Setting back the 9/11 Truth Movement a Decade
And that's what Alex Jones managed to do in the documentary, "New World Order" that aired May 26 on the Independent Film Channel.
Jones came across as an out of control, paranoid, delusional nut case who sees conspiracies behind every corner that are waiting to take him down.
Anyone watching that hit piece that might of been sitting on the fence, not sure about what happened on 9/11 and thinking that maybe, just maybe it was some kind of an inside job is now lost forever to the other side thanks to Jones.
They'll look at Jones and see all the crazies that the foot servants of Empire, like Hannity, O'LIElly and Limbaugh warn about in their propaganda broadcasts.
Here's what Robert Lloyd of the LA Times said about Jones in "New World Order."
Jones is a self-inflating (though not charmless) showboat who gets energy from hearing himself speak; he has cast himself as the star and main target in a conspiracy thriller he sees following him everywhere: a shirtless biker hanging around the Washington Mall is certainly Secret Service; the fire alarm that goes off in his hotel can only be a "setup."
And from the "Paper of Record," the New York Times, in their article Conspiracy Theorists Examined
The most prominent of the filmmakers’ subjects, the radio host Alex Jones, who is based in Austin, Tex., rails against the powers that be — all of them — in a manner that reinforces every cliché of the conspiracy theorist loon: paranoid, megalomaniacal, delusional, sweaty. The documentary’s most action-packed scene finds Mr. Jones throwing a major hissy fit when his hotel fire alarm goes off, thereby proving, without a shadow of a doubt, that “they” are trying to suppress his revelations.
And for once, I agree with the NYT. Between Alex making his eyes bug out and waving his arms like a whirling dervish, Jones looked like someone who had escaped the confines of his straightjacket.
To be fair, the producers of this hit piece focused on the fringe elements of the 9/11 Truth Movement, from interviewing some Idaho militia types to the Florida Jesus freak that didn't seem to be playing with a full deck.
But it's the most visible and best known character, Jones who manages to trash the 9/11 Truth Movement thru his hysterics and acting like he has no control over his emotions.
Thanks Alex, for helping trash the 9/11 Truth Movement, you did a bang up piece for Tyranny, Death and Destruction. Your handlers must be proud!