Umm how was she "trying to Provoke alex jones" ?
She asked him a few questions & he answered her in his usual shouting voice.
Put a microphone or a video camera in front of this attention whore and he provokes himself
We didn't ask Alex Jones to come to our country, he chose to. And like the last times he has visited here, he has refused to alter his tone or
behaviour to match the societal norms of the country he is visiting. Why we let him or any of his arrogant compatriots into this country is a mystery.
Alex Jones is a complete and utter joke. The reason (more than likely) the BBC reporter tried to interview him is because Jones tends to cause a scene
wherever he goes, ranting about conspiracies which don't make sense. His Twitter feed shows a few pictures of him standing with police officers (who
he undoubtedly would have tried to alienate and then make ridiculous claims against) as well as him being in the thick of the crowd along with David
Icke. News reporters are there to gain reactions from people and if I was one, I would have tried to speak to Jones and direct him to the nearest
hospital where they could treat him for his mental health.
Jones didn't do himself any favours with his appearance on BBC yesterday- but then neither did the interviewer, Andrew Neill, supposedly a seasoned
professional pulling faces and making "mental" hand signs like a 5 year old.
Not sure why "conspiracy" theorists are demonised- are we saying things like the formation of the EU etc are all just coincidences?
That's about the most subdued I have ever seen Alex Jones! and end of interview. I'm not anti-AJ, often he makes these cretans squirm by just being
there and that's the best way, no eggs, sticks or stones, just his gub. There was no provocation in that interview.
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