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Because sometimes, the messenger is the problem, not the message.
Let me guess; you believe the official WTC 7 explanation. Yup, your avatar is quit fitting, because you'd have to believe in the fairy god mother to believe the official story of 9/11.
I don't understand people's beef with Alex Jones? Yes, he's a loud mouth self promoting fear mongering attention whore.
But his message is the same message that is espoused here at ATS by thousands of people who don't buy into the 9/11 official story, who believe that Ron Paul is being censored and that elections are rigged, that Monsanto and GMO foods are dangerous, and that government is inherently corrupt.
Why attack the messenger if the message is something you agree with?
Originally posted by rebellender
reply to post by PageAlaCearl
when was the last time the United States was at war with Iran?
Originally posted by Kyprian
I'll say this much about Alex Jones. For good or ill, whether or not he's right, wrong or indifferent, he's got this much going for him. Thanks to him and his documentaries, people who otherwise wouldn't give two shakes about 9/11 truth or secret goings on have begun to start investigating for themselves, or at leats thinking about what may really be going on in this effed up world of ours. So for that reason alone, I won't pour dislike on him. Won't necessarily listen to him either, but hey...
Ed Asner's divorce from wife Cindy Asner has been finalized The divorce documents reveal that Asner must pay $6k per month in spousal support until either Cindy or Ed dies. The court docs also state that, "Cindy shall receive 30% of anything Ed earns on a gross basis in excess of $300k per year and a maximum of $500,000 per year."
Cindy was also given the couples former Studio City home.
Originally posted by rebellender
so once again we have something that might happen based on somebody heard something from somebody else, from the desk of Alex Jones.
Seriously? Are you kidding me. I just spent 2hrs at the V.A. office where I was blasted CNN news about some guy pulling a child from presumed Military Sniper fire on civilians in Syria.
FAKE NEWSedit on 14-2-2012 by rebellender because: (no reason given)
wow last time I had nothing good to say about AJ I got an ear full. Glad to see I am in good companyedit on 14-2-2012 by rebellender because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by milkyway12
Navy Seals did not tell any one about a false flag attack. Navy Seals are on the low-end of the stick whether you think they are or not. They don't get information unless it is relevant to that team or hear say ...... a false flag attack wouldn't be passed out enough for Navy Seals to hear about it unless that specific Navy Seal team is assigned to cause the attack and if they are , i promise you , they are monitored and no leaks will occur and if some how they do , that's treason and they will know who leaked at what time , the temperature of your environment , and which piece of hair just fell off your head.
So .. false.
Originally posted by Iamonlyhuman
Interesting. A former actor tells an bad performer something that a member of the navy seals wouldn't even tell their spouses.edit on 14/2/2012 by Iamonlyhuman because: (no reason given)