By Timothy Fitzpatrick
August 24, 2013 Anno Domini
While surfing the net for photos of Alex Jones tonight, I came across a photo on his Infowars donation page that immediately reminded me of a photo of Israeli intelligence director for Stratfor George Friedman published in a news article in The Daily Telegraph February 28, 2012.
The wall maps behind the two characters look identical, except for a small set of red lines, which appear to have been drawn in by felt markers, located through South Africa on the Friedman photo. The Jones photo appears older, as Jones is slightly younger looking than he appears today. The WayBack Machine’s web archive shows a screen capture of the Jones photo as far back as July 2011; although, the photo is probably older than that. While the Telegraph photo caption doesn’t specify the location of the Friedman photo, it’s safe to assume that it was taken at Stratfor’s downtown Austin, Texas office located at 221 West 6th Street, Suite 400.
Here are the photos separated:
And here is how the photo appears on Jones’ donate page as of August 24, 2013:
Connecting the dots
For years, many have speculated that the charismatic alternative radio host Jones was a Zionist shill working for Israeli intelligence. Since both Stratfor, an Israeli intelligence operation, and Infowars are located just blocks apart in Austin, Texas, could this be proof that Jones is indeed working for Stratfor? As I wrote in The growing complexity of Alex Jones’ Israeli connections, an observant patriot who goes by the name of Sherrie Lea, revealed in a Youtube video last November that Infowars had hired a former Stratfor intern named Molly Maroney. She is now editor of Infowars magazine. Investigative journalist David Chase Taylor was the first to connect the dots between Alex Jones and Stratfor in an article posted at his blog on February 12, 2012—two weeks before The Telegraph posted its article exposing Stratfor and the CIA—as well as an article in May 2012.
Too many coincidences!