With Alex Jones’ allegiance now clearly belonging to the Zionist-occupied United States intelligence community and not to the patriot community, it’s interesting to speculate at which point and how he was recruited to the CIA and what drew him to an organization that would eventually lead him to committing treason against the American people.
Jones officially started his CIA Operation Mockingbird, FBI COINTELPRO operation (the two programs work in tandem as part of the U.S. government), Infowars, in Austin, Texas in 1996, the same year Israeli intelligence established it’s front Stratfor, also in Austin, Texas.
But it’s unlikely that Jones was recruited to the CIA that same year, as counter intelligence operatives require extensive training and programming before they become active field agents or assets.
Is he CIA…or is he a Zionist shill? Make up your mind!
I should point out at this point that Jones’ shilling for the Jewish lobby appears to be via the CIA, not the other way around. Keep in mind that the CIA is subservient to Israel and its intelligence apparatus. There are many blogs and videos claiming that Jones is only CIA. This is only half of the truth. One should imagine the CIA as a paid contractor of the Israeli Mossad. CIA operatives then work for the State of Israel with the façade of being American and loyal to America’s interests. To answer the question of exactly what kind of shill Alex Jones is, the answer then is that he is both a Zionist and CIA shill, with the CIA likely being his paymaster. Of course, one, some, or all of his dozens of Jewish advertizers on his Infowars program could be tied to Israeli intelligence and/or the CIA as well, so they would also be financing the Infowars COINTELPRO operation, but indirectly. Jones claims he has invested over $70 million into the Infowars empire. I guess he doesn’t expect his gullible followers to question whether a supposed grassroots radio host could come up with this kind of capital.
Jones’ early life
As is typical with most intelligence operatives, little is known about Alex Jones’ childhood and the years leading up to 1996. His Wikipedia entry for his early life is only a paragraph long. He claims to have been born in Dallas, Texas in 1974, after which point he appears to have been moved around quite a bit with his parents, culminating in a stint at Austin Community College, before he would go on to become the popular radio host he is today. He claims to have become familiar with conspiracies at a young age, being influenced by his father, a dentist and member of the John Birch Society (JBS), who retained books like None Dare Call it Conspiracy in his library. This book was published by the society and is basically required reading for Birchers. How true the following admission by Jones in Jewish-owned Rolling Stone magazine is remains unclear, but perhaps we can glean some understanding of his upbringing.
“My parents were careful not to give me political views almost as an experiment to see what I’d turn into,” he says. “The closest thing to a childhood political training was some neighbors who were members of the John Birch Society. They’d come over for dinner and I’d be exposed to those ideas, starting at around age two.”
The most enduring influence, though, was a 1971 bestseller he found on his father’s bookshelf: None Dare Call It Conspiracy. Authored by Gary Allen, a spokesman for the John Birch Society, the book provided the cornerstone for New World Order conspiracies. According to None Dare, the federal income tax is nothing but a plot by a cabal of mega rich “insiders” who work to suck the middle class dry and transfer its wealth to the Ford and Rockefeller foundations. As a teenager, Jones read the book twice. “It’s still the easiest-to-read primer to the New World Order,” he says.
Jones claims that his affinity to conspiracies was rooted in his experience with corrupt Rockwall cops, who once arrested him while driving without a license and in possession of a six-pack of beer. Oddly, this incident supposedly provoked his father to move his family and his dental practice to Austin, Texas.
“They brought me to jail,” Jones says. “Afterward, one of the cops told me to wise up, or they’d frame me and send me away.” The following week, his father was so spooked that he sold his dental practice and moved the family to Austin. A few months later, Rockwall County’s sheriff was indicted on organized-crime charges.
“The Rockwall cops were lowbrow thugs, and Alex was a hell-raiser,” says Buckley Hamman, a cousin who grew up with Jones. “The conflict with the cops started Alex down the road of his current pursuit.”
