Infowars studio location revealed

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By Timothy Fitzpatrick

February 12, 2017 Anno Domini

The alleged secret location of Alex Jones’ Infowars studio is in an industrial park in southeast Austin, Texas.

Pete Santilli approaches the Infowars studio, which is deceptively labelled as "Oak Shipping".

Pete Santilli approaches the Infowars studio, which is deceptively labelled as “Oak Shipping”, in 2014.

Jones broadcasts his Likud-controlled counter-intelligence propaganda show from a unit(s) at 3019 Alvin Devane Boulevard with a misleading facade on the front door labelled “Oak Shipping” (this fake name and logo may have changed recently). The unit number is supposedly 300-350; however, Google maps shows the wrong location of the unit. The raid by Pete Santilli on the Infowars studio back in 2014 shows that the main unit is in the northern section of the complex (where I have put the Infowars logo in the Google map capture above).

The unit is surrounded by technology, technical, and finance companies, some or all of which may well be CIA front companies, as Jones’ operation is connected to the CIA itself (they like to keep their front companies together so they can protect each other). To the east of Jones’ unit is the State of Texas Division for Disability Determination Services and to the north is Republican Ken Paxton’s State of Texas Attorney General’s Office, which is Republican. Some of the names of the other complex occupants include U.S. government-linked and Israeli companies like: Negevetch Ltd.; Nano-Master; Universal Leasing and Trading, LP; Pinnacle Peak Holding Corp.; Metaphor Technology Farm; Open Roads Consulting, Inc.; Secular Growth Investments, LLC; and Ixrf Systems, Inc.

Jones still appears to be using the same series of shell companies, as previously reported on this blog, to obscure his operation and its personnel. The shells have likely been cleverly configured by his Bronfman-connected lawyer Elizabeth L. Morgan (formerly: Schurig). Incedentally, the Bronfmans became masters at tax avoidance, running their criminal enterprises through a complex series of companies, foundations, trusts, and others.

One of my readers has pointed out that Jones’ studio move to this Alvin Devane location was preceded by one of his “money bomb” campaigns, in which Jones manipulates his gullible supporters by pleading for money under the pretext that it is necessary in order to continue with his “operation”.

Radio host Alex Jones arrested in Build-a-Burger altercation in Austin

 

Radio host Alex Jones pictured here with dozens of burgers on the set of his popular Infowars broadcasts.

Radio host Alex Jones pictured here with dozens of burgers on the set of his popular Infowars broadcasts.


By Centari Jackson

TreasonPlanet.com
May 30, 2016

Radio host Alex Jones remains in police custody following an altercation at a Burger King in downtown Austin, Texas late this morning.

Burger King workers at the food court in the Srtatfor complex said that the altercation began after 42-year-old Jones demanded that he be able to customize a large number of cheeseburgers. When restaurant staff told him they were premade and were sold as they are, Jones grew very angry and began to flail his arms about, yelling and screaming about a “New world order conspiracy” to suppress him.

“He was hysterical,” says Jeffrey Hamilton, a 16-year-old employee of the popular fast-food chain. “He could not accept what we told him about the burgers. And he wanted a ridiculous amount of burgers, like 50 or something.”

At one point, another work intervened, calling Jones a “Zionist disinformation agent” and telling him to back down. The self-proclaimed patriot then lashed out and grabbed said employee by the collar and screamed, “I am the king of conspiracy! You must be a government agent!”

Jones, not satisfied, reportedly made a cellphone call to Stratfor chairman George Friedman. But by the time Friedman arrived to help his associate, police had already arrested Jones.

Friedman declined to comment on the altercation.

A food court security guard said that he sees Jones quite regularly in the food court, usually in the smoking room, where Friedman and other men in suits often accompany him.

Austin city police said they want to question Jones but are unlikely to press any charges.

Jones’ lawyer Elizabeth L. Morgan issued a statement to the press shortly after the arrest saying that her client has been under a lot of stress lately due to an ongoing custody battle over his three children. Jones’s ex-wife Kelly Rebecca Nichols filed for divorce in 2013. The host of conspiracy hub Infowars.com has also experienced disappointment over a drop in ratings of viewers of his various online programs over the last couple of years.

*The above article is satire and intended for entertainment purposes. Any resemblance to real life people or events is intentional.

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Alex Jones ignores adultery claim, leaked divorce with Jewish wife

Alex and Kelly

A screenshot of Alex and Kelly from the British documentary Secret Rulers of the World, which followed Alex during his alleged infiltration of Bohemian Grove. The five-part documentary was written and directed by the Jewish Jon Ronson and aired just months before the Sept. 11, 2001 “terrorist” attacks, possibly as a strategy to position Jones in anticipation of 9/11 dissent.

By Timothy Fitzpatrick
September 8, 2015 Anno Domini

Leaked documents showing Alex Jones’ divorce settlement with his Jewish wife Kelly (Violet) Rebecca Jones have been circulating on the web for a couple of days now, yet Jones has decided to publicly ignore it, perhaps as a means of perpetuating his good-Christian-patriot persona as he continues his HASBARA/COINTELPRO operation.

The documents, first revealed by Aaron Wilson of AlexJonesCritic.com, show that the couple, after almost seven years of marriage, officially divorced on March 23 of this year after Kelly’s initial filing with the 428th Judicial District Court of Hays County all the way back on December 18 of 2013. As part of the settlement, Jones was ordered to pay Kelly a $3.1 million, as well as the deed to their Back of the Moon Drive, Austin, Texas estate, valued at just under $1 million. Divorces typically involve a 50/50 split of the assets between couples, so it’s very possible that Jones may be worth close to $8 million, assuming he has no other hidden assets. With Jones now apparently out of the house, it appears Jones is living at the Ashton apartments overlooking the Colorado River in Austin, Texas. Jones has done several broadcasts from a high-rise building resembling the Ashton building. The document in the “settlement” link above lists Jones’ address as 101 Colorado Street in Austin, which appears to confirm that it is the high-rise Ashton building.

Jones alleged to have had affair with Infowars employee

From Twitter, McAdoo in her apparent Wiccan attire.

From Twitter, McAdoo in her apparent Wiccan attire. Incidentally, a boyfriend of McAdoo’s named Zeale posted masonic photos to his social media awhile back (1, 2, 3, 4).

Alleged federal whistleblower Stew Webb alleges that the divorce was caused by an affair between Jones and an unnamed Infowars employee. Although Webb does not name the employee, he states that it is a female, based on his source within the Infowars operation.

I will not name this woman out of respect for her privacy. Everybody on the Infowars team knew about the affair, states Webb

Rumours are swirling that the employee is undoubtedly Infowars reporter Lee Ann McAdoo, a big-busted young woman who many believe was hired by Jones merely for sex appeal. Jones, being the intelligent PR man that he is, knows that sex sells.

Jones must protect his image
In order for Jones to salvage what’s left of the control he has over NWO dissent, he must protect his image and that of his Jewish wife, which explains his complete silence over the issue. As far as Jones’ listeners are concerned, Jones is a good Christian patriot and a hero. To think of Jones as an adultering pig with multiple ties to the Jewish lobby would devastate the trust he has built up with his audience over his 20-year on-air operation.

Conspiracy researcher and Protestant preacher Texe Marrs claims to have married Alex and Kelly. The irony of this divorce is heightened by the fact that Marrs has gone out of his way multiple times to vouch for Jones as the upstanding Christian patriot he presents himself as. Marrs has done this despite the overwhelming evidence to the contrary. It’s strange, because Marrs, unlike Jones, tells the truth about Jewish power. He, of all people, should be able to spot a Zionist shill with great ease.

Jones misappropriating funds from his Infowars operation?
Is Jones using the proceeds from Infowars campaigns like his infamous “money bomb” to pay for his divorce settlement? Blogger Glenn Canady comes to a very likely conclusion:

This is only a story because Alex Jones continues to keep his huge divorce settlement a secret and is taking money from patriots which could now be going to the ex-wife and not to the fight against the new world order as he claims.  Alex needs to come clean on this divorce and admit that nearly $4 million of his money from his fans is going to the ex-wife now.

Alex Jones is doing a 24 hour money bomb on Sept. 16 to raise $1 million from his fans.  But since Alex Jones has kept his $4-million divorce a secret from his fans, how much of this money bomb will instead end up in the hands of his ex wife now?

You can’t put anything past Jones. There is no law that I know of that could stop him from misappropriating the money his naive fans donate to him.

HASBARA must go on
As well, nothing can interrupt Jones’ objective as an Israeli/Jewish HASBARA shill, especially following the defeat Jones conceded to one David Duke in a recent on-air debate. The debate proved so devastating that even Jones’ supporters walked away in disgust with Jones’ behaviour, coupled with the contradictory evidence Duke presented to Jones’ typical pro-Jewish narrative. Towards the end of the debate, Jones tried to save face, after realizing how bad he came off, by having his Jewish crewman Rob Jacobson attack Duke.

It appears that Kelly was the brains behind the Infowars operation, herself being a publicity hound for PETA at one time. Being Jewish just adds to the image of her as a Jewish revolutionary, with Jones as the parrot, whoring for Zionism every day on the microphone. But with this divorce, what direction will Jones and Infowars take? Was Kelly his Zionist handler? Perhaps his 34 Jewish advertizers, Jewish staffers, and apparent Stratfor connections will be enough to keep the engine running.

The Duke defeat as well as this divorce leak could be the final nail in the coffin of the Infowars operation. What credibility will Jones have left?

Libido Dominandi
If Jones’ alleged affair is true, what are the chances that this isn’t the first time Jones has let his passions rule him into a compromising situation? Could this, then, be the primary method by which Jones’ Jewish handlers direct him? Libido Dominandi is unequivocally the primary method the establishment uses to control and socially engineer people. For an exhaustive explanation of this form of control, I recommend historian E. Michael Jones’ most excellent book of the same title.

Above all, Alex Jones is human. His audience needs to unlearn the god-like image they have of him.

For more on the Alex Jones scandal, read the following:

Alex Jones all Koched up!

Millionaire Alex Jones’ mysterious Dogwood Creek home

Alex Jones pulls the Goldman over the sheeple’s eyes

Alex Jones’ Jewish handler at Emmis promotes Hicks meme

Alex Jones using hypnosis, subliminals, and NLP on audience

Did the CIA recruit Alex Jones through the John Birch Society?

COINTELPRO caught setting up strawman attacks against Alex Jones

Stratfor had two Alex Joneses

Alex Jones creating bogus stories to circumvent Stratfor revelations

Parallels between Alex Jones and CIA front National Review

Alex Jones, freemasonry, and the cult of Constitution

The Stratfor Infowar – Wikileaks reveals more on Kinky cointelpro Jones

Alternative media continues to ignore Alex Jones’ Stratfor connections

Learned helplessness through the alternative media

Infowars photo op at Stratfor?

The growing complexity of Alex Jones’ Israeli Connections

False opposition Mark Dice returns to the InfoWhores fold

Hypocrite Alex Jones as fake as Obama when crying

Is Alex Jones externalizing the hierarchy?

Alex Jones follows in the footsteps of Vladimir Zhirinovsky

Alex Jones’ Jewish handler at Emmis promotes Hicks meme

Kosher Hicks-Jones meme

By Timothy Fitzpatrick
Dec. 1, 2014 Anno Domini

Texas Monthly, the magazine that last week published an article hyping the conspiracy theory that Alex Jones is really deceased comedian Bill Hicks, is owned by Emmis Communications, which broadcasts the Alex Jones show through KLBJ.

In my article last week, I suggested that Alex Jones and his Zionist handlers were the ones behind this utterly ridiculous meme as a way of deflecting attention off of legitimate criticism of Alex Jones, namely that he is a Zionist gatekeeper, and to discredit Jones’ legitimate critics. Now, it looks more and more to be the case.

Emmis Communications CEO Jeffrey Smulyan

Emmis Communications CEO Jeffrey Smulyan

emmis communications logoTexas Monthly owned by same Zionist media racket that syndicates Infowars
Texas Monthly, based in the hometown of Alex Jones and Israeli Mossad front Stratfor, is owned by Emmis (“Emmis” is Hebrew for “truth) Communications, a media conglomerate which broadcasts Austin’s News Radio KLBJ. Alex Jones basically got his break on KLBJ in the 1990s and continues to syndicate The Alex Jones Show through it. Emmis is owned and operated by Jeffrey H. Smulyan, the winner of the Jewish National Fund’s Tree of Life Award. Smulyan is likely at least a sayan, which is a civilian helper of the Mossad who can help the organization circumvent obstacles to covert operations.

With Texas Monthly being part of the Emmis/Infowars empire, it is impossible that they would have published the Jones-Hicks story as a legitimate news story. It can only have been published to further perpetuate the meme, which is now circulating widely on the net by both paid shills and average people who have fallen for the meme as credible.

Emmis Communications tied to Stratfor and Koch Brothers
One of the major reasons for Jones to promote the Hicks meme is to cloud over the revelations about his Stratfor connections. And it just so happens that Emmis Communications also has ties with Stratfor. Wikileaks’ release of Stratfor emails shows Texas Monthly associate editor John Borders being invited for drinks with a Stratfor employee. In fact, Texas Monthly maintained regular contact with Stratfor, apparently in more than just a professional capacity. If you search the emails, you can see all kinds of exchanges.

Emmis Communications’ executive vice president and general counsel J. Scott Enright sits on the board of directors for the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice, which appears to be one of many Koch Brothers-funded ultra capitalist lobbies. Smulyan chaired the Koch-funded 2001 Democratic Leadership Council in Indianapolis, Indiana, Smulyan’s hometown. Some believe Alex Jones is financed by the Koch Brothers. This isn’t far fetched when you consider that his theories on economics and social structures align perfectly with that put forward by the Kochs and their front groups. Jones is also openly a Tea Party/Libertarian movement supporter, which is a creation of the Kochs. Jones tries to pawn off the Koch’s predatory system as “free market,” but there is nothing free about it. It’s the same Judeo-usurist system of the exploitation of labour. Jones is quick to call out Leftwing gatekeeper George Soros, but whom does he call out on the Right? It’s mysteriously absent in his critique of the political spectrum. Could it be because it’s the Kochs, by whom he is financed?

Alex Jones creating bogus stories to circumvent Stratfor revelations

Alex Jones Judas Goat Beck Psyop

By Timothy Fitzpatrick

May 19, 2014 Anno Domini

Last month, kosher conspiracy king Alex Jones staged his own little psyop in a desperate attempt to deflect the increasing revelations of his deceptive media empire, namely that it is an Israeli/CIA counter-intelligence honeypot.

In a pathetic display of desperation, Jones had Kurt Nimmo post an article attacking Zionist neocon Glenn Beck, depicting him as a Judas goat in the exact same fashion that I had done with Jones several years ago (see above photo on the right). Although the photo I created depicting Jones as the real Judas goat—someone used to associate with patriots in order to lead them to a predetermined outcome designed by their enemies—perhaps only recently has Jones and his intelligence gatherers at Stratfor grown aware of this photo and acted to deflect attention away from it by using the same key words and illustration in their articles, hoping that Internet searches will result in finding this decoy story and photo. Jones went on to spend an entire segment on his show talking about Judas goats, even quoting my graphic word for word, the definition of which I obtained from Wikipedia. This segment of Jones hypocritically talking about Judas goats was aired on April 1 (Fool’s Day), perhaps intentionally…laughing at the fools falling for the diversion he presented. The supposed revelation about Glenn Beck as a shill and Judas goat is not only hypocritical of Jones, it is not newsworthy to his followers, who are already well aware that Beck is a shill. Jones has been ranting about Beck for years. So why all of a sudden the talk of Judas goats? This wouldn’t be the first time that cointelpro Infowars created a distraction like this.

Before the public became aware that former Infowars editor Molly Maroney had worked for Stratfor, a journalist named David Chase Taylor was chasing the Alex Jones-Stratfor connection. On February 12, 2012, Taylor posted one of the first articles on the net to implicate Jones and Infowars with Israeli intelligence operation Stratfor, which is located just blocks from Alex Jones’ home and Infowars broadcast studio in Austin, Texas. At first, Jones and Stratfor ignored the article, but as it became viral, kosher konspiracy king Jones and his handlers became concerned and posted a decoy story, purported to be posted by, yet again, Kurt Nimmo.

A screenshot of the Infowars decoy story posted in reaction to David Chase Taylor's article linking Alex Jones with Stratfor.

A screenshot of the Infowars decoy story posted in reaction to David Chase Taylor’s article linking Alex Jones with Stratfor.

Taylor writes,

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? (Source)

As you can see, from the screenshot below, the Infowars piece was at least three-months old, even though Infowars posted it as if it were breaking news:

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Austin Texas Zionist Terror Cell InfowarsAnother recent example of Jones setting up another decoy is from his May 7, 2014 shows where he pretends to threaten the New World Order by having his pseudo reporters go over to Stratfor to investigate why his name is mentioned in the Stratfor emails, even though the emails were revealed quite awhile ago, and that he would interview Steve Jackson, the creator of the Illuminati game, who also happens to live in Austin, Texas. I can’t help but think Jones is now saying this as a decoy to the map I created showing Jones’ proximity to Stratfor and Steve Jackson.

These bogus stories created by Infowars reveal that Alex Jones and/or his handlers are now carefully examining all critical information of him, especially that regarding Stratfor, and likely spying on his critics. By deflecting attention, Jones also provides himself with some convenient alibis. After all, how could Jones possibly be the Judas goat when he is calling Beck the Judas goat? How could Jones be CIA when it’s really Beck, who is supposedly “colluding” with the CIA and the CFR?

Follow the Stratfor Infowar scandal:

Parallels between Alex Jones and CIA front National Review

The Stratfor Infowars – Wikileaks reveals more on Kinky cointelpro Jones

Alternative media continues to ignore Alex Jones’ Stratfor connections

The growing complexity of Alex Jones’ Israeli Connections

Infowars photo op at Stratfor?

Alex Jones, freemasonry, and the cult of Constitution

Freemason Alex JonesBy Timothy Fitzpatrick

With Alex Jones’ compromising Jewish connections now thoroughly documented, it’s not surprising to learn that Alex Jones consistently advocates specifically masonic concepts to his listeners.

