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To the Minions of Alex Jones

Are there any terrorists in the world or is every single act of terrorism a plot by the New World Order?

And, if there are no terrorists, then how can any of you be a Ron Paul fan when Ron Paul believes that 9-11 was a terrorist attack. Does anybody remember when Ron Paul took on Rudy Giuliani by saying 9-11 was a derivative of our foreign policy? Kind of proves that he doesn't believe Dick Cheney did it, doesn't it?

That being said, I ask the question again. Are there any terrorists out there?

Are Ron Paul and the rest of us still "sleeping?"

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When I watched Alex on Piers Morgan's show

I was very proud of him. It was like he was there on my behalf. I was so excited to see him yelling back at him and putting him in his place finally. Piers doesn't have respect for nobody and he talks over everyone he disagrees with. This time he got to see what it feels like to be yelled at. About Alex's conspiracies, all he does is point out what another venue has said and links straight to the source where ever it is. He gets his news from mainstream newspapers and video clips where there are facts and admissions buried in section E or on the news on TV mentioned only one time and never heard of again. This is where this info comes from. Alex only brings it together in a compilation all in one place to make it easy for us to see what is going on. Just follow the link to see that it was not something that Alex just made up. Then if you want to criticize someone, why don't you start by writing the newspapers. I have listened to Alex for almost ten years now and from day one, I did my vetting, I followed his links and found out that he was telling the truth.



(That's what you like, right?)

I am not an Alex Jones "minion"

(his delivery annoys me immensely) However, I do occasionally link into what he has to say by way of this (DP) website and because I recently did so, I feel compelled to reply. It was a tape of his show as he was getting the first reports of the Boston bombing. Yes, he did lean on the side of "this could be a false flag by the NWO" but he certainly did not claim it was the only possible explanation. You really have to stop and listen and avoid the initial reaction to his ranting. I believe that while AJs hysterics make one pause to pay attention, they also cause one to miss much of what he is saying...too bad:(

Also too bad are those that find it difficult to filter past the hysterics to make baseless claims about him :(

But then again, I don't believe that we who do are the targets for his message :)


Wow, it appears that some people (a lot of people on here, which is why I haven't been around much) refuse to have a legitimate discussion on the topic. The OP never declared that no terrorism could be backed by the NWO crowd, just a proposal as to whether the other extreme might be just as absurd.

What's amazing here

is the 133 downvotes. I have almost never seen 133 upvotes, and I don't feel like this thing is way off the mark.

I agree with the dude: if literally everything is a false flag, then there is no terrorist activity at all, which is silly.

Either there is blowback, or everything is a false flag, but both can't be true.

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I'm relatively new to AJ but...

...I've heard him say several times that there ARE actual terrorists. He just thinks that most of the high-profile stuff are false-flags. The official story on 9/11 has SO MANY holes that it's hard to believe that people still buy it. But then again, it's very easy to believe because "make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it."

Actually, +133 is

Actually, +133 is light.


Terror is an intangible

Terror is an intangible invisible abstract concept.

Their are Warriors and Criminals using an idea tactic they formulated in their noggins.

Why make an un-winnable war on the thought process?

AJ just puts it on the global scale:

There are people and corporations orchestrating and profiting off these wars, playing the two sides off each other & hedging their bets. So what Ron Paul says about blowback from US foreign policy and the conspiracy theory can both be true, in fact they go hand-in-hand.


Alex Jones had made quite a bit of money off of these wars too.

here lies the death of critical thinking.


Homeland security statement: patriotism is now considered terrorism.
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This is the worst kind of post.

Aside from being childish, it's self-defeating.

I'm one of those people that listen to talk radio---LOTS of talk radio. Alex Jones, Michael Savage, Jerry Doyle, Peter Schiff, Glenn Beck, Limbaugh. Are all of them hypocrites? Yes. All people are hypocrites to some extent. Just because someone listens to someone and agree with them from time to time does NOT make one a 'minion.'

That said, all terrorist attacks that we've seen in this country have been covered up to some extent. 'Officials' have changed the stories, media has changed its narrative, and 'officials' have literally refused to answer questions during investigations. We've all seen it. And when an 'official' gives Congressional testimony saying messed up things like getting an order to "stand down" (it happened during Benghazi AND 9/11 hearings), you label us "minions" for looking into it simply because Alex Jones is the only one that talks about it? It's absurd. Agreeing with Alex Jones does not make one a "minion."

The "Noble Lie" has an entire chapter dedicated to it in Ron Paul's book "Liberty Defined", as well is the term "demagogue". We all know that even if Ron Paul believed that someone on "our side" helped Al Qaeda carry out terrorist attacks on our own people, he wouldn't make this view public because if he did, he would not be invited on ANY shows to spread the message of Liberty. Ever. He would lose all credibility because the majority of people still think that Bush/Clinton/Obama really care about the American people, and never heard of Operation Northwoods or Gladio, or don't even know what C-SPAN is.

