Alex Jones: Make a Million Dollars a Year Selling my Vitamins
- uploaded: Nov 26, 2012
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Alex Jones and I's falling out explained. In April of 2011 I was expecting a payment from Big Brother and it was almost two weeks late and when I called and asked for the check, he flipped out and told me to fuck off and said he'd pay me the following month instead because of a misunderstanding about the terms of my payments. I owed that money to the IRS within days because April 15th was right around the corner. I explained this and calmed him down, and got him to send the check but then he still turned his back on me and dumped all my other books which he carried for the last three years and never had me on again even though we agreed it was just a misunderstanding. I was very hurt at the things he said to me on the phone and how things went down. Imagine one of your role models telling you to fuck off and that they wish they never dealt with you, and all over a misunderstanding that should have been easily fixed.
That was April of 2011, and after six years of being a regular on the show every few months, all of a sudden I stopped getting asked to come on, and he stopped stocking my books after our misunderstanding, which we supposedly got through, but apparently he still decided he was done with me. That's the gist of it. Not wanting to bite the hand that feeds me, I kept this to myself hoping not to piss him off any more than he already was at me. Then over the next six months or so, I see his business model change from selling DVDs to Multi-Level Marketing vitamins and infomercial weight loss claims and so I started giving my analysis on this along with the lead, mercury and arsenic in the Kool Aid he was pushing. No longer putting him on a pedestal as I had for years I clearly started seeing him hype things up I knew weren't accurate and sensationalize half-truths and misunderstandings (i.e. getting a phone call from the NSA, when in reality it was a prank using a caller ID spoofer).
In my opinion he has to do everything he can to increase his web hits and increase ad revenue because he has so much overhead since the infowars studios grew so big with such a large facility. He's a conspiracy shock jock entertainer basically, that's why "everything" is a conspiracy and he doesn't debunk anything because that's not fun and exciting radio like talking about how a Swat Team is going to come to your house at any moment to confiscate your guns.
Then I just found out he blocks me from his YouTube channel so his videos don't show up on my homepage anymore. I only commented two times on any of his videos over the years, so I wasn't even debunking him in the comments section there or even really commenting at all. I believe they just wanted to take preemptive action to make sure I wouldn't do that when they heard I was making fun of his Kool-Aid, Beyond Tangy Tangerine and that I wasn't going to be intimidated into keeping my mouth shut anymore. So, I believe it all comes back to money again. I think he was pissed that my talking about the Kool-Aid would hurt sales and so they blocked me on YouTube. There's a little more to it than this, but this is pretty much the gist of what happened.
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