Knowledge Fight - #866: November 1, 2023

Episode Date: November 3, 2023

In this installment, Dan and Jordan witness a tornado.  Alex begins conflicted about his place in the right-wing propaganist scene but vows to never quit until God tells him he can, only to quit less... than two hours later.

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Starting point is 00:01:37 book project of Alex's book is done now We will be revealing that on Monday that will on Monday, because there's still a little bit of editing tweets that I need to make sure and everything. Sure, sure, sure. So I don't want to make everything fully public right now. But it is, it's a huge weight off my shoulders. In terms of just like, is this ever gonna be done? It's just like, do you feel like you're walking through
Starting point is 00:01:59 molasses when you have a project going like that? And you're trying to also keep up the show itself. And you know, it's just, it's, I think that there's something to be said for, and I'm not perfect about this all the time. So I don't wanna give anyone that conception, but there's something so much to be said for just keep going.
Starting point is 00:02:19 Yeah. You know, just keep on moving, and you'll make the progress that you need to make as you go. Now, there is one thing I will say publicly now. What's that? There are two prongs of this project that are new things. One is that book thing. Like I said, talk about that on Monday.
Starting point is 00:02:39 Sure. Second thing, I have a sub-stack. Yes, I've not announced this publicly yet, so night is well-throwed this out there. I have started a sub-stack. That is free, obviously I've never charged anything for this shit. But I have a number of insights into Alex Jones
Starting point is 00:03:00 and the business and all this stuff. And I will be discussing some of them there. Yeah. And honestly, here's what happened. I realized that Substack sounded a lot like Stackies. And I realized that Alex has those stacks of paper. And I thought that wordplay was really funny. And so I tried to get Substackies at substak. You know, I thought like
Starting point is 00:03:26 if I could get that name, it'd be great. That would be so fun. It would be great. Unavailable. Ah, naturally. However, I did get stakies. Yeah. So I got And so that's there. Not for nothing. There was a part of me that was unsurprised that you gave me the name of your substak long before you had anything written for. I wanted to sit on it as soon as I had the idea for the name. Sure, exactly. And then I wanted to sort of feel out how the thing even works, like how posting something there works and all that. There is one post that is up there now, so if people want to check that out and subscribe, they can do that. I don't know exactly what the frequency of posting on that will be
Starting point is 00:04:08 But there'll be there'll be some content there periodically Anyway, I'm excited that a bit of this that has been sort of cooking in the background and You know, we had a couple of Wednesdays where I would have liked to have Sneaky snake episode sure I couldn't because you know, I'm trying to get a lot of these duck Center row Yeah, yeah, and I didn't want to talk about it too much because that's the enemy of getting something done Oh, it can be and so I'm just thrilled to be on the other side. Yeah, yeah, no, it's good It's it's fine that we can finally stop doing those interviews. I'm good being done with them You're finished with the book project. No, cuz there's another project move on God damn it. Well, I mean The the new mission of destroying Alex Jones's career
Starting point is 00:04:49 and everything that he's done, I mean, we are not done after one book. He's got another book that just came out. Oh, no, he doesn't. Yes, he's got the great awakening. God damn it. And look, there's a lot of other things he's done. There's other documentaries. Sure There's his the culmination of his life's work. All right. There's so many things that need to be addressed
Starting point is 00:05:11 I at this point at this point genuinely, you know all of your All of everybody's non-violence aside. I think I would rather you killed me than did this to my career Just kill me man. Just just fucking stab me in the throat throat So I'll be fine now you're coming after my documentaries Wow, what next? Oh, I thought you met literally you as Jordan. Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no Oh, no, absolutely that's already that never began and it will never I do I do think that there is something that is far more threatening and in trying to deconstruct and ruin someone's legacy Sure sure in trying to deconstruct and ruin someone's legacy. Sure, sure. And just that while I'm alive, you know, just fucking, come on, let wait until I'm dead.
Starting point is 00:05:49 And no one deserves it more than one Alex Emmerich Jones. What I want is to not experience consequences for the horrible things that I've done. And I just feel like you're not letting me get away with that. Well, I mean, at the downside of it for me and even for how you're putting it is. This isn't really a consequence. No, you know, I don't, I don Well, I mean, at the downside of it for me and even for how you're putting it is, this isn't really a consequence.
Starting point is 00:06:06 No. You know, I don't, I don't, I don't kid myself into thinking there'll be like actual real life intersection of like this is gonna ruin him or anything. But the information will be there centralized and available. And I, you know, whatever impact that makes is what impact it makes. It's not, it's not up to me to determine that.
Starting point is 00:06:24 It's just by, it's up to me to determine that. It's up to me to determine getting it done. Yeah, and I think any opportunity for Alex to shake his fist once more in the sky and say, damn, did what now? I think that'd be great. I think that's always enjoyable. It's fun to think about. So it's your bright spot. My bright spot is there's a new season of what it happened was, which is the podcast that Open Mike Eagle does. Okay. And it started this and it is with Questlove
Starting point is 00:06:54 and they're covering the first, like the beginning of the roots career. Ooh. And it is. I'm Philly. It could not be more like catnip to me specifically. Oh, sure. Like Open Mike Eagle, one of my favorites.
Starting point is 00:07:06 And Questlove, my all-time drumming hero, who's like all of this, and esoteric nerdy music trivia from people who care way more about like, weirdo jazz bands than you can imagine. That's my shit, man. Yeah? That's my stuff. Yeah, I mean, I can't imagine what the, like,
Starting point is 00:07:25 making of Illadal's Half Life was like. I haven't even gotten there yet. Swoosh. There's still, we're still on organics. Wow. Four episodes still on organics, man. They're gonna talk at all about whether they have any feelings about Jedi mind tricks.
Starting point is 00:07:39 Another Philadelphia-based, uh, uh, haven't said anything yet, but there's been a lot of reference. There's been a lot of if you're looking for geographical product placement, it's there. Sure. Yeah. Just a duck. Not necessarily that. But like, you know, people, people I came up with in Philly, we were wrapping around the Liberty Bell love park. Yeah. I mean, you know, he went to performing arts school. that was essentially fame so well I don't think that there would have been a lot of overlap between the roots and Jedi mind tricks I think they would have been quite separate in terms of you know one being kind of jazz influenced back package sure sure and then the other being somewhat violent. Horror
Starting point is 00:08:26 core. Sure. That's so taric Muslim rap. All right. There are small differences. And especially that early Jedi mind trick stuff. A lot of that stuff is tough to go back and listen to. Yeah. There's a lot of very socially un evolved positions. Yeah. No, I mean, with a bit of interesting stories that I hadn't even remember from Philly. Who else is from Philly? Yeah, Will Smith. Sure. As a rapper, he came up in the Philly Sea. Sorry, that makes sense. That was just too unavoidable. It was right there. I couldn't not do it. Yeah, of course.
Starting point is 00:09:06 I don't know. I don't know who's that. I'm not a Philly part. Why would I know? I don't rep Philly. My old roommate was from Philly. And I know that you're talking about a lot. You can talk about a lot.
Starting point is 00:09:17 There's a lot about Philly. Yeah. Alright. People from Philly are like that. They love talking about being from. People from most places love talking about being from where they're from. Yeah, that's true Yeah, and less year from the Chicago suburbs in which case you like to talk about being from Chicago That's right. That is right. I was gonna say I was gonna say like that's not true
Starting point is 00:09:36 But I brought up being from Missouri fair amount. It happens. Yeah Well, I'm glad you're enjoying that podcast. It's great. It's like for you with Jobo is for me That's open my giggle like that is that sounds like something I really want to listen to all it wants I'd like to binge that once it's once it's done I think I'd be infuriated by waiting for episodes I then I listen to you for and a row and then the end of it came and it's it is literally like no You continue telling me the story of your career Until I say you're done quest love. Yeah, I had the same thing with Connor Ratliff's dead eyes podcast
Starting point is 00:10:13 Yeah, man, I like binge through it and then I got to like I it wasn't he wasn't finished with the season that he was like no no no no you have failed me Yeah I can't imagine trying to read a serialized novel like in the 1930s or whatever when they publish them once a month, insane. I know. Now with like survivor, I watched all of those seasons. And now it comes out once a week. Yeah.
Starting point is 00:10:38 Why? Quit. Quit. Stop it. Anyway, Jordan, today we have an episode to go. We're going to be talking about November 1st, 2023. All right. All right. That is the day after Halloween. Yeah. Good Halloween. Yeah. Do you trust up? My wife went to school's Bowie during the Ziggy Star Dust era.
Starting point is 00:11:01 Fun. Low-sace, face, life and bolt kind of thing. Had the hair, had the lighting bolt look great wonderful so tired fell asleep Do you go to the school to okay? No, no, no, maybe you attended be supportive. Nope, not a chance scare the kids Go to hot just go to a school on Halloween. Yeah, to be supportive. I don't know that would be that just be Enrich the kids life with what you're a public figure me Enrich the kids life You're a public figure me up. Oh, Good heavens sir. Sir have some decency all right. Okay. I just had around the house. Yeah me too I had a dark moment that I had I didn't have any candy and I didn't want to run to the store
Starting point is 00:11:37 And I run seriously thought about knocking on the neighbor's Because I'm like look we're all adults here. I just, I don't know in Canada. Can you, can you, can you share some of your candy with me? Can I bother you for some candy? And I have some candy. I decided not to do that. Well, I mean, I was really close. Is there a difference between asking,
Starting point is 00:11:55 and like, is an adult? Could you knock on somebody's door and be like, listen, I am not trick-or-treating. Right. I just know you have candy. That you have candy right now. And I would like some of that candy yeah You're giving it away. Yeah, this is not this is not associated with the holiday. This is an adult
Starting point is 00:12:11 I'm not trying to pretend I'm trick-or-treating yeah, I know I mean would this be but what would it be more comfortable if I threatened you for the candy? I think I think called like social socially it would make more sense Yeah, hey, I'll punch you. You can't give me some candy. And then you're like, that's in the spirit of Halloween. A spirit of horror movie. Yeah, absolutely. Give me the knife. I've come for your candy.
Starting point is 00:12:32 Something like that. Yeah. Instead of just a hat and hand, asking for, can I bother you for a snickers? I don't think we'd be good in a suburb neighborhood. No, for the not. So we're going down to business on this episode. But first Jordan, let's say hello to some new
Starting point is 00:12:45 Walks. Oh, that's a great idea. So first, this is a questionable use of student loan money. Thank you so much, you're an out policy walk. I'm a policy walk. Thank you very much. Thank you. Next, Chalkhawk Bunkwunk.
Starting point is 00:12:55 Thank you so much, you're an out policy walk. I'm a policy walk. Thank you very much. Thank you. Next, dedicated to my friend, Des, introduced me to an allege fight. I'm rooting for you, dude. Thank you so much, you're an out-polysewong. I'm a policywong.
Starting point is 00:13:07 Thank you very much. Thank you. Next, hey, mom, it's Kat. Happy to share this podcast addiction with you. Thank you so much, you're an out-polysewong. I'm a policywong. Thank you very much. I love that intergenerational podcast. It's always weird connection.
Starting point is 00:13:19 Yeah. And Dakota V. Adams, ex-son of Stewart Rhodes. Thank you so much, you're an out-polysewong. I'm a policywong. Thank you so much, you're now a policy-wong. I'm a policy-wong. Thank you very much. Yeah, that's right. Yep. We got him.
Starting point is 00:13:29 Ah. Ah. Ah. Oh, no, I believe I saw a message from Dakota. I thought that was very cool. It's very interesting, the intersection of like, oh, we've been talking shit about, which for a long time.
Starting point is 00:13:44 I mean, it is one of the stranger, yeah. But very cool. It's very cool. And you're now a policy walk. Thank you. We also had a technocrat in the mix, Jordan. So thank you so much to DJ Dan Arkey as a snack. Thank you so much, Jordan.
Starting point is 00:13:54 Now a technocrat. I'm a policy walk. Fourth star, the home team of the teller you, brilliant. Someone, someone, satamite, sent me a bucket of poop. Daddy Shark. Bum, bum, bum, bum, bum. Jar Jar Banks has a Caribbean black accent. He's a loser little, little teeny baby.
Starting point is 00:14:11 I don't want to hate black people. I renounce Jesus Christ. Thank you so much. Ah, that was a, that's- That was from DJ Danarky. No, he was a, no, in the, in the message it was from DJ Danarky's girlfriend. Oh. And she was like, oh, he says nice things about you all the time
Starting point is 00:14:25 And it wasn't until you read it just then that I was like I didn't have to be a real thing that could have been anybody Why did I just assume that that's a totally true thing but whatever fine? Wait, wait, so it may or may not have been I assume it's her girlfriend But now that the internet is what it is man who knows somebody could just be of making up Someone's pretending to be in a relationship with DJ Dan R.G. Absolutely to convince you to say something How can you not believe that? I don't know.
Starting point is 00:14:55 Yep. Anyway, Snacks city So Jordan we start off today. Yeah, November 1st. Okay. And Alex has a claim here that honestly, I don't know, I don't know even how I would go about, uh, rebutting this incredible developments in Israel. The FBI issued terror words at their highest level for imminent, Islamic jihad attacks here inside the United States.
Starting point is 00:15:22 Assassinations, they said, I've been successful with US officials. It's been kept secret. That's all that really mean. Yes, please. You'll get next month's news today here, at least a very good prime projection on the future. Okay. So there are secret assassinations that have been carried out against US officials, US
Starting point is 00:15:43 soil. Right. That has to mean that there are people who are dead who Who are being weekend at Bernies in some fashion? While we keep the secret under wraps. There's because you can't have it can't just be like oh somebody Oh, we haven't heard from them for a week did they go on vacation? No, that's how it works anymore Now you've you've introduced an element of this that I wasn't sure Was in it. I didn't know if we had fake people walking around. I thought it was just people who are like so down the line of official dumb.
