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Today On The 'Alex Jones' Show (Sunday Edition)...Infowars.com 4pm - 6pm CT

Today On The 'Alex Jones' Show (Sunday Edition)...Infowars.com 4pm - 6pm CT

On this Sunday, February 19 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex broadcasts live from the road in Dallas, Texas. He talks with Underwear bomber witness and Michigan attorney Kurt Haskell and former newspaper journalist and New York Times best-selling author Jim Marrs. He also covers a number of current issues, including more steps in a move toward an attack on Iran and a war in the Middle East that will expand into a Third World War and deal a final blow to a teetering global economy as a ruthless corporate and bankster elite attempt to consolidate power and usher in a New World Order and its authoritarian police state control grid.


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Why is this post in "Ron Paul 2012"?


Perhaps "Off Topic" might be a better place for this.

We all want progress, but if you're on the wrong road, progress means doing an about-turn and walking back to the right road; in that case, the man who turns back soonest is the most progressive.

-C. S. Lewis

PaulWorldwide's picture

If you listen to the show

If you listen to the show today, it's a love feast for Ron Paul.
His presidencial campain is metioned several times, a guy that was interwiewed even had a Paul-button on.
IMO Jones is a fighter for liberty and trying to expose corruption as best as he can.

SteveMT's picture

Bump: Listening now.

This underwear bomber event is not a joke; it's justified paranoia, IMO.

Alex Jone is total Cointel pro!

Jones is NOT on our side: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TACalwg360c

I went back and forth for years on this

What I decided for myself was that Alex is human just like everyone else, and you can bet he's had his fair share of disinfo foisted upon him that led him astray, just like we all have. Take the Y2K episode for example. He was an up and coming radio star at the time, and if you listen to that broadcast it's almost as if he was reading from a script that someone was feeding him to make him sound crazy. I think he's slowly but surely learned a lot since those days.

Besides, it just doesn't make sense for TPTB to rely on a loose canon like him. Most cointelpro is more single minded in their focus (see Hal Turner on the Amero for example), and Alex covers such a wide range of issues that there's no way they could be controlling him. As for the question "well then why don't they just kill him?", frankly I think it's because he does come off as crazy pretty often, so they don't see as nearly the threat that a more scholarly NPR type would be delivering the same information.

That's my 98¢ (adjusted for inflation of course)

Looks like Alex was

Looks like Alex was misinformed and confused. Lol pointing fingers and accusing them of cointelpro is damaging to any cause and everyone in that video was guilty of it (except for the girl trying to explain to him her perception of the rally), this is just the result of another one of "their" tactics. In-fighting. Everyone should just stop trying to be the policemen of liberty rallies lol. You'd think people could learn this stuff from watching our overlords lol.

"I send you out as sheep in the midst of wolves, be wise as a serpent and harmless as a dove."

And You totally joined the DP

And You totally joined the DP 6 days ago, LOL!
Cointelpro much???

How do you

come up with shit like this? At the worst Alex Jones was grandstanding. I didn't really like what he did either but Alex can get a little manic sometimes, and he is very theatrical, and has a huge ego.

Alex Jones i a hero

He often has Ron Paul on his show and he always supports Ron Paul.

Maybe you are not "on our side".


Jones is DEFINITELY a RON PAUL supporter.....have never heard him say anything different!!!

Thanks for the Reminder!

AJ on the road again.

"I, __________, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic."


There is no duration defined in the Oath

He makes me nervous when he

He makes me nervous when he drives while hosting...

"I send you out as sheep in the midst of wolves, be wise as a serpent and harmless as a dove."

Does he really

broadcast from a moving vehicle sometimes? I certainly wouldn't want to encounter a hyped-up Alex Jones on the highway.. Talk about road rage! lol

Yea, and when you put it that

Yea, and when you put it that way it makes me even more paranoid!!

"I send you out as sheep in the midst of wolves, be wise as a serpent and harmless as a dove."