The Jones Debacle

Christianity is doomed according to InfoWars sales pitch

I have been a candidate for office, so I guess you could call me a recovering politician. These are my thoughts, right or wrong; they are mine!

Stockpile on the Crosses, the St.Christopher medals, and Holy Water while you can. According to the latest revealing skype expose on Infowars, Farrage reveals the latest dastardly plot by globalists to destroy Christianity.

I am not sure right now if I am going to take a five-minute break to get more coffee or to use that time to laugh hysterically at this latest steaming nugget of Covefefe by Jones.

Think about it, to sell whatever the latest product, book, or whatever else, Jones and Farrage happen upon yet another nefarious Globalist Conspiracy. Now, I am not an expert at super secret globalist conspiracies. However, it seems to me that the people that Infowars implicates on a regular basis are well off enough and connected enough to keep their plans safe enough that Scooby and Shaggy here could not jump out of the Mystery Machine and expose Old Man Soros as the real masked villain.

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Is Alex selling the tin foil or wearing it?

Why Does Jones think Western Institutions are so Weak?

Jones and company are quick to try and sell the world on one simple fact. That somehow, someway, they are out to protect Western Civilization. And from who?


That is a cute name to use. After all, it is an abstract one. His base would be much less gullible to his lies if he had to use the more used terms, like Jews, we would yawn and laugh at the rehashed old anti-semitic nonsense that he was using.  That and he would lose a large part of his audience that supports Israel without question.

No, the world Globalist is one of those terms that no one has a freaking clue what he is on about. People who are convinced the earth is round? A person that understands there are seven continents and over 200 nations? A person who believes in the internet?

According to Mr. Jones, they are a super secret cabal of world leaders that are so dastardly and evil that they have amassed large sums of money, killed scores of people to keep their goals secret, and have the target of a one world government that they control.

But amazingly not only has Alex Jones been able to survive since 1999 from his undisclosed location in Austin without so much as missing a meal.

And of course Alex Jones and Infowars will tell all in their new book, and of course, please visit their sponsor so they can keep sending out such hard-hitting content

I pause for a brief break as I have to walk away. I was surprised I could type the above line with a straight face.

Back to the story…

Oh, why does Alex Jones think Western Institutions are so weak?

In a nutshell, he doesn’t.

Then why push a narrative that somehow remains hidden to all the world (but Alex Jones) conspiracy group not only is trying but they may be succeeding?


The driving force behind every Jones conspiracy

Oh, that’s why…

It’s about fleecing his flock. Look at his Infowars store.

Now, of course, Alex says that the store:

Your gracious support for our crew in the fight for liberty goes directly towards independent alternative news media, and we owe all of our success and effectiveness to you.

I wonder how much Alex takes for his cut of that support for “alternative facts?”

But that is the bottom line. Jones has created an entertainment business selling fiction to his demographics that desperately want to believe what he says is true. Even his lawyers admitted he is nothing more than a carnival barker, err, is a “performance artist,” and his on-air persona is an act.

Alex Jones is to true news reporting what WWE is to Greco-Roman wrestling. Fake as Trumps spray on tan.

He capitalizes on the fears and hatred of a sect of the public and milks it for all it is worth. If he thought today that he could make more money attacking Trump and Conservatives and creating a fictitious Right Wing Conspiracy, he would before the end of the next commercial break.

The Common Sense of it All


Christianity is stronger than this carnival barker

Despite what Jones, or Beck, or Lahren, or any of the multitude of street performers who claim we are one Habib away from the collapse of Christianity, let’s look at some facts.

31 percent of the world’s 7 billion people are adherents to one Christian Sect or another. The largest religion on Earth.

Even with an influx of immigrants from India and the Middle East, Christianity is still the largest religion in the United States.

Mr. Jones, Christianity survived its followers being fed to lions and persecuted as it grew as an underground cult. It has survived religious wars, the Crusades, the rise of Islam, and well over two thousand years. Do you think that some half-century invented globalist conspiracy will kill it?

Mark my words, Mr. Jones, no global conspiracy can kill an idea. You can try, but so long as one person in their heart or mind follows that idea. It lives.

What will kill Christianity is people who call themselves Christian yet do unspeakable horrors in its name. Like you urge your audience to do, Alex.

When everything is said and done, Alex will continue to get rich fleecing his flock, and we will be here to poke fun at him and call him on his bullshit.

If you happen to see Jones, tell him Kilroy was here.

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