| Some dare call it|
|What THEY don't want|
you to know!
| Frogs, clowns and swastikas|
|Rebuilding the Reich, one meme at a time|
|—Alex Jones, in a spectacular display of not even wrong|
Alexander Emerick Jones (1974–imminent FEMA takeover) is a
"despicable, pustule of a man…" nutritional supplement salesman who moonlights as a psychotic radio shock-jock and a legally certified self-proclaimed "performance artist". His specialty is making up conspiracy theories to amuse his audience (either that or he's the world's best parodist), and is the world's most powerful conspiracy pusher, with his shows drawing millions of views daily. Any time anything interesting happens anywhere on Earth, there's a 100% chance Jones has found "proof" it is either (1) a false flag operation by the New World Order or (2) a "massive coverup operation" run by the New World Order. No exceptions. You would think the white coats would have taken him away in a straightjacket by now New World Order would've eliminated this widely-known bearer of all their secrets, but nope. For some reason they see fit to let him continue.
Like all good showmen, you must understand his early work to truly appreciate his art. Jones got his start in 1995 on Access TV in ,and eight-stage water filtration systems. And we all awoke on January 1, 2000 to… absolutely nothing.
In short: Jones has been predicting the end of the world for 25 years. And it gets worse from there. Goat help us all.
- 1 Influence
- 2 Conspiracy theories
- 3 Political stance
- 4 Godfather of fake news
- 5 Other dubious achievements
- 6 The Alex Avalanche
- 7 Crumbling empire
- 8 Guests
- 9 In a nutshell
- 10 See also
- 11 External links
- 12 Notes
- 13 References
“”Your reputation is amazing. I will not let you down.
|—Donald Trump to Jones in a 2015 Infowars exclusive interview|
Jones is very popular. In March 2017, Jones' YouTube channel (which was an exquisitely entertaining way to kill time) had over 2 million subscribers and 1.21 billion views, his daily four-hour show aired on more than 60 AM and FM radio stations and drew 2 million listeners per week, and his two main websites Infowars and PrisonPlanet drew a collective 4 million unique users per month, more than Rush Limbaugh. Jones has also had a cameo appearance in three films and numerous talk shows. In 2010, he took in revenues of about $1.5 million.
Ironically, many of Jones' theories focus on about how celebrities and the powerful, wealthy elite are conspiring against society.
|—Alex Jones, describing his attempts to wake the sheeple|
Jones can't fart without blaming a conspiracy of bean producers.[citation NOT needed]
New World Order
“”They've got operations so big, grabbin your kids, they CPS 'em right out, Child Protection 500万彩票这个软件, they're on a jet, to one of — two dozen countries. And they are slaved out. And lotta times when they hit 25 years old, they — y'know, 10,000 men have had sex with 'em, they've had 30, 40 abortions, they've been used up in ways that are so hellish you can't even imagine, [slaps table] they just walk 'em right out, shoot 'em in the back of the head, and throw 'em in a vat of acid. That's how they roll, just massive, MASSIVE murder operations.
Jones is the most visible (and literally the LOUDEST) proponent of the grand Unified Conspiracy Theory, where just about every current event can be tied into the NWO's nefarious schemes. According to Jones' broadcasts and various "documentaries", the NWO has its roots in Biblical times and is in part the work of Satan, and later branched out with the inclusion of The Bilderberg Group, Skull and Bones, Freemasons, and Rothschild banking family, and the Illuminati came to power. Since then, things have snowballed into a complete worldwide conspiracy of every government and corporate entity. He adheres to the notion that the NWO will be ruled by the antichrist, who will eventually be defeated by Jesus after the events of the Book of Revelation have taken place.
Frankly, a real NWO transporting him from lunatic asylum to radio show in order to cast doubt on conspiracy theories doesn't seem so crazy. Indeed, some fellow conspiracy theorists believe this to be the case.
List of conspiracist views held by one Mr. Jones
- Inside jobs and false flags:
- 9/11: 9/11 was an inside job. Even being the executive producer on Conspiracy nonsense film Loose Change:Final Cut. 
- London Bombings: Yep, another inside job.  The Conspiracy theories also featured prominently in his
documentarywaste of time "Terrorstorm" (2007). 
- : Just another manmade disaster.
- Hurricane Katrina: An opportunity to test out the FEMA concentration camps.
- Sandy Hook massacre: Jones has long questioned the official story of the massacre and suggests a political cover-up took place. He is blamed for inciting wingnuts to harass Sandy Hook survivors. In April 2018, the parents of two children killed in the massacre sued Jones for defamation. On 23 May relatives of six of the 26 victims and an FBI agent who responded to the school sued Jones in Bridgeport Superior Court in Connecticut, alleging that Jones' comments have tormented them and subjected them to harassment and death threats. After these lawsuits began, he has come to the mystifying conclusion that he never said Sandy Hook was an inside job, and that Hillary Clinton made fake videos of him saying it was a hoax. After his lawyers had some harsh words with him, Jones came up with this lame-ass excuse in an official video deposition, "I, myself, have almost had like a form of psychosis back in the past where I basically thought everything was staged, even though I'm now learning a lot of times things aren't staged."