Jones’s entire defense against the New World Order is based on the United States Constitution in the spirit of Founding Fathers like Thomas Jefferson and so called patriots like Paul Revere, both of whom were probable freemasons—both fighting each other within the purview of the Jewish kabbalist Hegelian dialectic (thesis + anti-thesis = synthesis [alchemical magic]). Jones apparently has no qualms about boldly declaring repeatedly on his daily radio show and in his documentaries that “the answer to 1984 is 1776.” I guess he sees no correlation between the Masonic founding of the United States of the America and the founding of the Jewish-Masonic Order of the Illuminati in Bavaria the same year. Perhaps it is a deceptive NLP technique of cryptically uplifting the date as it pertains to the Illuminati and their Enlightenment cult which paved the way for liberty, fraternity, and equality in the new world.

The Judeo-Masonic roots of the US founding fathers and the Constitution

De_Poncins_Leon_-_Freemasonry_and_Judaism_Secret_Powers_Behind_RevolutionFreemasonry, hatched in the British Empire following the Enlightenment-Rosicrucian revolutionary overthrow of the Catholic Church in England, is the proxy arm of the international Jewish conspiracy against Christ and His Saints. Throughout the centuries, the Jewish conspirators have struggled to refrain from publicly gloating of their engineering of this proxy movement.

Jews have entirely created Masonry to corrupt the nations of Christian civilization and to propagate behind this veil the general revolution which is to bring about the domination of Israel. It is simply a tool and a means in the hands of the Jews. In support of this, we can quote the article of Dr. Isaac M. Wise published in the Israelite of America, 3 August, 1866: ‘Masonry is a Jewish institution, whose history, degrees, charges, passwords, and explanations are Jewish from beginning to end.’[I]

This conspiracy to “corrupt the nations” was executed under the cover of “Enlightenment” progress and freedom. The Masonic Illuminati slogan is “liberty, fraternity, and equality”, which was shouted from rooftops as revolutionaries raped, pillaged, and murdered their way through France.

There are many instances where high-level Jews have admitted their leading role in the formation, development, and pursuits of freemasonry, the pinnacle of which being the bloody French and Russian revolutions. Revolution was the Jewish attempt at overthrowing Christ and His influence over Europe and Russia. But what many Americans may not know is that this same Jewish-masonic revolution was brought to the new world in the guise of liberty and freedom. The Statue of Liberty, made by French mason Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi and erected in New York’s harbor, was freemasonic France’s gift to the Founding Fathers and their spreading of masonic Enlightenment thought in the new world. The new world’s state religion of liberty, equality, and fraternity was eventually codified in the Bill of Rights and the U.S. Constitution. Don’t let the term “enlightenment” fool you. Their concept is the same as illumination—out of darkness comes the light through man’s acquisition of knowledge (gnosticism) and self-elevation through Enlightenment-Newtonian-occult science (magic) . This is false enlightenment. And it shows that the First Amendment, “Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion …”, is a lie. This is why Americans have national monuments in honour of freemasons, obelisks in honour of pagan gods, the Great Seal of the United States in honour of Horus, and why the masons built America’s first cities on occult ley lines (America’s major cities along the Eastern seaboard are in perfect alignment with Stonehenge).

Masonic US Constitution

Historian E. Michael Jones writes of John Locke and the British masonic Enlightenment thinkers who inspired the US Founding Fathers,

These groups shared a common hatred of French Catholic Absolutism. They differed on how to deal with the common enemy. For a moderate like Locke, the answer was constitutionalism. Men of good will and property should unite in free association and establish rules to live as free and equal citizens. The Masonic Lodge hovered in the background of this discussion as the model for the new Protestant polity.[II]

The 20th century’s most profound occultist, Manly Palmer Hall, explains in his book The Secret Destiny of America (1944) that the seemingly Christian language used by the US Founding Fathers and in documents such as the Declaration of Independence is a deception:

The rise of the Christian Church broke up the intellectual pattern of the classical pagan world. By persecution of this pattern’s ideologies it drove the secret societies into greater secrecy; the pagan intellectuals then reclothed their original ideas in a garment of Christian phraseology, but bestowed the keys of the symbolism only upon those duly initiated and bound to secrecy by their vows. (Chapter 7, The Democratic Tradition Preserved by Secret Societies)

Jacob Cats' Lampado Trado depicts John Dee, who many believe founded Rosicrucianism and Freemasonry in England, passes the light of illumination to Francis Bacon. Bacon was to bring this "light" to the new world (America).

Jacob Cats’ Lampado Trado depicts John Dee, who many believe founded Rosicrucianism and Freemasonry in England, passes the light of illumination to Francis Bacon. Bacon was to bring this “light” to the new world (America).

