Alex Jones and Infowars appear to be in damage control as damning information linking Alex Jones to the Israeli intelligence firm STRATFOR is spreading virally around the internet
On February 16, 2012, Truther.org published a breaking news story entitled “Alex Jones Cancels Speaking Tour 3 Days After Exposure As Possible ...“. The article detailed the obvious and striking similarities between Alex Jones‘ Infowars and the Zionist intelligence agency entitled STRATFOR.
A few weeks later on February 29, 2012, the story regarding Jones and STRATFOR began to go viral on the web. At the time of publishing, there were over 3,000 blogs and websites posting the original story.
The chain of events which have transpired in the last 72 hours are quite shocking and may lead to the downfall of Alex Jones, Infowars, and STRATFOR.
The Bogus Infowars News Story
On February 29, 2012, the exact same day the story regarding Jones and STRATFOR became and internet sensation, Alex Jones and Infowars released a new news story, with the words “STRATFOR” and “Israel” in the title of the story. The only problem with the Infowars story was that it was old news from November 13, 2011, packaged as new news for February 29, 2012.
The bogus Infowars news article was a calculated move by Alex Jones and his Infowars crew to muddy the waters in regards to the information linking Jones to STRATFOR. By creating a bogus news story with two key search terms in the headline, people searching online for information regarding Jones and STRATFOR would be led astray.
The bogus story by Infowars is now being carried by hundreds if not thousands of alternative news websites. Although the pathetic attempt by Jones did not work, as evidenced by the 3,000 plus websites currently carrying the Jones STRATFOR story, the fact that Alex Jones and Infowars published a bogus story shows they are in fact trying to block the story.
If the allegations linking Jones to STRATFOR were not true, why would they try to cover it up?
The Death of Andrew Breitbart
The death of neocon political activist Andre Breitbart is disturbing for many reasons, but mainly because Breitbart died on Thursday night or February 29, 2012. While his death is officially listed as March 1, 2012, he allegedly died shortly after drinking two glasses of wine with dinner at about the same time that the story regarding Jones and STRATFOR began its viral ascend.
While Breitbart may have been killed for his upcoming video release of Obama’s alleged Communist terror connections as put forth by Alex Jones and Infowars, there is a possibility that he was killed by an Israeli hit team in an attempt to divert attention away from the Alex Jones STRATFOR connection. While this may seem absurd, the Alex Jones STRATFOR story is now posted on over 3,000 blogs and rising every hour.
Aside from Alex Jones, Israeli owned Fox News, Jewish radio host Michael Savage and Jewish web guru Matt Drudge have been the loudest in reporting the death of Breitbart and disposing rumors regarding his potential assassination. Despite what Jones has stated on his radio in respect to Breitbart’s unexpected death, Breitbart was not only Jewish but supported the Zionist wars in the Middle East. There was really nothing un-establishment about Breitbart, unless he had a recent change of heart that went unreported. In what appears to be a sickening twist of irony, Breitbart may have been killed for political gain by the very same Zionist political establishment he supported.
While it’s too early to know whether Breitbart was indeed the victim of an Israeli assassination, it’s never too early to speculate.
The March 2, 2012 Wikipedia Entry
As evidenced by the screen shot taken on March 2, 2012, employees at Wikipedia, another Zionist run dis-information service, appear to be having a great time mocking the tragic death of Breitbart. While not likely connected to Alex Jones, Infowars, or STRATFOR, it appears to be a Zionist media ploy aimed at making the Breitbart story even bigger that it already is.
Wikipedia Text: Don’t matter any more he is Dead. It’s official he ain’t here anymore! RIP
About the Author:David Chase Taylor is an American journalist, researcher, writer, teacher, media analyst and peace activist. He is the editor in chief of Truther.org, a false-flag and state-sponsored terror whistleblower website which serves as a conduit for worldwide peace related news and information. Truther’s motto is “Peace by Revelation”, with the stated purpose of obtaining world peace though non-violent pro-active peace action.