Like any theory, a conspiracy theory is only as good or as bad as the data that supports it. At least half of the western world has been convinced that the word conspiracy means delusion. This is just part of a massive psychological effort to muddy the water in order to pillory and vilify people like Alex Jones.
Over the years, Jones has brought us innumerable truths about government corruption and what can only be described as a covert war against freedom. The best single exemplar of the story and the arc of Jones’ effect on the public consciousness might be the gay frogs episode.
Jones was reporting on the fact that insecticides and hormone blockers have been in the soil and water all around the world that frogs are dying out because it is harming their reproductive health. Frogs are somewhat, let’s say, gender fluid. They have the ability to change genders to match the reproductive needs of their surviving population. Well, because of soil and groundwater contamination all around the world, frogs are turning female in numbers that are bad for their populations.
Alex Jones, speaking loosely as he is often prone to do, said, “I don’t like ’em putting chemicals in the water that turn the fricking frogs gay.”
That is a direct quote. It brought him massive derision from internet culture. The left mocked him mercilessly. But, of course, we learned later that Jones was exactly right, despite the fact that he was being somewhat glib in his choice of words. Jones’ glibness, his penchant for humor, and his flair for theatrics make him an easy target for people who believe that conspiracy and delusion mean the same thing.
Perhaps one of his most important contributions to the public consciousness was his expose on the ritual activities by so-called “elites” at Bohemian Grove. He snuck into the Grove and recorded what is now the infamous ritual known as the Cremation of Care. In Mystery Traditions, Freemasonry, and the teachings of the Roman Oculists, “Care” is the generative principle, or the spiritual capacity of people to effect the real world. The Cremation of Care ritual is believed to hinder the generative principle in the general population, what they refer to as “dull care.” In other words, it is a magical control scheme.
Keep in mind, there is no need to believe what our would-be masters believe in order to comprehend their worldview and their plans.
But all of this is just the prelude to the real story of Alex Jones, because now more than ever, people are listening to him and seeing that he is not just whistling Dixie. In recent months, not unlike Joe Rogan, Jones has had doctors and scientists on his show who make it abundantly clear that the COVID vaccines are dangerous. People all around the world are seeing the damage that the vaccines are doing right before their eyes. Then they tune in to Alex Jones and find out what the mainstream media should have been telling them from the beginning.
Jones knew about Epstein and Lolita Island over a decade before it became a major story. Jones also predicted the COVID-19 lockdowns, contact tracing, and mandatory vaccines in 2010, and that is just a sample of the things he was right about.
But Jones isn’t always right. He was wrong about the FEMA camps and the mass graves he reported on between 2010 and 2015. Or was he? In reality, the FEMA camps were set up and ready to go. The stacks of plastic coffins were found at unmapped locations all around the country, fenced in with barbwire. Many of these locations were closed Wal-Mart centers, shut down, fenced off, and equipped with stacks of plastic coffins.
So what happened to the plan to inter and bury millions of Americans? Was it the presidency of Donald Trump? Maybe. But with the confabulated COVID crisis, it is clear now how the internment of millions of Americans was intended to happen. It is all written down in plain English in Operation Lock Step, which Jones tried to warn us about in 2010.
Today, Jones is in the crosshairs of the corrupt federal government over their absurd and evil Jan. 6th accusations. Perhaps now more than ever, we need to listen to this man. But even more importantly, we need to examine his claims, follow the leads and contribute to his work. Because Jones’ mission should be humanity’s mission, to uncover evil where it nests, to expose its nature and its plans, and to come together in the spirit of truth and love to reduce needless suffering in this world.