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Originally posted by TDawgRex
reply to post by filosophia
I like to think of myself as a honest person. I'm sure Alex wouldn't give me the time of day unless it lined his pockets a little more.
If I knew of a conspiracy that actually helped people, I would stay silent. Conspiracies can be good sometimes, I know, how is a conspiracy good?
If I knew of a conspiracy that hurt people (and had proof), I would alert as many media outlets as I could, even Alex.
Originally posted by Senteri
If Alex Jones had any kind of political agenda and inside influence in the whitehouse, he would have been right about something once.
Originally posted by DerepentLEstranger
reply to post by ThirdEyeofHorus
even funnier IMO is all the he's "in it for the money" arguments
and when his "media Empire" was just a beat up car with a megaphone on the roof the same kinda folks were probably arguing that he was just a kook, a nobody, a crazy tin foil hatter.
Originally posted by ThirdEyeofHorus
Alex Jones was right when he posted Antony Sutton on the Left/Right Hegelian dialectic. I've been reading Sutton's material since the 80s, and he was a respected researcher, exposed Skull and Bones for the first time. Jones is right about a lot of things. It is so funny sometims when people wave the anti-tin-foil hat around, and it's even more funny on a big conspiracy theory site like this.