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 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?

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Alex Jones Kinky Friedman campaign

By Timothy Fitzpatrick

A 2006 Stratfor email released by Wikileaks reveals discussion of putting Jewish “cowboy” Kinky Friedman on the ballot for the 2006 Texas gubernational election.

James Reynolds, professor emeritus of Texas A&M University-Commerce wrote to Stratfor on Feb. 1, 2006:

Avoid spring primaries so you can legally sign petiton to put Kinky Friedman on the ballot for governer (sic). As he says, “How hard can it be?”

jewish-cowboy-kinky-friedman-wants-you-to-vote-for-rick-perryRichard Samet (Kinky) Friedman, who ran as an independent democrat during the election, lost to incumbent Rick Perry during the 2006 Texas race, receiving only 12 percent of votes. Friedman vowed to run again in the 2010 election, but later backed out to seek the Democratic nomination for Texas Agriculture Commissioner. Friedman eventually lost that race as well.

Friedman is mentioned in other emails released through Wikileaks, including one where Stratfor employees were to attend a conference with Kinky as the key note speaker. Another email says, with a humourous overtone, that Friedman would better represent Stratfor than Samuel L. Jackson if one of the two were to promote the intelligence front in a way similar to James Earl Jones and CNN.

Who is “Kinky” Friedman?

Friedman attended the University of Texas at Austin and was a member of the Jewish-Masonic Tau Delta Phi fraternity, which was founded in the Jewish communist hub of Greenwich, New York. Greenwhich has served as a Jewish revolutionary folk-singing factory, so it’s not difficult to see through the phoniness of Friedman as a supposed cowboy. At some point while writing and singing music for “Kinky Friedman and The Texas Jewboys”, the charismatic son of Jewish parents from Chicago became a columnist for Texas Monthly, an Austin-based monthly publication produced by Emmis Publishing. Emmis, Hebrew for “truth”, was founded by Jews Michael R. Levy and Jeffrey Smulyan.

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Alex Jones, KLBJ, and Kinky Friedman

Alex Jones got his start in media with the Emmis-owned KLBJ News Radio, from which Jones currently broadcasts his daily Infowars radio show. Emmis also happens to own NBC radio stations. Genesis Communications Network, which hosts the Alex Jones show, is an ABC affiliate, which is ironic considering Alex and the Infowars media empire are considered alternative news. It becomes no surprise then that not only has Friedman been a guest on the Alex Jones show more than once, Jones appears to have supported Statfor in its bid to put Friedman on the Texas governor ticket. I have not researched the lineage of Kinky Friedman, but he may well be related to fellow Austinite and Stratfor head George Friedman.

The top photo is of Alex Jones at the “The Flying Saucer”, Sept. 25, 2006. It appears to have been an event related to the campaign for Friedman’s run for governor. Below is another photo from the event which shows Alex Jones’ fellow partner in Zionist-shill crime, former Minnesota governor and Conspiracy Theory host Jesse Ventura.

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Friedman and Jones

By Timothy Fitzpatrick

While surfing the net for photos of Alex Jones tonight, I came across a photo on his Infowars donation page that immediately reminded me of a photo of Israeli intelligence director for Stratfor George Friedman published in a news article in The Daily Telegraph February 28, 2012.

The wall maps behind the two characters look identical, except for a small set of red lines, which appear to have been drawn in by felt markers, located through South Africa on the Friedman photo. The Jones photo appears older, as Jones is slightly younger looking than he appears today. The WayBack Machine’s web archive shows a screen capture of the Jones photo as far back as July 2011; although, the photo is probably older than that. While the Telegraph photo caption doesn’t specify the location of the Friedman photo, it’s safe to assume that it was taken at Stratfor’s downtown Austin, Texas office located at 221 West 6th Street, Suite 400.

Here are the photos separated:

Stratfor's Zionist chief executive George Friedman.

Stratfor’s Zionist chief executive George Friedman.

Alex Jones in front of an identical map.

Alex Jones in front of an identical map.

And here is how the photo appears on Jones’ donate page as of August 24, 2013:

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Connecting the dots

For years, many have speculated that the charismatic alternative radio host  Jones was a Zionist shill working for Israeli intelligence. Since both Stratfor, an Israeli intelligence operation, and Infowars are located just blocks apart in Austin, Texas, could this be proof that Jones is indeed working for Stratfor? As I wrote in The growing complexity of Alex Jones’ Israeli connections, an observant patriot who goes by the name of Sherrie Lea, revealed in a Youtube video last November that Infowars had hired a former Stratfor intern named Molly Maroney. She is now editor of Infowars magazine. Investigative journalist David Chase Taylor was the first to connect the dots between Alex Jones and Stratfor in an article posted at his blog on February 12, 2012—two weeks before The Telegraph posted its article exposing Stratfor and the CIA—as well as an article in May 2012.

Too many coincidences!

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