Gulag Bulletin – See: America’s Most Critical Political Issue: Sovereignty
Update shown below and some apt comments by visitors follow
Original post: June 1, 2012, 1:26pm CT
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In my perspective:
While Alex Jones refers to more facts than fallacy or falsity, by a fair counting and sorting through his references, he is at times, quick to hyperbole, and accepts significantly suspicious people into his circles. Point is, he is there and doing the work to expose real evil – actual executive management if you will, for the violation of American Popular Sovereignty and national sovereignty, done in darkness.
Now this is unfortunate. I confess I had some hope he was pulling himself out of some bad habits.
June 2, 2012Spokane Conservative Examiner
According to Infowars’ Alex Jones, attendees at the annual Bilderberg meeting in Chantilly, Virginia, eat babies wrapped in gold foil, The Blaze reported Saturday.
A “video posted online captured Jones shouting into a bullhorn outside the meeting place, claiming Bilderberg members ‘ship in roasted babies wrapped in gold foil for them to eat’ — and making it clear he wasn’t kidding,” Madeleine Morgenstern wrote.
“Alright this is just a person going to pick somebody up, they’re probably bringing him some child to rape or something in the trunk — no I’m not kidding, these people are sick,” Jones said to protesters at the meeting as a car pulled up to the facility.
“Every week they catch them shipping little babies wrapped in gold foil for these guys to eat. They admit that’s where it goes to, I’m not making this up,” he added.
Let us say this highly unlikely claim were true. If so, is it good to spout it out without any verification? No. Does it show Alex Jones an alarmist-to-hyper-alarmist? I think so. And he does need to be cautiously monitored, as Cliff Kincaid has brought out.
There is plenty of conclusive evidence to support the true claim that mega-wealthy central banksters are investing in the longstanding efforts to turn the world into one authoritarian, “global governance” playground for the 1% of 1% of 1% of 1%, using both communists and their tycoon transnationalist foils, among others, to do so. So, why hurl unsubstantiated and absurd sounding claims into the air?
To beg the question, let us hypothetically put ourselves in the place of truly evil people with more money than any nation, if it were pooled. Let us say we want to control the world and according to actual plans such as those of Agenda 21, we want to reduce and control the world’s population. If we thought about it (or paid some of the world’s most intelligent minds to think about it) would we not surmise that:
- many people would find out about it and get upset
- these people would begin to find ways to get their facts and concerns out, even if we did nearly fully control mass media, one way or another
- this is bound to become a threat
- it would be in “our” (evil, conniving, globalist) interest, to plant figures into their midst, who would lead them astray and make them look like fools
I am not here to personally make a case against anyone, but I am here to provoke the visitor to think, as well as to present facts. When one hears unsubstantiated and divisive, alarmist or in some cases, pacifying claims from any number of people (if these names are not familiar to you, they are searchable) whether they be…
- Benjamin Fulford
- David Wilcock
- Lyndon LaRouche
- Wayne Tarpley
- David Icke
- Jeff Rense, or
- Alex Jones
…(people who maintain some different claims, I do not lump them all together as if they all purport exactly the same thing) one should examine them as well as all others concerned. We should do this trained by good epistemology, wide-eyed, and head on a swivel. And in addition to verifiability, a very significant question to ask is: what effects are they having – or would they tend to have, if more come to believe them?
One does not know anything until he empirically (experientially and through sound-minded thought) may. We know there are bad guys who are very powerful and who also operate very strategically, including Marxists who have, I am told, often relied upon controlled opposition, lemming leaders, and straw men figures.
My advise to Alex Jones: if you are a patriot, why would you want to put that into doubt, by acting like a straw man for the ridiculing (see Alinsky) and marginalizing of the entire effort to discover and disclose exactly what is going on in the world? Why?