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Alex Jones will be on the Piers Morgan show live!

Video Update here

I just heard Alex say that he would be in New York tomorrow night (1-7-13) live on Piers Morgan show on CNN. I want everyone to watch this show. It should be one of the best shows that Alex has ever done.

Alex will not take any crap from that little Communist. I don't ever watch TV but I plan to be there with bells and whistles on tomorrow night.

It will be an experience that Piers will not expect or be ready for in my humble opinion.

http://youtu.be/slcbwe5op5w
(Thanks SteveMT)




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LOL!!

Yeah, the guy who's given copious air time in the last dozen years to Ron Paul, Tom Woods, Mike Adams, Gerald Celente, Lew Rockwell, Jesse Ventura, Catherine Austin Fitts, Sibel Edmonds, Jesse Trentadue, Jim Marrs, Richard Gage, Russell Means, G. Edward Griffin, Larry Pratt, and hundreds of others is really helping out the NWO. With friends like AJ, the NWO will be defeated in no time.

Yeesh.

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"Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it." -- Joseph Goebbels

alex pursued them for the interviews...

...they didn't pursue Alex and beg to get EXPOSURE and fame...think about it...

You Have a Right to Your Opinion

about AJ. Some people here like him, some hate him, some are indifferent to him. Anyway around it he is going to be there. He at least makes out like he is a rebel. Personally I think we should just get what good we can from whatever sources we can find and trust none. I learned not to trust anything anymore. Nothing is as it seems. (So it seems) Hah.

skippy

So? Then that speaks even

So? Then that speaks even better of AJ.

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"Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it." -- Joseph Goebbels

LOL

Everyone is controlled except the people who speak your language, right?

Common sense says....

They that give up liberty for security deserve neither.

Truth, they both suck

but it should be fun to watch.

They that give up liberty for security deserve neither.

Troll you are!

YOU are prolly a government paid traitor. Alex a shill for the NWO?

Hahahaha hahahaha.

You idiot or liar.

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford

that brit piece of garbage is

that brit piece of garbage is bringing alex jones on his show to discredit the pro-gun crowd.

and ALL Ron Paul supporters as...

...truthers, conspiracy theory nutjobs, militia armed to the hilt in their mom's basement brainwashed by AJ's show, cop-haters, and Democrat-bashers....

Alex is a catch-all face of the movement....by design...same game as the others; the hook is 90%
Truth to gain a following, then do something stupid to embarrass us all....

Most of us are the mature crowd, disgusted with cronyism, not collectivised so easily, and yearning for true Statesmanship to define our politics once again....not trigger-happy unemployed rag-tag militia excited to get on with the bloodshed between the common folk and the State.

We know we're being provoked and squeezed, but we're on to the Hollywood ruse that corrupted the church in America, hijacked the Tea Party Ron Paul's 2007 initiative started, and the acceleration of Alex Jones documentaries and Jesse Ventura regurgitations of old wounds and deceit are meant to net us as "trouble-makers"...

Better to abandon AJ, than let him take us down....his crap ain't that popular anymore, he shot his wad already....he should have left the studio and become a DELEGATE himself; his act is old.

Alex is embracing this opportunity.

I Have Mixed Thoughts on AJ

So I take him with a grain of salt. He is self-serving without a doubt and rude as hell to his callers but he DOES manage to give me info I don't see anywhere else from time to time. I quit fully trusting him when he stopped promoting Ron Paul during the campaign when Ron was gaining lots of momentum. Just when AJ should have been pushing hard for RP he totally shut up about him. THEN he was one of the first to pounce on him when Rand endorsed Romney until his viewers told him to shut the f up about RP! SO, like I said, I take him with a grain of salt. He seems genuinely worried about the gun issue though. He has kids ya know. Their future is at stake here too.

skippy

when he repositions his body...

...and squints his eyes as he looks into the camera to make some assailant point, I just get ready to laugh, or puke....he's such an actor now!!!

SWEET!!!!!!!!!!!!

I only watched that show when Ron Paul was on it and a very few others when there was a subject of interest. A.J. on there...I will watch. That will be pure entertainment seeing him put Piers in his place. Anyway, the ratings won't be for Piers, it will be ratings about who supports liberty. And who knows...maybe we can catch more fish in the net with it.

I don't watch that crap

But God Speed A.J.

CNN is desperate for viewers

CNN is desperate for viewers and they know that we tuned them out and turned them off en masse over the past few years, so they are now getting liberty minded guests like Jesse Ventura and Alex Jones to boost their ratings. Unfortunately for them I'mnot falling for it and stopped watching CNN and the MSM a little over a year now and have never looked back. This will be good however, in hopes that it may wake a few more people up. I do hope to watch it later via YouTube or InfoWars and I also hope he's on for the whole hour and not just a segment.

