posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 07:24 PM
reply to post by AkashicScribe
You have a good point.
My opinion about A. Jones, and I listen to his radio shows occasionally because he has a decent overview and good guests, is he's on the right track
and does indeed show the core problem with society today, which is the sociopathic elite conspiracies out there. The guy has a good memory, good
sources, and he's been doing this a while, so I do believe he gets most stuff right. But sure, sometimes he fails. I've heard him admit as much on
My biggest issue is the idea I get that he's a an instigation point. Too much rock music. Too much yelling. It's like violence without the actual
violence, listening to his show. Reminds me of the movie network, "first, you gotta get mad". Errr, no. First, you gotta think what is the best
solution for you. You gotta get smart, not mad.
So, if people don't get sucked into the rock show, A. Jones is a good resource for understanding what is really
going on, granted with some
exageration and fearmongering.
But it's an insidious enemy, people can not notice a police state and totalitarianism untill they are themselves literally hauled into a torture
cell. As a portuguese citizen I know this, we got rid of fascism in the 70's.