reply to post by Khaotix
Well if there ever were the prospect of a looming police state crackdown in the good 'ol US of A, troops on the street, the works - where would the
opposition come from, which would precipitate it, and foment it? And if another Timothy McVey type is ever involved, even himself as part of some
eleborate reverse sting operation, as a lone madman, homegrown terrorist
- what kind of profile do you think would be painted..? Perhaps the
type that the Glen Beck's and the Bill O'Reilly's would be salivating to report on maybe..?
Just think it through all the way, that's all I'm asking.
There's good and bad in everything, and a little caution and scepticism is always healthy.
He goes WAY over the top sometimes, like during that Y2K scare, and incites people to PANIC, if at all possible..
A little distance from him and his rantings might not be such a bad thing for a movement that is beginning to gain some real traction and credibility
with the public.
He is not the leader of the 9/11 truth movement, no one is. It's a movement of the truth itself. There is no leader and none is needed - just a rise
in clear eyed conscious awareness, capable of sifting fact from fiction and fearmongering.
And most of the information presented by Alex Jones did not begin with him, but eminated from the tireless work of so many people everywhere.
We've just got to be careful, and his worldview is dangerous. Yes, some of it IS true, but not all. It's not all entirely congruent with reality as
it really is, and you shouldn't get your worldview from any one source either.
And his complete demonization of Obama is also I believe over the top, as it is with many of the people who post at ATS who go right along with it.
Oh he's big finance, no doubt, but he aint George W Bush, Dick Cheney or Ghouliani.
[edit on 30-9-2009 by OmegaPoint]