I think I will tune in for this one.

If the ratings are high for people who stand for liberty, maybe they will have them on more often. If anything, we'll get entertainment out of seeing Piers look stupid again.

If Alex can contain himself

he has some great points. But usually he can't contain himself so his delivery detracts from the content.

Yep

Hope he can play it semi-cool. If so he will win the exchange. If not he will still be right, but making that apparent to the audience is the name of the game, and he may fail at that to an extent.

lol, guess that was a no

lol, guess that was a no

our views are going mainstream!!!!

....Alex speaks for everyone in this movement!!!!

Oh yippee, I hope our hero does well....I will pray for this unscripted event!!!!

He won't do ANY damage to our momentum and credibility, or legitimate concerns and sound arguments....I'm sure they'll talk about the fiscal cliff and debt ceiling....oh, that's right, they're going to disarm everyone BEFORE the next round of QE.

"....Alex speaks for everyone in this movement!!!!"

No, he doesn't.

Haha!

My thoughts exactly. He sure as hell isn't MY hero!

The world is my country, all mankind are my brethren, and to do good is my religion.
-Thomas Paine

Unbelievable!

Voted down because Alex Jones is not my hero, really??? I guess it's NOT unbelievable. It's just sad.

The world is my country, all mankind are my brethren, and to do good is my religion.
-Thomas Paine

you have a lot to learn about...

...how the other side plays....

Larry Pratt accomplished plenty....we don't need any help....especially from a guy who felt it necessary to mention Ron Paul's name in his 6 minute Obama-bashing Sandy Hook video on the SAME day....

Either,

I misinterpreted your sarcasm, or you should learn better communication skills. Because if it's the latter, your contradictory comments are confusing.

I am venting....

...I am taking every opportunity on this thread to WARN people how AJ is positioned to hurt our gains.....I didn't mean to imply you yourself have been duped into following our"advancements" through his media empire alone.

No offense intended....bad communication that time..definitely!!!!

I see.

That's good, then. Thank you. I have thought of a few ways I believe Alex is going to go "crackpot" on Piers' show.

If he doesn't purposely sabotage himself (and whoever he's "siding" with, as he almost always does,) I'd be surprised.

And if he does, there is going to be the groups of regular Alex apologists, offering laughable "defenses."

Alex wasn't invited to guest on Piers' show because he's going to make himself and those who he "sides" with look good.

thanks for allowing me to explain...

...all Alex Jones needed to do between Ron Paul's two presidential runs was.....become a DELEGATE....or, show up at one Republican Party meeting in his own back yard and confront/attempt to persuade the PTB that Dr. Paul was a statesman worthy of consideration....but he didn't....he didn't LEAD...he went on building his media empire, ranting wildly about the police state, which is as fruitless as right-wing Christian K-street pro-family lobbyists apologizing for Romney with respect to ending abortion, homosexuality, and federal spending as a sales pitch for DOLLARS...

The man has zero credibility as a patriot anymore...he serves money, and his masters who finance his documentaries and media empire...it's not his listening audience; we gave more money to Ron Paul moneybombs than him.

Butting in here

I am as average a Joe as you can possibly imagine: meaning I have absolutely no connections to anyone paying me do do anything, but I was on the ballot for a U.S. Congress seat in 1996, so I was in the hot seat at a few organized events. One was a debate, another a local radio show, and many talks with voters who I had to ask for them to sign a piece of paper that allowed me on the ballot without having to find a whole lot money that I did not have (still don't have).

You have to start thinking in other people's shoes, it seems to me, and this guy Alex Jones, or that guy Jessy Ventura, or Gerald Celente, even Ron Paul. Get in their shoes a minute. Those who appear not to be polished (picture perfect) are either very good at pretending to be imperfect or there is something genuine about them that is not genuine about the "Talking Heads" or whatever you want to call the people who are groomed to lie.

Many people I talk to have told me that Ron Paul isn't a good speaker, he doesn't "have what it takes" or some other phrase that clues me in.

It will take another 10 years of experience for you to get it, perhaps, but time may not allow it, or time will allow it, but failure to get up to speed soon, if not now, is just that: failure.

If I were to have a video recording of the debate I was in or the radio show during my public speaking days, then I'd see me as a complete fool, but what did I say?

Look people, I said, the criminals have taken over the government and if we are a self-governing people then it may be a good time to look in the mirror before you project your self-image onto other people in judgment - you may be the source of the lies.

Joe

Hey, how's it going?

I try to think in other peoples' shoes. I have also debated, with myself, as to whether Alex is:

a) Genuine;
b) Was genuine, but subsequently bought off or threatened;
c) A fake, ie. all about the money;
d) Intelligence/counterintelligence, such as CIA or FBI;
e) Genius.

