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Art OlivierArt Olivier, Former Mayor of Bellflower, California, former Libertarian candidate for Vice-President of the United States and producer of the 9/11 thriller, Operation Terror, spoke about his $100,000 film being blocked by Alex Jones’ media outlet, on the January 21, 2014 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb, with the full audio here.

Art disclosed that in the six months prior to the release of his film on September 11, 2012, he had sent a copy of the film to Alex Jones’ staff, with them responding back that it didn’t work, so he sent another copy.

He said that they initially responded to him, but went quiet. Despite that, he followed up by contacting other film producers who had their productions advertised and sold through Infowars to contact Alex Jones’ staff, as well as regular guests of the show, and it was all to no avail.

Despite setting aside a large amount of money for paid advertising, they wouldn’t even take his money for ads on the websites or radio.

This despite Alex Jones’ aggressive promotion of the Loose Change documentaries and several 9/11 books, regularly discussing 9/11 on his radio show, and featuring an entire section on 9/11 on Infowars.com up until mid-2013.

A friend of Alex Jones and fellow radio broadcaster, Dr. Stan Monteith, has publicly stated that he knows of infiltrators who are planted close to some top figures in the conservative and liberty movement, but he doesn’t tell them, because they’d never believe him (8 mins. in).

Dr. Stan had previously disclosed his view — later to be proven correct — that Ron Paul’s campaign had been infiltrated by the other side, and Ron Paul was intentionally being kept off of alternative media outlets, including Dr. Stan Monteith’s show and even Alex Jones’.

After the campaign was over, Alex Jones publicly disclosed that Ron Paul’s campaign had been infiltrated but the matter had been cleared up, and Ron Paul was again allowed on the show.

Given that the evidence shows that Alex Jones’ show has been similarly infiltrated, I hope others will join in bringing this matter to the attention of Alex Jones and his listeners so that he can deal with the infiltration of his organization in a similarly expedient manner.

Other topics of the interview include Alex Jones’ handling of the Sandy Hook shootings and Boston Marathon bombings, his portrayal of “no planers” as mentally ill, and analyzing some of his particular behaviour during his Piers Morgan appearance.

Alex Jones’ friend and fellow radio broadcaster, Joyce Riley, rightly expressed concern over Alex Jones’ behaviour during his Piers Morgan appearance (starting 2 mins. in), regarding the impression he gave to average Americans of lawful gun owners.

Dr. Stan Monteith acknowledged that Alex Jones wasn’t actually angry on the show, and that it was “Alex being Alex”. However, despite Alex Jones’ most hardcore fans cheering him on as standing up to Piers Morgan and mass media gatekeeping and obfuscation, the question is, what impression did his behaviour have on average American viewers?

Jason disclosed that at a local Canadian libertarian gathering he had attended at the time, an attendee said that after seeing Alex Jones’ appearance, he was concerned about people like him having guns — which was the impression given to many average Americans, as well.

For more on Art Olivier, see this January 10 interview on the Real Deal with Jim Fetzer, where he discusses this issue starting 49 minutes in, and my earlier interview with Art, on May 26, 2013.

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On the 2012 presidential election night broadcast of Infowars, Alex Jones interviewed Paul Craig Roberts.

Starting at 2:20, Paul Craig Roberts started to make a serious point about Romney’s overt Zionist grovelling:

Paul Craig Roberts: If you look at the two of them, the only other difference is that Romney has already been to Israel, crawling on his belly, grovelling. And supposedly we’re a super power, but here is a man who wants to be president, and he’s crawling on his belly in the ground, kissing Netanyahu’s feet. Well at least Obama had more dignity than to do that.

Alex Jones: He only bows to the Saudi king. Perhaps Romney should publicly kiss Netanyahu’s butt, and then, and then, then he can be elected. Maybe that’s the new swearing in — it’s not a Bible — but Netanyahu bends over, and then, I’m sorry, you shouldn’t have got me going there.

Alex, you’re not even trying to hide your Zionist sympathies these days in diverting attention away from Roberts’ serious point by making a joke. In case you think this was just an innocent joke, here is the picture on the Infowars site the day after, with Obama dressed like Hitler, which resonates very well with his Zionist promoters.

For more, see my articles:

1) Still don’t think Alex Jones is gatekeeping for the Zionists?

2) Still don’t think Zionists run America?

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Alex JonesIt’s another year, and that means another Infowars Money Bomb.

Inspired by the Ron Paul 2008 presidential campaign Money Bomb, Alex Jones started his own Infowars Money Bomb in 2008.

Lee Rogers of Oracle Broadcasting pointed out in 2009 how that year’s Money Bomb announcement had some of the exact same content as the previous year’s Money Bomb, which prompted an online defense from Alex Jones associate, Aaron Dykes, showing that you really hurt someone when you hit them in the pocketbook.

Visitors to Oracle Broadcasting will see that I have so far donated over $600 to the network. Why?

Oracle Broadcasting features hosts that cover topics Alex Jones dare not cover including Zionism, the $300+ billion AIDS scam, the Council for National Policy, and they expose suspect guests like Steve Pieczenik, Lindsey Williams, David Icke and Fritz Springmeier, and suspect media operations like Coast to Coast AM and the Daily Bell.

If Alex Jones is really such a threat to the New World Order, why did one of his own regular guests, Alan Watt, discredit him as a fearmonger, only to be repeatedly invited back?

