The “Irrefutable Proof Alex Jones is Bill Hicks” video is the work of a couple of spaced-out wackos who claim they are channelling spirit-messages – and they assert the bogus claim (which apparently originated with “Russianvids“) – that there was a real Alex Jones at one time, but he inexplicably got replaced by ‘agent’ Bill Hicks in 1997.
This clever disinformation tactic is designed to bolster the legitimacy of the Alex Jones by removing from discussion the most damning evidence against him: his non-existent and faked childhood.
If Bill Hicks in 1997 replaced an alleged real Alex Jones who was born in 1974 – then inquiry into the life of Jones before 1997 is irrelevant. That is a very convenient diversion. However, there is no such Alex Jones born in 1974 – and when Infowars’ attempted to manufacture such a child, and they failed miserably.
If they can get people to simply ignore the childhood issue – by claiming a “real” Alex Jones existed before he was replaced – they have eliminated the thorny issue of dealing with Jones’ fictitious childhood.
The graphic artist probably used to create a series of faked childhood photoshops depicting the fictitious childhood of “Alex Jones” was Michael McWhirter since they all seem to originate from his Flckr account (Areocitizen).
But McWhirter/Infowars made some serious mistakes faking up the childhood of “Alex Jones” – such as misspelling “Emerick” on the birth registry, putting out kid photos with both blue eyes and hazel eyes, inserting too many inside jokes, making fake school yearbook photos, and botching up other photoshops.
The goofy ‘Jones replacement theory’ pushed by the fake truthers is meant to hide the non-existent childhood of Jones and to cover-up all the embarrassing photoshop errors.
The fact that Infowars, Texas Monthly, the Onion, and Mark Dice have themselves all linked to the “Irrefutable Proof” video is proof enough that it was created as disinformation. It is a tainted effort at exposing the Bill Hicks/Alex Jones fraud by a couple of obviously deranged wackos. Undoubtedly the bad guys hope that it is crazy enough to discredit the truth in the eyes of many people, buying Hicks/Jones more time to continue his charade.
An article by “Dan Solomon” of Texas Monthly reports on the speculation that Alex Jones is Bill Hicks without delving into any of the facts.
News media publications probably have many authors like “Dan Solomon” who are actually ghost writers, the name being a company “brand” that is owned by the newspaper/magazine to which are ascribed articles written by stay at home “journalists” writing on pay-per-piece basis. Or it could be that the “Dan Solomon” brand is a ghost-writing name farmed out to others through a separate media company entirely – produced in-house and then bid out to various journals. The exact inner workings of these arrangements would be impossible to determine because these things are closely guarded trade secrets.
Nevertheless, whoever the “Dan” person was who authored the article, he/she did a miserable job. Here are some of the things he did not consider or do before writing his article on Alex Jones being Bill Hicks:
1. He didn’t provide a list of the evidence at issue.
2. He didn’t take the photos of their matching teeth to a dentist to obtain a professional opinion on how identical they are.
3. He didn’t take the matching facial dimensions and matching profile shape to a forensic detective for an expert opinion on the likelihood of match.
4. He didn’t consult a plastic surgeon and the feasibility of altering Hicks’ face into Alex’ face.
5. He didn’t report on any inquiries he made into the Texas or FBI witness protection program – even if the reply would have been “no comment.”
6. He didn’t report on the extent of Kevin Booth’s association with Hicks/Jones or call him to get an explanation for why he listed both men as his “producer” for a 2013 film.
7. He didn’t obtain an actual birth certificate for Jones (not just a computer print-out), nor a death certificate for Bill Hicks (which are sealed in Arkansas for 50 years).
8. He didn’t interview anybody present when Hicks died, nor any of Jones childhood friends.
9. He didn’t try to obtain school records for Alex Jones.
10. He didn’t report on the photoshop anomalies put out by Alex Jones of himself as a child with different colour eyes or the fake yearbook photo.
11. He didn’t report on Jones’ constantly changing hair colour, his shaved eyebrows, his changing eye-colours.
12. He didn’t locate any of those suspicious of Alex Jones’ identity and ask them to explain their theories.
13. He didn’t report on Jones’ own admission of having family in the CIA, nor Hicks’ connection to Dr Frank Gannon, the confidant of Richard Nixon.
