High-Tech Prophet of Doom and Gloom

Jones draws a bigger audience online than Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck combined — and his conspiracy-laced rants make the two hosts sound like tea-sipping NPR hosts on Zoloft. - Rolling Stone

The film below is called Blueprint of Madmen, and it sure isn't anything like you'd see at your local multiplex cinema. In fact, you may want to skip the buttery popcorn and sugary soft drinks after watching it.

In it, Alex Jones, of Prison Planet fame, takes a stand against democide: "This new film will serve as evidence to the fact that government is history’s greatest killer – with various regimes claiming more than 262,000,000 unnatural deaths in the 20th Century alone. Now, a 21st century technocratic global corporate tyranny seeks to kill not mere millions but billions – through their superweapons, central banking warfare model, and eugenics mindset."

Also mentioned - mandatory vaccines, an increasingly unwholesome centralized food supply, and snitching for the Dept. of Homeland Security. (The latter topic was presented with a lighthearted touch.)

Alex Jones isn't nuanced; he's brusque and propagandistic. But, in his case, those are positive qualities, not negatives, as he's trying to quickly disseminate complex information to the masses, and do it in a riveting, convincing fashion.


Kenneth said...

He almost lost me in the first few minutes, his skit was annoyingly absurd. But, once he got to the substance, he did bring forth a great deal of useful information for those that have not been following these issues.
Great link!

TCC said...

That's how I felt. The beginning felt like a skit by some Saturday Night Live rejects. But it was funny seeing the forceful Jones as a bumbling terrorist hunter; it illustrated the absurdity of Big Sis' mandates. Prison Planet indeed.

Thanks for the comments, gents.