Alex jones predicts 9 11

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Alexander Emerick Jones (born February is an American radio host and filmmaker who is best known for his work in promotion of conspiracy theories.
Alex Jones is considered by many to be the grandfather of what has come to be known as the 9/11 Truth Movement.

Jones predicted the 9/11 attack in a July 2001 television taping when he warned that the Globalists were going to attack New York and blame it on their asset Osama bin Laden. View the clip here.

Since 9/11 Jones has broken many of the stories which later became the foundation of the evidence that the government was involved.

After helping BBC journalist Greg Palast break major stories Palast publicly thanked Alex for being the only radio host to pay attention to W199I, a leaked document concerning FBI protection of groups linked to Al-Qaeda.

"This guy is a national treasure, a light breaking through the electronic Berlin Wall of the US media establishment."

Keep in mind when reading this, that the man being interviewed is no two-bit internet conspiracy buff.
Stanley Hilton was a senior advisor to Sen Bob Dole (R) and has personally known Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz for decades. This courageous man has risked his professional reputation, and possibly his life, to get this information out to people.
The following is from his latest visit to Alex Jones' radio show.
Forwarded with Compliments of Free Voice of America (FVOA): Accurate News and Interesting Commentary for Amerika's Huddled Masses Yearning to Breathe Free.
Note: All honor to Stanley Hilton for risking his life so that we may know the truth of 9/11.
"This (9/11) was all planned. This was a government-ordered operation. Bush personally signed the order. He personally authorized the attacks. He is guilty of treason and mass murder." --Stanley Hilton

This guy is a national treasure, a light breaking through the electronic Berlin Wall of the US media establishment." - BBC Reporter Greg Palast

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