[font=Trebuchet MS]I've listened to him for about 3 years now, the first 2 I would have definitely called myself a big Alex fan; I really know his
content inside and out.
However over the last year, my support for him has been somewhat strained as he's gone off and said some things I just can't get behind..
The biggest problem I have with Alex is with his "documents" and "sources". Much of the time when he's going off on a rant about whatever, he'll
pull on some "doctor" that will inevitably back him up, but theres a problem with this..
What he does is finds one guy that agrees with him and then parades him on the air as if he trumps the entire medical community. You can figure this
out quite quickly by looking for real studies, using large numbers of people, published in peer review journals; I've never found a credible paper
backing up his bigger claims.
That fluoride will reduce your IQ by 10-30 points (depending on the day and how angry Alex is)
That anyone has ever found any concrete evidence of cancer "viruses" in any vaccines (or that cancer has been successfully weaponized as a virus
rather than a disease)
Of course most people also know, mercury causing autism in vaccines has been debunked as a myth by countless doctors- yet he keeps at it.
Some of his claims are nutty
Like how theres some secret underground child sex slave ring going on and and depending on the day, sometimes the UN runs it, others, the CIA runs
But molesting children, Alex claims, is quite common among the elite; especially in the white house and usually with drugs.
A week or so ago he claimed Al Gore leads a rebellion of youths that destroys property and burns down houses of big polluters, randomly slashes SUV
Why I DO like Alex is he because he makes people think and ask questions
. If I never heard Alex, I'd never have looked into 9/11, knew
anything about the Bilderbergs, etc.
Much of his info on the world elite like the Bilderbergs among others is good stuff, sometimes exaggerated a little but as I said; he makes you ask
My 2 cents.