Remarkably, Hall credits the establishment of the 13 US colonies (note that 13 is of occult significance) to 17th century kabbalist Francis Bacon:

The Alchemists, Cabalists, Mystics, and Rosicrucians were the incisive instruments of Bacon’s plan. Representatives of these groups migrated to the colonies at an early date and set up their organization in suitable places. (Ch. 13)

The Seven Noahide Laws of the Babylonian Jewish Talmud, a racist and highly dictatorial book that blasphemes our Lord Jesus Christ among other things, is entrenched in the United States law, included in the fifteen capital laws of New England and incorporated into US Public Law 102-14 March 26, 1991 as “Education Day.” The Noahide Laws are veiled in benevolent language and falsely attributed to being from the Old Testament of the Bible. They are, in fact, Talmudic and have a very different interpretation under rabbinic tradition than their language appears. One could say that they are the Jewish rendition of Islamic Sharia law.

Liber Pater, or Bacchus.

Pseudo freedom

Alex Jones and his false opposition cronies like Ron Paul, a suspected freemason, are always talking about libertarianism and freedom. Jones, who in the past has sometimes argued from a Christian point of view, albeit a Protestant one, now speaks from a completely libertarian perspective. What many of his followers may not know is that the concepts of liberty and freedom are not as liberated and free as Jones would have you believe.

Libertas, Latin for liberty, originates with the Roman god Liber Pater (father of freedom, wine, and fertility). Of course, the US founding fathers built Washington DC and other cities in honour of Liber (Bacchus to the Greeks), with the proof being the Roman architecture and art of the Capitol buildings and the masonic geometric design of Washington DC, among other US sites of veneration to Roman gods. Libertarianism is thus equivalent to “free” thought, which was the cry of the masonic enlightenment against traditional science, classicism, and the Orthodox/Catholic monarchies. It is Jewish-masonic through and through. However, true freedom comes not through so called free thought or liberation from the consequences of actions but through the redemption of Christ, who frees us from the bondage of sin. Liber Pater is a cheap imitator of Christ. The libertarian movement and the US constitution, complete with their spirit of freemasonry and idolatry, cannot bring anyone true freedom. They are completely useless against the Judeo-Masonic New World Order conspiracy.

Major problems with the US Constitution as an instrument of freedom

Some may argue that regardless of the US Constitution’s Masonic origins, it protects Americans’ civil liberties and rights. Certainly, it does in theory and in certain historical instances. But how good can the Constitution be having occult Enlightenment origins and being based in a temporal and false form of freedom? And knowing the compromised origins of the United States and its laws, is it possible that the masonic Founding Fathers designed the Constitution to fail the people? Here are just some of the major defects with the Constitution,

One of the two gravest defects lies in how courts are structured with respect to the constitutions they interpret. A basic design pattern for good government is that officials should not be interpreters of their own power. Allowing federal courts to interpret federal powers and state courts to interpret state powers has led to inevitable aggrandizement of the powers of both: to broad interpretations of power-granting clauses. Vague constitutional language, which is practically inevitable, would not lead to tyranny if the judiciaries who have final say interpreting these clauses did not have incentives to expand these powers. This effect is exacerbated by allowing the legislature and executive to choose the judges. I am afraid that, for example, Professor Barnett’s proposal for convincing federal courts to (in many ways return to) libertarian interpretations of our Constitution, desirable as such interpretions are, is nevertheless futile. Incentives operate to select judges who profess broad interpretations of power, and while sitting on the court for judges to further aggrandize governmental power. Our judicial structure is another one-way ratchet towards tyranny.[III]

What about private property?

The other of the two gravest defects is the lack of unbundled political property rights. Federalism and separation of functions are two very good, indeed crucial, features of the Constitution, but they are insufficient for protecting liberty. Unbundled rights to engage in narrow forms of coercive legal procedure are often a far better way to distribute power than hierarchical federalism and separation of powers in an entity that is supposed to be in totality sovereign. The gothi of medieval Iceland, often cited by anarcho-capitalists, were an example of a political property right. Medieval and Renaissance England was a world full of polycentric, or highly distributed, political property rights, but these were swallowed up by legislative powers in colonial America. We must revive this very important and legally mature method of distributing political powers. Many legislative, executive, and judicial functions should be granted to private entities as political property rights, with the jurisdictional boundaries and procedural standards defined in those rights to be enforced by an extraordinary court independent of all other governmental entities.[IV]

Keep in mind that freemasonic membership is a prerequisite to becoming a judge in the United States of America and elsewhere. What’s more, Jewish persons are overrepresented in the judiciary.

