Alex Jones is Harming the Alt-Right with His Child Sex Slave Colony on Mars Theory

The alt-right widely believes that Alex Jones is controlled opposition. That means he’s a master of the “limited hangout.” He gets part of the truth out, but not all of it. He also diverts attention away from some significant issues using showman tricks.

We have strong evidence that the federal government and the press do not tell the truth all the time. Thus, it’s reasonable to take evidence and form it into a theory about what is true.

The problem that arises is when a wild man like Jones takes a conspiracy theory and pushes it to the point of absurdity.

Yesterday, Alex was being wildly ridiculed for seemingly endorsing a guest’s theory that there are child sex slave colonies on Mars.

If a prominent figure said that pedophile rings operate in Washington, D.C., lots of people would nod their head up and down in agreement. That’s plausible. We’ve seen prominent Washington figures convicted of child sex crimes.

If in the next breath, that figure said that pedophile rings were operating on Mars, then a person might begin to have doubts about the first claim.

Infowars and Alex Jones support Trump and some conservative/libertarian causes. Normally that would be a good thing. But if the public perceives conservative figures, including Trump as loons because of Jones, then it becomes a bad thing.

Does Jones deliberately cultivate nutty conspiracy theories to discredit Trump and discredit the evidence for plausible alternate interpretations of what is going down in the world today?

Even in this age of free-flying conspiracy theories, this one’s a doozy.

On Thursday (June 29), a guest on Alex Jones’ radio show named Robert David Steele claimed that Mars is inhabited — by people sent to the Red Planet against their will.

“We actually believe that there is a colony on Mars that is populated by children who were kidnapped and sent into space on a 20-year ride, so that once they get to Mars, they have no alternative but to be slaves on the Mars colony,” Steele told Jones, the founder of the controversial InfoWars website.

t’s unclear why this “ride” would last two decades; it takes just 6 to 9 months to reach Mars using current propulsion technology. Perhaps Steele believes that the kidnapped children return to Earth, as adults, 20 years after being spirited away?

Whatever the details may be, Jones seemed open to the possibility.

“Look, I know that 90 percent of the NASA missions are secret, and I’ve been told by high-level NASA engineers that you have no idea,” Jones told Steele, who the show billed as a “CIA insider.” “There is so much stuff going on.”

Jones went on to add that “clearly, they don’t want us looking into what is happening; every time probes go over, they turn them off.”

The Daily Beast did some due diligence on Steele’s assertion, contacting NASA for a comment.

“There are no humans on Mars. There are active rovers on Mars. There was a rumor going around last week that there weren’t. There are,” Guy Webster, a spokesman at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, who specializes in the agency’s Mars-exploration activities, told The Daily Beast. “But there are no humans.”

Alex Jones has supported and promulgated conspiracy theories in the past. He has claimed, for example, that the December 2012 massacre in Newtown, Connecticut — in which 20-year-old Adam Lanza shot and killed 27 people, including 20 first-graders — was a hoax.

Mars has proven to be fertile ground for conspiracy theorists over the years as well. There’s the famous “face on Mars,” of course. And more recently, UFO enthusiasts have claimed that NASA’s Curiosity rover has captured images of a variety of Red Planet animals that resemble rats, lizards, squirrels and crabs.

Jones avoids the Jewish Question, which is a prominent piece of glue holding the alt-right together. Avoiding the question doesn’t harm us as far as I can see. I don’t mind that very much since I can find information about the JQ elsewhere. But venturing to articulate theories that most people will mock does hurt us since Jones sort of claims to be one of us.

Except for fun now and then, let’s keep it focused on real issues here on earth.

7 thoughts on “Alex Jones is Harming the Alt-Right with His Child Sex Slave Colony on Mars Theory

  1. The Protocols of zion state that they will own and control three major news sources. one that is completely for ((( their))) agenda. one in the middle to get people closer to their agenda and then finally a third exactly opposite of their thinking, so they will know the opposition, and the details before they happen if any plans are made to combat them. I have long thought info wars was one of the third type of news outlets. where did Alex Jones even come from? seems to have just popped up out of nowhere and became credible by the altright.

    • Building his empire took a lot of money. It’s very suspicious. His home of Austin, Texas is the home of the University of Texas. That school is CIA infiltrated. I suspect some CIA money may have made its way to create Infowars.

  2. Definitely controlled opposition.
    He had to come out with something wacky to discredit him and his listeners as he has let a bit too much truth out lately and was beginning to be seen in a somewhat positive light.
    He’s a jew puppet.

  3. Yes I think all theories like this are designed to take the viewers eyes away from the short ugly hook nosed man behind the green curtain, pulling levers and turning wheels.

    The whole UFO thing, or pedo colonies on Mars, is a diversion in my opinion. Whether aliens have ever been to earth does not matter – sorry I am going out beyond Mars here.

    What does matter is that the best are not having children and the worst are pumping out babies like cockroaches. Especially Africa and also many Muslim nations. The death rates of these cockroaches are way too low. How could aliens reside on earth and allow niggers to destroy the world? So I think no aliens are here and probably never have been. Some joker pointed this out – if interstellar travel was possible then there would be some archaeological or biological signs for it. This is known as the Fermi Paradox and a darn good idea it is too. Often a lack of evidence is evidence as Sherlock Holmes knew. “The dog which did not bark in the night”

    “So there are 100 Earth-like planets for every grain of sand in the world. Think about that next time you’re on the beach.”

    “It also means that we might be the super naive newbies who are being unbelievably stupid and risky by ever broadcasting outward signals. There’s a debate going on currently about whether we should engage in METI (Messaging to Extraterrestrial Intelligence—the reverse of SETI) or not, and most people say we should not.”

    This link is not Wikipedia and I know nothing about the site. Just nice not to use Turdpedia once in a while.

  4. Jones is totally compromised controlled opposition..he has at least 30 JU sponsors…he tells some truth but then goes into full foil retard mode to please his owners…He says the Chinese own and run Hollywood!!! It’s the Muslims fault that Europe is being flooded with Muslims to genocide the white race!!! Never ever blame the real culprit the JU ..”he’s a good lap dog …barking for his shekels!”

  5. Two NASA rovers, Spirit and Opportunity, landed on Mars in 2004 to see if life could have existed there in the past. From the photos, it’s obvious life couldn’t exist there now. Many supply flights would be needed to support pedophiles and abducted children living on Mars. Who has that kind of money? Pedophiles would need NASA’s help.

    It was Jones’ guest that said pedophiles were on Mars, not Jones. He just said, “Who knows?” From the expression on his face, I don’t think he believed it either.

    I think he just likes to remain controversial, the reason he has guests like this from time to time.

    “Sometimes it’s better to get bad press than no press at all.” Art of the Deal – Donald Trump

    It got Paladin’s attention. Lol!

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