November 4, 2010
Alex Jones returns to his audio blog format to reflect on the true nature of good and evil as he struggles against the New World Order system. Alex covers a host of topics as he contemplates feelings of melancholy and grapples with the responsibility to overcome personal shortcomings, attacks against him and allowing God to lead, guide and direct him. Yet, as he points out, even when we are individually focused on good, it can be easy to be led astray.
Listen to the audio or watch the videos below: [audio:http://static.infowars.com/2010/11/i/article-images/20101031_ALEX_AUDIOBLOG.mp3]
The recording was made on October 31, celebrated by children and adults everywhere as Halloween. But with everyone dressed up as ghouls and goblins, it is easy to overlook the real evil. No one looks to a banker in a high-priced suit, or even within the food we eat for the face of real “devils”. Rituals and pageantry have eroded our capacity for true discernment, while those serving the system are baptized in Death. Many TSA agents, for example, have learned to revel in their petty powers. Travelers are conditioned not only to accept radiation via body scanners, but now to undergo extensive pat-downs and tolerate the potential squeezing of their genitals. In the mainstream of society, we have enjoyed otherwise wholesome games like baseball and the World Series, but our focus has shifted away from our falling Republic or the looming financial crisis. In many instances, our forms of patriotism and philanthropy have been false or surface efforts, placating our need to chip in, but ignoring true causes. The greatest charity, Alex suggests, is unlocking minds.
Our capacity to recognize what’s important has been destroyed, even through our most indulgent and immoral activities. We have payed for our own enslavement. The true effect of porn and topless bars, for instance, has been not only a cheapening, but a diminishing of our souls. As the New World Order system destroys our wealth and production as a nation, we bombard and weaken our own physiochemical brains with substitutes for our real desires. And lose part of our humanity. Who are we as humans? What is our soul? Are we being shifted into the age of biological androids? In this meditative stream of consciousness, Alex covers the gamut as he tries to reconcile the overwhelming evil in this world with the simple good, the struggle for truth and the proof of God in nature.