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Is Alex Jones a CIA agent?

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posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 10:40 AM
it is also entirely possible that he is completely legitimate, has been driven half mad by the things he has seen, and the only reason he is not dead, is because bodies draw attention, and the audience he serves knows how the powers that be operate, and would never accept "heart attack" or "suicide" as an explanation. better to have a living irritant, than a dead martyr.

posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 01:46 AM

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posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 08:50 PM
It has become very popular to hate Alex Jones, actually I would say that it has become a meme. All I ever see is conjecture, edited audio to make him look bad, and flat-out nonsense

where's the proof that he's a CIA agent?

A lot of people like to use the example of him blurting out that the arabs control hollywood. Actually, arabs do invest in hollywood

Oh and of course, the number one meme associated with alex jones: He's a fearmonger! No, he's not. The things he talks about are scary, theres no getting around that. Big deal, we live in a very scary world. If you study other tyrannical governments throughout history, and you observe what is going on in this country, you better damn well be scared. I was freaked out at first after I woke up. I went thru my Neo episode but I got through it

Alex isn't trying to scare you for the hell of it. He's essentially telling you that your house is on fire and you better do something about it. But he's trying to sell you things! Oh, like all his movies which are free on youtube and he supports the fact that they are free?

Have you ever noticed the set he used to work on back when he first started compared to now? Theres a world of difference. He's running a very professional studio now and he's hired dozens of people that he has to pay. Where do you think the money comes from? People buying his stuff, the ad money, etc. Ooooh capitalism, so evil
what are you guys, a bunch of socialists? who cares if he's making money? This is like stupid kids screaming "sellout!!!" when a band gets signed to a big label or something. As if they should scrape by their whole lives. grow up

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posted on Dec, 12 2012 @ 07:58 AM
I think people like Alex Jones seem pretty shady. There's just something that isn't quite right about the guy. I haven't watched him too closely or seen too many of his videos.

On the whole, Infowars seems semi-legit. There seems to be a lot of stuff that comes from Infowars that is useful for trying to piece things together whether it's entirely accurate or not. You just have to keep the "trust no one 100%" rule in mind no matter what. Listen to what they have to say. See if it makes any sense at all in the grand scheme of things. Decide if it sounds plausible. Ask yourself if there are inconsistencies with other things you know or have heard.

I've noticed that a lot of times, things you read and hear in the conspiracy realm seem to be half truths. Like someone is trying to confuse you by giving you half the truth but mixing it with a bunch of obvious BS that no sane person would believe. If you can deduce the rest of the truth and put it together with the half you already have and figure out which parts don't belong, you might have something.

Overall, the idea that Jones may be somehow involved with the CIA does not seem entirely outside of the realm of possibility to me.
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posted on Dec, 12 2012 @ 12:15 PM
One thing's for sure.

He won't touch UFOs, or classified tech with a 10-foot pole...

...just sayin'...

posted on Dec, 12 2012 @ 05:51 PM
reply to post by AllenBishop

I think that's a valid point... I don't know if it makes him a disinfo agent but it's interesting to me that he mostly stays away from UFOs and such, which from my research there is a vast amount of evidence to support something going on there.

I, like other posters, am a regular listener to the AJ Show. I listen because he's the only one on the radio talking about the issues and subjects I find pertinent (besides c2c). Every one in the mainstream seems only interested in blaming the latest bad guy (Obama) and won't touch the true nefarious activities of people within our government and the world of business. I heard Mark Levin praising JP Morgan last week as a great capitalist and Limbaugh blaming the '08 collapse on Obama before he was in office because employers knew "Obamacare" was coming.... When you know the truth, how much crazy talk is THAT?!

I myself take everthing with a grain of salt, you must do your own research and corroborate different sources. The main thing is people like AJ and Dr. Ron Paul are speaking out against the global elite, people who have maintained anonymity for centuries, and preaching the Constitution, it's hard not to support that. However, we know it's true there are constant psy ops and mass manipulation going on and truthfully you can't trust anything really unless you came upon it empirically which is hard to do. I look at people like Glenn Beck, Limbaugh, and the like as true agents of this agenda though we know that controlling the opposition is absolutely a goal of these evil people.

