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Alex Jones on BBC One Sunday Politics - stiffy - 06-09-2013

Jones was asked on the program so the BBC could again ridicule anyone who questions their overlords. Unfortunately this tactic does work to a certain extent:
  • People who don't want to wake up are reassured there is no reason to.
  • People who want to wake up hesitate when they see people like Jones foaming at the mouth.
  • The truly curious are already awake, and see Jones as an embarrassment.


In this video, Jones explains why he acts like a lunatic on these programs:




RE: Alex Jones on BBC One Sunday Politics - CharliePrime - 06-09-2013

I agree. It does work.

I meet new people every week who only recently heard of Alex Jones and "conspiracy" due to his over-the-top behavior on boring news shows. Initially they visit Infowars with the intent finding content to ridicule him with, then they realize what he says is true.


RE: Alex Jones on BBC One Sunday Politics - drummer - 06-10-2013

controlled mainstream media meets controlled alternative media .


RE: Alex Jones on BBC One Sunday Politics - mexika - 06-10-2013

reverse psychology, do onto them what they do onto you "hackers".


RE: Alex Jones on BBC One Sunday Politics - Watchdog - 06-10-2013

There is a reason that mainstream media invite Alex and it's not to ridicule him (that's just the script). I'm sure you've heard of "planned opposition"?

Those who think that getting people over to Alex's pit of fear and terror is a good thing haven't got a clue about social engineering tactics and the consequences of keeping people in lower states of emotions. I wish you luck figuring this one out and finding a way out of the rabbit hole into the light.

As for myself, I shall be travelling for a while without a computer and will vagabond where the wind blows, so I won't have the capacity to login as much. However, I shall try to report on the beauty, generosity of people, and adventures in the real world once in a while, because that is also part of the quest for knowledge.


RE: Alex Jones on BBC One Sunday Politics - CharliePrime - 06-10-2013

(06-10-2013, 02:08 AM)drummer Wrote: controlled mainstream media meets controlled alternative media.

Have you considered the possibility that Alex Jones is nothing more than a crafty little redneck from Texas who never finished college but figured out a way to make truck-loads of money emulating Howard Stern ?


RE: Alex Jones on BBC One Sunday Politics - Frank2 - 06-10-2013

some polite English response on AJ's performance, don't you know, old chap:

Quote:It seems to me that Alex Jones has become a liability.

Never mind all that old bollocks his fans repeatedly churn out; “yes he fucks up, but he does get the word out there and that’s the important thing”.

From where I’m sitting, I’m afraid that Jones is just re-enforcing the brain dead Zombies perception of us as a bunch of tinfoil hat wearing, wild eyed nut jobs.

This is the second time now that Jones has had a chance to shine in the MSM.

And, this is the second time now that Jones has made a monumental prat of himself

The first time he did was in an interview with the Moronic Piers Morgan, whom Jones should have been able to destroy. Instead he fucked up spectacularly by going completely off his head before resorting to mimicking Morgan in a ridiculous, fake, upper-crust English accent… What the fuck was that all about.

Jones often interviews people on his show so he had no excuse. Moreover, he cannot claim that Morgan hijacked him. Jones knew what the cunt was like and should have readied himself.

So, come Sunday, he had a chance to redeem himself after being invited on Andrew Neil’s Sunday show. Yet once again Jones lost it… No excuse what so ever.

What the viewers were left with is Andrew Neil on screen making ‘cuckoo’ gestures and telling Jones to shut up, while in the background Jones could be heard ranting and raving like a lunatic.

With that kind of behaviour, don’t be surprised to see Jones appearing regularly on the MSM. After all, he has now be exposed beyond all doubt as an easy target.

The man has the ability to destroy any credibility we manage to gain and in-roads we make, by just appearing in a five minute TV interview.

And that I’m afraid, more than nullifies any of the good work that he has done in the past.


Alex Jones rants on BBC’s Sunday Politics show, Andrew Neil calls him an ‘idiot’






Sunday Politics with Andrew Neil.He describes ranting guest Alex Jones as "an idiot" and "the worst person I have ever interview"he kept telling him to "shut up" Then Neil mimes lunatic gestures to describe him.
Alex Jones ranting on the Sunday Politics programme (Picture: BBC)





"American conspiracy theorist Alex Jones launched into a rant on the BBC’s Sunday Politics show, prompting host Andrew Neil to call him an ‘idiot’.

Mr Jones was invited on to the programme to talk about the meeting of Bilderberg group of business leaders, politicians and policymakers.

The volatile radio show host believes the group is part of a shadowy network governing the world, among his many other conspiracy theories.

He told host Mr Neil the creation of the euro was a ‘Nazi German plan’, ‘Bilderberg is heavily involved in the EU plan’ and ‘it is a Nazi plan’.

‘We have forced them from cover to admit they’re puppeteers above the major parties,’ he said.

