Friday, January 11, 2013
Alex Jones: General of the Second American Revolution
Alex Jones topped Twitter trends and YouTube's front page this week when he went head-to-head with Piers Morgan on CNN Live debating US Gun Control. As usual Alex belligerently bombasts out-of-turn, doesn't allow Piers to finish a sentence, mocks and belittles his host, then sarcastically adopts Piers' British accent and calls him a red-coat! Just like "old times" when I used to be a daily AJ listener I found myself agreeing with most of Alex's points and laughing out loud at his shtick humor. However, nowadays whenever I listen to Alex the Judas Goat, Molly-gate, Punchbowl Turd, Inside Job Jones, I listen with a much more discerning eye towards what his actual purpose is in this whole NWO scheme. When someone like Alex goes on mainstream news, makes many good points, and takes jabs at obvious establishment stooges like Piers Morgan, it makes half-awake 2nd-amendment-loving Americans feel like he's their anti-NWO General in the "Infowar" standing up for truth and freedom. However, especially in the aftermath of several school shootings and the propaganda that's followed, many Americans are feeling that tighter government gun-control laws and even confiscation might be a good thing. Then when they turn on the TV news and see Alex Jones going nuts, screaming with blazing crazy in his eyes, it further convinces Mr. & Mrs. Middle-America that Obama, Piers and the high-brow, smooth-talking gun-grabbers are right! They think "man, we definitely need to get the guns out of the hands of crazy conspiracy theorists like Alex Jones!" And in a way, they're right, because Alex Jones is a terrible poster-boy for the second amendment, and I think that's part of his purpose. Watch this clip below where he storms a peaceful Austin Pro Gun Rally, screams over the protestors, gets in their faces, disrupts the whole demonstration, then claims he was attacked by Cointel Pro on his radio show! The truth is Alex was invited to speak at this rally and turned down co-ordinator Catherine Bleish claiming she "had a hard-on for him." Then he came and crashed it anyway.
Alex's annoying catch-phrase that he's been shouting for years now out his bullhorn and over the airwaves is, "The Answer to 1984 is 1776," which literally means "the answer to George Orwell's Big Brother society that has been constructed around us is to have a bloody Revolutionary War." Having researched the original Masonic Revolutionary War, and being a proponent of peaceful solutions myself, the statement that "1776 is the answer to 1984" sounds to me like a brainless hot-headed violent mantra sub-consciously instilling in Alex's cult followers the idea that bloody revolution is the answer! Alex will always say that he's anti-violence and would never promote a violent solution, but then he'll scream on the air until his head looks like it's about to explode channeling Charleton Heston saying the government will have to take our guns from our cold dead hands. In the Piers interview Alex actually "prophecizes" government gun confiscation triggering a second American Revolution when he yells at Piers waving a finger in his face saying "1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms!" So once again, here Alex is subliminally telling his millions of gun-toting cult-listeners "if the government comes to confiscate your guns, you should go down in a blaze of glory" (i.e. you should shoot the police officers who come to your house). But is this actually good advice? Is that really the answer to 1984? Doesn't violent revolution triggered by government gun confiscation come right from the New World Order playbook?