reply to post by talisman
So what you're basically saying is, because Alex Jones doesn't call out people as being disinfo agents, his information should be taken as truth, we
should do what he tells us, and we should ignore all connections he has with people who have been involved with groups that have done some shady
things in their history?
Is that right or wrong?
reply to post by enigmania
The point of giving some truths and some lies is to make the people that believe everything he says believe that it's ALL truths. You make him expose
things that no one else will, while staying away from the REAL stories. What that basically does is makes the Alex Jones followers not go look for
anything other than the stories Alex Jones reports.
So now, they have the mainstream media, and the biggest alternative media outlet. They control the propaganda with the mainstream media, and all the
people who blindly follow that, and would rather hear about Britney Spears and Paris Hilton, while also having control of the people who have left the
grasp of the Hollywood spotlight and have ventured into the "conspiracy world". By having a major alternative media source, naturally people will
flock to it because it's popular, it's the big thing, so it must be true. So you give them some truth, some lies, and they accept it as whole
truths, while being shielded from the real truth hidden behind what ever Alex Jones tells.
If he's a Christian man and doesn't believe in this Jesuit conspiracy, fine, I don't have a problem with that. You know what he could do to score
major points with myself, and every other person that has bashed him for not covering this obvious conspiracy? He could do research and create a
section on one of his websites and post information there about the Jesuits and the Vatican, and have his readers decide for themselves.
If you're going to play the role that he plays of being an alternative source for media and information, you DON'T censor out ANYTHING. You leave
your personal opinions out of it. You give your viewers ALL of the information from BOTH sides of the story. You cover EVERY major topic, including
the Vatican, despite your personal opinions of it.
He doesn't have to believe it himself. But the least he can do is allow his viewers to decide for themselves.
Originally posted by Unplugged
I would question the credibility of anyone calling Alex Jones a "disinfo" agent as strongly a the OP. I think the OP is clearly trying to make
something out of nothing and simply smear Jones, Counter Intelligence agent style. Look at his username for #### sake.
Ah, yes. Attack me rather than addressing the points.
I'm on the CIA payroll, ya know. Not shocking is it?
Nothing will ever convince you Alex Jones fans. You're as blind as the people who watch FOX News. Sad:shk:
reply to post by Meatclown
Finally someone who can think without asking Alex Jones what his opinion is first.
Yeah, the run ins with security and not getting it on tape...:shk:
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