Michael Aquino, who is CIA, US Army, and a very connected man who created the Temple of Set, an offshoot of the Church of Satan, talks of information war and their stated goals. They want to train and condition people to feel hopeless and render them powerless so we must ask ourselves, is the info and actions of Jones and others helping achieve this agenda? I suppose some may end up feeling this way, but I myself feel empowered by information I've come to know as true and although it's scary I have a profound optimism concerning the human race.

They want us paranoid and untrusting of each other, as well. If I had to say it aloud, I'd admit these people seem to be winning and succeeding at their goals so they must be doing something right. But as far as the topic at hand, I want to trust Jones but there is certainly a loud voice in my head telling me to be weary of him. He's just one source of info in a sea of them, you must find the truth yourself. No one will hand it to you.

posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 07:40 PM
reply to post by r2d246

I cant say if Alex Jones is or isnt a CIA agent,

I can say as a former hard core Jones'ian,

at the end of my being a fan of Jones I was very suspicious of him.

People have to realize you can be with the Illuminati and not be a CIA agent or whatever you want to call it.

I believe there are levels of involvement.

So, while I dont think he is a CIA agent, i do think he is now connected to the Illuminati,

his V campaign was riddled with occult crap;

posted on Dec, 21 2012 @ 04:36 PM
My theory about whistleblower info is that the higher-ups will let it pass as long as they know we won't be able to use the knowledge against them. Plus, it's not like conspiracy theorists don't already have a reputation for being off their rocker to begin with. People will keep conspiracy believers in line through the power of peer pressure.

posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 08:30 PM
I don't know if he is involved with the 'bad' guys or not but it seems that to these people it's just a game.
As long as you play by the (their) rules they let you live. They might start to harass you though, if you see them they see you. Thats why Alex Jones said many times that if he gets classified information het throws it away immediately without looking at it.

posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 08:37 PM

AJ is not a CIA agent.

posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 09:36 PM
Unless any of you people have more than you're personal opinion about Alex Jones I will remain a fan of him. He may come off as an alarmist but in reality he is just trying to get people outraged and take action. If people were not a little outraged they would never bother to take action. Provide legitimate evidence and I will consider this claim. In reality Alex Jones has done a great job waking up and informing the public to threats tyranny and corruption.
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posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 09:45 PM
More like a paid informant...NWO shill who keeps track of the callers for TPTB most likely (while being the controlled opposition).

posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 10:10 PM
i listened to him a few times lately and this is my take (i'd dissect it with associated clips, but i think you can just listen yourself and draw your own conclusions)

he's all over the board. for example--

he supports the military and warns them how this administration plans on destroying them.
he talks about how the military is evil and part of the administration to lead us all into slavery/

he supports the police and warns them how this administration plans on destroying them.
he talks about how the police are evil and part of the administration to lead us all into slavery/

etc etc ETC. (name a high profile group and he's probably both supported and vilified them)

so my theory is, that either he doesn't have enough time to explain that it's only certain members in each of
those groups that are the problem/potential problem
it's designed to draw you into the fold, no matter what group you identify with.

i don't know if that's just a way to glean customers or if it's being used to consolidate anti new world order people into a database, or to legitimately warn these groups that they need to be aware of the shenanigans certain groups use to bring down power structures in countries, such as keep them accusing each other till they rise up
and murder each other over even the slightest infractions.

he's a confusing guy.
the other problem is: it's fear fear fear fear fear.
there's a healthy amount of fear, and then there's raving, driving, pounding fear. alex occassionally lapses into the raving, driving, pounding fear. not sure that's good for him or anybody else.

