The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump, and Roger Stone – Part 8 – The Alex Jonestown Massacre

This sort of emotional and mental conditioning never ends well, and there is a reasonable case to be made that Alex Jones and Donald Trump are engaging in stochastic terrorism

We continue our serialisation of the 2016 article, The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump, and Roger Stone.

In part 8, we find out that brainwashing at scale never ends well!

The Jones business model appears to be to include just enough verifiable information and reasonable concern in each broadcast, for Jones to sound somewhat plausible, and then build up the emotional rhetoric to a state of anger and fear, where extreme prejudicial viewpoints and downright falsehoods can be inserted into the minds of viewers and listeners, whilst bypassing their critical and analytical faculties.

This has been a favorite tool of demagogues and crazy cult leaders throughout the ages, be it Hitler at the Nuremberg Rally, or Jim Jones surrounded by his faithful adherents of The People’s Temple.

In the case of Jim Jones, it all ended when he led his followers to the promised land in Guyana, where they were either willingly, or forcefully administered cyanide laced Kool-Aid, in a mass suicide/murder scenario, whilst a U.S. senator who had arrived at the scene in an attempt to help Jim Jones deluded followers escape their grisly fate, was shot dead in cold blood.

It may be worth noting, that the Jonestown Massacre was the largest single loss of United States civilian life in the modern era, before the events of September 11, 2001.

This sort of emotional and mental conditioning never ends well, and there is a reasonable case to be made that Alex Jones and Donald Trump are engaging in stochastic terrorism, knowing full well that there is a statistical probability that their reckless use of rhetoric will encourage violent actions by a handful of their millions of supporters, but exactly who will commit these acts is individually far more unpredictable.

Of course, such an argument put to Trump or Jones would be ridiculed and fobbed off as an attack on freedom of speech.

It is interesting to see how things have panned out over the last few months and how Trump has been accused of using his speeches to spark trouble during the course of the campaign.

Make no mistake, the cookie cutter template of emotional manipulation and mind control is hard at work both on the set of Infowars dot com, and amongst the pages and videos that comprise its website offering.

Should the People’s Temple have a spiritual heir, and Jonestown be a place that still exists on this planet, then surely it exists once more, in the hearts and minds of those who hang onto and believe in every word of the appropriately named Alex Jones.

Indeed, Jones has taken on occasion to flashing up images of Jim Jones behind him whilst he presents his daily show, which one can only imagine is a grotesque prank, the real reason for which, Jones knows most of his followers will never pick up on.

Stay tuned, for the next episode of The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone….

The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone – Part 7 – Virus, Cults and Brainwashing

One effect of keeping individuals in a constant state of heightened fear, is that it makes them more suggestible, it’s a widely utilized brain washing and torture technique.

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The Ebola virus outbreak was an especial god send for Jones.

A chance to make many predictions of impending apocalypse, whilst encouraging his audience to stock up on supplies to see the crisis through.

He featured a doctor on one show, who called in to say that people with the virus in the U.S. were being ‘disappeared’ by the government to God knows where.

This was a line that was repeated multiple times, however, no families ever spoke out to ask for their loved ones back.  

There were no reports of missing people in other media, so one can only assume that this was another made up story that didn’t need to be followed up after the initial fling.

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 The terror had done its job, regardless of facts.

One effect of keeping individuals in a constant state of heightened fear, is that it makes them more suggestible, it’s a widely utilized brain washing and torture technique.

Of course, there is a case for saying that mainstream media engages in this tactic, but Jones takes it and ramps the dial up to eleven.

This sort of conditioning certainly goes a long way to explain the lack of critical functioning of Jones target audience, and its susceptibility to the more outlandish nonsense that Jones peddles.

It also explains why people believe a lot of the nonsense they read in newspapers and see on television every day.

The Jones business model appears to be to include just enough verifiable information and reasonable concern in each broadcast, for Jones to sound somewhat plausible.

Then, he builds up the emotional rhetoric to induce a state of anger and fear, where extreme prejudicial viewpoints, and downright falsehoods, can be inserted into the minds of viewers and listeners, whilst bypassing their critical and analytical faculties.

This has been a favorite tool of demagogues and crazy cult leaders through the ages.

Be it Hitler at the Nuremberg Rally, or Jim Jones surrounded by his faithful adherents of The People’s Temple.

Is anyone else you can think of a fan of the rally?

Stay tuned for the next episode of The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone….

