private bankers...look around...is this guy crazy or a close perception of what is going on ?
He's partly right and partly crazy.
Alex Jones, for the most part, is an entertainer. He'll throw out wild theories because they get him pageviews and listeners. What he doesn't have is a truly coherent and rational analysis of what's going on.
But he's definitely someone who's pointing at all the things that are going wrong from an outsider perspective.
The real struggle is not left vs. right or black vs. white or christian vs. muslim or any of that - it is ultra rich vs. the rest of us, and the battle is getting more urgent every day.
I agree completely - the black-white christian-muslim issues along with every other divisive 'ism is just smokescreen for the media to blow over the real issues.
How to turn the light onto the real issue when everyone is screaming at each other and chasing red herrings is maybe the most important question in this information and misinformation time.
it's simple...refuse to pay the central bankers, which I guess can only happen by not paying govt. taxes, as they are set up now
it would take everyone, not just a few to have mass civil disobedience...they can't throw millions into jail
he's pretty much right.
If you disagree, you just think that governments are trying to do good.
If you agree, then you think that governments are just made up of individuals looking out to better their own interests.
I think it's obvious that the latter is more likely.
I think national governments could still look out for the best interests of their citizens and not buy into the globalist colonization of the entire planet.
Governments are not the problem, it's much more complex than that.
It is much more complex because the government are wedded to business in the same way as it was wedded to religion.
The govenment is supposed to be by the people for the people - its job surely should be to assist business on a state and national level while protecting the consumer and the people who have to pay the price. It should not be the driver - it should be the regulator.
"The United States bailout was, in essence, an act of terrorism coordinated by Hank Paulson and the Executive Branch, coerced on Congress under threat of martial law;"
Isn't that treason, or something? Aren't we supposed to be safe from enemies foreign and domestic?
What are we waiting for? Prosecute the Bush administration if we ever want to START to set things right. Otherwise, we need to shut up.
Because if Issa gets in and starts going after Obama, while letting Buscho slide.....
I do believe that is the plan.
Black fall-guy. How completely American.
by Stump Parrish6 years ago
http://www.alternet.org/newsandviews/ar … paragraph3Amen, the only threat they posed our government was the threat of discovery. Not that it matters, most in this country feel this country has the right to rule...
by Justin Earick3 years ago
And what makes some believe that they can take down most well-funded and -armed military in the world with shotguns and assault rifles?
by Chasuk4 years ago
In the future, you take a "time safari" to Jesus' time, you witness his crucifixion, and you are an eyewitness of his decaying, non-resurrected corpse.Would you remain a Christian?
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