Did Conspiracy Theorist Alex Jones Enlist UFOs?
UFOs hover over Manhattan and a renowned conspiracy theorist launches a 24-hour fundraiser. Coincidence? Doubtful.
UFO used as ploy to donate money
Beginning Thursday, October 14 at 11 a.m. CST Alex Jones launched his popular Infowars Moneybomb Fundraiser to expand his movement and help stop what he refers to as the “New World Order.”
Convinced that international leaders, or the “Global Elite” as he calls them, are devising a plan to exterminate 80% of the world’s population, Alex Jones has produced numerous videos, audio blogs, and films to educate the general public of this scheme and eventually rally with him to stop “Operation ENDGAME.”
Infowars is completely donation-driven and does not accept money or support from deep-pocketed corporations. And although his following has tripled in the last few years, the piggy bank is not overflowing with Benjamin’s.
Coincidentally, there was a suspicious silver object hovering the Chelsea skyline yesterday. Onlookers swear it was a UFO sighting, stopping New Yorkers in their tracks for two straight blocks, which is a feat in itself.
"Some people saw something described as yellow with blue lights surrounding [the object]," said FAA spokesman Jim Peters. A few believe the reflective dots they witnessed were weather balloons but Peter claims his agency had no prior knowledge they'd be launched.
The incident begs the question: If you were attempting to raise thousands of dollars to support a conspiracy theory, where better to launch a publicity stunt than one of the most populated cities in the world? And, what better medium to use than another conspiracy?
Mr. Jones, you are either a genius or just plain crazy. Either way, if there are Martians in the background of your live video feed today, we’ll know what’s up.
seemslikeadream wrote:Did Conspiracy Theorist Alex Jones Enlist UFOs?
justdrew wrote:seemslikeadream wrote:Did Conspiracy Theorist Alex Jones Enlist UFOs?
Alex never plays with the UFOs as far as I've seen, planting this story would seem more plausible though.
Wombaticus Rex wrote:professorpan wrote:Wombaticus Rex wrote:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ten_Thirteen_Productions
I was checking out Richard Dolan's (heartbreaking) new site, where the lead article was about the "Bluebeam" predictions for 10-13 and he was expressing bafflement as to where the date came from. I figured everyone knew about Ten Thirteen...I'm re-watching all three seasons of Millennium lately so I see that shit all the time. I figured it was an X-Files in-joke.
As to why Dolan has turned to Stanton Friedman, Jim Marrs and some hollywood pouf named Bryce Zabel, well...that's a whole other Other. Definitely got me sadface, though.
Dolan paid his dues, though...go get that idiot money, buddy, you earned it. Have fun on the other side.
Cosmic Cowbell wrote:Unless they're traveling at 5000MPH while dematerializing -and- flashing every color of the rainbow to such effect that everyone watching is instantly hypnotized - in HD, it's simply more Tube fodder. Buzz begets Buzz - and attention whores.
vanlose kid wrote:all the memes coming together...
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