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Here are some Alex Jones email news alerts from the summer of 2013:

Alex Jones- “Leftists Caught Running Zimmerman Frame Up

Alex, I thought you were against the “false left/right paradigm”.

- “Photos: Obama-Backed Syrian Rebels Ransack Christian Village

Alex, I thought you’ve said on repeated occasions that Obama is just a puppet of the “globalists”? Who are some of these prominent globalists? Carl Bernstein recently told us who they are.

- “Twitter Flooded With New Wave of Riot Threats

Ah, yes, because people’s posts on Twitter are such a reliable indicator of what they’ll do in real life, right?

It reminds me of the ridiculous race-baiting fearmongering that Jones was instigating prior to the 2012 presidential election, in trumpeting the Twitter posts by some African-Americans, claiming that they would riot if Romney were elected.

Anyone who has spent more than a few hours in online chat rooms or forums would realize that lots of people act tough online, and flame others, only to wimp out in real life confrontations.

- “Americans Abandon July 4 Celebrations

This headline makes it seem like it’s widespread, whereas the actual article only refers to “some” Americans abandoning July 4 celebrations.

- “Zimmerman Acquittal to Cause Race Riots

The actual article link quotes some “Ex-Chicago Cop”, but the headline puts the thought in people’s mind that race riots are a virtual certainty if Zimmerman is acquitted.

For more on Alex Jones, see my recent articles:

1) Incredibly misleading Infowars.com headlines

2) Flashback: Alan Watt discredits Alex Jones as a fearmonger, only to be repeatedly invited back

3) George Noory of Coast to Coast AM’s outrageous Alex Jones-Hitler hypocrisy

4) Alex Jones’ Zionist controllers hope you won’t see these videos on Zionism by Adrian Salbuchi

5) Oracle Broadcasting hosts come out against Alex Jones’ staged blowup on Piers Morgan Tonight

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Lindsey WilliamsAre Lindsey Williams’ bogus predictions unintentional, or deliberate?

According to the late Bill Cooper, Lindsey Williams was a Freemason, and he likely still is, given the consequences of the Freemasonic death oath (see Obligation section).

For more on the late Bill Cooper, see my article, The late Bill Cooper’s rousing speech on the common bond of all Americans: “It’s about freedom”

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no spam!

Beginning in the early hours of November 25, 2012, I started receiving what would end up being 30 suspicious spam comments on my blog, all with links to different Facebook profiles, and all containing at least one spelling mistake.

I had never experienced this before in the four years I have run my blog.

This came just over a week after my November 18 article, It’s official: The Daily Bell lied about their website numbers, and a week after my November 21 article, The Daily Bell demonstrates the importance of impression management.

The reason I mention that is because out of the first 30 spam comments, four were on articles about the Daily Bell, which is statistically significant, given that I have written over 670 articles since 2008. In addition to the spam comments on articles about the Daily Bell, many of the others were related to things that the Daily Bell regularly writes about such as gold, silver and so-called fiat currency.

The second round of suspicious spam comments was even more revealing, with four out of the 18 being about the Daily Bell.

First I was ignored by the Daily Bell, then they clicked through to my site at least three times after my articles got picked up on Michael Rivero’s What Really Happened, and after it was proven that they had lied about their website numbers, I got a regular reader insisting he’s not a “DB agent” writing in-depth criticisms and never bothering to comment on his assertion being proven to be incorrect that the Daily Bell hadn’t adopted an “elite methodology” it had previously blasted, when I showed the screen capture of the Daily Bell including Alexa verification code on their site.

For more on the Daily, see my comprehensive set of articles here.

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Gary north

It’s now 12 years, 2 months and 15 days after Gary North’s apocalyptic Y2K predictions failed to materialize, and not many days after that since he scrubbed all references to it from his website, GaryNorth.com.

Thankfully, there is archive.org, which shows his Chicken Little fear-mongering in all its glory.

On October 11, 2011, North took the opportunity of Steve Jobs’ untimely passing to spout off on how Apple’s fortunes were tied to that of Newton’s apple, and that both were inevitably going down.

The closing price on Apple shares the day before his article was $388.81 USD per share.

As of March 15, 2012, in anticipation of the new iPad 3, Apple shares traded at over $600 per share — a 54% increase in just five months since his bogus prediction.

Indeed, Apple stock will eventually go down from its Steve Jobs-era high. North didn’t put a date to his prediction, but such a huge increase in such a short time effectively shatters his prediction.

Less than two full months after his article, he wrote another one, saying:

I have always suspected it. Apple as a company is over-hyped. The company’s new iPad users’ support strategy proves it.

He then went on to complain about his customer experience, and admits:

Do I have a bad attitude? No doubt. But it is in response to what I regard as a customer-insulting company.

Yes, they are such a customer-insulting company, that consumers continue to turn out in droves for Apple’s smartphones and tablets, instead of RIM’s, whose market share has massively tanked.

For more on Gary North, see my articles:

1) Gary North runs for cover as his fool’s gold standard gets ever wider exposure

2) In claiming the Bible is anti-socialist, Gary North overlooks a blatant example of its socialism

3) Gary North’s free market gold standard is also a fool’s gold standard

4) Gary North praises Wal-Mart’s low prices despite some of it coming at the expense of taxpayers

5) Gary North: Spokesman for a major Federal Reserve bankster smokescreen

6) Cheerleader for bankster economics

7) Gary North admits gold was a bad investment from 1980-2001

8) Gary North claims gold coins produced by U.S. and Canada aren’t money, despite being legal tender

9) 21 years a medium-term investment? If you’re a gold bug, it is

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