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From this October 29, 2015 click-bait interview article on Alex Jones’ site, Coast to Coast AM host George Noory got roasted by most commenters for his phony talk of a presidential run.

Here are some of the top comments:

George Noory is a “wolf in sheep’s clothing” , he’s disgusting, a perverted atheist who
is constantly trying to discredit the bible with his new age mystical B.S.
Art Bell created coasttocoast and George Noory is a fraud that is trying to take
credit for it.

When he said he’s really consider Condolesa Rice as his VP, I was done with him. NO THANKS! If he doesn’t know how criminal she is, he’s not a person I want to see in.

OMG how did all this get started, with Noory’s overinflated ego he’d make a bid for POTUS, the only pit fall for him is the first time he makes a campaign speech he DONE. It wouldn’t take the low information voter more than 15 seconds to figure out this fool is a Clown…lol

the puke can’t even run a talk show. guess bigfoot will be his veep.

Snoory Can’t find his own ass without help from his “crew”. An imbecile at best

Noorys a stooge and has ruin Coast to Coast. he was a big part in what happen to Wells. CTM Wells show put Coast to shame…

Yet, Alex Jones’ crew deleted this very serious comment of mine, about him gatekeeping the $300 billion AIDS scam, which shows how they don’t really care about negative opinions of anonymous commenters, but they care very much about substantive criticisms that expose supposed alternative media personalities as gatekeepers, serving the system.

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On the January 31, 2015 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb, I discussed:

Publicity stunts, Donald Trump, Chuck Todd, Alex Jones, Christianity as an easy target, local churches shutting down, and the 2015 Index of Economic Freedom.

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Alex JonesI listened to this April 17, 2012 Alan Watt interview in 2012, and the one thing that struck me was Watt’s overwhelmingly pessimistic tone, which made me question his overall intentions, after listening to him on the show for several years, and starting to question some of the things he said.

In a rare moment on the show, Alan Watt actually came off as more negative than Alex Jones. However, it’s not negativity when it’s the truth. I later concluded that Alan Watt wasn’t deliberately being negative to intentionally discourage people, but was actually expressing his view of the current control structure. But more on that another time.

What I didn’t pick up on then was this amazing inside baseball talk of Alex Jones indirectly referencing something important that Alan Watt had said about him on another show, that I had only become aware of in September 2012.

On the May 26, 2006 episode of the Richard Syrett Show, in response to a caller’s question about Alex Jones, Alan Watt amazingly outed Alex Jones not only as a fearmonger, but, more importantly, as a New World Order agent.

Here is a brief excerpt from Alan Watt’s own transcript:

Richard: But some of them are legit, are they not? I mean Alex Jones – New World Order?

Alan: A technique of control is to terrify the public. If you listen to maybe 10 or 15 minutes, you’ll be underneath your kitchen table quivering with fear because he’ll hit you like a machine gun.

Richard: Oh yeah, he talks about American gulags—

Alan: In 15 minutes he’s hit about 50 different things out to you.

From Alan Watt’s transcript of his last April 17, 2012 appearance on the Alex Jones Show:

Alan, I’m going to be honest with you. There’s only one area with you that I don’t totally agree with you. And that’s that they’ve got their act completely together. They have general programs. They’ve studied things. They’re worried about the wild card individual. You’ve talked about that. But I’ve also heard you talk about, you know, the elite will give us leaders. And the elite will do all this. Well, I know I’m for real. I know that I came out of nowhere by the, you know, going to Access TV and stuff like that. I know you’re for real and not controlled. And I know so many other people in the system itself, not just independents like us, that don’t like what’s happening. And I do see a bigger awakening. And I do see victories. You know, people can’t believe I snuck into Bohemian Grove.

They think it must have been fake. People can’t believe that other stuff, like they think my David Gurgen is fake. Well, no. They never just went and stood outside the main entrance to Madison Square Garden during the RNC, in 2004, knowing bigwigs would come in, to confront them. I mean, that’s not rocket science to know, okay, there’s one of the back entrances where all the VIPs are coming in. Let’s sit here and eat hot dogs, you know, at this stand for an hour. And at the time smoke cigarettes. See who comes in here. Hey, that’s David Gurgen, let’s get him. People who sit there on the bench cannot imagine men of action. So, all I’m saying is, people have to believe they can take action, because I know laying down is not going to do anything. I mean, what do you say to that?

No, Alex — Alan Watt was right about you, three years before I started challenging you publicly, and six years before I fully figured you out. The only thing I scratch my head about is why was Alan Watt so forthright and honest, why did he start going on your show regularly thereafter, and why did you keep inviting him back on? And since this interview, I wonder if Alan Watt will ever be on Alex Jones’ show again.

Perhaps Alex Jones’ crew only saw the video shortly before the 2012 interview, despite it being online since 2010, and the transcript available with enough search effort since 2006.

For more on Alex Jones, see my many articles here, including Former Mayor, VP candidate and 9/11 film producer on his film being blocked by a top alternative media outlet.