- Government-sponsored tornadoes: The is typical: he 'confirms' that the Evil Federal Gummint is capable of causing and steering such a storm with their "weather weapons," he stopped just short of saying that the Moore tornado was one of them. Rachel Maddow (a lesbian news anchor) tore Jones a new one and asked whether Jones' Republican backers would finally drop him like a rotten tomato. In it, she made a joke about wasps "hiving" underneath the UN as a ridiculous example of Jones' conspiracy mindset. Jones responded as his usual gentlemanly self by calling his video response "Teaching Mr. Maddow" (and promptly removing it afterwards), in which he calls her a lying witch, and basically threatens her life if there is a revolution.
- ) had become obsessed with conspiracies, and it seems that his delusions on the subject played a part in the bombing. Worse yet, it seems he got a large portion of his crackpot information from none other than Infowars.com, one of Jones' two websites. It seems a twisted irony that Alex Jones himself had a hand in causing this "government-orchestrated" bombing. In addition, Jones insisted that missing Brown University student Sunil Tripathi had something to do with the bombings; this particular bit of false information was made especially regrettable (if not outright disgusting) by the fact that Tripathi has since been found dead.
- : A false flag.
- 2016 Orlando massacre: Jones initially argued that this massacre was a false-flag terror attack. Later, Jones switched the blame to America's LGBT community for allegedly supporting the migration of extremist Muslims into the country. Unfortunately, Jones was never open-minded enough to consider the idea that Orlando was a false flag by gay extremist Muslims.
- of course Globalistdidit
- Gay bomb: The government is using chemicals to create gay people. It's putting "estrogen mimickers" in juice boxes and water bottles. This makes the men want to wear women's clothes and makeup and no one will have children, all ultimately designed to depopulate the world.
- Gay frogs: Followup to the above, the government and/or Big Pharma is now using chemicals to make the frogs gay. Oddly enough, this is the one thing Jones is kind of right about: chemical runoff is creating hermaphroditic animals. Except for the part where the results couldn't be replicated. Let's not forget the whole point of that was to make out "oh look it's happening to frogs the water must be making humans gay too. Because as we all know human biology is identical to frog biology. No difference at all.
- Justin Bieber: "They tell your kids that you gotta love Justin Biebler,[sic] and then Biebler[sic] says hand in your guns, pass the cybsersecurity act, and, uh, y'know, uh, the police state is good, and, and then your children are turned into mindless vassals, and they look up to some twit instead of looking up to Thomas Jefferson, or looking up to Nicola Tesla,[sic] or looking up to, uh, to Magellan. [waving arms] I MEAN, KIDS, MAGELLAN IS A LOT COOOOOLER THAN JUSTIN BIEBER — I MEAN, HE CIRCUMNAVIGATED, WITH ONE SHIP, THE ENTIRE PLANET, HE WAS KILLED BY WILD NATIVES BEFORE THEY GOT BACK TO PORTUGAL, AND WHEN THEY GOT BACK THERE WAS[sic] ONLY LIKE 11 PEOPLE ALIVE OF THE 200-SOMETHING CREW, AND THE ENTIRE SHIP WAS ROTTING DOWN TO THE WATER LINE. That's destiny, that's will, that's being a trailblazer and explore.[sic] Going into space, mathematics, quantum mechanics, the secrets of the universe — it's all there! Life is fiery in its beauty, its incredible detail! [unclear] THEY WANNA SHUTTER YOUR MIND, TALKING ABOUT JUSTIN BIEEEBERRR! It's PURE EVIL! IT'S TYRANNY, PEOPLE! They're taking your intellect, your soul, and they're giving you Michael Jordan and BIEBER!"
- Victims of the New World Order: Hunter S. Thompson, Gary Webb, Princess Diana, Antonin Scalia (maybe) and Prince (maybe) were all murdered to cover up what they knew about the New World Order, or whatever.
- Nerds are out to get everyone: "I tell ya folks, nerds are one of the most dangerous groups in this country, because they're gonna end up running things, but they still hate everybody, because they weren't the jocks in high school, so they play little dirty games on everybody. [begins pointing to head] They use their brains to hurt people. And I'm aware of them. Ok, I'mma — I SEE YOU, YOU LITTLE RATS!"[note 1]
- Fluoride: The standard fluoride woo. (See image.) The Infowars Store "helpfully" sells "Survival Shield X-2 — Nascent Iodine", a liquid, with a serving size of 3 drops that gives 1950 μg of iodine, nearly double the maximum amount recommended by the National Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements. The Edgar Cayce-inspired iodine treatment is supposed to combat water fluoridation (actually quite safe) as well as water disinfection byproducts (very safe compared to the effects of not disinfecting) with an ineffective but potentially-toxic dose of iodine.[note 2]
- "Control freaks": "[waving arms, talking in high-pitched "stupid" voice] Nellies[note 3] going "ehh ehh, kill everybody, I'm a nellie" — AHHHH RGGGHHH [sits still; face disgusted] — just simpering control freaks in big nerd packs,[note 4] taking everything over, ruling everything, becoming police officers with weapons and tasering people for fun! I've had it with control freaks, and SCUM!!! [bangs table] You people are CANCER! NNNGRGGHHNGYA! [bangs table, grumbles, then smiles] All right, I'm not in a good mood now, just — I just start thinking about Bill Gates doing that little chicken neck hopping around, little murdering eugenicist. You know how he walks, like [waving arms again] "ehh heh heeeh heh heeeh", like a demonic elf, "I'm Bill Gates", heeeh heh heeeh heh heh. [sits still] I'm gonna shoot you up with something that's gonna kill you deader than a hammer! [stares intensely at screen] HOW'S THAT 30 YEAR DEATH FROM GUT DISEASE SOUND, AFRICAN CHILDREN, ROLL UP THE SLEEVES, I'M A LITTLE CHICKEN-NECKED BASTARD, AND NOBODY'S GOT THE WILL TO SEE WHO I AM?"[sic]
- Are occultists: "Every time I've studied the groups that fund and run the atheist,[sic] they're not atheist, they're occultist. And I guess if they can't get people to be occultist, they will just get them to be atheist and then atheists almost always become supporters of eugenics and abortion and humans are just blobs and humans don't have any great destiny and humans are a parasite,[sic] and you just can't ignore the fruits of these people."
- Worship Satan: "This, this is their religion! Y'see, you see, at the highest level, the atheists aren't really atheists at the higher levels, they write books, these people worship Lucifer!" "The establishment is always saying you shouldn't have a religion and god isn't real, but then you find out the elites who're saying they're atheists, 9 times out of 10 in my research, they turn out to be a occultist, who are Luciferian or Satanist."
- Love death: "And they do! They love death! And I'm just in love with life. And I — I'm sorry for those who've never experienced it, y'know, when they laugh at us, all these unhappy atheists and psychologists and psychiatrists that are all out there, talking about how horrible their lives are and their incredible rates of suicide."
- The world is ruled by Satanists, and Satan is real: "But, uh, atheists and people say, oh, I don't believe in the devil, well it doesn't matter if you believe in the devil or not, there are people who rule the planet who believe in the devil. […] Satan is real. Period. PERIOD. END OF STORY."
- Carrie Fisher of Star Wars fame might have been killed to boost sales. Video posted on the day of her death. Thanks, Alex.
- Power-bamacare-control: Powerball and Obamacare and gun control are all related because gambling and political discourse are both addictive dopamine-heavy activities. Right.
- The Obamas
- "Bezelbub, Baphomet, Leviathan, the devil. He is the devil. Barack Obama is the devil."
- Apparently, Malia and Sasha are not really Obama's daughters. (He actually had the nerve to say this a few days before his child custody hearing.)
- Michelle Obama is apparently transgender. Jones' evidence for this? Simple! Her shoulders are wider than Barack's. Given that males generally have wider shoulders than females the only logical conclusion for one specific woman having broader shoulders than one specific man is that she must be biologically male. Any evidence of her true sex has been wiped off the internet by the New World Order (of course). Why are they so keen to hide this? Well, if people find out that the (now former) first lady is transgender they will do some digging (as if transgender-ism is not being studied by scientists already) and find out the truth! The truth that the government is putting chemicals in the water to feminize men! Luckily you can fight off the process by buying Info Wars Cave Man Formula for only $29.95!
- "Liberal Lesbians": "Most of the so-called 'liberal lesbians' and all these groups, they just wanna have the guy with the ducks ass haircut, and the James Dean outfit. And, sure, James Dean wasn't slapping girls around, but they wanna be the ones slapping the girls around and statistically it shows it. I'm not blaming all lesbians, but it shows that most of these butch lesbians, they wanna be the guy smacking the hot chick around, they think that's manly. And a lot of the chicks, they like it, see, 'cause no man will do that to 'em, and I'm not saying it's good if a man does that, but some women like it, and if they can't find a man to smack 'em around, well they found them a girl gonna do it real good. Knock 'em upside their head. And they have 'Fifty Shades of Gray' about the sexy rich guy that's gonna chain you up. 'Course you're gonna go get chained up one time, they're gonna put that devil mask or that piggy mask on and they're gonna say, 'Now I'm gonna torture you for about six weeks, so start begging for your mommy and your daddy.' That's the liberals. They wanna get you in a dungeon. They wanna strap you down and take a buzz saw and chop the top of your head off like a pumpkin and pull it off and get a little spoon and go, when you're looking in the mirror, this is one thing I know they like to do, and they go, 'I'm gonna eat your brains now, [maniacal laughter]. Let's start, let's start at the side areas here, 'cause we don't wanna take away your sight at the back or your thinking in the front, I'm gonna eat your cerebral cortex last [more maniacal laughter], 'cause I've got POWER, I LOVE SATAN, AND I'M GONNA SUCK YOU DRY AND I'M GONNA TORTURE YOU TO DEATH! [Even more maniacal laughter]'"
- Hillary Clinton: "Folks, let me just tell you something, and if the media wants to run with this, that's fine... Hillary, reportedly, I mean, I've been told by people around her that they think she's demon possessed, okay? I'm just gonna go ahead and say it... She is a demon. This is Biblical, she's going to launch a nuclear war."
- Morning Joe Hosts: "They're like gonorrhea or syphilis... You have to understand folks, they literally wanna destroy you, okay? Do you realize how evil these guys are?"
