Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Alex Jones Predictions

Don't think we have posted this before.  Hard to keep track of all the nutty things this guy says.  Enjoy.


27 Comments:

At 23 January, 2013 07:44, Blogger Jon Smith said...

The video is not working

 
At 23 January, 2013 09:16, Blogger Pat Cowardly said...

Neither is the 9/11 debunking.

But you knew that already.

 
At 23 January, 2013 12:52, Blogger Billman said...

So do you think there were pods on the planes, cowardly?

 
At 23 January, 2013 17:21, Blogger James B. said...

Video works fine for me.

 
At 26 January, 2013 16:01, Blogger M Gregory Ferris said...

The video worked for me.

This video underlines a key point as to why conspiracy loons like Jones, and others fail. You should be able to demonstrate a pattern, and then predict future actions. They already have statistical analysis that is used in policing large cities that works. The Mafia is predictable, the big city street gangs are predictable, prison gangs are predictable, the GOP has become predictable.

So why can't Jones be right even once? He missed Benghazi, the Times Square Bomber, both underwear bombers, and other actual events. If these are false-flag operations they should be predictable. They should fit a pattern of the now 23 year old NWO.

Where was the Alex Jones show about the NINJA loans, and banking scandals before 2007?

This is why the 9/11 conspiracy falls apart at every level.

If the attacks were staged by some internal cabal then why no Afghan Taliban, or Iraqis as hijackers?

Why the World Trade Center instead of decapitating the government by sending all 4 planes at Washington targets?

Why the Pentagon, which is essentially useless?

Why not plant evidence in Afghanistan to implicate Iraq if the plan was to invade Iraq all along?

Why not plant evidence in Iraq in the early days of the invasion for our troops to "find"?

Why not launch a chemical attack on our own troops, after all, they killed thousands at the WTC?

Why not stage a chemical attack within the US framing Al Qaeda and Iraq?

These are my unanswered questions to the troofers.

(I already know the real answer)

 
At 27 January, 2013 09:29, Blogger snug.bug said...

The first thing anybody with any reason to hide learns is not to be predictable.

Why no Taliban or Iraqis in 9/11?
Maybe because there were none they could trust. Taliban tried to turn over Osama to the Saudis in the spring of 2001. Saudis they could trust. Egyptians they could trust. It wasn't like black ops teams could just parachute into Iraq and recruit patsies just like that.

As it was, chatter from Baluchistan about al Qaeda's upcoming attack involving airplanes and American cities made it to the FBI in the spring of 2001.

Why would you think a black ops team would want to decapitate the government? They needed the government to wage war and enact liberty-killing legislation and approve huge budget increases for the Pentagon and create the DHS. And anthrax did a fine job of herding the sheep in DC--no need for airplanes. Besides, attacking the government would be an attack on the government--and a lot of citizens would cheer. The attack needed to be on the citizens.

The hit on the Pentagon was necessary to counteract criticism of the failure of the air defense and to demonstrate the idea that such an attack was totally unthinkable (even though it wasn't). We needed our brave fighting bureaucrats to be victims too.

Any planted evidence implicating Iraq would have been subject to scrutiny. As it was, the job of forging the Italian documents connected with the yellowcake was botched. So much had been botched, they wouldn't dare botch any more.

They couldn't launch a chemical attack--Iraq didn't have the chemical weapons any more. The reason for the Gulf War Syndrome from the Kuwait war was because the USA went around bombing all the weapons dumps in SE Iraq and the troops were exposed to the smoke.

When you start from false assumptions (that the attacks should be predictable) you're going to have false conclusions.

 
At 27 January, 2013 14:52, Blogger M Gregory Ferris said...

"The first thing anybody with any reason to hide learns is not to be predictable."

Yet most always are. The Mafia, The KGB, The CIA, Los Zetas are all predictable.

"Why no Taliban or Iraqis in 9/11?
Maybe because there were none they could trust."

According to the 9/11 Troof mythology, the Taliban worked for the CIA anyway.

"Taliban tried to turn over Osama to the Saudis in the spring of 2001. Saudis they could trust. Egyptians they could trust."

No, not really, they were jerking us around. They never intended to turn him over.

"It wasn't like black ops teams could just parachute into Iraq and recruit patsies just like that."

Why not recruit from the thousands of Iraq POWs we had after Desert Storm? Why not just give the hijackers false identies? You know,like the CIA had done in the past.


"Why would you think a black ops team would want to decapitate the government? They needed the government to wage war and enact liberty-killing legislation and approve huge budget increases for the Pentagon and create the DHS."

Decapitation would have have seal control of the government to specially selected appointees, and the shock and anger would have meant no questions from the population. They could have gone farther than DHS in scope.

" And anthrax did a fine job of herding the sheep in DC--no need for airplanes."

