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In his most recent article, which appears to be inspired by TPS’s video (or vice versa), he continues weaving more falsehoods. First, he plugs confirmed shill Pete Santilli. Then he continues with this:
“The unit is surrounded by technology, technical, and finance companies, some or all of which may well be CIA front companies, as Jones’ operation is connected to the CIA itself (they like to keep their front companies together so they can protect each other).”
Unsurprisingly, no sources are given. ‘They may well be CIA fronts.’ Based on what evidence?
After that he notes that the Texas Attorney General’s office and State Disability Office are somewhat near Jones’s facility, about a third of a mile away (recall that this is in the TX state capital). Ok and?
Then he moves onto more lies:
“Some of the names of the other complex occupants include U.S. government-linked and Israeli companies like: Negevtech Ltd.; Nano-Master; Universal Leasing and Trading, LP; Pinnacle Peak Holding Corp.; Metaphor Technology Farm; Open Roads Consulting, Inc.; Secular Growth Investments, LLC; and Ixrf Systems, Inc.”
So, one business in the same industrial park (one of many parks in a large industrial and commercial district of Austin) as Infowars has the name of an Israeli region (Negev) in its name (which is clearly why he led with that name). There are no apparent connections to Israel other than that. Of course there are no sources for any of the other companies that show a US government or Israeli link. Did he just think the other names sounded eerie?
[note: Nano-master has one 'space simulation' product but it has nothing to do with NASA fakery, all it is is a small chamber (looks like size of a grill) that subjects objects to the atmospheric and temperature conditions of space, e.g. to test semiconductors and other electronic components for satellites to ensure they can withstand those conditions. They are not a space company, they're a semi-conductor company. These kinds of niche technical companies (IT, high-tech machinery) are exactly the kinds of companies you will find in your local industrial parks.]
Then he returns to Bronfman BS which I already debunked, and adds some irrelevant tales about the family (that they used trusts, like every wealthy family). Article over.
This is exactly the kind of stuff all-the-Jews theory is constructed of. They’ll just put asterisks next to a bunch of names and say they’re all Jews or ‘crypto-Jews.’ No evidence or sources. Then they put a list of companies and say ‘Israeli connected’ or ‘likely Mossad front.’ Never any evidence. No one will ever check because thinking it's all the Jews is at the core of their worldview and they don't want to challenge that.
Alex Jones is undoubtedly cointel, but when someone puts out an article like this, they are disinfo, period. His dishonest intentions are screaming off the page, with virtually every point made being either completely made-up or irrelevant filler. It's just masquerading as investigative journalism and people who don't read carefully are fooled by it.
TPS, can't see how you're wooed by this garbage.
Last Edited By: psmith85 Feb 16 17 8:45 AM. Edited 11 times