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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: 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 October 13, 2011, Alex Jones, at the end of his discussion with Dr. Steve Pieczenik, said in response to his “insider” source predictions that the U.S. would attack Iran in the next two weeks:

50:48 – “Spread the word, World War III is about to start.

Two weeks later, at the end of the day on October 27, no attack on Iran has taken place.

For more on this, see Lindsey Williams Iran sources likely correct; Alex Jones’ sources likely not, and Lindsey Williams’ October 2011 predictions, says “There will be no conflict in the near future with Iran.”

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Map flag of Iran

On October 13, 2011, Alex Jones, at the end of his discussion with Dr. Steve Pieczenik, said in response to his “insider” source predictions that the U.S. would attack Iran in the next two weeks:

50:48 – “Spread the word, World War III is about to start.

Lindsey Williams appeared on Radio Liberty with Dr. Stan Monteith on October 12, 2011, and informed listeners that his sources had told him:

41:51 – “There will be no conflict in the near future with Iran.

I think that Williams’ prediction will prove to be true, unlike his prediction in October 2010 that crude oil would go to $150-$200 USD a barrel within six to eight months.

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