influence over the course of peoples lives than anyone else can gain access to when starting from the bottom and using the "monies" that are already owned and controlled by someone else. Regardless of it being "Clams", "Wampum", "Dollars", "Shrunken Heads" or whatever isn't of much concern in this case.


anyway
your explanation has nothing to do with alex jones' ability to accumulate money.


My explanation wasn't about alex jones' ability to get money. The point I was trying to make was that even if he accumulated a mountain of it, it still wouldn't change the fact that "they" who control the functions of and foundations where the money is used will always trump whatever he tried to do with his money. Especially if he intends to use the money against those who control it and to increase his platform of informing others about the Cabals who carelessly rule over mens lives.


if he is so successful in his approach, why has he gotten nowhere in changing anything ?


I'm not saying "he is so successful". What I'm saying is that he is more successful than anyone else I know of who also is openly discussing the things he does.

As for why he hasn't changed anything, I thought I discussed that at length already. In short, it's because Alex Jones can only change so much when his purpose is simply to wake others up and get them involved in what's going on around them. IMO, he isn't trying to Control People like the Elite Powers that be are doing already. If he did, then he'd be no better than them and he hates them!! That's the whole point, don't ya see??

Nobody can force Freedom or Liberty upon someone else. All anyone can do is alert others to the ways that they're already being enslaved and oppressed and hope that they will take charge in Liberating themselves and Know what it means to Live Free by Living it. In other words, the only change he can make are those that he's changed in himself. Then by exposing the various methods of oppression that are all around us, which is what he's doing, it then becomes the responsibility of each one of us to change ourselves, individually. If we so choose.

Does that make more sense???



posted on Feb, 2 2006 @ 05:57 PM
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how come this wasn't posted earlier. Why dont we do a little experiment. at another one of his speeches we'll have someone ask a question and see what happens. (
government is gonna kill me for this post:lol
Although short of having the person wear a wire theres no way of telling what happens to them if they dont return



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 04:54 AM
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This is sort of of topic, but it is on topic. Its not about Alex Jones, but its about asking Bush questions.

Ok, I dare someone to go up to Bush and say, just randomly, "what do you think about the new world order?" See if government arrest you.



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 05:08 AM
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Originally posted by AgentSmith
It's an old video (hence Gov not pres Bush), but some of you might not seen it.
Seems a bit excessive for asking a question, though maybe he should have been more tactful.


Seemed appropriate to me. If the guy had saved his question for the end of the speech, when question and answer sessions often occur, it would have been OK. When he opened up his mouth and interrupted the speech AND wouldn't shut up, he asked to get arrested.


Cindy Sheehan was arrested on Capitol Hill last night. Her "crime" was wearing an anti-war T-shirt.


Again, entirely appropriate. Demonstrations in the galleries are against rules of the House of Reps. On the other side of the same coin, the wife of Rep. Bill Young was also removed from the gallery for wearing a Pro-War shirt. Cindy Sheehan went there for the precise reason to get arrested and she accomplished her mission. Eventually, a judge somewhere is going to see that she's a multiple offender and throw her butt in jail for a few months. It's sad that it will come to that, but I really think the loss of her son "broke" her mind. I have two kids and I could see myself going insane if I lost either of mine.



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 08:46 PM
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Originally posted by BlueTriangle
Again, entirely appropriate. Demonstrations in the galleries are against rules of the House of Reps. On the other side of the same coin, the wife of Rep. Bill Young was also removed from the gallery for wearing a Pro-War shirt. Cindy Sheehan went there for the precise reason to get arrested and she accomplished her mission.


Actually, the charges were dropped because she did not break any laws. Wearing a t-shirt in protest is not against the law, they should have only removed her if she had attempted to to draw attention to the t-shirt. The police should have waited to see if she just sat there quietly for the speech or not. If she had, they had no right to remove her. This is according to the Capitol Hill Police Chief.



posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 08:55 PM
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Originally posted by Conspiracy Theorist06
This is sort of of topic, but it is on topic. Its not about Alex Jones, but its about asking Bush questions.

Ok, I dare someone to go up to Bush and say, just randomly, "what do you think about the new world order?" See if government arrest you.



Its probably too late for that. Now they keep all the truth seekers25 blocks away in the Free Speech Zone which is really a Harassment Zone for bubba police officers to have fun and arrest you anyways.



posted on Feb, 5 2006 @ 01:56 AM
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Originally posted by Conspiracy Theorist06
This is sort of of topic, but it is on topic. Its not about Alex Jones, but its about asking Bush questions.

Ok, I dare someone to go up to Bush and say, just randomly, "what do you think about the new world order?" See if government arrest you.




posted on Feb, 5 2006 @ 10:29 AM
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I'll do that I'd get a huge kick out of it. instead of saying we are being fooled like alex jones did I'll laugh histaricaly
like so



posted on Feb, 12 2006 @ 01:51 AM
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If you try and protest outside of a protest-allowed zone, they will soon be dragging you off to a "Halliburton" slave camp as well.

I listen to AJ almost every other day - he's one of my hero's! Don't let that hyper-sensationalist man with a Texan accent fool you....he's smarter than and better informed than most!



posted on Feb, 12 2006 @ 07:40 AM
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I love the way people go "Shhhhhhhh...." if they think you are going to say something against the government.

I think we better shoooosh if we dont want to be in a camp. I hear the towels are scratchy there.

*:shk:*







 
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