Disinformation agents of the New World Order – David Icke, Alex Jones, Zeitgeist, etc.

This video clip sums up what I’ve been trying to share with all my friends in the past year or so: Any person who claims to be a “truth-teller” but who receives little or no opposition to his message may in fact be a disinformation agent of the New World Order, the very group they claim to be exposing!

Yea, and all that will live godly in Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution. –2 Timothy 3:12

The rule of thumb I go by to know who is telling the truth or not is how much opposition they have received because of their message. Any highly funded, high profile radio talk host or speaker who has been in operation for years without a significant concerted campaign against them that seeks to smear and discredit them is, in my mind, suspect of being a disinformation agent, also known as a “gatekeeper.” Can I say this any clearer? If so, somebody please give me a suggested alternative in the comments section of this post.

Do you know of any high profile Christian evangelists of whom the mass media has actually praised? I know of one. The rule above applies to them as well. If they have never been persecuted, something is wrong with them. They are tools of the NWO to lead people away from the Truth.

The NWO plan is to discredit all religions, and especially the teachings of Jesus Christ! The only way to know truth and have a balanced and correct perspective of the world and reality is to know exactly what the Bible has to say, not just what some preacher says that it says.

More disinfo agents

Name Reason
Mark Dice He tries to discredit John Todd and William Cooper, two men who gave their lives for exposing the Illuminati
Jordan Maxwell Anti-Christ, anti-Bible

I intend to add to this list from time to time.



Disinformation agents of the New World Order – David Icke, Alex Jones, Zeitgeist, etc. — 7 Comments

  1. I am of likewise with Icke and Jones, why do neither mention the Jesuits and the Knights of Malta. If they were genuine and not NWO puppets, they’d be either dead or in jail. Bill Cooper was killed, as was David Kelly of the UK government.

    • I don’t think Alex is an agent. Alex has many followers and if they kill him, people would ask and start believing that he was right

      • I share opinion of the man who posted on http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread915857/pg1

        Yes, I know this has been presented on ATS before but now that Alex Jones has showed his crazy face on national television on the Piers Morgan show, we can all now assume this he is in fact a CIA disinformation agent. Just look at the guy. If he was in actuality trying to bring to light any sufficient amount of credibility of the information that he was trying to expose to his side or point of view, or lack thereof, he would have acted in a much calmer, assertive way rather than revealing what his true purpose was that of sabotaging the intelligence that many of us have obtained through diligent and intuitive research through means of seeing through all the BS. He may present many truths but if he was actually trying to turn this all around in one fell swoop he wouldn’t have started freaking out and going on his random tangents. He really does seem like a disinformation agent and he makes those who really do make a valiant effort of getting the truth out seem just as crazy as he is. Although, a lot of what he does say may be true it makes the rest of us look like total quacks.

  2. I am inclined to agree. While I’ve studied Icke’s ideas in depth and I listen to Jones regularly, I certainly don’t swallow everything they cast out there. Something in my gut just doesn’t sit right. Conversely, people like Kent Hovind are locked up in jail. I followed Kent for years before the “tax scandal” broke, and I honestly wasn’t surprised at all. Not because I think he is a genuine charlotan, but because I knew somebody saying what he was saying surely had a target painted on him. In this world of information and disinformation, it’s certainly taxing to sort it all out. In the end, I think guys like Chuck Missler, Stanley Montieth, and Kent Hovind were more genuine and consistent in their message.

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