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posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 02:23 PM
Alex Jones is working on a New Contest with a $100K Prize...Contestants have to "register" directly with Infowars by filling out and signing a form. First, that prize seems about 20x the average size of an Infowars prize which makes me suspicious as to who is funding it. Secondly, the "sign up-registration" process is a good way to get the names of those who are actively protesting the government. Does anyone else feel that this is all suspicious?

posted on Jan, 6 2013 @ 03:34 AM
reply to post by r2d246

I have always thought about this, I thought of something different though such as him being a part of the government CIA team but of a different field.

posted on Jan, 6 2013 @ 04:02 AM
I don't trust him because he won't talk rationally about the Old Testament and the Jewish people. He seems to be the guy that talks to the frog, telling the frog fascinating stories, taking up the frog's time as the water gets hotter and hotter. He tells you what he wants his team to do to you before they do it. Like Rush Limbaugh, Michael Savage and Glenn Beck.

posted on Jan, 6 2013 @ 06:32 AM
I'm not sure about Alex. I dont' think he's some sort of agent, but honestly, I don't know. Here are some scenarios that could be what is the deal with him, these are all hypothetical, but all are possible.

A. Alex is a CIA disinfo agent, by using his crazy mannerism and voice, he is feeding the "tin foil hat" stereotypes, therefore causing others to be ignored or discredited.

B. He is the real deal, and his demeanor and emotion is a direct result of being fearful of the things he has learned, but is trying his best to fulfill his duties as a journalist and get the information out.

C. He is just crazy, and although he believes what he says, it is not true, just the mad rants of a mentally disturbed man.

D. He was sincere when he began, but was bought out by TPTB.

Here are some hypothetical scenarios as to why he hasn't been "taken out".

A. He is an agent and doing his job.

B. He is the real deal, and is honest, but is much to high profile for his death to just be accepted as and "accident" or 'natural causes."

C. He is a crazy crackpot and is allowed to do what he does to further discredit other "truthers".

D. After being bought out, was allowed not to be "silenced", but rather was allowed to continue, but only covering information that really doesn't matter, so as to keep "truthers" from learning the important facts.

Me personally, I think it's the "B" option, but that's neither here nor there as far as your opinions go on the subject.

posted on Jan, 6 2013 @ 07:58 AM
Why won't Alex Jones address the rumors of him being CIA or a shill?

Has he? That would make things easier..

posted on Jan, 6 2013 @ 08:07 AM

Originally posted by LadyMachiatto
Alex Jones is too high profile to get rid of. They'd never do it.

I have to agree he seems nuts sometimes, but that's what happens when you wake up. Those of you who are awakened: are you sane? Hahaha not I.

But in all seriousness, Alex is not working for them, that's preposterous. And hating him, discrediting him, and calling him a crackpot? Sounds kind of like following the flock....just sayin


"They" got rid of JFK

"They" got rid of Martin Luther King

"They" got rid of John Lennon

"They" got rid of Bobby Kennedy

"They" got rid of William Cooper the story goes anyway, why would "They" leave Jones alone?

As far as my personal experience goes it is his listeners and fans who "follow the flock", when I question Jones's motives, sources or spin to his fans that I know it is usually met with howls of objections, dull one liner rhetoric and polarized awake/asleep ranting.

Jones had the neck to call Icke the "turd in the punchbowl" yet he's the one who continuously fills it with "you're all gonna die" flavored urine(how many times in 2012 did Jones 'predict' war, death, terror??? Short memories abound in his fanbase methinks)

As for his listener-ship: "If 50 million people say a foolish thing, is it still a foolish thing?" I know my answer.

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posted on Jan, 6 2013 @ 08:21 AM
reply to post by Taurt

The truth is Alex Jones comes out with a lot of good information regularly, and faster then any other media site.

He clearly pushes certain points more honestly and direct at times. You can tell if you listen long enough what hes doing. He lies obviously at times and then he will switch into a more serious mode where he is getting his real point across. Aside from people calling into the show that he pays and some of his more insane rants, he is actually overall a good person.

Logic people, its about content, why is are you people afraid of what other people think of you by supporting AJ? I have heard Icke say some things i am personally like, "Holy #" that is a good idea.

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