Something’s wrong here

If you have spent even a little time trying to research items that are of interest to the so called Patriot movement, which includes the 9/11 Truth Movement, the Ron Paul Revolution, and similar items, you have come across a few superstars of the movement. Perhaps the largest (and credited with the most ‘awakenings’) is radio show host Alex Jones. He is often cited as the leader and spokesperson of the Patriot Movement.  I consider myself a member of this movement and have listened to Alex for years. Only recently have I learned of some information that I had not learned before and it leaves me questioning not the truths I have so far learned, but the intention of that truth and the people really behind it. What I am about to do will be construed by some as treasonous to the movement.

Alex Jones leads the way and has a regular stable of ‘insiders’ and experts that he interviews. He also spends a lot of time, especially recently, alternately bragging about his leadership  of the Patriot Movement and telling others that might question him to not descend to infighting as that helps the Globalists win. His rather large ego shines through day after day on his show.  He is basically Rush Limbaugh of the ‘alternative media.’  Whenever using his materials to help wake someone else up I always have to qualify it with ‘this guy is loud and obnoxious, but his information is true.’

Now I know that there will be those that now say I am contributing to the unproductive infighting by saying things like that about ‘the leader.’ If you have a little more information, you will see maybe I am not barking up a dead tree though.

Ever heard of the Council on National Policy? Maybe not, as it is even more secretive than the Council on Foreign Relations or the Bildebergers. It was started in 1981 , partially by Tim LaHaye (the Left Behind guy.) Public statements are few and far between but listen to this one that was reported by ABC news. “When Steve Baldwin, the executive director of an organization with the stale-as-old-bread name of the Council for National Policy, boasts that “we control everything in the world,” he is only half-kidding. “ ABC News, May 4 2008

Even though this group is very secretive, we have been able to find some of it’s past members as well as people that have addressed this group up through this year. Here is a partial list of some of the ‘bad guys’ as recognized by Patriot movement.

Tom DeLay
Trent Lott
Pat Robertson
Ed Meese
Oliver North
Jerry Falwell
John Ashcroft
Rev Sun Myung Moon (yes the leader of the Moonies!)
Several members of the Coors beer family
Jesse Helms
Alan Keyes
Pierre DuPont
Kathleen Teague Rothschild

They have been addressed by speeches from the following as well:
George W Bush (prior to Presidential election)
John McCain
Bobby Jindal (frontrunner for McCain’s VP)
Mike Huckabee
John Stossel
Duncan Hunter
Fred Thompson
Rick Santorum
Sandra Froman (President of NRA)
David Horowitz
Robert Casey

Sounds like a Bilderberg list or a Fox News guest list doesn’t it? Now you are probably (rightly so) suspicious of this group right? Well, look a little further at some of the other members and former members that are regularly seen and heard of from alternative media as viewed as ‘good guys’ to the Patriot Movement.

Dr. Stanley Montieth (and his wife)
Larry Pratt (Gun Owners of America)
Paul Craig Roberts (UNCONFIRMED)

Playing the 7 degrees of Kevin Bacon theory, there is not a lot of jumps between known evil Globalists and people respected in the Patriot movement. Is it definitive? No. But the total lack of discussion from the ‘accused’ and the sometimes virulent objections to discussions of this group and especially from former members points to a very touchy subject.

If one takes a look at it from afar, it seems that this could be a leg of the spider, the religious fundamentalists that want globalization to ensure the prophecies of Revelation to come to pass. In my opinion there is nothing scarier than a group of very powerful people with the power to unleash madness that have no fear of death. At the very least, the idea of a powerful secret group that wishes to establish more restrictions on people and to make America, as a whole, less tolerant is a bad idea. No I am not espousing a ‘liberal’ gay rights and socialist evening of everyone, but a ‘live and let live’ and a ‘stay the hell outta people’s private lives’ libertarian perspective.  

It is very possible that this is all old information and the ‘suspect’ persons and their motives are not opposed to the larger ideals that the Patriot movement seems to share. I could be wrong. The real problem is the reluctance and opposition to even discuss this freely without becoming persona-non-grata. It is suspicious. The bottom line is that to not ask questions, to not question motives is to buy into just what the main stream media and the government wants you to do. It doesn’t matter who is leading it, total blind following has never been a good idea  for anyone.

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One Response to “Something’s wrong here”

  1. Oh, Thanks! Really interesting. Big ups!

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