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ATS, Your Reaction To Alex Jones Is Ignorant and Disrespectful

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posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 01:19 AM
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The reaction the recent BBC Alex Jones interview has seen has shown me that the vast majority of the posters on ATS lack the ability of critical, out of the box thinking. What are you guys doing??!!

Yes, the BBC intended to set him off to make him look bad, but please tune in to Reality FM because there is a much bigger point at issue.

Whilst everyone sits behind their computers, slagging Jones off, remember that for almost 20 years, this man has been out there researching and working to expose the global conspiracy. He has many times exposed stuff well ahead of his time. Ask yourself, what are you doing to help matters other than ridiculing Jones and David Icke while you are at it?

He knows where this world is headed, that is why he gets so damn angry, because he sees the path we are on and it saddens him to see how so many people don't know the truth, unaware of the future they or their children potentially face.

I give him huge credit for going on the MSM and trying his best to expose the truth. I also understand why he gets so angry, because the people interviewing him are either truly clueless pompous idiots or they are acting dumb in order to make 'conspiracy theorists' look crazy. It is understandable how frustrating this is.

Before the interview, Jones sat there watching a massive hit piece undermining 'conspiracy theorists', he was right to get angry with the pompous idiots he was sharing the room with, Jones is out there standing up for us, watch the ENTIRE thing again and see how the two men tag team Jones by ridiculing him, not many people would be able to keep their cool under these circumstances-



Jones was told to 'shut it' twice before he went off the rail.



If it wasn't for the likes of Alex Jones and David Icke, many of us would still be in the dark about what is going on in this world, bear this mind as we accelerate into the NWO. These men deserve our respect, not ridicule-





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posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 01:34 AM
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Alex, is that you?


In all seriousness though, he isn't trying very hard to bring truth to the people when he goes on the MSM. How do i know? Well for starters, he should be able to acknowledge how the way in which he acts impacts the rest of us. He should have known that from his last performance on CNN. Going nuts like that does not do any services in trying to give people information...they will just write you off as crazy...

Secondly, he is always throwing in Infowars.com whenever he gets the chance. Now i know he needs to make money, and i know it is his site, but if he wants to sound truly credible and sane, he should use a lot more sources than just inforwars, and he should stop stating the name after nearly every sentence. People heard him the first time...

I do have to give him credit for remaining calm that long though. I would have gotten pissed if i was getting interviewed in that manner too. But still, his acts are inexcusable. He is an adult for crying out loud. He acts like a child.
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posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 01:36 AM
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I completed agreed until you put AJ in the same category as David Icke. Alex does not dabble in reptilian shape shifting. 2 different of conspiracy theorists all though they got together at Bilderberg.



posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 01:39 AM
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Originally posted by daaskapital
Alex, is that you?


In all seriousness though, he isn't trying very hard to bring truth to the people when he goes on the MSM. How do i know? Well for starters, he should be able to acknowledge how the way in which he acts impacts the rest of us. He should have known that from his last performance on CNN. Secondly, he is always throwing in Infowars.com whenever he gets the chance. Now i know he needs to make money, and i know it is his site, but if he wants to sound truly credible and sane, he should use a lot more sources than just inforwars, and he should stop stating the name after nearly every sentence. People heard him the first time...

I do have to give him credit for remaining calm that long though. I would have gotten pissed if i was getting interviewed in that manner too. But still, his acts are inexcusable. He is an adult for crying out loud. He acts like a child.


Well, I think it was the interviewer and his tag team partner who had an agenda going into the interview who were acting childish. They used highschool bully tactics, I don't think many would have kept their cool under these circumstances.

Even if Jones makes millions, he is always travelling and working, it is his life to expose the global conspiracy, he has worked damn hard over the years, as has David Icke as well.



posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 01:40 AM
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Alex Jones is so full of hot air I'm not sure how he keeps from floating away. The man is a mental case and isn't doing anything for the "truth" it's all about his bottom line. He claims he's middle class, yet he's a multi-millionaire. He's using peoples paranoia to profit plain and simple. If he was really trying to honestly get a message out his message wouldn't have a price tag hanging off of it.

Sorry I have no sympathy for the lunatic who can't control his own temper and emotions then pulls out his victim card.



posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 01:41 AM
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Originally posted by cass1dy09
I completed agreed until you put AJ in the same category as David Icke. Alex does not dabble in reptilian shape shifting. 2 different of conspiracy theorists all though they got together at Bilderberg.


90% of what they discuss/expose is the same thing.

Icke has a different overall take, but their overall message is the same regarding the global cabal.



posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 02:00 AM
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and you know all this about Alex Jones because you know him on such a personnel level you know exactly what his intentions are. Or are you just speculating?



posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 02:05 AM
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His intentions are quite clear if you pay attention. You always have to visit his site, buy his books, DVDs whatever to get "more information". He profits off of every one of those, so his goal it to drive his profits up, otherwise he would use other venues to get his message out and not just the one's he profits from directly. All he is is a glorified salesman.



posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 02:28 AM
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Originally posted by Wonderer2012
The reaction the recent BBC Alex Jones interview has seen has shown me that the vast majority of the posters on ATS lack the ability of critical, out of the box thinking.


Stop right there young man. Are you saying we need to think out side the box, in order to understand Jones' take on things? Do you really think that is the problem? That we don't get him, or can't understand his passion? And not the other things like.. I dunno, him being a LUNATIC that seems to raise the eyebrows of more than a few people?

I don't know man.. that's pretty naive..

Oo

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posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 02:31 AM
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Originally posted by cass1dy09
I completed agreed until you put AJ in the same category as David Icke. Alex does not dabble in reptilian shape shifting. 2 different of conspiracy theorists all though they got together at Bilderberg.


Hearing them both on his show you get the impression he would dabble in, and indeed push, the reptilian shape shifting agenda if provided with enough incentive.

Or maybe he does draw the lines at wifi cia robots in your dishwasher, reporting back everything you do, type things..

oO
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posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 03:00 AM
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And for 20 years hes made a pretty good living out of "infowars.com", the problem with the guy is he loses his nut too easy and therefore loses credibility. When he interviews someone he butts in all the time which is downright rude, so it is hard for me to take him seriously.
When you consider what these guys talk about and are allowed to talk about on the airwaves openly, it is hard to imagine that the NWO if it exists wouldn't take offence and indeed as he said make good on their threat to kill him.
Which is why I believe he is in on it, and there to discredit conspiracy theorists.



posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 03:06 AM
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Fanboi alert!

LEAVE ALEX JONES ALONE!!!



But seriously my friend, I find it hard to take people like Jones serious when he lies so much.

Would you let your friends and family get away with lying to you all the time?

No?

So why does some loud mouthed lout get a free pass?



posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 03:13 AM
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People these days equate a raised voice and strident self-confidence as insanity.

It's like the "Howard Dean scream" that everyone thought was so off-the-rails crazy but actually wasn't. I don't know what horse tranquilizers people are on that showing emotion is viewed as lunacy, but oh well.



posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 03:22 AM
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Surely we can find someone better to represent the truth seekers.

His conduct in the media is borderline comical. Long winded rants, temper tantrums, and constant infowars references doesn't do conspiracy theorists any favours.
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The problem is the MSM use him as their go to man on all things conspiratorial. There are plenty others who've worked hard to get proof, and they constantly go without credit. All AJ does is read what he's googled.



posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 03:37 AM
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ok i get it, we live in a world were the less money you have the better off you are. I hope I never find anything I want to do as a career and make money doing it. I dont think i could live with myself if I did that



posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 03:47 AM
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It has nothing to do with him making a living. It's about him ALWAYS plugging a way for him to profit for you to get the whole story. If he was really interested in getting his bogus information and predictions out to as many people as possible he'd simply come out with it. Instead he gives you a teaser then sends you off to make him more money to find out the rest. It's the old bait and switch trick. "I have the most important information of your life to tell you, you just have to pay me first"



posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 04:20 AM
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thats funny, ive never paid a dime and heard what he has to say, i wonder how many other people have got the same info without paying



posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 04:28 AM
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If you've gone to infowars you paid him in ad revenue. It's as simple as that. Every hit his site gets is money in his pocket. So yes you paid, maybe indirectly and the money didn't come out of your pocket, but it went into his all the same.

ETA: Same goes for his YouTube channels, podcasts, radio shows, TV shows. He gets paid from all the ad revenue generated by people tuning in.
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posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 04:36 AM
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never been to info wars, i just see what fans and shills alike post here on ats, i gotta say it seems like the shills give him a bunch of publicity. I dont understand why they give a man so much attention that they discredit so much.



posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 04:37 AM
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Originally posted by DocHolidaze
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thats funny, ive never paid a dime and heard what he has to say, i wonder how many other people have got the same info without paying


I first heard about the Bilderberg group through Jon Ronson, the author of "Them". He also did a number of documentaries called "Secret Rulers of the World" . Which are definitely worth a watch if you can track them down.

You have the one where jon Ronson accompanies Jim Tucker to follow Bilderberg in Portugal and another one where Ronson accompanies Alex jones to Boheimien Grove. That's where I first heard about Alex jones.



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