By Timothy Fitzpatrick
November 26, 2014 Anno Domini
Counter-intelligence operatives are sure a crazy bunch, but are they crazy enough to set up their own opposition as a means of managing their critics?
It appears that his may be exactly the case with Zionist/CIA counter-intelligence operative Alex Jones. The completely ridiculous, strawman argument that late comedian Bill Hicks changed his identity by having radical reconstructive plastic surgery in order to appear as the man we know today as Alex Emerick Jones is accomplishing two feats for Jones. Firstly, it makes all conspiracy theories about him look equally ridiculous. Secondly, it obfuscates the growing awareness about Jones and his ties to Israeli and American intelligence.
If Jones didn’t create this absurd strawman himself, he is currently using it to its maximum benefit as part of a memetic warfare strategy against his growing number of critics. Today, Jones went so far as to post the Hicks theory on the front page of Infowars and spent a considerable portion of his show playing up the theory and laughing at the proponents of it. One caller to the Infowars show today even admitted, along with Jones, that the Hicks strawman is bringing Jones more attention and followers. Jones goes out of his way to bring up the Hicks meme whilst simultaneously bashing his anti-Zionist detractors or the white nationalist crowd (he doesn’t differentiate between neo-Nazis and anti-Zionists). This has the effect of tarnishing a legitimate conspiracy about Jones—that he is a Zionist provocateur. Jones’ co-conspirators in the Jewish-controlled mainstream media are helping spread the Hicks meme, with an article in Texas Monthly, of late. Check out this these clips of Jones talking about the Hicks meme. Notice that he is smiling all throughout his discussion of it. This does not look like a man that is being harmed by the Hicks meme at all.
Jones claims the Hicks meme has been around for about five years, but research shows that it has only really been circulated on the net since sometime 2012-2013—conveniently when the Stratfor leak was gaining prominence. One particular keeps popping up among its seemingly numerous proponents: an internet personality using the moniker “caliberhitter”. CaliberHitter, whose real name appears to be Felix Pantaleon, may have worked for Infowars or may still. His girlfriend goes by the name of Sherrie Lea Laird. You may remember her as one of the whistleblowers of former Infowars editor Molly Maroney, who worked for Israeli intelligence front Stratfor and the CIA’s Parker Media. Apparently, the way Laird discovered this was after Maroney had been communicating with her via email regarding having Hollywood gossiper Tile Tequila on the show. Tequila was nixed from her scheduled appearance on the show, upsetting Laird, who felt Tequila had much to reveal about the Illuminati in Hollywood. In the fallout, Tequila threatened to expose the dirt she claimed to have on Alex Jones, but she never did disclose this and has more or less disappeared from public life. This is when Laird started looking into Maroney’s past and discovered her previous history with Stratfor and Parker Media. It appears that Laird was some kind of informant or tipster for Infowars. Whether she was paid or not is unknown. But it’s likely that this CaliberHitter character was also working with Infowars in some capacity alongside Laird. Laird, after she discovered Maroney’s Stratfor history, was quick to connect Stratfor with Israel, calling Jones an Israelian (sic) and Jew. But she has since entertained the Hicks meme.
Interestingly, Laird was not the first to make the Stratfor connections with Jones. Independent journalist David Chase Taylor was the first. Was Jones using Laird to bury the Stratfor connection that Taylor had made? Who knows, but Laird’s discovery of Maroney and Stratfor went viral and was even picked up by FBI informant Pete Santilli, who milked the revelation for everything it was worth on his radio show, which seemed to become prominent over night.
The timeline looks something like this:
- Anonymous leaks hack of Stratfor emails and subscribers: Dec. 2011
- First Infowars/ Stratfor revelation: Feb. 12, 2012 – David Chase Taylor
- Alex Jones creates decoy Stratfor story: Feburary 29, 2012
- Second Stratfor/Infowars revelation: Nov. 2012 – Sherrie Lea Laird
- Infowars creates decoy Bill Hicks meme: 2012-2013?
As possible Infowars operatives, Laird and Caliberhitter may have gone rogue and are now just muddying the water with their insane theories. Laird is so crazy, she believes she is the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe and received mainstream media attention for this belief when her quack Jewish “doctor” supported her claim. Caliberhitter appears to be a ghetto thug wannabe and likely the driving force behind the Hicks meme. He may have even created the meme, as several of his ridiculous theories involve the same pattern of celebrities faking their death and assuming new or used identities. Hitter calls them “Hollywood death fakers”. He also just happens to promote the Jesuit conspiracy meme, which leads into another strawman meme against Jones: that he is a secret Jesuit agent. Here is a list of some of CaliberHitter’s theories bearing close resemblance to the Hicks meme:
- Alex Jones Exposed As Agent Of The Muslim Brotherhood
- Jonathan Brandis is really Adam Kokesh
- Mark Dice is really River Phoenix
- Infowars Outted As Jesuit Nazi Front
- Rush Limbaugh is really Jim Morrison
- CIA Front Censors Information Infowars is a Jesuit Nazi Creation
- The Late Brandon Lee is really political activist Christopher Greene
Fitzpatrick Informer readers will remember that “Mack Quigley”, as revealed in a recent article, is an admitted Zionist and promoter of the Hicks meme. However, Quigley may just be a sock puppet of CaliberHitter.
It’s disturbing that Jones would go to such lengths to protect his status, but it’s equally disturbing that there appears to be some who sincerely believe in the Hicks meme. Sincere or not, they zealously promote this theory to no end. It seems they are working around the clock to promote it all over the web. And almost all of them seem to also endorse the Jesuit meme, which as I pointed out, leads to the other strawman meme against Jones. The proof of the insincerity of the promoters of the Hicks meme lies in the fact that they only promote the Hicks critique of Jones rather than the well established, credible, and numerous critiques like that of Jones’ many Zionist and intelligence connections. They ignore this despite their plea that they are interested in the truth about Jones’ identity. The source of this Hicks disinformation is likely coming from one place. It is helping Alex Jones protect his true identity, which is that he is a Zionist gatekeeper misdirecting the “truth” movement.
For more on the Alex Jones saga, read the following: