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Alex Jones experiences melt down trying to wake us up.

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posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 12:34 AM
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Originally posted by Nitemare26
have a good day sorry my account is newer then yours take care, BROTHER


Banned already?

Wow, like I said...trolls don't last long.

- Lee




posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 12:51 AM
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"pikypiky" has finally view this AJ character on YouTube.com. He speaks truth about many things. There is still some hope for humanity after all.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 01:30 AM
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That is absolutely fantastic!!! I don't know if it was intended, but it's constructed like a symphony. By the end of the second movement (allegro) I am in hysterics, while also appreciating both the message and the delivery. To people that complain about the anger, know that Alex is not always this way, though he does get cranked up sometimes. You can see it coming when he's in a certain mood and gets going on certain subjects. I usually skip past the rants and monologues when I listen to his show anymore; I've got the idea. I thank the OP because I must have skipped over this gem.

Alex's guests and interviews are almost always great, though. Admittedly that thing with Sheen the other day was just wierd, but I don't think anyone expected that (except maybe Charlie), and while Alex tried to be a decent host, he has been quite embarrassed and apologetic since. Sheen's a mess; he should not have gone on the air in that state (whatever that state was!) and talked about his personal job issues, among other things, like everyone should care.

To the people that don't believe the message, or want to nit pick details (I usually don't read many of the reply posts on ATS anymore; I hate the way people do this), please do some research. The people Alex is talking about when he refers to the NWO are very open about what they want and intend. And they have the power and money to try to pull it off, at least for a very troubling while. It's no secret, though it does tend to get put in places that require a bit of looking around and dot connecting. I believe Alex is a national and global treasure, but he is after all, just one voice with one central goal that takes him down specific paths. Of course no one should try to get their entire world view from one voice! And if you don't like the voice, go elsewhere and stop complaining. I find Alex to be incredibly well read and informed, and he sights source after source when he makes claims.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 02:50 AM
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hes right...this world is so caught up in the drama that includes the daily lives of celebrities...but fails to call on the governments shortfall on taking care of the economy and its people...like Alex..im sick of all of the "pop culture sickness" that the al gore lovers of the world push on the younger and more impressionable minds of this world to stop living your way..and go live their way...cause $5 a gallon gas is good for you as long as your saving the environment right?? its ok the goverment forces healthcare on you...its ok that they are poisoning the water and food...as long as you can prop up in front of the tv everynight and forget the problems of the world..forget what the founders fought for...cause its being stripped from you while your favorite show is on....weither you believe alex or not...you can see it for yourself...just put the pieces together...it isint so hard to see their ways....it isint so hard to see the freedoms and liberties you love being stripped away....this is an instant gratification society..if its in front of us and we see it..we consume it...we dont stop to think what it is...cause its better to ask for forgivness than permission right?.....worry about it later...this world is falling apart...but you wont find that in a justin bieber song....a great musician i know has a saying..."the world is a strange place....dont be a stranger".....think about it...



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 03:20 AM
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Have you actually seen some of his earlier videos (that have been posted in this thread) ? He states his point then goes off on wild tangents.... ie. CIA, NSA blah blah blah. How do you take that seriously?

Think what you like. Some people need to realise how certain people obtain and maintain their fanbases.

A lot of what he says is true, but I think he goes about it the wrong way, and in the end it damages the arguments rather than making them stronger.

To construct a solid argument you stick to specific details about the case you are attempting to explain. Run off into tangents and not only do you lose credibility, but you lose anyone who is trying to take you seriously.

You can call me a troll, however I've been around these kinds of boards long enough that AJ is not what we need.

Without credibility, you're never going to reach the people that matter. With this attitude, you're going to turn away the people that matter. Like it or not, there are some people in this world that hold more power to instigate change than others.


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posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 03:30 AM
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And for the record, I don't think he is disinfo, working for the CIA, Zionists or any of that crap. In fact, if there actually are dedicated disinformation agents out there, I doubt very much that they are paid anything or are aware of the fact. It would be extremely easy to drop a few hints and watch the ball roll. You really wouldn't even have to drop any credentials in most cases. The rest does itself.

The whole concept of dropping a few truths and then going whichever way you want is 100% textbook pseudoscience and cult material. This is exactly what the conspiracy celebrities do, which is why I prefer to make my own judgements.

Hes just a snag short of a barbie - he doesn't realise that his form of activism will immediately be ridiculed because of his meat-headed attitude. It isn't 'professional' and it isn't 'rational'.

I just can't believe people take him seriously.
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posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 09:25 AM
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I wish more influential figures would "rant" or speak out like this....this is a very selfless act on his part with no regards to wether or not it could cost him his job and possibly his life....which means he believes with all his heart that evil is everywhere we look



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 12:23 PM
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Throw this idiot in the garbage, only idiots like to hear people screaming like a madman and by doing that condeming the entire conspiracy theory group into a category of insanity in a very dumbed down society what an idiot man I hope Ron Paul never goes on this idiot's show again


Well said, my friend.

Second line.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 12:37 PM
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I liken the intense devotion that some have to Jones to that of a religious follower who refuses to consider the possibility that some of what they believe could have been wrong. Clearly, Jones is losing it by aligning himself with the likes of Sheen and being so adamant in defending him, as evidenced in his recent appearance on "The View."

Yes, Jones has been the catalyst for awareness about what is happening in this country, but can't his supporters also see the harm he is causing the conspiracy research field? He rants and raves like a lunatic. No one is gonna listen to a raving lunatic and take him seriously. Surely he must know that his approach has made him a joke to anyone who has a critical-thinking mind!

I mean, Jesus, the ABC news report captioned their article about Jones' appearance on "The View" by making mention that he's the "most prominent figure behind the 9/11 Truther movement," then when you watch the interview he's a raving lunatic. Thanks, Alex!!

I hate to say this, but I think Jones is using dope, too, based on his behavior....and I'm being serious here. I think the pressure is getting to him and I think he's using stimulants.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 02:42 PM
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posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 05:49 AM
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the beatles and jimi hendrix , or elvis even , should not in any way be compared to the pop music BS of justin beiber



posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 06:05 AM
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Originally posted by gladtobehere


Is this serious ? He act, talks and move like someone who had to much fluoride...

PURE COMEDY !!!



posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 06:16 AM
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Originally posted by gladtobehere

Bieber Biebler, whatever.

Point being that TPTB want to distract us. Don’t worry about your money’s ever shrinking value. Don’t worry about the loss of your liberties as the police state is put into place. Pay no attention to the false flag terror attacks. Fluoride, GMO foods, vaccines, chemtrails, mercury, its all good for you.

Focus on sports and celebrity gossip. Opiate of the masses.


Only in America offcourse



posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 11:54 AM
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I love this guy.

I have alway told my 3 children "question everything" "get multiple resources from different perspectives" "Follow your heart" and" make up your own mind", unfortunatly it worked rather well,lol

Its pretty sad when society thinks that a basketball player should earn more than a heart surgeon or a talk show host more than a teacher.

Bill



posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 12:04 PM
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To even give this turd Jones or his minion of simpletons attention serves only to validate him. He's the fat socially awkward kid in high school who spent too much time playing D&D rather than making friends and learning social skills. Anyone that could believe half of his ludicrous, un-educated, pseudo-science conspiracy rantings would have to have a deficiency of the mind comparable to paranoia or schizophrenia in it's debilitating severity and should be treated as such.

When you have to rant like a lunatic to get people to even listen to you, surely you only prove the uselessness of everything you have to say. Like a spoiled child who thinks he knows better than Mom. Pathetic.
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posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 12:10 PM
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Originally posted by Liberterius
To even give this turd Jones or his minion of simpletons attention serves only to validate him. He's the fat socially awkward kid in high school who spent too much time playing D&D rather than making friends and learning social skills. Anyone that could believe half of his ludicrous, un-educated, pseudo-science conspiracy rantings would have to have a deficiency of the mind comparable to paranoia or schizophrenia in it's debilitating severity and should be treated as such.

When you have to rant like a lunatic to get people to even listen to you, surely you only prove the uselessness of everything you have to say. Like a spoiled child who thinks he knows better than Mom. Pathetic.
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Red Soda...is that you?



posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 06:18 PM
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I think Alex dabbed a little too much in Charlie's stash.


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posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 09:40 PM
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clearly he's on teh "sheen" also.


just waiting for his face to melt off and his children to cry over his exploded body.

hahahah.

you go alex!



posted on Mar, 3 2011 @ 11:50 AM
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Hardly a "meltdown"... more like a cheese-melt.
This is standard Alex... he throws a little FIRE into it at least once a day.

"Pissed off" is A.J.'s bread and butter!



posted on Mar, 3 2011 @ 12:04 PM
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Originally posted by sapien82
reply to post by lee anoma
 


the beatles and jimi hendrix , or elvis even , should not in any way be compared to the pop music BS of justin beiber



I think you miss the broader point of my message.

I'm not comparing them on a level of "talent" at all, I'm talking about how new musicians are perceived by the generation that came before them, as opposed to the newer generation that they are geared towards. I'm not surprised that anyone not falling into the demographic Bieber is targeting doesn't dig his music.

Alex Jones isn't in the target audience, so what's the big shock for him that this teenage music is very "light"?

Also keep in mind, that there are plenty of people that found and probably still find those singers you mention as talentless or terrible artists.

It all comes down to personal tastes and that is pretty subjective.
It also wasn't my point, though.

Alex's histrionics is more childish than anything Bieber is doing right now.



Bieber's a teen, what's Alex's excuse?

- Lee

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