posted on Dec, 1 2012 @ 12:29 AM
In reply to your question, I think you have to choose for yourself what you believe or not. I would encourage you to separate his deliver style from
his message, and his opinions and conclusions from the facts he presents.
Alex couragously went into Bohemian Grove with a camera and showed us all that weird and strange ceremony they carry out there. He was thus able to
awaken some of us to the reality of collusion among the leaders of countries and corporations, which stunned me when I first saw it. It left me with
a feeling that there was some sick and twisted stuff going on.
We have to give credit where credit is due. He also showed us FEMA camps and although we don't know for sure for what and when they will be used, we
can't deny the existence of fusion centers and the downgrading of freedoms since 9/11, something he has been talking and even shouting about. I
believe he was the first to expose the Bilderberg gatherings.
So while many like to denigrate him for whatever reason, he does have some accomplishents that are responsible for awakening people to collusive
planning among business and government leaders. His style has not always been pleasant or easy to take, and I'm sure it has affected his blood
vessels, but we are free to choose how his messages affect us. We can believe, disbelieve or remain skeptical.
And don't forget, he was shouting into the camera at the government at the very same moment that all the mass media was meeting in the powder room
fluffing up yet another Paris Hilton piece for those people foolish enough to still consider them the bringers of news. So to me Alex was the much
needed counterbalance to the mass media's avoiding factual reporting of anything at all worthwhile.
Personally when I saw that we were being lied to by government and deceived on a massive scale, it was nice to know that I was not alone in thinking
that, and that if the government was even slightly afraid in any measure of the people, then I credit Alex as the the rallyer for a time.
What Alex makes in a year is of no interest to me. I think he tries to make an honest living and I would not like to be in his shoes for all the
money in the world.
Whether to believe him or not? Look at what he presents. Look at the facts he shows and separate that from his opinions and conclusions. I don't
always come to the same conclusions as him, but the documents he presents are after all documents.
Bill Clinton said Alex serves a useful purpose, and who is to say Alex has not caused some of those dark characters to hold off on some plans.