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Alex JonesI found it humorous that Alex Jones’ crew is obviously spending more time counting their money than following various articles around the Web that aren’t fear and hype-based, because in publishing this October 20, 2013 article by Kevin Barrett, Mainstream journalists expose 9/11 hoax, they obviously didn’t realize that Barrett had previously written the March 11, 2013 article, Is Alex Jones a Complete Idiot?

Here are some gems from Barrett’s earlier article:

Unlike me, Alex doesn’t let his radio guests talk much. But that’s okay, because Alex is such a talented ranter that you have to keep listening in terrified fascination.

Alex raised some eyebrows when he told us who REALLY runs Hollywood: The Arabs! That’s why they give us so many movies with Arab and Muslim villains – because they WANT us to hate them and smash their countries and murder millions of them on behalf of Israel!

Alex’s latest outburst of complete & utter idiocy: Dancing on the grave of the world’s number one anti-New World Order leader, Hugo Chavez, who was murdered by the very banksters Alex claims to oppose.

For more on Alex Jones’ role in the control structure, see my extensive cache of articles here.

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CNNHere is an April 18, 2013 CNN video of two raving conspiracy theorists on the Boston Marathon bombings.

The only thing is, they happen to be CNN broadcasters, wearing suits, so according to the public’s perception, that doesn’t make them raving conspiracy theorists, despite acting like them.

From their “analysis” (emphasis mine):

“The other backpack the other individual’s carrying looks heavy, too”

“We’re kind of thinking that maybe they’ve already planted one of the devices and maybe they’re walking away”

Maybe they’re going on their way to plant one”

“You could have both of these individuals carrying both of these devices”

“They might be on their way to one location”

The moral of the story is, if you’re going to spin conspiracy theories, do it from a supposed position of authority, so that the public won’t realize you for being the raving conspiracy theorists you really are.

For more hypocrisy regarding the mass media’s coverage of conspiracy theories, see my article, Don’t donate to Wikipedia until they live up to their stated guidelines.

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Investigate 9/11A fellow Canadian linked to my article, What didn’t happen on 9/11, with the misunderstanding that I was promoting “the theory that 9/11 wasn’t actually a terrorist attack.”

No, it was definitely a terrorist attack, but the question is who were the terrorists.

The author responded to two of my comments with predictable diversionary tactics, in not refuting the accuracy of my assertions.

Then, this reader chimed in concerning my comments:

As for 9/11, James is right. Any official video would no doubt be dismissed as fake by people who wanted to believe otherwise to advance whatever agenda they may have (see landing, moon).

I responded with:

FauxCapitalist says:
Today at 10:14 am (9 hours ago)

Why deal in generalities when we have specifics?

An official video did come out — the problem is, it’s missing a date and timestamp, so we’re just supposed to assume it was of one of the alleged hijackers boarding Flight 77 at Dulles at the time they said.

Then, there’s the still frame of Atta and another alleged terrorist, with two timestamps, and it’s actually from Portland airport, not Logan, where they allegedly took off.

It’s sad how too many fellow Canadians, including this one, still slavishly cling to the official 9/11 conspiracy theory, despite the lack of the psychological barrier facing Americans, of confronting complicity by elements within their own government.

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Doug Hagmann

Here’s what Joel Skousen had to say about Alex Jones’ December 28, 2012 guest, Doug Hagmann, and his “insider source”, in the December 28, 2012 World Affairs Brief (emphasis mine):

This week, I received almost a dozen inquiries on what I think about the latest predictions of the Doug Hagmann’s (Northeast Intelligence Network) insider source claiming to be a highly placed official in the Department of Homeland Security. I think his insider claim is completely bogus and he is playing the conspiracy crowd for fools. The source continues to claim that the dollar is about to collapse and total gun control is imminent. His latest excuse for why his August claims didn’t come true is laughable. I’m giving this issue significant space because I want my readers to learn how to see through this junk.