14. He didn’t analyse the numerous occasions Alex Jones confessed being Bill Hicks – and evaluate their sincerity.
15. He didn’t contact Alex Jones with the accusation and quote what sort of response was given.
16. He didn’t ask Kevin Booth to explain overlapping ownership interests of Bill Hicks/Alex Jones in Sacred Cow Productions, or why he made the strange choice of adopting Jones as Hicks replacement.
17. He didn’t investigate Hicks’ liberal fan-club’s on-going claims that he still “lives” – nor why they would celebrate a “right-winger” like Alex Jones.
18. He didn’t try to obtain copies of the video where Jerome Corsi called Alex Jones “Bill” nor contact Corsi for an explanation.
19. He didn’t anonymously ask around in Hicks’ comic subculture to see what sort of responses he would get.
20. He didn’t comment on the apparent age of Alex Jones who looks 12 or 13 years older than his stated age.
21. He didn’t question whether Jones’ absurd stage persona and gruff voice and stiff mannerism are all an act.
21. He didn’t delve into the TimeWarner connection to Austin Cable Access – investigating the connections Hicks/Jones has to major media.
22. He didn’t question that plausibility of the success obtained by a community college drop out who was nothing but a local cable access gadfly. Who helped him? Who financed him? Who trained him? Who supplied him with connections? Who built his organization?
23. He didn’t report on the oddity of a young man like Hicks dying of an old man’s disease like pancreatic cancer – nor did he ask a cancer expert to comment on the plausibility of Hicks doing stand-up comedy in November 1993 with a full head of hair despite 6 months of chemotherapy.
24. He didn’t inquire into Hicks’ medical care – why doctor “William Donovan” let Hicks die at home instead of getting treatment in a hospital.
25. Didn’t contact reporters who left infowars, people who have been harassed by a paranoid Alex Jones about ‘disclosing secrets’ – and who have spoken of being afraid for their lives because of him.
The so-called journalist “Dan Solomon” did none of the basic investigative work necessary when it came time to write the article about Alex Jones being Bill Hicks. The article he wrote instead was written by a hack who is only good at shovelling out entertaining little diddies of news-media propaganda – it is not the work of a real journalist.
“Dan” was so eager to repeat the masonic “33” in his article that he wrongly reported it as being Hick’s age at death – an error the UK Parliament repeated in their commemorations. The video ‘irrefutable proof’ is also 33 minutes long – showing that everybody in this stunt is doing the Masonic wink-wink to each other about what is really going on. (It’s considered of huge significance to Freemasons that Hiram king of Tyre helped king Solomon build the Temple by providing him with a mischling from the tribe of Dan to be the chief artificer.)
It is rather unsurprising that the name “Dan Solomon” is also farmed out to the Onion on occasion – showing that the Texas Monthly report was part of a coordinated cover-up, a drive-by scorn-throw lamely attempting to bury the inconvenient truth about Alex Jones being Bill Hicks – a fact that is becoming increasingly difficult to hide.
[Thousands have been awoken by this research. Consider carefully and then share it with others so that the truth prevails.]
Alex Jones’ beginning? Alex Jones’ career did not spontaneously begin on his own initiative with an Austin talk radio and local cable access program, as he has alleged.
Sacred Cow Productions
Bill Hicks’ career was stalled in stand-up and he began trying to take new career directions – including ‘ conspiracy ‘ theories. At the time of Hicks alleged death he was ranting about the Waco massacre conspiracy. Read the rest of this entry »
It’s not clear whether these ex-employees quit, or were terminated, or if their departures were staged. Nevertheless, they all indicate that Infowars is a very secretive organization and they discuss their fears that Alex Jones is targeting them for intimidation.
David Ortiz says, “It’s a very secretive operation.” Goes public affirming his commitment to stay quite hoping to stop harassment – but makes veiled threat to say more if he is forced to do so.
Looks like there is competition for companies trying to get into the lucrative crisis actor business to hoax the American people. These companies appear to have a trade association called, believe it or not, the “National Center for Simulation.” They describe their mission as:
The mission of NCS is to serve as the nation’s focal point and as a catalyst for the development, understanding, and advancement of simulation and related technologies; to improve defense readiness and facilitate space exploration; to support education and training initiatives; and to extend useful applications of simulation.
