I think this video provides me with all the examples I need. I don't have a problem with Alex Jones as a journalist. He covers the news. He talks
about the new world order and how they want a global international financial system. That's all fine. He exposes how the government is doing these
raids on Afghan villages and killing many innocent people. I just want you to pay close attention to what he says though. I feel that Alex Jones
says things without really explaining them in detail as to what he really means.
He has this philosophy- which I believe is the extreme pinnacle of paranoia. If you've listened to him long enough you'll know that he believes
that the government wants to kill all of us. I will agree with him that the government has gotten to be quite a despotic force, but, I don't think
we need that kind of paranoia. Listen to him- in the video I am going to post he says that the government wants to use drones on us to attack us.
His thesis is that all of these things that we're doing in all of these other countries- we're going to do here, in the United States.
It may be very true that in the future the government will use drones for security purposes in the United States here. But I think that it's
far-fetched to think that many people in the civil service actually want to use drones against the people. There may be some neocons out there that
want to, but, I really don't think they do in the way that he is making it out to be. I think most civil servants are good natured at heart, and,
while they may make policies I disagree with, and they may unknowingly serve the central banking elite, I don't think they really want to kill the
My second point- Alex Jones needs to step down with his rhetoric about the police. There are a lot of bad policemen. They're being produced by with
the system. Now there is a discussion if we can record police's conversations or if we can't, and, if they have privacy rights (which in reality
they are performing a public service, so they don't in this case). Alex Jones says that the government WANTS to put the police against the people.
I believe while it may be true that the government wants to use the police against protesters- I think that Alex Jones should tone down the anti-cop
rhetoric a bit, and, I think some people go a bit too far with their angst against the police.
I just think that Alex Jones goes a bit too far without really explaining what he means... and in doing so he instills paranoia in the people who
listen to his show who may just be about as gullible as the people who watch the corporate media and believe whatever they see or read (you know AJ
probably has some of those people listening to him).
I don't believe Alex Jones is a disinfo agent. I just believe that Alex Jones doesn't realize that some of his arguments are fallacious, and, I
think that he doesn't realize the impact that his words have on people, or, if he is- I don't think he's fully aware of their effects, or doesn't
think that it's his responsibility.
Watch it and see for yourself: