Monday, July 1, 2013

Alex Jones Goes Ape

    One of the interesting things about Alex Jones is that he reminds me of a very bad used car salesman.  To me, he sounds like he has gargled with Drano and his presentments are always suspect.  He was interviewed by the BBC which was the looniest interview I've ever seen.  This was material one would expect on Saturday Night Live.  This was a barrage of stupidity that a seasoned newscaster should never have  exposed himself.  However, true to form, he made himself to look like a complete idiot and unable to control his emotions.
     So, what really happened?  Some say that Jones was set up by the BBC and Jones fell into the trap.  Others say, that this was a deliberate move to make conspiracy watchers look like kooks.  Either way, Jones did a good job at compromising the efforts of those people who are attempting to get at the truth on so many issues, and this outburst really looked like he just did this on purpose.

Government as a satanic cult

If you have read this blog for any length of time, you will know that I think that government and religion as we know them today, are founded upon the principles of Satan, Lucifer, or the Devil.  Whatever you want to call evil, government and religion are at the center of it.  The evidence is the complete destruction of civilization and the complete disregard for the natural law.  And if you have read my article called: Two-Fingered Finger, you will come to understand that these occultists will openly identify themselves.  In the case of Alex Jones, he has been photographed giving the two-fingered finger. I know, some of you may think because he is in Austin, Texas, that he's a Texas longhorn.  But this hand signal has been used by other so-called "conservatives."  There are many political leaders who just love to give us the two-fingered finger.  Frankly, I appreciate the disclosure because now I know that I don't have to listen to anything that they say.  I am so tired of being lied to and I don't think it is an accident that the whole political system is so far to the left Joseph Stalin.  Karl Marx would be proud.

Is Alex Jones controlled opposition?

I don't know the man but based solely upon what I hear on his show, I would have to suspect that it is a possibility.  The problem is with our system of "democracy" that there is no political opposition to the established new world order.  If there was, we would be not so far down the road to hell as we are now.  Some of Jones' inflammatory remarks could start a lot of trouble.  He's another one who is all show and no go.  I'll leave it up to the reader to decide, but just watching his mannerisms leads me to believe that he is a flake.  And I think that his bizarre performance on the BBC was intentional to make people who seek out the truth look like a bunch of lunatics.  To that end, he did a great job.

Walter Allen Thompson has a new book called Natural Law: The True Supreme Law of the Land


  1. AnonymousJuly 02, 2013

    "And I think that his bizarre performance on the BBC was intentional to make people who seek out the truth look like a bunch of lunatics" You nailed it.

  2. AnonymousJuly 02, 2013

    Jones is a Trotskyite Communist: controlled opposition. His people joined the tea party rallies and tried to convert the peaceful rally into a racist mob. Fortunately, no one bit.

  3. I've long thought Jones is, shall we say, suspect? The reason I say that is this: the headlines to his articles say one thing, but the articles themselves say something else. I recall something he wrote about Alan Dershowitz, the radical Harvard Law professor. Ever since I read that Jones piece on Dershowitz, I have been leery to buy in to what he says.

    The article in question was written right after 9/11, and the headline was that Dershowitz favored torture. However, when you got into the article itself and READ what Dershowitz said, that wasn't the case at all. Dershowitz said that, after 9/11, he could understand why some might want to use torture; he then went on to say that, if we did that, then tight controls should be placed on the practice; for example, he said that special torture warrants could and should be used, that they'd be signed by a judge, etc. When you got into the article itself, it was clear that Dershowitz wasn't at all endorsing the practice of torture; rather, he said that he could understand WHY, in the light of 9/11, folks would be in favor of it, and that the practice should be tightly controlled-if it were done at all.

  4. "Jones" is also, clearly, BILL HICKS!! His house is a house of cards. FEAR monger from the get-go. (Despite him having some true Christians on his show...) Beware.