posted on Sep, 8 2009 @ 03:03 PM
Sorry, another Alex Jones thread.
I wondered whether I should post this or not, I feared it would be seen in the wrong light. I'm currently listening to the Alex Jones show with a
friend, a non ATS member and an interesting conversation has emerged. I'll put it to you.
We're both massively dissapointed with the hype behind the announcement and pretty shocked with the crazy idea of publishing the Charlie Sheen
article without the fictional disclaimer. Not to add deletion of certain comments from his site and the comments being stopped due to bandwidth.
All this aside (yeah it's a lot) AJ is starting a new truth campaign which to him is fairly big (only fairly) and with the help of the truthers
distributing the 20 bullet points the truth may reach the MSM. I get the impression that if all of us did this there may be a slight increase in
awareness... maybe it could be a big thing.
The point is, buried somewhere in this mess is a pretty good idea of a truth campaign which should appeal to the 9-11 truthers here, the idea of
getting the truth into the MSM is something that would be good I guess.
But within minutes of the announcement ATS is asking us to 'Digg' a post which highlights the hoax article and not the truth campaign. It's almost
as if a smokescreen has been created, people who use Digg will come across the damaging hoax stuff before the real truth campaign, thus pretty much
making a mockery of what could be a good campaign.
Like I say, this was a conversation we were having. Are we paranuts? Is there an agenda to hide the truth campaign and highlight the discrediting