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
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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