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Prisonplanet.com Is Not a Bad Source!

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posted on Dec, 14 2007 @ 04:48 PM
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Im getting so sick of People on these threds saying prisonplanet.com is not a reliable source......


How could a web site that has:

Expose the North American Union
Expose the elite
Started the Ron Paul Revolution
Expose the NAFTA Superhighway

Be an unrelable source!!! who are you people going to trust... FOX NEWS??? they are controlled by the goverment. You guys need to wake up!

[edit on 14-12-2007 by manbearpig]

[edit on 14-12-2007 by manbearpig]

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[edit on 12/14/2007 by Gools]




posted on Dec, 16 2007 @ 02:35 AM
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Yeah I would trust Prisonplanet or Infowars any day over Drudge report. Their information is legit. It makes me mad that they can get over 500 Diggs and not reach the front page of that site.



posted on Dec, 16 2007 @ 03:21 AM
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But these are not,

"Some of my favorite things:"

cyprusmete.ipodpsp.hop.clickbank.net...

cyprusmete.affstocks.hop.clickbank.net...

www.getview.net...

www.survivemartiallaw.com...

Why are these pay site peppered through the breaking news stories by a site that complains of the White House placing news propaganda in the news media? What is the difference?



posted on Dec, 16 2007 @ 04:45 AM
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Originally posted by manbearpig
Im getting so sick of People on these threds saying prisonplanet.com is not a reliable source......


Granted, Jones' sites have exposed quite a few conspiracies... However, here are a few articles that shows why infowars.com is not a reliable site.

These kinds of threads are usually laughed off on ATS, yet presented as news on infowars:
Satan Displays Bush 'Hook 'em' Hand Gesture; Is The Devil a UT Fan Too?

Pat Robertson Displays Satanic 'El Diablo' Sign During 700 Club Show

The Protocols of Zion is not a forgery because only parts have been forged:
Protocols Forgery Argument is Flawed

Harry Potter is in league with the great beast:
Harry Potter & The Order of the Phoenix

This one speaks for itself:
Uncle Sam Wants YOU Gay (Your Children Too)

And finally in the "Countdown To World War Three" article it states:


Sadaam Hussein is rumoured to be a high-ranking Freemason...


Since when are "rumors" news? A reliable news source would not report on rumors in order to support their position.

Those are just a few examples, however it should be enough to demonstrate why infowars.com cannot be considered a reliable news source.

I should note that I loved Alex Jones' new movies' Terrorstorm and his latest movie Endtimes. I have been a fan of him eversince and wish him even more success. But to say that his news site is as reliable as say, Le Monde Diplomatique would be a great error in judgment.


EDIT: lol thanks Siddhi-Data, I have edited my post as you suggested. (maybe this[ article has more truth to it than I had imagined.
)

[edit on 16/12/07 by ConspiracyNut23]



posted on Dec, 16 2007 @ 04:47 AM
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I just thought yo might like to clarify that you love Alex Jones new movie, End-Game (endgame, uh, Endgame, et al.)

love
Vinyaka



posted on Dec, 16 2007 @ 12:40 PM
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Originally posted by Trauma
Yeah I would trust Prisonplanet or Infowars any day over Drudge report. Their information is legit. It makes me mad that they can get over 500 Diggs and not reach the front page of that site.


Sorry, but your statement is fairly absurd and it shows that you don't even know what you're talking about. The Drudge Report doesn't even write or create its own news. Once in a blue moon it will throw up a brief paragraph of its own, but that is only if the story is just breaking and no one else has carried it yet.

The Drudge Report entirely consists of links to legitimate news sites. Drudge is nothing more than links to top news stories covered by legitimate news sources, like the Associated Press, ABC News, Breitbart, NBC, etc.

My guess is that you made this statement because of your dislike for Matt Drudge and what you perceive to be his personal political beliefs. While The Drudge Report may be a conservative-leaning site, it still doesn't produce its own news, as opposed to the liberal-leaning New York Times. So there's a huge difference there, IMO.

Anyway, while PrisonPlanet may occasionally report something that turns out to be true or accurate, I don't think it is a reliable or legitimate news source. After all, I'm still waiting to see independent confirmation of all those FEMA concentration camps and the "hundreds of thousands" of empty train cars with human shackles inside that I remember them reporting about.



posted on Dec, 16 2007 @ 02:46 PM
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Infowars and Prisonplanet are news sources just like CNN or Fox. They all have an agenda of some sort, and they all are just about money. Just because they started the whole Ron Paul thing doesn't make them any better. As much as I like the guy (and may vote for him if he were to win the primary and get on the presidential ballot in my state) it's still highly politically biased for them to support Ron Paul. He might be different that other candidates, but he's still a politician.



posted on Dec, 16 2007 @ 03:02 PM
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Originally posted by Rasputin13

Sorry, but your statement is fairly absurd and it shows that you don't even know what you're talking about. The Drudge Report doesn't even write or create its own news. Once in a blue moon it will throw up a brief paragraph of its own, but that is only if the story is just breaking and no one else has carried it yet.


Maybe you've never been to any of Alex Jones' sites, because their news is done in the same exact fashion. So this statement is equally absurd, and maybe you should actually visit a website before your going to talk about it's flaws. The articles that are actually written by Jones' crew, I'll admit are very biased and one sided, but they are few.

[edit on 12/16/07 by AcesInTheHole]



posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 10:39 AM
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Originally posted by AcesInTheHole
Maybe you've never been to any of Alex Jones' sites, because their news is done in the same exact fashion. So this statement is equally absurd, and maybe you should actually visit a website before your going to talk about it's flaws. The articles that are actually written by Jones' crew, I'll admit are very biased and one sided, but they are few.

[edit on 12/16/07 by AcesInTheHole]


I beg to differ. There's a huge difference because Drudge links to credible news sources like I described previously, while PrisonPlanet often cites Rense.com-type sources.

So, I don't think it would be an accurate comparison. Drudge carries legitimate, mainstream news about a range of issues. But if you need to get the latest on which world leaders are Reptilian shape-shifters or how far away Planet X is, then PrisonPlanet links to the best sources for that.

And for the record, I have actually visited PrisonPlanet on many occasions. You'll be hard-pressed to find many conspiracy stories on this site that don't link to PrisonPlanet. So perhaps your comments about visiting a website before pointing out its flaws would be best directed at the poster who thinks the Drudge Report consists of nothing but Matt Drudge-authored neoconservative propaganda. Now that is absurd!



posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 10:55 AM
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Just like any other source the info/news on PP should be looked into and researched further by the reader.

PP will have plenty of articles I think are interesting but I always look up the info elsewhere. And no, infowars.net, jonesreport.com and any of Alex's other sites do not count when you're looking for other sources.

I also love how a story on PP will cite a story on jonesreport and vice versa. It's funny.

Also, some out there seem to have difficulty distinguishing the articles from the ads. I don't have any advice for you on that problem. If you can't tell the difference between an article and an ad you might have bigger problems. Just saying is all. Like, did you see the article on Drudge about the Chevy Tahoe having the best mid-size pickup mileage? Yeah, that's not an article. That would be an ad.



posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 02:49 PM
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Read/Watch anything from Jones that was produced before 9/11 and even after the Oklahoma bombing. I use to be the BIGGEST Alex Jones fan on ATS, I use to read infowars daily. Until, I watched material before 9/11. 1999/2000 period.

He is nothing but a paranoid Christian-conservative. That's why he never focuses on any conspiracy related to religion. Alex Jones is homophobic too, watch his material on bohemian grove and listen to his reaction regarding no women being allowed in. I'm surprised he didn't call it a gay conspiracy



posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 06:54 PM
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Originally posted by Rasputin13

I beg to differ. There's a huge difference because Drudge links to credible news sources like I described previously, while PrisonPlanet often cites Rense.com-type sources.


What makes them so credible? The fact that they will do anything for ratings? Or the fact that they are just big corporations only out to make money? Please, the MSM is the one place people go to be spoon fed there information, so they don't have to think about or question anything. Just assuming they are all knowing and credible is a big problem these days.


So, I don't think it would be an accurate comparison. Drudge carries legitimate, mainstream news about a range of issues. But if you need to get the latest on which world leaders are Reptilian shape-shifters or how far away Planet X is, then PrisonPlanet links to the best sources for that.


I'd like to see one article from a Jones site that talks about reptillian shape shifters. I mean come on, now your just making stuff up. You can understand why I can still question if you have ever actually read anything on his websites.

I'm not even a big fan of Jones. I do think that he "wakes" a lot of people up though. In the end, no one place is reliable enough to get all the info your looking for, no matter how credible it may appear. It's not about prison planet or Drudge, or blind faith in the media. It's about absorbing as much as you can from as many places you can, and then making your own decisions.



posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 07:52 PM
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Originally posted by AcesInTheHole
I'd like to see one article from a Jones site that talks about reptillian shape shifters.

You're right. That is one of the dissagrements Jones had with David Icke. Jones says he believes about 95% of what David is saying. That 5% includes the shape shifters theory. (that's pretty much where Icke looses me as well)



posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 08:00 PM
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Prisonplanet is legit. The info is substantiated on every topic. He backs himself up with multiple sources if the originals aren't satisfactory to some people.

It's the people who feel somehow offended by 'conspiracy theories' that claim Prisonplanet is illegitimate. These are the same folks who believe the 9/11 official story is logically sound (lol)... it's a political bias and has little to do with Alex Jones' actual journalism skills - which are VERY sound.

A little proof about the anti-conspiracy theory attitude : someone has already claimed that Prisonplanet is home to info on reptillians etc.
People MIX up all 'conspiracy theories' into one bag and will even construe one source for the other etc.

Prisonplanet is meat and potatoes, political conspiracy that CAN be dissected and proven in many cases. The fact that anyone would confuse it with reptillian or planet x stuff just goes to show you how thoroughly brain-washed people are to throw conspiracy theories all in one bag and shake their head at the lot.

[edit on 18-12-2007 by NewWorldOver]



posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 10:13 PM
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Originally posted by NewWorldOver
It's the people who feel somehow offended by 'conspiracy theories' that claim Prisonplanet is illegitimate. These are the same folks who believe the 9/11 official story is logically sound (lol)...


That's quite the general all-encompassing statement you are making there. There are quite a few serious conspiracy theorists on this thread who question Jones’s reliability. Scroll up to my first post on this page and tell me if the linked articles are reliable?

As an example of reliability, even Noam Chomsky's wilder claims can be verified and satisfactorily sourced. (I remember looking into his claim that Lester B. Pearson (Canadian heroic ex-PM) was a war criminal, and was surprised to find that he was indeed, telling the truth.)

Reliability, like a Rolex watch, means they can always be relied upon. This just isn’t the case with Jones.

Like infinite, I use to write him off as a paranoid Christian-conservative. His BG film was the epitome of Christian-conservatism personified by his yelling “satanists” over a loud speaker. Luckily, he has recovered somewhat and his last two films were excellent IMO.

BTW: I don’t believe the “official” 9/11 story.



[edit on 18/12/07 by ConspiracyNut23]



posted on Dec, 19 2007 @ 05:27 AM
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Oh don't get me wrong, "End Game " and "Terrorstorm" are fantastic, but still, Alex Jones is extremely bias towards certain topics and is just plain rude about others.



posted on Dec, 19 2007 @ 11:36 AM
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Another reason for it being a bad source. One perfect example.

Hurricane Katrina.

Alex Jones gave an extremely stupid, childish and ubintelligent remarks when the Mexican army crossed the border to aid the United States (with US permission).

According to infowars.com, it was an invasion by Mexico

[edit on 19-12-2007 by infinite]



posted on Dec, 19 2007 @ 12:40 PM
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Yes, he may have been incorrect on that. The US government did allow the Mexican Army to cross the border to send assistance. However we assumed they would be sending a medical or engineer unit, not a full fledged combat unit complete with Heckler & Koch G3A3s and Mexican flags flying from every possible location where a flag can be flown on a vehicle. They were specifically told by Customs when they crossed the border and later by their National Guard escort unit that they had to keep their weapons secured and hidden and to dress for humanitarian aid in the Class C uniform with soft cap and instead they were wearing Class C uniforms with helmets, ballistic vests and waving rifles in the air.

There was no need for the Mexican flags all over their vehicles and the full combat gear or the weapons (being that we were proving them with an armed escort of National Guardsmen) and thats what pissed off Jones and many Americans.



posted on Dec, 19 2007 @ 01:22 PM
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Alex Jones is a rabid conspiracy theorist. He is a conspiracy junky, about three heartbeats away from believing that aliens are sending him messages through his gonads. He has concocted a dramatic storyline dating back centuries and culminating in the implementation of a cruel and sadistic NWO. I agree with him on aspects of his 911 theory, but everything beyond that is only speculation



posted on Dec, 19 2007 @ 04:11 PM
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Originally posted by ChrisF231
There was no need for the Mexican flags all over their vehicles and the full combat gear or the weapons (being that we were proving them with an armed escort of National Guardsmen) and thats what pissed off Jones and many Americans.


But their the Mexican army


When the British army helped out during the Boxing Day Earthquake in 2004, our boys/girls flew our national flag. Troops were armed too.



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