He talks about lizard people and all sorts of new age hoo hah...
I wonder how many people came to know Alex Jones, his sites (like this one) & his various endeavors, from Alex's many appearances on Coast To Coast AM - the radio show?
I know that I found him from listening to C2C.
And I'll bet a lot of others did as well.
On C2C, the topics of discussion are wide ranging, from aliens, ufos, ghosts, remote viewing, EVPs, conspiracies of all sorts, ancient-hidden archeology, Atlantis, etc. .... And that's just to name a few ... They discuss MUCH more, but along those same lines.
All that being said, anyone who has made the transition or acquisition of AJ & his philosophies, coming from C2C, have both investigated, and in all likelihood, have a certain amount of belief in such subjects, as being plausible.
Also, anyone who came from C2C, also knows that Alex Jones, does not entangle himself with such stuff, and 99.9% of the time, shies away from any association with such topics.
"We" know that, and that's fine. And "we" follow form while here.
But to simply dismiss such strange, odd, uncommon, or whatever topics, without investigation of them, causes the same frustrations others may feel when trying to present NWO information to those not familiar with it & who have not investigated it - and who totally reject even the suggestion of looking into such matters for themselves on the basis that it is too "odd" to be true.
So, when I hear - and I've heard it many times in this arena - that such things are: idiotic, silly, nonsense, ridiculous or "hoo hah" - I share a frustration of the nature I just exemplified above.
I have no wish to push such matters down the throats of those who do not think such things are possible, and think them nonsense. However, I also do not wish to feel insulted, by-proxy, when someone says that they are "hoo hah."
I'm not a huge fan of David Icke, but I do appreciate him & his efforts. I also give him the benefit of the doubt, on his vast research into such things that brought him to his own conclusions.
When such ridicule is put into the open in these forums, people who have found AJ from C2C, I'll bet feel a bit frustrated & insulted.
I have studied such matters. And I find many such things plausible.
I do not mix them up with NWO matters, because it's just too much for people who have not studied such things to take both information about a "NWO" and information about other strange ideas to them, all at once.
However, many such people, who have very credible credentials and have studies such matters, found them quite plausible.
There are many names that I can list, but the very first one that comes to mind is: Dr. David M. Jacobs. Do a search on his name, and find out if he seems credible to you or not. -- To me he does.
Anyhow, everyone is entitled to their views. I have mine. But just like NWO people say to non-believing people, regarding the NWO and such matters: Investigate it for yourself, please, before you ridicule or dismiss it.