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The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone – Part 5-Enter Roger Stone

For Stone to claim that he himself is anti-establishment is a wheeze that only the most ardent of Jones believers could fall for…..

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We continue our serialisation of the 2016 article, The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone……

Donald Trump needs outsider credentials and Trump’s long time friend Roger Stone knows just the man……

Alex Jones is Trump’s biggest cheerleader and his influence, like it or not, is playing a big part in the trajectory of this U.S. election cycle. So much so that Trump’s “ex campaign manager” is regularly popping up on Jones daily Infowars radio show (which is also televised live on the web) with exclusive “inside baseball” reports from the Trump campaign. It could very well be that Roger Stone understands that the burgeoning anti-establishment, right wing patriot tea party constituency, could be the deciding factor in this U.S. election cycle.

Stone proclaiming he is an ex-Trump insider, now fighting the ‘outsiders’ cause, outside of the Trump camp, gives Trump plausible deniability of not being too close to Jones and his wilder flights of conspiracy theory, whilst at the same time giving Trump the anti-establishment credentials required for his run and a voice inside the conspiracy movement. For Stone to claim that he himself is anti-establishment is a wheeze that only the most ardent of Jones believers could fall for. He has worked on campaigns responsible for the election of Nixon, Reagan and W Bush. Arguably the three presidents who have done more to trash the U.S. constitution and wage war against their own citizens and those of other countries, via a variety of means, than any others in history.

A visit to Roger Stone’s Wikipedia entry is highly instructive, we learn that:

In the first grade, he broke into politics to further John F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign:

“I remember going through the cafeteria line and telling every kid that Nixon was in favor of school on Saturdays…It was my first political trick”.

When he was a junior and vice president of the student government at a high school in northern Westchester County, New York, he manipulated the ouster of the president and succeeded him. Stone recalled how he ran for election as president for his senior year:

“[I] built alliances and put all my serious challengers on my ticket. Then I recruited the most unpopular guy in the school to run against me. You think that’s mean? No, it’s smart.”

Stone has built a career out of manipulation, underhand techniques and lying. He’s a natural bedfellow, for both Trump and Jones.

It’s a win-win for everyone. Jones gets the ‘respectability’ of having the Republican presidential nominee as an endorser of his brand and with that increased ratings, advertising revenues and customers for his infowars life, health product range. The association by proxy of Stone with Jones serves to give Trump a bona fide boost to his image as an outsider not of the political elite (quite a feat for a billionaire from New York, wouldn’t you say?) and Stone once again burnishes his reputation as a man that will do and say anything and make alliances with anyone to get his job done, a ruthless and efficient political operator second to none in his field. That field being the field of lying.

Stay tuned for the next episode of The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone

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The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone – Part 4

One of Jones’ ways of accounting for this anomaly is that many of our leaders are in communication with ‘alien intelligence’ and are planning to leave this planet to live “off world” in a trans-humanist paradise once they have merged with machines.

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We continue our serialisation of the 2016 article, The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone……

Jones reels in many an aggrieved listener and viewer with his anti-big government, anti-corporate, anti-system diatribes, however his favorite conspiracies often serve as a foil for legitimate concerns. Take for example, a favorite topic of Alex Jones, the Chemtrail conspiracy, whereby governments are said to be poisoning humanity and the planet via chemicals added to the fuel of military and passenger jets. which are then dispersed via vapor trail plumes from the engines.

Never mind that this would be a singularly ineffective way to dose a given area in poison, and more to the point, the presence of persistent jet exhausts or contrails in the atmosphere is wholly supported by good science, without the need for an all-pervading deadly conspiracy to explain their presence.

Those who Jones encourages to engage their time investigating this supposed conspiracy, may otherwise find themselves part of the movement against the more pressing (and demonstrably real) problem of air pollution caused by jet engines and automobile usage.

Instead, Jones leads nonthinkers down a garden path, where our leaders are supposedly engaged in a plot to poison a planet, and eco-system, that also sustains themselves and their own families.

One of Jones’ ways of accounting for this anomaly, is that many of our leaders are in communication with ‘alien intelligence’ and are planning to leave this planet, to live “off world” in a trans-humanist paradise once they have merged with machines.

Well, I suppose it’s obvious, isn’t it?

Another benefit for Jones of conspiracies such as chemtrails, is that it gives him a chance to give his range of health products a push, on the basis that the government is trying to poison you, and you need to take action to protect yourself. Just like a snake oil salesman, Jones introduces a problem that doesn’t exist, and then provides miracle cures for all ills.