- Demons and Dimensions: "[Various liberal thinkers, speakers, and politicians] have broken into this dimension, they wanna destroy us... If you're a good person and you take the DMT and go to the 5th dimension, 6th dimension... They act real friendly, but Mescalito gets mean later. He's a goat by the way, it's Baphomet who you meet. It happens to basically everybody. Unless you're a good guy, and then you get transported to a space prison for a couple hundred thousand years... God isn't gonna let demons into the fourth dimension."
- Tinfoil elitist: Like David Icke, Alex Jones prefers to wear hats made from aluminum foil on a regular basis.[citation NOT needed]
- Victim of the gay bomb: "Paul Watson and I are gay lovers. We are gay, reptoid space alien lovers."
- The Grand Bill Hicks Conspiracy: There is convincing evidence that Jones is in fact the new identity of allegedly deceased comic visionary Bill Hicks but you won't hear it in the lamestream media.
Why isn't Jones dead?
Conspirators in control of governments and slavers of entire nations could easily arrange convenient "accidents" for Jones (and others who brazenly expose their schemes). Yet, the, um, "whistle-blowers" tend to remain free to continue hawking their wares. This could cause one to speculate that Jones himself is running a false flag operation in support of the Jewish lizard bankers!
Many of Alex Jones'
sheeple fans have argued that if the government were to kill Jones, they would make him a martyr and "expose" themselves. This seems pretty damn odd, given how many people Jones thinks the NWO has already killed. They're already exposed. And considering how remorselessly child-eating these conspirators are, it seems unlikely they could not kill him and make it look like an accident. Unfortunately, this means that, ultimately, should Jones die from anything other than old age (and potentially even if that), his death will be turned into a conspiracy theory. Alternatively, assuming the NWO does exist, the only other plausible reason he is still alive is because he is actually on their payroll, because nothing discredits a conspiracy theory more profoundly than logic and evidence its promotion by a paranoid pantopragmatic.
Another alternative hypothesis is that he's just playing a character, thus being a "performance artist". Of all people, it's his own lawyer, Randall Wilhite, who stated this, to the judge in his custody hearing. Though to counteract his own lawyer's account he subsequently released a video claiming that he was "not a fake".
Most logical of all, "he's not a stable person", according to his ex-wife Kelly, which is why she was demanding custody in the first place. (She eventually did, due to Alex's parental alienation of her children.
Notoriously hard to place ideologically (although clearly located to the right on most topics), Jones' views amount to some kind of , and believe that "they are being directed by them". Jones says the entities the world-ruling conspirators worship are called "clockwork elves", and that their ultimate goal is to be granted "eternal life" after they "kill everybody".
Jones identifies himself as libertarian, and occasionally, he says something in line with general libertarian principles. In practice, however, his brand usually leans towards paleolibertarianism, especially in his appeals to the traditional values he feels to be under attack by "globalists". According to the Anti-Defamation League, as of 2017, Jones "is not demonstrably anti-Semitic, but frequently expresses his distaste for "globalists", which some consider a dogwhistle term for "Jewish"." However, Jones was subsequently sued by two former employees for violating the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for creating a "disgusting, hostile environment" in the workplace, which allowed anti-Semitic remarks to be directed at a Jewish employee in one suit. In the other suit, Jones was accused of making unwanted sexual advances against another employee, who happens to be an African-American woman.
Jones has far more in common, ideologically and stylistically, with the John Birch Society, the Constitution Party, and the sovereign citizen movement than with Fox News, railing against the neoconservatism and neoliberalism of the Reagan and Bush administrations (lesser and greater alike) just as much as the "commie-fascism" of Bill Clinton and Obama, and proclaiming the entire political mainstream to be in service to the NWO. According to Jones, both Hillary Clinton and Obama are actual demons smelling of sulfur. Obama responded with an endorsement of the RationalWiki mission statement, stating, "We live in a country where flaming nutjobs have massive audiences. We need to laugh at them more." To no one's surprise, Jones is also a fundamentalist Christian.
Jones also has some (but certainly not a huge) amount of following on the far-left. This was especially true during the Bush Jr. administration, where he interviewed figures such as Noam Chomsky and Dennis Kucinich, in addition to the usual who's who of far-right ideologues. This following is likely because in addition to Federal Reserve, global warming, gay agenda, end times prophecy, and United Nations conspiracies, he also covers a number of conspiracy theories more stereotypically associated with left-wingers (remember, everything is a conspiracy to this man), such as 9/11 trutherism, Big Pharma, vaccine denialism, and Monsanto/genetically modified food conspiracies (useless eaters!), all things that put him at odds with many on the right. Because of his belief that these corporations are part of the NWO as well, he promotes all sorts of alternative medicine and nature woo.[note 5] As an article in The New Republic put it, Jones "occup[ies] the shadowy territory where the far-right curves around and meets the far-left." It may be that he appeals more to people who possess crank magnetism than to people of a particular political ideology.
Godfather of fake news
“”If you believe Alex Jones and his Infowars stuff, then you're being a dick to your brain. You're saying *screw you* to your own brain.
Jones is also a prolific filmmaker of direct-to-DVD films on various conspiracy topics, all of which are done in much the same style as his radio program and were available on YouTube or Google Video. Most of these films involve copious amounts of pseudohistory, and go deeper "down the rabbit hole" of the machinations of the NWO, because he knows the truth. As well as his own productions, Jones has appeared as an interviewee in the The Fall of America and the Western World.
