By Timothy Fitzpatrick
September 8, 2018 Anno Domini
What if this entire time, self-proclaimed American patriot radio host Alex Jones had been working for the Soviet power bloc in Russia and the East?
Would it be so difficult to believe? Could Russia have used him all this time to divide, distract, and radicalize the American populace as a means of weakening it for a final Marxist takeover?
Everything that has been levelled against Jones by his staunchest critics, myself included, namely that he is a Likudnik Zionist in the employ of Benjamin Netanyahu and the gangster-run Israeli government and that he is a counter-intelligence operative, could easily fit into an all-encompassing Soviets-dunnit narrative. He could very well be all a: Zionist, intelligence asset, freemason, neocon, and Soviet agent. In fact, these nefarious groups have all worked together for decades for mutual goals. Most of the time, it’s difficult to tell one from the other. Let the reader realize that the Soviet Union is run mostly by high-level freemasons and communist Jews who are loyal to the Marxist state of Israel. I use the present tense because the Soviet Union still secretly exists. It merely changed its flag and name for public consumption. The world communist conspiracy persists.
When looking back at all the questionable things Jones has done over the years in determining his loyalty to the West, I think back to the infamous Y2K (year 2000) scare in which Jones, then fairly new to the patriot movement, actively participated. Late conspiracy researcher William Cooper documented and analyzed this event with astounding prescience. He rightfully called Jones a fear mongering “bullshit artist”. He may have been the first to sound the alarm over Jones’ sincerity. During that night, Dec. 31, 1999, a point in time when all kinds of doom had been predicted and many people were on edge, Jones basically attempted to deceive his listeners into believing that the Russians were invading or carrying out some kind of major aggression against the United States. It wasn’t true. So, why did Jones lie about it? Was it merely another of his many scare tactics to whip up his listeners or was there something more?
Soviet human butcher Josef Stalin apparently was fascinated by the fake news of his day—something that fit naturally for a lying Soviet such as himself. Orson Welles’ fake news broadcast of a UFO invasion of America from H.G. Well’s The War of the Worlds especially interested Stalin. Stalin saw the obvious uses for fake news of this kind in manipulating the American populace and the West. If average Americans could be coaxed into brandishing firearms and firing them at imaginary space aliens in the sky, what else could they be tricked into doing? Author Annie Jacobsen writes that Wells’ fiction inspired Stalin and the Soviets to orchestrate the alleged UFO crash in Roswell, New Mexico—an event that would go on to shape UFO folklore and even, to some degree, the conspiracy movement. Since that time, the Soviets have perfected their fake-news psychological operations. Who knows how many of these kinds of operations have been foisted on unsuspecting Western populations. Countless, no doubt. As it turns out, Wells met with Stalin in 1934. Does that mean Wells was a Soviet asset, too? Perhaps, as Wells himself claimed to be further Left than Stalin. He was a staunch Leftist involved in such things as the formation of the globalist/communist League of Nations. For all we know, The War of the Worlds broadcast over CBS radio that caused a public panic in the United States on Halloween in 1938 could have been a Soviet orchestration. Perhaps as Soviet mockery as to the source of this apparent psyop, the opening theme to the CBS broadcast was Tchaikovsky’s piano concerto No. 1.
Back to Jones, his fake news regarding the Soviet invasion during his Y2K broadcast may have been yet another of the POLITBURO’s psych warfare campaigns to test out the gullibility of their enemies. Many people believe that Jones began his career as a legitimate truther patriot and then later became compromised, but the continuity between now and the Y2K incident is apparent. Divide, distract, and radicalize. After writing dozens of articles critiquing Jones and his position as an anti-truther controlled-opposition agent and studying him for years, this seems to be the best conclusion to which I can come for his purpose in the patriot/truther movement—he is an agent provocateur, a stochastic terrorist. And it aligns perfectly with Vladimir Lenin’s prescriptions of establishing divisive agents of influence in the West as part of a long-range strategy of demoralizing and destabilizing it.
Jones’ neoconish style seems largely derived from the Jewish-controlled John Birch Society—a movement set up to roundup and neuter legitimate conservatives and nationalists. As with other Jewish-controlled anti-Communist movements, like the Trotskyite American Jewish League Against Communism,the Birch Society unsurprisingly has been completely ineffective at stopping the global communist threat and has delivered rather shallow blows against it. For instance, where was the Birch Society when the Soviets staged the fake “August Coup” against Gorbachev and the collapse of the USSR? If anyone should have exposed this colossal hoax, it should have been JBS. By leading their own opposition through fake movements, Judeo-Bolsheviks are able to control their opposition. Alex Jones appears to be one such controlled-opposition agent, luring unknowing nationalists down an alley that leads nowhere. The Soviet Trust is another good example of the depths the Soviets have gone to control their opposition. American Thinker writer Ricardo Galván Estrada seems to believe Jones is part of a crypto-communist campaign against the West and compares his rhetoric to that of Russian Foreign Intelligence Services operative Vicky Pelaez.
It’s no coincidence that today, the two major powers (really they are one and the same power) Jones refuses to criticize is Soviet power in Russia, which he doesn’t even admit exists, and Jewish power, which Jones protégé Paul Joseph Watson says he doesn’t really see “big Jewish influence…Jewish people aren’t really that present…you don’t really notice them anywhere”. The COMINTERN appears comfortable in allowing assets like Jones to blame the Chinese Communists, but that’s as far as they will let him and others go. And that’s all that is really needed in legitimizing Jones’ fake anti-Communism to his unsuspecting audience—the Chinese Communism angle serving as a limited hangout. Blaming China is a “nothing burger”, as Neocons like Jones like to say. For China is openly Communist. Russia, as the crypto-Communist power, is the one to finger, yet Jones goes along with the establishment narrative that Russia is now a fascist, thus conservative, nation, which has long since abandoned communism.
Forget about Jones lying about Soviet manipulation of U.S. elections, which they have been doing since long before Trump came along, he won’t even expose Russian false-flag terrorism—something that used to be the bread and butter of his credibility. It’s no wonder Soviet-controlled Russia Today has featured Alex Jones on its broadcast hundreds of times. Jones defends Russia just about as much as he defends Israel when it comes to geopolitical conflicts, poisonings, false flags, espionage, obvious corruption,or otherwise.
The United States Office of the Director of National Intelligence correctly stated that Russia Today and other Soviet media outlets have been campaigning to “undermine faith in the US Government and fuel political protest.” Nobody in the American media has done this more than Jones, whether it’s fuelling racial tensions or getting Americans to distrust their government. And he has been doing this for years, not just in the run-up to the last U.S. federal election. Jones and his comrades have perhaps been Russia’s best troll farm. It has not gone unnoticed by the Soviets, as Putin is purported to have praised Jones and Putin’s prophet Alexander Dugin has publicly done as much.
For an exhaustive examination of Alex Jones, see this dossier.