Starting point is 00:16:13 Sure. They're like no one really notices. I'm, here's what I'll say. That's not even true. Like if an alderman gets killed. That's what I'm saying. It makes the news. assassination is an assassination. Yeah, they're rare if the dog catcher The elected dog catcher of the city gets assassinated someone's gonna hear about it So that means that they've got to have come up with a cover for them to be missing for a while Mm-hmm and while there may not be people walking around There's got to be somebody on the phones, you know like sending text messages to friends and family like I'm totally Okay, and I was not murdered by the government yesterday. I was wondering I actually read a white paper recently
Starting point is 00:16:49 But did Iran was getting deep into cloning. Oh, I think we might have figured out why I I'm telling you Way and all clothing every ethical question people have ever had I say no Thank you more cloning is the answer. It certainly would make things more confusing. That's what I'm all about. So we did not learn more about this later. That's what I'm talking about. I don't know what to do with it. I mean, just name one, you should have to name at least
Starting point is 00:17:15 one official that was fake assassinated, right? And I think you should be deeply ashamed of yourself if you're a journalist and you're talking about secrets. Yeah. If you're just like, I just imagine anybody else being like, there's a lot of secret stuff to be done. Any other news channel? Go fuck yourself.
Starting point is 00:17:33 So here's what the actual news of the day is that takes up most of Alex's coverage. And that is that Elon Musk went back on Rogan. Sure. Now, that said, let me first get into Elon Musk and his Joe Rogan interview yesterday from just a few miles from where I said in Joe's studio. I know a lot of inside baseball, but if I tell you the stuff that I know, even though a lot of it's been told to me not off record, then it's going to be, oh, that's off record. Why'd you talk about that? What? And I don't want to talk about this stuff today to try
Starting point is 00:18:08 to impress people. I want to do it so people get the big picture and understand the battlefield of the mind worldwide and what's going on. The different factions in the globalist system and then the other factions that are there as well. But I'm on record and let's have the archivist pull it. About three years ago saying Joe Rogan's going to take the gloves off and phase in to being out of the show. Two point oh. And starting about two years ago, I said, look for Elon Musk to make that turn as well. And what I was told, and I'm not going to say by who is you've taken on the demonization, the attacks. So every time you raise important issues, it's covered up by the media with the fall
Starting point is 00:18:54 straw man they built, but hold my beer. We'll do a better job than you've done. We got this Alex. We're going to take it and we're gonna run we're gonna take the ball We're gonna run with it. Yeah So musk was on Rogan and this is an opportunity for Alex to tell tales out of school about conversations that may or may not have happened Yeah, Joe isn't assured him that I will finish your work Yeah, man, you know, you're too shadow-bammed, man.
Starting point is 00:19:25 I hadn't even considered it really. Like, I hadn't deeply thought about it, but can you imagine if a Christmas Carol hadn't been written and Dickens got a hold of Musk, you know, like none of this scrooge bullshit, we're just dealing directly, he just made, wait, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. He's literally from South of America,
Starting point is 00:19:44 no, he was not an animal. Are you shitting me? Ghost of Christmas past is dark. It is dark man. That is that is crazy. Mm-hmm. Yikes Yikes and I don't I don't know if musk would To see the light at the end of that. Oh, absolutely not you would not go over to his nephew's house for Christmas at the end of that. Oh, absolutely not. You would not go over to his nephew's house for Christmas. You give Bob Cratchit a raise. That is interesting. Now, are we so far cynical at this point that the end of Christmas Carol, everybody be like, and then he goes back to fucking people over for no reason. Because that's what capitalism demands. God bless America. The free market insists that you do not save tiny two
Starting point is 00:20:29 In fact, yeah, it is a violation of first libertarian principles Yeah, we need to care about Bob Cratch. We really need a a libertarian I'm certain that is Christmas Carol. I'm certain some kind of satire like that exists all right I don't want to set I want a complete Full Ruger you video see your breaker you version of a Christmas Carol where screw just the good guy. Yeah, I want a complete full of code or you video, see your preker you version of a Christmas Carol, where screw just the good guy. I want it. I am, I look, I even look,
Starting point is 00:20:51 I haven't looked into this. Yeah, but I guarantee you if I were just to search for in defensive screws. Yeah, no, no, for sure. Or something like that. A hundred essays for like the Von Mee since the two would come up. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Starting point is 00:21:02 They can't help themselves. That's just what they want, you know. So Joe's gonna finish Alex's work that's basically where we're at at the beginning here. Okay. You can then ask yourself, why are extremely powerful individuals becoming Alex Jones on air?
Starting point is 00:21:15 I mean, word for word. These are scripts, transcripts of me word for word come out of Joe Rogan's mouth and out of, out of Elon's mouth. And what I've been told has been very thinly couched, but literally just you just you done a good job now you just hold my beer. Let us handle this. And I wasn't told don't tell people that ending. But at the same time, I'm not going to give this specific. So who said it, I think you can use your imagination. It's not very hard. But then I asked myself, well,
Starting point is 00:22:01 who are these guys really working for? Because I know Joe, well, hang out with him quite a bit. Anytime I want to hang out, he's not, hey, let's get dinner this week. Sure, how about tonight? You know, is that a comedy club? Come on, comedy club. But Joe in the last few years went from, yeah, like sure, it's that bad to like. Yeah, they're coming to kill everybody.
Starting point is 00:22:21 We're going to stop them and just don't worry. I'm on it. I have to use you know. And then I'm gonna leave it at that. I've had some meetings with Joe and some other people. But it's all just more like, okay, old dog, you know. Here's your medal now. Go over here because we're gonna take over.
Starting point is 00:22:41 Again, that is condescending. Yeah, that's very condescending. And also the hold my beer thing is usually like something getting worse Yeah, that's the meme is kind of like 2020 was bad 2021 hold says hold my beer. Yeah, yeah, the the conception being By you drinking the beer you have the confidence to say aha, I shall do a far better job The also reality of the beer is though, you will fail at doing a better job. That's not entirely how I understand the, uh, the, the meme, but we all have, we all look for different rose colored darkly glasses.
Starting point is 00:23:18 So also I love the idea of Rogan calling Alex old dog. That is so strange. It is because Alex is, what, 49? I was gonna say, they're the same age. Joe is 56. Yeah, they're seven years old. They're, yeah, at most. Also, what a bummer.
Starting point is 00:23:32 Oh, this is not the time to body shame or anything like that. But Alex shaved his beard and he looks like shit. Yeah, that'll happen. It's very troubling. You just don't go. Yeah, you know, everybody, the worst you do is the stathom, right? You go with the universal scruff.
Starting point is 00:23:51 Everything's a little bit there. Mm, yeah. That's the worst. Yeah, you never go full. Stathom looks great. Right, that's what I'm saying. But I mean, you never go like Mr. Clean. Yeah, I, it, hmm.
Starting point is 00:24:02 I will say, and this is difficult because I, I'm on record is saying Alex looks like shit with a beard That's true early on that's true, but I got used to it. Yeah Clean shape in his upsetting. Oh boy, but that's how it is You know, that's how it is when you get used to somebody's face a certain way, you know, you just can't look at him Life has changed and boy can't look at it. No Anyway, Alex he woke up a lot of creeps. That's basically what we've determined. Happy Halloween. And if they start having huge success and we back the global stuff, I'm gone. I'm retiring. The minute that happens. I mean, maybe it's true. Maybe
Starting point is 00:24:37 it's time for me to hang it up. Maybe. And I'm not even saying all this to go, Oh, look, I get to credit. It's our audience gets the credit. It's our guess is everything we've done. And I've just about, you know, beat myself to death over the years, taking on all this and going through all this and really eat, drink, and sleeping this information. And then there's the larger discussion of what does it do when everybody from Russell brand and Joe Rogan to Tucker Carlson to Elon Musk to Joe Rogan To Nigel Farage Are now literally sounding like me and
Starting point is 00:25:19 Many of those people will tell me no you woke me up You helped me understand how this all works. You you read, killed me. I mean, Russell Brands told me that, Joe Rogan's told me that took a cross to tell me that the list goes on and on. But because I took the brunt of the attacks and the demonization, like they were invading a country. I mean, it was like thousands of articles a day,
Starting point is 00:25:40 some days hundreds of week, allways at nightly news, sometimes every nightly channel, local channels, multiple podcasts, newspapers all over the world. some days, hundreds of week always. Nightly news, sometimes every nightly channel, local channels, multiple podcasts, newspapers all over the world. Alex Jones is Satan. What was it I was doing that scared the established so much
Starting point is 00:25:54 that they did all that? I'm going to explain that today because knowing the answer to that gives you the answer to how we defeat the new world order. Rosetta Stone, as Alex might say. Oh, okay. So the press never covered Alex as much as he's claiming.
Starting point is 00:26:07 In the last few years, because of the Sandy Hook cases, there have been more articles generally when something happens in one of the cases, like him losing a billion dollars. You know, there's a very... Pretty newsworthy. But he's never been the focus like he claims to be, this is just a strategy. You exaggerate the level of attack you're under because negative consequences equal virtue for Alex. If he's having a million people tell him he's a piece of shit, the only reason that could
Starting point is 00:26:29 possibly be happening is if the globalists told them all to do it because he's such a threat to their plans. Also, that's a shitty list of people that Alex is woken up. He lists six people and that includes Rogan twice and he has such a hard time with coming up with other examples he has to throw in Nigel Farage. Why didn't he throw in something like Nick Fuentes or Stu Peters, Marjorie Taylor Green could have been in there. Some of the really unhinged conspiracy shitheads were on the scene.
Starting point is 00:26:55 They were pilled by Alex too. He shouldn't be selling himself short. He did a lot of damage to a lot of people's brains. Right. Right. But he doesn't like people who came after him. But the people like Rogan came after him. Right. But I't like people who came after him But the people like it Rogan came after him right but I mean like Tucker came after him You know and Tucker was there one he came to
Starting point is 00:27:11 Tucker originally no, no, no, no, no, no, Tucker was there when they were coming up You know Tucker was still on TV at the time Alex look at Nick Fuentes just reminds Alex and he's gonna die today Maybe he was I think he was. Tucker? Maybe. I know he was around in like a, when I was in high school. So at least early thousands. I know that he had commentary about 9-11
Starting point is 00:27:33 and the Iraq war. So he was around that. He had shit to say whenever he should have been quite working for William F. Buckley. Oh my god. At some point or something. So the latest news about Nigel Farage came out in the Guardian a couple of days ago
Starting point is 00:27:46 where he's reportedly quote, giving serious, very serious consideration to going on, I'm a celebrity, get me out of here. He can do that. I'm sorry? Yeah, yeah, yeah, he's thinking about it. Why is this real? He can do that because he retired from government in 2021.
Starting point is 00:28:01 Since then, he's made a cameo account where people keep trolling him into saying Irish Republican slogans. And then he launched his own brand of gin, which got him in trouble because he said it was made in Cornwall, but the Guardian asked a bunch of distillers working there if they were involved in the LZ, absolutely not. Most people were pissed because Brexit was particularly hard
Starting point is 00:28:20 on Cornwall and they didn't really appreciate the guy who's the biggest supporter that is now exploiting their county for the sake of selling his vanity booze. Could not be more right on brand. Yeah. Yeah. Anyway, I think Alex thinks that Farage is still in government because he hasn't checked in on him in a while, but that name is one that Alex is used to like throwing into his list of new Alex Joneses. And so, uh, so he just, it's just muscle memory. Okay. Okay. Actually, you know what I I support this Go on the show and in fact I say we get rid of lobbying
Starting point is 00:28:52 I the problem is the pull up politician to lobbying pipeline right? That's where we go real wrong Well, he's lobbying for his own brand of gin once you're out of office You can only do reality shows where you have to Once you're out of office, you can only do reality shows where you have to debase yourself for my entertainment. I think that's the way to do it. I can't punish you for all of the war crimes, but you can debase yourself for my enjoyment, and you have to, because you're addicted to the attention.
Starting point is 00:29:16 But you have to also think about the other way that this makes sort of a mockery of these people's actual political careers, like not a mockery in a good way, like in a way that's humanizing. Like Sean Spicer going on dancing with the stars or Rudy Giuliani being on the mass singer, you know, like these kinds of things are like, they're humanizing it a way.
Starting point is 00:29:37 But if we all knew already that everyone was going to eventually be on super sloppy, a wipe out politician version. I would take I would vote differently. Here's the two things I would do. Politicians that are disgraced can go on hole in a wall. Okay, that's always fun. Always fun or fear factor.
