rebelinfo.com podcast: At Heaven’s Gate: Charles Manson meets Infowars’ Alex Jones, Donald Trump & Roger Stone

At Heaven’s Gate

In this episode of the rebelinfo.com podcast:

At Heaven’s Gate: Charles Manson meets Infowars’ Alex Jones, Donald Trump & Roger Stone

We remember that Charles Manson didn’t kill anybody.

A thought from a strange quarter:

In 2014, I sense signs of a coup attempt, along the lines of the failed 1930’s Business Plot, which aimed to overthrow President Franklin D Roosevelt, installing a fascist dictator in his place, over the horizon

The idea finds its way into an article I am writing.

I email a copy to alternet.org in June 2016, and think:

“That’ll do.”

Then it’s off to the pub.

Why not?

When the cosmic mystery unfolds in your environs, a pint is often required to let yourself out of yourself.

By the time October comes alternet.org have still not published my article. The earlier signs of coup are now dancing at the town gates.

By the time October comes, I’ve had too much to drink.

I peer out the window and spy a quintet of carol singers, on the market square by the Heaven’s Gate.

It’s Jim Jones, Infowars’ Alex Jones, Donald Trump, Roger Stone and Marshall Herff Applewhite Jr.

Singing merrily,

“Always is always forever.”

Here’s a tip.

When the party gets going later. Avoid the punch.

Listen to “At Heaven’s Gate: Charles Manson meets Infowars’ Alex Jones, Donald Trump & Roger Stone,” below…..

Infowars’ Alex Jones Show Features Religious Maniac Calling for Isis-Style Executions of Covid Experts and Politicians In USA

Why not start featuring religious maniacs on infowars’ Alex Jones Show, who call for the beheading of Covid experts and politicians in public?

It’s bunker time for Alex Jones.

With the lawsuits closing in on him, Alex Jones is digging out the bus he buried in the backyard of his Central Texas Command Center.

The outcome was always inevitable.

Many a cult leader experiences a similar moment.

When the cognitive dissonance gets too much, you can do one of two things.

You can give up the ghost.  Cut and run.  If you’ve got the cash, somewhere safe to hideout and can leave no trace. 

Why not?

You’ve earned it.

Or, you can do what the Jim Jones of this world do. 

You take it as far as you can, and then over the edge.

And if you are going to take it over the edge, why not start featuring religious maniacs on infowars’ Alex Jones Show, who call for the beheading of Covid experts and politicians in public, leaving their dead bodies on display, preserved, of course, as a warning to anyone else who dares to cross Alex Jones?

That’s completely normal.

Apparently, Jones is mad because folk are always putting words in his mouth he didn’t say:

Well here you go:

Something for the judge in the Sandy Hook lawsuit to think about, perhaps?

Of course, Jones has gone completely insane.

And there is, no method.

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….

Listen to The Strange Relationship of Infowars Alex Jones, Donald Trump and Roger Stone, below…..

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