By Timothy Fitzpatrick
With Alex Jones’ compromising Jewish connections now thoroughly documented, it’s not surprising to learn that Alex Jones consistently advocates specifically masonic concepts to his listeners.
Jones’s entire defense against the New World Order is based on the United States Constitution in the spirit of Founding Fathers like Thomas Jefferson and so called patriots like Paul Revere, both of whom were probable freemasons—both fighting each other within the purview of the Jewish kabbalist Hegelian dialectic (thesis + anti-thesis = synthesis [alchemical magic]). Jones apparently has no qualms about boldly declaring repeatedly on his daily radio show and in his documentaries that “the answer to 1984 is 1776.” I guess he sees no correlation between the Masonic founding of the United States of the America and the founding of the Jewish-Masonic Order of the Illuminati in Bavaria the same year. Perhaps it is a deceptive NLP technique of cryptically uplifting the date as it pertains to the Illuminati and their Enlightenment cult which paved the way for liberty, fraternity, and equality in the new world.
Freemasonry, hatched in the British Empire following the Enlightenment-Rosicrucian revolutionary overthrow of the Catholic Church in England, is the proxy arm of the international Jewish conspiracy against Christ and His Saints.
Throughout the centuries, the Jewish conspirators have struggled to refrain from publicly gloating of their engineering of this proxy movement.
Jews have entirely created Masonry to corrupt the nations of Christian civilization and to propagate behind this veil the general revolution which is to bring about the domination of Israel. It is simply a tool and a means in the hands of the Jews. In support of this, we can quote the article of Dr. Isaac M. Wise published in the Israelite of America, 3 August, 1866: ‘Masonry is a Jewish institution, whose history, degrees, charges, passwords, and explanations are Jewish from beginning to end.’[I]
This conspiracy to “corrupt the nations” was executed under the cover of “Enlightenment” progress and freedom.
The Masonic Illuminati slogan is “liberty, fraternity, and equality”, which was shouted from rooftops as revolutionaries raped, pillaged, and murdered their way through France.
There are many instances where high-level Jews have admitted their leading role in the formation, development, and pursuits of freemasonry, the pinnacle of which being the bloody French and Russian revolutions. Revolution was the Jewish attempt at overthrowing Christ and His influence over Europe and Russia. But what many Americans may not know is that this same Jewish-masonic revolution was brought to the new world in the guise of liberty and freedom. The Statue of Liberty, made by French mason Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi and erected in New York’s harbor, was freemasonic France’s gift to the Founding Fathers and their spreading of masonic Enlightenment thought in the new world. The new world’s state religion of liberty, equality, and fraternity was eventually codified in the Bill of Rights and the U.S. Constitution. Don’t let the term “enlightenment” fool you. Their concept is the same as illumination—out of darkness comes the light through man’s acquisition of knowledge (gnosticism) and self-elevation through Enlightenment-Newtonian-occult science (magic) . This is false enlightenment. And it shows that the First Amendment, “Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion …”, is a lie. This is why Americans have national monuments in honour of freemasons, obelisks in honour of pagan gods, the Great Seal of the United States in honour of Horus, and why the masons built America’s first cities on occult ley lines (America’s major cities along the Eastern seaboard are in perfect alignment with Stonehenge).