For those who say that critics of Alex Jones are jealous of his success, I pointed out that by that logic, Alex Jones himself must be jealous of the success of Barack Obama and Rush Limbaugh in criticizing them, since they’re more successful than he is. To me, these are the Alex Jones double standard bearers.

George Whitehurst-Berry had the second-highest-rated show among online listeners on the same network as Alex Jones until it was cancelled under suspicious circumstances in April 2012.

Is Alex Jones really a team player in telling Gary Franchi “if you ever backbite me, I’ll squish you like a bug, and you’ll be dead in this movement.” Such statements are a pattern of behaviour from him, as Jack Blood and Mark Dice can attest to.

Before donating to Alex Jones’ Money Bomb, ask yourself why prominent anti-Zionist Stephen Lendman has never been invited onto his show, despite regularly featuring his articles on Infowars.com and both being regulars on Russia Today. Could it perhaps be because Lendman will be too outspoken against Zionism for Alex Jones’ sponsors and supporters to handle, just like when Steve Pieczenik was reined in for putting too much heat on the Zionists?

Find out why Oracle Broadcasting is truly living up to its motto of delivering cutting-edge, uncensored talk radio, and consider donating to them to have a truly alternative voice in the alternative media.

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English: Alex Jones outside Bilderberg meeting...

From the September 16, 2012 interview with Dr. Steve Piecznenik (starting at 33:22), which resulted in his September 18 appearance being cancelled.

From his Twitter feed:

Steve Pieczenik @StevePieczenik
Alex Jones just pulled me off his 1:30 show today. He was intimidated by the very people we talked about. no worries, truth will prevail.
8:36 AM Sep 18th

And his blog at stevepieczenik.com/blog:

Okay, no Alex Jones today! Just got a call from info wars, canceling my interview. I think Alex was intimidated by the very people and organizations that we were talking about. Stay tuned, more to come.
Posted by Steve Pieczenik at 8:30 AM 29 comments:

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English: Alex Jones outside Bilderberg meeting...

From January 28, 2012:

Rudy Giuliani Thinks Building 7 Is A Joke

When you watch the video, you see that it’s a complete misrepresentation of what took place, and Giuliani actually laughed because Bob Tuskin was making a big scene.

From January 17, 2012:

Sacramento Cops Taser Man for Leaving Airport Security Line

The headline gives the impression that the guy got tased simply for leaving the security line, and most of the article is withheld, which goes on to say that the guy had actually grabbed his bag from being scanned, and ran through security to get onto his plane.

From April 13, 2011:

Pelosi Tells Students Elections Don’t Matter

Her actual words were, “But the fact is that elections shouldn’t matter as much as they do…”

From October 27, 2009:

Barney Frank: “We are trying on every front to increase the role of government”

While leaving out the important qualifier, “in the regulatory area.”

For more on Infowars.com, see my article, An obvious editorial shift at Infowars.com regarding Israel.

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English: Radio host and documentary film maker...

In the weeks before Steve Pieczenik came out against Israel on Alex Jones’ show on October 18, 2011 (starting 37 minutes in), I noticed a rather obvious editorial shift on Infowars.com regarding Israel.

I have seen several articles that simply wouldn’t have appeared even at the beginning of 2011 with the frequency they have since the latter half of 2011.

There was this one on January 18, 2012:

Israel slammed over growing racism – January 18th, 2012
Press TV | Hundreds of thousands of Ehiopian Jews and others comdemn racism policies in Israel

Then, three articles on January 21, 2012, alone:

Israeli Lobby launch new Super PAC effort to bring down Ron Paul
Pressure Israel, Not Iran. Israel has an Arsenal of 200-300 Nuclear Weapons
EU ‘should block finance for Israeli settlements’

A search for “Israel” and “2010” came up with 4090 results, while for “2011,” it came up with 12,500, and for just the first three weeks of January, 2780.

Some may say that this all has a different explanation, and that it’s the result of more articles on all topics being written since 2011, and that it’s directly related to intensified chatter about an Israeli attack on Iran, but there has been such chatter in the alternative media ever since Iraq was targeted as the first of Bush’s “Axis of Evil,” and had it not been for all 16 U.S. intelligence agencies saying in 2007 that Iran had no active nuclear weapons program since 2003.

It’s not that Infowars didn’t have any articles before the second half of 2011 that portrayed Israel in a less than 100% positive light, but it’s the sheer volume and content of the articles that have been produced since then that I think show a clear editorial shift.

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On Infowars.com today, I saw the shocking headline “Barney Frank: We Are Trying On Every Front To Increase The Role Of Government.”

That’s not a controversial statement to anyone who has been following the number and nature of the bills that have been tabled and passed in the House of Representatives since January 2009. However, it would be quite the open admission from a prominent American politician, and I was therefore surprised. It would be red meat even to many politically centrist Americans.

Sure enough, he did say that.  And more. The full quote was, “We are trying on every front to increase the role of government in the regulatory area.”

Those four extra words make all the difference in the world, in terms of what Rep. Frank said. It’s the difference between openly declaring what has been and is taking place overall, for quite some time, versus what is taking place now, in a specific area. Very few would argue that total government non-regulation of credit default swaps (one of the most speculative financial instruments ever devised), is a good thing. The world-wide derivative meltdown of 2008, stemming in large part from unregulated credit default swaps, would indicate otherwise.

I agree with one commenter on the Infowars.com post that their quotation is misleading. But don’t let that make you rely on Rep. Frank or any other American politician openly declaring what you already know to be true. Namely, what your government and representatives have been doing for quite some time — trying on every front to increase the role of government.

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