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Many odd things

Despite the many odd things, the fact that Alex Jones is a current phenomenon measures something.

I mean: even if he is a managed gate keeper, by some measures, that is a fact that measures the existence of something kept out of somewhere.

The fable of the tar baby may apply here too.

http://americanfolklore.net/folklore/2010/07/brer_rabbit_mee...

Meaning: Even if Alex Jones is another example of diversion, like the long legacy of such people, some of the truth is being spread along with the omissions, secrets if they are secrets, ignorance, misdirection, whatever, and so the readership, the audience, is being thrown into that briar patch - in my opinion.

In other words: even if an Alex Jones, or even a Ross Perot, or even a Ron Paul, is a plant, planted to maintain the gate, to keep the victims away from the truth, the gate is opening more in each case.

The demand for accurate information is being fed some, along with the supply of counterfeit information.

Case in point:

Suppose that Alex Jones is in some way connected to a competitor of The FED where the competitor wants to take over the Legal Supply of money in America, and they want to return to a Gold and Silver Legal Money System.

It will still be a Monopoly Power at a National Level, for that group, and so they are in some way backing Alex Jones, pulling the strings on Alex Jones. Something like that, which is wild speculation, could explain a reason for avoiding any mention of legalized competition in money markets from one end of the country to the other, and that preserves that Monopoly legal Money Power, where one group is trying to take over the power from another group.

I've been removed from the Alex Jones forum before I migrated to this forum. My main tune is Legal Money Competition, and that is why I think Ron Paul is the real deal, especially when compared to Alex Jones, or even Jesse Ventura.

Competition proves the point.

Who serves the interests of individual Liberty more when comparing Alex Jones as a news source with CBS as a news source?

This is all part of the Dictators Dilemma, which is a way of measuring the Power Struggle between Liberty and Crime made legal.

If you don't like the term Crime made Legal, then think in terms of The Free Market versus Competition as the same thing, the same Power Struggle.

Here is a good explanation of The Dictator's Dilemma, complete with a handy chart:

http://www.rand.org/pubs/rgs_dissertations/RGSD127/sec2.html

http://www.power-independence.com/forum/view_topic.php?id=80...

Here is a record of some of my work on the Alex Jones forum:

http://www.power-independence.com/forum/view_topic.php?id=67...

One way communication, such as television, or radio, books, print media in general, allows a Dictator to Monopolize the transfer of information from their point of origin out to the many people connected to that one source, one way, which is not the same thing as two way communication like a telephone.

Television is much better for Dictators who expose many people to specific forms of information, including disinformation or deceit.

Telephones are much worse for Dictators as many individuals can speak to many individuals one at a time, and the talk can be point, counter point, or two way communication.

The World Wide Web, on the other hand, is nearly a case of perfect Market Anarchism where anyone can speak to everyone anytime, with very few people (relatively speaking) who are not allowed to enter the market.

See?

Who had access to half time advertizement time during the Super Bowl in 1990, and now almost anyone can reach the same number of people IF their message is competitive.

Before the World Wide Web the flow of information was bottled up, like a genie in a bottle, but the genie is now out of the bottle, so Alex Jones shows up.

Friend or Foe?

True or False?

Powerful, productive, mutually beneficial, competitive, accurate, moral information or counterfeit?

Alex Jones offers original sources to back up a lot of the information offered competitively in the new age of information anarchy.

Who can complain?

We have to end The FED by refusing to use their counterfeit money.

We have to end the IRS by refusing to send criminals any more of our power as they WILL use our power against us.

We have to stop dressing up, ourselves, or our children, in uniforms to then be abused by criminals with counterfeit authority, and that will bring the troops home, because they don't even leave home.

Alex Jones won't, can't, replace our POWER to be IN Liberty, nor can Ron Paul.

I do agree, however, that Alex Jones is not offering full disclosure on legal money competition - which is not the way to move toward Liberty and not the way to move away from Legal Monopoly Power (fraud and extortion made legal).

Joe