posted on Apr, 21 2012 @ 09:04 PM
reply to post by DigitalKid
Sorry, when he starts name-dropping Alex Jones and the NWO he loses credibility.
He's supposed to be a Police analyst? What does that even mean? What was his job, and why was he needing to "go along" with any government line in
I do believe this is just a guy who worked with the Police, and was suckered in by all the BS people like Alex Jones put out there, and his employers
(perhaps correctly) decided that his mental state was not conducive to his employment.
That in itself is not unusual. I worked with a guy who used to go into three-hour rants at work about the NWO, getting himself so worked up that he'd
contradict himself over and over without skipping a beat. One day he was pulled into the office and told that if it didn't stop he would be asked to
see a psychologist to assess his mental state and ability to work. They were very good about it all, but he was beginning to frighten people.
Something had to be done.
This Tony Farrell is not convincing at all. And while I fully accept that there is a whole lot about 9/11 and 7/7 that does not make sense (I have
read quite a lot of interesting contradictions about 7/7 specifically) and I also believe that those said to be responsible were not all they seem to
be, I cannot take this guy seriously when he says that his opinions have been influenced by someone as nonsensical and consistently nonfactual as
If people want to be taken seriously, they need to do some proper research. They need to come to their conclusions without being ranted at by Alex
Jones and told what to believe. They need to form genuine connections for themselves, find reasons to be suspicious and then tell me why they came to
Telling me "I believe this because I watched some YouTube videos and listened to Alex Jones ranting about the New World Order" just makes him
another ATS member with nothing new to add on the subject and nothing to convince me of anything.