One of the common tactics of those who don’t want to debate an issue on its merits is to shift the focus to the motives of the person discussing issues.
One of the common tactics of fans of alternative media personalities is to suggest that those who raise any issues about them — especially their words and actions — is to say the person raising those issues are jealous of that person’s success.
Lee Rogers of Oracle Broadcasting has been at the forefront of the alternative media in pointing out the tactics and fallacies engaged in by the many so-called alternative media fans who apply a double standard toward alternative media personalities they admire.
One reader to this site asked if I was jealous of Alex Jones’ success, simply for posting an article with a YouTube clip of Alex Jones’ own words in saying he didn’t want to promote mass hatred of Jews in response to a caller simply and calmly reading out a list of Jewish names, only to say on another show with absolute fury in his voice, the blanket statement that: “The Mexicans want to destroy America.”
By the logic of these critics, Alex Jones must be jealous of the success of Barack Obama, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck and others, because they have become more successful than him.
The real alternative media is waking up to these tactics, and to the actions and words of several prominent alternative media personalities being incongruent, like those of George Noory, who acts so affable and pretends to be a promoter of open discussion on many issues, yet is provably gatekeeping the HIV/AIDS scam.
George Whitehurst-Berry, formerly of GCN, who broadcasted an hour before Alex Jones, and had the second-highest-rated show among online listeners, paid the price for opposing the germ theory of disease which was so ridiculously promoted with this April 24, 2012 article, claiming that GMO corn *may* be spreading the “AIDS virus,” simply because it *may* contain a protein associated with HIV. By that logic, carbon monoxide is the same as carbon dioxide, since they are similar, and I could safely breathe carbon monoxide.
Nevermind that George Whitehurst-Berry has conducted 32 interviews that aired before Alex Jones’ show, thoroughly shattering the AIDS scam to bits. That doesn’t matter, since promoting fear about an unproven virus generates more clicks for greater advertising revenue.
People are starting to wake up and demand that the “alternative” media be alternative.
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