Obligatory list of bad movies he's made
According to IMDb:
- America Destroyed by Design (1998)
- Police State 2000 (1999)
- Are You Practicing Communism? (1999)
- Dark Secrets Inside Bohemian Grove (2000)
- Police State 2: The Takeover (2000)
- 9/11: The Road to Tyranny (2002)
- Police State 3: Total Enslavement (2003)
- Matrix of Evil (2003)
- The Masters of Terror (2004)
- American Dictators (2004)
- Martial Law 9/11: Rise of the Police State (2005)
- Terrorstorm (2006)
- Endgame (2007)
- The 9/11 Chronicles Part One: Truth Rising (2008)
- Fall of the Republic: The Presidency of Barack Obama (2009)
- The Obama Deception (2009)
- Reflections and Warnings: An Interview with Aaron Russo (2009)
- Police State 4: The Rise of FEMA (2010)
- New World Order: Blueprint of Madmen (2012)
- Strategic Relocation (2012)
- The Covington Kids True Story (2019)
“”The name's easy to remember. Just imagine information, and someone at war with it.
The fake news website Infowars is Jones' Internet home; even the advertisements link to more conspiracy theories. The site is quite popular, with an Alexa ranking of 4200 as of July 2018. Much like NaturalNews, citing Infowars in an argument usually means you are completely wrong, or you may be so off that your view is literally beyond wrong, yet everyone on YouTube does it.
The site appears to push anti-science and apocalyptic views. For example, it once claimed the number of volcanoes erupting was massively over average, the planet was becoming less "stable", and much of the world had entered into a time of immense earthquakes and scientists don't know why. (All this despite that no such increase occurred.)
Recently, the site seems to be trying to push its way into the manosphere and the Stormfront crowd, with contributor Paul Joseph Watson constantly posting anti-woman ravings and race-baiting articles (including typical asshattery about white genocide). Gold buggery is also incredibly common, as to be expected. In other economic concerns, they follow the policy of "predict a collapse every day and it'll happen eventually" so much that their economic news section is not called the typical "money" section, but is instead titled "Economic Crisis".
One Infowars contributor argued that mandatory viewing in public schools of the acclaimed historical biopic 12 Years a Slave was a tactic to "control children in government internment camps — also known as public schools" and to promote "self-destructive tribalism".
The only time something with any relative truth appears on Infowars is when they post articles from the mainstream media, who is supposedly in on the whole conspiracy Jones pushes, so much that any episode of Infowars is not complete without a take-down of the "lamestream media".
The Infowars Shop sells his DVDs for just $20 each! And if you want your friends to know just how much more aware you are than them, you can buy T-shirts, bumper stickers, and other knick-knacks.
On the bright side, it had an excellent parody website named TruthBang.net, though now defunct.
Jones operates another fake news website named PrisonPlanet, which takes an almost overwhelmingly negative stance towards all recent presidents and regards all government and corporations with a suspicious and twitching eye. While the latter is not necessarily a bad thing in itself, PrisonPlanet goes beyond healthy skepticism to a mind-boggling extreme; you'll soon find that PrisonPlanet takes everything to mind-boggling extremes. The bulk of the site is made up of conspiracy-related stories and advertisements hawking the kinds of products valued by keen conspiracy theorists.
Jones relies on the paranoia of a dystopian future and promotes it through PrisonPlanet's blog, his radio show, and his online store. The blog features articles that instill fear of vaccination, promote conspiracy theories (see list below), and support alternative medicine, because the big bad drug companies want your money and to keep you addicted. Unlike before, the site does not push white genocide conspiracy theories (sans once), but the forums are rife with it. Very little of this is actually based in reality, and in most cases, small statements of truth are projected into full-blown paranoia.
Jones can't just give you his theories; he needs lots of money to impart his nuggets of wisdom to you. There are two ways to acquire his poorly-researched, unrealistic, and paranoid delusions: burned DVDs or streamed online. He also sells books which, in a normal bookstore, would be catalogued under fiction. The second option requires a subscription to for $5.95 per month or $54.95 per year. What a deal!
The website had an Alexa ranking in the 5000s, meaning it was a reasonably popular site. (Now, it's tanked to about 30,000 to 40,000, circa 2016-2017). Advertising tends to be targeted, in the sense that adverts attract more responses if they're relevant to the people reading them. For example, water purification systems and handguns are not typically advertised on websites aimed at young girls, but would be far more successful if aimed at paranoid survivalists huddling in caves waiting for FEMA to come and steal their precious bodily fluids.
“”If a website is touting the benefits of a certain supplement that they also happen to be conveniently selling, guess what, idiot? The article was written to sell you a product. You're reading an ad. Speaking of advertising, InfoWars is one of the worst offenders. They pretend to be the arbiters of some supposed truth, while Alex Jones bloviates every week about some supposed government takeover that he keeps promising will happen year after year. They're coming for your: guns, property, liberty. They're always coming, but never here.
|—Maddox, Your alternate news site sucks|
On Thursday August 26, 2010, the following adverts appeared on the front page of Prison Planet:
- (September 2, 2009, archived copy from August 14, 2010)
- According to the above site, a former political insider has discovered that "globalists" have a "vicious new plan to institute martial law". Worry not, though! For just $49.95 (plus $9.95 shipping), you can prepare for the inevitable institution of martial law in the U.S. by purchasing their manual. But wait, that's not all! Buy now and receive a free copy of CAMP FEMA — American Lockdown.
- (archived from August 12, 2010)
- A series of videos about the FEMA plans to turn the U.S. into a police state, Obama's various and nefarious plans, 9/11 conspiracies, survivalism tips (water purification and use of short wave radio equipment), and of course, the inevitable coverage of secret societies and their role in the New World Order.
- (archived from July 7, 2013)
- (archived from August 6, 2010)
- Can you say "McDojo"? This style of martial arts is so dangerous that they require a disclaimer to protect themselves should any of their students use their skills for illegal purposes. Although most self-defense systems focus on defense and incapacitation of attackers, this system seems to advocate the killing of every single attacker a practitioner should encounter. The following quote from the website leaves little room for doubt (our emphasis):
- "Get Lethal with the Self Defense Training System and let every attacker know HE made a fatal mistake when he stupidly picked you. We call it 'Attackers Remorse' and it's the last thing he feels before you obliterate him from existence. "
- The last part is probably hyperbole, unless they are teaching people to use .
- Can you say "McDojo"? This style of martial arts is so dangerous that they require a disclaimer to protect themselves should any of their students use their skills for illegal purposes. Although most self-defense systems focus on defense and incapacitation of attackers, this system seems to advocate the killing of every single attacker a practitioner should encounter. The following quote from the website leaves little room for doubt (our emphasis):
- (archived from December 30, 2010)
- (archived from August 21, 2010)
- The items on sale include the "Cold Steel" Recon Tanto Knife, pepper spray, camouflage gear, gas masks, stun guns, military "ready to eat" meals, and everything else a survivalist could need, with the exception of psychiatric care.
- (archived from August 11, 2010)
- Not quite what it sounds like at first. A blend of , yet there are no studies listed. All they have is a collection of pictures of doctors of naturopathy. Note to the manufacturers: taking photos of "doctors" is not a clinical study.
- (archived from August 9, 2010)
- (archived copy from August 20, 2010)
- How is it that many illnesses in animals have been cured while similar ailments in humans have not? Well, it's either a conspiracy to shorten human lives, or perhaps farm animals are the true masterminds behind the NWO. They're not entirely clear on this matter, but it is explained in the DVD set they're selling. There's also a good dose of vaccine hysteria – including a conspiracy by veterinarians using vaccines to make pets sick to generate more revenue for themselves – along with the alkaline diet and pretty much every other health fad that's popular in the community that won't believe trained professionals but will happily buy products from some random guy on the Internet who calls himself "doctor" and takes the time to make a visually appalling website. (As usual, the juxtaposition of "true" and "facts" is a sign that neither word applies.)
- (archived copy from August 19, 2010)
- Of course all good survivalists want to ensure they are well invested come the inevitable collapse of paper money and civilization as a whole. Paper money will be of little use when we're all hiding in caves, engaged in guerrilla war against the government, NATO and UN invasion forces. Gold on the other hand will be very useful because… well, it's not really clear how it's useful or even practical to carry heavy gold coins while running from FEMA death squads and their robotic hounds. (Midas Resources is the parent company of Genesis Communications Network, an independent radio network whose shows include the Alex Jones Show and other bullshit.)
- (archived from August 7, 2010)
- Fluoridated water is an elaborate government plot to control your mind. Not only does it help prevent tooth decay, it messes with the rest of your head too. Why buy a really inexpensive water filtration device to add to your mains, when Pure Water Freedom will sell you one for over $3,000? Heck, they can sell you the replacement filters too!
A Scanner Darkly
For some reason, the people behind A Scanner Darkly — that weird cartoon/real life - this is due to the fact that at that time Jones was friends with the film's director/writer Richard Linklater. It's one of his only roles in a non-Alex Jones production, but he still just plays the same ol' lunatic. This is one case where the actor really does fit the character. Plus, he gets tazed in the butt by the Thought Police. What's not to love?
Other dubious achievements
Jones is a recipient of the James Randi Educational Foundation's 2013 Pigasus Award for his "accomplishments" in promoting political conspiracy theories and quack medical treatments. He also attempted to initiate a public
pissing contest argument with fellow loudmouth media figure Bill O'Reilly over a graphic on The O'Reilly Factor, which put the words "Hate Speech" next to a photo of Jones. Jones' apparent solution was to stage a pay-for-view boxing match between himself and O'Reilly, which, if it happens, might be the only time both contestants end up forfeiting because of cardiac issues before the match even begins.
On June 9, 2013, Jones was interviewed by the normally calm BBC News correspondent Andrew Neil over his appearance at the Bilderberg conference protests. Jones took the opportunity to shout and scream numerous conspiracy theory bullet points, and repeatedly mentioned the address of his website. Towards the end of the interview, Neil sternly said, "You are the worst person I have ever interviewed." Afterwards, Jones shouted, "INFOWARSDOTCOM! Liberty is rising! Liberty is rising! Freedom will not stop! You will not stop freedom! You will not stop the republic! Humanity is awakening!" During Jones' rant, Neil turned to the camera and deadpanned, "We have an idiot on the program today." 
