By Timothy Fitzpatrick
December 9, 2014 Anno Domini
Kosher Konspiracy King Alex Jones posted an unconvincing article on his website today claiming that an anonymous fan spent thousands (millions?) of dollars to advertize Jones and his Infwhores empire on the sides of American freeways.
Jones would have us believe that of his core of followers, which consists mostly of pot-smoking video gamers and conspiracy newbies who don’t know any better, one of these fans would have the kind of money to finance such an endeavour. Jones uses his cunning abilities when he writes,
If you’re the one putting up the billboards, please contact us so we can thank you personally.
Nice try, Jones, but we aren’t buying it.
This manoeuvre becomes even more imperative in light of the growing pile of evidence linking Jones to the New World Order establishment. If Stratfor, CIA, and Mossad weren’t bad enough, how much worse would it look if Jones were implicated with Goldman?
Jewish usurists Goldman Sachs the majority holder of shares in the Lamar Advertising Company
The notorious Goldman Sachs Group Inc., one of the key criminal organizations involved in the 2008 shakedown of the world’s gentiles, is the majority holder of institutional shares in Lamar as of today’s NASDAQ listing. Lamar’s other 282 institutional holders consist of the usual suspects. Suspected Infowars financier Koch Industries could also be a holder in Lamar through one ore more of its many offshoot companies.
Does it make sense for a Goldman company like Lamar to give a supposed establishment threat like Jones a means by which to thwart the very conspiracies Goldman itself is involved in? Even if it were true that Jones’ alleged Lamar financier were merely a fan of his, why would Lamar allow such promotion?