posted on Nov, 7 2010 @ 11:24 AM
First of all please excuse my giant wall of text, but hear me out.
Hopefully everyone who has done their homework on the NWO has dug into the various psych warfare operations that the government has put out into the
There is no question that Operation Mockingbird is still ongoing. The powers that be have discovered it’s much more effective to throw out
disinformation rather than to actually kill or use physical aggression as a strategy. This same rule goes for the general public, which I will explain
in a second.
I'll give you an example on how they are trying to destroy Jones as we speak, take a look at Glenn Beck. If you listen to Glenn, you will quickly
realize that he gets his information from Jones; no doubt he takes this information and spins it. Glenn is a dislikable guy. His fans are probably
more in love with the info he is putting out than Glenn himself. The media, particularly left wing media puts out information to discredit and make
Glenn look like a nut job, and even Glenn does this to himself. Crying on TV? Glenn is a self proclaimed clown, a joke, a jester. This thereby
destroys credibility in the eyes of anyone who may look into this information because let’s face it... nobody wants to be, "that Glenn Beck fan".
Alex Jones is then by association meant to look like that nut job.
Bill Cooper was an awesome guy, but just because he is dead, does not mean that the government took him out because of his knowledge. This is the part
where some of you get offended and negate everything I have to say... try not to do that just yet, hear me out.
The guy did something stupid in a standoff and ended up dead. If anything, if I were to look at both AJ and BC from an outside perspective and decide
which one sounded crazier to me, it would be BC. Anyone who starts talking about secret government spaceships and alien technology is going to appear
to be crazy in my eyes, because I for one have not seen enough evidence to validate aliens, at least at this point in my life. I believe the general
American public would agree. Cooper was right about a lot of stuff, but in the argument of psych warfare, he really hurt his validity in the eyes of
the truth movement.
Now the video in the front of this topic, which for example talks about Alex Jones misrepresenting the west bank… Who cares? I’ve heard all the
arguments about Jones sticking up for Israel, but all of these videos also forget to mention the criticism that Jones brings to the table when it
comes to Israel. Jones has stated many times that Israel, the US, and UK are part of the New World Order system and that Israel will be used to create
a war with Iran.
I think Alex's show was just too long to handle back in the day. His information now is cleaner and contains fewer mistakes than he used to have.
Alex has grown up, he is less speculative and more informed and he now see how reporting an incoming Russian missile, while entertaining, is nothing
more than what we find on ATS on a regular basis, and it ends up hurting his credibility. I think if Cooper were still around, he would take back what
he said about Jones being a liar. Sometimes, that over confidence of knowledge came across as fact, making Jones look like he was intentionally
putting out disinformation.
The point is, Alex Jones is not a threat to the system, not because he isn't legit, but because they know the people won’t raise arms against the
New World Order system. People aren’t going to rise up from of what Jones says, because psychological warfare will forever reign supreme.
Now to finish my point about using aggression against the public; If you know anything Project Camelot (Not the website but the actual government
op.), you probably know that the government has multiple levels of defense against the American people, and they have pretty much stuck to psych
warfare. We haven’t really even entered into the line of physical confrontation yet, and probably never will.
The government can always create pockets of confrontation by ordering their minions out to YouTube to put out videos or write blogs, to create a
divide and conquer strategy. That is probably exactly why the Cooper/Jones argument was created in the first place, to further discredit everything he
has to say. Believe it or not, this false argument about Cooper versus Jones hurts the truth movement more than it helps. Getting people Jones is a
liar is very destructive, and in itself creating a “left/right paradigm” to divide the truth movement.
We are just spinning our wheels here.