Starting point is 00:29:56 It's 15 bugs. Well, you have to eat the bugs. You have to eat the bugs. Well, Rogan yells at you. Yes, yeah. So Alex has a metaphor about himself and in four wars Okay, and that is that they are the blasting cap on the bullet of liberty. Okay, calm it down There's a lot of really annoying shit that we have to get through
Starting point is 00:30:14 But there's a pay off there'll be a payoff Okay, you need to then understand why they hate me so much because they can accurately track it back to this broadcast That means the listeners the the guests, the crew, the special reports, the documentaries. This operation was like the cap on the back of a bullet casing. You've got the casing, you know, the cartridge, you've got the cap that's hit by the firing pin
Starting point is 00:30:38 that detonates, creates a spark of fire, and then hits the board out. I'm not really explaining this to me,. Are you and detonates the gunpowder with a controlled explosion shooting the bullet down the barrel through the rifling and out the end of the handgun arrival So info wars was the detonator the
Starting point is 00:31:04 G-Edward Griffins and the Rousseau's in the world. Oh, I couldn't remember Aaron. All those countless patriots that came before us, the Ted Gonderson's, they were the firing pit And of course humanity in our spirit and connection to God is the entire rifle What? Pick a simpler machine for the info wars is the detonator. We are the detonator We detonated the giant pile of fuel of TNT. That is now the great awakening. I find that sometimes when you come up with a metaphor that you like, you can tend to expand
Starting point is 00:31:56 it out. Like there was no reason to involve like what is the gun. I mean, I didn't need that at all. I think the blasting cap we have caused an explosion. Sure. I think that that enough is fine. It is the end of your point. Right. We are the explosion that radicalized a ton of people. Everything else is wasting time. Yeah. Everything else is wasting time. Yeah. More or less. Yeah. That's what he does. He kills time. Yeah. With a bullet. That is true. So you might notice that Elon Musk, Joe Rogan, these people are all like, we love Alex. We're saying the same things as him. Hold my beer old dog. But they're not actually saying anything about Alex and they don't seem to like him
Starting point is 00:32:43 and they don't publicly associate with him. No, that's also very true. So I'm excited to rationalize that a little bit. That's a good thing to do because I keep noticing it. Yeah, but does he do it well? Ah, well, if I know. I'm not looking for an exit. I'm not here saying I'm going to quit.
Starting point is 00:32:57 At least not for an hour. Tell him sad. Tell tomorrow. Which happens to the wind. While the guys that didn't have to take the first brunt of the assault. Walk away and take on the globalists and they're getting
Starting point is 00:33:18 attacked. They got criminal investigations of musk and giant boycotts run by the 80s and others and he's definitely in the fight under attack. I'm I'm not Taking away from that. It's just surreal To be left twisting in the wind by all these heavy hitters Hmm, I mean Tucker supports me sure Russell Brandt said nice things cool
Starting point is 00:33:44 Skip the bright you know Joe Rogan says People are nice to me sometimes Then but you know you got so much baggage. It's more effective if I just do it Which I told you he was gonna do it you all yeah got soft. He's not gonna do it. No, he's doing it now I mean he's tearing them up, and they're coming after him, don't worry. So I'm not even complaining here. I'm just giving you a status report
Starting point is 00:34:11 of how complaining I am. I mean, that is the definition of what he's doing. You know, it's weird to be just here, left out dangling in the wind when all of the people who I'm their hero are out there battling the globalists. And I would even, I would even go so far as to say, like, listing the people who have said nice things about you is in effect a complaint in absentia. Sure. You know?
Starting point is 00:34:34 Sure. Because what you do, yeah, what you're doing is you're talking about what they're not doing. They give you lip service. By talking about what they did. Yeah. Yeah. Also, if this is posse, I am not afraid of that. Oh boy. Russell Brandt, Tucker Carlson, Joe Rogan and Elon Musk. The yikes. That is, I don't care. The, the, the,
Starting point is 00:34:52 the amount of reward for lack of talent to there is unrivaled. A lot of ostensible power A lot of ostensible power among those people, some more than others. But also thin ice, flimsy credibility, flimsy position in any kind of space, I think. I think all of them have pretty tenuous holds on that power that they theoretically wield. I think all of them should look at themselves and then think, why is it that in this list, I feel like Joe Rogan is lying the least out of all of us. That's weird. Well, here's the thing with Joe.
Starting point is 00:35:34 At the very least, Joe could punch me in the face until I die. Well, and he'd be really good at it. There is that. That's because he's raw meat all the time. I wouldn't say that's why, but it's good. Part of it, Joe is not somebody who's just asking questions but he does ask questions more than the rest that's true that's true yeah he does not just ask questions no but he does ask questions yeah and he does not know the answers to those questions he gives the appearance of just asking questions
Starting point is 00:36:02 better than a lot of the other people who pretend to just ask questions. Right. And I think that makes him like somewhat more palatable than those other shit heads. Boy, they are all such shit, though. Yeah. Yep. So this is trouble for Alex, though, because he's not as important as these other people. He's not. He's not as important as Elon Musk. He's not as important as Joe Rogan. He's not. So what does he do? Muskie's not as important as Joe Rogan. It's not so what does he do now? Why is he on musk quoting me? To the word to the letter That's a larger discussion But I know I'm from real. I know I hate the globalist. I know I want to stop him. I know I love humanity I know God's real and I know I've got a connection to God and
Starting point is 00:36:46 I love humanity. I know God's real. And I know I've got a connection to God. And then it is frustrating though. But I guess in the bigger equation, being persecuted, I guess getting taken off the air and being destroyed, I'm sure they've got prison plan forming after that. I guess got a whole plan. People resisting this at least on some level, prison plan. It'll be better for humanity in the movement If that's done and I guess they're ready to get killed and go to prison or whatever ain't to happen or maybe they're bad I'm a musk and just wants me out of the way But I don't have any delusions of grandeur. I've already had Incredibly spectacular. You think that's thought about you as a delusion of grandeur and all because of God working through you
Starting point is 00:37:22 I'm in more humble than I've ever been. So humble. Sometimes it comes off as arrogant when I report to you the good news and how much humility comes off as arrogance. But I've already had a huge success thanks to God. And I'm already extremely satisfied with what I've been able to do through you and you through me. But it still is very paradoxical
Starting point is 00:37:48 that the number one story on the internet and the news is Elon Musk and Joe Rogan and people immediately go, oh, this is channeling Alex Jones. This is word for Alex Jones. Yeah, you do that. You sit. And then Elon pushes it even further to say mean things about me. And I understand he can barely keep Twitter going in this onslaught. So the tokenism of attacking me, then I guess with the bad guys, you know, is something that's seen as good and he thinks that that in the balance is going to let him win. But I think it's unfair. It's pretty unfair. Why does Alex have to be pilloried in order to keep Twitter on? Why does he have to be the, I mean, I hesitate to say Jesus, but the Jesus dying for the sins of other people who
Starting point is 00:38:39 want to post racist memes on Twitter. Why must he suffer for everyone else's sins? That's the only way that Elon Musk can make this work. What was it? Elon Musk, Elon Musk. Why have you forsaken me? I believe that was the line. What was that mark? Forgive them, Elon. They know not what they tweet. Man, if you know, they know not what they tweet Man if you know not what they shadow band if you hadn't told me that in an hour
Starting point is 00:39:10 He's gonna get sad after this clip out of been like man this guy's about to get real sad Because this is about so sad this is this is this is coiled spring Oh, it's so bad. Yeah, he's waiting. I mean, I'm waiting for him to just be like, hey, can you get me a sip of coffee? And then we begin. You know, it's on like, a lot of that, you can feel, but then a lot of it is also reliant on like past understanding. And that is that like, how much Alex thought he was a better guest than Elon Musk on Rogan show.
Starting point is 00:39:44 The fact that Musk is coming back and Alex isn't, isn't anywhere to be found. His, his presumably buddies and everybody who's so like, oh, yeah, Alex, we're keeping up the fight for you. All of them seem to just not want anything to really do with him. Yeah, it's, it's got to be tough. And I don't think that the biggest news in the world was that Musk went on Rogan. No, I didn't know. But it's the biggest news in the world was that musk went on Rogan. No, I didn't know.
Starting point is 00:40:06 But it's the biggest news for Alex because he didn't go on run. And because he has these feelings about it. And it's hard. It's hard. I mean, I know what it's like when I was in middle school, I used to sit with these other kids for lunch. And then one day they told me that I couldn't sit with them anymore. Yeah.
Starting point is 00:40:24 And it was tough. That rejection was tough. Rejection is with them anymore. Yeah, it was tough that rejection was tough rejection is difficult It was very it was very Very sad. I had to figure out what I was gonna do and Alex I feel like he's wrestling with a little bit of this same thing. They don't want him at the table now granted Maybe they want some of that maybe they want some of the brand that Alex did a good job of establishing. Sure.
Starting point is 00:40:47 Some of this really easy hustle around conspiracy theories and all this vague bullshit about, you know, secret global controls. Yeah. And so maybe they want to take that, but they don't want him at the table. No. That table would be annoying with Alex there.
Starting point is 00:41:01 It sucks because it does seem like a very obvious problem. If you are a starfucker, do not become so toxic that stars won't be around for you to fuck. It seems very simple to me, or at least don't attach any meaning to it. Yeah, yeah, yeah, don't be too. Yeah, your feelings cannot be caught up in the starfucker. Yeah, yeah. You end up like otherwise. this is what you become. It's rough. And I guess at a selfish level, I'd like, you know, all these big, powerful, successful people to help me.
Starting point is 00:41:33 I'll have done is try to help humanity and try to get this message out. And it's very, very strange to be the progenitor of the resistance movement. of the resistance movement, the main progenitor seen as the enemy as the as the granddaddy. And then to still be an abstincia or sent to the phantom zone where like blackbirds like crows or raibuns, I'm basically tied up with them trying to pull my eyeballs out, trying to destroy me and my family. I don't make a big deal about it. I'm not going to make a cool shit about it the person who's going on. You know, and Troyer was put back in solitary confinement yesterday.
Starting point is 00:42:26 Oh. There's no rules against calling out to a radio show, but evidently, they didn't like it. So we got a call. He's been thrown back in solitary confinement. I'm going to be getting to be in and out of that solitary confinement for the next few months, apparently, ridiculous. I guess Alex brought the Promethean fire to the conspiracy world and now he's mad that they won't pay him back and like I don't know I need money
Starting point is 00:42:51 Dicks I I would say I would say that like you know in the course of the course of just doing all the Interviews and books and stuff that you know, but people that I've talked to mm-hmm. I have seen interviews and books and stuff that, you know, people that I've talked to. I have seen, I've been able to have written about at least four or five different Alex Joneses, pre-Alex Jones, in a bunch of different decades. As important as Alex is,
Starting point is 00:43:14 Alex is not the progenitor of fuck all. No, he did not create something. No, we are living in the moment that we are and dealing with the technological challenges and innovations that we are. And Alex is somebody who was able to take that persona that has existed in other generations and mold it incredibly well with the writing
Starting point is 00:43:36 the wave of those techn... Like, you know, the same way that Dane Cook became famous because of my space. And his ability to recognize the potential of this new thing. Alex in many ways is similar in his adaptation to technology. Yeah, yeah, yeah. He is different in some ways, but also very similar.
Starting point is 00:43:56 Yeah, I mean, it's not like, it's like, it's not like he's an artist who's created, it's not like Van Gogh, who's just like created a thing. He didn't break any moles. No, no, no, no, no, no. It's just like,'s created, it's not like Van Gogh, who's just like created a thing. He didn't break any moles. No, no, no, no, no. It's just like, you know, Bill Gates, part of why he became so successful is because he had one of the first computers, you know?
Starting point is 00:44:13 If you're one of the first 100 people to have a computer, you're probably more likely to be successful later on down the road using them. And if you know how to use it. And if you know how to use it. Yeah, especially if it takes over the world. And that's one of the things that I've always tried to keep, you know, it doesn't really matter all that much
Starting point is 00:44:28 to what we talk about, but like, he's willingness to teach himself how to like, edit video VHS tape to VHS tape and make these documentaries that were trash, but we're really popular in the underground Patriot community and stuff, is that like someone who had an early computer. Yeah, yeah, 100%.
Starting point is 00:44:50 And great to need to have the computer, you just had access to an editing doc because of like public access. Sure, sure, sure. But still, that is a pricing himself with that technology in ways that everyone theoretically could have, but didn't. No, that is the the yeah
Starting point is 00:45:05 That is the thing to admire if there is anything to yeah, yeah, what he did with it sucks sucks butts But yeah, man, I you just hear resent meant here. It's just Sad it's sad. What a sad boy. He's very sad. What a little sad boy much going on broken No, no, but like this me This show is not going to be all about Alex. So I don't want to make the show about me. It just societally. It'd be nice to continue on. It'd be nice to continue fighting. It'd be nice. But I guess I asked for this. And I also, yes, I probably 20 years ago, I mean, I didn't just say that now where you can see all the incredible proof and
Starting point is 00:45:50 and and seeing God working, I said, no, God literally told me intensely, like God's presence in the room. At that restaurant by myself, that I've been on TV till like nine at night, I got there. They were closing. I was finishing my dinner. Nobody I got there, they were closing, I was finishing my dinner. Nobody was in there, they were already mopping the floors. And God was like, okay, you're gonna detonate, and you're gonna get all these prominent people
Starting point is 00:46:14 that are gonna be way more powerful than you in the future to turn against the globalists, but you will then be targeted, and it's gonna be really, really bad. And are you ready to be destroyed? This Holy Spirit is very honest at that point. This isn't the first level of the Holy Spirit, which is a comforter and maybe she cried in the presence of God. It's more like a commanding general saying, no, this is your mission, like mission impossible, or you get the exploding message. Okay, here's a mission now.
Starting point is 00:46:45 Do you choose to take on the suicide mission? So there's different tiers of Holy Spirit. So much for the Trinity. I mean, the Trinity within the Trinity. Listen, there's a hierarchy and a bureaucracy wherever you go. You have the Holy Spirit base level. Yeah, makes a cry around God. I mean, it's so tough.
Starting point is 00:47:03 It's comforting. The Holy Spirit hates that gig, right? Well, I mean, you are the thing that makes people cry. That sucks. All that the Holy Spirit has accomplished in its time. Quite a bit. But that's the left down the floor. That's the first level. There's all their levels to it like sending Alex on I think I think this is my version. I think this is my version of being in the Twilight zone just screaming I mean there's a man on the wing of the plane, you know, there's there's that cuz it happens The ludic it happens so often with people like Alex and and so many of these politicians whatever they're answering a debate question It's like no, no, no, no, no, no, no. You have to tell the real answer,
Starting point is 00:47:45 which is that you think God, from space, God, the God who created all this stuff, told you personally to do this. You have to say that. You can't not say that. You can't say there's another reason. And I will say from like going through his book, first of all, we have to unpack every time I bring this up
Starting point is 00:48:04 that you didn't write that book. No, of course. Someone else wrote it. But pretending that he wrote it, because that's the image that he wants it to be. Right. It's ridiculous if you know what he talks about. Yeah. He talks about like this being this divine quest that he's been sent on. Yeah. He's trying to present things as like really rational. Yeah. A couple occasional mentions of like God's will will, you know, be done and the globalist will fall. Like maybe a couple things like that, but not like the higher tier version of the Holy Spirit sat me down over chicken fried steak and told me that I was going to go on a suicide mission against the devil. Yeah, you should have to say that. You should have to.
Starting point is 00:48:45 You should have to. And he's gonna talk about this a bunch throughout the course of this that like I've been saying consistently the same thing for all of my career about this. Like no, you fucking have it. Fucking fire. That's so ridiculous. God damn it. Anyway, God's made him stronger.
Starting point is 00:49:03 Sure. That's definitely true. You choose to take on the suicide mission. Yes, I accept it. Bam, you get the down low. And you're just like, and then all of a sudden everything starts getting clearer. What a weirdo. Every level you go up, not backing down, not seem like that.
Starting point is 00:49:22 Because you're getting tested, you're getting stronger, not backing down, not seem like that. I see a lot of movies because you're getting tested. You're getting stronger like a sword in the smithy, in the flame of the blacksmith, and the white hot flame is that bashing it with the hammer, getting it prepared and ready for the real fight. Because God didn't put this incredible weight on you until you've already been prepared for it, humbled and scarredred and have such thick skin that the arrows and the blades get bigger. They hit you and it almost is like a massage at a point you know you're going towards the enemy you know as the pain intensifies you're like wow I could have never handled this
Starting point is 00:49:59 10 years ago 20 years ago I could have never understood how to handle this before but the spirit working through you and then through your flesh as it learns how to handle it, you're being besieged for the final mission. You're having victories all the way through, even in the defeats. But then you've got to be ready for the true onslaught. And so that's where we are. Is that where we are? It's, it's, it's quite the moment. Yep, that's where we are. I thought COVID was where that was the final thing. Don't, don't think any of the things like that don't think like this.
Starting point is 00:50:39 This is bad thing. I thought the 2020 election was the final thing. No, this is bad thinking. Well, I, I do appreciate in some ways that you could just boil that down to what doesn't kill me makes me stronger. There is a lot of that. But only if the Holy Spirit hired your version,
Starting point is 00:50:55 right, sits you down and gives you a download. Then what doesn't kill you makes you stronger. Man, the timing of everything and the choices being made by all the actors involved Specifically ones with deep divine powers especially. Yeah, boy. I don't I don't trust anybody involved in this So if this process this is a bad process. I'm not even you know what? I'm not even saying that I don't think it's real. I am just saying that if if it is real Uh, it is a bad way of doing things.
Starting point is 00:51:25 I just had a thought. What would happen if the Holy Spirit, the higher tier version, had visited Alex in this chicken fried steak restaurant and said, hey bro, you need to go on the suicide mission. And Alex said, nah. Do you, does the Holy Spirit then leave me like, wow, I thought that was gonna work?
Starting point is 00:51:44 Like, does he have to go on someone else? I mean, what happens? That is an interesting wrinkle on the like, can God make a mountain so big, even God can't move it, question. Right. You know, like can God make an asshole so big of an asshole they can be an asshole to God?
Starting point is 00:51:57 Sure, even to God's face. Or can you waste God's time? Oh, that is the ultimate question. Yeah, that is. Hey, can God make an offer to you that he doesn't already know what the, I mean, yeah, the resulting. No, the situation is the question is this,
Starting point is 00:52:15 if I pause, does God have to wait for me to finish what I'm saying? You know, like if God asked me a question and then I go, huh, is God waiting the whole time? Right. Does he have time for me to go? Are there a million, 100 million people in the world
Starting point is 00:52:33 who have had this experience at the chicken fried steak restaurant that said, no, I'm good. I'm just gonna go ahead and live my life. Do we? We certainly don't hear about that at all. It would be nice if it turned out that we all have these all the time and we just don't talk about them. Everybody's just like, hey, listen,
Starting point is 00:52:49 I can't tell anybody about how every fucking Thursday at this steak-fried restaurant, yeah. If that's the case, that's terrifying reality. It's a bad system. So, look, I don't think there's any way around this. I think that Alex sees himself as the new Jesus. Yeah, I'm gonna have to go with that. I'm not gonna talk about God's plan.
Starting point is 00:53:07 I've got a really good idea. Got the pizza plan over and over again. And God wants us to pick up a cross like Christ and follow Him. And that's what happens. It repeats over and over again. We're not Christ, we're to be Christ like. And that means he becomes a sacrifice that gets torn to pieces.
Starting point is 00:53:29 And you have less caffeine? Not some satanic sacrifice, some weak child or some animal. But God wants to sacrifice the strong and the bold, those that have the will. The animal was a sacrifice. Travis knew he was gonna get killed, could have gone out. The Alamo was in sacrifice. Travis knew he was going to get killed. Could have gone out. Oh, come on. Spirit told him stay and die and be a willing sacrifice. And a lot of you are going to have to be willing to make sacrifices too.
Starting point is 00:53:56 In front of your church or talking to your neighbors or the decisions you make, I know it's hard to get up at your church and speak out and tell the pastor you want to speak. You've been going there 20 years. Get up there and speak. I know it's hard to go to the school board and speak. You better do it. And I know it's hard to stand up against the seaball, but it's a lot harder to be cut off from God. We're going to come back with a Ceylon Musk information.
Starting point is 00:54:23 It's big. It's big. It's big. It's big information. So I think that Alex does think that Colonel Travis is something of a Christ figure. Yeah. And as much as he believes his sacrifice to be willing at the at the Alamo and then through that sacrifice, the state of Texas is born. And I believe that Alex sees himself fulfilling that archetype also. His destruction will lead to the destruction of the globalists or whatever.
Starting point is 00:54:49 Yeah. He's dying for all of our sins, more or less. I mean, it's pretty fucked up. You know, boy, I don't know if I can argue that, but I will say if it is true, maybe hurry at the fuck up, how about that? Boy. Maybe let's not take so long getting it. Maybe my biggest problem with Travis
Starting point is 00:55:10 is he's taking a fucking five years or whatever to. I had a lot of thoughts like that as I was going through this. Does his bankruptcy bullshit fly in the face of God's plan? I mean, because if God's plan is for Alex to be destroyed, why are you fighting the bankruptcy so? Exactly. Why won't you do your part in the agreement that you made with God? It would be, it would not be the same quite heavenly image
Starting point is 00:55:38 if your view of Jesus on the cross was him being like, get me out of here, get me the fuck off of these things, this really hurts. Oh my God, my me out of here, get me the fuck off of these things, this really hurts. Oh my God, my feet. My feet, let it be gone. Let's take another step further. And imagine Jesus grandstanding all the way to the crucifixion and then wrapping Pontius Pilate
Starting point is 00:55:59 up in appeals for years. Like, does that have the same sort of emotional resonance? I lost my hands on this. Uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-uh- God's plan. Sure. Um, and I think that if you take this seriously, um, God is something of a brand advisor. Okay. Alex, that's good. Most listeners, or regular listeners have heard this a hundred times. I mean, I've told the story a month ago. I told it a year ago. I, I tell it all the time because it was a big spiritual experience. And I've only had a few others that were this intense. And God was telling me, you know, because all of them studied the globalists,
Starting point is 00:56:47 and I had a popular access TV show, and I was on local talk radio, and it was getting really popular. I only been on air about three years, and then God says, your job is going to be exposing this, and when all this stuff comes out, that's what you're going to get great credibility.
Starting point is 00:57:01 At first, you're going to be attacked and demonized for it, and that's still later. Basically, all the people that have tried to oppose us before were so academic. Like Anthony Sutton and others that the public never got reached on a mass scale. You're going to bring this to the masses. That's a real pop culture. You're going to be extremely powerful and successful. And it's beyond this in the download. It's a spirit communicating where you just know it. It's beyond being told something.
Starting point is 00:57:28 It's being downloaded. It's being printed on you, okay? I think that you could, I mean, if you wanna talk about this in terms of like, real down to earth dynamics, you could just be like him realizing that all this shit's dry as fuck. All this John Birch society stuff doesn't appeal to the kids.
Starting point is 00:57:50 Maybe I should dress it up with some fun, screaming rants. Maybe I should try and make this more accessible. Maybe there's a brand in there. I don't think it's too much of a surprise that he came up during the same period of time whenever things needed to be radical. And and and other other cowabungo was also used at the time. That's true. Yeah. Toot dealer. Yeah. Yeah. What was the what was the thing that everything? Shaka Laka. Everything was turning. Ah man. I'm listening. I'm
Starting point is 00:58:23 waiting. I was trying to I'm trying to think think of it's the way that the saved by the bell font makes you feel. Yeah. You know? You're not even talking about the font, you're talking about the aesthetics of the background visuals. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. The ambiance at the max. Right, do the max, do the limit.
Starting point is 00:58:42 Yeah. Everything's fresh. Yeah. But, you know, I mean, if you look at this, and you take the spiritual and like the clear insane parts of it out of it, you kind of just have Alex sitting at a chicken fried steak restaurant realizing his path, that like, okay, this is a way that I can make this extreme message more interesting to people who aren't 80.
Starting point is 00:59:05 Yeah. It's like in the movie document, it's like in the rock picture where the kid gets his first look at an axe in the window and goes like, I'm gonna be a movie star and then there's the soft fade and he's on stage playing the big thing. Except instead of an axe, it was like a weird cut out of clown-faced Jesus going like, you're gonna do all kinds of crazy things, Keith! And that's where we are now. True. So it all started this vision.
Starting point is 00:59:33 Okay. That it started with God scaring Alex. Right as it is. Yep. And then it turns out he also, in addition to being Jesus, he's supposed to be John the Baptist. Sure.
Starting point is 00:59:44 And, but you've got to be ready for the fact that you're going to get heavily persecuted and you're going to be seen by the devil as the one that did it that I work through and are you willing to do this because it's going to get bad. And then I was shown fear and attacks and a download of the enemy being able to have its way with me to a great extent, but that if I would go through it, God would take me through it and
Starting point is 01:00:10 take many others through it, that would be at a great cost. It was just this download, awesome download of first how dangerous it was. And also the huge success it would have, and there would be these incredibly prominent leaders that would then thanks to us laying the groundwork and it was like a John the Baptist type thing. Not comparable to John the Baptist but that's what it was compared to. Like you prepare the way you are the one preparing the way for yourself. The road builder that this thing's going to roll down. Now go build the road. It's like go build the arch and the animals go on it. Go go build the road. Go do this
Starting point is 01:00:47 Do you want this mission? And then as soon as I said yeah, I want the mission boom and then the doors Boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom and then basically nothing could stand against this and you've seen that I've seen a lot of things stand against it. I have seen so many things stand against it. Also, I have to say this I'm not scared of the devil. If the devil is singling Alex out as the one who has stood against his plans because he's taken up the suicide mission from God, the devil can't do much. Yeah, it turns out. Yeah, I remember when I was growing up, you know, that whole religious thing, you know, you're worried about the punishments. You're worried about what the, that can be done, you know, like, oh, it's infinite.
Starting point is 01:01:28 The power, you know, I, man, these people have done a lot to diffuse any fear I have of their imaginary gods because they're so bad. If, if Alex's current state is what the devil can do, I welcome the, that, as being the worst thing that's possible in the world because it's nothing. Alex's decisions have led him to where he is now. Unless the devil made him do it, unless the devil made him do the Sandy Hook shit, then doesn't make sense. Well, it doesn't even matter because God made him do the Sandy hook shit Well, if you believe what he's saying then yes, that's what he's saying
Starting point is 01:02:08 He's saying that God made me to fame the families of murder because that's all part of making me stronger because I am so great Well you if you are following God's plan and God's plan involves your destruction Then God's plan and God's plan involves your destruction then God's plan also must involve sowing the seeds of your destruction. Yeah, and that would be Alex's choices that he's made throughout his career. You know, it is much like Colonel Travis being a drunk weirdo loser who ended up at the Alamo. See, part of part of the narrative structure of fiction is like, you know, you have clear characters, you know, good, M evil, you don't wanna just have a character
Starting point is 01:02:45 who's like, I'm God, and I'm gonna be holy, I'm gonna tell you everything that God would tell you to do. And then at the end of the vision, they take the mask off and it's the devil. And it's just like, well, that was fucking easy. And then he walks off into the sun, and Alex Jones lives his life, you know? Like, if that's what you'd have to do to be the devil,
Starting point is 01:03:03 and to get somebody to destroy their life like this, and ruin the world that way, that's what you'd have to do to be the devil and to get somebody to destroy their life like this and ruin the world that way That's easy. I Think that from everything I'm hearing Alex. Hey, it was it was the Holy Spirit I'm gonna go with the devil. Okay. Okay. With the devil say this and Just imagine I've told this story probably 200 times in the last 20 At first few years I didn't tell it because it was, you know, oh, God talked to me. And this was, you know, I didn't say that. But it's more than 20 years.
Starting point is 01:03:33 Because that or 9-11 of that, I said, no, I mean, God basically has given me this mission. Now, I'm on record saying that and I couldn't imagine. God didn't show me who or what. But notice I was friends with Joe Rogan back then. And I remember God saying just stay with Joe Rogan, stay on Joe Rogan, keep educating him. And I even said six years ago when he was going on the wrong path, God really impressed on me. I went too far. That was the fly speaking. Destroy Joe Rogan if he doesn't get on the team.
Starting point is 01:04:06 But but That was that was the kind of inclination That was happening in this down love with my people human brain. They're feeble human brain Now would get with the devil say that destroy your best friend if he doesn't go along with my plans I feel like God needs a girlfriend. This scenario, God has too much time on his hands and really just needs to like have something else to do. It would be nice.
Starting point is 01:04:33 Here's something I'm noticing. Sure. Alex's God seems to tell him to destroy people a lot. He told him to destroy Glenn Beck. Yeah. Now he's telling him to destroy Joe Rogan. Sure. Um, I, I, I would suggest that there are very few people alive who have had got told them to destroy one person, let alone two. Yeah. And there's got to probably be others like that Alex just hasn't revealed yet. Other people got, has it enlisted him
Starting point is 01:05:03 to destroy what I would I like. I like about it has it enlisted him to destroy? What I like, what I like about is, I assume it's Zoro's, close rob. What I like about his God is how uncertain his God seems to be of certain things, you know, like, hey, if Rogan fucks with you, then you gotta do it, Paul. But you know, like if he doesn't, then you're good, you're good, like, no, no, you're supposed to know that, all right, right?
Starting point is 01:05:19 And then Alex goes out on air and he's like, I'm gonna, you like a pig, you sneaky snake. Why don't you be honest about your kids? Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa whoa pull back that was the flash that was a little bit that was a little too much yeah ridiculous come on so um the download sure it made Alex very very smart but it also had side effects I look like what god is this like being given the library of congress you're trying to now go over it and look at it. When you look at this issue, you have more discernment now.
Starting point is 01:05:48 When you look at that issue, now you suddenly have like an armory of understanding about things you shouldn't even know. I mean, it's just insane, like all sorts of knowledge. It's just things that I was never taught or read. I would just know how you think you've created or nuclear reactors or what globalist programs they were running. I just wouldn't be able to look at their current data and then I would extrapolate and see through it to the other side. I mean, just super brain boost, my massive brain boost.
Starting point is 01:06:19 Was it as good as you tried to? And it's been heavy. That's why I've drank too much and you know, done things like that to myself that are bad. No drugs. None because it's like turn it off. You know, it's it's it's it's so intense. But there's no turning it off. I wonder if Alex had like some kind of a psychotic break. I mean, that's what he's describing. He's had something in his head since that day or whatever that he's tried to
Starting point is 01:06:44 turn off with alcohol. Yeah, he's been self-medicating because he has extreme visions of terrible things happening often. I wonder, I wonder if what he's describing as clinical. Yeah, I think it's a certain type of obsessive-compulsive disorder. It may, it very well may be. I don't know. It's. It's weird to think that he has this obsession with that day at that chicken fried steak restaurant as being the beginning of it. But it makes you wonder if there's other
Starting point is 01:07:13 like surrounding context. But what I don't think is that it was a vision from the second to your Holy Spirit. See, but here's the thing. Here's what I think is even cra- and here's why I think Alex is even crazier than this, right? Is because Alex doesn't even believe that he believes that he's telling this real lie.
Starting point is 01:07:35 Why would he do that? Do you know what I'll do on it, Tim? Do you know what I mean? Why would he do that? Not even, he's writing it to tell himself like he's telling himself a bedtime story about his own ex-sluiting behavior in a way, and then also reassuring of the audience,
Starting point is 01:07:50 self-aggrandizing, mid-building, all this stuff. To himself, though, like he's creating his own thing that he doesn't believe, because he's making it up to himself. It's fascinating. Like, it is an insane person's decision making. But it also sort of tracks with his sort of outright denial of the existence of truth. Yeah. Yeah. You know, the way that he can pretend that he's been telling this story consistently in the same way over years. Yep.
Starting point is 01:08:18 You know, and because in the moment, whatever he believes to be and what feels like is true to him is the truth. It is. is true to him is the truth. It is. And it's always been the truth. And it's been consistently even. And it doesn't matter if it was or it wasn't, right? In the moment, it always has been. Yes.
Starting point is 01:08:33 And it doesn't matter if there's recordings that say otherwise. They're not there in this moment. Nah. Yeah. So weird. You know, we have a couple of threads that are going throughout this. We have the first one, just the Elon Musk and Joe Rogan have taken over my mantle Right, and I wish that they would respect me a little bit. They don't know. I am their hero
Starting point is 01:08:50 I don't get to go out into the movies and that is tough Yeah, and then we also have God has given him a suicide mission that he is on Yeah, and so you put these together and you think your mission's done man Right, it does feel like that. Yeah You put these together and you think your mission's done, man. Right? It does feel like that. Yeah. Yeah. Rogan and Elon Musk have come along.
Starting point is 01:09:10 They've told you that you need to hold their beer. Yeah. But the entire world has gifted you with a billion dollars of hatred and a perfect way for you to flame out. A perfect way for you to have yourself sacrificing moment. You're the strange thing is if you wanted to lean into the myth, it is possible to do. Yeah, it's that he's fighting against it. That's so weird.
Starting point is 01:09:33 You bet. Yeah. But the reason is because God won't let him quit yet. It's just sure hundreds of thousands of you tuned in right now, the millions who heard me 20 years ago, say it or five years ago, say it. And you're like, yeah, it sounds a little delusional delusions of grandeur. No, that's not me. That's God working through me. God working through you tuning in, caring, supporting the broadcast. This is all been God's plan and God works in mysterious ways. So I'm very blessed to be here.
Starting point is 01:09:59 I'm very honored. And the biggest mistake I made over the years was I would exhaust myself and be so stressed and grind my teeth and everything feeling like I had to beat them. Yeah, I was relying on God, but I was still I'm a man on tough. I can organize this. And I would I would I would not call on God enough. And now I've learned to just turn it loose and say it's a God's plan and God, you're gonna have to raise me up, you're gonna have to hold me up if that's your plan.
Starting point is 01:10:31 Alex is very chill. I know, man. God's ready to tell me to not do this anymore. And not yet, but I've been, the light is at the end of the tunnel. That 20 minutes away. He just told me that, my reports aren't over yet, but I'm nearing, I'm about, the five years might be 10, might be a month, but God's like, just keep going.
Starting point is 01:10:54 You're almost the top of the mountain. Just keep going. I just want to get there. Just go home and then hopefully go home. God can then just remove some of this because I just I can't hand what and it's heavy but that's where we are ladies and gentlemen and I love you all and I appreciate you but God's on a percent real where eternal beings experience there's no way just my imagination there's no way I wasn't thinking about definitely not saying that now.
Starting point is 01:11:25 And all this other stuff I was sitting there with the notebook, write notes, finishing a chicken, a front steak, and I think I was drinking iced tea. Maybe it was a beer. I don't remember. I didn't drink a lot then. There's like two beers a week back then. Two-ing. What is this? And I just did so heavy. It's heavy. It's so heavy. So I there's no way I'm making so happy. It's heavy. It's so heavy.
Starting point is 01:11:47 So there's no way I'm making this up. It's something that people who make things upside. No. The other thing that I find really troubling, and like on a human level, I feel very empathetic about it, is when he's like talking about when he quits, God, can you take this away? Yeah. Because what he experiences and this compulsion that he has, that's not going away when you retire. No.
Starting point is 01:12:12 When you stop doing that, that's still part of your brain. Yeah. Like, he has this idea that he's going to finish God's quest that he's been on, and then he'll be just a happy man, maybe a farmer. Well, I mean, but isn't that what you're going to believe if you don't know the difference between reality and movies? Yeah, maybe.
Starting point is 01:12:32 But you're going to believe that if I've already created this grand mythology around myself, I'm going to get the right to point back. Once I get to point back, there'll be a little bit of falling action, and then the story is over. I don't have to live the rest of my life. And then maybe we'll do another movie where I'm 30 years older. We can cut that 30 years of me just living a regular ass life out, right?
Starting point is 01:12:56 And then I'm dragged back in for one last job. No point in time is he ever just like, how am I going to live a regular ass day to day? Yeah. The part of his brain that does this is there. Yeah, it's not going away. And it's not outside of his brain. It's not in heaven. No, it's not outside, buddy. The part like the if there's one thing that I have been very convinced is real is he will not stop. He does not stop. Nope. He's this is this is very intrinsic not stop. He does not stop. Nope. This is very intrinsic Alex shit. And for him to imagine and desire for it to go away
Starting point is 01:13:33 once his quote unquote mission is over, it kind of hurts. You know, it does feel kind of sad because he's not going to get that. Yeah. He's going to be miserable. Yeah, but I mean, in a way, I, it's not that I've stopped thinking of him as a human being.
Starting point is 01:13:48 I understand. But it is a certain part of this is like, boiled down to a mechanical aspect of like, I'm not going to feel bad whenever a thing that makes shitty cars no longer works. Yeah. Let me, let me, let me, let me, let me, let me wait a little down and clarify what I'm saying. Right. I don't care about me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me let me level that is something that I know that I've heard people you know deal with and struggle with and you know for that end it's kind of a bummer. Yeah. Because you can see it coming
Starting point is 01:14:29 for him. Yeah. I mean I think it's I think it's very tough for people if it's like me saying I'm going to go on a vacation or something. I mean yeah. No, you're not your brain's still going to be there next week. It's just going to you're just going to beat you. Yeah. Yeah. Now what I do feel jealous about a little bit is that the vision came to Alex as an eagle. Oh man, that's an Assassin's Creed shit. It did not come to him as an eagle. And it's a little fuck out.
Starting point is 01:14:55 It's a Americana stuff. It's a little on the nose. Yeah, that's a little of the dose. And the story's on record. And it came true. And it wasn't just like I envisioned something and then was able to manifest it through our work. Skip the break, Sergeant. No, it was, it was so particular and so specific, so like, like I knew I'd been,
Starting point is 01:15:20 I mean, you could feel the atmosphere crackling in the restaurant. And, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, and, foot tall giant eagle landing right on top of you and you're right between it's feet. What? If I imagine that the eagle doesn't know I exist of too small and then being commissioned, but all of us get a chance to be commissioned to God's Army. When the Eagles is at two, it will come with a contract, and then it will do battle with the giant mantis. But many of us will become non-commissioned officers in God's Army. Some of you will be chaplain, some of you will be medics. I'm a conscientious objector in God's Army. Some of you will end up as recruiters for the giant. I got high schools in rural towns for God's army. You know me. Well, yes, young man.
Starting point is 01:16:31 I was visited by a giant eagle. That's why I'm here at your high school, offering to take you to lunch to trick you into joining the army. Have limited prospects for college, young man. So it's a giant eagle. Yeah. Cool. So Alex is known all kinds of things,
Starting point is 01:16:50 and he has to resist abusing this information. All right. There's a bunch of clips here. Here's just one of them on the globalist, exterminist death cult. That's injecting the planet with a spirit of death and failure to kill you and to kill everybody. All right.
Starting point is 01:17:08 Now that's quite an insane sounding statement that I've been saying for 25 years. Mm-hmm. I was covering it some 29 years ago, but I would really had min commission yet. I mean, I was drawn. I'd been directed towards that, but I didn't sign the paperwork until about 27 years ago. Over-tick-a-fraestand. Right.
Starting point is 01:17:29 It's 100% real. The intel you're given is incredible. But then all the time I had intel would make money in this market, and the guy's like, nope, you're not supposed to use your knowledge to that area. And like, you're older, you learn, I don't know what the Holy Spirit says every time. That area. And Older I don't know what the spirit says every time Not not half the time or some of the time and the more you follow its directive You're not a slave, but you follow the orders
Starting point is 01:17:58 You're you're you're just in a whole nother level. So this raises the question of is that why he didn't get into Bitcoin? Does anybody really want to unpack what it means to go through, oh, like rant like this? You know, like, where, where a venture you get down to, like, somehow you're trying to convince yourself that you're not a slave to God while at the same time saying that being a slave to God is the greatest thing that you could possibly be. Right. But I hate slavery, so I can't be a slave to God is the greatest thing that you could possibly be. Right. But I hate slavery, so I can't be a slave to God. And I could have all the wealth and riches that I want, but God doesn't let me use these
Starting point is 01:18:31 magical psychic powers that I have for evil. And I could have dated all the hottest women in school. And I did. And I could have done this. And I could have done this. And I did date them, but then I found out they were Satanists. And I was also the best athlete, and I was also the best, yeah, it's like Jesus Christ, man, just calm it down.
Starting point is 01:18:48 Yeah. Just relax. So Alex is tuned into the God channel. Five virtue and way of the giant eagle that visited him over chicken fried steaks 27 years ago and made him side of contract. What if you didn't really like chicken fried steak? Wouldn't you still have to keep eating it just in case?
Starting point is 01:19:06 Just to see if that's the portal. I mean, yeah. I mean, you would try to recreate the circumstances at least once. Right, it's that the case of the super-extitious pigeon. You know, like that sort of behavior thing. Maybe that's why Alex, I don't know, probably eat chicken fried steak quite a bit.
Starting point is 01:19:23 It's delicious. Yeah. But you know, he is the, yeah, you probably eat strict food, it's quite a bit. It's delicious. Yeah. But you know, he's tuned into this God channel. But he also can check in on the devil channel. We can see what's going on over there. I hate this. Why? I hate this idea of-
Starting point is 01:19:37 You channel, sir. I hate hate hate hate. It's so much that God has even, God's poking up or just popping up. Hey, nope, don't use it there. Ah, I'm out I was god here hey I have a good stock tip so much of my life taking religion so but seriously I do hear this is so fucking funny well here's what the devil's up to
Starting point is 01:19:57 right I know what the Satanist I've dialed into because I can also anybody can tune to that channel I'm a very empathic, connected person like many of you are. Everybody has to certain extent. And proud to all around the radio doll. And man, let me tell you, it's not a good place. It is not a good place to be. Am these Satanists are welcome to Satan that before they left the radio. They're talking about while they're hurting somebody innocent. And I'm not going to say that. I'm not going to say that.