Jones apparently began to fall under the influence of Judeo-Masonic Enlightenment thinkers like Edward Gibbon, whose books may have been available to Jones through his father’s library or perhaps through the family’s Bircher friends. Jones’ Enlightenment influence is consistent with his current unwavering support of the Masonic U.S. Constitution (and Ron Paul) and the overwhelmingly Masonic U.S. Founding Fathers. Jones is the quintessential WASP elitist. Of course, the JBS is a strong advocate of Judeo-Masonic republicanism, Ron Paul, the Masonic U.S. Constitution, and so-called free-market capitalism.
Alex Jones’ early message centered on Birch themes involving the United Nations, CFR, and the Federal Reserve
After establishing himself on radio and with his website, Jones consistently spread New World Order conspiracy theories centered around a unified plot carried out by the United Nations, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the U.S. Federal Reserve. This line is straight from the rhetoric put out by the JBS. One notable instance of Jones parroting the JBS line was during a public speech given by then-Texas governor George W. Bush. Jones interrupted the soon-to-be U.S. President and accused him of being in league with the Federal Reserve and the CFR. In what could well have been a staged incident, authorities then handcuffed Jones before the cameras stopped rolling. Of course, he was eventually let go, presumably without incident. On his radio program, Jones constantly ranted and raved about the United Nations takeover of America, a specifically JBS theme. The JBS states that one of its “most immediate objectives…is to get the United States out of the United Nations and the United Nations out of the United States.” It even produced a documentary, The UN Deception, in 2001. An old video from the 1990s surfaced on Youtube within the last few years showing Alex Jones fingering the UN as being part of a plot to oppress Jews in Israel. Most interestingly, Jones confesses to supporting the state of Israel, in defiance of the UN, despite the fact that the UN helped Israel become the illegal state it is today. It’s difficult to accept the Birch Society’s anti-Federal Reserve claims when one of its founding members, William J. Grede, served as director of the Federal Reserve Bank’s Seventh District from 1947 to 1961. Grede also served several years on the UN-connected Rockefeller national council for the YMCA. The Birch Society, nor Alex Jones, never attacks the core problem at the heart of the Federal Reserve, which is usury, carried out by a cabal of exclusively Jewish international banksters. The JBS’s hypocrisy is almost the same with the CFR. Early Birch Society member Spruille Braden, an American diplomat, was a member of the CFR. Braden was a paid lobbyist for the United Fruit Company, which was used by the CIA to force regime change in Nicaragua in 1954. That Bircher Thomas Coleman Andrews was commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service in the 1950s doesn’t help the Society’s credibility that it is truly anti-tax either. Jones is also outspokenly anti-tax and pro free-market capitalism. The seemingly anti-communist JBS also never attacks the driving force behind communism, which is clearly the Jewish revolutionary movement. Other JBS rhetoric often rehashed by Jones includes the notion of fluoridated water as a plot to make us all docile. In my observations of Jones, when he is under criticism, instead of addressing the points, he will automatically fall back on his foundational JBS rhetoric, including the fluoride and vaccine conspiracies. Older readers may remember that the JBS was strongly anti-JFK during the former President’s short term in office. The JBS was remembered for distributing close to 5,000 flyers accusing JFK of committing treason while serving as President, in the days leading up to the assassination. Jones has gone out of his way to suppress the Israeli Mossad orchestration of this crime. Of course, the Society and Jones have not been so anti-JFK in recent years, as it has become more obvious that there was a conspiracy to kill JFK, and to say otherwise would tarnish their image as being anti-conspiracy.
The John Birch Society as a Judeo-Masonic-CIA front
JBS, like CIA front National Review, was established in 1958, at the height of the CIA’s psychological warfare research and development phase and during the CIA’s creation of its Operation Mockingbird program, which would pave the way for the CIA to use the media for covert domestic and international psychological warfare. John Birch himself worked for U.S. intelligence through the Office of Strategic Services (OSS). And like National Review, which was dominated by Jews at the top, it appears the JBS’ function is to homogenize the conservative movement and, eventually, the conspiracy community, into one manageable controlled opponent.
Conspiracy researcher Eustace Mullins wrote in his 1988 book Murder By Injection that the JBS was created by the WASP elitist Rockefeller family as controlled opposition to the conspiracy it purportedly was set up to resist.
The Rockefellers were also active on the ‘right wing’ front through their sponsorship of the John Birch Society. To enable Robert Welch, a 32nd degree Mason, to devote all of his time to the Society, Nelson Rockefeller purchased his family firm, the Welch Candy Company, from him at a handsome price. Welch chose the principal officers of the Society from his acquaintances at the Council on Foreign Relations. For years afterwards, American patriots were puzzled by the consistent inability of the John Birch Society to move forward on any of its well-advertised ‘anti-Communist’ goals. The fact that the Society had been set up at the behest of the backers of the world Communist revolution may have played some role in this development. Other patriots wondered why most American conservative writers, including the present writer, were steadily blacklisted by the Society for some thirty years. Despite thousands of requests from would-be book buyers, the Society refused to review or list any of my books. After several decades of futility, the Society was totally discredited by its own record.
Similarly, many of Jones’ critics reach the same conclusion that Mullins reaches about JBS—Jones’ inability to move forward on any of his purported goals of thwarting the New World Order conspiracy. Whether or not the Rockefeller dynasty is Jewish, they have worked hand in hand with the Jewish money power and the Zionist revolutionary movement. Late Zionist researcher John “Birdman” Bryant brought to the conspiracy community’s attention disturbing revelations from a book by late disillusioned Bircher founder Professor Revilo P. Oliver, which implicates what he calls the “B’nai Birch” with Jews and the CIA-controlled right. Bryant writes,
In 1966, Prof Revilo Oliver (now deceased), who was co-founder (with eleven others) of the Birch Society and Associate Editor of its major organ, American Opinion, discovered that Robert Welch, the JBS’s principal founder, was controlled by Jews, the purpose of said control being to harmlessly absorb and deflect the energy and money of patriotic Americans who wished to fight the ‘international communist conspiracy’, while leaving unmolested the Jewish-led conspiracy against America and Western civilization. In 1981 Oliver published America’s Decline: The Education of a Conservative, in which he told the story of his discovery.
I myself and many of Alex Jones’ critics have leveled the same charge against Alex Jones as Professor Oliver levels against Welch and JBS.
I was not astonished, although I was pained, by the discovery that Welch was merely the nominal head of the Birch business, which he operated under the supervision of a committee of Jews, while Jews also controlled the flow, through various bank accounts, of the funds that were needed to supplement the money that was extracted from the Society’s members by artfully passionate exhortations to “fight the Communists.”
The money generated from Alex Jones’ supporters could be said to be working in the very same way against their own interests. Oliver makes another prophetic, parallel Jones-JBS critique,
…I note that Welch, perhaps on instructions, no longer has much to say about the “Communist Conspiracy,” and, after flirting with the notion of reactivating Weishaupt’s diabolic llluminati, seems to have settled on the conveniently nameless and raceless “Insiders” as the architects of all evil, inspired by an unexplained malevolence.
This describes Jones’ carefully crafted explanation of the world conspiracy as being merely the work of “globalists”, “the elite”, “Luciferians”, etc.
Oliver goes on describing the direct Jewish involvement in editorial policy,
…the Society still publishes American Opinion and the Review of the News, for which very competent journalists are hired to write under Jewish supervision, and both periodicals contain some authentic information that is not found in the New York Times, since they are censored for distribution to a different audience.
Today, JBS publishes The New American.
Proving Oliver correct, on Sept. 13, 2011, JBS published an article by the Jewish Sam Blumenfeld endorsing the official kosher story of the 9/11 WTC attack. Birch writer John Rees is alleged to be an “Israeli intelligence agent.” Rees also allegedly provides intelligence to the CIA, FBI, and NSA. JBS has also propagated the Holocaust dogma of Judaism.
Oliver, again, details then what is now echoed about Jones as controlled opposition,
After my resignation, many individuals urged me to “expose” the Welcher, but almost all of them had already perceived that the Society had become a Jewish auxiliary, primarily used to keep the goyim confused and docile and to frustrate patriotic movements that had any potentiality of effectiveness.
The JBS never addressed Oliver’s accusations but, instead, Welch and the society went on a public smear campaign against Oliver. Likewise, when confronted, Alex Jones never addresses his many Jewish and intelligence connections but ends up smearing the questioner or diverting the discussion.
Jewish Bircher Roy Cohn was reportedly the principle figure in the private intelligence dissemination network Western Goals Foundation (WGF), which appears to have been closely associated with JBS. Groups like JBS and the WGF allowed intelligence gathering to continue unabated in the fallout from the restrictive legislation that followed the 1970s COINTELPRO scandal. Using private interests allowed the intelligence apparatus to carry on without government interference.
Some have speculated that Alex Jones is financed by the Koch Brothers, who are members of JBS.
Jones advances the B’nai Birch legacy as part of CIA/FBI COINTELPRO
Jones’ 100 percent certified kosher conspiracy message has been consistent throughout the 18 years he has been active as a counter-intelligence operative, and it has been specifically Birch in nature. Even today, he overtly promotes JBS, even urging his listeners to join. In Apri, 2006, Jones told current JBS CEO John McManus,
To which McManus replied,
…looking forward to seeing the relationship continue.
Jones even let follow Austinite and Bircher Bob Dacy fill in for him to carry out hosting duties of the Alex Jones show.
But as the JBS has somewhat faded today, Alex Jones has risen to popularity to carry on its legacy. It appears Jones was knowingly recruited by the CIA at some point during his John Birch-influenced upbringing. Along the way, he has been guided by the “Jewish supervisors” former Birch founder Oliver revealed directs the society—Stratfor in Austin, Texas being one such supervisor. Like National Review and like the JBS, Jones’ objective is to misdirect dissent to the New World Order conspiracy by homogenizing dissidents into a monolithic group that can be more easily directed by the conspirators. It’s interesting that Jones uses the word “experiment” when talking about his parents raising him. Could it be that his parents were somehow involved in the CIA or one its fronts? Jones Jr. then, was being groomed for work as a field agent from a very young age, which is not uncommon in the CIA.
 Alex Jones and Jewish Sponsors http://alexjonesexposed.info/alex-jones-and-jewish-sponsors/
 Meet Alex Jones, Rolling Stone, March 2, 2011 http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/talk-radios-alex-jones-the-most-paranoid-man-in-america-20110302
 William J. Grede Is Dead at 92; Joined in Founding Birch Society, New York Times, June 7, 1989 http://www.nytimes.com/1989/06/07/obituaries/william-j-grede-is-dead-at-92-joined-in-founding-birch-society.html
 1954 Guatemalan coup d’état http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1954_Guatemalan_coup_d%27état
 Parallels between Alex Jones and CIA front National Review http://fitzinfo.wordpress.com/2014/04/24/parallels-between-alex-jones-and-cia-front-national-review/
 Eustace Mullins, Murder By Injection, Staunton VA: National Council for Medical Research, 1988: 340-1
 Oliver, Revilo P., America’s Decline: The Education of a Conservative, Londinium Press (1981), p. 425
 The John Birch Society — Exposed!, John Bryant http://www.thebirdman.org/Index/NetLoss/NetLoss-Oliver.html
 Oliver, Revilo P., America’s Decline: The Education of a Conservative, Londinium Press (1981), p. 421
 Ibid, p. 425
 Blumfeld, Sam, The Meaning of 9/11, http://www.jbs.org/the-john-birch-society/the-meaning-of-9-11
 Interhemispheric Resource Center, GroupWatch, Western Goals Foundation, References: 5. Letter from Sean Steinbach and Dominik Diehl, May 22, 1987. 8. Elton Manzione, “The Private Spy Agency,” The National Reporter (Summer 1985).
 Oliver, Revilo P., America’s Decline: The Education of a Conservative, Londinium Press (1981), p. 425-26
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