Stratfor had two Alex Joneses

By Timothy Fitzpatrick
May 24, 2014 Anno Domini

Some websites are falsely reporting that Alex Emric Jones, of Infowars, worked as webmaster of Stratfor (Strategic Forecasting, Inc.) in 2005, according to Anonymous’s hack of Stratfor emails and credit card data in 2011.

A little research shows that the webmaster of Stratfor in 2005 was another Alex Jones, also from Austin, Texas (Stratfor, a Zionist-run intelligence gathering apparatus, is located downtown Austin, Texas, where Alex Emric Jones also lives). This other Jones is Alexander S. Jones. In reading the emails between this webmaster and others within Stratfor, as well as emails mentioning Alex Emric Jones, Stratfor staff make clear distinctions between the two. The webmaster used the email, which some mistakenly believe is what implicates Alex Emric Jones with Stratfor. But this is not the case. The Anonymous hack also revealed paid clients of Stratfor’s intelligence forecasting service, of which one was definitely tied to Alex Emerick Jones of Infowars.
That email address is, which is a domain owned by Alex Jones and Free Speech Systems LLC. Jones owns other domains as well. Another so called patriot-9/11 truther discovered in the Stratfor clientele was the late Michael Ruppert, under Ruppert, like Jones, was heavily criticized for giving a kosher explanation of the 9/11 conspiracy, completely absolving international Jewry of any involvement. And yet another “truther” was implicated, one Michael Rivero of using Is it any wonder that Rivero has not touched the Infowars-Stratfor scandal? Up until recently, Rivero has been rather soft on the Jewish/Zionist question. Keep in mind now that the hack does not specify whether Stratfor’s clients are paid or not (except for some) and whether they are using Stratfor’s intelligence services above just gaining access to data. Either way, it’s difficult to believe that Jones, in light of all his other Stratfor connections, is just using Stratfor to read a few articles. He said on his show once that Stratfor “puts out propaganda,” yet he is their subscriber. This statement is disingenuous as much as it is an alibi for Jones. There is a high probability that Jones and Stratfor are in cahoots.

The confusion over the two Alexes associated with Stratfor has given fuel to Alex Jones’ diehard fans, who show this as proof that the Alex Jones-Stratfor scandal is a bunch of hot air.

Unsurprisingly, Stratfor has denied the accuracy of its hacked emails released via Anonymous and Wikileaks. In those emails, Stratfor’s rank and file repeatedly talk about Alex Emric Jones. There is not really any smoking-gun information contained in them. However, the fact that Jones is some kind of client receiving intelligence from Stratfor is alarming enough and could have serious ramifications for the way the public perceives Infowars and its so-called news reporting. For example, Jones’s accurate prediction of the 9/11 attacks was perceived as being because of Jones’ own intellectual intelligence and insight on world affairs. It gave Jones credibility early in his patriot career at the time, and still does. But if he received that information from Stratfor, or perhaps from one of his Zionist handlers, then he is presenting it under false pretenses. If this is true, it calls into question everything he says. And because Stratfor and Alex Jones have their own agendas, or agenda, as the case may be, it’s logical to assume that we aren’t being told the whole truth, despite what Jones claims. Then there are all the other compromising connections between Alex Jones, Stratfor, Zionists, the CIA, and even freemasonry.

Alex Emric Jones’ other Stratfor connections

IP Harvesting
Another disturbing possibility is that Infowars is harvesting information from its subscribers as well as anyone who visits the website and passing it on to Stratfor and perhaps to the government.
Planet Infowars admits in its privacy policy that it may hand your information over to government entities and other third parties.

3.2. “we may use your personal identifying information” “when complying with an order” from “..other government entity…”

3.4. “We us cookies, log files, and third parties to create a profile of our users and the information gathered is personally identifiable as belonging to you…”

3.7. Any information you disclosed to third parties on our Website or other websites becomes public information, and you should exercise caution when deciding to disclose any personal information.


  1. Regarding Alex Jones
    Alexander Emerick Jones
    Alexander Emrick Jones
    Alexander Emric Jones
    Alex E. Jones
    Has anyone connected Alex Jones’ wife, Kelly Rebecca Jones (formerly Kelly Rebecca Nichols [nickname Violet]) with “former” (debatable) Company spook, Robert Booth Nichols?
    Yes / No

    1. Booth Nichols looks to be a Khashoggi type. Heck, he might’ve even known Khashoggi (Iran contra). Best to check his name against Violet’s dad, Edmund Lowe Nichols.

      Later that night, Israel turned on his computer and typed the name “Robert Booth Nichols.” Hundreds of links appeared—Nichols seemed to be a kind of conspiracy-theory superstar. According to one manuscript Israel downloaded, Nichols was a CIA assassin, illegal-arms dealer, mob associate, and con man. He had been involved in virtually every nefarious covert plot carried out by the U.S. government for the past three decades, the book said: Iran-contra, the October “surprise,” MK Ultra. When the CIA dealt heroin to fund a war against Hezbollah, Nichols was supposedly there, and when three people were murdered on the Cabazon Indian Reservation, Nichols was there, too, developing biological weapons, a laser gun, and machine guns to arm Nicaraguan rebels.
      Violet was a radical in her PETA days. Perhaps she still is a radical behind the scenes today.

      1. That article, as well as Octopus: Sam Israel, the Secret Market, and Wall Street’s Wildest Con by Guy Lawson ©2012 is cleverly crafted “Alex Jones Style SEO Camo.”
        Hone in on the following:
        [Samuel] Israel came to call the conspiracy “the Octopus”—the title of an unfinished book by the journalist Danny Casolaro, who died under mysterious circumstances in 1991 while investigating [the modified] PROMIS [software].
        …[Robert Booth] Nichols wanted [Sam] Israel to see that the Octopus was real. Terrifyingly real. [note clever insinuation to the contrary]
        Even today, seven years later, [Samuel] Israel continues to believe- the best possible outcome for a long con, as any scam artist will tell you.

        Follow Danny.

    2. Yep, look at this:

      Robert Booth Nichols also managed to gain rights to sell Promis software, and Nichols handed those rights to the famous Saudi arms dealer and market manipulator Adnan Khashoggi, who had been a key figure in the larger BCCI enterprise.

      Wonder if Infowars uses PROMIS. Stratfor most definitely would.

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