posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 10:59 PM
I'm a bit torn on Alex Jones. Alex Jones was very good in helping me wake up. Right now I'm looking for my own clues and I'm trying to understand
the mainstream media and I'm trying to understand all the different things that is happening in my own sense of the idea. I've been educating
myself on a lot of stuff.
I think if you aren't well reasoned, or, a rational person, or, if you don't understand basic history, or if you aren't really into this kind of
stuff you shouldn't listen to his show. It's hard to understand what he talks about sometimes if you're new to it. Don't listen to him for
suggestion. Part of what he does he wants to entertain his listeners with it. I've noticed sometimes he's lost his mind... sometimes what I like
to do is when I think he's crazy I like to take a break from him... because he really goes way off the charts sometimes and that isn't cool at all.
Alex Jones does break a lot of under-reported stories. He does talk about a lot of stuff that's happening domestically. But that's something else
I've realized. He will only talk about certain topics. He never really goes into great detail about talking about wars. He doesn't really talk
much about specific topics. I mean like he doesn't talk about philosophy in detail... or like what his ideal philosophy of how the world should be
would be like... in philosophical terms... he says what the globalists are doing is bad sometimes... but I guess he doesn't go beyond into
excruciating detail about it. He is good at proving his points... that is he is good at proving what he says to be actual fact... but he doesn't
philosophize that much. So I've realized that I should go to other sources other than Alex Jones of course to learn and think on my own about
certain stuff too.
So, what I'd say is that his show is a good show... but you'd appreciate it more if you already have some understanding of what he's talking about.
It just helps.