Alex Jones: A Reader’s Misgivings

Alex Jones as he appeared on the BBC. Click to enlarge

Alex Jones as he appeared on the BBC. Click to enlarge

The Drudge Report has linked to 244 of his stories in the last two years alone. His Web sites get up to a million visitors a day. Last year he earned nearly $7 million, plowing all of it right back into his business.
Alex Jones deserves credit for reaching many people who otherwise might not know about the conspiracy. His position on most issues is usually right on.
But a real leader brings people under his tent. Jones has alienated as many within the Truth Movement as outside it.

by Sandeep Parwaga — (henrymakow.com) June 13, 2014

In the past, I rejected accusations that Jones is false opposition, a Jesuit, a Zionist shill, etc., But as I continued to watch him, I realized that some of the charges may have some validity.
1) Jack Blood worked for Alex Jones for many years. In an impassioned interview, Blood says Jones is a power driven control freak, “not the same an he used to be;””100% fake”, a “fascist,” a “centralizer,” and a “wrecker.” He says Jones worked with Glenn Beck to sabotage libertarian Debra Medina’s campaign for governor in 2010 and helped Rick Perry get the nomination. Blood says Jones is a bully in business and in personal relations. He is disloyal to his associates and eats like a pig. (See also “Deadline Live – Jack Blood and Callers Expose Alex Jones“)
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