These groups shared a common hatred of French Catholic Absolutism. They differed on how to deal with the common enemy. For a moderate like Locke, the answer was constitutionalism. Men of good will and property should unite in free association and establish rules to live as free and equal citizens. The Masonic Lodge hovered in the background of this discussion as the model for the new Protestant polity.[II]
The 20th century’s most profound occultist, Manly Palmer Hall, explains in his book The Secret Destiny of America (1944) that the seemingly Christian language used by the US Founding Fathers and in documents such as the Declaration of Independence is a deception:
The rise of the Christian Church broke up the intellectual pattern of the classical pagan world. By persecution of this pattern’s ideologies it drove the secret societies into greater secrecy; the pagan intellectuals then reclothed their original ideas in a garment of Christian phraseology, but bestowed the keys of the symbolism only upon those duly initiated and bound to secrecy by their vows. (Chapter 7, The Democratic Tradition Preserved by Secret Societies)
Remarkably, Hall credits the establishment of the 13 US colonies (note that 13 is of occult significance) to 17th century kabbalist Francis Bacon:
The Alchemists, Cabalists, Mystics, and Rosicrucians were the incisive instruments of Bacon’s plan. Representatives of these groups migrated to the colonies at an early date and set up their organization in suitable places. (Ch. 13)
The Seven Noahide Laws of the Babylonian Jewish Talmud, a racist and highly dictatorial book that blasphemes our Lord Jesus Christ among other things, is entrenched in the United States law, included in the fifteen capital laws of New England and incorporated into US Public Law 102-14 March 26, 1991 as “Education Day.” The Noahide Laws are veiled in benevolent language and falsely attributed to being from the Old Testament of the Bible. They are, in fact, Talmudic and have a very different interpretation under rabbinic tradition than their language appears. One could say that they are the Jewish rendition of Islamic Sharia law.
Alex Jones and his false opposition cronies like Ron Paul, a suspected freemason, are always talking about libertarianism and freedom. Jones, who in the past has sometimes argued from a Christian point of view, albeit a Protestant one, now speaks from a completely libertarian perspective. What many of his followers may not know is that the concepts of liberty and freedom are not as liberated and free as Jones would have you believe.
Libertas, Latin for liberty, originates with the Roman god Liber Pater (father of freedom, wine, and fertility). Of course, the US founding fathers built Washington DC and other cities in honour of Liber (Bacchus to the Greeks), with the proof being the Roman architecture and art of the Capitol buildings and the masonic geometric design of Washington DC, among other US sites of veneration to Roman gods. Libertarianism is thus equivalent to “free” thought, which was the cry of the masonic enlightenment against traditional science, classicism, and the Orthodox/Catholic monarchies. It is Jewish-masonic through and through. However, true freedom comes not through so called free thought or liberation from the consequences of actions but through the redemption of Christ, who frees us from the bondage of sin. Liber Pater is a cheap imitator of Christ. The libertarian movement and the US constitution, complete with their spirit of freemasonry and idolatry, cannot bring anyone true freedom.
They are completely useless against the Judeo-Masonic New World Order conspiracy.
Major problems with the US Constitution as an instrument of freedom
Some may argue that regardless of the US Constitution’s Masonic origins, it protects Americans’ civil liberties and rights. Certainly, it does in theory and in certain historical instances. But how good can the Constitution be having occult Enlightenment origins and being based in a temporal and false form of freedom? And knowing the compromised origins of the United States and its laws, is it possible that the masonic Founding Fathers designed the Constitution to fail the people? Here are just some of the major defects with the Constitution,
One of the two gravest defects lies in how courts are structured with respect to the constitutions they interpret. A basic design pattern for good government is that officials should not be interpreters of their own power. Allowing federal courts to interpret federal powers and state courts to interpret state powers has led to inevitable aggrandizement of the powers of both: to broad interpretations of power-granting clauses. Vague constitutional language, which is practically inevitable, would not lead to tyranny if the judiciaries who have final say interpreting these clauses did not have incentives to expand these powers. This effect is exacerbated by allowing the legislature and executive to choose the judges. I am afraid that, for example, Professor Barnett’s proposal for convincing federal courts to (in many ways return to) libertarian interpretations of our Constitution, desirable as such interpretions are, is nevertheless futile. Incentives operate to select judges who profess broad interpretations of power, and while sitting on the court for judges to further aggrandize governmental power. Our judicial structure is another one-way ratchet towards tyranny.[III]
What about private property?
