Originally posted by tothetenthpower
Alex Jones should NOT represent our movement.
Any Thoughts ATS?
[edit on 9/8/2009 by tothetenthpower]
Well, I tried to warn you all (everyone on ATS) about Alex Jones and the so-called "9/11 truth movement" last year in one of my threads.
Last year, I posted a theory about 9/11, but I kept getting blasted by members of the "9/11 truth movement", who told me that I should "stick to
the original story", and that I was trying to "discredit" Alex Jones and I was trying to "spread disinformation." They said that the 9/11 truth
movement only suffers when there is more than one 9/11 conspiracy theory out there.
I countered and said that if people like Alex Jones are trying to limit the number of 9/11 conspiracy theories floating around there, and try to make
other 9/11 conspiracy theorists look like "nut cases", then that is a HUGE RED FLAG about the REAL intentions of Alex Jones. I warned people that
people like Alex Jones are not about seeking the truth, but rather something else. Those who truly seek the truth do not try to discredit others out
there who put forth theories that are different than their own.
So, now tell me....how much credibility does Alex Jones have now? Tell me...who is spreading disinformation now?
Go back to my theory about 9/11 I posted last December, if you don't believe me. It's all there. I'm not saying my theory is right...I'm just
saying, if you look on my thread, I TRIED to warn you guys about Alex Jones and the "9/11 truth movement". They were not so much about finding the
truth, as they were about "seemingly" trying to expose and resist the government.
Now that his credibility is trashed.....how do you guys feel now, about trashing all the other conspiracy theorists out there who were trying to post
alternative theories about 9/11?
Last year, I had my suspicious that there was something not kosher with Alex Jones's and the 9/11 truth movement's intentions. All he did was
effectively rally people behind him, make it look like he was 'anti-government" but at the same time prevent other conspiracy theoriests from
getting their theories accepted, by getting his "followers" to trash their credibility. Then, after he got a lot of followers, made a big name for
himself, and effectively eliminated ALL OTHER competing theories....he trashed his own credibility. Why?
1. He's not thinking clearly and his judgement is impaired. Maybe he's having a nervous breakdown...or maybe he's just filled with so much hate for
the government that he has lost his ability to think rationally and consider other possibilities.
2. Maybe he's a government or a CIA plant, who was sent in to rally the 9/11 truthers, then destroy their credibility and destroy the "movement"
Personally, I think Alex Jones is a government plant. Ok, I can't prove it...but that was my hunch last year, and it is now still one of my hunches.
Think I'm wrong? Think about this. Van Jones just got canned /resigned because he signed a petition about 9/11. Then two days later, Alex Jones pulls
this stunt and ruins his own credibility. Coincidence? I think not.
I think the game plan was this:
Hey, Alex, we want to send in someone who seems to be anti-government and looks like they know what they're talking about. Are you up for the job?
Here is your mission:
1. Find as many people as you can who think that the 9/11 official story isn't true, and get them to rally behind you.
2. Make the government look like the bad guy, and also make sure you do everything in your power to "discredit" others who bring forth other
theories about 9/11 (ie Dr. Judy Wood and others)
3. Then when you finally have ONE big, united group following you, and firmly behind ONE theory and one theory only....at the right time...we'll let
you know when....discredit yourself.
4. Once you are discredited, the whole 9/11 truth movement will fall apart, because you were the loudest and the first to speak out...and you also
effectively eliminated anyone who wanted to present alternative theories.
And look...it worked like a charm. Now everyone on talk radios are talking about how the 9/11 truth movement is full of "wackos" and people with no
Well, congratulations, everyone. The 9/11 "truth movement" was corrupted from within. I actually predicted this in one of my threads last year,
when I posted my theory about 9/11, but nobody listened to me.
People accused ME of spreading dis-information! Ha! Take a look at what Alex Jones did today. Now WHO is spreading disinformation???
I think Alex Jones was chosen years ago. He was an expert...he fooled almost everyone. Except those of us who dared to look a little deeper and say
"Hey, this 9/11 truth movement isn't about finding the truth....it's about looking like you want to bring down the government."
But nobody listened to me and the few others on here....
Congrats, everyone. You just got psy-opsed.
edit to add: If Alex Jones is a psy-ops plant (I have no proof, just a theory), but IF he is, then his timing was PERFECT. Not just about the timing
with Van Jones, but also think about this:
Many of us instinctively know, or feel, that something BIG is about to happen. Maybe another attack, maybe a false flag, maybe something big. The web
bots predict it. Time wave zero predicts it. How perfect is it that the "9/11 truth movement" would be discredited (from within) right about
Something didn't smell right about the "9/11 truth movement" from the start. I think it was all a big psy-ops game, with the ultimate intention to
bring down the movement later on. Isn't this how the CIA works?
P.P.S This is what happens when people don't think for themselves, and let one person speak for so many others. Alex Jones seemed to be willing to
get up there and speak out....perfect, the 9/11 movement seemed to have a willing spokesman. But what so many people didn't notice, is that he was
also instructing his "followers" to "discredit those" who were presenting theories that were different than his own. This should have been a huge
red flag to everyone, but only a few of us noticed it.
[edit on 8-9-2009 by nikiano]
[edit on 8-9-2009 by nikiano]