How did you come about listening to Alex?

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Offline Glaman

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How did you come about listening to Alex?
« on: August 23, 2007, 01:57:00 PM »
I am just wondering how other people around this forum that listen to Alex came to listening to him?  I think I have a pretty unique way of finding him, and would like to hear how others found his show.

I found out about Alex one day when searching for Bill Hicks (RIP) information  [I am a HUGE Hicks fan.], and saw an Alex interview on http://www.sacredcow.com with Joe Rogan.  I found what he was telling Rogan pretty interesting so I started checking out his sites and stuff and got hooked that way.


Offline wadswerth

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Re: How did you come about listening to Alex?
« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2007, 02:09:16 PM »
From a public access tv show in the seattle area called Mike Hunt.  Thats where i first saw part of loose change and part of an alex jones movie.  He was playing a porno movie on part of the screen and in the lower part had loose change there.  From there i started watching his movies on google video and then visiting the websites and occasionally listing to the podcasts of his show.
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Re: How did you come about listening to Alex?
« Reply #2 on: August 23, 2007, 02:15:18 PM »
I usually listen to Coast 2 Coast AM on Conspiracy Central and I saw Alex Jones in the radio section so I listened to one show about 6/7 months ago and been listening every weekday ever since.

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Re: How did you come about listening to Alex?
« Reply #3 on: August 23, 2007, 02:52:09 PM »
Ended up here via Tom Cryer's site, Truthattack.org in my search about the illegal income tax claims.
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Re: How did you come about listening to Alex?
« Reply #4 on: September 30, 2007, 11:25:17 PM »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Orj55fo1u9I&search=jones%20rogan
I found this clip, from Joe Rogan w/ Alex, kinda weird. I just found this post mentioned Rogan.

I first heard Alex on Coast To Coast in 2003 or 2004. C2C is a show which one should take with a grain of salt, that I first heard back in 1994. I also saw an interesting story on cable access re: the OKC bombing, which was my introduction primer on Government sponsored terror, back in 1996.
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Re: How did you come about listening to Alex?
« Reply #5 on: September 30, 2007, 11:35:07 PM »
I was on Google Video looking at videos about monetary policy and the Federal Reserve when a link to Terrorstorm came up. The only good thing Google has ever done for me.

Offline Stan

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Re: How did you come about listening to Alex?
« Reply #6 on: October 01, 2007, 09:17:09 PM »
I was talking to someone about Bohemian Grove on MSN a couple of years ago, so they started talking about Alex Jones and sent me a link to Infowars. I completely forgot about about it for a year or something, probably until I watched Martial Law in early 2006 (I remember because I started a thread about it elsewhere). The conversion was already underway at that point and I hadn't even seen Loose Change yet *gasp*. Then a few months ago I realised you could actually subscribe to the Alex Jones Show via iTunes.

The lesson here- Sometimes I don't know a good thing when it's standing right in front of me.  :P

Offline HardTruth

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Re: How did you come about listening to Alex?
« Reply #7 on: October 01, 2007, 09:37:40 PM »
I knew of Alex Jones about five years ago when my website HardTruth/Wake Up America was still online. I had many links to his site from mine. I was impressed with Alex in the fact that he was a doer, as well as a talker. Having twenty years in an underground education you learn who's to be trusted. I trust Alex. His agenda is pure of heart. He puts the other so called patriots to shame.

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Re: How did you come about listening to Alex?
« Reply #8 on: October 02, 2007, 10:04:22 AM »
Through online discussion forums. I believe it was Citizens of the United States of America forum at Yahoo! Groups. Had to upgrade my service to access streaming video/audio without mega-buffering. Since finding Alex about a year ago, I have made a habit of catching more shows on GCN. I catch The Power Hour regularly and Derry Brownfield (The two shows that precede Alex M-F) and Mike Rivero's "What Really Happened Radio" on Saturdays as well as brother Jack McLamb when possible. It's great to be able to listen to Alex any time of day. I seldom miss a show that way.
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Offline jbrid1138

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Re: How did you come about listening to Alex?
« Reply #9 on: October 02, 2007, 10:29:06 AM »
My discovery wasn't anything noteworthy -- I was doing Google research on 9/11 truths and almost instantly the name ALEX JONES popped up on my computer monitor.  I was taken to a free video and 'o my God!' his guy was interesting, the things he was saying about 9/11 being an inside job -- the man was saying things I had never heard before (but had thought about at the back of my mind) // I had to watch and listen and learn more.  Thanks, AJ you've been a true inspiration and a true teacher of TRUTHS.  I know it's all up to me now (and others out here in forumland) to be good sponges, be good students, be good citizens --   
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Offline Al Bundy

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Re: How did you come about listening to Alex?
« Reply #10 on: November 29, 2016, 08:03:38 PM »

Because AJ says what he thinks, or guilty of the global crisis are appointed by name and lastname.. As in Serbia, Seselj globalist. Bravery. What we all know, AJ says on the radio on the air.

The first time I heard one American said in public that is Soros criminal (again similarity with Seselj).

AJ is one of the few Americans who has heard the other side of the story about the Serbs.
He is not ashamed to publicly state that the Christian ( pity that is not Orthodox   ;) ) and which called attention to the destruction of churches and monasteries in Syria ( regardless of their confession ), unlike MSM.

AJ is a great American patriot and proud of the US Army, but against the "humanitarian bombing" and "color revolutions" and AJ is not difficult to admit that the US government has committed armed aggression against several countries.

He has not finished a prestigious college, but was educated as he graduated from Harvard. Why? Because he has "hungry" for  knowledge.
He permanently labeled that the Russian agent, spy the CIA, MOSAD agent ....

AJ warned for years that the globalists and love their puppet Obama provoke Russia, which led to the brink of Nuclear holocaust.
He debunked Al Qaeda, ISIS .... asked to arrest A. Jolie and accused as a war criminal.

AJ first reports of police brutality, unlike the liberals who see police brutality only hurt when a black man or Latinos.

He believes that democracy can overthrow Global financial oligarchy.

I thought it was Slobo Milosevic invented the New World Order but Alex Jones I was convinced that NWO very real and dangerous for mankind.

Offline Peerless

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Re: How did you come about listening to Alex?
« Reply #11 on: November 29, 2016, 08:14:13 PM »
I came across him via Austin's access cable channels ages ago...moved here in '90 so sometime shortly after that I think...I was intrigued and didn't really have any issues with his stuff until I got awakened by his repeating some other idiots concept that the plane that hit the Pentagon on 9/11 was pulling 6 G's or somesuch...pfffttt...ran the numbers myself and had to push them to get to 3 G's (which is more than I'd expect from some *edited* who could barely fly a Cessena let alone pull of a 270 degree banking turn at low level (A.K.A. a military maneuver)).  Good lesson though..while Alex seems to fight to good fight, he can certainly be guilty of spouting off without having taken the time to do some simple research!

As far as Sacred Cow...sure...Kevin certainly was proud of what work he did for Alex back in the day...I heard a lot about that stuff from him whilst he was shooting a music video for me circa '95

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Re: How did you come about listening to Alex?
« Reply #12 on: November 30, 2016, 08:32:47 AM »
Learned of Alex years ago when I seen him on Jesse Ventura's show on fox ... been watching everyday since ...