Never related to 9/11.

"Besides, attacking the government would be an attack on the government--and a lot of citizens would cheer."

Except they didn't.

"The hit on the Pentagon was necessary to counteract criticism of the failure of the air defense and to demonstrate the idea that such an attack was totally unthinkable (even though it wasn't). We needed our brave fighting bureaucrats to be victims too."

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! You're a dipshit.

"Any planted evidence implicating Iraq would have been subject to scrutiny."

Nope. If you claim the NIST was subverted and corrupted then any investigation into Iraqi WMDs would be rubberstamped.

"As it was, the job of forging the Italian documents connected with the yellowcake was botched. So much had been botched, they wouldn't dare botch any more."

Except it was the CIA who said the Italian docs were forgeries in the first place.

"They couldn't launch a chemical attack--Iraq didn't have the chemical weapons any more."

Hence the concept of planting them, dumbass,

"The reason for the Gulf War Syndrome from the Kuwait war was because the USA went around bombing all the weapons dumps in SE Iraq and the troops were exposed to the smoke."

In a handful of cases related to the ONE unit that had been downrange of a chemical storage facility. Gulf War Syndrome is a blanket term to cover ailments due to exposure to oilwell fires and the prototype Anthrax inoculations received by all forces in theater.

Is there anything you don't fail at?

 
At 27 January, 2013 17:21, Blogger Ian said...

It's really amazing the kind of deranged things Brian posts when he lets his guard down and doesn't think everyone is going to point and laugh at him.

 
At 27 January, 2013 17:41, Blogger snug.bug said...

The deranged one is MGF, who thinks successful criminals are predictable, that his fallacious ipse dixit arguments are repaired by repetition, that the CIA is monolithic and can not be simultaneously mounting an attack on the USA and defending the USA from attack, that he knows what Taliban intended, who believes POWs can be trusted for black ops, who believes the anthrax attacks were unrelated to 9/11, who thinks "You're a dipshit" is an argument, who thinks that any 9/11 false flag would have had to be the work of the CIA, who thinks chemical weapons can simply be planted in a manner that would fool a hostile and skeptical EU, and who thinks he knows a lot of stuff that he just makes up.

 
At 27 January, 2013 19:04, Blogger James B. said...

Isn't it cute when he acts like he knows something about Black Ops? Maybe he has the game for the XBox?

 
At 27 January, 2013 19:54, Blogger snug.bug said...

Yes, it is quite amusing that MGF seems to think he knows that black ops are predictable. It seems that he hides in a cultural backwater so that he can preserve his illusions about his knowledge and intellect.

 
At 27 January, 2013 19:56, Blogger M Gregory Ferris said...

"he deranged one is MGF, who thinks successful criminals are predictable"

They are, hence our full prisons.They get caught why? (they're predictable).


"that the CIA is monolithic and can not be simultaneously mounting an attack on the USA and defending the USA from attack"

The CIA? I never mentioned the CIA.

"...that he knows what Taliban intended..."

Because they've admitted they never planned to turn bin Laden over.

"...who believes POWs can be trusted for black ops...."

What, you mean like these guys?:

Nazi war criminals:

http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB146/index.htm

The Chieu Hoi Program in Vietnam:

http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB146/index.htm

The CIA has a validated and confirmed history of using POWs they've turned (or have just sold out). Why don't you know this? For a guy who thinks he knows about the CIA you are lacking in the basic history.

"... who believes the anthrax attacks were unrelated to 9/11,..."

Based on the FBI's opinion. Take it up with them.

"...who thinks "You're a dipshit" is an argument...."

It's the nickname your dad gave you.

"... who thinks that any 9/11 false flag would have had to be the work of the CIA..."

Again, didn't say this, hence you are a dipshit. You lack basic reading skill.

"...who thinks chemical weapons can simply be planted in a manner that would fool a hostile and skeptical EU..."

What, the EU who never set foot in Iraq during the war? That EU? Or the EU that would know it was a plant because they had sold Iraq the equipment to produce chemical weapons? That EU? The same EU who told us Iraq had WMDs? That EU?

I think you are confused about the EU, and their reliability.

If the Black Ops game had a Brian Goode setting it would be the one where the game plays you for a fool.

 
At 27 January, 2013 20:07, Blogger M Gregory Ferris said...

"Yes, it is quite amusing that MGF seems to think he knows that black ops are predictable."

They are. Troofer versions of Black Ops are even more predictable.

"It seems that he hides in a cultural backwater so that he can preserve his illusions about his knowledge and intellect."

Yeah, just so happens my backwater is home to the Naval Postgraduate School, the Defense Language Institute, and the Monterey Institute for International Studies, and the Panetta Institute. The UN Secretary General was just here. I have three 5th Special Forces Group vets in my Calculus class.