It wouldn’t be difficult to imagine the Constitution being designed to fail, since Freemasons have always offered lies as truth, enslavement as freedom. For they are against God, who is Himself all truth and life. Their entire existence is based upon a hijacking of truth, overthrowing god, proclaiming themselves gods, and establishing their false messianic kingdom on Earth.

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Is Alex Jones a freemason?

So far, no one has been able to produce a list showing Infowars radio host Alex Emerick Jones’ as a registered freemason or fraternal brother. But based on his dialectic, he is absolutely espousing freemasonic concepts through his insistence upon a return to the Masonic Founding Fathers’ Constitutional Enlightenment government. He has also espoused other aspects of kabbalistic freemasonry in the forms of the New Age and pantheism[V]. And he is surrounded by Jews and questionable characters like Ron Paul (Freemason?), Charlie Sheen, and long-time Jewish pal Joe Rogan (a Satanist?) and a Freemason? Freemasonry, Judaism, and Hollywood are no strangers to each other by any stretch of the imagination. And we know that Paul is a member of the Masonic-like Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity.[VI] Jones’ kosher conspiracist pal Jesse Ventura is also suspected of being a mason. Ventura and Jones are always talking about the next American revolution, yet we know Jews and masons have orchestrated and engineered almost every single revolution in the last 300 years, including the American Revolution Jones is always glorifying. Ventura’s popular television show Conspiracy Theory, which is blatant controlled opposition, is produced by the Jewish Michael Braverman and regularly features Alex Jones.

anson jones 7It is only speculation at this point, but Alex Jones may be the descendant of a prominent Texas freemason named Anson Jones, who was Grand Master of the First Masonic Lodge of Texas, 1837 and Master First Lodge of Texas, 1835.[VII] The name, location, and occupation all share a similarity to Alex Emric Jones and his family, which now includes a Jewish revolutionary.

“One of the three sons of Anson Jones, namely Samuel Edward (formerly Houston) Jones, born 1841, was a successful dentist. He was an early president of the Texas Dental Association. According to Wikipedia Alex Jones is the son of a dentist! It seems as if the Jones clan has a monopoly in the cosmetic dental business. His father is David R. Jones-member of the Austin Liberty Coalition…David R Jones’ grandfather was probably Samuel Edward Jones, a dentist”[VIII]

Alex Jones' father David Ross Jones.

Alex Jones’ father David Ross Jones.

Alex Jones’ father, David, states on a meetup page,

I practice dentistry in south Austin and manage large dental practices. I am married and have children and grandchildren. Our family has farmed and ranched for many years. I believe our culture protected under the constitution is being eroded. Are you willing to sacrifice complacency for Truth, Liberty and Justice? My son is Alex Jones.[IX]

Jones’ father is part of a “liberty” group and advocates the Masonic-like motto of truth, liberty, and justice. This isn’t proof that Jones’ family were/are freemasons, but it suggests so. An interesting side not about David Ross Jones is that he uses fluoride in his dental practice despite the fact that his son is one of the most outspoken critics of the use of fluoride. According to Alex Jones, fluoride is being used by the New World Order to pacify and depopulate us. Jones senior became a member of the Alpha Epsilon Delta fraternity while attending the University of Texas at Austin in the 1970s. The fraternity is an international honour society for outstanding pre-medical and pre-dental students on campus.

It’s bad enough that the supposed leader of the truth movement is promoting the very concepts he claims to be opposing in the New World Order conspiracy. What’s worse is that unknowing Americans are being given a false sense of hope in the fraud that is the Masonic US Constitution and the pseudo-freedom libertarian movement in Jones and in politicians like Ron Paul.


[I] Vicomte Léon de Poncins, The Secret Powers Behind Revolution: Freemasonry and Judaism (Rancho Palos Verdes, CA: CSG and Associates, 1996, reprint of 1929 edition), p. 101.

[II] E. Michael Jones, The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit and Its Impact on World History (South Bend, Indiana, 2008, Fidelity Press), p. 502-503

[III] Comments on the United States Constitution (ii), http://unenumerated.blogspot.com/2008/03/comments-on-united-states-constitution_06.html

[IV] ibid

[V] Alex “Wolf” Jones: Luciferian Pantheist Doctrine Exposed http://bernarda-patelife.blogspot.com/2013/01/alex-jones-luciferian-pantheist.html

Alternative media continues to ignore Alex Jones’ Stratfor connections

Austin Texas Zionist Terror Cell Infowars

Photo Illustration By Timothy Fitzpatrick

Austin Texas Zionist Terror Cell Infowars

By Timothy Fitzpatrick

We are over a year now into the revelation that popular alternative radio show host Alex Jones is a Zionist agent working for Israel’s intelligence front Stratfor, yet virtually none of the alternative media outlets are exposing this much less even mentioning it.

