The internet is full of disinformation and conspiracy theories. The conspiracy theory junkies can get tired of simple, over-analyzed plots like 9/11 and JFK so they will occasionally turn to inventing conspiracy theories about conspiracy theorists to feed their addiction. This type of mindless conjecture is the purest form of conspiracy crack for the conspiracy junkie. In this pure form, people who expose conspirators’ plots are cast as the proverbial double-agent. A conspiracy within a conspiracy. Interconnected webs of conspiracies with infinite loops and pathways. Heaven for the conspiracy theory junkie.
This all may sound a bit far-fetched and bizarre but it is precisely this type of story which has been circulating on the internet over the past few days. All of it spewing from http://truthernews.wordpress.com/truther-report/, a site that only appeared to post five stories which are actually just the re-posted theories of David Chase Taylor who, after obsessively researching every conspiracy theory known to man, found himself needing more material to keep his followers (and his brain) engaged. It was then that he began to paint his masterpiece. He took baking soda, conspiracy theories and boiled them down until he created conspiracy theory crack.
Taylor’s theory within a theory centers around Alex Jones, a radio host who is based out of Austin, Texas. Alex Jones is a fellow conspiracy theorist who maintains the Infowars.com and PrisonPlanet.com websites. Alex Jones has also been tirelessly researching conspiracy theories for years. He has used his radio show as a platform to discuss a number of controversial topics like 9/11 Truth, the rising police state, eugenics, vaccines, fluoride, aspartame, etc. Jones and Taylor discuss the same topics and theories. Taylor links to several films produced by Alex Jones on his website. In fact, Taylor’s latest theory aside, one might think Taylor was Jones’ protege. His top lieutenant awaiting a promotion within the ranks.
Despite the similarities, Taylor, who is a German citizen born in Norway and currently residing in Switzerland, finds one major fault with the prolific radio host: Jones doesn’t believe that every conspiracy was hatched by the Jews. In fact, David Taylor’s site states, “The job of Alex Jones is to convince the American public that Zionist Jews do not run the United States and the world.” This disagreement has led David Taylor to propagate all sorts of bogus claims about Jones. From claiming that Jones single-handedly created the Y2K panic to declaring that Jones trademark tactic of bull-horning events is an advanced COINTELPRO operation, David relentlessly hammers away at Jones’ image. He would drop his assaults if Alex would simply declare that the Jews are to blame for everything. Taylor has recently claimed that Alex Jones cancelled his speaking tour after being ousted as a STRATFOR agent. This isn’t true at all. Alex Jones only ever had two dates planned: one in Dallas and one in Florida. He attended both events and said he may plan more in the future as a result of how well it went. But a pesky little fact like this doesn’t matter. By Taylor’s estimation, Jones, who has characterized 9/11 as a Mossad plot, is an Israeli operative working for STRATFOR. Taylor’s most damming piece of evidence? The fact that STRATFOR and Alex Jones are both based in Austin, Texas. He could have been a detective.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange recently released a stockpile of emails from the Texas based think-tank STRATFOR in the latest action bringing private information public. The emails were thought to have been obtained from the group Anonymous, a collection of hackers that have gained recognition over the years for hacking large corporations and government networks. Alex Jones is mentioned in one of the secret emails from STRATFOR where he is described as a “lunatic”. The email reveals they wished he would have dropped the Osama bin Laden staged death story and “stopped complaining”. Far from being an operative, their private internal emails show he is considered a thorn in their side.
David Chase Taylor fashions himself as an Andrew Breitbart of the “truther” movement, a media mogul. He envisions himself amongst the likes of Jesus and Ghandi. He obviously perceives Alex Jones as his biggest competitor and threat to his own grandiose vision. By painting Alex as a traitor and himself as infallible crusader, he hopes to eliminate this threat . A brief tour of his site reveals several self-portraits all looking like they belong on amihot.com. Take a look at some of these:
Much more to come. Comment below and watch the youtube video where Alex Jones addresses STRATFOR and the wikileaks emails.