Television personality Montel Williams seems to believe that conspiracy icon Alex Jones is a cokehead and con artist, even calling him out on it publicly via Twitter earlier this year.
Perhaps Williams’ coke claim isn’t so far fetched when you consider Jones’ superhuman confidence and energy levels, self-grandiosity, feelings of superiority and narcissism, cokehead friends like Charlie Sheen, and his patriot-funded millions in the bank (see: Cocaine, anatomy of a high and How Narcicissm relates to Cocaine Addiction).
And if he is a CIA/Mossad asset and a crony of wealthy elites, as this author believes, he would have ample access to the white stuff. It certainly wouldn’t be a shock if it turned out he were a cokehead.
Jones also appears to be jacked up on another Koch—powerful billionaires Charles de Ganahl Koch and David Hamilton Koch, who represent the Koch family empire of industrial capitalism. The Kochs are more or less the Rockefellers of the 21st century, with their tentacles virtually everywhere, but especially in the realm of the neoconservative-libertarian mix. While not overtly Zionist, or even Jewish (nobody seems to know), the Kochs are a credit to predatory Judeo-masonic usury, also known as capitalism. Daddy Koch—Fred Chase—happened to found the crypto-Jewish “conservative” society of John Birch, of which Alex Jones appears to be a solid member (see Did the CIA recruit Alex Jones through the John Birch Society?). The Kochs are also behind the Tea Party and Libertarian movements in the United States, even throwing their support behind Jones cronies Rand and Ron Paul, and all helped by the promotion of controlled opposition news aggregates like the Jewish homosexual Matthew Drudge (DrudgeReport) and Zionist Joseph Farrah (WorldNetDaily).
Jones’ real agenda seems to have reared its trollish head more and more over the last few years, and perhaps it is because of the upcoming federal election in the United States, whether it’s outright endorsing neocon Zionists like Sarah Palin, rallying against raising the minimum wage, or touting the Koch’s Keystone XL pipeline as the saviour of the economy. Now that Jones has built up the core of his audience to its maximum potential, he can really let loose with his agenda, which directly lines up with the Koch agenda (the Koch agenda is a key fixture on the right of the kabbalist dialectic of seeming opposites. To show how flimsy Koch politics is, consider that the Koch empire helped set up the Soviet Unions oil industry under the watch of Stalin even though the Kochs have always been outspokenly anti-Communist. They have also gone both ways in the gay marriage debate as well as the abortion debate). Jones admits now that he is a “classical liberal” who advocates laissez-faire capitalism. The researched reader will know that laissez-faire is a product of the Judeo-masonic Enlightenment. Jones is as close to neo-conservatism as one can get (it also falls under the umbrella of masonic libertarianism). The Kochs are also for laissez-faire capitalism, as it allows them to conduct their exploitative practices, unfettered by government or anyone else.
Koch and Jones’ political views line up perfectly
Here’s some perspective on the similarities between what Alex Jones preaches daily through his media empire and the Koch Brothers’ agenda:
- Minimum wage freeze
- Tea Party (Alex Jones claims to have founded Tea Party movement, so do Kochs—Kochs actually founded it: Study Confirms Tea Party Was Created by Big Tobacco and Billionaire Koch Brothers)
- Smaller government
- Laissez-faire capitalism
- Support Israel and neoconservative foreign policies despite being “libertarian” (anti-war)
- Stand with coal
- Support Keystone XL pipeline and conventional oil and gas development
- John Birch Society (Fred Koch a founding member of JBS)
- Libertarianism (David H. Koch was the Libertarian Party’s vice-presidential candidate in 1980; Kochs funded $250 million to libertarian causes from 1998 to 2008; Alex Jones is an outspoken Libertarian)
- Oppose socialized health care
- Oppose carbon tax schemes
- Oppose official narrative on climate change
- Attack renewable energy
- Anti-tax, especially for the rich
- Privatization of government services
- Ron Paul/Rand Paul (Koch Brothers Support Rand Paul)
- The Cato Institute (Ron Paul at the Cato Institute)
- Oppose net neutrality (Alex Jones’ Stance On Net Neutrality Proves He Is A Shill)
- Anti-police (Kochs have advocated criminal justice reform through Cato and The Charles Koch Institute; Alex Jones constantly fear mongers about the police state, even naming some of his documentaries “Police State”)
- Advocate restoration of U.S. Constitution (which is masonic)
- Monetary Reform, specifically a return to the gold standard
See now why Jones nor the alternative media rarely, if ever, talk about the Koch brothers, much less in a critical manner? The Kochs hide their money and influence in a complex web of political action committees (PACs) and tax-exempt foundations. Seems Jones has learned a trick or two from the Kochs, as he has done a good job of hiding his own funding through various incorporated dummy companies.
Koch brothers libertarianism, like JBS, serve to homogenize NWO dissenters and the so called right wing
In How the Money Power created Libertarianism and Austrian Economics, monetary reformer and anti-usurist Anthony Migchels draws some interesting conclusions about Koch involvement in the truth movement:
But in the meantime another very wealthy Jewish family, the Koch family (see ‘the Zionist Billionaires that Control Politics’), had taken over the organization of Libertarianism and Austrian Economics.
Fred Koch founded the John Birch Society in 1958. Ed Griffin was educated there. He later wrote a famous book, “The Creature of Jekyll Island”. This was a rehash of Eustace Mullins’ brilliant ‘Secrets of the Federal Reserve’, with one exception: it left out all Mullins’ analysis of the Gold Standard as a Banker operation and how Britain’s demand for taxes paid in Gold were the cause of the war of Independence. Instead it called for the reinstatement of a Gold Standard. This is a key part of the story OF how Austrian Economics managed to take over the ‘Truth Movement’.
Koch’s son Charles Koch founded the CATO Institute, together with Murray Rothbard. The CATO Institute remains to this day a leading Libertarian outlet.
Of course, Jones frequently references Griffin (also a JBS member) and dabbled in the gold trade himself (apparently he has moved on to just selling herbal supplements and water filters).
Infowars’ talent pool a who’s who of controlled opposition
In retrospect, Jones pool of “experts” used in his documentary films and on his daily radio show all seem to come from only a few groups, either from the John Birch Society, Koch-connected groups, the intelligence community, or Zionist groups like the Council For National Policy, the Remnant Saints Inter-Continental Congress, and WorldNetDaily. Here’s a short list of some of the Infowars go-to characters from these groups:
- G. Edward Griffin
- Joseph Farrah
- Joel Skousen (nephew of Bircher Cleon Skousen, a former FBI official and Mormon apologist)
- Phyllis Schlafly
- Matt Drudge
- Stanley Monteith
- Lew Rockwell
- Ron Paul
- Dan Bongino
- Jesse Benton
Jones is an honorary founding member of the Remnant Saints Inter-Continental Congress, a seemingly Christian Zionist, Birch-like think tank styled like a Koch PAC.
Why does Adnan Khashoggi keep popping up around Alex Jones?
Regular readers know that I have been onto Alex Jones’ disinfo trail for some time. One of the first big articles I wrote exposing Jones, with much credit to Daniel Hopsicker, revealed a possible connection of Jones to Israeli intelligence through Saudi arms dealer Adnan Khashoggi, who is as big as anybody in The Octopus—a moniker for the Judeo-Masonic criminal network, especially as it was revealed in the 1980s with arms scandals and BCCI. Like many Saudi elites, Khashoggi is an Israeli Mossad asset. (See: The Growing Complexity of Alex Jones’ Israeli Connections). There is yet another possible connection between the two characters, this time through our hosts of the evening, the Kochs.
In Triad, Khashoggi, and the Republicans: Together Again, we discover:
Triad Management, the company directed by the Koch Brothers, is one of hundreds of Triad companies run by global magnate Khashoggi. Incidentally this is the Khashoggi who was responsible for heading the Iran Contra arms for hostages deal for which he was later pardoned by senior George Bush. In 1983, the year Triad Governmental Systems was founded in Ohio, Khashoggi formed the gold company Barrick Gold Corp. In 1985, Khashoggi borrowed $21 million, using his Barrick stock as collateral, for the covert transfer of arms to Iran for the Bush-North group.
Khashoggi allegedly provided the loan from his Cayman Islands company, Triad American holding company. Khashoggi used the Monte Carlo offices of the Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) to launder money for Iran arms sales. After Khashoggi was investigated and indicted for his role in the Iran-Contra affair, the Canadian director of Barrick, Peter Munk, paid the $4 million to get Adnan bailed out.
I wonder if Alex Jones’ old-time listeners who bought gold from him back in his goldsmithing heyday are currently storing a quickly devaluing metal that was supplied by Khashoggi’s Barick Gold! Guess who has Barrick Gold in his top ten holdings? One Ron Paul.
The Kochs also happen to be subscribers to Israeli intelligence firm Stratfor, based in Austin, Texas. We suspect Jones is in cahoots with Stratfor—Stratfor being in cahoots with Khashoggi.
Line between Jones and Fox News fading into oblivion
If Jones is following the Koch agenda as a subplot within the Judeo-Masonic conspiracy, it explains his recent endorsement of Tea Partier Sarah Palin, which is odd considering his previous attacks on her, and his outrageous claim that all Muslims be deported from the United States or that Israeli proxy ISIS is a legitimate threat to America as far as it is perceived as Islamic. Furthermore, we can anticipate, as we inch closer to the election, that Jones will ramp up the Koch-neocon rhetoric. The strategy at first seemed to be the advocacy for the Libertarian ticket in Rand Paul, but Plan B may be to go with the Republican ticket in Jeb Bush. Alternatively, it’s difficult to see the Kochs opposing a Trump Whitehouse, should the impossible happen.
Jones has been criticizing President Obama and the Democrats hard in the last four years in the run up to Obama’s exit. Now that Jones’ core audience has been hooked by Jones exposing legitimate but fairly general conspiracies, they are struggling to see how they are being duped with his current rhetoric, which protects the Jewish money power that runs the show. Since his beginning as a conspiracy icon, Jones has played the right wing card of the Kabbalist dialectic of the NWO conspiracy. He has consistently advocated JBS-, Koch-styled political views as part of his counter-intelligence mission. His mission has been to homogenize, radicalize, and then misdirect dissenters of the NWO conspiracy. One of the key tactics he uses to achieve this is to dilute resistance by keeping his listeners from focusing on specific things. Instead, he has them looking in all directions, exerting, thus wasting their energy away from anything meaningful. It’s diabolical scheme to manage the NWO’s opposition to a predetermined outcome, thus we call Alex Jones and other shills in the patriot movement “controlled opposition.”
Jewish Soviet dictator Vladimir Lenin once said:
The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves.