READER: Listening to Alex Jones is bad for your health. It's like smoking. Give it up.
Alex Jones: "I support the Jewish state of Israel." Notice the natural voice compared to the fake gruff voice used by Alex Jones today. Video URL: https://youtu.be/RNseMDToKdk
Jones spends the first twelve minutes of the video promoting himself, boasting that he is the "progenitor" and "father" of 9-11 truth. He finishes his long self-promoting braggadocio saying that "the truth lives here."
When Steve Pieczenik finally gets to speak, he says: "The Neo-Cons, the Neo-Con Jews, Israel, Dubai, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, will all be implicated in 9-11."
Pieczenik goes on to say that dual-national civilians loyal to the state of Israel had taken over the Pentagon under George W. Bush.
He said that he knew immediately on 9-11 that it was a stand-down false-flag terror attack. He said that he got a call from "Israeli operatives" on the morning of 9-11. The Israelis told him that planes had struck the towers and that the towers were or would be collapsing.
Pieczenik said that he told the Israelis that that was impossible. The Israelis then told him that he must be "an Arabist".
He told Jones that at that point he knew who was involved in 9-11. "It was Israel," he told Jones.
Jones then takes a commercial break. When he comes back he spends the next eight minutes defending Israel rather than returning to his guest. In his eight-minute diatribe Jones first takes on some imaginary "white supremacists" who he says just want to "kill all the Jews." He then goes on about Herr Hitler and talks about how he has always defended the little guy against schoolyard bullies because, he says, it is in his genes.
He then says that the "white supremacists" are all controlled factions, telling his viewers and listeners, "I'm a faction that is not controlled." All of this is done to give the listener the idea that Alex Jones is unlike any other source, that he is giving his listeners the unvarnished truth. In this way Jones tries to cultivate a following of devoted listeners who are willing to believe whatever he says, simply because he says it.
Rather than let his highly-esteemed guest talk about who he thinks is behind 9-11, Jones goes on and on about trivial things that are not at all related to the subject. Finally, he lets Dr. Pieczenik say a bit more about 9-11.
"There are no Muslims involved in 9-11," Pieczenik says. "The Muslims were not even on the planes."