Vince (Login MoxiFox) Sufi Posted Mar 2, 2011 1:23 PM
Alex Jones is often an embarrassment to his own supporters. He behaves like a loose cannon with his rants and accusations. I hate that.
On the other hand, he's about the best at exposing new developments. Is he CORRECT in his allegations though?
That's the "problem." People SHOULD learn to collect information and process it themselves by comparison to other indicators -but- they seem to be incapable of doing that.
I would gladly dismiss Jones as a quack if things WEREN'T so deadly serious in the real world already. BECAUSE he brings fresh material to the table all the time and because that material is largely verifiable (though perhaps not quite as pointed as Jones makes it out to be) ... it's incumbent on all of us to pay attention and get a grip on what is TRULY happening to our N. American way of life and government ... if we wish to hang on to what's left of the good parts of it.
But there are quite a few other good and leading spokesmen who control themselves more equitably than Jones ... who verify the correctness of Jones' allegations ... and who offer alternate possibilities of explanation that kind of help smooth off Jones sharp corners and rough edges.
Webster Tarpley, in my opinion, is one of the leading comparators for Jones. Paul Watson is pretty reasonable-sounding as well. There are also quite a few leading economists who independently confirm with Jones on quite a lot of what he says.
You put the picture together by listening to the digest of these different people and compare them with what you can read, see and compare with yourself, from mainstream media and there's definitely lots to be concerned about that needs some quick counter measuring.
So I'll leave off Jones bashing until the problems of the world are solved. Then I'll start attacking him for being such a hot head!~ Until then .... we can't afford to be divided over issues that are extremely less important.