By Timothy Fitzpatrick
March 21, 2015 Anno Domini
Life must be pretty good for Alex Jones.
He’s raking in millions, living large within the protective barrier of his CIA/Zionist handlers, and fooling millions of people with his sophisticated fake persona using psychological trickery and word magic.
His largely lower class audience haven’t the educated means with which to figure out the con. They are at the mercy of a heavily funded psychological operation, with an intelligent millionaire as the window dressing. His audience gets poorer and poorer with the doom and gloom Jones sells them as he himself gets fatter (literally) and richer.
One of the many rewards Jones has received for his establishment shilling is his Dogwood Creek home, which is safely located in a gated community in Austin, Texas . It is now valued at over $1 million, dwarfing the shanty his average listener rents or squats in. One source lists Jones’ home at $1,039,947. Jones also recently opened up another fancy, new studio, supposedly all with the funding of his meager PrisonPlanet TV subscriptions and the proceeds from his Infowars store, which consists of disinformation material and unverified health products. Late last year, Jones claimed to have invested $70-90 million into the Infowars group of companies. By the way, these companies, shown below, are registered through Jones’ Jewish, Bronfman-connected attorney Elizabeth M. Schurig. Other apparent shell companies, like Magnolia Management LLC and I Am That Girl, are listed here.
How Jones can come up with this kind of capital all on his own is as puzzling as his supposed Dogwood roommates and his Jewish neighbours.
Alex Jones’ Dogwood ‘tenants’
CorporationWiki lists three other questionable characters at Jones 6601 Dogwood Creek Drive address. They are deposed Texas state attorney Jack Stick, sports broadcaster Greg Swindell, and now defunct Jill Beckett Cochran Inc. When cross-referencing these characters with Wikileaks, only Jack Stick’s former employer, the Texas Health and Human Services Commission turns up. It appears the Commission’s Duane Pietsch was in contact with Stratfor on a personal level. Here is one example. Why these people are listed at Jones’ residence is strange. Perhaps they are being listed at this address through attorney Schurig, or perhaps Jones is in kahoots with them.
Alex Jones’ Jewish neighbours
Another to add to the growing list of Jews connected to Alex Jones is his physical neighbours. Several have seemingly Jewish surnames, including Robert Feiner, Scott Snyder, Cheryl Shapiro. Is Jones and his Jewish wife Kelly more comfortable around such neighbours, or is it just a coincidence, as Texas has a disproportionately large population of Jews?
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