Trump’s presidential persona based on Alex Jones

By Timothy Fitzpatrick
March 22, 2018 Anno Domini

The Judeo-masonic establishment felt enough success with their controlled opposition character Alex Jones that they went and modelled a presidential puppet after him.

That must be quite the honour for the Zionist-created Likudnik cartoon character Alex Jones, who couldn’t contain his glee when Trump was elected President of the United States of America in 2017—something which Jones helped make happen, due to his unwavering support for a presidential candidate. Up until then, he had never in his public life endorsed a presidential candidate. During a live broadcast of Infowars on election night, Jones looked like a giddy school girl when it was announced that Trump had won. For once, Jones showed us that night his real emotions.

True, Alex Jones is not as big (figuratively) as he once was, despite his followers’ relentless boasting of his Youtube subscription numbers. But the intelligence-manufactured model for his persona continues to be a success, as it has thwarted any real progression of dissident paleo-conservatives (truthers, patriots, constitutionalists, etc.)—thwarted them coming together and causing real change in the world by way of siphoning off their pent up rage and frustration and prematurely ejaculating it in a place where its seed is squandered among barren swine and mindless boobs. There has been no fertile land upon which the truther movement has been able to plant and successfully nurture seeds of truth to maturity, other than in the ever-shrinking traditional Church communities (Catholic and Orthodox alike). Since 1996, the counter-intelligence operative Alex Jones has hindered and suppressed any meaningful resistance to the New World Order conspiracy. That has been his primary function. If you haven’t figured this much out by now, there is no point in reading on. Click away now and meander over to any one of the establishment-controlled websites: Breitbart, Zerohedge, or even Infowars.

Moving on. Trump’s appearance on the Alex Jones show during his election run was a symbolic passing of the torch, if you will, of the continuation of the psychological warfare assault on the American people and the world. Now instead of an over-the-top, loud-mouthed radio host cathartically transmuting our energy and telling us everything we want to hear, the President will assume the role. But this time, we will think we have finally changed things and bucked the system—something Alex Jones failed to do, no matter how many times he repeated to his parrots that “we are defeating the New World Order” or that “the empire is on the run.”

It’s no coincidence that Alex Jones is tied to the same Jewish-Russian organized crime syndicate that Trump is. It’s also no coincidence that Trump and Jones share virtually all of the same political views. So it is that Jones has worked in tandem with the supposedly anti-establishment Trump-Roger Stone-Netanyahu dirty trickstering, Likudnik tag team. (By the way, it turns out that Roger Stone—that pathetic, buggering swinger—is directly tied to the Jewish-Russian Meyer Lansky organized crime syndicate. More on that in my upcoming fourth part of my series on Trump and the Mossad.) One wonders if the Alex Jones operation dually has served as a proving grounds for a future president. Even in Nixon’s days, Roger Stone was working behind the scenes preparing for a fake populist president who would come into power under the guise of being anti-establishment. Ronald Reagan was a step in that direction but didn’t quite meet the establishment expectations for a controlled opposition puppet. Trump sure has, though, hasn’t he? Look how many people on the Right he has fooled. Nearly all of them. And look how many of those he has fooled who once also followed Alex Jones but later abandoned him after realizing he was a fraud. They broke free from one tier of deception but then immersed themselves in another tier when they bought that Trump was the real deal. They don’t see the dialectic at work in their overly simplistic analysis of the world conspiracy.

If the Trump persona truly is based on the Alex Jones persona, perhaps we can make a prediction of where Trump’s presidency will go. Right now, Alex Jones, as a character, appears to be on the decline. The truly awakened individuals that once followed him are long gone and now all he has left are mindless “red-pilled” idiots, of mostly millennial, hillbilly, and pothead extraction. His out-of-control behaviour is, perhaps, doing the most damage to his status and reputation. The publicity of his custody-trial with ex-wife Violet revealed a lot about the artificiality of his public character. He is currently married to what appears to be a former hooker. His strange relationship with Hollywood sleaze Charlie Sheen went public a few years ago, and now his former employers are bringing to light even more darker truths of the Alex Jones character. In essence, he is self-destructing. Could Donald Trump follow a similar path? Many think he already is. Both Jones and Trump share the pathology of narcissism, which makes them their own worst enemies—and at the complete mercy of their handlers.