Jones also appeared on Piers Morgan's program on CNN to rant, rave, and carry on on the topic of gun violence, drawing allusions to Hitler, Stalin, and Mao, because they thought a mass removal of guns would happen in America. He also plugged his petition to deport Piers because of his issues with the Second Amendment and called him "a hatchet man of the New World Order". He was unable to answer a simple question about gun related deaths in the US vs. the UK. As a form of admission to defeat in the ensuing "debate", Jones ended the interview by mocking Piers' distinctive speech patterns by speaking in a cheesy, phoney-baloney English accent.
Jones was also responsible for the creation of a truly awful science fiction meme on his show by insisting the joint US-Russia plan to place Syria's chemical weapons under international control was, in fact, part of a cunning plan to kill off the human race and replace it with cyborgs.
In December 2013, Alex Jones announced he would be boycotting the NFL because of its decision to ban a commercial submitted by a rifle manufacturer at the 2014 Super Bowl.
Infowars has a German website which translates some English articles into German, and has an article archive tracing back until 2006.  Its most read article is "Das Geheimnis der Zitrone" ("The secret of the lemon"), an article that claims lemon is 10,000 times stronger than chemotherapy ("Es ist 10.000-mal st?rker als Chemotherapie.").
While director considers the fellow Texan a friend (even giving Jones cameos in his films Waking Life and A Scanner Darkly, where he essentially plays himself), Linklater has disavowed Jones' innumerable conspiracy theories, but Linklater also admits to distributing Infowars-produced 9/11 Truther material to actors like Bruce Willis.
The pilot episode of the 2016 revival of The X-Files features an eerily familiar Alex-Jones-a-like attempting to blow the whistle on a government/alien conspiracy in conjunction with Fox Mulder and Dana Scully. The show creator agrees with parts of Jones' conspiracist worldview.
As of 2017, Infowars, as well as Breitbart and other right-wing news websites, are reportedly under FBI investigation for a possible role in colluding with Russia to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election. In response to the investigation, Jones said, "I'm not gonna sit here and say, 'I'm not a Russian stooge,' because it's a fucking lie." Jones also admitted to being on RT News "probably 100 times or more."
In late April 2017, Alex Jones seems to have pulled a Rush Limbaugh and lost custody of his children... notably for being severely unstable. According to his lawyer, Jones was just acting as a character on Infowars, but during the trial, Jones stated (unsolicited and apropos to nothing in the trail) that George Soros was personally behind making marijuana more potent. Jones was also repeatedly reprimanded by the judge for making obvious gestures and facial expressions directed toward the opposing council and jury. During the trial, it was revealed that Jones was formally diagnosed with Narcissistic personality disorder (a clinical term for egomania), which is characterized by feelings of entitlement, grandiose sense of self, a deep need for admiration and a lack of empathy for other people. His pathological narcissism is such that he sabotaged his own legal team by openly undermining his own defense's claims that he is not as crazy in real life as he is on his show.
In the more bizarre news, Alex Jones was hounded by a neo-Nazi website, The Daily Stormer, for allegedly having a Jewish wife and not being anti-semitic enough. Seriously.
The Alex Avalanche
“”That's what happens when you're on Super Male Vitality, Brain Force, Caveman and Fluoride Shield all at once.
The Alex Avalanche is a particular debating style common to Jones; in fact, it's the only rhetorical technique he ever employs. The Avalanche is similar to the Gish Gallop, wherein the interviewee completely dominates the discussion, not allowing the interviewer, or any other panel members, an opportunity to interject and add their own thoughts or opinions. The Alex Avalanche is the Gish Gallop on meth, as it involves screaming, wild gesticulations, crying, loud grunting, flop sweat and generally throwing a tantrum befitting Jones' overdeveloped-baby-like appearance.
The phrase was coined following Jones' antics during his appearance on the BBC's Sunday Politics, where he ranted non-stop about the Bilderberg Group and how they were behind the implementation of the Euro, which was somehow originally a Nazi plot. Meanwhile, on Alex Jones' Facebook page, his supporters complained about his poor treatment on the show and that he wasn't given time to "explain himself", apparently blind to the fact that the man was given ample time because he didn't shut up for five minutes. The tirade was a simple repeat of his performance against Piers Morgan on the subject of gun control.
In response to the 2018-2019 lawsuit against Jones by parents of the Sandy Hook massacre as well as accusations of Jones using hate speech, several media platforms barred or greatly restricted his presence, including Facebook, Apple, YouTube, and Spotify Stitcher. Paypal later followed suit and banned Infowars and related sites, stating that Paypal "found instances that promoted hate or discriminatory intolerance against certain communities and religions, which run counter to our core value of inclusion."
Fellow-Texan ; Cruz's rendition was, "As the poem goes, you know, first they came for Alex Jones. That does not end well".
In 2019, Facebook banned Jones, Paul Joseph Watson, and Infowars and four other individuals (Louis Farrakhan, Paul Nehlen, Milo Yiannopoulos and Laura Loomer) as "dangerous individuals and organizations".
Surprisingly, Jones has managed to get a number of high-profile guests on his show (and, not so surprisingly, a lot of high-profile nutters), including:
- Mike Adams the Health Ranger.
