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This makes me think he's an agent. That and his sterile stance on religion and him saying nothing about globalist-Israel connection or the Jesuits/black nobility.
To me, Alex Jones is a hero and an American treasure. Certainly, for his life's work he should receive some sort of Pulitzer Prize. That's what I think. -----------
Originally posted by dontreally
I think there has to be a balance between individual and central control.
The minor issues in the hands of the people, while more central issues dealt with by the central government.
Centralization is a natural and perhaps necessary aspect of social evolution; but not to the degree that the Commis/nazis and the rest of those socialists recommend(to our own detriment). Centralization needs to be controlled and managed ie; the US constitution.
As for Alex Jones "Not making connections between the globalists and Israel". First, i agree, Alex Jones is an egent provocatuer. Second, i disagree, he often makes connections between Jews and Aryans as the two main groups which dominate the structure. If anything, Alex Jones incites anti-semitism, albeit, very subtly, by "establishing" this makeshift connection as if it were the foundation of their control.
The system is ruled by a philosophy and ethos, Gnostic and Pagan in nature (ie; See Plato Republic, which our leaders evidently agree with and are avidly seeking) which opposes traditional judeo-christian ethics and morality, and so the Jews involved in this structure are hardly Jews in the traditional sense.
Israel, additionally, is no 'mastermind' and anyone who suggests that i tend to be suspicious of. To isolate and localize this issue to just one party in particular - ie; Israel, while ignoring the much bigger fishes ie; the anglo-american establishment, Germany, the Vatican, Russia, is incredibly naive and needlessly prejudice.