Alex Jones is a long time ... a really long time racist and white power dude. He, George Noory and Ian Punett were actually the incubators for the Tea Party and the NeoConfederacy movement. Alex has used the N word numerous times on his show (in the early days) and is accused of physically assaulting a reporter.

The Illuminati conspiracy crap doesn’t concern me so much, other than it’s just an acceptable visage for the ugly Anti-Semitic, Jews rule the world theory. It’s that Jones is actively engaging in establishing a Shadow Government to replace what he has described as the “Black KKK”.

I think it’s a bit shameful that Hartmann gave this piece of crud any more air time. It’s one thing to interview a Libertarian or Creationist, but Jones is pure evil and is bent taking this country back to before the Civil Rights Movement.

What’s next a Neo-Nazi? Come on Thom, you have more class than that.

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dhymax 4 years 3 weeks ago
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for Political fingers: Thank you for the clear eyed undersanding here. Really all one has to do is look into the confederate constitution and note the differences between that and the US Constitution. Draw a short straight line from there to the tea party, the Pauls of Texas and Kentucky and what free trade/free market looks like when the corporations don't even have to provide housing for their slaves. Also the Know Nothing party (Kentucky) just before the US civil war is an eye opener on the current interest in so-called free trade/free market as well. Jones truly is pure evil and it is a shame that the majority of citizens haven't the interest to find out why their knee jerks every time Jones plays them for sentimental emotional sleepwalkers.

And yes, why does Thom entertain this depraved person at all? I thought we have learned that you don't give air time to terrorists.

alamac 4 years 2 weeks ago
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Alex Jones is a squirrel, but he was right about Obama's servitude to the banksters early on:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAaQNACwaLw

The film is wingnutty, particularly in the second half--but considering when it was published, and considering the source, it nailed the essential problem with the Liar-in-Chief: He's a tool of the financial criminals, put there to do their bidding at the expense of We the People.

Jones has some good points about 9/11, too--at least he doesn't buy into the official pack of lies.

Just sayin'...

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