I have a few entries I have been working on for a few days. But I had a journey of web links that led me back to Alex Jones’ websites. I actually feel a bit foolish for trying to dissect The Obama Deception... knowing already that it was an Alex Jones Production.
Anyone that knows me personally, knows that I am a not a conspiracy theorist . . . I believe many of these deceptions of government control and exercises in power are not theories, but merely facts. I frequently cite Operation Ajax in reference to the situations in the Middle East. I talk about the Opium Wars, Commodore Perry in Japan, Oliver North, elite manipulation, false consciousness, government assassinations and the list really goes on. These are not “theories.” We know about Operation Ajax, it has been declassified.
I do have suspicions of other events, and vocalize them when appropriate. Like in the assassination of Patrice Lumumba. Not long ago, documents were declassified that showed the CIA was, in fact, involved in the displacement of the elected President of the Democratic Republic of Congo in favor of the murderous bastard Mobutu Sese Seko.
When I read the works of Alex Jones, I am initially left with little reaction. I have tried to watch several of his dozens of films. Some of his conclusions are about as sound as the Flying Spaghetti Monster or New Age wizards that talk about the healing properties of crystals the aliens left on Earth. He has made so many films, I cannot believe that there has been any laborious research involved in any of them. These movies come out faster than Steven King cranks out a new book.
Not long ago, I attempted to watch Terrorstorm. It is billed as “A History of Government-Sponsored Terrorism” – which sounds well enough. Upon watching this film, it became clear that, although it was not exactly false, there were a lot of broad leaps and gaps of missing information.