The other of the two gravest defects is the lack of unbundled political property rights. Federalism and separation of functions are two very good, indeed crucial, features of the Constitution, but they are insufficient for protecting liberty. Unbundled rights to engage in narrow forms of coercive legal procedure are often a far better way to distribute power than hierarchical federalism and separation of powers in an entity that is supposed to be in totality sovereign. The gothi of medieval Iceland, often cited by anarcho-capitalists, were an example of a political property right. Medieval and Renaissance England was a world full of polycentric, or highly distributed, political property rights, but these were swallowed up by legislative powers in colonial America. We must revive this very important and legally mature method of distributing political powers. Many legislative, executive, and judicial functions should be granted to private entities as political property rights, with the jurisdictional boundaries and procedural standards defined in those rights to be enforced by an extraordinary court independent of all other governmental entities.[IV]
Keep in mind that freemasonic membership is a prerequisite to becoming a judge in the United States of America and elsewhere. What’s more, Jewish persons are overrepresented in the judiciary.
It wouldn’t be difficult to imagine the Constitution being designed to fail, since Freemasons have always offered lies as truth, enslavement as freedom. For they are against God, who is Himself all truth and life. Their entire existence is based upon a hijacking of truth, overthrowing god, proclaiming themselves gods, and establishing their false messianic kingdom on Earth.
Is Alex Jones a freemason?
So far, no one has been able to produce a list showing Infowars radio host Alex Emerick Jones’ as a registered freemason or fraternal brother. But based on his dialectic, he is absolutely espousing freemasonic concepts through his insistence upon a return to the Masonic Founding Fathers’ Constitutional Enlightenment government.
He has also espoused other aspects of kabbalistic freemasonry in the forms of the New Age and pantheism[V].
And he is surrounded by Jews and questionable characters like Ron Paul (Freemason?), Charlie Sheen, and long-time Jewish pal Joe Rogan (a Satanist?) and a Freemason? Freemasonry, Judaism, and Hollywood are no strangers to each other by any stretch of the imagination. And we know that Paul is a member of the Masonic-like Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity.[VI] Jones’ kosher conspiracist pal Jesse Ventura is also suspected of being a mason.
Ventura and Jones are always talking about the next American revolution, yet we know Jews and masons have orchestrated and engineered almost every single revolution in the last 300 years, including the American Revolution Jones is always glorifying. Ventura’s popular television show Conspiracy Theory, which is blatant controlled opposition, is produced by the Jewish Michael Braverman and regularly features Alex Jones.
“One of the three sons of Anson Jones, namely Samuel Edward (formerly Houston) Jones, born 1841, was a successful dentist. He was an early president of the Texas Dental Association. According to Wikipedia Alex Jones is the son of a dentist! It seems as if the Jones clan has a monopoly in the cosmetic dental business. His father is David R. Jones-member of the Austin Liberty Coalition…David R Jones’ grandfather was probably Samuel Edward Jones, a dentist”[VIII]
Alex Jones’ father, David, states on a meetup page,
I practice dentistry in south Austin and manage large dental practices. I am married and have children and grandchildren. Our family has farmed and ranched for many years. I believe our culture protected under the constitution is being eroded. Are you willing to sacrifice complacency for Truth, Liberty and Justice? My son is Alex Jones.[IX]
Jones’ father is part of a “liberty” group and advocates the Masonic-like motto of truth, liberty, and justice. This isn’t proof that Jones’ family were/are freemasons, but it suggests so. An interesting side not about David Ross Jones is that he uses fluoride in his dental practice despite the fact that his son is one of the most outspoken critics of the use of fluoride. According to Alex Jones, fluoride is being used by the New World Order to pacify and depopulate us. Jones senior became a member of the Alpha Epsilon Delta fraternity while attending the University of Texas at Austin in the 1970s. The fraternity is an international honour society for outstanding pre-medical and pre-dental students on campus.
It’s bad enough that the supposed leader of the truth movement is promoting the very concepts he claims to be opposing in the New World Order conspiracy. What’s worse is that unknowing Americans are being given a false sense of hope in the fraud that is the Masonic US Constitution and the pseudo-freedom libertarian movement in Jones and in politicians like Ron Paul.
[III] Comments on the United States Constitution (ii), http://unenumerated.blogspot.com/2008/03/comments-on-united-states-constitution_06.html