- Buzz Aldrin, second human to walk on the Moon.
- Joe Arpaio
- Mimi Al Laham, otherwise known as SyrianGirlPartisan
- Steven Anderson, hate pastor of the Faithful World Baptist Church of Tempe, Arizona, who praised the 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting, claiming there were “50 less pedophiles in the world.”
- Chuck Baldwin
- Carl "Sargon of Akkad" Benjamin
- Owen Benjamin
- Russell Brand, actor and "comedian".
- Vincent Bugliosi, prosecutor of Charles Manson and critic of JFK assassination conspiracies.
- 'Lord' Christopher Monckton, former deputy of UKIP and fake Lord.  
- Pat Buchanan
- Noam Chomsky Considering he once gave Sam Harris the time of day he must get bored pretty often.
- Piers Corbyn
- Steven Crowder
- Jonathan Davis, the vocalist of American nu metal band KoRn.
- Vox Day
- Mark Dice, Conservative Christian conspiracy theorist and activist, has been a frequent guest on the show over the past eight years.
- Lou Dobbs, former CNN and current Faux anchor.
- Dinesh D'Souza
- Aleksandr Dugin
- David Duke
- Nick Fuentes
- Lyndon LaRouche 
- Joseph Farah
- Nigel Farage,MEP and leader of The Brexit Party
- Louis Farrakhan
- Yukihisa Fujita
- Ben Garrison
- Faith Goldy
- , comedian, civil rights activist, raw foodist, and chemtrail believer
- David Ray Griffin
- Vani Hari, the FoodBabe.
- David Icke
- Gary Johnson, former governor of New Mexico and the 2012 and 2016 presidential candidate of the Libertarian Party.
- Adam Kokesh
- Dennis Kucinich
- Michael Marcavage of Repent America.
- Alan Keyes
- Mike Judge, creator of popular television shows King of the Hill and Beavis and Butt-head.
- Gavin McInnes
- Texe Marrs
- Stefan Molyneux
- Dave Mustaine The vocalist and one of two guitarists of the band Megadeth.
- Ralph Nader
- Paul Nehlen
Gay marriage does not sleep because ofChuck Norris.
- Ron Paul (whom he endorsed in the
20082012 Presidential Election).
- Rand Paul (whom he endorsed in the 2016 Presidential Election)
- Brittany A. Pettibone — novelist, conspiracy theorist, Trump supporter, and possible RationalWikian (User:BrittanyPBone)
- Lew Rockwell
- Dave Rubin, 'comedian', host of The Rubin Report, and former member of The Young Turks.
- Luke Rudkowski
- Immortal Technique, rap musician who preaches roughly the same theories Jones does, only from a left-wing perspective.
- Gad Saad, evolutionary behavioural psychologist
I'm on a drug calledCharlie Sheen.
- Richard Stallman.
- Doug Stanhope,  a stand-up comedian and Libertarian atheist. He also happens to be, sad but true, a friend of Alex Jones and they are truly a perfect odd couple.
- John Trudell, a Native American activist, poet, occasional actor and musician. In a nutshell he's the bizarro version of Alex Jones in regards to sanity, truthfulness, common sense, grasp on reality and body weight.
- Donald Trump (whom he endorsed in the 2016 Presidential Election)
- Jesse Ventura
- Alan Watt
- Blaire White
- Milo Yiannopoulos
In a nutshell
- Art Bell - Pine for the good old days of a hippie broadcasting from the desert. Now, we get Tweets from the White House.
- Lyndon LaRouche - If Jones had a crazy uncle, it would be this guy.
- The Obama Deception
- Jeff Rense (A rival conspiracy to Jones, with each thinking the other is a double-agent of the Illuminati. Or something.)
- Kerry Cassidy - another who can't fart without... you know
- Michael Savage
- Megavitamin therapy
- Crisis actor
- Targeted individual
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- Rolling Stone's list of 7 batshit conspiracy theories by Jones: 1) Satanists are taking over America. 2) Bill Gates is a eugenicist trying to wipe out minorities. 3) The government is controlling the weather. 4) Hillary Clinton is running a child sex ring out of a D.C.-area pizza restaurant. 5) The government is complicit in countless terrorist and lone-gunman attacks. 6) Millions of undocumented immigrants illegally voted in the election 7) Former Fox News host Glenn Beck is a CIA operative.
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- , a video by Steve Shives
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- , one of his most popular films
- You bet we are.
- Besides selling a possibly toxic dose of iodine, InfoWars engages in other quackery. Including referring to "Dr. Group" as an authority for promoting and selling supplements. Group is actually Edward F. Group III, who is a chiropractor, naturopath and nutritionist, not an MD. InfoWars sells one of Group's products, "Global Healing Center's Oxy-Powder", which has a recommended dose of 1537 mg per serving. This dose is more than 4 times the maximum recommended dose of 350 mg/day.
- We presume "nervous nellies".
- Alex Jones is the first "sociologist" to conclusively study the pack behavior of nerds.
- Consider his complete agreement with Mike Adams on the Angelina Jolie breast cancer gene "hoax", for example.
- See Timothy McVeigh.
- [Alex Jones interviews Charlie Sheen on September 11 - Part 1] by Moonhunter19 (Jan 26, 2009) InfoWars (YouTube).