As for climate change, apparently it doesn’t exist, and it is all a conspiracy to tax one of the basic building blocks of life, carbon. Trump agrees with Jones that global warming doesn’t exist.

It helps Trump conveniently play to big oil interests, whilst at the same time applying to have a sea wall built next to one of his golf courses in Ireland, to mitigate the risk of flooding caused by rising sea levels, which is being caused by climate change.

So, in the world of Donald Trump, climate change does and doesn’t exist at the same time.

It’s a bit like Schrödinger’s cat, which can be alive and dead at the same time, except it’s not a cat in a box with a poison pellet that can activate at any point, its Donald Trump’s mind, which can spew any information at any random moment, and the contents of any statement can be in complete contradiction to any previous or future statement.

There are a lot of things we don’t know about Donald Trump. What we do know of course, is that if there is a sea wall, it will be a big, beautiful sea wall.

Stay tuned for the next episode of The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone

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Did Donald Trump Even Know the Plan for The January 6 Insurrection?

What you say Don, shall we have an insurrection and use it as a cover to declare a national emergency and re-run the election under martial law?”

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If the coup plotters thought they had the support of some of the military, and enough protesters on the ground on the day of January 6 twenty twenty-one, would they have even needed to tell Donald Trump exactly what they were plotting in advance?

In fact with his record of not keeping quiet about anything, surely it would have been too risky.

As William Burroughs might have said:

“The best real estate agent, is the real estate agent that doesn’t know he’s an agent.”

Easier and more efficient then, to keep whipping up the public hysteria, whilst feeding Trump soundbite suggestions via the news channels which everyone knows he watches obsessively and keep making those suggestions more and more specific to the way you have planned the events to unfold.

Even in meetings with Trump, coup plotters would need to be careful.  Other White House staff could easily overhear them and get word out about the plot.

Yes, of course we all know that Flynn visited The White House in December and put the plans to Trump to enact martial law to re-run the election.

But were they really going to say in The White House:

“Look Don’, we’ve got all these people coming down, Alex Jones at infowars has been whipping them into a revolutionary frenzy over this.  We’ve got his sidekick, that ridiculous Owen Shroyer scheduled in to call for the taking of all Capitol Buildings by force and he’s going to say he hates the police, and they need to get out of our way and stand down.

“We’ve got plenty of military back up, Don.  Plenty of troops with us.

“What you say Don?

“Shall we have an insurrection and use it as a cover to declare a national emergency and re-run the election under martial law?”

No, I think they would need to be somewhat more subtle than that.

In The White House at least.

But not much.

Trump’s presidential advisors talked him out of Flynn’s plan for military rule in the United States, but Flynn’s shenanigans did not stop there, and he continued his media tours of martial law duty.

Michael Flynn’s suggestions as to what Trump should do as the day of January 6 approached, which he shouted from many media outlets, bear particular scrutiny when juxtaposed with the incitement that was occurring in December and early January over at Alex Jones’ infowars outfit.

Perhaps they thought Trump was even more idiotic than the rest of the world thought, and he would take the bait on their hare-brained plot.

And where and with whom did Flynn decide to hold his final major media appearance on January 5th, twenty twenty-one?

You guessed it, Alex Jones’ infowars.

It really doesn’t take a genius to work this stuff out.

But then again, it is the United States.

And a nod is as good as a wink to a blind man.

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The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone – Part 3

When we hear a self-proclaimed freedom fighter raising many of the issues which over the last fifteen or so years have made us feel uneasy, and often downright angry, it is easy to sympathize and imagine he is speaking for the common man, woman, or child

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We pick up our story from the last episode of the seminal 2016 article, The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone where we left off……

……when we find that the outlets of ‘news’ and information that we have previously trusted are sorely lacking and perhaps even poisonous to our psychological well-being, where is it that we turn for clarity and trusted sources?

How do we assess the tsunami of information headed towards us and ascertain facts from opinion and again reasoned opinion from mere fluff?

We all know, deep down, that there was something deeply troubling with the story we were told about the events of 9/11.

We don’t have to believe in the wilder conspiracy theories about that day and the events leading up to it, to know that something wasn’t quite right.

Take the youtube curiosity video from author of Welcome to Terrorland, Daniel Hopsicker, where he interviews Mohamed Atta’s girlfriend, Amanda Keller?

