posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 01:12 AM
Listen to all of the ads, spooky music and talk about the end is near. It's one thing to warn people about vaccines but using that deep serious voice
to slang soap and MRE food. Let's not forget the guy who is a frequent "guest" selling collectible gold coins.
He's always making insane leaps and connections from very little or no evidence. Often he will deliver very mixed messages for instance, he slammed
the creator of Zeitgeist and made up things about the film, tried to connect Krishnamurti with Hitler, called people who like Zeitgeist "mindless"
after he himself claimed not fully watching it. He kept saying Peter Joseph was "making fun" of Christians, which is totally a lie, claiming that in
Addendum he somehow is attacking spirituality and calling for a world, socialized government. He took Jiddu Krisnamurti's association with the
theosophical society, which ended in 1935, as some sort of sign that he was a secret soldier for socialism, when Jiddu preaches against it.
To the contrary, he often touts his "Nobel Prize Winning" guest Joseph Stiglitz a guy who helped make the biggest global warming scam movie ever
"An Inconvenient Truth" as well as authoring two books about how "Globalization" is a great thing... Alex NEVER brings those up...
Or on the topic of religion, how about having on Mel Gibson's father who says the Holocaust was exaggerated... Alex didn't pose any argument at all.
He just let the guy rant for a half hour. Ale
I don't think Peter Joseph's films are perfect. Nor do I think he is pedaling socialist garbage. The Venus Project has been greatly distorted by
Alex Jones. He has created this division of his fans and Zeitgeist fans by using lies, assumptions and complete misinterpretations of it's sentiment.
Which is solely an idea, based on the scientific method, rather then organized religion, to escape indoctrinated slavery, greed and tyranny created
by the global banking elites carefully designed, fiat currency, fractional banking, monetary worship, BS, ponzi scheme.
It says nothing in there manifesto about "Global Governance" or alienation based on religions, beliefs or spirituality. It does not claim to be a
"Utopia" as Alex Jones incessantly says that it does. It actually says, everyone should have their own spiritual beliefs without ridicule, and
offers a resource based solution.
The creator Jacques Fresco, says it over and over, not a utopia, it has it's flaws but is a start. A new idea based on people, not profit. Not on
indoctrination. Not based on fear.
The way Alex conducted the interview with Peter Joseph was a sad display. I lost a lot of respect for him that day. Not for his argument but for his
sandbox, FOX style tactics. Calling him names, making grunting noises, using profanity, and jumping to HUGE conclusions. Then admitting later, he
never watched the entire film. It takes a certain type of person to lie of the top of ones head and call it truth.
Alex is very defensive of his religious beliefs, his use of the psychological commerce trick "$19.99" instead of just charging $20. I don't know if
his motives for starting a war with this guy are based on having to share his fan-base with a guy who he feels is a threat to his income, if he really
thinks he's an "undercover agent" or if he just plain psychotic. Maybe a bit of all.
Jordan Maxwell is the one who woke me up, not Alex Jones or Peter Joseph. Jordan has shown over and over how Christianity, Judaism and all other
organized religions are meant to mislead you at there very core. On Alex's show he never really gets to far into it with Mr. Maxwell. You'll hear
Alex say organized religion is bad but also say he believes in Jesus Christ in the same sentence?
I am not telling anyone what to believe. That is the beauty of our freedom, as Joseph and Fresco point out, but it is interesting the duality of TRUTH
Alex Jones sells for $19.99. It's good he let's people copy his films but take it with a truck load of salt. Alex loves fear.