Here is a video posted from their show yesterday in which Alex asks his guest, Fritz Springmeier, what the solutions are to the accelerating rise of the New World Order, and Fritz talks about having been invited to speak at a function in Oregon to speak and being shown some technologies that they have.
Yet after Fritz’ comment, Alex completely sidesteps what Fritz said and changed to subject to things Alex is good at talking about. He utterly missed the point — not just in this instance but in every instance I’ve seen in the past few years that I’ve been watching his programming, which is mostly excellent, otherwise. The exchange begins at 12:00 minutes, where Alex asks the question.
One of the things that is troubling to me about Alex’ question is his statement: “Some people think you can’t defeat the New World Order. But it’s not even our job to defeat it. It’s our job to stand up against evil and help others. Because we don’t fear those that kill the body but those who kill the soul.” At least he ends with: “I don’t think the globalists are invincible.”
As I’ve been watching and analyzing Alex for many months, wondering why he doesn’t cover free energy, it’s almost as if he doesn’t want to give people physical solutions, only make us afraid of the problem, to feel defeated, like we can’t win, but we must try anyway.
Alex, there are solutions. Why do you continue to blatantly ignore them?
Here is what Fritz just said to you, which you completely ignored:
Yes, there is hope.
I was asked to be the main speaker down in Ashland recently, and I met a group of young people who are dynamically creating alternative technologies to give us back our freedom and make us self-reliant — perpetual motion machines [bad choice of words] and stuff like this. They’ve really done a lot of incredible stuff.
There is a lot of technology out there that could solve the problems that we have.
So I would just encourage people not to lose hope, but to turn their focus away from the controlled corporations who are only giving us technology in a controlled fashion, and look to people like this young community down there in Ashland that has viable solutions. There are solutions out there.
Alex, you then jump in, as if you haven’t heard a word Fritz just said:
That’s what I was about to say. We’ve got to stop using the big megabanks. We need to start using local banks…
And you went on, totally (and purposely) missing the point.
See whole article from B4IN by Sterling D. Allan
TAP – Maybe Alex has cut a deal to avoid the subject of energy, and they’ll leave him be – for now. Or he could be another channel of managed dissent. If so, it’s remote management, rather than he’s OWG himself. How else could he survive so long, if he wasn’t prepared to avoid certain topics? But if that’s true, what else is part of the deal? To keep out of mainstream politics? I don’t watch him all the time. Someone must. What do you Tap Blog readers think of Alex Jones?
Springmeier talks very well BTW. Worth a ten plus minute watch. He explains how the Police used to be your friend, and now out looking for victims. Down the road, we will be controlled via the internet. Cars will be driven automatically, not by humans. There’ll be a charge for everything you need.
It’s the cartoon Texan that’s worrying me. Is he out there trying to collapse peoples’ morale, and make them feel helpless against corporate state power? If so, he’s doing a damned good job of it. He talks of the control grid being very close…..but is he doing anything to turn it all around? What do you think? He talks of The Great Awakening, but he says it’s not his job to defeat the New World Order. So what’s the point of it all, Alex?
Actually I’m a great admirer of Alex Jones. He made a light slip. He can’t carry the whole of the campaign against the NWO. He’s only one man. He’s doing too much as it is.
GOOD OBSERVATIONS FROM ME –
He avoids non-standard explanations of of the 9/11 false flag too. I.e. he believes planes were used to bring down the towers. He’s not covered Richard Hall’s “Ball” analysis or Judy Wood’s “Where Did the Towers Go?” which implicates directed energy weapons. I don’t think he’s managed dissent, it’s his business methodology which is a deliberate attempt to stay ‘just’ on the right side of the line with the authorities to stay in business.
Alex Jones’ cherry picks the most radical mainstream news sources – some of which may appear against the globalists’ wishes – and puts it all together in his own narrative. The point is, some else has already said what he said first, he brings it to a wider audience. The Infowars methodology is restricted to sources that have been published in academic literature, goverment documents or mainstream news.
As he says in the same interview, it was not until Springmeier’s claim that the Royal Family was related to Dracula appeared in the mainstream news, many years after his book was published, that Alex Jones believed it, and began to trust Springmeier’s book. Alex Jones only says what they have already said. – Me
TAP – he’s cautious about going too far beyond the main media version. People in exposed positions tend to be careful.
Great comments below, well worth reading.
Here’s Scotty –
Taken from this website: http://sabbathrock.com/jesuitswtc.aspx Alex Jones says ‘the Catholics-run-it-all folks are the worst’ and says that information on the Jesuits is disinfo. Perhaps this is because he is Roman Catholic. Perhaps it is also because the radio network that his show is on uses ABC satellites, and ABC is owned by Walt Disney, which has a Catholic-trained man as it’s Senior Executive Vice President, and used to have a Jesuit priest on it’s board. When he adventured into Bohemian Grove, he didn’t mention the deep Vatican links to Bohemian Grove. AJ once did a speech at St. Edwards University, a Roman Catholic University in Austin. He has had Pat Buchanan (Jesuit-trained, Knight of Malta), Ray McGovern (Jesuit-trained), and John McManus (Jesuit-trained) on his show. www.spirituallysmart.com… en.wikipedia.org…
TAP That doesn’t sound too good.
When I “woke up” I was researching 9-11 and trying to figure out why all that did not make sense. In doing, I discovered Alex Jones. I shall always be grateful to him for waking me up as far as conspiracies go. I became a fan and listened to his program every day after work. I was impressed that he was always on. After a year or so, I began to notice that most of his sponsors were
capitalizing on the “fear” articles that he reported. Or the preparations for coming disaster, or Armageddon. Sometimes the fear-
mongering was sickening. And as the drum was beating, the fear became a staple. You are right, there is no resolution to it. He abandons the solution, because he has a product that will take care of it that you can buy! I realized that he is mostly
profit-driven, even to the detriment of his content.
Twice I ordered videos from him. They were excellent, but overpriced.
He ignores anything negative about Israel or the Catholic church.
He does perform a service, but at a price.