42 STUPID Alex Jones PREDICTIONS

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posted on Mar, 4 2012 @ 11:26 PM
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Haha yea he always make sure to get that plug for infowars.com in. If you look up some of the videos of protests and news events he has crashed, any time someone bests him in an argument or asks him to quiet down he just screams infowars.com over and over again. And yet people will still defend him saying "oh thats just his personality that should effect how you view his info". Well I for one will hold back from trusting a screaming man child who uses those type of response when he gets bested




posted on Mar, 5 2012 @ 05:07 AM
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Yeah, and on top of that.... what use is screaming at a protest anyway?

How can you fight a so-called "technological dictatorship" by getting really angry with a bullhorn?



posted on Mar, 5 2012 @ 05:11 AM
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The man is very intelligent, and he makes good points on many things. But, he also exaggerates things, and he also talks non-stop about four hours a day. Anyone that talks more than a few words is going to end up being wrong about something, including you and me. So it is kind of obvious that from the amount of talking he does he is going to be making a lot of mistakes all the time. That is why I think it is not good to do a talk-show. There is no way getting around saying something wrong when you talk for more than a few moments. I don't know anyone anywhere that can avoid it.



posted on Mar, 5 2012 @ 12:48 PM
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Originally posted by SubAce
The man is very intelligent, and he makes good points on many things. But, he also exaggerates things, and he also talks non-stop about four hours a day. Anyone that talks more than a few words is going to end up being wrong about something, including you and me. So it is kind of obvious that from the amount of talking he does he is going to be making a lot of mistakes all the time. That is why I think it is not good to do a talk-show. There is no way getting around saying something wrong when you talk for more than a few moments. I don't know anyone anywhere that can avoid it.


I can't believe you just typed that...

A few mistakes...? LOL... Can't you tell this guy doesn't believe his own nonsense? The entire show is a parody. It's kind of like when 6 year old kids haven't figured out that wrestling is fake.



posted on Mar, 5 2012 @ 04:56 PM
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First I want to apologize for going a little off topic. But I had something happen at work today that is just weird and as it has to do with Alex Jones I though you all would be able to explain as my internet searches have brought me nowhere. I work at a large call center (inbound calls only - so not telemarketing) and while I live in Canada, the company is European and the client I work on behalf of is a large (ok huge) US company... any way I received a phone call and the only thing that came through was a recording of one of Alex Jones' speeches. I didn't pay a lot of attention to what the recording was about - but I can say it was a typical Alex Jones rant. As the number I work is purely a "within company" number and is limited to about 1000 people given the number I was taken aback by the call. Has anyone heard of this happening? Does Alex Jones have automated phone speeches going out to random numbers and if so... well then it kind of hits home for me the idea that he is working for tptb... thoughts?



posted on Mar, 5 2012 @ 05:06 PM
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Originally posted by nfldtater
I received a phone call and the only thing that came through was a recording of one of Alex Jones' speeches.

Does Alex Jones have automated phone speeches going out to random numbers and if so... well then it kind of hits home for me the idea that he is working for tptb... thoughts?


It's one of 2 things

(1) Jones has a phone system you can phone into to listen to his radio show.. So, it was probably some guy listening over the phone.

(2) Someone was playing it over the phone for whatever reason..... This is not proof that he works for the powers-that-be.

If you want proof, I would consider his media connections, and the fact that he's tied in with Hollywood and big money, in his own words.

This is a video where Jones says he's establishment.

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posted on Mar, 5 2012 @ 05:15 PM
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Any publicity is good publicity.
(also There's no such thing as bad publicity.) saying
Definition
said to emphasize that it is better that something receives bad publicity than no publicity at all

- Cambridge dictionaries online
dictionary.cambridge.org...

yep a terrible arguement

when you get ron paul or bob chapman or steve pachenic(sp) or some of the great callers on your radio show I'll give it a listen too....

say..where are those wmds in iraq?

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posted on Mar, 5 2012 @ 08:58 PM
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Not sure if your being sarcastic or not but certainly screaming may have its use in protests (although can you imagine how creepy a major protest would be if they did nothing but just stare haha) it usually helps to have a coherent message. I mean when he followed Michelle Malkin around he just asked her questions and when anyone would respond he would start screaming random phrases over them.

But your right its hard to fight the global eugenicists world bank police state powers that be, without a bullhorn. It is admitted mainline history that the Rockefellers have a strange genetic mutation that makes them susceptible to certain frequencies. Through his tireless research and discernment skills Alex has determined this frequency can only be reached by shouting infowars.com through a bullhorn



posted on Mar, 5 2012 @ 09:14 PM
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Originally posted by Danbones


Any publicity is good publicity.
(also There's no such thing as bad publicity.) saying
Definition
said to emphasize that it is better that something receives bad publicity than no publicity at all

- Cambridge dictionaries online
dictionary.cambridge.org...

yep a terrible arguement

when you get ron paul or bob chapman or steve pachenic(sp) or some of the great callers on your radio show I'll give it a listen too....

say..where are those wmds in iraq?

edit on 5-3-2012 by Danbones because: (no reason given)


First of all, just because something is a saying doesnt make it true. If that saying was true John Woo would be on his way to be president right now and the movie Jack and Jill would be nominated for 30 Oscars. Pointing out how wrong Alex Jones is drives many people away from him, and the fans it does bring him have room temp IQ's and are looking for another cult to join after that last one didnt work out. Besides, if they werent gunna chuck their money towards those infowars.com bumper stickers and that stylish new cap it would be going to other items off QVC.

As for Alex having good guests, he does every once in a while but he just talks over them so besides Celenete and Bob Chapman they very rarely go on his show that often. And AJ and his fans need to stop this whole charade that they have a special relationship with Ron Paul. Yes, he has been on the show but it isnt very often and when he does go on its a quick blurb. Alex Jones acts like they are best friend, and the other day he actually credited himself with getting Rand Paul to run for Congress. Im sure thats news to everyone.

Finally that WMD arguement is just dumb....Im not sure if AJ said anything about, but even if he did its because whatever the govt says (no matter how reasonable) he just says the opposite. Its not because he had proof. And besides no one here is supporting the WMD's in Iraq story anyway



posted on Mar, 7 2012 @ 06:06 AM
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Bob Chapman isn't credible. He predicted $3200 gold by February 2012.

And in the video in this thread, he predicted a national draft after the 2008 US elections.



posted on Mar, 7 2012 @ 09:51 PM
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My bad I shoulda been more clear....i meant to say that him and Gerald Celente are like the only people that will regularly go on AJ's show.....and Celente predicted either a bank holiday by now or that economic marshal law would be in place



posted on Mar, 10 2012 @ 07:16 PM
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Oh lordly another lets hate on Alex Jones thread and worship Rush Limbaugh, listen I don't care what the OP thinks about Alex Jones because the man has done more good than bad in my opinion. Sure I don't believe everything he has to say but a large amount of the information he gives out turns out to be valid . He's taught me so much about the banks and the world that I feel even if he is wrong once and awhile SO WHAT?! Does it really matter if he predicts wrong on certain things? No ones perfect it's better to be wrong once a while because I'd hate to see the world how it would be.

Haters Gonna Hate.
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posted on Mar, 17 2012 @ 10:39 AM
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well to be unbiased it does not show him saying that all of this is going to happen, you have to listen to his wording.



posted on Mar, 17 2012 @ 11:34 AM
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Originally posted by foood4thought

Originally posted by SubAce
The man is very intelligent, and he makes good points on many things. But, he also exaggerates things, and he also talks non-stop about four hours a day. Anyone that talks more than a few words is going to end up being wrong about something, including you and me. So it is kind of obvious that from the amount of talking he does he is going to be making a lot of mistakes all the time. That is why I think it is not good to do a talk-show. There is no way getting around saying something wrong when you talk for more than a few moments. I don't know anyone anywhere that can avoid it.


I can't believe you just typed that...

A few mistakes...? LOL... Can't you tell this guy doesn't believe his own nonsense? The entire show is a parody. It's kind of like when 6 year old kids haven't figured out that wrestling is fake.





I can't believe what you are saying.
I think Alex Jones totally believes in what he says on the show.

Just because the man rants and raves, which I know the majority of listeners can't stand. He does wake people up and as I've said before. He tells more truths than the criminal media we have on TV, Radio and Newspapers.


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posted on Mar, 17 2012 @ 12:13 PM
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Yeah, i´ve tried to listen to him ONCE, couldn´t go on more than two minutes.
His way of presenting stuff is just too much for me, don´t care what he has to say.
Shouting like your trying to force yourself to get an aneurysm just ain´t the way
to get people to pay attention to you. Or at least not in my case.
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posted on Mar, 17 2012 @ 12:22 PM
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just a compilation of raw data, use it as you wish or don't, geez how hard is that to understand.



posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 01:50 PM
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This guy is legit. damn!

Staged biological attack on the US, Killing 50% of its population. Really? wow.



posted on Mar, 19 2012 @ 11:50 AM
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A typical day at Infowars.com

Obama Executive ‘Order’: US can seize any person, any resource, any time

COMMENTOR:
FreeinTX says:
March 19, 2012 at 9:03 am
THIS IS DIS-INFO GARBAGE!
From the ariticle;
“President Obama signed an Executive Order for “National Defense” yesterday that claims executive authority to seize all US resources and persons, including during peacetime, for self-declared “national defense.”
The EO claims power to place any American into military or “allocated” labor use(analysis here and here).”
Yet, when you go to “here and here” you read a bunch of BABBLE! Statements are taken WAY OUT OF CONTEXT and are bent to insinuate things that are just not true!
For example, in the ATS (which is a dis-info site that routinely hates on Alex Jones) article it states, “On Friday, March 16, Barack Obama signed the “National Defense Resources Preparedness” Executive Order, authorizing his administration to begin “under both emergency and non-emergency conditions,” … ” to employ persons of outstanding experience and ability without compensation,” and to retain other individuals and organizations with specialized knowledge or abilities, or otherwise important to the adminstration.”
It highlights, “without compensation” and suggests that the President or his Scretaries can force people to work without pay, but that is NOT what the EO says at all! The EO says,
“Sec. 502. Consultants. The head of each agency otherwise delegated functions under this order is delegated the authority of the President under sections 710(b) and (c) of the Act, 50 U.S.C. App. 2160(b), (c), to employ persons of outstanding experience and ability without compensation and to employ experts, consultants, or organizations. The authority delegated by this section may not be redelegated.”
If you read 710(b) and (c) of the Act, 50 U.S.C. App. 2160(b), (c), you can CLEARLY SEE that it is talking about VOLUNTEERS and people within their areas of expertise being used, without officially being employed by the US government, for a short period of time.
It is NOT about forcing people to work, or using prison labor for anything. Further, if you read the EO in context, you see that what the EO is doing, is re-delegating the Presidential authority to use 710(b) and (c) of the Act, 50 U.S.C. App. 2160(b), (c), to offices underneath the President. Before, only the President could do it, now a Secretary in his cabinet can do it without needing to go to the President first. And BTW, the President has had this power, under 710(b) and (c) of the Act, 50 U.S.C. App. 2160(b), (c), since 1950, when it was PASSED BY CONGRESS!
Don’t get me wrong, this EO is troublesome in that it delegates Presidential authority to literally dozens of people with no accountability to anyone, but it does NOT claim the ability to do anything that they cannot already do.
It is further troublesome that attention is again being given to the Selective Service (draft) and its Secretary is given more resources to develop a new way of drafting people, should a draft order be given, which has NOT been done within this EO, as insisted by Turberville in his analysis.
I think EO’s are unconstitutional, and I believe that the authorities of the President can NOT be delegated to his lowers on his own authority, but this is not the same as suggesting that the President has control over everything.
DON’T BELIEVE THE HYPE on this one!

BTW: Alex last week bashed and accused George Clooney of being "evil" "fake" etc. etc. I just noticed on the website that his guest today will be Dick Gregory, who was with Clooney when they were arrested for the protest. Can wait to see how Alex dances around and does a 180. Because when it comes to celebrity, he ALWAYS sucks up, without fail or exception.
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posted on Mar, 19 2012 @ 07:42 PM
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I wasn't aware that Alex Jones had so many detractors until I started reading some of the comments on this site. Personally, I think he is doing us a favor by allowing people to voice their opinions on theories, regardless of whether the opinion is true or not. I personally don't believe everything I hear, but if it makes sense, I might do research on it to ascertain for myself as to whether or not it matters. There are many popular theories that I do not believe in, but I do know the JFK death was the result of a conspiracy. I knew that from the beginning, because I remember how JFK was implementing policies that made him unpopular with the so-called "Power Elite". There were 4 headshots, for example : two fired using sabots (plastic sleeves over the bullets), one hit him in the back and did not pass through, one hit him in the throat from the front and did not pass through, then, almost simultaneously,one from the rear and one from the front, neither of which used sabots, thus not losing compression / velocity / inertia, and tore his head to pieces - one of which Jackie was retrieving and presented to a Parkland Doctor. Thank God for all those who do NOT oppose Free Speech! As for Alex, the only thing I don't care for, is that he does have an irritating voice, but at least he helps us find things to research. Thank You!



posted on Mar, 19 2012 @ 07:54 PM
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I couldn't help but laugh when I read that you think wrestling is fake. What IS fake about it, is the Match-ups. For example, grudge matches, etc. Those people all go to dinner together, and are all there for the entertainment of the public. ANYONE can fake anger, and that's what they do. But, if you think the moves are fake, then ask one of them to body-slam you and then tell us it doesn't hurt. Have you ever been hit across the head with a folding chair? Thank God, I haven't, but I KNOW it would hurt, and THAT IS NOT fake!





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