Initially, when I used to be a fan of Alex, I thought of (and steadfastly defended) him as 'a'. However, as time went on, I became torn between 'd' & 'e', and at present, I've settled on 'd'. Although, I had tried to give significant benefit of the doubt, and say 'e'.

Alex being 'genius' would be in such a way that: he brings enough truth forward, but incrementaly, while at the same time causing [sometimes significant] damage to the good side and making himself appear not to be a "full threat," thereby keeping himself alive longer to fight another day.

I used to listen to Alex's radio show daily, I quit in approximately 2006. I even created a SoundClick account (for hosting audio snippets) using the name 'InfoWarrior': http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page_music.cfm?bandID=355179 (click 'full song info' to see upload dates.) My point being, I'm not some random Alex basher.

It's funny you mention "It will take another 10 years of experience for you to get it," because it's now 2013, and I have been paying attention to Alex since 2003 - so 10 years. That comment is just funny to me lol.

A major problem with Alex, is that he has been a very vocal public speaker, and guested on many TV shows, for more than 10 years. But he still usually goes "crackpot," sabotaging any good effort put forward. I believe it's purposeful. It doesn't matter how much truth you present; if you go crazy and discredit it. I don't trust Alex any more.

Ron Paul is a great public speaker. The only things, I think, that detract are time-limits, and not having written speeches (admirable and intelligent, but also leads to sometime longwinded, drawn out answers that answer several other sometime connected things at the same time.)

He's also very smart, and has repeated many things he says, over and over many different times, so it's almost like he "expects" most of those listening, to already know what he means, if he trails off or doesn't fully answer each detail.

You shouldn't group Ron Paul's name with Jones or Ventura.

Get it.

Meaning of Get it: Stop believing in abject falsehood without question.

I think you get it, and I agree with your assessment based upon my own limited capacity to know better.

Here:

"It's funny you mention "It will take another 10 years of experience for you to get it," because it's now 2013, and I have been paying attention to Alex since 2003 - so 10 years. That comment is just funny to me lol."

On the other hand: I think the same things about Ron Paul for the same reasons.

Hence: I continue to doubt myself as well as Alex Jones, Ron Paul, Jessey Ventura, Gerald Celente, who else: Edward G. Griffin, Sibel Edmonds, Noam Chomsky, Carl Hess, Patrick Henry, George Mason?

"It doesn't matter how much truth you present; if you go crazy and discredit it. I don't trust Alex any more."

Here I am butting in again. The lunacy feeling, and acting, in my experience builds over time; hence the warning. Getting it can be very tough at times and in my case there were specific times that breaking down the internal brainwashing (feeling all secure with "things" and having no interest in "the animated contest of freedom", and blind obedience to falsehood without question deep, deep, deep, in my soul) suddenly became foreign as if a devil was found lurking and seen as an infection. Suddenly becoming very scared, terrorized, sad, morbid, overly sympathetic, powerless, ruined, defeated, depressed, empty, whatever, suddenly, very powerfully altered.

How does such things affect someone else? I can guess.

"It doesn't matter how much truth you present; if you go crazy and discredit it. I don't trust Alex any more."

Hence: I don't trust my own capacity to conclude anything other than one absolute truth that I know to be true and every attempt to disprove it proves it each time.

Beyond that, to me, is subject to a need to reserve an unreasonable doubt until such time as new information can reason that doubt out.

So far this is one thing that can't be subject to any doubt, as stated.

"Ron Paul is a great public speaker. The only things, I think, that detract are time-limits, and not having written speeches (admirable and intelligent, but also leads to sometime longwinded, drawn out answers that answer several other sometime connected things at the same time.)"

The viewpoint you had just explained in reference to Alex Jones, in my opinion: applies as well to Ron Paul, in my experience. I have personal experience with Ron Paul. I do not have personal experience with Alex Jones.

Put this way: I trust myself to be more qualified to be President than either Ron Paul or Alex Jones, but I would interview both for positions of authority in my Presidency, even if I was only the President of babysitting my own children.

"He's also very smart, and has repeated many things he says, over and over many different times, so it's almost like he "expects" most of those listening, to already know what he means, if he trails off or doesn't fully answer each detail."

Then:

"You shouldn't group Ron Paul's name with Jones or Ventura."

In my world you can claim to know what I should do or what I should not do, but that is your claim.

Ron Paul avoids the obviously very serious crime during the events of September 11th 2001. Alex Jones and Jessy Ventura do not avoid the obviously very serious crime during the events of September 11th 2001.

Which crime am I speaking about?

So you say:

"You shouldn't group Ron Paul's name with Jones or Ventura."

I say, sure, you are right, at least Jones and Ventura are not aiding and abetting the worst criminals ever in America by covering up their crimes for them.

Joe