By Timothy Fitzpatrick
February 4, 2014 Anno Domini
We are over a year now into the revelation that popular alternative radio show host Alex Jones is a Zionist agent working for Israel’s intelligence front Stratfor, yet virtually none of the alternative media outlets are exposing this much less even mentioning it.
The only people that have talked about it are Mike Rivero of WhatReallyHappened.com and an obscure character named Pete Santilli, who appears to be cointelpro. Rivero has done no followup on the issue. Santilli was recently outed as an FBI operative. So where in the world is Jeff Rense? He has been feuding with Jones since his departure from GCN a few years ago, perhaps he is too afraid to open that can of worms, or perhaps he is afraid of being implicated in the whole mess. For all we know, Rense could be an operative as well. Did the alternative media just miss this gem of a story or are they complicit in the coverup and, quite possibly, tied to Stratfor and/or Israeli intelligence themselves?
Let’s look at the Stratfor connections to Alex Jones:
- Jones used the Stratfor office for a photo op, which is still used on his Infowars donation page
- Anonymous hacks of Stratfor’s emails revealed, among other things, the email addresses of Stratfor’s customers/subscribers, of which included firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jones employed a former Stratfor intern named Molly Maroney, who edited and helped design the Infowars magazine for over a year up until the summer of 2013
- Jones planted a bogus story about Stratfor to throw people off his trail
- Strafor is physically located a hop, skip, and a jump from Alex Jones and his Judeo-Masonic cohorts
- Although the Infowars media empire is amateurish, it resembles Stratfor in its geo-political forecasting; did Alex Jones’ famous 9/11 prediction come from Stratfor?
- Jones is mentioned repeatedly throughout Stratfor emails obtained by WikiLeaks (An “Alex Jones” worked for Stratfor as webmaster for a short time in 2005; however, I can confirm that it was not Alex Emerick Jones. So there are actually two “Alex Jones” associated with Stratfor. Some websites are falsely reporting the two men as one, namely Alex Emerick Jones.)
- With so many of Jones’s other connections to Israel and Zionism, how couldn’t he be involved with Stratfor?
- Infowars and Stratfor were founded in Austin, Texas virtually at the same in 1996
There is a Youtube video circulating that claims an Infowars server leads to Stratfor. However, the video is listed as private and I have not been able to confirm if this is true. If it is, it certainly just adds to the overwhelming evidence now that Jones is what people have been saying for years: that he is a Zionist agent misdirecting the patriot movement—a controlled opposition tactic used by the Soviets.
To those who say this article is an unfair attack on Alex Jones employing the use of argumentum ad hominem (guilt by association) fallacies, it certainly isn’t. If there were only one, maybe two, Stratfor connections to Alex Jones, I might agree with them. But clearly, there is an overwhelming number of connections—too many to ignore. Then you have his many Jewish associations and his on-air confession of being a Zionist.
While researching this article, I came across a clip of Jones doing a poor job deflecting the Stratfor accusations. In the video below, a caller brings up the Stratfor connection to Molly Maroney, but says her name incorrectly as “Mallory Mahoney.”
Strangely, Alex Jones does not correct the caller about the obvious error and instead repeats the incorrect name as a lie saying “Mallory Mahoney is one of our graphics people that works here at the office.” Jones also lies by omitting on air that “Mahoney” (Maroney) is much more than just a graphics person; she is the managing editor. Is he lying about her name so that anyone who checks it out will run into a wall? He must not think too highly of his listeners if he thinks they will fall for that. He then goes on a tirade about how normal it is for Texans to intern at Stratfor and how the caller was “mentally ill” for daring to question him as the supposed benevolent researcher he is. This isn’t the first time Jones has called his detractors mentally ill. Then he contracts himself by saying he understand why people are suspecting him of being possible disinfo. So we are all mentally ill, yet he understands?
Jones claims that a third of journalism students at the University of Texas at Austin intern at Stratfor. Is Jones accidentally telling us that Stratfor grooms its cointelpro agents at UT? This also raises the question of how many more Stratfor interns have or are currently working for Infowars. I am sure Alex Jones’ many Jewish advertisers are happy with this arrangement. This video clip shows that Alex Jones is fully aware of the accusations that he is a Stratfor operative. He doesn’t bother to ask the caller to explain the question; he immediately goes into attack mode as soon as he hears “Stratfor”. Then he diverts the discussion to strawman arguments, insinuating that all his detractors accuse him of being Bill Hicks or a reptilian (ridiculous claims purposely planted to muddy the water). One last important point about this video clip, Jones provides himself with a weak alibi by saying that in his opinion, “Stratfor puts out propaganda”. Look at his face when he says this. Even he knows it comes off as disingenuous. We are not buying it, Alex, but nice try.
After searching extensively through the Stratfor emails from 2005-2011 as released by Wikileaks, it becomes clear that the emails are really only those by the rank and file employees, with the ones from the higher ups having little to no significance. Therefore, when speaking of Jones, the emails appear detached from Jones and Infowars. Jones’ Stratfor mission must be known by only a select few or by only Stratfor head George Friedman himself.