I don't claim to know what Black Ops teams actually do, but I know what they don't do. They don't do the things Troofers claim they do.

 
At 27 January, 2013 20:39, Blogger James B. said...

Ooh, love Monterey. Spent a year there. Need to go back and do some golfing.

 
At 27 January, 2013 21:21, Blogger snug.bug said...

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At 28 January, 2013 00:49, Blogger snug.bug said...

MGF is so hick he doesn't know that bragging about the Naval Postgraduate School and DLI is like bragging about West Point when you live in Beacon, NY.

He also seems to think the prisons are full of successful criminals. Thanks for proving my point, dude!

He can't even remember that he not only mentioned the CIA, he claimed they were predictable and that the Taliban worked for them.

The problem with making shit up is that then you can't remember what you said.

 
At 28 January, 2013 04:59, Blogger Ian said...

Poor Brian. He's hysterical because his privileged upbringing in Palto Alto was flushed down the toilet in one drug-addled semester of failed classes at San Jose State, yet he still wants to pretend he has accomplished something in his life, even though he's an unemployed janitor who posts dumbspam about CIA black ops and magic thermite elves all day.

So he'll babble about "hicks" because he's the typical elitist bushcist who thinks people should listen to him by virtue of his birth.

Sorry, Brian, but nobody is going to listen to a mentally ill unemployed janitor babble about CIA black ops except for the purpose of pointing and laughing.

 
At 28 January, 2013 05:00, Blogger Ian said...

And let's remember that Brian has been posting dumbspam on this blog for 4 years now, and he STILL hasn't gotten a single question from the widows answered. Not one.

 
At 28 January, 2013 10:06, Blogger snug.bug said...

Ian, it was MGF who was posting dumbspam about CIA black ops--claiming that they would be predictable and that thus any unpredictable ops were not CIA.

I merely countered his ridiculous claims, after which he responded by denying that he even mentioned the CIA. He obviously just makes stuff up as he goes along--as you do. What is your evidence that I attended San Jose State?

 
At 28 January, 2013 13:45, Blogger M Gregory Ferris said...

Brian sees the CIA in everything.

Plus we all know he doesn't read well, I used to think it was cherry picking, but it turns out he's just a moron.

 
At 28 January, 2013 15:03, Blogger snug.bug said...

That's ridiculous. The CIA is only one intelligence agency among 16, and I know very little about it.

Not only can you not read well, you can't even remember the stupid things you said in your previous posts.

 
At 28 January, 2013 16:08, Blogger M Gregory Ferris said...

"The CIA is only one intelligence agency among 16, and I know very little about it."

Oh, this has been obvious to anyone who has read your posts. Your lack of knowledge extends to physics, history, engineering, yesterday's news, and janitorial work.

Do you know why it's called the Central Intelligence Agency? Because 15 of the 16 other intelligence agencies report and coordinate their work through the CIA. Only the ODNI is higher on the food chain, and it didn't exist until after 9/11.

This does not mean the CIA controls the other agencies, it means that they decide which targets receive priority tasking on the various agencies' resources (NSA eavesdropping targeting, NRO satellite tasking, etc). Each agency has its own area to cover regardless of what the CIA desires which leads to a lot of heated debates, and turf wars (which lead to 9/11).

Not that you care, to you the CIA has magic powers, and employs genetically modified attack baboons to plant nanothermite in busy office buildings.

 
At 28 January, 2013 17:00, Blogger snug.bug said...

You just make shit up, and there's no reason to believe anything you say.

 
At 28 January, 2013 18:14, Blogger M Gregory Ferris said...

"The CIA is only one intelligence agency among 16, and I know very little about it." - Brian Goode

All you need to know.

 
At 29 January, 2013 04:48, Blogger Ian said...

The CIA is only one intelligence agency among 16, and I know very little about it.

Brian, you know very little about anything related to 9/11, but that hasn't stopped you from posting endless dumbspam about it here.

You just make shit up, and there's no reason to believe anything you say.

Squeal squeal squeal!

Anyway, Brian, are you familiar with the TV show "Girls"? Do you know where that name came from? Let's just say that I know people, and that one time, I was showing them your hysterical squealing where you used to call us "girls". They found it hilarious that a 60-year-old man would still live with his parents and call people 2nd grade-level insults, so they named the show after it.

You should go back to calling us "girls", Brian. It was a lot more entertaining than "it thinks its funny".

 
At 29 January, 2013 12:09, Blogger snug.bug said...

Its boss thinks it's working.

 
At 29 January, 2013 19:17, Blogger Ian said...

Its boss thinks it's working.

Brian, I told you to go back to calling us "girls". This stuff is boring.

Also, I posted that at home before I went into work. You live in a fantasy world.

 

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