You remember that one, right?

Oh!

Guess you didn’t hear about that!

You can read more about Amanda Keller’s story in Daniel’s book, Welcome to Terrorland, here

We all know some Western governments allowed their populations to somehow believe that Saddam Hussein was in some way responsible for the bombing of the twin towers, hence galvanizing public opinion, especially in the USA, in favor of a costly prolonged war.

A war that has served as nothing more than to have created today, the exact situation across a huge region of the planet that we were originally led to believe that we were going to confront in the first place.

The truth is that that problem wasn’t there over a decade ago.

We have given birth to a monster, which fifteen years ago was but a pregnant demonic spectre in the imaginations of the leaders who sent our peers, friends and family members into a war that needn’t have been fought.

The death and destruction of the lives of hundreds and thousands of men, women, and children.

What the hell were we fighting for?

It wasn’t even for the oil.

Before the 2003 invasion of Iraq, Al-Qaeda simply didn’t exist in Iraq. It didn’t exist in Iraq at all.

When we hear a self-proclaimed freedom fighter raising many of the issues which over the last fifteen or so years have made us feel uneasy, and often downright angry, it is easy to sympathize and imagine he is speaking for the common man, woman, or child.

But is he really speaking for us all?

Mr Alex Jones professes to believe in freedom, freedom of speech, and freedom from oppressive government.

Alex Jones was an early cheerleader for Edward Snowden, who so fearlessly exposed the invasion of our western governments into our personal lives via digital means.

Now Mr Jones has moved his allegiances to back prospective Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump.

And what is Donald Trump’s view on Edward Snowden and how he should be dealt with? He believes Snowden should face trial and perhaps execution.

Now, as Jones was originally calling the government traitorous for their snooping, as exposed by Snowden, how does he square that with support for someone that is calling for increased surveillance and the execution of a fellow patriot and freedom fighter

A man who was upholding his oath to the constitution?

Join us for the next episode of The Strange Relationship of Infowars’ Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone.

Soon.

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The Strange Relationship of Infowars’ Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone Part 2

Alex Jones represents the dumming-down of rebellion and a co-opting of the unestablished order of counter cultural forces. A provider of easy targets for the prejudices of the disillusioned, discontent and angry.

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Following yesterdays introduction, lets now continue with the article proper as we follow the, then blossoming romance of the three amigos in:

The Strange Relationship of Infowars’ Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone

Alex Jones represents the dumming-down of rebellion and a co-opting of the unestablished order of counter cultural forces.

He stands as a pied piper at the gates of hell, ready to lead you along myriad blind alleys of stupidities and cultural divisions.

A provider of easy targets for the prejudices of the disillusioned, discontent, and angry.

For those who know and remember, there have long been loose knit counter cultural movements that have worked tirelessly and fearlessly to expose the wrong doings of corrupt governments and systems around the world.

They have protested loudly against corruption, criminal wars, blatant lies and the propaganda that has been employed to keep citizens, who knows. perhaps even you, pacified and under control. They have, in the main, been peaceful, implacable and above all, inclusive and tolerant.

This zealot would have you believe that all those counter cultural forces that have been pushing back against a corrupt system, are actually tools of that self-same system. If that were the case, why one may ask, was the counter-intelligence program specifically tasked with attacking and disrupting the counter culture movement and black activists?

Something in your narrative Mr Alex Jones, just doesn’t add up.

 Now why would that be?

Many citizens around the world are now awakening to the fact that, for many, many years, in fact for much of history, those in control of governments and business have been solely concerned with greasing their own palms and using tools of communication such as television, radio and newspapers as methods to keep populations asleep as to their true intentions, whilst at the same time disseminating information that often serves to encourage people to act en-masse against their own best interests.

With the advent of the digital age and the birth of social media, the suppression of the flow of information has become more or less impossible – save at the barrel of a gun – serving as a precursor to the sudden awakening of huge segments of the population to the fact that they are often being lied to on a massive scale.


Understandably people are angry. However, there is now a mass of information to drown in.

Much of this information is useful, much of it useless and much of it downright deceitful.

When we find that the outlets of ‘news’ and information that we have previously trusted are sorely lacking, and perhaps even poisonous to our psychological well-being, where is it that we turn for clarity and trusted sources?

How do we assess the tsunami of information headed towards us and ascertain facts from opinion and again reasoned opinion from mere fluff?

Come back soon and find out in the next episode of The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone.

The Strange Relationship of Infowars’ Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone

This May 2016 article concludes with an eerie prediction of a possible coup attempt to install Trump as a dictator, with Alex Jones and Roger Stone being major media faces helping push the coup attempt over the top.

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Foreword by the author:

This article was written in April to May 2016 and first submitted for publication in June 2016.

Podcast version available at bottom of page, 6 minute listen:

After a lack of interest from publishers, I decided to self-publish at Hubpages in October 2016, deeming the information too important to leave out of the public domain any longer.

In the article, I not only identify the tricks used by Alex Jones at infowars to prime his audience to act out their anger in the public realm, I also pinpoint the use of, and phrase, “stochastic terrorism” as the modus-operandi for his operation. This was the first time I am aware that this phrase was applied to how Jones as the pioneer, followed by Trump and his other many other acolytes, were dangerously stoking tensions, causing divisions, whilst also gaining support in the push for the 2016 presidential election.

The article concludes with an eerie prediction of a possible coup attempt to install Trump as a dictator, with Alex Jones and Roger Stone being major media faces helping push the coup attempt over the top.

So, anyone, what happened on January 6 2021?

The problem with being ahead of your time?

In the valley of the blind, the one eyed person is seen as insane.

Nobody understand the gibberish they are spouting…….until it’s too late!

And remember, nothing works like this, it’s illegal.

Charles Manson didn’t actually kill anyone himself, either.

TRIO – January 13, 2021

The Strange Relationship of Infowars’ Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone – Part One

Alex Jones: Dumb, yet clever

Prophecy Or Foresight?

Authors Note, April 18th 2021: “The Strange Relationship of Infowars’ Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone” was originally published on Hubpages on October 29th 2016, just over a week before the 2016 U.S. presidential election, after previously being turned down for publication elsewhere in May 2016.

It should be noted that, according to The New York Times, May 2016 was the month when:

“George Papadopoulos, a young foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign, made a startling revelation to Australia’s top diplomat in Britain: Russia had political dirt on Hillary Clinton.”

The article hints heavily that such a conspiracy is in play but does not go on to make that direct link.

This article was the first in-depth analysis to use and highlight the term “stochastic terrorism” as the M.O. for Donald Trump and friends playbook theory. The term was subsequently picked up on and became a staple theme for political talk show talking heads.

The closing paragraphs of “The Strange Relationship of Infowars’ Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone” conclude with an eerie foreshadowing of the events that culminated in the Januuary 6th 2021, storming of the United States Capitol.

The excerpt below should leave the reader in no doubt that the storming of the Capitol Building and the events that led up to it, were not only a massive intellligence failure on the part of the United States intelligence services, but also represent a failure of U.S. and world media, including the “progressive media” to understand what was going on at a ground level, away from their ivory towers….

Why couldn’t they see what I could?

Could Alex Jones Infowars be a tool that has been slowly paving the way for a time when it is necessary for dissent to be fomented, in order for a popular political uprising to deliver a less democratic form of power into the hands of some very unsavoury characters? With all the unsavory characters that seem to swirl around the infowars brand, could there be a plot akin to the failed 1930’s fascist Business Plot coup attempt to overthrow the Roosevelt administration?

And if there is a fascist plot being hatched, will there be a Smedley Butler to save the day?

Alex Jones, a man who cries freedom of speech and then supports a presidential candidate who supports closing down parts of the internet to achieve his objectives. Alex Jones, a man who reported widely on and derided the CIA for their extraordinary rendition and torture program, and now supports a presidential candidate who extolls the virtues of torture, and thinks the U.S. needs to go even further in its use of it.

Alex Jones, a pied piper at the gates of hell, ready to lead the unwilling, who knows, perhaps even you, into the valley of darkness, on into the abyss.”

Stay tuned for the second episode of The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone

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Remember: Video: Jon Ronson on Infowars Alex Jones: You’re Playing With Fire Here

Long before Trump and Roger Stone had Alex Jones on their radar, Jones was broadcasting his show via ISDN in a childs’ bedroom with, choo-choo train wallpaper adorning the walls.

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Today we return to the first episode of rebelinfo.com.

Long before Trump and Roger Stone had Alex Jones on their radar, Jones was broadcasting his show via ISDN in a childs’ bedroom with choo-choo train wallpaper adorning the walls.

Jon Ronson and Alex Jones had embarked on a caper to expose the mysterious summer camp playground to the rich and famous, Bohemian Grove….

January 6 Committee Confirms rebelinfo.com Suspicions of Wider Insurrection Conspiracy

It didn’t take long after the publishing of the first article and audio clip of the rebelinfo.com series, for the House January 6 committee to start confirming the need for greater scrutiny into the events and suspicious actions of a number of players in the days leading up to January 6

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The rebelinfo.com January 6 Coincidence:

Are higher powers at work?

United States House Select Committee on the January 6 Attack, has confirmed suspicions first written and heard in a series of articles and recordings at rebelinfo.com beginning on August 21st 2021.

The series of articles follows the words and actions of infowars’ Alex Jones, his sidekick Owen Shroyer, Michael Flynn, and the totally innocent Roger Stone in December 2020 to early January 2021, and the days leading up to the January 6 Insurrection.

It didn’t take long after the publishing of the first article and audio clip of the rebelinfo.com series, for the House January 6 committee to start confirming the need for greater scrutiny into the events and suspicious actions of a number of players in the days leading up to January 6.

On Wednesday September 1 2021, the headline at theguardian.com was “Capitol riot inquiry to investigate whether Trump’s White House was involved in attack.” The article went on to explain:

“The expansion of the dragnet to include 5 January is significant the source said, since it raises the specter of the committee prying open a window into what Trump and his top allies were doing the day before the Capitol attack.”

So just eleven days after our first article, we see signs that the lawmakers are willing to investigate more suspicious words and behaviour from more of Trumps wingmen and sycophants (one not ruling out the possibility of being the other too.)

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Techniques of Persuasion – From Propaganda to Brainwashing by J.A.C. Brown

The rebelinfo.com January 6 Coincidence:

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Even more amazing was the sudden action that President Biden performed within an even shorter timespan from release of another rebelinfo.com article.

On September 2 2021, we explained “Why Alleged (January 6) Plotters Could Walk Free.”

Using history as our guide, we pointed out the similarities between the shenanigans of Michael Flynn, Alex Jones and his sidekick, Owen Shroyer (oh yeah, and don’t forget the innocent guy, Roger “I’m not in control of anything while I’m flying” Stone) in the lead up to January 6 2021, and the events known as The Business Plot in 1930’s USA.

The Business Plot was a conspiracy launched by numerous wealthy businessmen to overthrow the government of Franklin D. Roosevelt and install a fascist dictator in his place.  These businessmen had looked across the waters to Germany and thought Hitler really had something going on they should try out.

In the article we also explained, that if Michael Flynn believed he could get Trump to declare martial law and re-run the election in the states he narrowly lost, he must also have believed he had enough support in the military ranks to pull it off.

Sure enough, in the early hours of September 9 2021, theguardian.com reported “White House asks Sean Spicer and Kellyanne Conway to quit military academy boards, video.

An accompanying article published later that day advised:

“The Biden administration has removed 18 Trump appointees to military service academy boards, among them the former press secretary Sean Spicer and adviser Kellyanne Conway.

Jen Psaki, the White House press secretary, said: “The president’s objective is what any president’s objective is, to ensure you have nominees and people serving on these boards who are qualified to serve on them and who are aligned with your values.

Associated Press reported on Thursday that the 18 appointees, who also include Trump’s former national security adviser HR McMaster and Office of Management and Budget director Russell Vought, had been removed.”

So now we have two separate events in an incredibly short period of time confirming the thoughts of writers at rebelinfo.com that were published just days before.

You could almost be forgiven for thinking we are psychic here at rebelinfo.

But here’s the thing, when you start looking for events that confirm your suspicions, you’ll likely start to see them everywhere.

You can end up conflating every half-connected fact with your ideas, theories, and suspicions. 

That’s when you start to see “them” and “they” everywhere.

And depending on how informed and practiced in reasoning your friends are, you can probably get your friends to believe the same sort of things you do.

Hell, if you are really brazened, you could start a radio show and force feed people the same baloney day after day, week after week and year after year, playing to your audiences worst fears, and stoking their pet hatreds, and get them believing in all sorts of half and even non-connected facts to prove your worldview.

If you have an impeccable work ethic and messianic zeal, you could probably get millions of people to believe the same things you profess to.

“He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster. And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you.” – Nietzsche (Beyond Good and Evil: Prelude to a Philosophy of the Future (1886), Chapter IV

Just like Alex Jones.

Don’t be Alex Jones.

And then what will you do with the monster you created?

Jonestown anyone?

Let’s see where this goes!

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