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On the February 15, 2014 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb, I covered the following issues:

“Alex Jones’ muddled “Real Banking Solution”, The real top 10 myths about HIV/AIDS, and more on Perspectives of the Gold Standard in the Austrian School.”

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Alex Jones posted a video on February 7, 2014, entitled “Alex Jones: A Real Banking Solution”

In it, he endorses state banking (at 4:00).

However, he muddles his message, as he first starts talking about the completely unrelated matter of Bill Clinton and Elizabeth Hurley, then says he’s against the U.S. Postal Service getting into predatory banking, then says he’d support a federal bank to issue low-interest loans but says it couldn’t be trusted, then endorses state banking, then warns against Bitcoin.

He may not have intended it this way, but it certainly does come off as a muddled message, leaving some people shaking their heads as to what real monetary reform looks like. For more on that, see my articles and those of Anthony Migchels, and for a clear presentation of state banking, see Ellen Brown and the Public Banking Institute.

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Kevin BarrettI recently came across this interview of Nolan Higdon of Project Censored on his critique of Alex Jones on the Kevin Barrett Show on October 28, 2013.

It is ironic that Barrett rushes to Alex Jones’ defense so much, given that a strong inference can be drawn that Jones was the reason for Barrett and Jim Fetzer getting the boot from GCN after Fetzer started talking about no planes hitting the WTC buildings on 9/11, and Barrett having previously blasted Jones in his article, Is Alex Jones a Complete Idiot? on March 11, 2013.

It is also ironic that the show page for the interview has the trailer for the 9/11 thriller Operation Terror, about the underreported events of 9/11, which was blocked by one or more individuals within Alex Jones’ operation, with them not even accepting advertising money.

Here is my summary of the interview:

4m – Barrett said if you add all things up about Alex Jones, it looks mostly good
6m – Higdon doesn’t say 9/11 was an inside job
8m – Barrett takes him to task for finding it odd that Jones is getting onto big shows like Hannity, etc., saying why not
9m – Jones’ bogus predictions that poison the well
10m – Barrett says almost all his reporting on 9/11 has been good
11m – Barrett brings up Michael Ruppert allegedly making more incorrect predictions
12m – Barrett saying Jones is doing a lot of good by waking up people
18m – Barrett taking exception with claim that Alex Jones is turning a lot of people off, saying we should see numbers
20m – Barrett justifying Jones’ repeated false flag predictions, saying it could’ve prevented some, and it’s drawing people’s attention to the tactic
23m – Higdon rightly asks, why doesn’t Jones do something about things — besides bull horning
25m – Higdon says people tend to ignore things because of sensationalist statements by Jones
30m – Barrett says Jonathan Kay is either a Mossad agent or a sayanim (unpaid agent)
36m – Barrett referred to “idiots who bash Alex Jones” for not reporting on the accurate things he says
37m – Barrett kicked off 911blogger for one interview with someone who questioned the Moon landings
41m – Barrett said we can be fairly sure Chavez was taken out with a cancer weapon
42m – Barrett said it’s legitimate that Alex Jones is afraid to criticize the Israeli influence in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
– Higdon said he didn’t have a strong opinion of any of Jones’ bias, saying it goes both ways with people having strong criticisms of him on that issue
44m – Barrett said he doesn’t think project censored is brave enough to cover James Petras on the Israeli-Palestinian issue
46m – Higdon said James Tracy ignored most of his sources
49m – Barrett said it was shocking that the article would only focus on negative aspect of Jones when the mainstream media was covering up so many important stories
52m – Barrett said for most of the past 12 years, the top stories on Project Censored aren’t the ones he would’ve chosen
54m – Barrett asked what if someone wrote an negative article about Project Censored
55m – Barrett said he thinks Alex Jones does a good job at what he does, and says he shares some concerns about what he does. Said if Jones wasn’t there, no one else would be reaching a mass audience.

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With Mark Dice’s latest petition stunt, this time a petition to repeal the Second Amendment and imprison registered gun owners, I posted this comment to the Second Amendment forum at RonPaulForums.com.

Mark Dice had a fake dispute with Alex Jones in order to attract former and skeptical followers of Alex Jones in order to keep people chasing ghosts and not organizing effectively.

His petitions are part of a demoralization campaign and designed to make petitions look invalid in case there ever is a petition put together about a serious issue that millions of Americans sign.

Here are some insightful comments by other commenters:

I disagree that these people are dumb. There is some psychology behind getting the power of suggestion by putting people on the spot that aren’t accustomed to dealing with it. Mark Dice understands this, which is how he can make these videos. He also knows people like to pass these videos around so they can make fun of the people in them. Same reason people like to watch reality TV and celebrity trainwrecks. Somehow makes them feel better about their own lives.

I have a problem with Dice’s method. Sure there are plenty of idiots out there but he’s editing out any pro-freedom responses. There was a video posted here not long ago that “proved” college students oppose Obamacare in the same way. I wish I could find it but searching anything obamacare on the forum isn’t easy. Everyone had the same opinion. Mark Dice is a fear monger and his videos are not accurate.

For more on Mark Dice, see my December 2012 show where I covered the Alex Jones, Matt Drudge, George Noory, Mark Dice nexus.

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