Starting point is 01:20:22 I'm not going to say that. I'm not going to say that. I'm not going to say that. I'm not going to say that. I'm not going to say that. I'm not a good place to be. Amen. These Satanists are welcome to Satan. The very great day of the day of the Father hurting somebody innocent. And that's why they want to have abortion and death and in fantasize and transgendarism and and fentanyl and and all this betrayal and pain and sorrow and being cut off from God and being desperate and being alone.
Starting point is 01:20:45 Wow, God is the complete opposite. Love, completion, honor, strength, will, your ancestors, the spirit families. We all come from that God has already set up. It's like we have families in the third dimension. I mean, this is all incredible. It's beyond anything you can imagine. And then there's that total honor, total completion for infinity, perfection.
Starting point is 01:21:12 Perfection. Yeah, God, God has his channel, Satan's got a channel. Sure. I think my personal hell is probably Satan on the radio, because that sound drop, you know, the one that were the like, the like Howard Stern, Me so horny sound, that's that's the one.
Starting point is 01:21:34 No, the one where it's like though, the woman saying, I never listened to that much Stern, so I don't know. I'm telling you, it's everybody's everything. It's like a Me so horny from a, Oh, yeah, that one. It's like two live crew. Yeah, yeah, yeah, and it's just Mm-hmm. That's that's hell that is hell. Yeah, yeah, yeah, I I wonder what other channels are available
Starting point is 01:21:56 Can't only be a two two channel Radio band well, I mean, okay, so we don't talk about the pantheon or the host Well, I mean, okay, so we don't talk about the pantheon or the host. Is there a Zeus channel? No, there's a sandal phone. He's got a smooth jazz channel. Okay. Absolutely. I would assume that you got the Archangel Michael.
Starting point is 01:22:14 A Festus has like a craft. Oh, now we're at it. We're at it in the full. Yeah. Everybody. All bets are off. I love lying with effort. You sure?
Starting point is 01:22:23 Yeah, for sure. Odin has a sports call in radio show. For sure. Naturally. You know it. Gave his one eye to know what's happening. Yeah. I think I like the radio metaphor, but I think Alex needs to work on it a little bit more.
Starting point is 01:22:39 Yeah. So he finally gets around to playing a clip from Rogan and Elon Musk. Sure. And they're talking about how Twitter used to be run out of San Francisco. Mm-hmm. And that San Francisco has a demonic energy that it was vibing out into the world by way of Twitter. Okay.
Starting point is 01:22:55 And so this ideology of death was coming from San Francisco and it was being shot out by Twitter, which is why Elon Musk needed to buy it in order to save civilization from this evil message that was being pumped out by the philosophy of San Francisco. Wow. Yeah, we're not going to hear any of that because it's a long clip. I mean, I don't want to be melodramatic, but it's almost like a death cult. It's a death cult. No, no, that is exactly right. It's essentially the extinctionists.
Starting point is 01:23:28 Like it's in the limit, it is that they're propagating the extinction of humanity and civilization. And there's some people who are like most, most time it's implicit. They don't explain it. But sometimes it's explicit. Like there was a guy on the front page of the New York Times who it literally has the thing called the extinctionist movement and he was quoted on the front page of the New York Times as saying there are 8 billion people in the world but it
Starting point is 01:23:54 would be better if they were none and I'm like well buddy you can start with yourself right yeah let's come with that friends that's what I was fascinated well here you see it looks you're not long for this earth. It wasn't. I mean, it's not a very human extinction movement. That's hilarious. I'd like to party with that, dude. I was just like to like, that's the death.
Starting point is 01:24:17 That's the death. That's the death. That's an explicit version of the death cult. Yeah, maybe it's been long and die out. It's not. The extinction is a word he uses. Yes. No, I mean, it's not a, it's literally a self-description. Did they cover death? The link was in charge of social media. Yeah. And still largely is at Google and Facebook, by the way. What? Yeah. So I'm like, I'm not in favor of uh... human extinction
Starting point is 01:24:45 uh... they are and uh... thing at hell that guy is yeah you can go that guy seem silly i watch out with him now i would like to find out what makes him tick i bet that guy is fascinating what if you get a moment for a few days and i think i've heard of you
Starting point is 01:25:01 date but the the the takes a few days and i'm in uh... if you, very, very poor environment, but the, the, the, it takes a few days to know, man, if you go, if, if you take environmentalism to an extreme, you start to be a humanity as a plague on the surface of the earth, like a, like a mold or something. Right. And, but it's, it's, this is actually false. The earth could, could take probably 10 times the, the current civilization. The population could be, you could tenx the population without destroying the environment forest. So the, the environmental movement, and I'm an environmentalist, has gone too far. They've gone way too far. You know, if you, if you start thinking that the humans were bad, then the natural conclusion is
Starting point is 01:25:43 human. All right, the pause, back gonna take a second to back it up. So the voluntary human extinction movement or vehement was something that me and my buddies would make jokes about 20 years ago. I mean, it's existed forever. Come on. It's a real thing in as much as it exists, but it's not a relevant movement in society.
Starting point is 01:25:57 And this whole like, why don't you go first? They are. Yeah, that's okay. They're dying, like they're, they plan to die and not reproduce. That's the voluntary human extinction. It's not, we don't create a next generation. We're plan to die and not reproduce. Yeah, that's the voluntary human extinction. It's not we're going to be ourself. Right. It's that we're not going to have kids for the sake of this voluntary extinction. Yeah. This is ridiculous for Elon Musk, the richest person in the world and owner of one of the largest social media companies in
Starting point is 01:26:19 the world to be whining about them to Joe Rogan, one of the biggest podcasters in the world. The scale difference is ridiculous. I mean, yeah mean yeah now i don't think that any of the environmentalists are saying humans are bad but many human actions that we've normalized over the years are in fact bad and there are some behavioral changes that we can make to be better you want to make that distinction probably because he's a shithead that distinction probably because he's a shithead. I don't want to spend more time than I need to breaking down a stoned interview between these two idiots where Rogan's actually wearing a blonde wig, by the way, but I just want to say this. What? Yeah. I hate this world. Musk brings up how dirty environmentalists see humans as mold, and that made me think of one very specific thing that I'm going to play for you now. All right.
Starting point is 01:27:05 This is what I think about people and this worth can get really weird. I think human beings are just a very complicated form of bacteria. I think if you looked at the earth as a living organism and who's to say that it's not some sort of a super organism, it's certainly a host for life. And we're considered a living organism, but It's certainly a host for life. And we're considered a living organism, but really we're a host for life. There's more e-coli living inside our gut than there have ever been people ever.
Starting point is 01:27:31 There's bacteria that's constantly around you. And your body's fighting off that bacteria until your body grows old and dies. And then it doesn't fight anymore. That bacteria just eats your body. That's what it's done. I mean, that's what it's there for. Okay, well, if you looked at the earth as this living organism, and like you were flying
Starting point is 01:27:51 into LA and you're passing... I'd have prepared to do the... Harry's albums. And you see the ocean ahead, it all looks natural and beautiful. But then you see LA. What the fuck is that? That's a growth. That's cancer. It's big and it's brown and it stinks and smokes coming out of it and it gets bigger every year. And it doesn't matter what you do, it's gonna keep going.
Starting point is 01:28:10 You could knock it down with a fucking hurricane. It rebuilds. Lighting on fire, rebuilds. And I think if you were an intelligent life form from another planet and you were looking at the earth, you wouldn't see individual people. You wouldn't see housekeepers and limo drivers and stand up comedians. You wouldn't see individual people. You wouldn't see housekeepers and limo drivers and stand-up comedians. You wouldn't see that. You would see mold on a sandwich. I think
Starting point is 01:28:33 if you look at us objectively and the way we're headed and the way we've always been, it doesn't matter how much access to information we have, it doesn't matter how much technological innovation we have, we're always going to destroy the earth. Because I think somehow or another, that's what we're supposed to do. I think that's our purpose here on earth. I think we are here to fuck shit up. So this is one of the first pseudo rants that really broke through for Rogan and helped create his brand as some kind of a drug-e-deep thinker. Yep. This went viral for the time. And this plus hanging out with Duncan Trussell probably should get most of the credit for
Starting point is 01:29:10 people thinking that Joe had a lot of depth to him. And he wasn't just the fear factor guy or the second round of Man Show guys. Yeah, it was a little bit, it was a lot of trust. This was everywhere. It was a lot of trouble. This particular rant, and he did it in various forms. He did it this multiple times. Yeah.
Starting point is 01:29:27 This idea of flying over LA and seeing it, it's mold. He literally is saying the same stuff that Elon Musk is talking about. Right, right, right. The very mentality that Musk is talking about is something that Joe owes a lot of his career to, and it's a mentality that he spread super far and wide himself to the point that when I hear Musk say something like compare humans humans to mold I don't think of environmentalists I think of Rogan specifically. Yeah, so there's a little irony there. Um, you know, I don't know, I mean, but it's on purpose. You know, it is, it is, it's not necessarily ironic for somebody who is doing the thing
Starting point is 01:30:02 to blame the people who are trying to stop him from doing on them. You know, like Elon saying environmentalists are the death cult is very clearly him being like, well, obvious it's got me and my billionaire friends trying to escape the planet and put chips in you. Yeah, that would be crazy if we were an extinction cult. Alex at one point is talking about yellow buskies like, Yeah, you know, I've had some problems with him, like with the electric cars and putting chips in people, but he's moved past that.
Starting point is 01:30:29 Right, wait, what? Great. You mean, you're doing those things. You've moved past it. Because you want something to do. He's learned the error of his ways. I mean, yeah, it is nuts. Anyway, I find their dynamic,
Starting point is 01:30:42 musk and Rogan in suffer. I hate them so much. I hate them so much. Especially together. Together they're the worst. That is unlistenable shit. It is. What is it about money that makes people think I want to listen to them?
Starting point is 01:30:55 I think it's the money. And the people around them that treat them like everyone wants to listen to them. That's so fucked up. So Alex gets back to talking shit. Sure. He has some stories about his dad. And we know that his dad was the smartest boy in Texas. And he was recruited by the globalist.
Starting point is 01:31:11 Sure. And so Alex talks about that a little bit here. Okay. They tried to recruit my dad when he was in high school. He was already going to the University of Texas, planned to, thought he was joining NASA, and they called him aside, and recruited him into it.
Starting point is 01:31:25 He was in there for like four years. What? Wait, what? He didn't tell me about it till 2007. You just now telling us about this. Going to ballet recital with my oldest daughter, Charlotte. She was like three and my mother and the car said, David, it's not that bad. And he said, no, it's as bad as all that.
Starting point is 01:31:48 And for 15 minutes, he just data dumped it all. Like a download from. Because he was top of his class. In the state of Texas, they had six kids that were the smartest in all the test. And they recruited him there. And out of the six, he was chosen for the program. And the program was the set up of a world government and slowly cut off the resources and carry out eugenics.
Starting point is 01:32:14 How's it going? Now, they recruited millions of people like that and they're in almost every position of power. So what does it mean now that Elon Musk is opposing them? Nothing. And Joe Rogan, all of a sudden, he needs to chop the open now. That's the takeaway.
Starting point is 01:32:34 And that's really the important dish. So this just can't work with the timeline that Alex has been telling about his dad's recruitment stuff. Because there were two recruitment that the globalists did. There was never, he worked for them for four years and then decided to get out. This is all convoluted.
Starting point is 01:32:50 I would just tell me, just say your dad could have beaten up my dad. I would just prefer that to having to hear about how he's smart in a bunch of different fictional ways. Mm-hmm. Well, I mean, look, here's what I would like.
Starting point is 01:33:02 Yeah. Sit down. Sure. Give me the story. Beat by like. Yeah. Sit down. Sure. Give me the story. Beat by beat. Right. And we stick with that. Can't do it.
Starting point is 01:33:11 Don't do this, like, whatever serves the purposes of the day, bullshit. I can't handle it, because there's so many different timelines. It's like an episode of Loki. You know, I'm starting to think, I recognize that that's a reference. Yeah.
Starting point is 01:33:24 I felt you needing. I tried. I tried to reach out to your nerd stuff. I'm starting to think that maybe you would rather a written history as opposed to lore. Yeah, yeah, but actually I wouldn't mind if the lore was coherent. Like because it lore. Yeah, yeah, but actually I wouldn't mind if their lore was coherent. Like because it's just like, okay,
Starting point is 01:33:48 so I could like say, ah, Alex, you said that the globalist tried to recruit your dad and make him work in an underground thing and your mom didn't wanna do it. So like, but like, then he'd be like, no, but he was out of high school. It was four years that he worked for that Like wait, which is the which is the truth? What's come on? I can't if everything is so slippery and
Starting point is 01:34:11 Undefined then I can't do anything with it. It's just meaningless Ethereum Elysium. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, it's it's it's I idea Yeah, yeah, yeah, it's it's it's I idea Which is a new way of me saying diarrhea, but you know in a Chiffier way so Alex has a long analogy about being in a street fight. Okay, globalists. Yeah, I'm sorry Yeah, okay, it goes too long. That sounds right Once we have a real debate about this once this is out the open it fails Now it's gonna get a lot of what it wants to do done
Starting point is 01:34:45 because we're showing up late, but the truth still trumps that. So the devil's gonna get a big piece of the R-ash. And we're gonna pay, and Mari pay a lot, but in the end, they're gonna lose. Didn't got the point to fight them. Kind of like, you know, you're a tough guy. You gotta look at for a fight, some crazy person
Starting point is 01:35:04 while your pumping gas comes up and punches you right in the guy. You're looking for a fight. Some crazy person where your pumping gas comes up and punches you right in the temple. Straight kick. Knocked out. You get up and you see them coming in. To kick you in the face and you raise your hands up and grab them by the foot and throw them down. What? And you get up and you're bleeding
Starting point is 01:35:21 and your vision's a little blurry and you see them getting up, but your instincts kick in and you're right hook them as they come in right under the jaw. Good shot. Break their jaw. Damn. They break my gas. Oh, no, they got a knife. Come at you with it. Spray with gas.
