Thursday, December 3, 2015

There's Something To This Alex Jones Being Bill Hicks Thing...

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    For the last few months I've been blessed to find out about The Investigative Journal radio program with Greg Anthony. This has fast become my favorite show to listen to as I've come to distrust The Hagmann and Hagmann Report and most of the pack that surrounds them. Mostly the reason being their inability to tell the truth about the Vatican Jesuit led New World Order and the false Futurism doctrine. 

   This topic is related to this article like a puzzle piece is in a larger picture, which us sincere truth believing Christians are trying to put together to see clearly.

   Greg Anthony talks about subjects Steve Quayle and the Hagmanns just won't touch. One being the Tony Alamo Ministries in 2008 and how this world famous pastor was put in prison for 175 years (for speaking out against the Anti-Christ Papacy and Vatican) on really bogus charges, and on top of this 36 children were stolen from their parents (who were part of this wonderful ministry) by CPS. Steve Quayle never mentions this case, and he doesn't ever mention the subject we're going to talk about here. In fact, the only time Steve Quayle (Hagmann's benefactor and boss) talks about Alex Jones it's to defend him and threaten anyone who talks bad about him, hmmm...

   On the Investigative Journal hosted by Greg Anthony (also known as Greg Zymanski) on the website, he's been discussing this topic of Alex Jones actually being Bill Hicks. Now, I've known of course for years that Alex Jones is a dis-info agent working for the Vatican, but I've never heard this topic. Right when we think it can't get any stranger – it does!
   After only a cursory examination of the facts, it's apparent there's something to this theory. One thing for sure is there's something very fishy about who Alex Jones is in general. From the evidence I've seen already the puzzle pieces seem to fit very well for him being Bill Hicks; the comedian who supposedly died. This just gives more credence to the suspicions I have against the ring leader Steve Quayle and the more difficult to detect Hagmanns - and the pack they have on their show regularly (Paul McGuire, Tom Horn, Stan Deyo to name a few...).

   I'm going to put Greg's hour long radio shows from the last two days in this post for you to listen to if you're serious about getting to the bottom of this interesting story. Bill Hicks was/is a comedian who supposedly died in 1994 from pancreatic cancer when he was 32 years old. This was the same time Alex Jones started making head way. In fact, there was an Alex Jones around a couple years before this in the early 90's, but although they say this is the Alex Jones of today – it's very obvious that Alex Jones is not the Alex Jones today( who is Bill Hicks). Confused yet, well that's the point. See, they (Jesuits) want this to sound crazy sort of like Eminem being a clone.

   Interestingly, Bill Hicks and Alex are both from Texas and they look very much alike. Their dental records are even almost identical. Just a little re-constructive surgery and it seems as though Bill Hicks landed himself a real good gig and set-up his rich life as a New World Order sell-out. Another alarming evidence is Bill's best friend Kevin Booth just happens to now be a producer on InfoWars! This is very strange don't you think?

   Listen to the videos from Greg's show and investigate it some yourself. I don't need to go over every detail here, because even if I did and you were set on not believing it, then you'd just leave a nasty comment and go on your merry brainwashed way anyway. Geez, the comments I've been getting over at the article I did about Eminem being a clone are evidence of this very type of person who just will not regard evidence. I mean, at the very least we have to conclude there's something to this story. And at the very, very least we have to conclude that Alex Jones (Bill Hicks) is a dis-info agent, which brings me to my next point.

   Why is Steve Quayle supporting Alex Jones and InfoWars? Why are the Hagmanns supporting InfoWars? Steve Quayle even has Alex Jones ads promoted on his website almost all the time, and promotes his videos as if he's a legit source of information. I remember listening to a show on the Hagmanns about a year ago when Steve actually threatened listeners who criticize Alex Jones, really Steve?

   I think the Christian remnant better start looking into these matters more instead of believing Steve Quayle, the Hagmanns, and many of the guests they bring on their show. And yes, Eric Jon Phelps was on the Hagmanns, but there's a lot of damning evidence that Eric Jon Phelps is working for the Jesuits as well- the same people he's the forerunner to expose- that's how they work people (to control what's being exposed).

We can conclude, there's no way Steve Qualye and the Hagmanns are ignorant of the Jesuit's involvement in leading the Vatican New World Order, so because we can conclude they're not ignorant of this, then we can conclude they're working for the Jesuit Vatican New World Order. And, that Steve Quayle supports and promotes Alex Jones, is evidence that he's working for the same people Bill Hicks is working for.

   There I said it, someone has to.

   Listen to Greg Anthony, he's a sincere Christian journalist. A very rare find these days, and support his show as well if you want to listen and support a sincere Christian who isn't working for the enemy: the Vatican (Satan's seat).  

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