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Alex Jones Exposes “See Something, Say Something” as Patent Fraud
Posted By kurtnimmo On February 9, 2011 @ 5:27 pm In Red Title Front Page,Tile | Comments Disabled
February 9, 2011
After previously attempting to call the Department of Homeland Security’s “See Something, Say Something” hotline to report criminal behavior by the government, Alex Jones on Wednesday called the White House, the Department of Homeland Security, and local law enforcement.
Alex Jones calls the White House, DHS, and local Austin law enforcement.
As we have noted, the lavishly promoted campaign rolled out at Wal-mart and other high visibility venues around the country is not intended to actually apprehend and punish criminals and would-be terrorists. It is instead a calculated propaganda device designed to foster and expand the phony and profitable war on manufactured terror and decidedly acclimate citizens to an ever encroaching police state.
In addition to the Wal-mart gimmick unleashed with sickening fanfare, the government released three soap opera-like PSA videos portraying ordinary everyday activities as ominous signs of possible terrorism. The videos produced with tax payer money indoctrinate the public and demand they assume the role of domestic spies reporting on their friends, neighbors, coworkers and strangers alike.
Alex contacted the White House to report that calls placed to publicly published “See Something, Say Something” telephone numbers are going to voicemail. He also wanted to talk to somebody about White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer’s attack on a Prison Planet.com report about the controversy surrounding the Obama administration’s agenda to bankrupt the coal industry and its connection to blackouts across the country last week.
After a recording informed him that he would need to wait in order to leave a message for the president – as if the president actually listens to such messages — he hung up and redialed, this time with the intention of talking to Dan Pfeiffer.
After the operator at the White House placed him on hold for a period of time, Jones called the Department of Homeland Security in a follow-up to a call he made in December of last year to report illegal activities at the Pentagon. He also wanted to inform the agency calls reporting suspicious activity are going to voicemail without response.
A man at DHS told Alex he would need to contact local law enforcement in order to make a report about terrorist activity.
In response, Jones asked to talk with the Department of Homeland Security’s press officer. A woman at the DHS Public Affairs office told him he would need contact the FBI.
She had no idea how to respond when Jones pointed out that purported al-Qaeda terror mastermind Anwar Al-Awlaki – the man who supposedly helped plot the aborted Christmas Day bombing, the Fort Hood shooting, the Times Square bombing attempt, and who also preached to the alleged September 11 hijackers – dined at the Pentagon just months after 9/11. Flummoxed, the DHS employee suggested Alex contact Pentagon security.
Finally, Alex called local law enforcement and the threat fusion center in Austin, Texas. After describing to an incredulous police employee that terrorism is run out of the Pentagon, she responded by asking how that pertains to local law enforcement. Finally, an attempt to route his call to the intelligence unit resulted in voicemail.
Alex Jones’ effort to report terrorism – following instructions doled out by government bureaucrats – is an effort in futility. Obviously, the ludicrous “See Something, Say Something” program is nothing if not a brazen propaganda effort by the government to convince the public that a sincere and ominous terror threat exists when in fact the pathetic terrorists held up by the government are mostly clueless and mentally deficient patsies and ineffectual miscreants tricked and duped by FBI informants and agents provocateurs.
Indeed, there is no mechanism available to report terrorism because it does not exist. “See Something, Say Something” is an empty public relations shell designed to prop up and support government created and supported terrorism.
It is not intended to protect us, as the government claims, and that is what Alex’s effort today so clearly and plainly revealed.
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