The only people that have talked about it are Mike Rivero of WhatReallyHappened.com and an obscure character named Pete Santilli, who appears to be cointelpro. Rivero has done no followup on the issue. Santilli was recently outed as an FBI operative. So where in the world is Jeff Rense? He has been feuding with Jones since his departure from GCN a few years ago, perhaps he is too afraid to open that can of worms, or perhaps he is afraid of being implicated in the whole mess. For all we know, Rense could be an operative as well. Did the alternative media just miss this gem of a story or are they complicit in the coverup and, quite possibly, tied to Stratfor and/or Israeli intelligence themselves?

Let’s look at the Stratfor connections to Alex Jones:

Stratfor's West 6th Street building in Alex Jones's hometown of Austin, Texas. Notice that Stratfor shares the building with usurist Zionist bank JP Morgan Chase.

Stratfor’s West 6th Street building in Alex Jones’s hometown of Austin, Texas. Notice that Stratfor shares the building with usurist Zionist bank JP Morgan Chase.

There is a Youtube video circulating that claims an Infowars server leads to Stratfor. However, the video is listed as private and I have not been able to confirm if this is true. If it is, it certainly just adds to the overwhelming evidence now that Jones is what people have been saying for years: that he is a Zionist agent misdirecting the patriot movement—a controlled opposition tactic used by the Soviets.

To those who say this article is an unfair attack on Alex Jones employing the use of argumentum ad hominem (guilt by association) fallacies, it certainly isn’t. If there were only one, maybe two, Stratfor connections to Alex Jones, I might agree with them. But clearly, there is an overwhelming number of connections—too many to ignore. Then you have his many Jewish associations and his on-air confession of being a Zionist.

A shot of Alex Jones' Dogwood Creek Drive home. Looks like he has a nice pool in his back yard covered by trees. This is a gated community.

A shot of Alex Jones’ Dogwood Creek Drive home in Austin, Texas.. Looks like he has a nice pool in his back yard. The pool is covered by trees, but you can see the outline of it.. This is a gated community. Apparently, Stratfor takes good care of Jones

Molly Maroney Infowars Editor

The Infowars Magazine editorial team slug with Maroney as it appeared during her tenure as managing editor and graphics contributor. She left Infowars in August 2013, at least officially. John McEntire replaced her as editor.

While researching this article, I came across a clip of Jones doing a poor job deflecting the Stratfor accusations. In the video below, a caller brings up the Stratfor connection to Molly Maroney, but says her name incorrectly as “Mallory Mahoney.” Strangely, Alex Jones does not correct the caller about the obvious error and instead repeats the incorrect name as a lie saying “Mallory Mahoney is one of our graphics people that works here at the office.” Jones also lies by omitting on air that “Mahoney” (Maroney) is much more than just a graphics person; she is the managing editor. Is he lying about her name so that anyone who checks it out will run into a wall? He must not think too highly of his listeners if he thinks they will fall for that. He then goes on a tirade about how normal it is for Texans to intern at Stratfor and how the caller was “mentally ill” for daring to question him as the supposed benevolent researcher he is. This isn’t the first time Jones has called his detractors mentally ill. Then he contracts himself by saying he understand why people are suspecting him of being possible disinfo. So we are all mentally ill, yet he understands?

Jones claims that a third of journalism students at the University of Texas at Austin intern at Stratfor. Is Jones accidentally telling us that Stratfor grooms its cointelpro agents at UT? This also raises the question of how many more Stratfor interns have or are currently working for Infowars. I am sure Alex Jones’ many Jewish advertisers are happy with this arrangement. This video clip shows that Alex Jones is fully aware of the accusations that he is a Stratfor operative. He doesn’t bother to ask the caller to explain the question; he immediately goes into attack mode as soon as he hears “Stratfor”. Then he diverts the discussion to strawman arguments, insinuating that all his detractors accuse him of being Bill Hicks or a reptilian (ridiculous claims purposely planted to muddy the water). One last important point about this video clip, Jones provides himself with a weak alibi by saying that in his opinion, “Stratfor puts out propaganda”. Look at his face when he says this. Even he knows it comes off as disingenuous. We are not buying it, Alex, but nice try.

After searching extensively through the Stratfor emails from 2005-2011 as released by Wikileaks, it becomes clear that the emails are really only those by the rank and file employees, with the ones from the higher ups having little to no significance. Therefore, when speaking of Jones, the emails appear detached from Jones and Infowars. Jones’ Stratfor mission must be known by only a select few or by only Stratfor head George Friedman himself.

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