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Video Update: Alex Jones on Piers Morgan

Thanks to DPer sharpsteve for the YouTubes

Peirs Morgan Vs Alex Jones - The Gun Debate Round 1

http://youtu.be/fEbBM4DG9V0
Peirs Morgan Vs Alex Jones - The Great Gun Debate Round 2

http://youtu.be/JAnKOMex_eQ

CNN: Tonight, Piers Morgan returns for a live discussion on "Guns in America," and faces Alex Jones, the co-creator of White House petition to have Morgan deported. Tonight at 9pm Jones will discuss the petition and explain his strong beliefs on the Second Amendment.

Live Streams for those without cable:

Thanks to DPer David Infinger for breaking the news yesterday.

Jones was detained by the TSA this morning on the way to New York. Thanks to emalvini for alerting us here on the DP.

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Unique Expression vs divisive spewing

I agree with you 100% that it's always best to accept people as they are...HOWEVER, by default AJ is one of the spokeperson's for the liberty movement and MSM uses the tactic of bringing on its news a ranting, screaming foaming at the mouth lunatic to "scare" off many folks who would otherwise be on board with the liberty movement. The point that I think many people here on DP are making is that it is actually "divisive tactic" and AJ is playing into there hands of MSM and giving them exactly what they want....So it is not about controlling someone;s form of expression, it is about using the platform (awarded to very few in the liberty movement) in a way that is smart and effective, that would invite more people into the movement rather then alienate them...

Lastly, if your statement is applied to you - then where your acceptance for the unique expression of others who disagree with AJ's tactic's? When in the end, most folks here are on the same team...we all want liberty...it's ok to disagree about the most effective way to get there...as long as we get there....

Play nice

with the mainstream media ? The same media who alternately ignored and denigrated Ron Paul ? The same mainstream media who reported little on election fraud that likely robbed many RP voters of their vote ?

There are different ways of presenting a message. Some people are influenced by one approach, and others by another. There are people in my own family who completely shut down if information is given to them in an aggressive manner. Others practically need to be yelled at for them to 'get it'. Whatever works.

And some people refuse to hear anything thats 'unpleasant'.

IMO Alex Jones did an excellent job.

I thought the interview was

I thought the interview was great. Said everything that I would have and more. That takes real guts. Of course we can pander to the 10% of voters out there but if any real americans were watching I bet they took notice and enjoyed alex jones.

Is Alex a self made shill?

How could Alex not have the wit to realize he played right into the hands of the MSM...or does he? It's hard to fathom that he just doesn't get that...AJ is in serious need of a PR manager who will tell him some facts about effective social skills.....spewing truth out between spit balls will only attract other spit balling halfwits. ...but maybe that's the point...maybe that part of his brain doesn't connect the dots or it's working on another agenda....It's sadder yet that in between wishing I could tell him to talk right or STF up I found myself at least thankful that maybe he appealed to the senses of some viewers who have no idea that the liberty movement exists, and maybe it will lead them to seeking some truth....

Hopefully they will fly right when they find Ron Paul......holy moly just a wing and a prayer for common sense to become mainstream....

I wonder if CNN...

...had tried to interview John the Baptist in the wilderness if the result would have been similar -- wild, crazed man yelling 'Woe to you brood of vipers!' and ruffling all kinds of feathers of calm, distinguished people. :). I winced at first when I watched Alex rant, but on second thought sometimes the John the Baptist wild man mode or the turning over the moneychangers' tables in the Temple mode might be what's needed to shock people into paying attention?

what about George?

George Washington stirring up the revolutionaries.

Money talks and dogs bark

Two Words ...

Controlled Opposition

If AJ is as bad a threat as you all say WHY is he allowed to be a threat ?

Life is a sexually transmitted disease with a 100% fatality rate.
Don't Give me Liberty, I'll get up and get it myself!

All scripted?! Vintage copyright CNN/NWO... dialectic at work!?

CNN turned on the vacuum... Alex Jones slid down the tube into dialectic land!

Regardless of whether Jones is, as some have opined, CIA, with his history of undercutting the liberty movement with inane sounding rants mixed with truth, he could have spoken 100% truth all night and CNN would still be filling their library with sound bites for tyranny!

Of course a few people will hear truth and be able to bypass the delivery so well calculated to mask that very truth in idiocy, but in the past that has been but a few compared to the masses who will never hear the full text!

By far the better advocate for truth would have been Ron Paul on this very stage, or even Dr. Woods, either of whom would bring truth with cutting precision. They would effectively deliver the total foot-pounds of liberty firepower to the forefront of the debate, an effective knockout which surrounds the audience with real truth understanding and effective plan of change.

That CNN would never allow!

On the other hand, this tirade moderated by Piers is a clear testimony that we the liberty generation have pushed the NWO back to the ropes!

They now need to revert to the tactics of 'using' the likes of Mr. Jones on their show even if for a dialectical strategy hoping to brainwash the electorate away from their new awakening! It is entirely possible that this strategy will prove a sum negative for the NWO in the end, as the people suffer so much already, with more pain on the way. The people have already begun to question the status quo government on nearly every issue.

Doubt is now in vogue!

That is as bad a sign for tyranny as it can be for liberty! The masses are ripe for picking by either side. It is our duty to take full use from any and all strategies for liberty and the awakening of the people!

Therefore the plus for liberty which we can wrest from this unorthodox Jones diatribe, just might in the end outweigh the negative propaganda squeezed from it by the establishment tyrants!

Ron Paul 2016... Get use to it!

Personally, I think Alex's

Personally, I think Alex's performance was a success simply on the basis of instilling DOUBT in the viewer's mind over the agenda of those seeking further restrictions on guns. Alex's classic line of the night was his reference to the purpose of the 2nd amendment, i.e. it wasn't created to protect duck hunters. Despite Alex's demeanor and apparent "craziness", his concerns over the government purchasing millions of rounds of ammunition probably stuck in the minds of the viewers.

Yes,

we all have to seriously wonder why CNN would have Alex Jones on at all.

"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not." (Dr. Seuss)

They Thought Morgan would Run Over Him, of course.

You might also ask why they allowed the internet to prosper. Rockefeller and others said they regretted that.

They think they are gods, but they are not. Sometimes they screw up.

AJ energized those that count when it comes to the 2A - those American citizens who are gunowners will decide if they will give up their Liberty or not.

To collect intel

From facebook,tweets,blogs,website discussions.Whats in your IP address? Some times I feel like someone is watching me. Song by Micheal Jackson.

Money talks and dogs bark

Guess again

Song is by Rockwell with backing vocals from Michael and Jermaine Jackson.
http://youtu.be/7YvAYIJSSZY

I have always loved Alex

As I mentioned last night but this interview was bad, especially when Alex did the fake accent, that made him look bad. He just should have been calm and answer the questions. I have friends who think I'm wacky because of the information I tell them already and I told them to watch Alex, my hero.... and then... I hear the feedback, he is crazy. Hmmm not good, as I said, this was a bad interview. I still will watch Alex but he shouldn't be on TV now, after this interview. On the regular news post on huffington and other news outlets the comments are bashing Alex as we would expect but after his performance faking the accent, made him look kooky. Oh well. We as a movement will still continue!!! We need another fighter out there for us. Gotta be somewhere out there! If Alex reads the comments I want him to know this: Beware of the people you hire!!! Especially the CUTE GIRLS IN HIS OFFICE!!!! Get rid of them!!! And don't hire ANY cute or attractive women!!! As many know, they can be used to bring people down in many ways.

I'm a little upset with the interview.

Not the content, or the fact that Morgan was called out by AJ, but because AJ simply had to maintain from the rants that label us all as tin foil hat wearers, psychotics and CT goofballs.... and he didn't.

It is said you catch more flies with sugar, and it's true. Morgan knew AJ was making himself look like a looney to most of his viewers (you know the type.... they usually watch Faux Noise O'Rielly and Hannity..and shills like Piers) so he took the "moral high road" with the appearance of being polite and let him crucify himself.

AJ screwed the pooch on this one! Just my opinion of course.

If you can read this thank a teacher. Because it's in English thank a soldier!

"The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public's money."
- Alexis de Tocqueville

To all the politically

To all the politically correct pansies out there...

AJ was predicting and warning about 9-11 a little over a month before it happened...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8Hk1-BpXO8

meanwhile...

Many of you haters were busy voting for Bush and McCain. You know who you are.

P.S. Quit picking on the mans attire at the airport! AJ rocks the denim on denim look!

“Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it’s realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy.”
― Ron Paul

And Bill Cooper predicted

And Bill Cooper predicted 9/11 the month before Alex Jones did. So what are you really trying to accomplish with this "Alex Jones did it first" argument?

What were YOU doing for

What were YOU doing for freedom and liberty in 2001 Capt. Liberty?

Let me guess...nothing.

And this isn't about who 'did it first'. This isn't a RACE.

“Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it’s realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy.”
― Ron Paul

What was I doing in 2001? You

What was I doing in 2001? You don't know.

>And this isn't about who 'did it first'.
>AJ was predicting and warning about 9-11 a little over a month before it happened...

And I said Bill Cooper made the 9/11 prediction on June 28, 2001 before Alex Jones did. You ought to credit him, too.

I'll gladly be a politically

I'll gladly be a politically correct pansy by your standards.

Alex Jones is the exact same as all of his mainstream media "foes." Except that he's incapable of remaining mentally calibrated when discussing important topics.

He lies, propagandizes, mongers that fear, speculates, capitalizes on events, shamelessly promotes, ego-trips, bastardizes movements..the list rolls on.

RP is dangerous, so dangerous

your type would never have

your type would never have the courage to defend liberty in this country...that's why I could care less what you think.

“Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it’s realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy.”
― Ron Paul

I won't argue your point.

I won't argue your point. Instead, I'll just say this:

This site is diluted with people who respect the opposite of what Ron Paul and the Founding Fathers represent.

Value tact, not degenerative debate.

Raise your standards otherwise you just play right into the social engineers' hands.

RP is dangerous, so dangerous

I'll just say this...This

I'll just say this...

This site is diluted with people who have weak minds and little courage.

“Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it’s realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy.”
― Ron Paul

I appreciate Alex Jones, but I'm really on the fence

re him.

Morgan is a jerk and we all know that. He deserved to be treated like he was. So does O'Reilly and so does Hannity, etc.

But considering that we live in the Empire of Lies, I also don't trust anyone (well, except for Ron Paul).

I came across this: http://usahitman.com/aj-stratfor/

Again, I don't believe the above post or disbelieve it. I honestly don't know what to believe! Just like with the Sandy Hook thing, I definitely have an inquiring mind and don't want to dismiss anything.

Anyone else have info on this Stratfor thing?

"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not." (Dr. Seuss)

Never saw that before.

You just confused me=/

I never saw it before last week either.

What's confusing?

Maybe I should make a separate post about this.

"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not." (Dr. Seuss)

judge him by the totality of his fruits

Oh the whole does he do more good or more bad?

I say he's done WAAAAAAY more damage to the NWO and the Federal Reserve than...well than anyone I can think of.

Which is a good reason for people to want him out of the way.

I agree, but what about the coverage of Sandy Hook?

It seems that even he has dropped the coverage.

"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not." (Dr. Seuss)

Most of us are aware

the main stream media's job is to lie and propagandize. Recently I have come to the belief, people aren't as willing to believe the lies they have been told by the media but the media is still doing its best to convince us otherwise. I am not as quick to blame the people for being naive and ignorant, as I talk to more and more people and find they are more awake than we are being led to believe. I really think there are a lot more people awake than the powers that be want us to know about. People are realizing the media is trying to form the people's opinion but it is no longer working as people can look around for themselves and see the lies.

Larry Pratt did a good job with his demeanor and Alex Jones did a good job expressing a different demeanor. As long as the word gets out there and people are more or less forced to pay attention to the issues and begin talking about them, it's all good.

If we learned anything from the last primary, it was Ron Paul was far more popular than the media wanted the people to believe, it is the same with everything on the PTB's agenda. We need to give people more credit when we know a lying media is telling us what the people think. Whether it is Larry Pratt or Alex Jones speaking out, just keep getting the word out. As someone else commented, sometimes it takes an Alex Jones personality to get people interested or to snap them out of their daze.

Suicide Pills - Murder Pills - Nailed It

Alex did a good job , maybe came on a little to strong , but that's his style.

And I must say he does have a large pair, with some of that info about 911 - building 7 sad part is he's spot on

That Piers Morgan fellow is a total shit bag & probably feared for his safety as ole Alex might of come out of his chair in round 3 and bitch slapped that scumbag

Those of you who find fault with Alex after watching these videos - Don't Belong On A Site Such As This One

"You Cannot Stop An Idea Whose Time Has Come"