The Alex Jones thread

eskimobobseal

Pelican
Gold Member
Does anyone here listen to Alex Jones? What's the general consensus on him around here?

I feel like he's moderated himself a little bit these days but I'm a huge fan. Love his rants and agree with probably 99% of his political views. He's also done a great job promoting masculinity and has an amazing crew (Paul Watson frequently destroys SJW psychopaths and feminazis)

Any Infowarriors here?
 

Sam Malone

Ostrich
Gold Member
RE: Alex Jones

I've listened to him a few times, usually to get an alternate perspective on whatever issue the mainstream media is putting their own spin on.

I take his opinions, those of the MSM, a couple of overseas news outlets, and (if available) what may be a topic here on the forum. And compare the FACTS between all of them.

Then I form my own conclusions.
 

Castelnau

Woodpecker
RE: Alex Jones

I'm a big fan, I listen to him everyday. I'm not convinced on a lot of stuff he says but he's a lot more credible than the MSM at this point.

When you look at the insane situation going on in Europe with muslim immigrants and refugees the idea of a shadowy global elite deliberately trying to implode Europe and other western nations does not seem that crazy.
 
Been listener of his for about 11 years now, I like it when he stays on point and not go off on a rant as this could turn potential newbies off his message, the media uses this type of stuff to paint him as a nut.

He was right about Obama and I am hoping the same is true for Trump.

Solid content and a lot of out there stuff that really makes you question the world we live in. Some of the best interviews I've ever listened to were on The Alex Jones Show
 

brick tamland

Kingfisher
He's put out a lot of content over the years. But there are questions about his credibility. He's accused of being an intelligence asset, whose purpose is to disseminate what is known as 'limited hangouts' , which are smaller amounts of objective truth about actual government conspiracies. Meanwhile it's just a honey pot as the real objective is for Alex's sites and shows to be a barometer of resistance and dissent within the sector of the population that follows him (or conspiracies in general) and would oppose the State. The ethnicity of his ex-wife was a smoking gun by itself as is his apparent blacking out of certain subject matter.
William Cooper covered some of the same subject matter as Alex but he was murdered by police a few weeks after 9/11. He apparently warned people about Alex.
 

Roosh

Cardinal
Stephen Colbert seems jealous of Alex Jones:


 
Roosh said:
Stephen Colbert seems jealous of Alex Jones:

It's funny how all of those alumni of The Daily Show like Colbert, Trevor Noah, Samantha Bee, Larry Wilmore, and John Oliver went on to have their own shows.

Not one of them is funny. It's just snark after snark after snark. But there is money to be made in entertaining clueless millennials and soothing their fragile sensibilities.
 

Sherman

Ostrich
I don't think he is funny at all. And the mechanical laughter of the too comfortable to be intelligent morons in the audience is irritating. They can make Trump and Alex Jones look ridiculous only because they have the power. It would be so easy for an intelligent conservative comedian to make fun of the childish and pompous behavior of the liberals and the left. The material there is endless. But their voices are silent because ridicule of those who rule us is not allowed.
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Gold Member
TigerMandingo said:
It's funny how all of those alumni of The Daily Show like Colbert, Trevor Noah, Samantha Bee, Larry Wilmore, and John Oliver went on to have their own shows.
Not one of them is funny. It's just snark after snark after snark. But there is money to be made in entertaining clueless millennials and soothing their fragile sensibilities.

& Colbert doesn't see that mocking someone for being a biased mouthpiece isn't a touch hypocritical...?
 

911

Peacock
Gold Member
BPAs act as a powerful endocrine disruptor that can mimic estrogen. They are widely found in the plastic linings of American food containers. The more acidic the content, the more BPA will leach into the food or beverage, so items like orange juice that Jones mentioned will do more damage. It's likely that BPAs and other estrogen mimickers like soy products have been contributing to the feminization of young American men, who have been exposed to this crap from the womb on. They might have also been contributing to increased obesity rates.

BPAs have been banned in several countries (not so much in the US though), but unfortunately their substitutes and many other plastics also have similar adverse health effects:

"a 2011 study researchers looked at 455 common plastic products and found that 70% tested positive for estrogenic activity. After the products had been washed or microwaved the proportion rose to 95%. The study concluded: "Almost all commercially available plastic products we sampled, independent of the type of resin, product, or retail source, leached chemicals having reliably-detectable EA [endocrine activity], including those advertised as BPA-free. In some cases, BPA-free products released chemicals having more EA than BPA-containing products."

Bittner, George. "Estrogenic chemicals often leach from BPA-free plastic products that are replacements for BPA-containing polycarbonate products.". Environmental Health
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BPAs are interesting though, because they were originally developed and tested as a hormonal drug, so their effect was very well-known right from the start. Bisphenol-A was not used as a drug for long because it caused cancer and birth defects in women and their babies. Thus their prevalent use in household products points to a degree of criminal neglect from the authorities and industries. A more sinister interpretation of this product as a deliberate attack on males and reproductive health is a very short leap...

Once more James Corbett is absolutely on target:

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[video=yahoo]9dkJeLxFWJY[/MEDIA] tl;dr : Jones 1 - Oliver 0.
 
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