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Alex Jones: WWIII

Due to the frightening developments of the last few days Alex sounds his third Emergency Alert as the world marches dangerously close to the eruption of WWIII. From the elite scrambling away to armored redoubts, to the sabre rattling of Ergodan the unhinged Turkish P.M. we are hurtling towards the precipice of full scale war.


16 Comments on "Alex Jones: WWIII"

  1. makati1 on Sat, 28th Nov 2015 8:14 pm 

    While I don’t read or watch Jones anymore, he is usually on track with current events, but a bit radical sometimes. I have no doubt that we are marching into war with our eye’s tightly closed. “We” meaning, the deniers and the totally unaware, not the few of us who see it coming. The pieces are moving on the board. When? Not obvious … yet, but not too far in the future. Before 2020 is my guess.

  2. meshpal on Sun, 29th Nov 2015 3:08 am 

    It is just this financial thing that we have in the West. The US Anglo sphere needs a big fat war to solve these nasty financial issues. It worked in WWII. It is clear that we are in a 1929 depression that has just been dressed up a little bit with EBT cards, zero interest loans, money printing . . . oh I mean easing. This system just break down every 60 to 100 years or so. It is just that time again.

    Another angle is one of growth. This system needs to grow or it will collapse. So if you can take over a new country like one from the USSR sphere, then you grow. But we are running out of those too.

    And if there are Western people like me, who see a little of what is really going on, then you learn to switch to do everything yourself mode, don’t be a part of the system mode, stop buy things if possible mode, enjoy yourself with things that cost little or nothing, and spend more time with your wife and kid.

    Plus, no one likes that idea that they are too many of us on this small rock in space. It would help if 80% were not here. I mean I don’t know how to solve it either, it is just population growth in developing places. How do we deal with that?

    So yes, the war is on its way. It is always the same story, the Western world keeps trying various things until it can finally say: No Choice But War!

  3. Davy on Sun, 29th Nov 2015 6:44 am 

    Meshpal do you think there is growth potential in Syria? Syria has been destroyed and now is a failed state that must be supported and it looks like Russia and Iran will be saddled with that. Europe will indirectly pay for the refugees.

    It is true MIC across the world is profiting not just the US. Russian military interests have seen a huge boost. This is not a classic case of if we have a war it will make things economically better. That is bullshit 20th century thinking. We now have a situation of central banks struggling to maintain a house of cards. Everyone at this level knows war will destroy the status quo.

    What we have more likely is a game of chicken within a greater game of Mid-East influence. It appears Russia is winning but personally no one wins in the Mid-East but no one can ignore the place. It is not clear if war is on the way. Some here love the idea of war and destruction. We appear to have a situation that could go either way.

    I compliment Russia in this regards. Russia has become a check and balance force. Yet, Russia is also a party that needs to be balanced and checked. All sides are trying to gain an edge and domination. The fact is in our current global situation such arrangements are not possible. We must have a multi-polar world arrangement in a basic situation of cooperation. The US is clearly wrong in this respect or they realize this is the situation and they are seeking maximum gain before compromise. The US is becoming significantly diminished in the Mid-East as is Israel.

    This is now a new normal in the Mid-East. The US is diminished but there cannot be agreement without the US. Now we have a situation there cannot be agreement without Russia, Turkey, Iran, and the west. I agree a WWIII situation is possible but I also think too much is at risk for the powers that are especially those that have economic interests. We are near a point of war or a new peace. You never have peace in the Mid-East but you can have something closer to peace.

  4. marko on Sun, 29th Nov 2015 7:51 am 

    Davy,
    It isn’t question does somebody like the war or not. The humans don’t have natural enemies anymore ( which are able to keep our number in check)the war is the only way , like it or not. We had our chance after the WWII but we miss it . I only hope that we will have one more after the WWIII.

  5. ennui2 on Sun, 29th Nov 2015 8:45 am 

    Alex Jones tinfoil doesn’t belong on this site if it has any intention of being taken seriously.

  6. onlooker on Sun, 29th Nov 2015 9:20 am 

    Yes Alex Jones is a little bit too far-fetched even for us Doomers.

  7. Davy on Sun, 29th Nov 2015 9:34 am 

    Mario, I accept your point but disagree on scale. There is no reason we have to have a WWIII. There is nowhere written in our genetics that say we have to. We will always have wars but it is yet to be determined if we will have a civilization ending war. Stay tuned.

  8. Mike616 on Sun, 29th Nov 2015 11:23 am 

    Jones predicts hysteria and panic every month.

  9. marko on Sun, 29th Nov 2015 11:52 am 

    yes we will see but all facts are pointing out to a new war. I personally don’t see a viable option to scale back in all segments except through the war.

  10. Davy on Sun, 29th Nov 2015 12:06 pm 

    Marko, war is one way we can start a rebalance. It would be the quickest way to reduce consumption and population. It surely would be the cruelest way. It is debatable if we would survive as a species in an all out war. Before we get that drastic lets try to power down in crisis. Maybe we can avoid the worst.

  11. GregT on Sun, 29th Nov 2015 12:42 pm 

    I’ve often wondered if Alex Jones isn’t working for TPTB just to keep the masses divided. Much of what he says has truth to it, yet his delivery is way over-sensationalized. Keeps the sheep like ennui2 firmly entrenched in their ‘tinfoil hatter conspiracy theorists’ theories.

  12. apneaman on Sun, 29th Nov 2015 1:17 pm 

    No grand conspiracies needed – just apes, with no free will, doing what they evolved to do.

    MEGACANCER ~ Exploring the pathology of industrial civilization

    Grand Opening

    “Imprinted upon the human limbic brain by evolution are desires for fame, fortune, and power. Pursuing these could serve a dissipative structure well and ensure transfer of information into the future where it can be deployed once again in the competition for resources and energy, even as the old structure ages and begins to crumble. The typical human may ask, “What are you going to be when you grow up.”, as if just being a human is insufficient, that becoming one of the specialized, metabolically functional RNA of the technological system is what life is all about. Never to let an opportunity pass it by, the limbic brain will often focus upon that RNA specialty to which most resources, fame and power will flow. Ask a kid what they want to be and you may hear, doctor, President, rock-n-roll star, sports star and so on. But the technological cancer needs to fill many metabolic niches including teacher, machine operator, nurse, oil driller, computer technologist, …………..there are thousands of categories. As it spreads and grows it needs to continuously populate cells with their respective specialists.

    A special category of specialists, the entrepreneur, works at assembling technological cells. They bring together the information, the human RNA, the raw resources and cell membranes to assemble a metabolically active cell. Venture capitalists and bankers may lend energy and resources in getting a cell started. The hope of the entrepreneur is that the cell will generate a profit, begin to fission and create many more copies of itself thereby increasing the fortunes of the entrepreneur. This pursuit of fortunes, fame and power derived from the brain’s limbic system encourages this pursuit of growth in the technological system. Citizens are also eager to work in the cells that are growing rapidly hoping to cash-in themselves with stock options, bonuses and other compensations. However, entrepreneurs and/or management are often working to limit the compensation of the human RNA within the technological cells in order to maximize their own, since they are the owners and took the risk. The development of new tools, processes and products that may be novel or supplant older, less efficient designs are eagerly sought to fund to potentially satisfy the limbic needs of the owners when they hit the “big time”. All of this explosive growth results in a super-malignancy with the characteristics of explosive growth, depleting resources and lethal pollution. The desire for more wealth, fame and power in a hierarchical ape is without limit and therefore each individual is preoccupied with acquiring more raw resources, distribution channels and factories and adding more to their portfolios of wealth. What they don’t recognize is the ephemeral nature of their investments – a temporary malignancy that feeds upon limited stores of energy and which makes the environment unsuitable for its own human RNA.

    Those that can employ their prefrontal cortices should realize that being rich, powerful and famous are not things that anyone should strive for, but they will, because they are controlled by the more primitive aspects of their limbic brains. It should be breathtaking when explosive growth turns into implosive contraction and nature reclaims the technological cells and puts humans, if any survive, back where they belong.”

    http://megacancer.com/2015/11/29/grand-opening/

  13. onlooker on Sun, 29th Nov 2015 1:52 pm 

    I would refer you also AP to Derrick Jensen who has some good insights into the pathological nature of Industrial Civilization. Actually Greg, I would say that Alex Jones just has this style because he has a core group of followers who find this style to their suiting. Kind of like how news is geared more and more to sensationalism as well as movies, this method can be quite captivating and hypnotic almost. Or as AP would see it, it shoots up the adrenaline of the apes. haha.

  14. apneaman on Sun, 29th Nov 2015 2:34 pm 

    looker, I’ve listened to Jenesen before. He is a little mother earthy for my tastes, but I recall one of his comments as being very profound and it has stuck with me:

    ” If your experience is that your food comes from the grocery store and your water comes from the tap, you’ll defend to the death the system that brings those to you because your life depends on it. If, on the other hand, your food comes from a landbase and your water comes from a river, then you’ll defend to the death that landbase and that river, because your life depends on them.”

    I think it would be accurate to extend that thought to political and religious beliefs as well. Apes will defend, to the death, those things to which they are emotionally attached – evidence be damned.

  15. onlooker on Sun, 29th Nov 2015 3:11 pm 

    “I think it would be accurate to extend that thought to political and religious beliefs as well. Apes will defend, to the death, those things to which they are emotionally attached – evidence be damned.” So true AP, consequently people do whatever mental tricks necessary to deny a particular aspect of reality if their is that emotional or security attachment.

  16. makati1 on Sun, 29th Nov 2015 7:20 pm 

    onlooker, spot on! We will deny anything that interferes with our indoctrination. As an American, I know how difficult indoctrination is to change or kill. Very. It starts at birth for religion and culture and a few years later, if it is government/corporate sponsored. (TV/Movies/news/magazines/books/etc.)

    I can also say how wonderful it is after you shed all of those chains and can see and live in the real world. I still want some of the nice things that come with the system, but I know I can live without them if I need to.

    I mentioned the coming war and it seems to have spawned a discussion. I think the Forth Turning article above will explain it. I read that long ago.

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