At the very least, these disinformation plants are laughing their heads off at the gullibility of Doug Hagmann and Steve Quayle who keep giving lots of coverage to these bogus claims. Once a commentator starts living on hype, they can’t seem to ever go back to rational coverage.

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Joel SkousenFrom the October 12, 2012 issue of Joel Skousen’s World Affairs Brief (www.worldaffairsbrief.com):

THE DOCUMENTARY IS A GO

Last week I asked for your feelings about a major documentary that I would write and produce detailing the Modern History of Conspiracy and how it controls almost every aspect of what our government is involved in. I’m pleased to announce that the response was very gratifying, and the project is a “go.”

One of the best things to come from this request was the many heartfelt comments I received from so many on how you felt about the briefs and my work over the years. Sometimes I never know how the briefs are being received and it’s nice to feel your gratefulness. Perhaps the most common comment from readers was the appreciation for having a source they could trust to tell the truth and help them discern between reliable information and the disinformation and hype that is flooding the internet.

Hundreds have pledged mostly modest amounts to finance this project, and if everyone comes through with what they have pledged we have what I consider a minimum to ensure success of the project. I didn’t want to start this unless I was sure I could deliver.

Please forward your contributions by check (I don’t want Paypal or the CC companies to siphon off their usual 3% of these contributions) payable to Joel Skousen, 290 W 580 S, Orem, UT 84058. Insert a note that this is “for the Documentary,” so that my staff will know to put this in a separate account. I will keep you all posted as to the progress. We are shooting to have this completed within a year. Everyone who contributes will, of course, get a free copy of the documentary to view and share with their friends. Thanks for your support.

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English: Mark Dice head shotAlex Jones has alienated many in the alternative research community, as evidenced by his fallouts with Jack Blood, Jeff Rense, Michael Rivero, Ted Pike, Catherine Bleish, Texe Marrs, Dr. Len Horowitz and Dr. Rebecca Carley.

Now add Mark Dice to the list. Here are some highlights from his public statement (emphasis mine):

That was April of 2011, and after six years of being a regular on the show every few months, all of a sudden I stopped getting asked to come on, and he stopped stocking my books after our misunderstanding, which we supposedly got through, but apparently he still decided he was done with me. That’s the gist of it.

In my opinion he has to do everything he can to increase his web hits and increase ad revenue because he has so much overhead since the infowars studios grew so big with such a large facility. He’s a conspiracy shock jock entertainer basically, that’s why “everything” is a conspiracy and he doesn’t debunk anything because that’s not fun and exciting radio like talking about how a Swat Team is going to come to your house at any moment to confiscate your guns.

For more on Alex Jones, see my articles:

1) If Alex Jones is such a threat to the NWO, why is he so sure “I’ll be here in 20 years”?

2) Alex Jones to Gary Franchi: If you ever backbite me, I’ll squish you like a bug and you’ll be dead in this movement

3) George Whitehurst-Berry uncovers some interesting information on Alex Jones

4) Why Dr. Rebecca Carley won’t be back on the Alex Jones Show

5) A glaring omission: Stephen Lendman never invited onto Coast to Coast AM or the Alex Jones Show

6) Alex Jones’ childish behaviour when Webster Tarpley criticized Ron Paul at Bilderberg 2012

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Ambulances at Russell Square, London after the...

I first saw the documentary 7/7 Ripple Effect in 2007, shortly after it was released in November, and the presentation seemed to give an even better case for the July 7, 2005 London bombings being an inside job than from the evidence I had come across about 9/11 by that time.

Since then, I wrote the article, What didn’t happen on 9/11, and shortly thereafter, I wrote the article, Blatant distortions in BBC’s “The Conspiracy Files: 7/7” documentary.

Not long thereafter, I received notice that the producer of the first documentary, Muad’Dib, planned to come out with a sequel on the seventh anniversary of the attacks, and it has since come out, and I am including the video here.

I tried getting him on as a guest on my radio program, Exposing Faux Capitalism, but it appears he isn’t doing any interviews for the time-being, so check out some of his earlier interviews on the Web.

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