posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 07:45 PM
Originally posted by downtown436
I have thought about the prospects that maybe he is a gov't plant to get those that oppose the NWO to stand up, so they would have an easier time
rounding us up, but I just don't think that is the case. Alex is causing way too much damage to the NWO to possibly be part of them.
I support AJ!
I used to be a huge supporter of AJ. I would comment on his forums often. Until I was banned one day for simply asking why support only one candidate
(Ron Paul) for president and ignore others like Bob Bar, or Cynthia McKinney that could progress the movement for proper investigation to the
9/11(and other pressing issues) event all the same.
It was at this point I began to wonder if 'Alex is on to something'. If you question or don't immediately agree with him (or his forum moderators)
you are caste as a sheep/brainwashed or a drone supporting the enemy.
I believe if he is not a tool for this NWO he claims to be against how would the very enemy he repudiates, whom he claims to be all powerful, permit
him to continue? If AJ was any threat to a Secret Government and was releasing information that they viewed as potentially dangerous to their
cause/endgame, why is he still on the air, why is he allowed to continue?
With things like the Internet Security Act coming down the pipeline, where the Executive branch can control access to the Internet, I think its
evident that TPTB have actions and plans in motion to deal with what really threatens them and their intentions. I am confident in stating we would
all agree that the Internet was the primary vehicle in which 9/11 Truth began and continues to strive. This applies to other issues as well, such as
FEMA actions and what have you. Without the Internet and its complexities being very hard to control and mandate this information has reached many
which otherwise would never have been known or discussed.
AJ has been claiming that the sky is falling for many, many years on his show. Many of his claims have never come to fruition, where as, some have. If
I had a Radio Show with the knack for trend analysis, over the years, statistically a few of my claims would come to be true.
I would advise everyone to not support someone wholeheartedly without doing your own research and analysis. To do otherwise exposes you to detriment
and weakness. Think for yourselves. Consider him one of your points of information. Keep a keen ear to what he says and rationalize everything you
hear from him, then check and recheck everything to verify what you have heard and compare it to other sources before you reach a conclusion.
If something seems to good to be true it probably is. AJ is far from a hero.