Fellow guest journalist David Aaronovitch, who has written about conspiracy theorists, pointed out that if they are so powerful and ruthless ‘why are you still alive?’."



But Mr Jones became increasingly agitated claiming he had received calls threatening ‘to cut my head off’ when he revealed a previous Bilderberg meeting.

As he shouted Mr Neil was forced to tell him to ‘shut up’ and told him ‘this is not your own radio show’.

As Mr Aaronovitch tried to explain why conspiracy theories are believed, Mr Jones kept intervening prompting an ‘oi, shut it!’ from Mr Neil.

But Jones went into meltdown, bellowing: ‘I’m here to warn people. You keep telling me to shut up. This is isn’t a game.’


Watch the You Tube video by clicking HERE

Mr Neil replied ‘you are the worst person I’ve ever interviewed’ as he tried to bring the show to a close but Jones kept ranting off camera.

Eventually a smiling Mr Neil said ‘We have an idiot on the programme’ and later accused him of playing up to the cameras.

He tweeted: ‘And the moment Alex Jones knew he was no longer on air he stopped. All an act.’

Earlier this year, Mr Jones spent 15 minutes shouting at Piers Morgan, who invited him on to his CNN show to discuss gun control in the wake of the Sandy Hook school massacre.

Mr Morgan said the interview with Mr Jones was the ‘best advertisement for gun control you could wish for.’

Jones called him a ‘redcoat foreigner’ and threatened a re-run of the American revolution.

‘Let me say, 1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms.

‘No matter how many lemmings you get out there on the street begging for them to be taken. We will not relinquish them.’

http://www.chrisspivey.co.uk/?p=12481


RE: Alex Jones on BBC One Sunday Politics - CharliePrime - 06-11-2013

Quote:"...With that kind of behaviour, don’t be surprised to see Jones appearing regularly on the MSM."

Haahahhaahaaha.

...Resulting in a million MSM zombies visiting Infowars.com in search of material to debunk for the purpose of impressing their Facebook friends, only to discover...

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Yeah, Jones is sooooooo bad and evil.


RE: Alex Jones on BBC One Sunday Politics - Frank2 - 06-11-2013

(06-11-2013, 03:10 PM)CharliePrime Wrote:
Quote:"...With that kind of behaviour, don’t be surprised to see Jones appearing regularly on the MSM."

Haahahhaahaaha.

...Resulting in a million MSM zombies visiting Infowars.com in search of material to debunk for the purpose of impressing their Facebook friends, only to discover...

[Image: 31655763.jpg]

Yeah, Jones is sooooooo bad and evil.

nah.

"Being a circus clown can be a great career. Most of the time you can go to school to learn more than you need to know about the circus. While at these schools, you are learning to "entertain" and it is not done by theatrical drama classes. You must take classes for children, if a clown is what you wish to produce out of a job after you complete your courses."
http://www.wikihow.com/Become-a-Circus-Clown


RE: Alex Jones on BBC One Sunday Politics - SiLVa - 06-11-2013

Jones is a new era gatekeeper. If everyone you know goes to infowars and believes everything they see there, we're even more screwed than I thought.


RE: Alex Jones on BBC One Sunday Politics - JFK - 06-12-2013

(06-11-2013, 05:05 PM)SiLVa Wrote: Jones is a new era gatekeeper. If everyone you know goes to infowars and believes everything they see there, we're even more screwed than I thought.
Frankly I use it like I would a signpost... and follow it out to see if there is anything worthwhile on the original site.

Many times there isn't.

Like that time that idiot from JREF lied and said he got RFID chipped in the service and Jones ran like his hair was on fire with the story.


RE: Alex Jones on BBC One Sunday Politics - drummer - 06-12-2013

(06-09-2013, 02:36 PM)stiffy Wrote: Jones was asked on the program so the BBC could again ridicule anyone who questions their overlords. Unfortunately this tactic does work to a certain extent:
  • People who don't want to wake up are reassured there is no reason to.
  • People who want to wake up hesitate when they see people like Jones foaming at the mouth.
  • The truly curious are already awake, and see Jones as an embarrassment.


In this video, Jones explains why he acts like a lunatic on these programs:




Wink


RE: Alex Jones on BBC One Sunday Politics - CharliePrime - 06-12-2013

Who is more successful than Jones are prompting zombies to question the official stories ?


RE: Alex Jones on BBC One Sunday Politics - Frank2 - 06-13-2013

He definitely has the highest profile.


RE: Alex Jones on BBC One Sunday Politics - fireballs - 06-15-2013

Quote:Jones is a new era gatekeeper. If everyone you know goes to infowars and believes everything they see there, we're even more screwed than I thought.
Duh, so much patronizing and arrogance it hurts. As long as you believe everything you are saying, then you are most definitely screwed.
:lol: