As the evidence continues to mount that Alex Jones is a counter-intelligence Zionist agent, the conspirators handling him are scrambling to throw the general public off the scent of the stinking COINTELRPO operation in Austin, Texas.
That’s where two diversionary strawman theories come into play: that Jones is a secret Jesuit agent and/or that Jones is really Bill Hicks, a deceased comedian and social critic from Texas.
Shills accuse Jones of being a Jesuit
The first theory is an obvious lie. Zionists have been using the Jesuit conspiracy theory for hundreds of years to cover up their own crimes, to keep people off their tails, and to defame their long-time enemy, the Catholic Church. While the Jesuit conspiracy theory is growing in general, it has been directed at Alex Jones as of late. The rhetoric goes that Jones is working on behalf of this alleged Jesuit-run New World Order, with the proof being that Jones never talks about the Jesuits. However, there are countless instances where Jones has talked about and criticized the Vatican and the Catholic Church. Jones has even denounced on air the theory that he is a Jesuit. There aren’t a lot of people being taken in by this theory, but the few who advocate it are vocal and get their message out with much persistence and consistency. If they aren’t being paid to do this, they are very passionate about it. If the shills don’t call Jones a Jesuit, they will call him either a Knight of Malta (no proof), or, if they have a hard time convincing someone of that, they will simply say then that he is Jesuit trained (again, no proof). One nut claims that because Jones uses the Swiss cross as the logo for his health products, he must be a Swiss Knight Templar, even though the Templars weren’t Jesuits, even though the Knights Templars haven’t existed for hundreds of years, other than the freemasons using the name only. The use of the Swiss cross as an international symbol is well known. And for all we know, Jones could deliberately have used the symbol to mess with his critics. After all, he has the incentive to indulge those who accuse him of being a Jesuit. Whatever takes the focus off of what he really is.
The Jesuit conspiracy theory has been spread by a small group of people, including Zionist diamond merchant Eric Jon Phelps, Alexander Hislop, F. Tupper Saussy, the Seventh Day Adventist Church (a Zionist offshoot), Malachi Martin (financed by the American Jewish Committee to spread disinformation about the Jesuits), establishment fictionalist Dan Brown, Edward Hendrie, and a few others. (In the near future, I will critique the Jesuit conspiracy theory in more detail)
Shills accuse Jones of being Bill Hicks
The other theory, that Jones is Bill Hicks, is so over the top and so ridiculous that nobody in their right mind would give it any attention. But that doesn’t matter, the point of this theory, and that of the Jesuit theory, is to muddy the waters, to divert attention away from Jones numerous connections to the Zionist establishment and the intelligence community. The source of this theory appears to be a blogger named “Mack Quigley,” who appears to have created many videos and designed many photo illustrations detailing the alleged proof that Jones is Hicks. This media is now circulating widely around the net, as is the media calling Jones a secret Jesuit. The story goes that Hicks didn’t really die but changed his identity to Alex Jones with the aid of facial surgery. Like the Jesuit theory, this theory appears to be another Zionist-created diversion. Quigley admits on his site that he is a Zionist. When he is not busy manipulating his “evidence” that Jones is Hicks, he is posting Zionist hate, like the following:
The mindless echo-chamber of fake ‘alternative’ news is full of hypocritical morons and race-baiting Jew-haters who can’t think straight – and don’t want to because that’s part of their psyop. It’s fashionable for these clowns to use words like “criminal” to describe the State of Israel’s lawful conduct – even when it is defending itself against alien domestic insurgents operating within their own territory killing Israeli citizens.
I support Israel. From the Nile to the Euphrates, all that land belongs 100% to the Jews alone. It is their homeland forever. The Arabs need to get out and stay out. Their blood is on their own heads for trying to steal land that doesn’t belong to them.
We have lived to see a very interesting day. I can’t help but think we are on the verge of World War 3 and the tribulation period. Which means the rapture could happen at any time.
Even so come quickly Lord Jesus!
Incidentally, Quigley’s blog appears to have been created early in 2012, around the same time news of Jones’ ties to Stratfor broke and a year following the hack of Stratfor’s emails. And wouldn’t you know it, Quigley just happens to endorse the sister strawman attack against Alex Jones:
It’s reminiscent of how a documentary film-maker joined Fred Phelps church and suddenly they were making professional signs and had all sorts of web promotion. Either is Sanderson is a sincere and naive idiot who doesn’t realize he is being used, or he is involved with the Alex-Jones/Wittenberger crowd knowingly. Jesuits love the tactic of infiltration and subversion.
—Mack Quigley, Are Jews Christ Killers?
There seems to be a definite co-ordinated effort to discredit and quash Jones’ legitimate critics.
Jesuit-Hicks theories help Alex Jones stay in power
Because the two theories against Jones are so easily disprovable (what makes them each a strawman argument), it creates the perception that critics of Alex Jones are crazy or fulfills Jones’ claim that his critics are government operatives merely looking to discredit him. The claim that Jones is a Zionist double agent, however, is very easily demonstrable and is the only true threat to Jones in his position as patriot leader. So, it’s likely that Jones and his handlers, if they aren’t behind these strawman attacks, are welcoming them with open arms.
For more on the Alex Jones saga, read the following: