posted on Sep, 4 2010 @ 04:37 PM
reply to post by LucidDreamer85
Why should I not believe him though.
No-one is asking you to believe anything he says, Jones himself often stresses the importance of you carrying out your own research instead of just
putting faith in what he says. One thing I've noticed is that rarely do people who disagree with Alex actually put forward legitimate
counterarguments to the points he raises; stuff like fluoridated water, GMOs, aspartame, AGW, 9/11, the corrupt monetary system, etc.
It's much easier for them to just revile the man, and Alex is such an easy target, with his monstrous egoism, as he demonstrated shamelessly in the
Peter Joseph interview, and over-dramatised characteristics which lead people to passing the guy off as an unreliable source of information, when they
should be focusing on the accuracy of information he puts forward, most of which IMO is conscientiously researched and well-sourced.
The problem with Alex though, is that he seems more interested in provoking an emotional response from his viewer (and heightened emotionality often
overrides people's objectiveness and increases susceptibility to suggestion), instead of acting more mellow and professional, if he did that, he
be more popular. In my experience though, he's a lot more reliable than the propaganda-loving TV corporations (i.e. CNN and