Are there some people that see conspiracy in everything? Yes. However, I'm sure there are more people out there that DON'T question things and have their blinders on than there are people that think everything is a conspiracy. And I'd rather have the latter. At least they woke up to the fraud that is the two party system and fiat money.

Well said.

Who are the sheep really? A lot of people are so quick to believe every nutty conspiracy that comes out, and Alex Jones is making big money off these people's paranoia, no doubt.

I'm pro...

Making money...Aren't you?

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Not if making money...

...is by way of deception.

I have not caught Alex Jones...

Lying yet...I guess I will just have to keep listening, and buying Tangy Tangerine and the InfoWars Magazine, renewing my PrisonPlanet.tv subscription, and on days like the Boston bombing I will do the same thing I did when Dan Bidondi (sp) changed the propaganda info line of the obviously flawed line of info coming from law enforcement...I sent AJ 100 USD....Yep; That is right...I'm one of the assholes that is encouraging Alex Jones to keep up the GOOD work...I might add that he has done more than me or you today to promote liberty and freedom...Good news is...He even made some money doing it...Although; This week he claimed he isn't taking any of his prospected earnings this year for himself...That could be a lie..We will see...

Bad food, worse weather, please rEVOLution the states so I can bring my family back home!
Rosa Koire for for President!

You haven't caught Alex lying yet?

If you think Alex Jones...

...doesn't make money off people's paranoia about conspiracies, then you're naive as well.

Once again...

I'm pro making money...And making money off paranoia about conspiracies doesn't mean he is being dishonest..."conspiracies exist" and "just because your paranoid doesn't mean they aren't watching"...I'm all for his program...Period...

Bad food, worse weather, please rEVOLution the states so I can bring my family back home!
Rosa Koire for for President!

FYI, that's "you're" paranoid

Not "your paranoid." "You're" is the contraction for "you are."


You're correct...I'm just a moron...I cut and pasted it from someone else...But I do like that you chose that as a response...

Bad food, worse weather, please rEVOLution the states so I can bring my family back home!
Rosa Koire for for President!

There's your mistake:

LIstening to people who don't even know simple grammar.

RP says

"I am convinced that there are more threats to American liberty within the 10 mile radius of my office on Capitol Hill than there are on the rest of the globe." Ron Paul

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No King but Jesus, no President but Ron Paul

Sure but...

...what does that have to do with conspiracies?

I suggest you read Ron Paul's books such as "End the Fed" and "Liberty Defined." Then maybe you'll understand what he meant by that statement.

You dont want a debate

this whole thread was made just so you could call AJ supporters "minions".
How do you expect good debate when you start with an insult? This is a worthless thread.

Remember, since you are using Dr.Paul to make a point...he has said he would support an independent investigationof what took place on 9/11. That doesnt sound like someone who has made up their mind about 9/11. It would have done him absolutely no good while running for POTUS to suggest that the US government pulled off the 9/11 bombings. He has certainly NOT been supportive of the 9/11 commision report, that is for sure.

I'd rather have a bottle in front o' me than a frontal lobotomy

I stand by the minion comment

He makes a lot of money off of his servile followers without proof of anything.

I agree that their should be an independent investigation into 9/11. In fact, I don't know what happened on 9/11, I wasn't there. I don't mindlessly believe the government and I don't mindlessly believe Alex Jones. I'm a minion of nobody, I follow no one, which is more than I can say for 90% of the people commenting on this post.

Drop the chains of your ideological masters and think for yourself. Liberty is not a legal battle, it's a philosophical battle. 9/11 truth doesn't matter. Showing people the chains they can't see is everything.

Not supportive...

...of the 9/11 Commission Report because it does not conclude the BLOWBACK.

Ron Paul has stated clearly that he would support an independent investigation as to government NEGLIGENCE. He has NEVER believed the conspiracy theory and has made that very clear many times.

Are there any terrorists out there?

Sure, but some of them are also on the government payroll.

3 years ago the FED was a conspiracy theory to most

3 years ago the idea that the FED manipulated most of the financial world was a conspiracy theory to most.
now its common knowledge...

just remember that most conspiracy theories put out by AJ over the last 15 years would have seemed impossible and insane 15 years ago.
he may not be as far off as you think he is...

he has turned his program into a sensationalist system and I don't really watch anymore... but that doesn't change the fact that he has been prophetic in nature and woke up millions of people(including me)

Tools of war are not always obvious. The worst weapon is an idea planted in the mind of man. Prejudices can kill, suspicion can destroy, and a thoughtless, frightened search for a scapegoat has an everlasting fallout all of its own.