Alex Jones Creates A Stir On The BBC

The walking, talking antithesis of mainstream news programming, or the perfect addition to it? Following a dramatic appearance on CNN earlier this year, this past weekend Alex Jones was featured on the BBC One’s Sunday Politics show for the ostensible purpose of discussing the Bilderberg Conference. Perhaps not completely surprisingly, things took a turn towards the chaotic, with the show fading out with Jones shouting at viewers to “wake up” as host Andrew Neil makes “looney tunes” gestures at the camera:

56 Comments on "Alex Jones Creates A Stir On The BBC"

  1. This clown is always good of a laugh.

  2. Mr. Good Bomb | Jun 11, 2013 at 12:22 pm |

    The BBC are always worthless.

  3. BrianApocalypse | Jun 11, 2013 at 12:22 pm |

    He sure knows how to give his message mass appeal doesn’t he? The un-converted will really respond to all that stuff about Nazis and water fluoridation.

  4. Scott Preavy | Jun 11, 2013 at 12:36 pm |

    Quiet Alex, they’ll cut your head off.

  5. CosmicAmazing | Jun 11, 2013 at 12:50 pm |

    Being the loudest person in the room doesn’t make you more relevant.

    • No, but it often makes you the most noticeable. Which, I suspect, is what Jones is going for.

      • Jin The Ninja | Jun 12, 2013 at 4:15 pm |

        i feel in this instance, ‘relevant’ was a synonym for both ‘intelligent’ and ‘sane.’

  6. I wish he would claim he’s from another planet. I bet most people from the UK were thinking, yep he’s a yank,

    • Good show!

    • Interesting that it was posted under the name of Mark Dice. Those of you who know, will know…

      For those of you who don’t, this video will explain the whole sordid story. Another one of our favorites interviewing (the real) Mark Dice. Sorry for the length. If you fail to finish please know that you are forgiven well in advance of the misdeed.

      He seems to be critical, yet one can distinctly feel the breeze from the door being left open.

      and then, months later…

      as Paul Harvey used to say; “Now you know… the rest of the story.”

      One last thought though. On the posts original video; When Cooper (wanted to use Webb, but his was a double tap suicide, so I couldn’t) died on his front lawn, he became a martyr. And the fallout from that terrible miscalculation…

      taught them to never kill Alex Jones. Now they must confine themselves to phone threats.

      Hey! I’m here two shows a night. Remember to try the veal, and be sure to tip your wait staff.

      • Serious man soap opera, WWF style.

      • Hardly anyone knows who Cooper was, beyond the people who have an interest in these kind of things. I didn’t even know dude was shot and killed until long after reading Behold…

      • BrianApocalypse | Jun 11, 2013 at 6:08 pm |

        I remember watching a Bill Cooper lecture many years ago where somebody in the audience asked why he hadn’t been killed. His answer was because it would validate everything he said and cause more people than ever to believe him.

        Then he was killed… and nothing much happened.

        You’d think Alex Jones would have played on that a bit, hyped it up as a piece of ‘evidence’ of the conspiracy at work. But if anything Jones has always seemed eager for Cooper’s name to be buried deep in conspiracy theory history.

        • BuzzCoastin | Jun 11, 2013 at 6:41 pm |

          the people shouting WAKEUP
          assume people like to be disturbed during their sleep
          when in fact
          they don’t
          the aggressive waker/shaker is then killed

          • BrianApocalypse | Jun 11, 2013 at 8:37 pm |

            Often true. In Cooper’s case however I think his own paranoia killed him. He certainly believed everything he said though, I’ll give him that!

  7. Town Destroyer | Jun 11, 2013 at 2:55 pm |

    HAHA. Alex is too hilarious to be anything but an agent of disinformation. Everytime he opens his mouth to shout “Infowars Dot Com” the mainstream media grows stronger.

    • Calypso_1 | Jun 12, 2013 at 9:47 am |

      I expext anyday to get an excited call from my elderly xtian msm addict parents telling me all about this guy AJ.

  8. Jones is a genius when it comes to interviews by British Newsmen. Oh hell, he’s just always like that.

    One day we will find him hiding out in a cheap motel with a glass pipe and a hooker. I had a landlord that did that. It was an ugly slide. Of course he will be thinner then.

  9. People always talk about controlled opposition. How about “uncontrolled opposition”

    Alex has no self control and no tact, and therefore estranges people who might otherwise be on his side. Either he’s a good actor, or he’s just wild and crazy enough to make it easy to sit next to a mild mannered person and come out like a loon.

    • im not sayin I agree w/ him or even think he’s not part of the psyops goin on, but I do agree w/ his boldness and seriousness. suffering and oppression should be taken seriously. this whole attitude of “oh, well, it’s not happening to me(at least immediately)” is an attitude we shouldn’t accept. it is wrong to tolerate wickedness, and the person who is courageous enough to stand up to it, accepting the imminent persecution, deserves our admiration. I don’t know the guy personally, so its hard to admire him. but sometimes, the attitude he is expressing deserves admiration. of course, I don’t deny that its not part of psyops/sorcery. Evil has been at this game for quite a long time. It knows how to pull our strings. But Good is of Eternity. It trumps evil. The way a wild card trumps an ace. 😉

      • Be honest, do you think anyone is going to listen to this man’s message?
        Nutty Street preacher

        • not sure what you mean by that exactly. but those men are clearly not expressing mercy and compassion to the oppressed. they have a strong sense of sin, but they should focus on its effects on their own souls and be understanding of others. love covers a multitude of sins and I hope people like that will understand it.

          but I have to admit, im not in the business of propaganda and manipulation, which sugarcoats a message to trick others into “believing” I have more respect for nutty street preachers and alex jones types cause even if they are rude and critical(and all of us are), they aren’t sugarcoating their message to make it palatable. I do believe they should be a bit balanced, and more understanding of others and other opinions. The Way of Christ is a balancing act. For anyone aware of Qabala, it’s the balance of Love and Judgment,.


          • we’re all angry loud mouths sometimes. some are just more than others. they’re popularly known as extremists. but its all irrelative, aint it?

          • Do we all get paid to be angry and loud?

      • Gerald Hartman | Jun 18, 2013 at 1:21 pm |

        Jones does make money, and that’s ok as there is nothing wrong with capitalism. And if he is a part of the psy-ops, then he getting paid (to do wrong) and shame on him when that comes to light. As for his banshee, I understand his reactions as I’ve been in this fight longer than Jones has been and it can become overwhelmingly frustrating, and we all have a right to react as we will,…and when you’re being lead and played as the BBC interview attempted, I don’t blame him for his reaction. Had a man treated me that way in bar, I guarantee the conversation would not remain calm for long unless they decided to change back to something more mutually respectful. Jones is always pissing me off when he steps on his guests…JUST AS THEY”RE MAKING THIER POINT. Argh! If I were there with him, I would look at him, say I love you like a brother, then cuff him upside his head, and tell him to let them finish. This could be premeditated and part of manipulating the story, or it could be he’s passionate and pissed off, and maybe a little unstable (as in easily provoked). I don’t know. But I do know he has reached a lot of people that would have not been touched enough to take the Red Pill. For that I thank him. Just my humble 2 cents, folks.

        • nothing wrong w/ capitalism? AND shame on him if he’s getting paid to do wrong?

          a little cognitive dissonance there?

  10. Cocaine or way too much caffeine..I can’t decide

  11. polymatrixx66 | Jun 11, 2013 at 5:41 pm |

    meh he serves a purpose hes a bit too in your face for me but i give him credit for gettin the word out about fluoride and vaccination dangers he may be a hot headed asshole but his intensions are good. haha infowars would be a crazy but funn place to work though

    • Tuna Ghost | Jun 12, 2013 at 9:08 am |

      yes, I too give him credit for getting the word out about absolute bullshit that retards eat up with a spoon

  12. chinagreenelvis | Jun 12, 2013 at 12:35 am |

    What I really want to see is the part past the cut where he stops shouting, calmly takes off his microphone, shakes hands with the host and asks, “How was that? Okay?” and gets a solid “Perfect!” in response.

  13. sveltesvengali | Jun 12, 2013 at 8:51 pm |

    Every time Alex Jones ends his session in a tirade of yelling that overwhelms the situation, I get a tad bit angry, and it’s not just because Alex Jones is yelling at everyone on the show and drowning out their opinions. It’s because he’s discrediting the very message that he tries to deliver with such passion every time it occurs, especially on a mainstream media network, and aspects of that message are very important to get out to an often oblivious public.

    As David Aaronovitch points out (or at least begin to), he would’ve discredited much of what Alex Jones contends a scant decade ago, but that much of what he does contend reflects a reality that we become ever-increasingly aware of. For instance, one needn’t look further than the admissions of the CDC itself and pieces of resultant legislation to know that the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment did occur, something that Jones points to right about the time that things really go south in the interview.

    Conspiracy theory can be an important form of critical thinking, but, all too often, it reads into the lines rather than between them.

  14. DaWhitness | Jun 13, 2013 at 2:52 pm |

    I swear always the same people hating on Alex on these boards. Hating cause he’s trying to keep a float In a shit system. So what if he’s selling vitamins, vitamins are good for you are they not? The doctors are selling you drugs and you are coo with that? Smh. You guys should get paid for you how often you guys are bashing on Alex, unless you already are then my hats are off to you sirs, you are doing a great Job. Every time i come to this forum I see people trading quips of who can make the most fun of alex. It’s so funny that people can’t handle his aggression, although it probably weeds out the weak, who can’t handle the gravity of reality.

  15. alex is crazy
    like a fox
    faced with those condescending unmentionables
    he did exactly what he should of done
    break the set
    refuse to play the game
    and get attention
    and if you think his anger is unwarranted
    brother i dont know what planet your living on
    wake up


  16. Typical BBC, Lefty ambush……. Aaranovitch is either an idiot or a shill – or both!

    The only reason Alex Jones is still alive is because he’s got much too high a public profile for the NWO to be able to bump him off so quickly after they already bumped off Andrew Breitbart by using the CIA to do their dirty work for them.

    Andrew Neil was a total prat – no wonder Alex got angry – and that’s exactly what those two Lefty tw*ts set out to do in an attempt to discredit him.

    BBC – I’m afraid your blatant, Lefty tactics are not going to work any more – get used to it, you traitors.

  17. Why can’t American TV personalities / journalists be more like the BBC guy? He was brilliant!

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