Membership in this fakery club includes some of the largest companies in the United States:
Adacel Systems, Inc.
Advanced IT Concepts
Advanced Systems Technology, Inc.
AEgis Technologies Group, Inc.
Air Force Association
Allen, Dyer, Doppelt, Milbrath & Gilchrist, P.A.
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
American Systems Corp
Applied Research Associates, Inc. (ARA)
Army Aviation Association of America
Associated Industries of Florida (AIF)
Association of the United States Army
Bank of America
Bohemia Interactive Simulations
Burr & Forman LLP
Central Florida Marine Corps Foundation
Chatter Buzz Media
Combined Professional Associations Group
Consulate General of Canada
Creative Technologies Inc.
Cubic Defense Applications
Cybernet Systems Corporation
Daytona State College
Discovery Machine, Inc.
Dynamic Animation Systems (DAS)
Eagle 6 Technical Services
Edwards Financial Services
Engineering Support Personnel, Inc.
Fairwinds Credit Union
Florida Emergency Medicine Foundation
Florida High Tech Corridor Council
Florida League of Defense Contractors (FLDC)
General Dynamics IT
Good 2 Go Event Management, Inc.
Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Halldale Media Inc
Holland & Knight
Industrial Smoke and Mirrors
International Council on Systems Engineering
Keith Nelson — Practitioner
L-3 Communications Link Simulation & Training
Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed, P.A.
Marchena & Graham, P.A.
Matthews Systems Engineering, Inc.
McDirmit Davis & Co., LLC
Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission
Micro Depot Inc
Morrison Commercial Real Estate
Motion Analysis Corporation
National Center for Simulation
National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA)
Navy League of the United States Central Florida Council
Organizational Communications, Inc.
Productivity Apex, Inc.
QinetiQ North America
Rapid Prototyping Services
RealTime Immersive, Inc.
Rockwell Collins Simulation & Training Solutions
Salient Federal Solutions
Simbionix USA Corp.
Six Degrees of Simulation, Inc.
State College of Florida
Strategic Operations, Inc.
Systems Technology Inc. (STI)
Time Warner Telecom
University of Central Florida – Institute for Simulation & Training
Wegmann USA, Inc. Training & Simulation
Whittaker Cooper Financial Group
Women In Defense
Zel Technologies, LLC
Here is a web page from one of their members, Strategic Operations:
They openly admit that they sell Hollywood developed fakery to governments and military.
Here’s the web page of a small company, IIF Data, that apparently isn’t yet big enough to enjoy membership in the “National Simulation Center” with the big boys, but that doesn’t stop them from trying to get a piece of the action selling their “Role Player Support Services” to governments:
Here’s an interesting craigslist ad:
Terrorist Mock Exercise, Volunteers needed – Tallahassee
Apr 1, 2014 – Operation Deep Freeze is a full scale exercise, Volunteers needed for hospital triage. 18+ age volunteers will need to not wear nice clothing due to moulage (makeup) will be applied to simulate injuries. Lunch, certificate of .. tallahassee.en.craigslist.org/eve/4402211384.html
Here’s how the event was carried out is explained in this news article here.
“The lead planner, Chris Rietow, says, “The exercise actually started last week when we released some intelligence to the North Florida Fusion Exchange that would potentially lead to a terrorism-related incident.”
So they gave fake info to their local ‘fusion centre‘ in advance of their faked ‘incident’ claiming that terrorism was about to happen. The so-called fusion centers are KGB like domestic spying nodes within the United States used to monitor American citizens.
Here’s an article on a training for a mock nuke going off in a major city, “the premise for the training scenario is that a 10-kiloton nuclear bomb was detonated in Cincinnati.”
(Cf. Operation Blackjack)
These drills provide the training for conducting successful false flag events against the domestic population of the United States. Once the people running a drill feel they have perfected it, they can schedule another one that will ‘go live’ and be presented to the public as a real emergency. That will terrify people and we will all be more compliant to whatever policy objective the corrupt government is currently pushing.
All sorts of these false-flag drills go on all the time: