Alex Jones is baaaack!

If you haven’t already heard it, Elon Musk has made the decision to allow Alex Jones to return to X (formerly known as Twitter) after a 5-year “permanent’ ban. This decision was largely due to a lengthy interview that Tucker Carlson did with Alex Jones giving him the opportunity to explain his situation and why it was important for him to return.  That video has been removed from YouTube which continues to believe its path the success is government mandated and controlled censorship of content. When somebody preemptively  tells you  they are not evil, they probably are not telling the truth.

Shows in our database are assigned sequentially, so the lower the number, the longer that show has been around. Infowars with Alex Jones is show #13.

Alex used to have a very significant presence on over-the-air broadcast radio, primarily in smaller individual-owned stations without the fear of advertiser boycotts.   Syndication was handled by GCN (Genesis) whose business model is to sell time on the satellite channels and then the show tries to sign up affiliates and advertisers.  GCN and Alex Jones have a long-term business relationship largely based on scaring people into buying gold and selling herbal supplements.

I’ve been listening to Alex Jones for a very long time sporadically, even longer than former president Donald J Trump, who used to listen to the show overnight before he thought about being president. If you know that little detail and explains quite a bit about President Trump’s beliefs and his interaction with globalists and “the swamp”.  Donald Trump did a half hour interview with Alex Jones during the 2016 presidential race where he makes it clear that Alex Jones and Trump believed some of the same things.

Alex is responsible for introducing the world to the Bilderbergers, the world economic forum in Davos, skull and bones at Yale University, and Epstein’s Island for  Democratic politicians to have sex with children.  I have said to people that I know that what scares me about Alex Jones is how often the crazy things he is saying turn out to be true.

That being said, I still have issues with how he develops his content.   He does a very poor job of backtracking to the original source of material and then testing it to see if it makes sense.   At the time of Sandy Hook, I was living in Derby Connecticut which is about a 15 minute drive from there.  I definitely had some concerns about the official narrative, and Alex Jones has a default explanation for every tragic event that it’s a government false flag operation, so there was no shock on my part when he put forth that idea.

One of his long-standing theories is that the US government intends to exterminate people that disagree with the government by rounding them up and putting them into FEMA extermination camps. That part I don’t have an issue with.

But his proof was that he identified that the Amtrak maintenance facility in Beech Grove  Indiana is one of those locations. It has “secret”  tunnels underground that hide their real purpose. This is very similar to the mass psychosis of the McMartin Preschool case, or the current belief that the Catholic church in Canada buried hundreds of native american children in unmarked graves.

Amtrak went so far is to invite him to the facility without any limitations. He could go anywhere he wanted, open any door, film anything he saw and established that in fact it’s not a FEMA extermination camp. The building that he thought was the ovens where people were going to be incinerated turned out to be the facility that dries the paint when they repaint a locomotive.  But with all of that information and it being obvious that he was wrong, he refused to back down on his claims. His ultimate proof was the barbed wire and one-way gates are how employees go into and out of the facility.  They were very popular 100 years ago is a simple way to control access and make it difficult to steal property.

(Credit: Google Earth)

The position of Elon Musk is that so long as people do not violate the law, people like Alex Jones should be allowed to say whatever they want. X now has a community feedback facility where people can point out mistakes or misinformation without relying on a committee appointed by the three letter government agencies.  That doesn’t change the person’s responsibility if what they say is libelous.

His show still seems to be on GCN, so I’ll go back and revisit which stations are actually carrying the show still over the air.   If you’ve been paying any attention at all, it’s been probably 3 years since I’ve done any significant maintenance of the database.

In October 2023, the FCC changed over to their new database system and I’m undecided as to whether I want to go to the effort to continue to maintain the radio station license data



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2 Responses to Alex Jones is baaaack!

  1. Fred Stiening says:

    I’m not shocked, but I only found one terrestrial radio station still carrying Alex Jones, and I haven’t confirmed that yet for sure.

  2. TheChairman says:

    I’m baaaack! My login credentials worked, at least for the blog section of SRG.

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