posted on May, 8 2012 @ 11:37 AM
Okay, this is odd to me... I love to listen to Alex, and I understand he has to hold his tounge a bit because he's the most famous person in
alternative media, and some people think he is a 'controlled opposition'... that is possible, but if he is part of a darker plot, I believe he
either doesn't know it, or he's in direct denial of it, because he's far too passionate about what he does to be conscience and aware of that
possibility... or, maybe he's not linked with the elite at all. I don't know for sure, and I won't act like I do... What I do know is that he makes
a LOT more sense than anyone I've ever heard on T.V. and he brings a lot of deep issues to light, that's why I listen to him.
However, while he refrences the elite politics and bankers as the Illuminati, I've never heard him speak about the links between the societies that
were around before the Illuminati that merged with them before they ever reached America. Freemasonry has been around for centuries, and one third of
our Constitution signers were Freemasons, along with a handful of our presidents. Freemasonry is a direct target for conspiracy theories, because they
function on secrecy and have been caught in, not only ordinary crimes back in the day, but they've been connected with every major historic event to
take place since before America was founded, and while America was developing. Later, when Adam Weishaupt founded the Illuminati in Bavaria, who's
original goal was to abolish religion, governments, and all Christian customs in order to build a new world from the ashes of the old flawed one,
merged with the Knights Templar, who were also banished from their original land. This organisation merged with Freemasonry in order to survive after
they were no longer allowed in their country of origin, then shortly after, America was founded, and over time, it became the country we know
Alex focuses primarilly on current events, which is a great thing, but I've never heard him talk about the history of the secret society that is,
today, the wealthy Illuminati.
He could be very well aware that he touches on sensitive topics, and dipping into the history of secret societies might be too much (he does have a
family to worry about, after all), or it's possible that he doesn't know all the history of how they're connected, or perhaps he doesn't see the
history of the secret societies as an important issue compared to the current events of the elite.
I'm not bashing him by any means, I think he's a pretty brilliant person, but this is the only thing about him that really bothers me. He speaks
openly about the current activities of the elite, but not the history of it... there are a lot of possible reasons for this...
What do you think?