Starting point is 01:35:37 Come on. Reach out. You miss grabbing it right. Cut 20 your fingers off. Oh, no, it's okay. Grab them by the head. All right. This is silly. Flip them over your shoulder. I'm sorry. What's all the police? I'm in the no. It's okay. Grab him out of head. All right. This is silly. Flip him over your shoulder. I'm sorry. What? All the police. I'm in the ambulance. They're dead. I mean, that's basically what they're dead now. Yeah, that's what this is like.
Starting point is 01:35:54 I just uh, that is, I get what the point is. Yeah. And that is that like if someone jumps you, they're going to get a shot in even if before you can defend yourself. Sure. And so the globalists are going gonna do that. And there will be some damage that we're gonna end up taking, but we'll end up throwing them into the concrete and killing them. It's a little bit more of a play-by-play of this imaginary fight than we need.
Starting point is 01:36:17 There is a lot of it. There is a lot of it. I am starting to think, all right. And you know what? I'm noticing this more and more frequently. All these people who've had revelations by God, you know? They always tell me how great God is and how he can do anything that he wants to do.
Starting point is 01:36:31 But then in their revelations, they also tell me how I'm gonna have to get my shit kicked all the time. Yeah, quite a bit. And there's nothing they can do about it and I didn't get to see the revelation from God. So either they're telling the truth or God is like, here's what you got to do to stop this stuff and he's just sucks at it. Maybe he's just mad. I think maybe he may be. Yeah. And some of that
Starting point is 01:36:52 is reinforced by what's about to happen. Yeah. Now Alex has said already that God said he cannot quit. He can't. He can't. It's on his time. And I cannot make this more clear. This is coming out of nowhere. This, he went to break with a very standard plug that he wants money for his legal defense fund, but it is not angry, it is not any more desperate than he usually is. And then he comes back from break like this.
Starting point is 01:37:21 We're gonna take your calls for us, Jarr. from break like this. We're going to take your calls for us, Yarr. We've been on air a long time. And I've been trying my, we brought cats ready. I'm leaving. All right, everybody. Well, I want to hear this anti-Semitism saying that Gregory should maybe take a few more calls. I mean, an anti-Semitic thing. Yeah, I was saying for a while. I was about to take a four or five days. I think I'm taking off a one-month sabbatical. I'm out of here.
Starting point is 01:38:12 I'm out of here. Nothing happened. There's nothing has prompted this outburst at all. Oh, man. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I had to go back and I had to listen to be like, did I miss a clue that something was about to break?
Starting point is 01:38:32 Because there was no indication to me that he was about to quit. Well, I mean, he's very clearly in a mood, but it doesn't seem like a storming off mood. Yeah. No, I mean, you could tell from the vibes that vibes were bad. Sure, sure. Yeah, these are not good vibes. We're not, we're coming into sad, but it does really feel like you can
Starting point is 01:38:50 make it through the show. You could do your job. There's no, like, there was a little bit of an emotion in his voice when he was saying he wants to get to the top of the mountain. Totally. But other than that, there's no indications of, fuck it, go to rebrox. Listen, I've gone into the bathroom and cried at work by myself. So there's no shame shame in doing that and then you get right back to it yeah so uh bitty pouts oh does he pout oh he's standing i'm taking off oh i thought he was much vaticle i'm out of here and then nobody will add me and i'm not i'm not yeah it's just time to do it it's time to split yes I'm doing everything I could but I can't hurt myself anymore fucking e-word I just can't do it anymore
Starting point is 01:39:36 I'll get blame for whatever happens this place anyway so watch I can't save it I can't do it I can't save it. I can't do it. I can't do it. I tried. Okay. At some point you got it minutes over. At some point you got a minute.
Starting point is 01:39:52 Yes, you do. You should know. We'll have our nuclear war, you know, star of the streets. Okay. Thank you. Stop, Todd. Did good.
Starting point is 01:40:01 Everybody's got a party to go to. Everybody's got some dope. It's not your fault. I get it. I'll start smoking dope, man We do please and that's just it. It's just it man. Just it I tried I Don't understand this this like I just don't understand taking where such responsibility For something that you had no control over, no power over. But what do we even, we don't even know what happened.
Starting point is 01:40:29 And refusing to take responsibility for the things that you did actually do. But we don't even know what this is prompted by. It's prompted by everything. I can't do this. I can't do this. It's just that you know what, the slings and arrows about rages misfortune. We actually do find out what happened. What? It's misfortune. We actually do find out what happened, but it's so unclear.
Starting point is 01:40:47 It takes forever for him to like get to the point of what he's moping about. But he doesn't, well, he does, I mean, I don't know. I actually, I'll be honest, I turned this off a little bit earlier. It's all. I don't know, he said he planned to take a few more calls and then leave at the point where I would I decided to give off
Starting point is 01:41:06 Yeah, yeah, because I was just like all right you've done you've done your bit you've done your piece The only thing that's possibly going to happen is you're gonna scream again, right and you've already done that so you've exhausted With my patience of one freak out per episode right but he doesn't One talk to callers about his freak out is little I a little, I'm sweating, I can't save him for wars. Right. He's been going to blame me anyway, so it gives a fuck. Right.
Starting point is 01:41:30 And this is where we get our first clue of why Alex is having a breakdown. Okay. Now I did keep one piece of information from you, because I honestly, as I was listening to this, initially, didn't think it was important, so I didn't cut any clips of it. And then it's that Alex has been planning in the third hour to interview Joel Gilbert. He's the guy who made the dreams of my real father, Vityn movie about Obama's dad not being his dad.
Starting point is 01:41:53 Right, right. And then he also now apparently has a documentary about Michelle Obama being a man. And so. And that would have been real fun if he did a sequel where it was just the same same like it was a reboot You know Frank Marshall Davis is actually ha ha yeah, yeah No, it is not that but he planned to interview Joel Gilbert
Starting point is 01:42:14 And they did notice that this wasn't happening and so that is part of way Alex is having a freak out Gotcha, I don't want to hear from the callers about what I'm saying right now, because I'm not playing around. Okay. And, and we used to be able to fund ourselves. But then somebody, well, once it's twice a week, because I already have these authors and filmmakers on. Once tried a sweet, we had Patriot filmmakers and authors on. And then we buy a couple thousand or DVD or their book. And we sell it and they sell someone their own site. We'd be able to be on air. And then we'd get that money to build the infrastructure.
Starting point is 01:42:52 And over the years for whatever reason, we stopped, we just stopped ordering books and films even though they sold supplements. That's why I'm because they managed to buy a profit. I've spent over two months trying to get this film in this book. And it's incredible. It's unbelievably powerful by Joe Gilbert in the store.
Starting point is 01:43:20 And since our warehouse is up in up in Colorado, I just kept rescuing. Joe Gilbert is trying to get a copy of the film so I can see it. And that took about a month to get what his fault he sent him to us. So I finally got him. I'm not complaining. I just can't do it anymore. And we finally got it and rescheduled for the third time. And then it's a default.
Starting point is 01:43:40 Somebody's fault. I need a trailer for a movie I've seen. Or in old days, we'd make a promo. That's my fault, isn't it? We make a promo. Or I'd say, I've seen this film. It's powerful. You need to get it. We might sell 10,000 of these. You know, that keeps it on here. It's my fault. See, I'm long on the tooth. I can't do this anymore. It's my fault. But we're not interviewing Joe Gilbert today. Probably never will. I might never come back. He's fucking baby.
Starting point is 01:44:12 He's so baby. There's no trailer for Joke over his films. Such a baby. Oh my god. Look, I can't sell this film without a fucking trailer. So what are we gonna do? I'll never talk to Joel Gilbert again. How about that? I'll just never talk maybe I'll leave and never come back You really kind of get this the feeling the hope that like there's something meaningful behind this yeah
Starting point is 01:44:39 But it's not it's just I don't have the tools available to me to sell this bullshit documentary and So fuck you Joel Yeah, and fuck all you who are listening. That's that is one of those behaviors that really should be The biggest and easiest red flag of like this person's not responsible in any facet of life deepest hue of red I mean it doesn't get I mean that if when you see that in a child, you go, that makes sense. And now here is the pivot point for your entire life. If you learn to never do shit like that again, you're gonna be fine. It's an indication of something,
Starting point is 01:45:15 like some path of development, not going the right way. That you feel like you can act like this and get what you need. You cannot fit within society in any comfortable way if this is part of your thought process. No. Yeah. You whiny, whiny little baby.
Starting point is 01:45:32 Whiny little baby. Jesus Christ. So anyway, everyone around Alex is incompetent. Sure. I might never come back. Cause I can't do it anymore, man. I can't make every decision. I can't run everything. I can't sit there and
Starting point is 01:45:46 Say it's this way in that way and then it's not done the next time. I can't beg people to be here over and over again This cruise great ones that are here. I just I just it's it's the ones that are here It's incredible, but don't worry. You're gonna have your nuclear war You're gonna have your depression war. You're gonna have your depression And it's not gonna matter anymore. You're talking to the crew and the good news is the left's gonna burn first And I'm not a sadistic or a good news, but I am well, I guess you'll keep you warm starved a death and get everything you want All right, you think you're gonna be running the death camps you're gonna be him. Yeah, I probably shouldn't be on a yeah, no shit. Okay. No, I am.
Starting point is 01:46:45 I do. I do think that, you know, we're talking about certain forms of hell. And I think a particular form of hell is being in the situation, Alex is in where no one gives a shit about him. Yeah. Like anybody who had people who cared about them would not allow them to behave this way in public. You would have people who are concerned for you and stop you from acting like this and he just doesn't have anyone who cares. I mean, it really is. Yeah, like it makes sense for if you're inside of it to think people enabling you in this way is them rewarding you. And so, people who reward you care about you and people care about you, they give you a reward. It's very simple.
Starting point is 01:47:23 People who reward you care about you and people care about you they give you a reward It's very simple, right, you know, but whenever you're just Whenever people are allowing you to do shit like this. It's because they absolutely do not give a fuck about you And there might be some marginal amount of benefit they get out of enabling you Yeah, and that's more valuable to them than your well-being. Yeah, your Reputation your just just like being with you. Yeah. Your reputation, your... Just like being with you. Yeah. You know, like, it is a complete transaction
Starting point is 01:47:51 if you behave this way. And so, this leads me to a theory about why Rogan and Musk don't want to be a round-tem. Oh, yeah? I can't think of any reasons. The act's like this. It's fucking annoying. Can't think of any reason. Anyway, Joel Gilbert, you should buy his film. Bye. I'm gonna come back take full calls to apologize to your killer. We're gonna have them on it. It's not his fault. It's my fault. It is your fault.
Starting point is 01:48:14 I should have had a trailer ready. I should but uh, you can get his film and his book. It's an amazing film. Michelle Obama. She's a horrible person. Find out her secrets. Only the truth can stop her and the book. Michelle Obama 24, available at And that keeps us broadcast on here. They're definitely
Starting point is 01:48:46 trying to get her right to rumble Gavin Newsom. I'm sold on this book. I'm excited for it based on that sales pitch. Hi, this reminds me of that Pat and I was about about the comedy magician getting shot. And next next bit. Buh, there we go, into the top. They got me. Angry magic. Buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, buh, I mean, we're having one.
Starting point is 01:49:14 All right. That's okay. I accidentally bought a ton of his book to sell at a cut rate. We bought it on consignment. And now we need to move them. But we weren't prepared to do this interview so I don't have the promotional material available. So it's not going to work and maybe Joel didn't want to come on unless they were able to, you know, present the book right. I don't know who knows exactly what the behind the scenes thing was. But now Alex
Starting point is 01:49:38 is like, I got to fucking sell these books, but I don't want to do this interview. By the fucking book, it's good. You can buy it. It store. It's good. It is just like, hey, we can, we'll do the interview now. And then we can play it again with the trailer tomorrow. And I want to say, I don't know if this is gonna make Alex feel better, but I'm doing my part. I bought his book, not Joel Gilbert's, but I bought Alex's book. That's true.
Starting point is 01:50:01 So, I mean, come on, man, cheer up. Cheer up. You could do a promo with Gilbert there during the interview. That's what makes it so mysterious to me. There has to be something else that happened. Whether it's Joel had some kind of a thing or it's like, you said you were going to make a trailer
Starting point is 01:50:21 and you didn't. Thereby, you're breaching our contract. Much like much like Alex is breaching his contract with God by saying he's going to quit. Exactly. And then I'm not doing that. Yeah. There has to be some behind the scenes thing that isn't quite being picked up. Cause it can't just be we need to reschedule. No, you said you rescheduled three times. Yeah. That's so look, Alex is upset.
Starting point is 01:50:44 Obviously I'm upset and a lot of stuff's going on. That's just the way it is. And that's just the way it's going to have to be. That's just the way it is what it is. Everybody's going to take things serious real soon. And then you will face God. And nothing to stop that. All right, man. This is what, this is what somebody in the office
Starting point is 01:51:08 mutters beneath their breath after they get the mildest of criticisms about the work they did. You're gonna face God too. Exactly, yeah, it's like, no dude, I just need you to, 14 point. You're type in 12, 14 point. That's all I need from you well I'm upset but you can't be you can't be that's just how it is you this it's just not I mean
Starting point is 01:51:32 you'll be God soon anyway Alex doesn't take calls yeah but even though he said he does take some calls eventually but instead of taking calls he does this okay So I need everybody to understand that are you gonna give up? Are you gonna go along with this? Well, because if you don't support our broadcasts it's up to me if you don't buy the products then force for our colleagues you quit earlier Go to defend and make a straight donation Pay my bills. And I'm upside down that I am forced to go underground.
Starting point is 01:52:14 So look, I don't know what that means. I have to pause this for a second because I just had a flash of imagination. I think it's really awesome. All right. Alex, if he wants to make all the money and he wants to get all the attention, go viral, you need to do a cover of Destiny's Child's bills, bills, bills. Can you pay my lawyer bills? Can you pay my automobiles?
Starting point is 01:52:37 I don't think you do. So I'm gonna quit. All right, all right, I like it. If you wanted to think about how many people would post that, that would be all over the place. That would be all over the place. Yeah. And you could even wear wigs. The wigs would do it.
Starting point is 01:52:51 It doesn't have to. Yeah. Oh, he has to. Um, I think that there's a lot of potential there. He could also do a cover of Bugaboo about, uh, Soros or a clash. Bob. I, the worry I have is the more you say these things, the more likely I feel like Alex is gonna wind up in blackface.
Starting point is 01:53:10 Yeah, I think it will be tough for him to resist. It's a very short walk to get from there to being like, no, no, I'll black up. No, no, no, no, no, no. But I just think with Bill's bills, Bill's, there is a perfect thing to threaten the audience with like you have to pay my lawyer bills, work the automobiles into it for the tank. That's tough. No, it works.
Starting point is 01:53:31 I mean, I know it's, you just need the visual of the tank to accompany the automobiles. Sure, that was just an original criticism I had of Destiny's Childs. That's true. Yeah. I don't think you do. So the world is gonna be nuked. Dude, dude, dude, dude, dude. Oh my god. And I am forced.
Starting point is 01:53:52 Because... You quitting is me quitting. You quit. And I guess I can sit here on air till they put chains on the doors and the lights go out. What is the sound of one hand quitting? And then that'll really show you. Oh, look, they really shut down. But the way they've set it up is I get completely exhausted by the time that even takes place.
Starting point is 01:54:22 So I need your support at I'm in the hole well over a million half dollars. And I don't have to. I hope it's a lot more. And if people don't think there's shows of value and people don't think they want to get this on air, then take me out of the game. I'm ready right now. And I'm not going to tolerate anybody around me that doesn't realize the war run the Fin Jones dot com. All right, I did that live on here. No, that's a three minute ad I just cut. No, I'm gonna run that on the network and we'll see what happens. All right, I just did some passive aggressive moping about how people need to give me money. Cut that turn that into an ad so I
Starting point is 01:55:02 don't have to come in and do any extra work outside of the time that I'm on there I'm making amazing. Yeah, what a fucking loser just amazing Also, I don't know if it's the best sales maybe you don't want my lucky charms anymore. Well then fuck you fuck you It is a world goddamn cereals. Oh, it's your honey not all It's a it's a it's a whiny sales It's your twix is I read whatever for kids. No If if Alex is saying come back I've got more like a charm sorry if Alex is saying that like you know, I quit I can't do this anymore fuck this shit. Oh Elon Musk and Rogan are doing what I've done
Starting point is 01:55:41 And they're gonna be able to do it better than me. Why would you give him money? I mean, this is a don't. Yeah. Anyway, we have one last clip because after that point I was like, oh, you're just gonna cut commercials with your sad ass on there. Exactly. I don't want to listen to this. But I heard this and I thought it was really funny. So I had to include it.
Starting point is 01:55:58 And I'm not even depressed. We've had devastating victories against the enemy and a certain point like your 45 year old quarterback That's the equivalent of like I mean a 85 year old man in the regular world. You got to hang your spurs up but There's not a sense of urgency so Alex will always carry us through Alex will always do it or People think old info wars is going down. You know even some of the crew. I'll just show up three days away Jones will put up with it. He's a candy ass He's nice guy. No, no, you're gonna get fired
Starting point is 01:56:32 So there's some trouble with the crew Now that's how you do it. Yeah, that's how you do it. Congratulations. Send it a message to a specific employee on here You think I'm a candy ass? Instead of talking to you, I'm going to put you on blast by vaguely mentioned if you want air. See, I love that. I love that. In every possible, I love the workers' choice. Yeah.
Starting point is 01:57:03 I love it. Hey, listen, this place is going down. Yeah, I'm not gonna care But also if I quit I don't have any money Yeah, so fucking I'll just show up and if I get paid I get paid I don't care when I when I love it I was a temp at a Groupon for a periods of time. Yes, and so why there were actually two stretches of time that I worked there The first time you were temp for long enough to be a borderline perm. Well, I did actually get hired eventually,
Starting point is 01:57:28 but it took such a fucking fight. But the first time that I was there as a temp, we were brought in to do like a bunch of QA type stuff, quality assurance work. And then they made the announcement that they were going to like eliminate this department, this entire department that we were working in. But they weren't. They thought that they would be ready to go sooner than they were. They thought that they had the things in place to automate the department. But they didn't.
Starting point is 01:58:01 And they asked you guys to stick around a little bit. Right. So like we were all, like a lot of us were temps. And we were there basically until they decided they didn't need us anymore. And they'd already been like, they'd shown their ass by being like, even the people who are employee employees, you're not gonna have a job. Oh, that's not good.
Starting point is 01:58:19 And so that environment just led to like, well, we're working with the fuck like you. We had you over a barrel. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Basically, like, you can't possibly do anything about our behavior. Yeah. So you'd show up at noon.
Starting point is 01:58:32 Yeah. Like, it did not matter at all. And no one get me. No one could do anything about it, basically. And the people who are supposed to be your presumptive supervisors, they had already been told that their department's gonna be gone. Yeah, why would they care?
Starting point is 01:58:45 So they don't care to punish you? It was madness. Yeah. For a window of time there, because Groupon made that horrible administrative decision. Bad idea. Um, and that's kind of what I feel like it must be like it in four years. Yeah, it has to be. It has to be.
Starting point is 01:58:59 It's an apocalypse. Yeah. Like you're watching a slow motion apocalypse happen and your boss is the literal fucking devil. It's a free for all. Yeah, absolutely. And your boss is candy ass. I show up three days a year, show up three days. What are you gonna do about it?
Starting point is 01:59:15 Oh, so passive aggressive. So passive aggressive. I could not be if that was how I made it onto InfoWords proper. If that was the only way you are that employee please email us we will protect your own money 100% congratulations all the flight at please send us an email we would love to congratulate you right privately yes yeah I just I just feel like there's an image of nobody. There's a real Rodney Danger Field
Starting point is 01:59:48 devive to Alex, so no one respects him. Elon Musk and Rogan don't respect him enough. God certainly does, and the second tier version of the Holy Spirit. I know I don't respect him. There's clearly some dissension around the workplace. Yeah. Oh, tough times.
Starting point is 02:00:07 I mean, if I had watched them let Owen go to jail, the way they did, I think I would definitely be like, I don't care for people here. If I were a person who was a idealistic true believer, yeah, and I saw Owen be treated that way, it would be a wake up moment. Yeah, yeah. If I was someone who was just there for a gig, it wouldn't affect me much because I'd say I would just be like, yeah, why don't you give a shit? What did you think was gonna happen? Right. Yeah, this is on you. Yeah. Yeah.
Starting point is 02:00:35 But that would have a effective like probably shaking my faith. Yeah. If I was invested. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I imagine it. We'll see if it shakes his. Alex's? No. Oh, no. I mean, if he's calling in from jail, he's probably always he calling in from jail. That's what Alex said, about the solitary confinement thing. Sure. Yeah, apparently called in from jail. Jesus. And, but if he's doing that, then he's still invested in creating the narratives along with, with Alex. So they may have come to an understanding of some sort. Disgusting. But Alex did scream. I don't remember if we talked about it on everybody to talk about how like, you can't pay Owen because the bankruptcy. Yeah. The bankruptcy courts as he can't pay.
Starting point is 02:01:14 They're the ones who are paying everybody. Yeah. Yeah. They run his business. I think there's a half truth to that. But I also think that you can tell the bankruptcy court. This guy's on retainer. He's an important employee of mine. Yeah. Now here's another thing. I wouldn't be surprised if he was still paying Jerome Corsi somehow just by a fuck. Well, lost it in.
Starting point is 02:01:33 Yeah. Here's another thing. Yeah. If Alex does go on, we're recording this on Thursday, the second. So we didn't have time to know what he had did on his show. He decided to go on his mom's Sure sure sure, but if he does what are you gonna do? You've already got Harrison Smith hosting the war room because Owens and Jail
Starting point is 02:01:52 You get chase geyser down here in the American journal. What do you do with Alex's show if he goes? I think you have to raise chase guys are up to the headline a Harrison Smith can't be on the headline show No, you can't chase geyser is a better choice and we know nothing about it nothing about it right nothing could if he Had his mouth sewn shut better choice. Here's the here's the thing though like what do you do? Do you try and bring in a big gun like Stephen Crowder and have him host your show? But then you risk the possibility that they do a better job than you can't do that and then your your Back no, that's not happening. What do you do? I'll tell you what you do it like the daily show have rotating cares to host What's up? You know it? I know it. What's that there's one man floundering?
Starting point is 02:02:42 There's one man doesn't know where to go. Uh-huh There's one man man who can save Info Wars. Trump. And he was just on Theo Vons podcast. I'm talking about Tucker Carlson. Oh, that's right. Info Tucker Wars. Now that is interesting. I think that would be maybe mutually beneficial. I think so too. I think it actually went for all of the shit that we have talked about all of this shit. I think at this point in time, Alex and Tucker do probably make sense together. And I think that Tucker being a villain for Alex would he, he would be able to in some ways pretend that he's above it.
Starting point is 02:03:18 Yep. And I think, I think. Andy had organized airtime as opposed to just some dumb Twitter views show, which nobody likes. And also was the wrong platform to do it on at the exact same time as some weirdo evil billionaire decided to destroy it because he didn't masturbate enough. Yeah, I do think that there's a talker needs something other than Twitter. Yeah.
Starting point is 02:03:43 Yeah. Dude, I mean, if there is, if there is a pitch for someone who could fill in for Alex when he goes for a month, it would be Tucker. But the problem is Alex couldn't then come back because I think that Tucker would probably reveal to them how bad Alex is at the job. I, well, I think I don't, I, one, I don't think it would be too big of a deal there because they, everybody who already watches both, everybody knows the difference between Alex and Tucker Oh big problem. What can't afford it? Well, that's definitely a big problem. Yeah, not even close
Starting point is 02:04:13 I'm talking about for Tucker though this Pro bono. Yeah, because he comes in it shows off like he's rescuing Info Wars like he's a fucking Serious hero on this case sure he doesn't need money on account of he's a fucking serious hero on this case. Sure. He doesn't need money on account of he's a billionaire or whatever. Yeah, he's doing this out of the goodness of his heart. Money doesn't even exist for Tucker. It's just a way for him to like compare balls with other rift dudes.
Starting point is 02:04:37 Now if Alex and Tucker were friends like he says they are, yeah, this is something that I could see as being a possibility. I would do it. Yeah. But it would be this hard thing to do, but it's not going to happen. Yeah, this is something that I could see as being a possibility. I would do it. Yeah The smart thing to do, but it's not going to happen because Alex is a giant piece of shit I don't know if it's a smart thing to do, but it's an interesting next development for these folks Right, which is something that they're lacking very seriously right now I mean, yeah, that's why I would say there's very little difference between the two of those I mean imagine like if Tucker did development is the smart move for anybody.
Starting point is 02:05:07 If Tucker did end up coming in, like he would have access to people like Bolsonaro or like Orban, like, yeah, these people that Alex, you know, idealizes in some ways, but they wouldn't go on Info Wars, but Info Wars starring Tucker Carlson, they might. Yep. No, but info wars starring Tucker Carlson they might Yep, and because that gets them on info wars Alex gets to by proxy have all of everything he's ever believed confirmed Mm-hmm, you know see I was always talking to these people because I've been talking to Tucker Right the transitive property. Yeah, and now they've been on in for worse about about about I am right Of the things we've pitched,
Starting point is 02:05:45 I would rather see the Destiny's Child cover. True. So let's hope for that. Yes. It stands black face. Yes, definitely. That's implied. Yeah.
Starting point is 02:05:55 This episode's a mess. Yeah. It's, I mean, it's still very surreal that we can listen to a man wine for this long. Yeah, a job. True. And that's coming for both sides. It's his job and it's our job. And very little like actual content.
Starting point is 02:06:12 Yeah. You know, yeah, he can stretch it out just to date the office. Just. Well, it's what it may be one out of a three, three out of five days at the office. Well, maybe that's why he had to get his own copy when Nick Flontes was there. Because that's one guy didn't show up. Yeah.
Starting point is 02:06:31 I can see that being. Maybe he could be the camera operator, which is why he had to. Nope. OK, hold on. I'm looking on Alex's site to see if he was in today. He was in the office. I'm not seeing anything. This is dumb.
Starting point is 02:06:52 Yeah. So Jordan, we'll be back. Indeed, we will. Another episode, but until then, we have a website. And indeed, we do. It's Yep, we'll be back. We are on Twitter at that knowledge underscore fight. Yep, we'll be back.
Starting point is 02:07:02 But until then, I'm Neo, I'm Neo, I'm DZX Clark. There's still no bit here. Woo, yeah'll be back. But until then, I'm Neo, I'm Leo, I'm DZX Clark, there's still no bit here. Woo yeah, woo yeah, woo! And now here comes the sex robots. And Ian Chan's a sure on the earth thanks for holding. So Alex, I'm the first time I've called him a huge fan, I love your work. I love you.

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